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Oregon Ducks (22-8)


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vs. Colo 
W 73-60
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vs. Utah 
W 69-58
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@ Cal 
W 80-69
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@ Stan 
W 73-70
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Oregon beats Stanford 73-70, clinches bye in Pac-12 tourney

STANFORD, Calif. (AP) Stanford coach Johnny Dawkins pointed to Oregon junior forward Elgin Cook as the primary reason the Ducks came out ahead in an important Pac-12 Conference game Sunday.

Cook scored 21 points, the third time he's scored as many, and the Ducks beat the Cardinal 73-70 to clinch the third seed and a first-round bye in the upcoming Pac-12 Conference tournament.

Dwayne Benjamin, who had 15 points, made one of two free throws with 14 seconds remaining to give Oregon (22-8, 12-5 Pac-12) the lead and Joseph Young, who also scored 21 points, sank a pair of free throws with three seconds left after a missed Stanford shot.

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Leaders
Points: J. Young20.0
Rebounds: J. Bell6.3
Assists: J. Young3.6
FG%: J. Young44.4%
FT%: J. Young91.3%
3P%: J. Abdul-Bassit42.3%
Steals: E. Cook1.1
Blocks: J. Bell2.8
AP Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Kentucky30-0
2 Virginia28-1
3 Duke26-3
4 Villanova28-2
5 Arizona26-3
6 Wisconsin26-3
7 Gonzaga29-2
8 Wichita State27-3
9 Kansas24-6
10 Maryland25-5
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Coaches Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Kentucky30-0
2 Virginia28-1
3 Duke26-3
4 Villanova28-2
5 Wisconsin26-3
6 Arizona26-3
7 Gonzaga29-2
8 Wichita State27-3
9 Maryland25-5
10 Kansas24-6
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Pac-12 Standings
 ConferenceOverall
  W-L W-L
5 Arizona 14-2 26-3
13 Utah 12-4 22-6
Oregon 12-5 22-8
UCLA 10-7 18-12
Stanford 9-7 18-10
Oregon State 8-9 17-12
California 7-9 17-12
Arizona State 7-9 15-14
Colorado 6-10 13-15
Washington State 6-10 12-16
Washington 4-12 15-13
USC 3-14 11-18
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Offense (Rank)
Points: 76.4 (23)
Rebounds: 10.9 (156)
Assists: 14.8 (47)
FG%: 46.3% (63)
FT%: 75.2% (15)
3P%: 36.3% (90)
Defense (Rank)
Points: 70.5 (281)
Rebounds: 26.3 (22)
Assists: 11.6 (111)
FG%: 41.5% (104)
FT%: 69.7% (207)
3P%: 32.7% (100)
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