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Published: September 17, 2006
Oregon quarterback Dennis Dixon, not to be confused with the nation's elite passers, posted career highs with 26 completions and 341 yards and tossed two touchdowns against the Sooners. Dixon marched the Ducks down the field on consecutive drives in the final minutes to overcome a 33-20 deficit.

Offensive line
After getting bullied in the first half, OU's big men pushed back after intermission, clearing the way for Adrian Peterson to romp for 166 yards in the second half.

Malcolm Kelly
With each passing week, Kelly raises his status as a go-to receiver. He finished with three catches for 33 yards and a touchdown against the Ducks.

Game readiness
For the third consecutive game, the Sooners stumbled around in the first half. They've now trailed early in each game and managed no better than a halftime tie against their three foes, including two major underdogs.

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