Oregon vs. BYU final score: Ducks win OT thriller to stay unbeaten, 100-96

Scott Olmos-USA TODAY Sports

BYU led for most of regulation, but Mike Moser tied it with under a minute left, setting up a dramatic overtime.

For a while, it looked like another unbeaten would fall on Saturday.

But Jason Calliste and the No. 13 Oregon Ducks wouldn't hear of it, erasing a near game-long deficit to win in overtime, 99-95.

Oregon kept the game close for most of the night, never trailing by more than eight, but it was a late jumper from Mike Moser that finally tied the game at 84-84 with 1:29 to play, setting up five extra minutes of basketball.

In the extra session, Dameyan Dotson put the Ducks ahead for good with a layup with 35 seconds left, then Moser hit the clinching free throws to make it a two-possession game with just 10.2 seconds left.

Calliste led Oregon with a career-high 31 points. That came on 13-of-13 shooting from the foul line and 4-of-7 shooting from three. Joseph Young added 25 of his own.

Tyler Haws again led BYU in scoring. He had 32 points on 13-of-21 shooting from the field.

With the win, Oregon improves to 11-0 and is one of just 10 unbeaten teams remaining.

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