Posted February 17, 2012 on oregon.scout.com
PLAYERS: Devoe Joseph
TEAMS: Oregon Ducks
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Despite a career high performance by Devoe Joseph, the Oregon Ducks fell to conference leading California 86-83. Joseph hit for 33 points but it was not enough as late game ball-handling errors allowed California to erase a seven-point lead and take command with just over a minute to play.
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