Interview: Tyler Dorsey of Oregon says confidence is high and it’s time to stay in attack mode

03/25/2017

KANSAS CITY – Oregon faces a daunting task Saturday, battling top-seeded Kansas for the right to reach the Final Four — less than an hour from the Jayhawks’ campus. The No. 3-seed Ducks got past Michigan, 69-68, in Thursday’s regional semifinal. Sophomore guard Tyler Dorsey, though, says confidence is high for the Ducks who reached the Elite Eight last year, also.

Tom McCarthy caught up with Dorsey ahead of the game.

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