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13-10, 9th in Pac-12
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L.A. teams are both on the bubble

USC's win over UCLA on Thursday may have done more to push the Bruins back than advance USC's case, writes Eamonn Brennan. Bubble Watch

Pac-12 has three 'wounded lions'

We expected more out of UCLA, Cal and Washington this season. Are any of these teams equipped to win in March should they earn bids? Giant Killers (Insider)

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USC whipping out fancy moves vs. rival

Katin Reinhardt pulled off the no-look, over-the-shoulder dime to Julian Jacobs to extend USC's lead over UCLA.

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2-on-1 leads to fun

USC finished a fast break with Jordan McLaughlin tossing up the lob to Elijah Stewart for a vicious two-handed finish.

Everybody but Oregon is on the bubble

The Pac-12 is filled with bubble teams. Even No. 23 Arizona, which ranks 120th in strength of schedule, still hasn't locked up an at-large bid. No. 16 Oregon is comfortable at 7-2 in the league with a No. 3 RPI and No. 4 SOS. Bubble Watch

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Joe Lunardi's Bracketology for Tuesday

  • Oklahoma will remain No. 1 overall regardless of TCU result
  • Syracuse drops out of field with loss to Virginia Tech (UCLA would replace it)
  • Georgetown would bump Seton Hall and move into field with a win at Butler

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Joe Lunardi's bracketology: No. 12 seeds

  • East: San Diego State Aztecs
  • West: Monmouth Hawks
  • South: Arkansas-Little Rock Trojans
  • Midwest: UCLA Bruins/Syracuse Orange
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Joe Lunardi's Bracketology entering Sun.

  • Top seeds: Oklahoma, North Carolina, Villanova, Iowa
  • 2-seeds: Kansas, Xavier, Texas A&M, Virginia
  • Last four in: Saint Josephs, Syracuse, Seton Hall, UCLA

It's wacky on the west coast

We're not quite sure what to make of the Pac-12. Whether it's UCLA, Oregon, Washington or Arizona there's plenty of things out west that just don't make sense. Weekend Homework

Pac-12 firmly on NCAA tourney bubble

Two-thirds of the conference is either in first place or just one game out in the loss column. The league has already seen nine overtimes in conference play. It's also had the highest percentage of its games decided by four points or less. On top of that, all of this has a huge impact on March. Tuesday Truths (Insider)

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Brooks paces Oregon over UCLA 86-72

Dillon Brooks scored 25 points and Chris Boucher had 18 points and 10 rebounds to lead Oregon to an 86-72 win over UCLA on Saturday afternoon.

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Meet LaMelo Ball, who committed to UCLA at 13 (1:22)
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Prince Ali kings Oregon St. defender

The UCLA Bruin put Drew Eubanks between a rock, a hard place and a slam dunk.

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Best plays from CBB upsets this season (1:20)
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Lonzo Ball: oldest of 3 UCLA-bound brothers (1:34)
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2016 Hoophall Classic recap (1:43)
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ESPN 100 update: Bam, Ball in top 5 (3:53)
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OTD: Irish end UCLA's 88-game win streak

On Jan. 19, 1974, the No. 1 Bruins' record 88-game winning streak came to an end in a 71-70 loss to No. 2 Notre Dame in South Bend. It was UCLA's first loss since Jan. 23, 1971 -- also to Notre Dame.

Team Stats

Points Per Game79.343rd
Rebounds Per Game41.2Tied-19th
Assists Per Game15.756th
Points Allowed77.0292nd

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