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Pritchard, Brown lead Oregon to 84-57 win over Washington St

EUGENE, Ore. (AP) -- Oregon's sudden sense of urgency is showing in Payton Pritchard's play. It comes from being the only starter back from last year's Final Four team and how the Ducks need to finish strong to reach the postseason again. Pritchard had 19 points and 10 assists, and Troy Brown Jr. also had a double-double to lead Oregon past Washington State 84-57 on Sunday night.
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