EUGENE, Oregon (Ticker) -- Luke Ridnour and Luke Jackson restored some order to McArthur Court.
Ridnour scored 24 points and Jackson added 18 and 10 rebounds as No. 7 Oregon bounced back from having its 23-game home winning streak snapped by rallying for a 94-73 Pac-10 Conference victory over Arizona State.
Oregon (10-2, 1-1 Pac-10) saw its school-record home streak come to an end with an 81-72 loss to Arizona on Thursday. The Ducks trailed by as many as nine points in the first half and faced a 39-33 halftime deficit before blitzing the Sun Devils with a season-high 61 points in the second half.
"We had a painful lesson on Thursday," Oregon coach Ernie Kent said. "Hopefully, it was a lesson well-learned."
Arizona State (9-4, 1-1) still held a 51-48 lead after a basket by Kyle Dodd with 14 minutes left. Ridnour made a jumper and Jackson dunked to start a streak of 21 straight points, during which the Ducks held the Sun Devils scoreless for more than five minutes.
Reserve Jay Anderson scored eight points in the spurt, including a 3-pointer and a three-point play. Andre Joseph's two foul shots ended it and provided a 69-51 cushion with under nine minutes remaining.
"It was nice to come off the bench and give the team some energy," Anderson said. "My grandpa told me before the game, 'Just get me 10 points.'"
Ridnour was the catalyst to the high-scoring effort in the second half with 19 points. "A big part of the second-half play was our defense," Ridnour said. "It shows the guts and heart of the team. It was an awesome team win."
Oregon shot a sizzling 81 percent (21-of-26) in the second half after a mediocre 38.5 percent (10-of-26) in the first half. The Ducks eclipsed their 60-point second half in a 108-67 victory over Cal-Riverside A WEEK AGO.
The Sun Devils got a huge game from freshman Ike Diogu, who finished with 27 points and eight rebounds. Diogu looked unstoppable at times and entered averaging 17.9 points and 6.8 rebounds.
"I thought our team did well in the first half," Arizona State coach Rob Evans said. "Oregon shot the ball very well."
Anderson and Joseph each netted 10 points as Oregon's reserves came up with 30 points in comparison to 18 for Arizona State's bench. Ridnour handed out seven assists and Joseph had five.
"I thought our bench was outstanding tonight," Kent said. "I think this game was a breakthrough game for our bench."
A 3-pointer by Diogu triggered an 11-3 spurt for Arizona State as it took a 30-21 lead with 6:37 left in the first half. Diogu scored 13 points in the second half.
Arizona State was simply shredded in the second half, turned in their worst defensive effort of the season and had a five-game winning streak snapped.