PALO ALTO, California (Ticker) -- A trip to the Bay Area stalled the high-powered offense of No. 10 Oregon.
Julius Barnes scored 17 points and Matt Lottich added 15 as Stanford cruised to an 81-57 rout of the Ducks, who lost their second straight Pac-10 Conference contest.
Oregon (10-4, 1-3 Pac-10) went into its two-game trip leading the Pac-10 in scoring at 88.5 points per game. The Ducks suffered an 88-72 loss at California on Thursday and sputtered badly again Saturday.
The Cardinal (11-4, 2-1) used a 19-0 run bridging both halves to build a commanding 52-29 cushion. Freshman Matt Haryasz had four points in the burst, including a dunk for a 41-29 halftime advantage.
Lottich and Barnes opened the second half with 3-pointers and Barnes added a layup. Cardinal center Rob Little made 1-of-2 at the line and added an inside hoop to make it 52-29 with 16:33 remaining.
Luke Ridnour scored 19 points to hit 1,014 for his career, joining teammate Luke Jackson in topping the 1,000-point plateau. There are 24 players that have reached that milestone for the Ducks.
Lottich drilled five 3-pointers for the second straight game for all of his points. He nailed several down the stretch in Thursday's 57-54 victory over Oregon State in which Stanford rallied from a 15-point deficit in the second half.
The Cardinal held a 45-26 rebounding advantage despite having starting forward Justin Davis, the Pac-10's leading rebounder, out with a left MCL tear. Nick Robinson grabbed 11 boards and Little added eight.
Josh Childress scored 14 points and grabbed eight rebounds and Robinson netted 13 points for Stanford, which made 11-of-19 shots from beyond the arc. Childress had a dunk on a fast break with 2:03 remaining that demonstrated the ease of the victory.
Jackson scored only seven points on 3-of-11 shooting and Ridnour made only 6-of-17 shots. Oregon shot 33 percent (19-of-57) and had just seven assists.
Stanford has won 17 straight home games in the series. Oregon's last win here came on January 13, 1986.