Oregon fans are not happy with how the first half of the Pac-12 Championship game has gone thus far.

At the half, the Ducks are trailing the Washington Huskies 20-10. The Ducks are just 1-of-5 on third downs and are averaging just 5.4 yards per play. Bucky Irving has just 13 yards on 6 carries. The Ducks are also being out-gained by 113 yards to this point in the game.

Oregon’s struggles started almost immediately. After Washington began the game with a field goal drive that took nearly 8 minutes off the clock, Oregon responded with a three-and-out that featured three incompletions.

The Ducks didn’t pick up a first down until their third drive of the game. They didn’t convert a third down until the final play of the half — a touchdown catch by Terrance Ferguson to make it 20-10 just before the break.

Fans took to social media to vent about the frustrating performance. Many of these fans are pinning the blame on offensive coordinator Will Stein.

Oregon will receive the ball out of halftime. We’ll see if Stein can get it turned around for the 2nd half.