EUGENE, Oregon (Ticker) -- Luke Ridnour scored 24 points and collected eight assists and Luke Jackson added 20 as ninth-ranked Oregon cruised to a 108-67 rout of Cal-Riverside.
Ridnour tallied 12 consecutive points in the second half, giving the Ducks (9-1) a 69-36 lead with 13:40 left.
Oregon matched a school record with its 23rd straight home win. The Ducks equaled the feat of the 1937-39 Oregon team, which captured the 1939 NCAA championship.
"This game was a good game to get back into our rhythm," Ridnour said. "(It was) a good chance to run and condition to get ready for Pac-10 (competition)."
Kevin Butler and Nate Carter scored 14 points apiece for the Highlanders (1-5), who have dropped all four road contests this season. Aaron Hands pulled down a season-high 11 rebounds for UC-Riverside before fouling out with 5:25 left in the contest.
"We shot the ball better in the second half," Ducks coach Ernie Kent said. "Our man-to-man defense picked up."
Robert Johnson contributed 12 points and 12 rebounds for the Ducks. James Davis and freshman Brandon Lincoln also chipped in 12 apiece.
The Ducks capitalized on Highlander miscues. Oregon converted 28 UC-Riverside turnovers into 31 points.
Oregon was 37-of-72 from the field (51.4 percent), including nine 3-pointers. The Ducks also outrebounded the Highlanders, 46-28.
Meanwhile, the Highlanders shot just 39 percent (24-of-62) and were 6-of-15 from the arc.
UC-Riverside suffered its biggest defeat since losing 104-66 to Cal Poly on January 13, 2001. That also marked the last time an opponent scored more than 100 points against the Highlanders.
"We have been tested and hopefully, with Arizona, all the hype of things will take us to the next level," Kent said.