Roundup: UCLA gets resume-boosting win at Arizona

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UCLA men’s basketball knocked off Arizona 82-74 in Tucson Thursday night, getting a huge win to improve its NCAA Tournament resume (NBC Sports).

Arizona State

Doug Haller breaks down the three crucial moments that led Arizona State men’s basketball to an 80-78 win over USC. The Sun Devils scored the last nine points of the game, capped off by a Tra Holder game-winner with 1.9 seconds left.


Kenny Wooten and Troy Brown led Oregon men’s basketball to a 65-40 win over Washington Thursday night in Eugene (The Oregonian/OregonLive). Wooten had 12 points, five rebounds and SEVEN blocks, while Brown scored 16 of his 21 points in the first half.


Lynn Worthy writes that Justin Bibbins and Sedrick Barefield paved the way for Utah basketball’s 75-60 win over Stanford, and the game really wasn’t even that close.

Oregon State

Oregon State men’s basketball dominated Washington State 94-62 Thursday night in Corvallis to snap a four-game losing skid (Pac-12 Networks highlights).

Washington State

Vince Grippi of The Spokesman-Review whips up this column on how far apart the Gonzaga and Washington State men’s basketball programs are despite being just miles away physically. Ugly loss for the Cougs in Corvallis.


Rusty Simmons writes that Cal women’s basketball is looking for a big response this weekend after a rough trip to the Oregon schools last weekend. The Golden Bears are hosting Colorado and Utah this weekend.


Gotta keep her in the family – Arizona volleyball is offering a scholarship to Lily Foles, the 7-month-old daughter of Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles. Class of 2036, y’all.


Brian Howell reports that the Colorado Board of Regents approved new contracts for 20 coaches on campus. Ten of the 20 coaches are football assistants.


Stanford softball went 1-1 on opening day, getting run-ruled by 19th-ranked BYU before shutting out San Diego State 4-0. The Jessica Allister era is officially underway.


Ryan S. Clark of The News Tribune lists five Washington football 2018 signees who could contribute right away.


USC alum Jung-Hwa Seo is set to compete in the 2018 Winter Olympics. The South Korean native will compete in the women's moguls freestyle skiing competition.

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