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Utah's Georgia Dabritz scores a perfect 10 on the bars and captures the all-around as No. 7 Utah bests No. 2 Florida 198.125 to 197.875 Saturday in Salt Lake City.


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By Sam Strong, special to Pac-12.com
Updated March 16, 2013

The No. 10-seeded Utes will fly home from Las Vegas on Saturday, but players and coaches agreed that they have plenty to be proud of after winning two games against higher seeds this week.


Pac-12 Networks' Mike Yam and Ernie Kent take a look at the showdown for the Pac-12 Tournament title between conference heavyweights UCLA and Oregon.


By Sam Strong, special to Pac-12.com
Updated March 16, 2013

LAS VEGAS — UCLA couldn't drum up one last comeback when it mattered most and fell to Oregon in the Pac-12 Tournament championship game on Saturday, in part because it was missing Jordan Adams, its second leading scorer.

[Recap: Oregon captures 2013 Tournament Title]


By Bryan Fischer, Senior correspondent for Pac-12 Networks
Updated March 16, 2013

LAS VEGAS – Oregon ended any hopes of Cinderella making it to the ball with a decisive 64-45 win over Utah in Friday night's Pac-12 Tournament semifinal at MGM Grand Garden Arena. 


By Sam Strong, special to Pac-12.com
Updated March 16, 2013

LAS VEGAS — UCLA's Jordan Adams made several jaw-dropping plays that helped his team pull off a 66-64 win over Arizona on Friday in the semifinals of the Pac-12 Tournament, but it was his last moments on the court that sent shockwaves through the MGM Grand Garden Arena. Carrying a two-point lead, Adams – a freshman who led the Bruins with 24 points – chased Arizona's Solomon Hill to the three-point line, forcing him into a pull-up jumper that could have sent the game to overtime.


UCLA posted its third win in as many games over Arizona this season as the Bruins downed the Wildcats 66-64 Friday night in the Pac-12 Tournament semifinals. But not without some controversy.



By Bryan Fischer, Senior correspondent for Pac-12 Networks
Updated March 16, 2013

LAS VEGAS -- UCLA beats Arizona but loses its second leading scorer to a foot injury.


Thursday's Bill Walton commentary for Pac-12 Networks' broadcast of Utah-Cal provided several gems. Can you guess how we'll be spending Friday's UCLA vs. Arizona semifinal? Transcribing. Here's his most memorable Walton-isms from tonight's game, written out and in their native habitat (video): “There’s nothing wrong with being selfish in the team concept.” – Walton on Shabazz Muhammad  “When I’m playing basketball, I want as little on me as possible. I want a tank top.


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