Oregon's first Pac-12 loss came in a dramatic game against rival Washington for the second consecutive year.

Huskies scored a decisive go-ahead touchdown with 98 seconds left, defeating the Ducks 36-33 at Husky Stadium.

 Ducks were down 29-18 in the third quarter but staged a comeback, leading 33-29 with 6:18 to play through two touchdowns and solid defense.

However, Oregon was stopped on fourth down for the third time in the game at midfield with 2:11 left, allowing Washington to drive to the winning score.

The Ducks missed a potential game-tying field goal as time expired.

 No. 8 Ducks (5-1, 2-1 Pac-12) aim to regroup at home against Washington State.

 No. 7 Huskies joined USC as the two remaining unbeaten teams in Pac-12 play.

Oregon head coach Dan Lanning acknowledged Washington's plays and emphasized the need for better decision-making.

The game saw back-and-forth action up to halftime, with Washington leading 22-18.

Despite defensive efforts, Oregon couldn't secure the win, and the loss mirrored a similar defeat against Washington the previous year.