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UCLA had missed 12-of-13 shots against Arizona's stifling defense before Jordan Adams rose up and hit the biggest one of the Pac-12 Tournament.
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It matters not how many blank bracket sheets you go through, or by what excavation methods you dig through Doug Gottlieb's gobbly-goop on TV.
4 hrs ago | The Campbell Reporter
The NCAA tournament selection committee did a first-rate job picking the at-large teams.
Likeliest to knock off the No. 1 seed: No. 4 UCLA stormed through the Pac-12 tournament, beating Arizona in the final, and boasts one of the nation's toughest matchups in 6-foot-9 guard/forward Kyle Anderson.
Travis Wear #24 of the UCLA Bruins high fives head coach Steve Alford after they took the lead against the Arizona Wildcats during the championship game of the Pac-12 Basketball Tournament at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on March 15, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
UCLA's Tony Parker holds up a UCLA banner after UCLA defeated Arizona 75-71 in the championship game of the NCAA Pac-12 conference college basketball tournament, Saturday, March 15, 2014, in Las Vegas.
Earning a top seed in the 2014 NCAA tournament bracket doesn't guarantee success, as the field for this year's tourney is loaded with teams capable of pulling off a series of huge upsets.
Investigators are hoping to learn the cause of the deadly explosion that leveled two New York City apartment buildings now that most of the rubble has been cleared away.
Join us for updates on Selection Sunday and we try to figure out where the committee will ship us out to, probably somewhere cold and far.
Michigan guard Zak Irvin, left, celebrates with forward Jordan Morgan after Morgan made the game-winning with 7.9 seconds left in the the second half of an NCAA college basketball game against Illinois in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten Conference tournament Friday, March 14, 2014, in Indianapolis.
Bryce Cotton scored 23 and Providence won its first Big East tournament title since 1994 with a tremendous defensive effort against Doug McDermott and No.
Kyle Anderson had 21 points and 15 rebounds, Jordan Adams hit a huge 3-pointer in the final minute, and UCLA outlasted No.
Florida's repeat championship seasons of 2006-07? Kansas needing overtime to claim the 2008 Final Four? How about the 2009 title run that saw North Carolina win all of its games by double-digit margins, and was also the first time President Obama introduced us to his "Barack-etology"? Butler made 2010 a year of strong contention, losing by only a ... (more)
Considering that ESPN analyst Joe Lunardi still has the Iowa Hawkeyes making your field of 68 teams, I wrote this assuming they're in because he didn't earn the nickname Mr. Bracketologist for nothing.
The championship game promises to be a thoroughly competitive and entertaining one, with key players stepping up under the bright lights in Arizona has arguably been the best team in the country, losing only three games all year by a combined 12 points, and it has likely locked up a No.
The No. 1 seed Arizona Wildcats used a dominating second half to dispatch the No.