No. 19 Oregon vs. Colorado final score: Buffaloes upset Ducks, 48-47

Steve Dykes

Colorado avenged a bad loss to Utah on Saturday by taking out the second-best team in the Pac-12, No. 21 Oregon, on the road on Thursday.

The Colorado Buffaloes did not hold a lead during the first 39 minutes and 31 seconds of their game against the No. 19 Oregon Ducks on Thursday night, but Andre Roberson's layup with 29 seconds remaining lifted the Buffs to a 48-47 upset victory.

For more on this game, head over to RALPHIE REPORT.

Oregon led by as many as eight points in the first half and held a five-point advantage at the break, but Colorado stayed close in a defensive struggle that saw both teams make less than 37 percent of their field goal attempts. Still, Oregon went up by seven points after Carlos Emory's dunk with 4:29 remaining and appeared to be in position to win its 19th game of the season. However, the Buffaloes finished the game on an 8-0 run while Oregon went 0-for-4 and turned the ball over three times during the pivotal stretch.

Roberson finished with 10 points and 13 rebounds to pace Colorado, while Emory and E.J. Singler scored 14 points apiece for Oregon.

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