For the fifth straight game, the Ducks allowed 80 or more points. In four of those contests, they've allowed the opponent to shoot better than 50-percent, and Thursday's effort reached a season-low.
Washington shot 26-for-45 from the field, for 57.8-percent. Included in the hot shooting, were four straight made field goals to close out the final five minutes.
The Ducks were dismal offensively for the second straight game. Joseph Young led with 18 points, but no starter made more than half of his shots.
After Oregon starters teamed up to go 7-for-35 versus OSU on Sunday, they were little better in Seattle, finishing 13-for-39.
C.J. Wilcox paced the Huskies down the stretch. Wilcox had the final two baskets for Washington. The second was the dagger, a deep three-point shot over 5-foot-8 Loyd to make it a 76-72 game with 44 seconds left.
For the first time in Pac-12 play, Oregon led at the half by a count of 35-33. The lead was short lived, however, as the Huskies would score 9-of-12 to begin the second.
The Ducks last held an advantage after a Joseph Young lay-up made it 47-46 with 13:15 remaining.