Oregon’s celebration was short-lived as the team turns its attention to Nebraska, though Sunday’s scheduled practice was canceled due to the bad air quality in Eugene from the nearby forest fires.
Wide receivers Daewood Davis and Jaylon Redd, defensive lineman Popo Aumavae and inside linebacker Isaac Slade-Matautia were also held out.
True freshman quarterback Braxton Burmeister was in uniform but senior Taylor Alie replaced starter Justin Herbert in the fourth quarter.
Juwaan Williams, who played with a club on his injured hand, went down with a lower-leg injury late in the second quarter and was wearing a protective boot after the game.
… Brenden Schooler, the first true freshman to lead Oregon in interceptions with four last season, made two receptions for 12 yards in his debut at wide receiver.
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