2017 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/11W 91-77
- 11/15L 66-49
- 11/17W 76-54
- 11/21L 65-61
- 11/22W 69-65
- 11/23W 79-69
- 11/28W 68-63
- 11/30W 93-54
- 12/3W 128-59
- 12/11W 65-56
- 12/13W 81-67
- 12/17W 83-63
- 12/20W 75-63
- 12/282W 89-87
- 12/3022W 84-61
- 1/4W 83-61
- 1/7W 85-66
- 1/14W 85-43
- 1/19W 86-63
- 1/21W 69-52
- 1/26W 73-67
- 1/28L 74-65
- 2/2W 71-70
- 2/45W 85-58
- 2/910L 82-79
- 2/11W 81-70
- 2/16W 79-61
- 2/18W 101-73
- 2/22W 68-65
- 2/25W 75-73
- 3/4h:mm a z, US/Eastern
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Jordan Bell scored on a putback with 14 seconds left to give No. 6 Oregon its second straight nail-biting victory in a rare Bay Area sweep as the Ducks beat Stanford 75-73 on Saturday.
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.
It's been a while since the Pac-12 could boast three Final Four contenders. Two of them face off this weekend, and whoever wins the conference will have the inside track to Phoenix.
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.
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.
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).
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
The Bilastator won't use the common refrain. He sees the truth: The at-large pool is weak. Only a handful of teams can sustain the excellence to win it all. Who are they? You're welcome.
Arizona rises to a No. 2 by beating Washington, Baylor with its loss to Kansas while Louisville and Oregon hold their positions.
Last week's No. 4, Baylor, is trending down in the rankings, paving the way for Oregon to move up a spot from No. 6.
Gonzaga, Villanova and Kansas are the top three teams in the Associated Press men's college basketball poll for the third straight week.
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.
Points Per Game79.2Tied-53rd
Rebounds Per Game36.5138th
Assists Per Game16.918th