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2017 Schedule
26-4, 1st in Pac-12
Oregon escapes Stanford with 75-73 win (0:33)
Is Oregon the favorite to win the Pac-12? (1:58)

Recruiting Nation: Ole Miss violations

Matt Schick and Gerry Hamilton discuss the impact of the latest notice of allegations at Ole Miss. Plus, an interview with the No. 7 propsect in the ESPN100, Kevin Knox.

Bilas calls Gonzaga 'the most complete team' (3:24)
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3dJoe Lunardi

Bracketology: Cal, USC on the bubble

Oregon is a solid No. 2 seed thanks to Dillon Brooks' buzzer-beater against Cal on Wednesday night. Cal drops to a No. 11 seed after the loss. USC remains on the bubble ahead of Thursday night's trip to Arizona.

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Ducks come back in historic fashion

Oregon trailed by 14 at halftime against Cal on Wednesday before coming back to win 68-65. That's the largest halftime deficit overcome by Oregon since March 17, 2004, according to ESPN Stats & Info.

Dillon Brooks delivers another magic moment (0:54)
Brooks the hero for Oregon with last-second winner (1:37)

Brooks' 3 leads No. 6 Oregon past Cal 68-65

Dylan Brooks hit a 3-pointer with 0.2 seconds to play to cap a comeback from 16 points down and No. 6 Oregon beat California 68-65 on Wednesday night to keep its hopes alive for a Pac-12 title.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Dillon Brooks is absurd.

Eamonn Brennan ESPN Staff Writer 

It was safe to assume Oregon would make a run at some point. It was less safe to predict the Ducks would erase a 16-point second-half deficit and take a one-point lead in the last two minutes. But they have, and Cal -- with one shaky turnover after another -- has happily obliged.


Bears enjoy cold Duck during first half

No. 6 Oregon had unusual difficulties finding the hoop during the first 20 minutes of play at Cal on Wednesday night. The Ducks dragged a 30-16 deficit into the locker room at intermission.

ESPN Stats and Information  

No. 6 Oregon trails Cal 30-16 at half. It's Oregon's fewest points in any half under Dana Altman (since 2010-11).

ESPN Stats & Info

Ducks heavily favored in Berkeley

Can No. 6 Oregon make it four straight wins? ESPN's BPI is leaning heavily toward a yes, giving the Ducks a 70 percent chance to beat Cal on the road. 9 p.m. ET on ESPN2/WatchESPN

Pac-12 race has huge implications (1:14)
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6dJoe Lunardi

New look to two-seed line

Arizona rises to a No. 2 by beating Washington, Baylor with its loss to Kansas while Louisville and Oregon hold their positions.

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7dDana O'Neil

As March nears, college hoops cream rises

When the season started, we trusted Oregon, Duke and others. Then we lost trust. Now, after a few months, we realize we should have stuck with them.


Business as usual for Ducks

Oregon shot 57.,6 percent from the floor during its 101-73 pasting of Colorado on Saturday afternoon while holding the Buffaloes to only 43.3 percent. What was different -- Oregon hit triple figures in a conference game for the first time since 2002.

No. 7 Oregon offense is electric in 101-73 win (0:31)

Team Stats

Points Per Game79.2Tied-53rd
Rebounds Per Game36.5138th
Assists Per Game16.918th
Points Allowed64.934th

Tournament History

Final Fours1
Tournament Record19-13
Championship Seasons1939
Tournament Appearances14