EUGENE — Damyean Dotson scored 12 points as Oregon demolished Idaho State 87-35 on Saturday.
Arsalan Kazemi, Dominic Artis and Tony Woods had 11 points each for the Ducks (8-1), who are off to their best start in three seasons under coach Dana Altman.
Melvin Morgan scored 11 for the Bengals, who dropped to 1-6 under first-year coach Bill Evans.
"Bill's a really good coach, but they've got a ways to go as a team, so we should've won the game," Altman said. "But I think we played really good today, so we made them look bad because our energy was good, our defensive intensity was better and our ball movement was much better."
Idaho State actually led 5-4 after the first three minutes of the game, but E.J. Singler made a 3-pointer to give the Ducks a 7-5 advantage, and Oregon outscored Idaho State 50-11 the rest of the half to lead 54-16 at the break.
Kazemi had 11 points and six rebounds in the first half. Dotson scored all of his points in the second half.
Oregon dominated Idaho State in every statistical category.
The Ducks outshot the Bengals 52.5 percent to 27.9 percent and outrebounded them 47-19 — including 23-4 in the first half.
Singler finished with nine rebounds, seven points and five assists. Kazemi also had eight rebounds.
"They didn't lack size, we just crashed the boards," Woods said.
After recording 18 or more turnovers in each of the last five games, the Ducks had just seven on Saturday against 19 assists.
"That's been one of our big problems," Singler said. "That's a big one for us. We were really focusing on that this week and it showed tonight."
All 12 players who saw action scored for the Ducks, including their two walk-ons, who both played in the first half.
The Ducks blew the game open with a 22-1 run early in the first half that featured five points from Woods and 3-pointers by Singler, Carlos Emory and Johnathan Loyd, for a 26-6 lead.
Oregon ended the half on an 18-1 run, a stretch highlighted by dunks from Kazemi, Singler and Woods on consecutive possessions.
Dotson, who missed his only shot attempt in the first half, scored nine points in the first four minutes of the second half, and his 3-pointer with 6:10 to play gave the Ducks their largest lead of the game at 82-28.
Oregon State 85,Grambling State 54
At Corvallis, Roberto Nelson had a season-high 26 points to lead Oregon State.
Ahmad Starks added 17 points and Eric Moreland 14 points and 13 rebounds for Oregon State (5-2).
Terry Rose had 19 points for Grambling State (0-6), which has lost all of its games this season by at least 26 points.
Nelson, a junior guard, set a new career high with nine field goals and tied another with five 3-pointers. He was 9 of 13 shooting overall and added four rebounds and three steals.
Moreland's 14 points tied a career high. He now had three straight games with double-digit rebounds.
Oregon State scored the game's first nine points and led 18-3 less than six minutes into the game.
All five of Nelson's 3-pointers came in the first half, leading Oregon State with 20 points at the break.
The Beavers led by as many as 41 in the second half.
UCLA 65, Texas 63
At Houston, Jordan Adams scored 18 points and UCLA closed the game on a 13-2 run to defeat Texas.
Adams converted a three-point play to tie the game at 61 with 1:15 remaining, and found Kyle Anderson in transition to put the Bruins (6-3) up three points with 25 seconds left.
Jonathan Holmes made a layup with 6.3 seconds left to pull the Longhorns within one point, but the Bruins held on for the win.
No. 8 Arizona 66, Clemson 54
At Clemson, S.C., Mark Lyons scored a season-high 20 points and Arizona used a late second-half run to improve to 7-0 for the first time in 14 years.
The Wildcats squandered a 14-point lead and were down 42-36 after Rod Hall's 3-pointer with 12:07 remaining.
That's when Arizona got moving with a 25-7 run that put the game away. Solomon Hill and Lyons began the charge with two free throws each.
Nevada 76, Washington 73
At Seattle, Deonte Burton scored 29 points and had a career-high six steals to help Nevada beat Washington.
C.J. Wilcox scored 15 of his 21 points in the second half to lead Washington (4-4), which had won two straight.
Arizona St. 87,CS Northridge 76
At Tempe, Ariz., Jordan Bachynski had a school-record 12 blocked shots en route to the first triple-double in Arizona State history and the Sun Devils beat Cal State-Northridge.
No. 9 Kansas 90, Colorado 54
At Lawrence, Kan., Ben McLemore scored 24 points, Kevin Young added 16 points and eight rebounds and Kansas rolled to a victory over former Big 12 member Colorado.
BYU 61, Utah 58
At Provo, Utah, Matt Carlino scored 19 points and Tyler Haws added 14 points and six rebounds to rally BYU.
No. 14 Minnesota 71,Southern California 57
At Los Angeles, Andre Hollins scored 14 points, and Minnesota defeated Southern California, giving coach Tubby Smith his 500th career victory.