Host: Maverick Pallack, Tyler Kastan and Austin Cracraft
6:00 Previewing the night’s action
- Jordan Brenner is at the defending state champions Thurston boys basketball’s home opener vs. Milwaukie
- Matt Tyra at Matthew Knight Arena for Oregon volleyball’s second round matchup
6:05 No Oregon football, but bowl season looms
- Oregon dominates OSU
- What bowl game will the Ducks make?
- MVPs and final regular season impressions
6:25 Women’s basketball has been outstanding
- Only one true test so far
- Long break could create rust
6:35 Men’s basketball has early struggles
- Freshman growing pains
- Houston a must-win nonconference game?
6:45 Oregon volleyball advances to second round
- Johnson and Vander Weide lead team over Aggies
- Preview Baylor match
6:55-10:00 Friday Night Spotlight
- 88.1 FM: Oregon volleyball hosts Baylor for the second round of NCAA Tournament
- KWVA 2: Thurston boys’ basketball hosts Milwaukie in home opener
Texas Southern upsets Oregon 89-84 behind a stellar second half by the Tigers. Oregon led 39-32 at the half, but a collective team effort by Texas Southern led to a 57 point second half comeback. The Tigers had four players in double digits, including Jones and Reed who ended with 23 and 20 respectively. Reed in particular led his team with 23 points going 9-9 from the field and 5-5 from the free throw line. In the second half, TSU shot 19-33 from the field, 55% from three, and 13-17 from the line. It was not until the 13 minute mark that Oregon found another player in double digits as Bol Bol led all scorers with 32 points, including 4-6 from the behind the arc. Kenny Wooten went down late in the first half which greatly impacted their front court play. The Ducks were out-rebounded 41-32 and turned the ball over 12 times, including several times late in games. Texas Southern avenged their 74-68 loss from a year ago and improve to 2-4 on the season, whereas the Oregon falls to 4-2 and will look to bounce back against a 4-0 University of Houston team on Saturday, December 1 at 8 pm.
Game Story (By: Sean MacPherson)
Head Coach Dana Altman
Junior Guard Payton Pritchard