BERKELEY, CA - OCTOBER 21: Khalfani Muhammad #29 of the California Golden Bears tries to break awaw from De'Quan McDowell #54 of the Oregon Ducks at California Memorial Stadium on October 21, 2016 in Berkeley, California. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

Oregon and Cal set an ungodly offensive record on Friday night


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Oregon and Cal were already near a record before last night's game even started. According to ESPN, the two teams closed at a total points over/under of 89.5 in Vegas, only tailing last year's Baylor and Texas Tech game for a record high.

Suffice to say, people expected these two teams to put up a lot of points, and boy did they deliver. Not only did the two teams go over by scoring a combined 101 points, but the two set a record for the most offensive plays ever in a game.

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That is a lot of plays and a lot of points, something we have come to expect from late night Pac-12 games. Of course, double overtime helped, but it is still an impressive record between these two teams' offenses.

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As for the defenses.... Yikes!