Oregon vs. Washington live score, updates, highlights from Week 7 college football game


The best of the Pac-12 are finally going head-to-head in this Pacific Northwest matchup. Washington hosts Oregon in what will decide the conference title game at the end of the regular season.

Not only are the Huskies and Ducks the best in the west, they’re the best in the entire country. Both teams are led behind Heisman contending quarterbacks. Bo Nix calls the shots for Oregon, who has the second-highest scoring offense in the country. Washington has the third-highest scoring offense behind Michael Penix Jr. Both QBs began their college careers elsewhere before transferring for the 2022 season. Penix from Indiana, Nix from Auburn.

This will be the first time both teams play while ranked in the top 10.

The Huskies, seventh in the AP Poll, are the narrow favorites thanks to Penix, a home crowd and a 37-34 victory last year. However, No. 8 Oregon enters as a more balanced team. It has one of the best defenses in the country, coming in as the fifth-best scoring defense in the CFB.

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While these teams could easily face off in the Pac-12 Championship game, it’s likely the winner will go up against USC. Both play the Trojans later this season. For the Huskies, it’s in California on Nov. 4. The Ducks host USC a week later on Nov. 11.

The Sporting News is tracking updates and highlights from the Week 7 college football between Oregon and Washington.

Oregon vs. Washington score


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Oregon vs. Washington live updates, highlights from Week 7 game

5:47 p.m. – Oregon gets the ball to begin the second half. We know the Ducks can score, but can they stop Penix and the Huskies?

End of second quarter: Oregon 18, Washington 22

5:25 p.m. – Washington gets the stop! Oregon goes for the touchdown on 4th-and-goal, only three yards needed, but Nix can’t find a receiver. It’s a no-score drive for the Ducks to end the half.

5:20 p.m. INTERCEPTION – Jahlil Florence! The Duck picks off Penix, his third interception of the season. Oregon takes over near the 50 with less than a minute on the clock.


The @OregonFootball defense picks off Michael Penix Jr. 🔒🦆 pic.twitter.com/MDh3j7OM3k

— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) October 14, 2023

5:18 p.m. – Sack No. 2 of the night! Brandon Dorlus reaches Penix for Oregon’s first sack.

5:15 p.m. – Washington goes for it on 4th-and-one. Penix goes to Westover. It’s called good, reviewed and confirmed. The Huskies avoid turning it over in their own territory.

Oregon 18, Washington 22

5:09 p.m. FIELD GOAL – Oregon is unable to tie it up with a touchdown, but a field goal brings it closer. Camden Lewis is good for 46 yards. The Ducks trail 22-18 with two minutes left in the second quarter.

5:07 p.m. – That’s a sack! Edefuan Ulofoshio gets to Nix for the first sack of the game.

Oregon 15, Washington 22

5:00 p.m. TOUCHDOWN – Like clockwork! Dillon Johnson uses his speed for a 7-yard touchdown run. The Huskies make it eight as Jack Westover completes the conversion. It’s 22-15, Washington, with 5:12 left in the half.

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Dillon Johnson was just too fast ⚡️@UW_Football takes back the lead pic.twitter.com/xEx3e04ZxU

— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) October 14, 2023

Oregon 15, Washington 14

4:40 p.m. TOUCHDOWN – Herbert again! After scoring on Oregon’s two-point conversion, Nix finds Herbert in the end zone for the score. The Ducks reclaim the lead, 15-14. It’s an all-out battle in Seattle.

Herbert with the grab 🙌@OregonFootball takes the lead right back 🦆 pic.twitter.com/YLqcbKRlQ0

— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) October 14, 2023

4:37 p.m. – Bo Nix runs it himself on 3rd-and-13, called short but reviewed and ruled a first down for the Ducks. Nix and the flock pushing through!

End of first quarter: Oregon 8, Washington 14

Oregon 8, Washington 14

4:26 p.m. TOUCHDOWN – Penix finds Ja’Lynn Polk on the dot! The 26-yard pass is good for a touchdown, and the Huskies retake the lead! It’s 14-8 with 46 seconds on the clock in the first quarter.


What a throw for a second @UW_Football TD 🎯🎯🎯 pic.twitter.com/DdlSawETao

— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) October 14, 2023

Oregon 8, Washington 7

4:14 p.m. TOUCHDOWN – Ducks bounce back! Bucky Irving finds the hole for a 12-yard run to the endzone. They’re not done yet, as Patrick Herbert converts for two points, making it an 8-7 lead for Oregon.

Bucky 😤#GoDucks


— Oregon Football (@oregonfootball) October 14, 2023

Oregon 0, Washington 7

3:58 p.m. TOUCHDOWN – Let it fly, Michael Penix Jr! The Heisman favorite QB nails Rome Odunze for 43 yards followed by a 36-yarder to Giles Jackson and a touchdown. The Huskies are coming out hot and take a 7-0 lead.

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— Sports ON Tap Seattle (@SeattleONTap) October 14, 2023

3:54 p.m. – Washington and Oregon each go three-and-out in the first drives.

3:40 p.m. – The speckled Ducks are ready for takeoff.

Let’s fly. #GoDucks pic.twitter.com/5vNIMeCaZN

— Oregon Football (@oregonfootball) October 14, 2023

3:15 p.m. – Nothing but the best for the best.

JULIOOOOO‼️‼️@KalenDeBoer x @JRODshow44 pic.twitter.com/fgCdYRfPKE

— Washington Football (@UW_Football) October 14, 2023

3:00 p.m. – As a reminder, here’s how things ended last year in Eugene.

This game was crazy ‼️

Is Washington going to be celebrating like this again tomorrow vs Oregon? 🤔 pic.twitter.com/hYM9728wXM

— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) October 13, 2023

2:20 p.m. – Prepare to see some celebrations today. The Ducks and Huskies are averaging 97.6 points per game combined, the highest ever combined scoring average for a Pac-12 conference game.

How to watch Oregon vs. Washington

Date: Saturday, Oct. 14
Time: 3:30 p.m. ET
Location: Husky Stadium in Seattle, Washington
TV channel: ABC
Live stream: Fubo

Husky Stadium will be a packed house before kickoff against Oregon at 3:30 p.m. ET. Fans can watch the game on TV on ABC. Those who prefer streaming can do so through Fubo, which offers a free trial.

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