It was a back and forth game the entire way Saturday between the No. 17 Oregon Ducks and the No. 7 Washington Huskies at Autzen Stadium. Even the score by quarters showed identical totals through regulation — 10, 7, 7, 0 for each team. The game headed to overtime tied 24-24 after Washington’s Peyton Henry missed wide right on a 37-yard field goal attempt as time expired. The Huskies got the ball first in overtime, but the Oregon defense held rival UW to a short field goal. That paved the way for CJ Verdell’s six-yard touchdown run that gave the Ducks a 30-27 overtime victory. Oregon’s win is huge in the Pac-12 race, and it also gives first-year coach Mario Cristobal and quarterback Justin Herbert a signature victory. The contest was physical and entertaining all afternoon long. What stands out most after this UO victory? Write the headline of the day by describing the game in five words or less in the comments section of this post.