After so much had gone so wrong for No. 16 Oregon, coach Ernie Kent figured his Ducks would win when Tajuan Porter went to the free-throw line for a chance at a rare four-point play in the final seconds of regulation.
Porter's seventh 3-pointer tied it, but he missed his only free throw of the game Saturday, and Nebraska dominated the overtime to beat the Ducks 88-79.
Tajuan Porter led the Ducks with 29 points followed by Hairston's 25, Taylor with 9 and Frantz Dorsainvil (pictured) off the bench with 4.
Oregon will be on the road again when they take on Oakland University in Detroit, Michigan next Saturday at 6:00 PM local time. The game will be broadcast on local radio, 590 KUGN am.