Costly turnovers cost Oregon a win over StanfordBy Carl Davaz | September 22, 2018 | Sports Ducks gave away up a 10-point lead in the final four minutes of regulation during a 38-31 overtime defeat to No. 7 Stanford Stanford’s Colby Parkinson (left) tipped the ball to himself in the end zone for a 23-yard game winning touchdown in overtime to put the Cardinal up over the Ducks 38-31. Stanford linebacker Sean Barton emerges with the ball fumbled by Oregon running back CJ Verdell. The turnover led to a game-tying field goal. Stanford’s Joey Alfiieri picked up a fumble and returns it for an 80-yard touchdown during second half Pac-12 Conference football action at Autzen Stadium. Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert drops back to pass during the second half against Stanford. Duck running back Tony Brooks-James (20) celebrates the his first quarter touchdown against Stanford. Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert in Oregon-Stanford Pac-12 Conference football action at Autzen Stadium. Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert picks up second quarter yardage against Stanford. Oregon’s Ugochukwu Amadi pressures Stanford quarterback K.J. Costello in the first half. Oregon football running back greats LaMichael James and Kenyon Barner during the Oregon-Stanford Pac-12 Conference football game at Autzen Stadium. Stanford coach David Shaw. Oregon coach Mario Cristobal. Oregon cornerback Thomas Graham Jr. recovers a loose ball during first half action against Stanford. Oregon’s CJ Verdell sprints for a 48-yard touchdown against Stanford during second quarter Pac-12 Conference football action at Autzen Stadium. Stanford running back Bryce Love picks up yardage in the second half against Oregon. Oregon’s Ugochukwu Amadi pressures Stanford quarterback K.J. Costello in the first half at Autzen Stadium. Oregon’s Dillon Mitchell was declared down before crossing the goal line in the fourth quarter. The Duck receiver had 14 catches for 239 yards in the 38-31 overtime loss to Stanford at Autzen Stadium. Oregon defensive coordinator Jim Leavitt was quiet on the sidelines after Stanford took the lead in overtime. Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert leaves the field after No. 7 Stanford stuns No. 20 Oregon, 38-31 in overtime.