The “Civil War,” is the biggest sporting event in the state of Oregon every year, and Oregon Ducks vs. Oregon State Beavers tickets sell as well as any other game in the PAC-12. The Ducks vs. Beavers game dates back to 1894, and has been contested more than 115 times. The Oregon State-Oregon series has come to define the football landscape in the state of Oregon, with fans in Eugene and Corvallis flooding the stadiums every time the Civil War is played.
The winner of the Oregon vs. Oregon State game is awarded the Platypus Trophy, which draws its origin from an animal that features traits of both a Duck and a Beaver. Over history of the Oregon-Oregon State series, both teams have experienced extended periods of success, with the energy level of Civl War rivaling any other matchup in the country.
Oregon vs. Oregon State tickets sell quickly every season, no matter where each of the teams is expected to fall in the PAC-12 North standings. Autzen Stadium and Reser Stadiums may never be louder than during an Oregon-Oregon State game, and the impact of the game is incredible on both campuses. No matter if the game is set to take place in Eugene, or Corvallis, TicketCity has you covered with the best Oregon Ducks vs. Oregon State Beavers tickets at some of the cheapest prices on the market.
Saturday, November 26, 2015 at Reser Stadium (Corvallis, OR) Beavers 34, Ducks 24After winning the last eight games in the Civil War rivalry game, the Oregon Ducks winning streak was broken by the Oregon State Beavers with a final score of 34-24 Oregon State. The MYP of the game was Beavers running back Ryan Nall who ran for 4 of the 5 touchdowns, two of which were in the fourth quarter. The Ducks started the game strong and consistent in the first half but once the rain started they were not able to move the ball into the end zone during the last quarter of the game.
Friday, November 27, 2015 at Autzen Stadium (Eugene, OR) Ducks 52, Beavers 42The Oregon Ducks jumped out to a 31-7 halftime lead against their arch-rival Oregon State. When it all seemed like the Ducks were going to roll to another Civil War victory, the Beavers bounced back. Oregon State scored 25 2nd half points, including a touchdown with 7 minutes left in the game to cut it to 3. The rally left the Autzen Stadium silent. But Ducks quarterback Vernon Adams Jr. responded, driving 52 yards down the field, on 7 plays, in just 2:26, to give Oregon a commanding lead. The 2015 Oregon vs Oregon State game epitomizes the rivalry between these schools, no matter what their record is coming in, the Civil War is a battle.
Saturday, November 29, 2014 at Reser Stadium (Corvallis, OR) Ducks 47, Beavers 19Oregon entered the 2014 Civil War game with hopes of reaching the College Football Playoff, while Oregon State was hoping to end a 6 game losing streak to their rivals. The story of the game was Oregon's Marcus Mariota, who would account for 6 touchdowns, including 4 through the air. Mariota and the Ducks would jump out to a 30-0 lead, and never were in danger of falling behind. Oregon State's Storm Woods would rush for 128 yards and a touchdown for the Beavers. The Oregon victory was one of the most lopsided in the history of the Oregon-Oregon State series.
Friday, November 29, 2013 at Autzen Stadium (Eugene, OR) Ducks 36, Beavers 35The 2013 edition of the Civil War proved to be one of the most exciting games in the history of the Oregon State-Oregon series. The Ducks entered the game heavily favored and looking to win a 6th straight vs their rivals from Corvallis. After jumping to a 14-0 lead, it looked like Oregon would cruise to another victory, but in typical Oregon State fashion, the Beavers clawed their way back. Storm Woods had a fantastic game, and the Beavers forced Marcus Mariota into 2 turnovers. A 24 yard touchdown run by Victor Bolden with 1:38 left in the game put Oregon State up 35-30 and looked to be the deciding score. But Mariota and the Ducks rallied, scoring in only 1:11 seconds to seal a 36-35 victory.