No. 10 Oregon vs. California final score: Cal gives Ducks second-straight loss, 58-54

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A late jump ball sealed Cal's upset of the No. 10 Ducks.

The No. 10 Oregon Ducks dropped their second game in a row Saturday, this one a 58-54 loss at the California Golden Bears to cap off a disastrous two-game road stretch.

Oregon held the ball down 56-54 and a chance to tie, and it called timeout with 17 seconds left. E.J. Singler missed a three, and Tony Woods grabbed an offensive rebound. But Cal's David Kravish forced a jump ball, and the possession arrow awarded the Bears the ball.

Oregon immediately fouled on the new possession, and Cal's Justin Cobbs made two free throws.

Ducks point guard Johnathan Loyd appeared to injure his right thumb late in the first half, and he missed the half's final 20 seconds. He was escorted to the locker room with a towel over his face, but he returned to start the second half. Loyd, who has now started three games in place of the injured Domonic Artis, finished with eight points and seven assists.

Allen Crabbe and Richard Solomon led the Golden Bears with 13 points each. Solomon also had 12 rebounds.

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