Wildcats hand Oregon Ducks a very familiar loss
The Ducks were no good on the defensive end and lost a contributor to injury. No, you're not experiencing deja vu.
EUGENE — Oregon has found a lot of ways to win this season.
The home-grown freshman sank a deep three to beat Michigan at the death in overtime. His fifth-year backcourt-mate tossed in a go-ahead layup to topple Washington in Seattle. The Ducks even weathered a 17-point deficit to beat Cal in mid-January, before using a 27-5 run to break open a blowout victory over Arizona State on Thursday.
Thing is, every loss looks the same.
It was No. 9 Arizona 87, Oregon 78 at Matthew Knight Arena Saturday afternoon. The recipe to down these Ducks hasn’t changed.