SEATTLE (Ticker) -- Tre Simmons and Bobby Jones made sure there would be no repeat of Saturday's fiasco at UCLA.
Simmons and Jones scored 15 points apiece as No. 14 Washington took off early and rolled to its 16th straight victory in Seattle, a 77-56 decision over Oregon in a Pac-10 Conference contest.
On Saturday, Washington couldn't hold a 21-point halftime lead and dropped a 95-86 decision to UCLA.
"I wasn't quite sure how we were going to respond to our last loss, and I guess I got my answer," Washington coach Lorenzo Romar said. "Our guys came out and pretty much from the opening tip played the way we've played the last six games."
Washington (14-2, 4-1 Pac-10) used its pressure defense to score the first 12 points of the game on three dunks and two layups, including two jams and a layup by Simmons. He scored nine points and the Huskies defense forced 13 turnovers as Washington took a 40-29 advantage at the break.
"I thought that (pressure defense) was the difference in the game, particularly in the first 10 minutes," Oregon coach Ernie Kent said. "Their pressure was just incredible, as was this environment up here. Our young guys handled it extremely well, but every time we settled down and were coming up on them, we turned the ball over, and they put the pressure on us again."
The Ducks (10-3, 2-2) scored seven quick points in the first minute of the second half on a jumper by Malik Hairston, a 3-pointer by Seattle native Aaron Brooks and a tip-in by freshman Bryce Taylor to pull within 40-36.
But Jones sparked a 19-5 run with two shots from the arc, a three-point play and two fresfree throws to push the Washington lead to 57-41 with just over 11 minutes remaining.
"You could just see in the opening parts of the game that Bobby had his energy with him and he was going to bounce back from the last game he played at a high level," Romar said of Jones, who had just two points and one rebound against UCLA.
Jones scored 13 points in the second half and Simmons added a career-high 12 rebounds and three steals overall for the Huskies, who are off to their best start since going 14-1 in 1975-76.
Oregon's leading scorer, Brooks was held to nine points on 3-of-9 shooting in the first chance to play in his hometown. The sophomore point guard, who averages 17.5 points and five assists, fouled out with nine minutes to play.
"Obviously, they're a different team with Aaron Brooks in the game," Romar said. "He puts so much pressure on a defense, he's their quarterback, he runs their team. It helped him not being in the game as much due to foul trouble."
Nate Robinson and Jamaal Williams added 14 points apiece for Washington, which improved to 104-33 at home in the all-time series.
Taylor kept the Ducks afloat with a pair of 3-pointers and 10 of his 16 points in the first 20 minutes.
Oregon, which came into the game as the conference's top shooting team at 51 percent, converted just 38 percent (21-of-56) from the floor and turned over the ball 22 times.
Washington forward Brandon Roy did not play because of a stiff knee. The sophomore, who underwent right knee surgery on November 30, has played in five of the last eight since returning December 19 against North Carolina State.