UCLA Vs. Oregon: Bruins Swept Out From State Of Oregon

UCLA led Oregon 37-24 at halftime.

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NCAA Basketball Schedule, TV Times And More: UCLA, USC Host Colorado, Utah

Both the UCLA Bruins and USC Trojans were swept out of the state of Oregon last weekend, and look to rebound with a pair of home games this coming week. The Colorado Buffaloes and Utah Utes come to Los Angeles for the first time as Pac-12 Conference members. Here is a look at the upcoming Pac-12 schedule for the week.

Thursday, January 26

5:30 p.m. - Washington at Arizona State (Fox Sports Arizona, Root Northwest)

7:30 p.m. - Utah at UCLA (Prime Ticket)

7:30 p.m. - Colorado at USC (online at USCTrojans.com)

7:30 p.m. - Washington State at Arizona (Fox Sports Net)

Saturday, January 28

1 p.m. - Colorado at UCLA (Prime Ticket)

2 p.m. - Washington State at Arizona State (Fox Sports Arizona, Root Northwest)

4 p.m. - Washington at Arizona (ESPN and ESPN3.com, with Dan Shulman, Jay Bilas and Bob Knight on the call)

8 p.m. - Utah at USC (Prime Ticket): Of course this game is televised. Who wouldn't want to watch a game between the 5-14 Utes and 5-15 Trojans, a game between teams ranked 254 (Utah) and 192 (USC) by RPI?

Sunday, January 29

3:30 p.m. - Oregon State at Oregon (Fox Sports Net)

5:30 p.m. - Stanford at California (Fox Sports Net)

For more local college hoops news, be sure to read both Bruins Nation and Conquest Chronicles.


Pac-12 College Basketball Scores And Results: UCLA, USC Have Tough Road Weekends In Oregon

The UCLA Bruins and USC Trojans both had similar, and disappointing weekends in the state of Oregon. Both suffered hard fought close losses on Thursday night, then had exasperating losses on Saturday, both infuriating in their own right. Here is a brief review of the weekend for the local hoops squads.

Thursday - Oregon State 87, UCLA 84: There wasn't much defense to be found in Corvallis as both teams shot over 57% from the field. Pac-12 leading scorer Jared Cunningham scored 16 of his 21 points in the second half as the Beavers turned a tie game with about 10 minutes left into an Oregon State triumph.

Thursday - Oregon 65, USC 62: The Trojans officially announced they would be without forward Aaron Fuller for the rest of the season, and nearly pulled off a road upset, pulling to within a point in the final seconds. But USC fell short, which has happened all too often this season.

Saturday - Oregon 75, UCLA 68: Losing by seven to Oregon isn't all that bad, especially now that the Ducks are tied atop the conference at 6-2. But considering the Bruins led by 13 at halftime, getting blitzed by 20 points in the second half is one of the more frustrating losses of the season for UCLA.

Saturday - Oregon State 78, USC 59: The Trojans are down to seven scholarship players on the active roster, and it showed on Saturday in Corvallis. It was the eighth straight loss for USC, which fell to a dreadful 0-7 in the Pac-12.

For more local college hoops news, be sure to read both Bruins Nation and Conquest Chronicles.


UCLA's David Wear Positive About Injury During Oregon Game

David Wear was one of the stars of UCLA’s first half against Oregon, but was virtually non-existant in the second half scoring just two points and getting into early foul trouble. Oregon went on to win that game 75-68, and Wear missed that final stretch after tripping over an Oregon player. Wear crashed to the floor awkwardly, and was unable to get up immediately, clutching at his knees in pain.

The second half injury was initially diagnosed as a hyperextended knee, but Wear was upbeat. He contended it wasn’t anything serious, but his coach felt a bit differently.

“Obviously, that could be a big concern moving forward,” said UCLA coach Ben Howland.

