Broncos' half court shot ends Ducks' 46-game home win streak

Broncos' half court shot ends Ducks' 46-game home win streak

Pritchard then dribbled end to end for the tying layup before Williams let fly from the center circle for the victor.

Lexus Williams hit the victor from the middle of the "O" painted at center court to give the Boise State the 73-70 win at Matthew Knight Arena.

"As soon as I let it go, I thought it was good", Williams said.

The next chance for the Ducks comes on December 8 when Colorado State visits Matthew Knight Arena.

The Boise State Broncos are 5-1 at home this season, 7-1 against conference opponents and 2-2 against non-conference opponents. All 14 of Boise State's transition points came in the second half. Chandler Hutchison led the Broncos with 20 points and 10 rebounds.

Pritchard continued his hot shooting with a game-high 28 points on 9 of 16 from the field, including 3-for-7 from beyond the arc.

After the game on Friday, as Altman rose concerns about Oregon's fouls, turnovers and rebounding, he couldn't really remember how his team responded after that 2015 loss to Arizona.

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Andrew Vickers had 15 points and Nico Bricker 11 points and seven rebounds for L&C. Boise State went to the foul line 25 times, making 18, to the Ducks' 10-of-10 effort.

Chris Sengfelder hit both free throws to put Boise State up 70-68 with eight seconds remaining. "For us to lose in that fashion, it hurts". Then they allowed a 16-2 run midway through the second half that was sparked by the Broncos finding their rhythm from long-range.

"We didn't get back and put our defense together". The Mountain West commissioner and committee wanted the game at Boise no matter what and they did get their way. A senior post, he had 19 points and a career-high 21 rebounds in a loss at Cal State San Marcos. OR freshman Troy Brown Jr. didn't play after suffering a concussion against Oklahoma in the final round of the PK80 on Sunday.

Brown's absence plus the foul trouble left Altman having to rely more on his younger players, and his three available freshmen had just four points.

As fun as it's been to watch Fresno get this far, beating Boise two weeks in a row might be asking too much - especially with this game on the road.

"Really disappointed", OR coach Dana Altman said.