March 3, 2012
-Junior center Jason Washburn led all scorers with a career-high 26 points on a career-best 11-of-19 from the field. He was also 4-of-4 at the free throw line. It was Washburn's third career game with 20 or more points, and his second of the season, as he accounted for more than half of Utah's points in the 94-48 loss. His 26 points tied for the most scored in a game by any Ute this season.
-Washburn also posted team highs of seven rebounds and two blocks.
-Oregon shot 56.5% from the field, making 35-of-62 shots, setting season highs for shooting percentage, field goals made and field goals attempted by any Utah opponent this season. The Ducks also made 15-of-33 from 3-point range, tying the Utah opponent season high for made 3's and surpassing the mark for most attempted.
-Freshman forward Blake Wilkinson gave the Utes 14 minutes off the bench and grabbed five rebounds, scored three points and dished one assist. Junior guard Kyle Perkins played seven minutes and knocked down a 3-pointer on his only shot attempt, his second 3-pointer of the season.
-Utah trailed 52-14 at halftime, its largest first-half deficit of the year. The Utes' 14 points tied for the third-fewest in a half since 1990. The 46-point differential in the final score of 94-48 marked largest margin of defeat in school history.
Scores First: Oregon