Oregon has scored more points in Levi’s Stadium than 49ers

On Friday night, the Oregon Ducks cruised to a 51-13 victory in the PAC-12 Championship Game at Levi’s Stadium. It was the second contest (and win) for the Ducks in Santa Clara.

The stadium, of course, is also the new, $1.3 billion home of the San Francisco 49ers, who have played five games to date in the building, winning three.

Despite a significant difference in sample size, the Marcus Mariota-led Ducks have lit up the Levi’s scoreboard much more than Colin Kaepernick and Co.

In their last three home games, the Niners combined for a total of 30 points, losing to the Seahawks and Rams and eking past the Redskins.

San Fran’s offensive struggles are a major reason why the team is sitting at 7-5 — competing for a wild card spot, not the division. The unit ranks 25th in the NFL in points scored and 22nd in total yards.

Hey, maybe they should trade up for Mariota.

Zack Kelberman
An award-winning sportswriter, reporter and blogger, Zack currently serves as the Miami Dolphins live correspondent and Team Stream curator for Bleacher Report. He's also a freelance NFL writer and the founder/editor-in-chief of Helmet2Helmet. His work has appeared on media outlets such as ESPN, Sports Illustrated, FOX Sports, MSN.com, FanSided.com, and About.com. Zack can be reached on Twitter (@ZackKelberman) or via email (zpkelb@gmail.com).