THE PACIFIC-12 CONFERENCE THREAD

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    Oregon pounds North Dakota to improve to 6-0

    Oregon's Mike Moser decided it was time to get his rebounding game going.

    The transfer from UNLV succeeded with 15 rebounds, along with 13 points, in the No. 14 Ducks' 91-76 victory over North Dakota on Saturday.

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    Amardi, No. 14 Ducks defeat Cal Poly 82-61

    Oregon is off to its best start in seven years, and the players say they are still getting used to each other.

    A team with seven transfers is searching for its identity, and the No. 14 Ducks' 82-61 victory over Cal Poly showed they might have it.

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    Aaron Gordon guides No. 2 Arizona to rout of Texas Tech

    A little sloppy, but no serious letdown.

    That's the best way to describe No. 2 Arizona's first outing since its emotional victory over Duke in the championship game of the NIT Season Tip-off.

    Freshman Aaron Gordon scored 19 points, Nick Johnson and Brandon Ashley added 18 each, and the Wildcats beat Texas Tech 79-58 on Tuesday night.

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    Jordan Adams helps No. 18 UCLA pull away to beat UCSB

    No. 18 UCLA used its depth to pull away from a halftime tie with UC Santa Barbara.

    Jordan Adams scored 22 points and Kyle Anderson added 21 to lead UCLA to an 89-76 victory Tuesday night.

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    T.J. McConnell steps up down stretch, saves No. 2 Wildcats

    The Arizona Wildcats are poised to become the top-ranked basketball team in the nation, and they can thank T.J. McConnell for the opportunity.

    The transfer point guard from Duquesne had 13 points, six assists and seven rebounds, making critical plays down the stretch, and No. 2 Arizona escaped with a 63-58 victory over UNLV on Saturday.

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    Askia Booker's buzzer-beater sinks No. 6 Jayhawks

    Long after the kids from Kansas have started raking in their NBA bucks, Askia Booker of Colorado will still be talking about the day he struck it big -- the day he made the shot at the buzzer to beat the Jayhawks.

    Booker grabbed an inbounds pass, dribbled twice, took two long steps, then launched the 3-pointer that gave Colorado a 75-72 victory Saturday and left him gasping for air underneath a pile of court-storming Buffs fans.

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    No. 13 Ducks overcome Marshall Henderson, Ole Miss in OT

    Mike Moser scored 24 points, Johnathan Loyd added 23 points and 15 assists and the Oregon Ducks made almost every shot they tossed toward the basket Sunday.

    It's a good thing. They needed just about every single one of them.

    No. 13 Oregon outlasted Mississippi 115-105 in an entertaining overtime game that featured 15 lead changes, 14 ties and some ridiculous 3-point shooting from the Rebels.

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    Arizona runs over New Mexico State in 1st game in decade at No. 1

    Listening to his coach's admonishment to attack more, Arizona freshman Rondae Hollis-Jefferson took off from the right side of the lane, planted his right arm on his opponent's head and unleashed a vicious dunk that left the home crowd stunned.

    Letdown? It was more of a beatdown.

    Shaking off a slow start as they adjusted to a quirky defense, the Wildcats showed no sign of slowing down in their first game as the nation's No. 1 team, racing to a 74-48 victory over New Mexico State on Wednesday night.

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    Spencer Dinwiddie helps No. 21 Colorado improve to 10-1

    Spencer Dinwiddie and No. 21 Colorado were coming off a memorable win against Kansas when they took on Elon on Friday night.

    The Buffaloes rolled to another victory, but only after they were challenged by Sebastian Koch and the unranked Phoenix.

    Dinwiddie scored 17 points and Colorado beat Elon 80-63 for its 10th consecutive win. The Phoenix jumped out to a small lead and were within eight with 12 1/2 minutes to go.

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    No. 1 Arizona rallies late to win at Michigan

    With Arizona's No. 1 ranking hanging precariously in the balance, T.J. McConnell hustled over to the corner for the biggest offensive rebound of the game.

    Then Nick Johnson drew a foul, and the Wildcats overtook Michigan at the free throw line.

    Johnson made six free throws over the final 25 seconds, and Arizona held on for a 72-70 victory over the Wolverines on Saturday after rallying from an 11-point deficit in the second half.