Wear is expected to have an MRI either Sunday or Monday morning which will shed more light on the situation. Despite the injury, Wear still finished with the team high in rebounds on Saturday with nine.

For more on the injury, check out Bruins Nation.


UCLA Vs. Oregon: Ducks' E.J. Singler Finds Stroke, Buries Bruins 75-68

The UCLA Bruins saw their halftime lead slip away, as the Oregon Ducks charged back with the final score 75-68. UCLA held onto their lead through the midway point in the second half, but Oregon finally took the lead after the last media timeout and never looked back. UCLA lost both games on their weekend trip to Oregon.

The star for Oregon was E.J. Singler, who finished with 26 points (scoring 20 in the second half) and grabbed 7 rebounds in 40 minutes of play. It was Singler who scored seven straight points in three minutes to give the Ducks their first lead.

Fouls were a big deal for UCLA as David Wear, Jerime Anderson, and Joshua Smith all with four fouls after the eight minute mark. Wear and Anderson were first half standouts, but Wear only scored two second half points and Anderson only scored three. Travis Wear was the Bruins star in the second half, finishing with 17 points and 6 rebounds.

It was almost as if the teams switched uniforms at halftime, with Oregon shooting 50% from the field (UCLA shot 53.1% in the first half) and UCLA shooting 35.7% (Oregon shot 23.3% in the first half) in the second half.

For more postgame analysis on the Bruins' performance, check out Bruins Nation.


UCLA Vs. Oregon: David Wear, Jerime Anderson Have Bruins Up Big, 37-24

The UCLA Bruins have gotten out to a large first half lead over the Oregon Ducks 37-24, mostly on the strength of two big runs. The Bruins have shot a measly 1-8 from the free throw line, but Oregon has been awful from the field shooting 7-31. Much of that is a credit to the Bruin defense, but it's also just some luck that the Bruins came in to face a cold shooting Duck team.

UCLA got out to a 13-4 lead to start the game. Oregon then went on a 8-3 run to cut it to 16-12. After trading baskets for a few minutes, the Bruins went out another big run to give them their 13 point halftime lead.

Of course, Oregon shooting 23.3% from the field would mean nothing if UCLA didn't have a hot hand. Luckily the Bruins are shooing 53.1 % from the field lead by David Wear with 8 points and 6 rebounds. Jerime Anderson was also a big contributor putting in 7 points, 3 rebounds and 2 assists.

For more on this game, check out Bruins Nation.


UCLA Vs. Oregon: Game Time, TV Info And More

The UCLA Bruins are in search of a weekend split in Oregon on Saturday afternoon as the battle the Oregon Ducks in a Pac-12 Conference battle. Here are the relevant details of Saturday's contest:

Records: UCLA (10-8, 3-3 in the Pac-12); Oregon (14-5, 5-2)

Location: Matthew Knight Arena in Eugene, Oregon

Time: 1:07 p.m. PST scheduled tipoff

TV: Fox Sports West, with Barry Tompkins on play-by-play and former Bruin Marque Johnson as the analyst

Radio: The UCLA broadcast is on KLAC 570 AM, with Chris Roberts on play-by-play and former Bruin Don MacLean as the analyst; The Oregon broadcast is available on Sirius channel 92 and Sirius XM channel 194, with Jerry Allen on play-by-play.

Series History: UCLA owns the all-time series 83-28, and has won 11 of their last 15 matchups with the Ducks. The Bruins have beaten Oregon in five of their last seven battles in Eugene.

Pac-12 Scorers: Both Lazeric Jones and Travis Wear have averaged 14.0 points per game in conference play to lead UCLA in scoring; senior guard Devoe Joseph leads Oregon by averaging 15.6 points per game in seven Pac-12 games, including making 45.7% of his three-point attempts.

For more news and information on UCLA basketball, be sure to read Bruins Nation.


UCLA Vs. Oregon: Bruins Battle Ducks In Eugene

UCLA has won five of their last seven road games in Eugene.

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