Oregon now 18-4 for the year and 7-2 in conference play.

Chris Boucher stole the show in Tempe as the No. 23 Oregon Ducks (18-4, 7-2) blasted the Arizona State Sun Devils, 91-74. Boucher scored 26 points, hauled down 10 rebounds and blocked seven shots.

Boucher hit shots from outside by knocking down four 3-pointers, from the free throw line (6-8) and kept the Sun Devils from getting inside with his shot blocking and shot changing ability.

Dillon Brooks, started off quietly, but ended the night scoring 18 points and collecting six rebounds. Tyler Dorsey added 16 and Elgin Cook finished with 14.

The Ducks started the game off by running up 13 points by playing a stingy defense that ultimately resulted in 10 steals, but by the end of the half, ASU had cut the Ducks lead to 37-36.  After the teams came back for the second half, Oregon scored its first nine points from the free throw line, meanwhile could only muster up a 3-point field goal by Kodi Justice and Oregon led 46-39 and never looked back.

Oregon out rebounded ASU 40-31; the Ducks hit 50.9 percent of their shots on 27-of-53 field goal shooting including 8-of-22 in 3-point shots and were 29-of-38 from the free throw line.

ASU was led in scoring by Obinna Oleka with 17 points with Gerry Blakes adding 15. Tre Holder hit 12 and Justice ended up with 11.

Oregon improves to 18-4 for the season and 7-2 in conference play while ASU falls to 12-10 for the year and 2-7 in the conference.

The return home for a Thursday night game with Colorado and a Sunday afternoon game with Utah.


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