Damyean Dotson keeps Oregon unbeaten with last-second dunk
Oregon stayed unbeaten when Damyean Dotson converted a steal into a tiebreaking dunk in the final seconds to beat Utah.
That's one way to stay unbeaten.
After missing a chance to win the game in regulation, Utah had another chance to take down undefeated Oregon in overtime. The Utes inbounded the ball with under seven seconds left, but Damyean Dotson deflected the next pass, taking it the other way for a winning dunk with 0.6 seconds left.
Utah's Jordan Loveridge missed a potential winning 3 at the buzzer, as Oregon moved to 13-0 with a 70-68 win.
(Video via Pac-12 Network)
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