No. 13 Oregon vs. Ole Miss final score: Ducks survive OT thriller


A 39-point game from Marshall Henderson wasn't enough for the Rebels, as Oregon stayed undefeated with a 115-105 overtime victory.

No. 13 Oregon survived a dramatic second-half comeback by Ole Miss on Sunday, as the Ducks were able to pull away in overtime, winning 115-105.

Oregon was up by six points with 40 seconds left, but missed free throws and two three-pointers by Marshall Henderson got the Rebels within three with eight seconds left.

Andy Kennedy drew up a play for Jarvis Summers, using Henderson as a decoy to create this improbable buzzer-beater from Summers:


However, despite the heroics from Summers and Henderson, who had a career-high 39 points off the bench, Oregon's offensive firepower was too much.

UNLV transfer Mike Moser had his best game in a Ducks uniform, with 24 points, 10 rebounds and three assists on 8-of-13 shooting.

Just as important was the play of PG Jonathan Loyd, who ran the team in the absence of Dominic Artis. Loyd had 19 points and 15 assists on 4-7 shooting.

The win, which deprives Ole Miss of a statement non-conference victory, moves Dana Altman's team to 8-0, with only one game left before Artis and Ben Carter return from an NCAA suspension.

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