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    Oregon rallies to beat Illinois, stay unbeaten at 9-0

    Oregon's Mike Moser was happy to be home.

    The senior transfer from UNLV played at Portland's Grant High School. He easily had the loudest cheering section Saturday night when he had 14 points and nine rebounds in the 15th-ranked Ducks' 71-64 victory over Illinois at the Moda Center, home of the NBA's Trail Blazers.

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    RNo. 13 Oregon tops UC Irvine 91-63 to move to 10-0

    The return of Dominic Artis has given Oregon a bounty of talented players, a problem coach Dana Altman is happy to have.

    Artis, last year's starting point guard, returned from a nine-game suspension to score five points and grab eight rebounds in the No. 13 Ducks' 91-63 win over UC Irvine on Tuesday night.

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    Chasson Randle, Stanford upset No. 10 UConn

    Stanford finally has a signature win. UConn has its first loss.

    Chasson Randle scored 22 points, and the Cardinal upset the 10th-ranked Huskies 53-51 on Wednesday night.

    It was the first win for Stanford (8-2) against a top-25 team away from Palo Alto since the 2008 NCAA tournament. The Cardinal's previous seven wins this season came over teams that were a combined 32-41.

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    Aaron Gordon nets 21 to help No. 1 Arizona rout Southern

    The signs were there for a letdown.

    Arizona was coming off arguably its biggest win of the season. The Wildcats were playing without 7-foot center Kaleb Tarczewski and in the midst of finals for their coursework.

    It wasn't always pretty, but they shook off the distractions and pulled away for another victory.

    Aaron Gordon scored 21 points, Nick Johnson added 17 and Arizona opened its second week at No. 1 with a 69-43 rout of Southern on Thursday night.

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    Jason Calliste scores 31, Oregon remains unbeaten after OT win

    Oregon coach Dana Altman said his squad lucky to remain undefeated.

    The No. 13 Ducks (11-0) beat Brigham Young 100-96 in overtime after a furious second-half comeback on Saturday night.

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    Nick Johnson, No. 1 Arizona coast to rout of NAU

    Arizona knocked off some quality opponents, rolled over a few overmatched ones and grinded out victories even when things didn't go so well.

    The Wildcats weren't perfect during their nonconference season, but their record was, and that's all that matters to them.

    Nick Johnson scored 20 points, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson added 14 and top-ranked Arizona rolled over Northern Arizona 77-44 on Monday night to complete its second straight undefeated nonconference slate.

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    Booker's 19 points lead No. 21 Colorado to win

    Colorado was drawing fouls taking the ball to the rim, and when the Buffaloes got to the line, they didn't miss.

    The Buffaloes made all 26 of their free throws, the most in a game without a miss in school history, and No. 21 Colorado finished strong to beat Georgia 84-70 on Saturday night.

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    No. 12 Oregon thwarts Morgan State, continues stellar start

    Oregon coach Dana Altman said there probably isn't a team in the country satisfied with how it's playing right now and his is no different.

    The 12th-ranked Ducks just look better doing it than most.

    Joseph Young scored 24 points and Oregon continued its best start in eight seasons with a 97-76 victory over Morgan State on Sunday.

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    No. 1 Arizona holds WSU to 25 points in record-breaker

    An outstanding Arizona defense faced a weak, short-handed Washington State offense, and the result was a record-breaking victory for the top-ranked Wildcats.

    Kaleb Tarczewski scored 11 points, and Arizona opened its Pac-12 season with a 60-25 rout of the Cougars on Thursday night, shattering the McKale Center record for fewest points by a team.

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    Damyean Dotson's last-second OT dunk lifts No. 10 Ducks over Utah

    One possession changed the game for No. 10 Oregon, and Damyean Dotson played the most important role in letting it unfold.

    Faced with Utah setting up a potential game-winning shot in the waning seconds of overtime, Dominic Artis tipped a pass intended for Dallin Bachynski to Dotson, and he raced down the court for a breakaway dunk with 1 second left.

    Dotson's basket sealed a 70-68 comeback victory in dramatic fashion and helped the Ducks remain unbeaten in Thursday night's Pac-12 opener for both teams.

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