Oregon (11-3, 0-1) has a chance to bounce back after getting tripped up and upset in their Pac-12 opener against Colorado as they head to Jon M. Huntsman to take on Utah (10-3, 1-0).
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It wasn’t pretty last time out for the No. 4 ranked Ducks as they fell to Colorado 74-65. The loss — the ninth in a row for Oregon at Colorado — snapped a five-game win streak by the Ducks despite 21 points from Payton Pritchard.
“We’ve won a lot of games; this is just one place we’ve had a hard time,” head coach Dana Altman told The Oregonian. “Colorado’s won once at our place. We haven’t won here. It’s one of those things. They got a good team and one of the best home courts. You look at KenPom, it’s a good place, tough place to play.”
The Ducks trailed nearly the entire game, allowing 46 second half points from Colorado.
“The ball wasn’t moving; we got to move it a little better,” Altman said. “We got to put him in in a better spot. We got to run some more things. The ball has to got move a lot better.
“We got to put them in a better position,” Altman added. “That’s part of my fault; I got to demand some better ball movement and got to get guys in better position. The ball has got to move a little better. We tried Shakur back in there and he went 4 for 5 and had some awful turnovers, especially late there. We got a long way to go.”
As Oregon has struggled in Colorado, the Utes have struggled against the Ducks, losing 15 of their last 17.
“It’s going to be important for us to bounce back — fortunately we don’t have to get on a plane and deal with that,” Utah coach Larry Krystkowiak told the Desert News. “They’ve been a problem for us and we have to be dialed in and disciplined.”
Utah had a nice showing in their opener on Thursday, utilizing 25 points from forward Timmy Allen. He played all 40 minutes.
“Timmy —he hasn’t taken his foot off the pedal. He’s got a great approach to our practice and he’s completely engaged with what we’re trying to do,” Krystkowiak said. “To be able to play 40 minutes with effort at both ends of the floor speaks volumes.”
Oregon is a 4.5-point road favorite against the Utes. The total is 144.5. Oregon are 16-4 ATS in their last 20 games, according to Odds Shark. Utah hasn’t lost in its last eight games at home.
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