All week the Arizona Wildcats said they wanted to win the conference for Jamelle Horne.
On Saturday they got their wish.
The Wildcats shot a blistering 56 percent from the field and hit 11 three-pointers to defeat Oregon 90-82 at McKale on Saturday.
Kyle Fogg started the game with nine quick points and went 4-7 from three to lead Arizona with 20 points.
Four other players scored in double figures, including Solomon Hill, who may have played his best game of the season with 14 points on 6-10 shooting.
Arizona's defense was less than impressive, as Oregon shot 51 percent from the field.
However, Arizona's offense was simply too much for the Ducks to stop and despite the fact that Oregon tried to get back into the game numerous times, Arizona's offense just did not allow it.
Derrick Williams, who will likely be the player of the year in the conference, was in foul trouble throughout but still managed to score 14 of his own.
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