UCLA Vs. Colorado: Bruins Beat Buffaloes For Ninth Straight Home Win

The Bruins are 5-1 all-time against Colorado.

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NCAA Basketball Scores And Results: California Tied For First In Pac-12 With Win Over Stanford

The Pac-12 Conference featured a pair of Sunday games this week to keep our college basketball thirst quenched, featuring a pair of teams needing wins at home to keep pace with the first-place Washington Huskies. The California Bears did their part with a 69-59 win over the Stanford Cardinal, while the Oregon Ducks fell at home 76-71 to the high-octane Oregon State Beavers.

Pac-12 leading scorer Jared Cunningham scored 27 in the win for the Beavers, who scored 53 points in the second half to erase a five-point halftime deficit. At Haas Pavilion in Berkeley, Cal trailed by one at the break but pulled away in the second half thanks to poor shooting by Stanford, who shot just 31.2% for the game and made only two of 19 three-pointers.

At the halfway point of the conference schedule, Cal moves into a tie with Washington atop the Pac-12 at 7-2, with Oregon and Colorado both close by at 6-3.

Pac-12 Conference Basketball Standings
Team Conf. Overall This Week Next Week
Washington 7-2 14-7 2-0 UCLA, USC
California 7-2 17-5 1-0 Arizona, ASU
Oregon 6-3 15-6 0-1 at Utah, at Colorado
Colorado 6-3 14-7 1-1 OSU, Oregon
Stanford 5-4 15-6 0-1 ASU, Arizona
UCLA 5-4 12-9 2-0 at Washington, at WSU
Arizona 5-4 14-8 1-1 at Cal, at Stanford
Oregon State 4-5 14-7 0-1 at Colorado, at Utah
Arizona State 3-6 7-14 1-1 at Stanford, at Cal
Washington State 3-6 11-10 0-2 USC, UCLA
Utah 2-7 5-16 0-2 Oregon, OSU
USC 1-8 6-16 1-1 at WSU, at Washington
Through games of January 29
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Pac-12 College Basketball Standings: Washington Huskies Surge Into Conference Lead With Win At Arizona

The UCLA Bruins concluded the first half of their Pac-12 Conference college basketball schedule with a home sweep of the Utah Utes and Colorado Buffaloes, improving their conference record to 5-4 and into a sixth place tie with the Arizona Wildcats. The Wildcats welcomed the ESPN Gameday crew to Tucson on Saturday, then suffered a tough two-point loss to the Washington Huskies, who surged into the conference lead with their third consecutive victory.

Whether or not the Huskies remain alone atop the Pac-12 depends on a pair of Sunday contests. Both 6-2 teams, the Oregon Ducks and Cal Bears, host their rivals on Sunday, with Oregon hosting the Oregon State Beavers and Cal hosting the Stanford Cardinal.

Pac-12 Conference Basketball Standings
Team Conf. Overall This Week Next Week
Washington 7-2 14-7 2-0 UCLA, USC
California 6-2 16-5 0-0 Arizona, ASU
Oregon 6-2 15-5 0-0 at Utah, at Colorado
Colorado 6-3 14-7 1-1 OSU, Oregon
Stanford 5-3 15-5 0-0 ASU, Arizona
UCLA 5-4 12-9 2-0 at Washington, at WSU
Arizona 5-4 14-8 1-1 at Cal, at Stanford
Oregon State 3-5 13-7 0-0 at Colorado, at Utah
Arizona State 3-6 7-14 1-1 at Stanford, at Cal
Washington State 3-6 11-10 0-2 USC, UCLA
Utah 2-7 5-16 0-2 Oregon, OSU
USC 1-8 6-16 1-1 at WSU, at Washington
Through games of January 28

Washington hosts both Los Angeles schools next weekend, as UCLA and the USC Trojans look to reverse a trend from the first half of the conference season. UCLA is just 1-4 on the road in the Pac-12 while USC is 0-4 away from home in conference play.

For more local Pac-12 basketball news, be sure to read Bruins Nation and Conquest Chronicles.

