No. 16 Oregon vs. Washington final score: Ducks stay unbeaten in Pac-12 with 81-76 win

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The Oregon Ducks remain one of the biggest surprises of the college basketball season, with yet another Pac-12 win. The Ducks are now 7-0 in conference.

The Oregon Ducks just keep rolling. Saturday, 18 points from E.J. Singler made the difference as No. 16 Oregon topped the Washington Huskies, 81-76, in a sloppy Pac-12 contest.

No. 16 Oregon is now 7-0 in conference, climbing in the national rankings and has emerged as the team to beat in the Pac-12.

A scorching performance from the field was the key Saturday night for the Ducks, who shot 26-for-45, good for 58 percent. Singler made seven of his nine attempts.

The two teams combined for 45 turnovers (23 from Oregon), but also shot the ball well. Washington was 27-of-52 from the field, led by 15 points from Andrew Andrews. Five Huskies scored in double figures in the loss.

Down for most of the game, Washington made a run toward the end to climb back into it, cutting the deficit to four in the final minute. But the Ducks made seven free throws in the final 1:07 to seal the victory

The win was Oregon's ninth in a row and 13th in 14 tries. The Ducks visit Stanford next on Jan. 30 and the Huskies will host Arizona on Jan. 31.

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