EUGENE, Ore. – Stefan Moody led five Mississippi scorers in double figures with 22 points and the Rebels avenged last year's overtime loss at home to Oregon with a 79-73 victory on Sunday.
Moody, the smallest player on the floor at 5-foot-10, punctuated his effort with a two-handed dunk for the Rebels (6-2), who won despite leading scorer Jarvis Summers being held to just one point.
Sebastian Saiz added 17 points for Ole Miss, which had three players off the bench reach double figures. LaDarius White finished with 13 points, and Aaron Jones and Dwight Coleby had 10 each.
Dillon Brooks led the Ducks (5-3) with a season-high 21 points, and Pac-12 scoring leader Joseph Young added 17.
Ole Miss led by as many as 18 points in the second half before Oregon cut the deficit to single digits several times, but the final six-point margin was as close as the Ducks came.