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UCLA Vs. Colorado Final Score: Bruins Pull Away In Second Half For 77-60 Win

Lazeric Jones had 17 points and nine assists, leading the UCLA Bruins to a 77-60 win over the Colorado Buffaloes at the Los Angeles Sports Arena on Saturday afternoon. The win was the ninth consecutive home victory for the Bruins (12-9, 5-4), who won their second straight game overall.

The Bruins used a 17-5 run early in the second half to take control of the game, and led by as many as 19 points in the second half. UCLA made 12 of their first 16 shots after halftime to help put the game away. Tyler Lamb scored 13 points, had seven rebounds, and six assists for the Bruins.

UCLA had a game that would make Norman Dale proud, with 26 assists on 31 field goals made, en route to shooting a season-high 59.6% from the field for the game, two days after shooting 58.7% against Utah on Thursday. The Bruins shot 59.2% from the field during the weekend, including 55.2% from three-point range.

Travis Wear had 12 points and seven rebounds for UCLA, and Jerime Anderson had eight points and eight assists.

Andre Roberson grabbed 10 rebounds to lead Colorado (14-7, 6-3), who saw their three-game winning streak snapped on Saturday. Askia Booker led the Buffaloes with 13 points, but leading scorer Carlon Brown was held to six points on just 2-for-7 shooting.

UCLA travels north next weekend to face the Washington schools, beginning with a Thursday night battle in Seattle against the Washington Huskies.

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

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UCLA Vs. Colorado Game Score: Bruins Lead 40-36 At Halftime

Lazeric Jones scored 11 points and had four assists in the first half, leading the UCLA Bruins to a 40-36 halftime lead after a hot-shooting 20 minutes at the Los Angeles Sports Arena. Travis Wear added four points and four rebounds for the Bruins.

Colorado opened the game on a 9-2 run in just over three minutes, a stretch that including three consecutive turnovers by UCLA. A three-pointer by Austin Dufault gave the Buffaloes their biggest lead of the game, a 12-4 advantage with 15:34 remaining in the first half. But that's when the Bruins began their run.

UCLA went on a 22-4 run over the next six minutes to seize temporary control, a run that included three-pointers by Norman Powell, Tyler Lamb, Jerime Anderson, and Jones. The Bruins shot 57.7% (15 for 26) from the field in the first half and shot 75% (six for eight) from beyond the arc. Lamb scored eight points for UCLA.

Dufault led Colorado with eight points in the first half. The Buffaloes shot 55.6% (15 for 27) in the opening half, including three for six from three-point range. Spencer Dinwiddie scored seven points and had three assists for the Buffaloes.

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

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

The UCLA Bruins look for their second straight win on Saturday afternoon as they host the Colorado Buffaloes at the Los Angeles Sports Arena. Here is a look at the relevant details and information on Saturday's contest, the first ever battle between UCLA and Colorado as Pac-12 Conference foes:

Records: UCLA (11-9, 4-4 in Pac-12); Colorado (14-6, 6-2)

Location: Los Angeles Sports Arena

Time: 1 p.m. PST

TV: Prime Ticket, with Joel Meyers on play-by-play, Don MacLean as the analyst, and Courtney Jones on the sideline

Radio: KLAC 570 AM and the UCLA Sports Network, with Chris Roberts on play-by-play and Tracy Murray as analyst. The game can also be heard on Sirius channel 93 and Sirius XM channel 190

Series History: The Bruins lead the all-time series with Colorado 4-1, including 4-0 against the Buffaloes in Los Angeles. However, they have not faced each other since December 2, 1977, when UCLA beat Colorado 104-70 at Pauley Pavilion.

Four-Way Tie: Colorado has won three straight games to pull into a four-way tie atop the Pac-12 Conference. The Buffaloes are 6-2 in conference play, as are the Cal Bears, Oregon Ducks, and Washington Huskies.

Home, Sweet Home: With Pauley Pavilion undergoing repairs this season, UCLA is 9-3 at home this season, including eight straight home wins after their 1-3 home start.

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

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UCLA Vs. Colorado: Bruins Close Out First Half Of Pac-12 Schedule

The Bruins are 4-1 all-time against Colorado.

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