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Pac-12 men’s basketball: No. 13 Utah buries Arizona State

Utah’s Jakob Poeltl, left, fights for a loose ball against Arizona State’s Eric Jacobsen in the first half. (Associated Press)
Utah’s Jakob Poeltl, left, fights for a loose ball against Arizona State’s Eric Jacobsen in the first half. (Associated Press)

Delon Wright scored 12 points and did a little bit of everything Thursday as No. 13 Utah trounced Arizona State 83-41 in Salt Lake City.

The Utes put the game away in the first half with a 41-9 advantage.

Wright was Mr. Versatility for Utah, filling out the stat line with five rebounds, four assists, three blocks and three steals in 21 minutes. Center Jacob Poeltl finished with eight points, six rebounds and six blocks.

The Sun Devils shot just 15.4 percent in the first half, with a 0-for-9 start. The team had four field goals and 10 turnovers at halftime and had 10 shots blocked.

Gerry Blakes scored 12 points for Arizona State, as did Willie Atwood.

The 41 points were a season low for Arizona State.

(7) Arizona 82, Colorado 54: Stanley Johnson scored 11 of his 15 points in the second half the Wildcats defeated the Buffaloes in Boulder, Colorado.

Kaleb Tarczewski scored 14 points on his 22nd birthday and Gabe York also had 14 points for the Wildcats, who had five players score in double figures.

Arizona, which has won five straight, can clinch the Pac-12 title with a win at Utah on Saturday.

Stanford 75, Oregon State 48: Chasson Randle scored 15 points, freshman Michael Humphrey added 14 points and a season-high 15 rebounds and the Cardinal beat the Beavers at Stanford, California. The Cardinal won for the third time in their last seven games.

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