Eugene, OR. -- The Oregon Ducks rallied from a double digit deficit to lead in the final minutes of the game. But Oregon state scored the last six points in a 77-72 victory over the Ducks to open Pac-12 Conference play.
Oregon men’s basketball coach Dana Altman spoke to the media after the game about why the team struggled so much in the first half. Altman revealed the Ducks could’ve done a better job with ball movement, defending the boards and getting points in transition.
Oregon will try to get its 10th win of the season, as it hosts UCLA Thursday, Jan. 10 at 6 p.m.
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