Ducks Stumble in Palo Alto
January 30, 2013, 10:07 pm
Oregon's stay in the Top 10 will be short lived. Everything Stanford threw up seemed to fall, and the Cardinal crush the Ducks 76-52.
Stanford wasted no time taking control of this game, as the Cardinal established an early 20-8 lead and never looked back.
And when it seemed the shots had to stop falling for the Cardinal, they never did, and their lead continued to grow.
Stanford shot 57% beyond the arc, connecting eight different times from downtown. Meanwhile, Oregon was a paltry 4-16 from the 3-point line.
Oregon was never able to find a rhythm on offense, shooting 35% on the game and only recording four assists as a team. The 20 turnovers also contributed to the Ducks' offensive woes.
Chasson Randall lead the Cardinal with 17 points. Three other starters notched double-digit points as well for Stanford.
For the Ducks, Carlos Emory lead the team with 12 points. No other player reached double digit points.
Oregon falls to 18-3 on the season, and 7-1 in Pac-12 play. They play Cal next on Saturday.