Odds are some fans might not have caught the Ducks second half rally, as it didn't appear to be in the cards in the first half. The Ducks shot just 9-for-36 in the half, and ASU held a 43-23 lead.
The Ducks put to rest any question about their hearts in the second half, storming back to take a 61-59 lead with just over five to play. Two Johnathan Loyd free throws capped the 38-16 run for Oregon.
Joseph Young was unstoppable until the final shot of the game. Young had 29 second half points, and the last eleven points. Young attempted the final shot of the game, a reverse lay-up, but it was blocked by ASU's Jordan Bachynski.
The 7-foot-2 senior gave Oregon fits all day, and finished with 26 points, nine rebounds and nine blocks.
If not for the final block, Young might have tied the game to force overtime.
Young was held scoreless in the first half, but his 29 second half points nearly completed a massive second half rally for the Ducks.
ASU led by one with 37 second left, but a Jermaine Marshall basket gave them a three-point lead, and the Ducks could not get the equalizer.
Miker Moser was the only other Duck in double-figures. He had 14 points, but just three came in the second half.