Idahost 16 19 35
Oregon 54 33 87
Date of game: 12/8/2012

Recap: Oregon vs. Idaho State

Eugene, OR (Sports Network) - The Oregon Ducks got 35 points from their bench as they cruised to an 87-35 victory over the Idaho State Bengals at Matthew Knight Arena.

Damyean Dotson led the way for Oregon (8-1) with 12 points, while Arsalan Kazemi, Tony Woods and Dominic Artis all scored 11. Willie Moore dropped eight points off the bench after not scoring in the previous four contests. Oregon won the rebounding battle by a large margin, 47-19.

Melvin Morgan was the lone Bengal in double figures with 11 points. Idaho State (1-6) shot just 27.9 percent as a team.

The Bengals led 5-4 in the early going before Oregon ran off 17 straight to take a commanding 21-4 lead. The Ducks kept their foot on the pedal and closed the half with a 33-11 run. They shot 20-of-31 from the floor and led 54-16 after the first period.

ISU continued to struggle from the floor in the second half as the Bengals shot 6-of-24 primarily against the Ducks' reserves. E.J. Singler led the Ducks with 25 minutes played while three members of the Bengals played 34 minutes or more.

Oregon improved to 5-1 all-time against Idaho State.

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