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  True freshman quarterback Ty Thompson wasn't fazed at all when he got the nod for Oregon's second half against Story Brook. Thompson threw two touchdown passes and the No. 4 Ducks overcame a sluggish start to beat the Seawolves 48-7 on Saturday night in a game delayed because of lightning. Starter Anthony Brown threw for a touchdown and ran for another but left the game at halftime after he was sacked twice to close out the second quarter. It didn't appear to be serious. "I thought Ty was very cool, didn't flinch at all," Oregon coach Mario Cristobal said. "I've seen sometimes that quarterbacks, you tap them on the shoulder and say ‘It's your turn' and their eyes get about yay big. Wasn't the case with him at all, there was no flinch." The Ducks, coming off their big win last weekend at Ohio State, improved to 3-0 as they head into Pac-12 play next weekend. It was Oregon's 14th straight win at Autzen Stadium, as well as its 28th nonconference victory at home. But the Ducks looked lethargic to start a game that was supposed to be an easy blowout. - Oregon/AP College Football

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