Oregon has the chance to pick up a top seed in the upcoming Pac-12 tournament with a win over Oregon State on Saturday afternoon. The Ducks have won five straight and the first two of their current three-game road trip. The Beavers' miserable season has a good chance of ending with just one Pac-12 win after suffering back-to-back 30-point defeats. Oregon has won six of the last seven meetings against Oregon State. Tipoff is set for 6:00 PM Eastern time and it can be seen on ESPN2, WatchESPN, and the ESPN mobile app.

No. 6 Oregon (26-4, 15-2 Pac-12)

Not only are the Ducks looking to win the Pac-12 regular season, but they also still have a shot at getting one of the coveted top seeds in the NCAA Tournament.

The only blemishes they've had have been on the road, and they still haven't been impressive away from their friendly confines. Considering their in-state rivals have had a miserable season, they'll likely be up for a bigger challenge than expected.

Dillon Brooks (15.6 ppg) was limited by his standards last time out with 14 points. Prior to that, he scored 18 or more points in the last seven games. Luckily, Payton Pritchard (8 ppg, 3.9 apg) stepped up in the last game with 13 points.

Oregon State (5-25, 1-16 Pac-12)

How bad has it been for the Beavers this season? They've been outscored by 10 points throughout the season and the offense continues to get worse. They were able to get a shocking upset win over Utah two weeks ago, which is a bad enough loss for the Utes to knock them out of the tournament, but that's been the lone highlight this year.

Stephen Thompson Jr. (16.2 ppg, 4.2 rpg) accounted for nearly half of Oregon State's offense with 31 points in the 68-67 win over Utah. Despite the great performance, he struggled in the recent three games around that with 12 or less points. Kendal Manuel (7.7 ppg) has started to step up with eight or more points in the last three games.

Oregon has been given a huge 18-point line by Vegas and the O/U is set at 133 points. The Ducks have been a successful 17-12 against the spread this season, but have struggled recently, splitting the last four road games 2-2.

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