EUGENE, Oregon (Ticker) -- Oregon got a wasted trip to the East Coast out of its system.
Luke Ridnour scored 21 points and Luke Jackson added a triple-double as the fifth-ranked Ducks bounced back from its first loss of the season by cruising to a 107-66 rout of overmatched Florida A&M.
Oregon (7-1) suffered its first loss with a humiliating 77-52 defeat to Cincinnati on Tuesday in the Jimmy V Classic in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The Ducks trailed by as many as 30 points in the second half and were never in the game.
"There were some things we wanted to accomplish and we accomplished all of them," Oregon coach Ernie Kent said. "There were people that came up to me in disbelief after the loss and we wanted to get this community in it and show some character."
It was a completely different story in this one as Oregon placed six players in double figures for its 20th straight home victory. Jackson finished with 14 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists and freshman Ian Crosswhite added 18 points.
Jackson notched his second career triple-double and the third in Oregon's history. Ron Lee had the other in 1972.
"Our whole team was very frustrated after that last game," Jackson said. "That was a hard game to deal with. I think our team will learn something from that game."
The winning streak at McArthur Court is set to receive a stern test on Sunday when Minnesota visits.
"Now we've got a huge test again on Sunday," Ridnour added. "They're really well-coached and they know their system well. That's a huge game for us."
Oregon improved to 31-7 record when Jackson and Ridnour both score in double figures, including a 19-0 mark at home.
Jermaine Hill scored 17 points to lead Florida A&M (3-4), which fell to 0-3 against ranked opponents. The three defeats have come by an average of over 35 points.
James Davis scored all 13 of his first-half points in a 28-7 run that opened up a 46-23 advantage. The Ducks held a 55-33 halftime cushion.
Oregon opened the second half with a 23-5 run, including 11 points from Ridnour. The Ducks shot a sizzling 65.5 percent (19-of-29) in the second half.
Ridnour, Davis, Crosswhite and reserve Andre Joseph each had four assists. Oregon had 30 assists on 39 baskets.
"To have 30 assists on 39 baskets tell you about the chemistry of this group," Kent said. "The biggest thing we accomplished was coming out with no injuries."
Joseph scored 13 points as Oregon's reserves finished with 39 points. No starter played more than 29 minutes.
Moses White and Terrence Woods each scored 11 points. Woods had six of the Rattlers' 18 turnovers.