Playing a de facto home game in the BMO Harris Bradley Center — decorated in cardinal and white on Saturday night — no doubt gave Bo Ryan's team an incredible emotional lift.

Yet a home crowd alone wasn't responsible for the manner in which second-seeded Wisconsin stormed back to stun seventh-seeded Oregon, 85-77, in front of a crowd of 18,206 in the third round of the NCAA Tournament.

The Badgers (28-7) overcame a 12-point halftime deficit with a stunning burst to start the second half and then made several critical plays down the stretch to advance to the Sweet 16, set to open Thursday at the Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif.

UW will face either No. 3 Creighton (27-7) or No. 6 Baylor (25-11), with the starting time to be determined.

Creighton, which finished second in the Big East at 14-4, and Baylor, which tied for sixth in the Big 12 at 9-9, play at 6:40 p.m. Sunday in San Antonio.

Oregon finished 24-10.

All five starters scored in double figures for UW, which hit 11 of 28 three-pointers.

Frank Kaminsky scored 19 points, including nine in a crucial run to start the second half, to lead the way.

Traevon Jackson added 16 points. He hit 7 of 9 free throws down the stretch to help UW overcome a 16-for-25 effort from the line.

Josh Gasser hit 3 of 5 three-pointers and added 13 points. Ben Brust and Sam Dekker added 12 apiece.

Brust hit a cold-blooded three-pointer to give UW the lead for good at 77-75 with 1:07 left. He finished 4 of 8 from three-point range.

Dekker hit two pressure free throws to give UW an 82-77 lead in the closing seconds.

Guards Joseph Young and Jason Calliste carried the Ducks, who shot 49% and hit 21 of 23 free-throw attempts.

Young and Calliste scored 17 and 14 points, respectively, in the first half to help the Ducks build a 12-point lead.

Young, who entered the night leading Oregon in scoring at 18.6 points per game, finished with 29 points. He hit 10 of 19 field-goal attempts, including 4 of 7 three-pointers.

Calliste hit 11 of 11 free-throw attempts and finished with 20 points.

Redshirt senior forward Mike Moser added 12 points for the Ducks. He scored seven of the Ducks' first nine points, in the first 2 minutes 46 seconds of the game, but went to the bench after getting his second foul, with 16:22 left in the half.

His absence didn't slow Oregon a bit.

The Ducks shot 50% (27 of 54) in their second-round victory over BYU despite making only 2 of 13 three-pointers (15.4%), scored 36 points in the paint and had 21 assists and only eight turnovers.

Against UW, the Ducks scored in transition, hit from deep and consistently got into the lane for baskets or fouls and free throws.

Oregon built a 49-37 halftime lead that left the pro-UW crowd screaming at the officials and Ryan simmering.

The Ducks hit 5 of 9 three-pointers (55.6%), 15 of 27 shots overall (55.6%) and 14 of 15 free-throw attempts (93.3%) to send a message that they weren't intimidated by UW or the road venue.

Young and Calliste took turns driving through or shooting over UW defenders for a combined 31 points and 8-of-12 shooting in the half.