Four schools, their fans, and about a thousand talking heads are looking forward to the Final Four games, starting this Saturday night at 6:30 Eastern. Alas, UCLA is no longer one of those four schools.
Gonzaga's offense dominated back in December as they beat UCLA, 87-74. The Bruins have gotten a lot better since that game, but are they good enough now to take down the Zags? BN takes a look at the match-up.
The NCAA tournament is over for some, but continues for others. We will find out how long it continues starting at 4:15 pm PT on Friday. Don't forget that the WNIT continues on Thursday with UCLA hosting Northern Colorado at OPUG.
Following UCLA's victory over UAB in the NCAA tournament, Steve Alford talked to the media about the Bruins' resilience, their balanced scoring attack, and a second straight appearance in the Sweet Sixteen.
UCLA squeaked by SMU in controversial fashion. Although outplaying the Mustangs for 30 minutes, once again the Bruins had 12 minute fever, and SMU went a 19-0 run. Regardless, The road to the Sweet 16 seems to have opened up fortuitously for UCLA.
UCLA's inclusion in the NCAA Tournament is controversial, but it turns out that the Selection Committee ranked UCLA No. 42. The Bruins were actually safe under numerous scenarios. So how did the bubble teams do against other 2015 Tournament teams?