Benoit had a dominant score vs. ASU. Scott Olmos Scott Olmos-USA TODAY Sports

Oregon running back Kani Benoit doesn't get many touches behind elite back Royce Freeman, but he made the most of his opportunities vs. Arizona State.

Down 31-27, Oregon needed a quick score to regain the lead against ASU in this back and forth match. Benoit, who had 148 rushing yards and one rushing touchdown in six games, broke one loose for a big gain -- and an Oregon score.

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The touchdown helped erase ASU's 11-point third quarter lead, as Oregon had also scored on an impressive kickoff return from playmaker Charles Nelson one drive before.

(h/t ESPN)