The Oregon Ducks erased an 11-point deficit with under 10 minutes remaining to take down the Utah Utes 68-66 in a late-night Pac-12 quarterfinals game Thursday in Las Vegas.

It looked like Utah’s Sedrick Barefield would make a layup in the final seconds to send the game to overtime, but Oregon’s Kenny Wooten made a game-saving rejection for the Ducks.

What makes Wooten’s play even more incredible is that he did the exact same thing the night before!

Oregon had a two-point lead over Washington State in the final seconds of overtime Wednesday night, and Wooten made a ridiculous block right before the buzzer for the win.

Wooten and the Ducks (22-11) will look to keep up their magic in a Pac-12 semifinals matchup against the USC Trojans on Friday night.


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