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The Oregon defense at work.

Oregon defender Kevin Mitchell works to pull down Idaho tailback Malfred Shaw (31) as defender Igor Olshansky (53) flies in to assist during college football action in Eugene, Ore., Saturday, Sept. 14, 2002.(AP Photo/Don Ryan) Oregon (3-0) defeated Idaho (0-3) 58-21 .

Oregon running back Allan Amundsen (34) maneuvers to elude Idaho defender Rob Bryant (29) during college football action in Eugene, Ore., Saturday, Sept. 14, 2002.(AP Photo/Don Ryan)

Amundson carried the ball 10 times and ended the day with 60 yards rushing and one touchdown. Amundson's touchdown came in the fourth quarter. Amundson's longest run of the day was for 18 yards.

The 58 points scored by Oregon matched the most the Ducks have ever scored against the Vandals. Oregon beat Idaho 58-15 in 1969. The Ducks and Vandals have met 58 times and Oregon leads the series 51-3-4. The first meeting between the two schools was in 1901 and ended in a 0-0 tie.

Oregon running back Onterrio Smith (2) slides past Idaho defenders Sergio Robleto (33) and Robert Ortega (14) for his third touchdown of the day in the third quarter during college football action in Eugene, Ore., Saturday, Sept. 14, 2002. Blocking for Smith is Keenan Howry (15). (AP Photo/Don Ryan)

Smith is the first Duck ever to rush for more than 100 yards in each of the first three games of a season.

Oregon quarterback Jason Fife (12) struggles to break through Idaho defenders during college football action in Eugene, Ore., Saturday, Sept. 14, 2002.(AP Photo/Don Ryan)

Fife finished the afternoon 10 for 22 and 232 yards with two touchdown passes. Fife linked up with Samie Parker for an 80 yard scoring bomb and a 23 yard touchdown pass to Matt Floberg.

Parker has 24 receptions in his last four games for a total of 458 yards and four touchdowns. Floberg's 23-yard catch was his first touchdown of his career. Floberg also had one carry against Idaho.

The Ducks have now won nine straight non-conference games and 18 straight non-conference games at Autzen Stadium.

Oregon defenders Ramone Reed, left, and Kevin Mitchell break up a pass play intended for Idaho receiver Jeff Stowe, right, during college football action in Eugene, Ore., Saturday, Sept. 14, 2002.(AP Photo/Don Ryan)

Mitchell, a linebacker was credited with four solo tackles and four assisted tackles, two of those tackles for loss. Safety Ketih Lewis was the leading tackler for the Ducks with three solo tackles and six assists. Safety Rasuli Webster had four solo tackels and four assists.

Oregon's Onterrio Smith (2) runs through Idaho defenders for his second touchdown during the first half in Eugene, Ore., Saturday Sept. 14, 2002. (AP Photo/Greg Wahl-Stephens)

Smith is now number 17 on the Oregon career rushing list with 1,410. He passed Bob Sanders who had 1,358 yards in his career between 1947-49.

Oregon will take on Portland State next Saturday at Autzen Stadium. Kickoff is scheduled for 12:30 p.m.

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