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Corvallis, OR (SportsNetwork.com) - The 118th installment of the Civil War wasnt even close as Marcus Mariota led No. 3 Oregon to a 47-19 rout of Oregon State on Saturday. Mariota polished off the regular season and his potential Heisman Trophy campaign with six total touchdowns in helping the Ducks (11-1, 8-1 Pac-12) down their in-state rival for the seventh consecutive time. He threw for 367 yards and four touchdowns, while also rushing for 39 yards and two scores. Oregon now sets its sights on a meeting with Arizona in the Pac-12 championship on Friday night. The Wildcats handed the Ducks their lone loss of the season, a 31-24 setback in Eugene on Oct. 2. Oregon has won seven consecutive games since. Royce Freeman rushed for 135 yards and caught a touchdown pass, Charles Nelson hauled in two touchdowns from Mariota, and Byron Marshall led the team with 131 yards receiving in the win. Sean Mannion threw for 162 yards with a touchdown and Storm Woods rushed for 128 yards with a touchdown for Oregon State (5-7, 2-7), which has lost two straight and six of its last seven overall. The Ducks took the crowd at Reser Stadium right out of it from the onset courtesy of 30 straight points. Oregon marched right down the field for 71 yards on nine plays to begin the game. No play was longer than nine yards until the final snap, as Mariota hit a wide open Nelson for a 29-yard touchdown along the near sideline. The Ducks were then unsuccessful on their two-point conversion attempt. The Oregon defense stood tall on the Beavers ensuing possession. Oregon State got a favorable 40-yard kickoff return from Malcolm Marable, but its drive stalled when Damien Haskins was stuffed for a loss on 4th-and-1 from the Ducks 30. Mariota proceeded to lead a quick drive that resulted in a 30-yard field goal from Matt Wogan for a 9-0 lead. Following an Oregon State punt, Mariota capped a 10-play, 70-yard drive with a beautiful lead pass to Freeman on a short wheel route for a 12-yard touchdown. It took Oregon just 2:43 over its next two possessions to blow the game open. Mariota hooked up with Marshall for a 77-yard TD pass, then he busted off a 23-yard touchdown run on a read option off tackle for a 30-0 lead. The Beavers finally broke through on their final sequence of the half. Mannion completed a 5-yard pass to Ricky Ortiz on 4th-and-1 at the Oregon 20, but he was sacked on first down and the hosts had to settle for a 39-yard field goal from Garrett Owens. Wogan and the Ducks answered that field goal with one early in the third to restore the 30-point lead. Mannion and Hunter Jarmon countered with a 20-yard touchdown, but Oregons explosive offense was showcased on the next drive. Following a holding penalty that negated a first-down run from Mariota, Darren Carrington caught a pass over the middle and raced downfield inside the Oregon State 10 for a 58-yard gain. Mariota then followed his blockers off the right tackle on 4th-and-goal from the 1 and waltzed into the end zone for a 40-10 game late in the third. Mannion and the Beavers moved swiftly down the field on their next set of downs. Woods pulled in a 23-yard pass to set up his 3-yard touchdown scamper early in the fourth. Mariota hit Nelson for a 27-yard score later in the fourth and Oregon was forced into a safety to cap the scoring. Game Notes Oregon leads the all-time series 62-46-10 ... The Ducks have thrown a touchdown pass in 65 straight games, four shy of the mark set by Texas Tech (Sept. 23, 2006-Oct. 22, 2011) ... Oregon outgained the Beavers 565-362 ...The Ducks went 4-for-11 on third down, but converted both of their tries on fourth down ... Woods led Oregon State with 58 yards on six catches. 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Toronto, which took the lead for good on a pair of John Salmons free throws with 3:45 to go in the opening quarter, led by as many as 31 points in chalking up a third straight victory. With the win, the Raptors (19-17) are two games above .500 for the first time in four seasons. The last time was March 9, 2010 when Toronto was 32-30. The Raptors, who now have a 4 1/2 game lead over the Brooklyn Nets atop the NBAs Atlantic Division, featured a balanced attack with five players in double figures, led by Kyle Lowrys 23 points. It was the sixth straight loss for the Bucks (7-30), who are the NBAs worst team. Even though the Raptors have now won 10 of their last 11 games against teams with sub .500 records and play their next four against team who have lost more than theyve won this season, Lowry rejected suggestions Toronto might get complacent. "I dont think the schedule softens up," Lowry said. "Youre playing an NBA team every single night. 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About the only thing that didnt go well for the home side was a trip to the foul line for Jermain Defoe, introduced earlier in the day as a new member of Toronto FC. Sitting alongside American international Michael Bradley, who was also unveiled earlier Monday and given a large ovation while sitting courtside, the Englishman missed all three shots from the charity stripe during a break in second-half action. The Raptors visit the Celtics in Boston on Wednesday night before returning to the Air Canada Centre to host the Minnesota Timberwolves on Friday night and the Los Angeles Lakers on Sunday afternoon. DeRozan said theres no concern the Raptors will look past any of their opponents. "It doesnt matter who we play, its an NBA team," DeRozan said. "Besides us, theres 29 other teams in this league and we prepare for each one of them the same. We dont want to look back at the end of the season and say we left this game or that game on the floor." ' ' '