Colorado vs. Oregon: Buffaloes Upset Ducks In Waning Seconds 63-62

The Colorado Buffaloes went into halftime with a one point lead over the Oregon Ducks. Whatever both coaches told their teams in halftime must have worked. Colorado led by as many as eight in the second half before before a cold spell on the floor led to an Oregon 10 point run to take a 60-58 lead with 2:30 left. Andre Robinson scored the go-ahead basket with 10 seconds left after picking up his 10th rebound and his 18th double double in conference play. Devoe Joseph missed the game winning three pointer as Colorado pulled off the upset 63-62.

Oregon was plagued by terrible outside shooting, only hitting 4-22 from three point range. E.J. Singler was 1-6 and Devoe Joseph was 0-7. The Ducks kept it close by out rebounding the smaller Colorado line-up 38-25. The loss most likely ends any talk Oregon had of a potential at-large bid while Colorado will move onto the semifinals to face the No. 2 seed Cal.

For more updates throughout the game on the Ducks, head to Addicted to Quack, and for updates on the Buffaloes, head to The Ralphie Report, and for more updates, follow SB Nation Seattle's StoryStream.

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