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vs. Ari 
W 64-57
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vs. OreSt 
W 88-74
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@ UCLA 
L 63-82
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vs. BYU 
W 87-68
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@ Wisc 
L 77-85
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Oregon basketball players suspended as students

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) The University of Oregon says three former basketball players have been suspended as students for a minimum of four years, and up to 10 years, as a result of rape allegations involving a freshman student.

University spokeswoman Julie Brown confirmed the suspensions.

Damyean Dotson, Dominic Artis and Brandon Austin were dismissed from the team last month after a student filed a police report alleging she was sexually assaulted by the players.

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Leaders
Points: J. Young18.9
Rebounds: M. Moser7.7
Assists: J. Loyd4.7
FG%: J. Young48.0%
FT%: J. Young88.1%
3P%: J. Calliste50.4%
Steals: J. Young1.3
Blocks: W. Austin0.8
Pac-12 Standings
 ConferenceOverall
  W-L W-L
4 Arizona 15-3 33-5
20 UCLA 12-6 28-9
Oregon 10-8 24-10
Colorado 10-8 23-12
Stanford 10-8 23-13
Arizona State 10-8 21-12
California 10-8 21-14
Utah 9-9 21-12
Washington 9-9 17-15
Oregon State 8-10 16-16
Washington State 3-15 10-21
USC 2-16 11-21
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Offense (Rank)
Points: 81.9 (9)
Rebounds: 10.5 (221)
Assists: 14.5 (61)
FG%: 46.9% (48)
FT%: 77.2% (6)
3P%: 38.9% (28)
Defense (Rank)
Points: 74.1 (279)
Rebounds: 23.6 (199)
Assists: 12.4 (179)
FG%: 43.9% (190)
FT%: 70.9% (238)
3P%: 32.4% (75)
AP Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Florida36-3
2 Wichita State35-1
3 Virginia30-7
4 Arizona33-5
5 Louisville31-6
6 Villanova29-5
7 Michigan28-9
8 Duke26-9
9 Iowa State28-8
10 Kansas25-10
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Coaches Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Connecticut32-8
2 Kentucky29-11
3 Florida36-3
4 Wisconsin30-8
5 Arizona33-5
6 Michigan28-9
7 Wichita State35-1
8 Michigan State29-9
9 Louisville31-6
10 Virginia30-7
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