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Beavers Can’t Hang, Get Routed By Ducks 85-43

Ducks destroy Beavers in one-sided Civil War

Oregon State v Oregon Photo by Steve Dykes/Getty Images

It’s the same old song and dance this year, that seems to continue to get worse. The Beavers started slow and kept that pace for the entirety of the game. The Ducks started the game on a 21-0 run with Oregon State not scoring until a little over 9 minutes into the game. Drew Eubanks (10 points) and Kendal Manuel (3 points) were the only players to score for OSU in the first half. Oregon led 41-13 at halftime.

The Ducks finished shooting 51% from the field including 47% on three-pointers. The amount of open shots they had should be alarming for the Beavers coaching staff and something that is clearly going to need to be adjusted going forward. The Ducks had quite a few highlight dunks during this game as well. It often looked like they were in shoot around with how open the driving lanes were. The Beavers offense was almost non-existent the entire game too. Oregon completely had their way with the Beavers tonight.

Drew Eubanks was the leading scorer for Oregon State putting in 19 points on 7-10 shooting to go along with 6 rebounds, but struggled taking care of the ball with 7 turnovers. Stephen Thompson Jr. was the only other Beaver in double digits with 10 points on just 3-13 shooting. For the Ducks, Payton Pritchard scored 17 points and was 4-4 from downtown while Dylan Ennis put in 16 points with 4 rebounds and 5 assists.

The Beavers now stand at 4-14 (0-5 PAC 12) and have dropped 5 straight games. They will look to break their losing streak January 19 at 8:00 p.m. when they face off at home against Stanford.