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Tyler Dorsey hits 8 3-pointers as No. 15 Oregon routs Washington

Oregon’s Dillon Brooks, left, is fouled by Washington’s Carlos Johnson in the first half of Wednesday’s Pac-12 game  in Seattle. (Elaine Thompson / Associated Press)
Oregon’s Dillon Brooks, left, is fouled by Washington’s Carlos Johnson in the first half of Wednesday’s Pac-12 game in Seattle. (Elaine Thompson / Associated Press)
By Tim Booth Associated Press

SEATTLE – Tyler Dorsey made eight 3-pointers and finished with 28 points, and No. 15 Oregon overcame foul trouble to pull away in the second half for an 83-61 win over Washington on Wednesday night.

Playing in an opponent’s gym for only the second time this season, the Ducks shook off foul problems for its two leading scorers – Dillon Brooks and Chris Boucher – to easily take care of the Huskies. Oregon (14-2, 3-0 Pac-12) was 14 of 26 on 3-pointers, led by Dorsey going 8 of 12.

The sophomore set a career high with the eight 3s, the most for an Oregon player since Tajuan Porter set the school record with 10 in 2006 against Portland State. Dorsey finished one point off his career high of 29 set earlier this season against Savannah State.

Markelle Fultz led Washington (7-7, 0-2) with 22 points, but the Huskies shot just 4 of 16 on 3s.

Jordan Bell, who left in the first half with an apparent left knee injury only to return just before halftime, was the only other Oregon player in double figures with 10 points. Brooks, averaging 14.8 points per game, had just eight.

Oregon’s only other road game this season came in its second game, a 66-49 loss to undefeated Baylor. The Ducks dropped their opener at the Maui Invitational but have won 12 straight after taking care of their northern neighbors.

The Ducks took control with a 12-0 run late in the first half, only to see Washington surge to start the second half, pulling to 42-39. That was answered by a seven-point run by the Ducks – with five of the points coming from Dorsey – as the lead remained near double figures. Brooks finally checked back in with 14 minutes remaining and the Ducks holding a 10-point lead, but he picked up his fourth foul with 10:21 left.

It didn’t matter, thanks to Dorsey. Washington got as close as 55-47 with 11:55 to go, but a pair of 3-pointers by Dorsey and his pass to Casey Benson open for a corner 3 quickly pushed the lead back to 18.

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