2020 ScheduleAll times ET

2020 Schedule
2nd in Pac-12
Frank Caliendo does his best Bill Walton impersonation (1:40)
2d
Bilas vents after Alcindor bounced from No. 1 all-time vote (1:12)
3d
On this date: UCLA's late rally stuns Gonzaga (0:43)
7d
Does Shaq stand a chance vs. Kareem in bracket matchup? (0:50)
7d
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18d

Pritchard, Cronin win AP Pac-12 honors

Payton Pritchard accomplished something just three other Pac-12 players have done. Mick Cronin led UCLA to a massive turnaround in his first season at Westwood.

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16dMyron Medcalf

Champ Week is here, and questions abound

Can Baylor bounce back? Which Big Ten team will emerge? Who can stop Dayton? Conference tournaments hold the answers.

26d

Courtside: Greenberg and Dakich chat with Dayton HC Anthony Grant

Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast discussing UCLA's seven-game winning streak, a surging Wisconsin, why they're impressed with Virginia and why they think Duke is going backward. Then, Dayton head coach Anthony Grant joins the program (17:17) to talk about his team's chemistry, Obi Toppin's journey, coaching under Billy Donovan and if he pays attention to his own team's hype. Later, the guys get into Baylor and Creighton's struggles, going all in on East Tennessee, reconciling Clemson's resume and Sean Miller seemingly getting tossed intentionally (31:37).

27d

UCLA surges, beats Arizona 69-64 for 7th straight win

Chris Smith scored 17 points, Tyger Campbell hit the tiebreaking jumper with 49 seconds left and UCLA dramatically rallied from a late deficit to take sole possession of the Pac-12 lead with its seventh consecutive victory, 69-64 over Arizona on...

UCLA takes lead on Tyger Campbell's first basket (0:30)
27d
Arizona's Nnaji gets between the defense for the slam dunk (0:27)
27d
Arizona's Sean Miller gets his 2nd technical and is ejected from the game (0:27)
27d
Arizona's Sean Miller completely loses his cool after a no-call (1:17)
27d
Jaquez knocks down thrilling game-winner for UCLA (1:05)
29d
32d

Courtside: Maryland HC Mark Turgeon on Cowan's consistency, Smith's transformation

Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast discussing how the Final Four is any team's to take, every year. Then they welcome Maryland head coach Mark Turgeon to the show to discuss Anthony Cowan's consistency, Jalen Smith's transformation, his unofficial assistant Scott Van Pelt and College GameDay coming to College Park (11:24). Later, the guys get into Kentucky stalling out on offense, how Memphis bungled the James Wiseman situation, West Coast hoops, and they pick a few games (26:36).

Riley's layup finishes off Colorado (0:16)
35d
Smith's 3 gives UCLA the lead for good (0:32)
41d

Team Stats

Points Per Game69.5253rd
Rebounds Per Game36.6148th
Assists Per Game12.9228th
Points Allowed67.1116th

Tournament History

Final Fours18
Tournament Record105-41
Championship Seasons1964, 1965, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1975, 1995
Tournament Appearances48