Arizona, Oregon State won't face bans

Updated: January 13, 2012, 1:37 PM ET
By Andy Katz | ESPN.com

The Pac-12 decided Friday that there won't be any suspensions from the overtime scuffle between Arizona and Oregon State.

Pac-12 official Dave Hirsch said the league felt the game officials handed everything appropriately on the court Thursday night in Tucson.

Arizona's Kyle Fogg started it by woofing at Oregon State's Jared Cunningham following an overtime basket.

Cunningham then pushed Fogg out of his face. That led to the Arizona bench spilling into the scene, but head coach Sean Miller gained control by ensuring his players didn't escalate the situation further.

Officials reviewed the video of the incident and Arizona's Kyryl Natyazhko and Oregon State's Joe Burton were ejected for leaving the bench.

Fogg and Cunningham were assessed technical fouls. Natyazhko and Burton won't have to miss the next game because they weren't ejected for fighting.

Andy Katz is a senior college basketball writer for ESPN.com.

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