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Oregon's Marcus Mariota has first pass intercepted since 2012

Oregon's Marcus Mariota has first pass intercepted since 2012
Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota, shown against Stanford, had his threw his first pass intercepted of the season on Saturday. (Ezra Shaw / Getty Images)

One of the most remarkable streaks in college football ended Saturday in Tucson when Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota had a pass intercepted for the first time this season.

Mariota had thrown a Pac-12 Conference record 353 passes without an interception before his perfect pass to Bralon Addison was picked off by Arizona's Scooby Wright in the first quarter.

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It took a sideline circus play to end the streak as the ball bounced off Addison's chest and was deflected by Shaquille Richardson to Wright.

Mariota entered the game with 25 touchdowns and no interceptions.

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