Oregon ends UCLA’s 10-win streak

More to come, but here’s the most telling stat from the Bruins’ 76-67 loss: Oregon had 12 second-chance points to UCLA’s 2. The Ducks held a 40-31 advantage on the boards, which felt like more given how many times they grabbed multiple offensive rebounds in the same possession. Most absurd was the first-half sequence in which Oregon had four offensive rebounds, a possession that ended with a Kyle Anderson steal.

Oregon is in the driver’s seat for the Pac-12 title now since they don’t have to play either Arizona or UCLA again.

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