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LeKendric Longmire had 15 for the Ducks
LeKendric Longmire had 15 for the Ducks
eDuck Sports
Posted Jan 17, 2009


The Oregon Ducks couldn't recover from a poor shooting first half, and, despite an energetic charge in the second half, fell short against Washington State. Here are eDuck's photos from the game.



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LeKendric Longmire got things going early, but didn't get the call on this drive despite his urging for an
Mike Dunigan had this block early on Aron Baynes, but Baynes finished with 19 on 6-10 shooting and Dunigan fouled out after 21 minutes of playing time (to Baynes's 34)
Tujaun Porter didn't start and didn't score in the first half.  He got this lay-up blocked, but came back in the second half with four 3-pointers to finish with 15 points for the game.
Things heated up in the second half when Joevan Catron was blocked by Baynes (11) and DeAngelo (23), knocked to the floor, but not given the foul on the body...
Coach Kent then took his second technical and argued his case, in vain, to referee Deron White.
Kent's ejection infused the Ducks with some energy, and while Longmire didn't get this steal, his hustle inspired the Ducks who on several occasions got the lead down to single digits.
Kent's technicals also seemed to have an impact on the officiating, as it seemed the Ducks finally got a few calls near the end of the game, including this no-call when Porter appeared to carry it.
And so it goes for the Ducks...0-6 in the Pac-10 but #1 in cheerleading!
Despite the pleading of the Pit Crew, poor shooting from Oregon and great free throw shooting from WSU (28 for 28) lead to yet another Pac-10 loss.

LeKendric Longmire got things going early, but didn't get the call on this drive despite his urging for an "and one."
Mike Dunigan had this block early on Aron Baynes, but Baynes finished with 19 on 6-10 shooting and Dunigan fouled out after 21 minutes of playing time (to Baynes's 34)
Tujaun Porter didn't start and didn't score in the first half. He got this lay-up blocked, but came back in the second half with four 3-pointers to finish with 15 points for the game.
Things heated up in the second half when Joevan Catron was blocked by Baynes (11) and DeAngelo (23), knocked to the floor, but not given the foul on the body...
Coach Kent then took his second technical and argued his case, in vain, to referee Deron White.
Kent's ejection infused the Ducks with some energy, and while Longmire didn't get this steal, his hustle inspired the Ducks who on several occasions got the lead down to single digits.
Kent's technicals also seemed to have an impact on the officiating, as it seemed the Ducks finally got a few calls near the end of the game, including this no-call when Porter appeared to carry it.
And so it goes for the Ducks...0-6 in the Pac-10 but #1 in cheerleading!
Despite the pleading of the Pit Crew, poor shooting from Oregon and great free throw shooting from WSU (28 for 28) lead to yet another Pac-10 loss.

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LeKendric Longmire got things going early, but didn't get the call on this drive despite his urging for an Mike Dunigan had this block early on Aron Baynes, but Baynes finished with 19 on 6-10 shooting and Dunigan fouled out after 21 minutes of playing time (to Baynes's 34) Tujaun Porter didn't start and didn't score in the first half.  He got this lay-up blocked, but came back in the second half with four 3-pointers to finish with 15 points for the game. Things heated up in the second half when Joevan Catron was blocked by Baynes (11) and DeAngelo (23), knocked to the floor, but not given the foul on the body... Coach Kent then took his second technical and argued his case, in vain, to referee Deron White. Kent's ejection infused the Ducks with some energy, and while Longmire didn't get this steal, his hustle inspired the Ducks who on several occasions got the lead down to single digits. Kent's technicals also seemed to have an impact on the officiating, as it seemed the Ducks finally got a few calls near the end of the game, including this no-call when Porter appeared to carry it. And so it goes for the Ducks...0-6 in the Pac-10 but #1 in cheerleading! Despite the pleading of the Pit Crew, poor shooting from Oregon and great free throw shooting from WSU (28 for 28) lead to yet another Pac-10 loss.



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