EUGENE, Oregon (Ticker) -- Luke Jackson, Robert Johnson and Luke Ridnour got No. 6 Oregon going, and the Ducks rolled to a 96-66 victory over Portland.
Jackson and Johnson scored six points apiece and Ridnour added four as Oregon (4-0) started the game with a 16-3 run. The Ducks never looked back as they got revenge for the 79-78 defeat they suffered last season at Portland's Chiles Center.
"Them beating us last year left a sour taste," Jackson said. "We played bad last year. This year it was nice to get on our game and set the record straight."
Jackson finished with 21 points to lead five Ducks in double figures and also added 12 rebounds. Ridnour scored 17, while Johnson had 10 on 3-of-3 shooting and is shooting 75 percent from the floor this season.
Ian Crosswhite scored 16 points in his first start of the season. The redshirt freshman center also grabbed seven rebounds.
"He did a great job starting out there," Oregon coach Ernie Kent said. "It was a good lesson for him."
The Ducks led 50-30 at halftime and extended their margin to as many as 35 points in the second half.
Oregon is 4-0 for the third consecutive season and has won 20 consecutive home games.
Portland (3-1) has lost its last 12 straight games against Oregon at McArthur Court. Donald Wilson and Karl Aaker led the Pilots with 13 points apiece.
"Tonight we were outplayed by the No. 6 team in the nation," Portland coach Michael Holton said. "We obviously grew up in public today. We'll grow as a basketball team after games like these."
Oregon avoided a letdown with No. 13 Kansas next on its schedule, Saturday in Portland. The Jayhawks kept the Ducks from the Final Four last year with a 104-86 win in the Midwest Region final.
"Now we can get caught up with the community in the hype for the Kansas game," Kent said.