Joseph Young scored 15 of his 19 points in the second half and
The 342nd meeting between the rivals was their first in the Pac-12 tournament and carried plenty of implications for Oregon's
The defending tournament champion Ducks (23-8) came through after a shaky start, relying on their depth and superb second-half shooting to earn a spot in Thursday's quarterfinals against second-seeded
Jason Calliste scored 17 points and Oregon made 16 of 20 shots in the second half for its eighth straight victory. The Ducks outscored Oregon State, 46-6, off the bench and made 10 of 16 from three-point range.
Angus Brandt scored 20 points and Roberto Nelson had 19 in what was probably their final game with the Beavers (16-15).
After opening Pac-12 play at 3-8, the Ducks have looked more like the top-10 team they were at the beginning of the season, reeling off seven victories to close out the regular season. Oregon picked up a big one to close the season, beating then-No. 3
The Beavers are not only Oregon's biggest rival, they beat the Ducks in January and their only shot at reaching the NCAA tournament was to win the Pac-12.
The Ducks led, 41-40, at halftime after scoring 15 points on Oregon State's 10 turnovers.
Utah (21-10) dominated the first half before Washington rallied in the second to set up a close finish.
Dakarai Tucker put the Utes ahead, 63-60, on a three-pointer from the corner with 37 seconds left and Brandon Taylor made two free throws after Washington's Nigel Williams-Goss missed a potential tying three-pointer.
Utah moves on to face top-seeded Arizona in the quarterfinals on Thursday.
Washington (17-15) fought back after trailing by 12 in the first half but couldn't get shots to fall down the stretch.
Stanford 74, Washington State 63: Chasson Randle scored 22 points as the Cardinal (20-11) defeated the Cougars (10-21) in the last game of the day.