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
- 2/22h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 2/25h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 3/4h:mm a z, US/Eastern
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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.
ESPN Stats and Information
Oregon scored 101 points today against Colorado. It's the 1st time the Ducks have scored over 100 points in a conference game since Feb. 21, 2002 (vs Washington State)
Dillon Brooks scored 23 points and No. 7 Oregon extracted some revenge for Colorado's upset of the Ducks earlier this season with a 101-73 victory on Saturday.
The College Gameday crew graded the season's best dunks from Grayson Allen, Dillon Brooks, Miles Bridges, Malik Monk and DaMarcus Croaker. Which was your favorite? Vote now.
Some teams are harder to prepare for in March. A panel of 50 coaches weighed in on which team they'd least want to see in the postseason, and the leading vote-getter might surprise you.
ESPN Chalk's Andrew Lange outlines the best value bets among Saturday's slate of college basketball games, including Kentucky-Georgia and Colorado-Oregon.
Arizona might be the favorite to win the Pac-12, but a deep, talented, experienced Oregon team might be the conference's best Final Four hope.
Dillon Brooks scored 20 points and No. 7 Oregon defeated shorthanded Utah 79-61 on Thursday night to extend the Ducks' home winning streak to 41 games.
C.L. Brown ESPN Staff Writer
Utah is second in the Pac-12 in scoring offense averaging 80.5 per game. Oregon has held the Utes to .667 points per possession and 18 points with 2:21 minutes left in the half. This is one of many reasons to like Oregon as a Final Four contender
Watch: Ducks seek another home win
No. 7 Oregon is on the cusp of a second straight unbeaten home schedule as it welcomes Utah. The Utes have lost six straight games at Oregon and haven't won in Eugene since 1951. (9 p.m. ET, ESPN/WatchESPN)
It's crunch time in the Pac-12
Arizona (12-1 in league play) will visit Washington State on Thursday night. Oregon (11-2) will host Utah. UCLA (10-3) has the night off since it will face USC on Saturday night at Pauley Pavilion.
The Oregon Ducks are known for eccentric uniforms, and their new "Electric Green" threads they will wear against Utah on Thursday don't disappoint.
Oregon is the best 3-point-shooting team in the Pac-12, but the Ducks aren't the only team lighting it up from long distance. Major-conference teams are having their best shooting year ever. Why?
Unbeaten Gonzaga (26-0) remained No. 1 in the AP Top 25 poll for the third straight week, followed by Villanova, Kansas, Baylor and Arizona.
Joe Lunardi and the NCAA selection committee agree on their No. 1 and No. 2 seeds, but Lunardi places Louisville and Florida State in different regions.
Points Per Game79.8Tied-45th
Rebounds Per Game37.4Tied-96th
Assists Per Game17.213th