Oregon Vs. Colorado: Buffaloes Hang On, Final Score 63-62

`The Colorado Buffaloes held on to win, 63-62, eliminating to Oregon Ducks from the Pac 12 tournament and any chance Oregon had of makin the NCAA tournament. The game was close throughout, and Oregon was able to capture the lead a few times. Now the semifinals will feature two teams that began this tournament on Wednesday.

The clean game from the first half continues in the second, with the two teams combining for just 17 turnovers. The game came down to the last possession, with Oregon's Devoe Joseeph missing the potential game winning three pointer. Oregon was able to pull down eight offensive rebounds in the second half, but the Ducks' field goal percentage never improved.

The Buffaloes were led by Carlyon Brown with 18 points, 7-13 from the field a 2-4 from behind the arc. Easily the player of the game, he made crucial shots after Oregon squeaked ahead in the final minutes. But it was Andre Robinson, who finished with 12 points and 10 rebounds, that got the offensive rebound and layup with 10 seconds left that won the game for Colorado.

Be sure to check the tournament schedule, for tomorrow's start times.

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