Fearsome foursome makes final games must-see TV
The only thing that can stop UCLA is its offense. UCLA runs great sets and has a great push game in transition, but UCLA is heavily reliant on perimeter players Collison, Afflalo and Josh Shipp. The Bruins can score, but are not a great offensive team. When one of the big three on the perimeter has struggled, as Collison did against Washington and Afflalo did against Cal, the Bruins can be had. What UCLA has going in its favor is that its perimeter rarely struggles in big games. Against ranked teams, UCLA was 11-1 this season, with the only loss coming against Oregon. The Bruins' experience and toughness give them a really good shot to make the title game.
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