Following the game multiple Oregon football players sounded off about what was going through their minds after a tough and shocking loss to Stanford on their home field.
Oregon's Michael Clay makes a tackle against Stanford.
"That's how it goes, you live and you learn. Its going to test us as a team. We have to comeback on Mondy for the Civil War."
"It's one loss, we still have a lot to accomplish. WE have another game to play and we need to come on Monday and work harder."
"I hate losing. If you are any bit of a competitor you will feel the same way. No one likes losing. It’s an extremely uncomfortable feeling, but we need to learn from it and bounce back.”
"We just have to get back to work on Monday. We still have a lot to play for. We are going to be able to do big things this year. It's a surprise for me because I've only lost three games here and my first game in overtime. Another talk walks on your field, you never want to see them rush your field."
“I learned a lot, this was my first overtime I’ve ever played in. I feel like as a team we grew tonight, we just have to come back Monday and work. It hurts, but the guys in the locker room have done a great job of keeping my head up. It’s one loss, it doesn’t define a season.”
"It was very disappointing, very disappointing. All these guys come every day and work and work and work. It's difficult to take this and process it. It happened really fast, four seconds you are out there kicking the ball. You hope for it to go in. You just have to stay positive.