Ducks score over 100 points in win.

Oregon improved to 24-4 in a 101-73 win over Colorado. Following the contest Dylan Ennis, Charlie Noebel and Chris Boucher spoke to reporters.

 
Dylan Ennis, Graduate Student Guard

On his last game at MKA:
"It was great. I couldn't even predict that we would have a game like that. It was a great game to end here."
 
On the Ducks' defense in the second half:
"It's coming together. We are focusing on defense, we aren't focusing on who gets the next shot or what play is happening. We focus on getting stops on the defensive end and I think once we put all our focus on that the game is so much easier."
 
On the crowd:
"I feel like we get that every day. Every time we play they yell and they are there for us. Everyday feels like a senior day because, even if we lose, they still yell and cheer for us. I'm going to miss the Pit Crew and the people cheering for us."
 
 Chris Boucher, Senior Forward
On his last home game:
"It was definitely something I will remember forever. I wasn't expecting a big game like that, you know, a big game like that go our way. It was my last game and it was a good game and everyone's happy about it."
 
On the atmosphere of the game:
"I feel like we get that every day. Every time we play they yell and they are there for us. Everyday feels like a senior day because even if we lose they still yell and cheer for us. I'm going to miss the pit crew and people cheering for us."
 
On finishing his career undefeated at MKA:
"I can actually say that I've never lost to a team in Matthew Knight Arena. Doesn't matter what team, I just never lost. It feels good to say that."
 
 Charlie Noebel, Senior Guard
On if he thought he was getting in:
"I thought it was going to be a 40-minute fight, but I told these guys let's try and get some stops so I can get in there, that's the ultimate goal. We definitely picked it up on defense and that's what got me in."


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