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Topic - Joseph Young
The Oregon Ducks opened the regular season with a 13-game winning streak. They closed it with seven straight victories.
Arizona guard Nick Johnson was keeping an eye on the big picture.
Oregon extended its winning streak to six games Tuesday night, and for the fourth time during that stretch, the Ducks beat a team they previously couldn't.
It took the streaking Oregon Ducks a good while to put last-place Southern California away on Saturday. They finally did so because of their defense.
After an outstanding start and a major slump, the Oregon Ducks are on a roll again. Whether or not it continues and results in a bid to the NCAA Tournament remains to be seen.
An Oklahoma appeals court has upheld the life prison sentence of a 23-year-old man convicted in the shooting death of another man outside a northwest Oklahoma City convenience store.
Washington State lulled Oregon to sleep in the first half. Mike Moser woke the Ducks back up.
Mike Moser had 21 points and a season-high five 3-pointers for Oregon in a 67-53 win against Washington State Sunday night.
Oregon is feeling the urgency of needing a late-season run to make the NCAA Tournament, and the Ducks showed that in the second half Wednesday.
Damyean Dotson and Joseph Young combined for 23 second-half points, sparking Oregon to a 78-71 win over Washington on Wednesday.
Oregon's Mike Moser said good shooting is contagious, and that certainly was the case during the opening minutes of the Ducks' 93-83 win over archrival Oregon State on Sunday.
Arizona State dominated the first half. Oregon charged back behind Joseph Young.
Oregon kept its composure in one of college basketball's toughest road arenas, leading No. 2 Arizona well into the second half.
Arizona's offense was disjointed, the shots weren't falling, the free throws clanging one after another.
The Oregon Ducks seemed relieved to finally get a quality victory.
Jason Calliste scored 16, Damyean Dotson had 15 points and Joseph Young added 13 for the Ducks (21-8, 9-8 Pac-12), who will end the regular season on Saturday at home against No. 3 Arizona.