After leading the Bruins to their first Final Four appearance since 2008, UCLA men's basketball coach Mick Cronin has signed a two-year extension worth $4 million per year that ties him to the school through 2026-27.
- 11/25L 73-58
- 11/27W 107-98
- 12/3W 78-52
- 12/6W 76-56
- 12/9W 83-56
- 12/11W 69-60
- 12/1920L 77-70
- 12/31W 72-70
- 1/2W 65-62
- 1/7W 81-75
- 1/9W 81-76
- 1/14W 91-61
- 1/16W 81-76
- 1/21W 61-57
- 1/23L 73-72
- 1/30W 57-52
- 2/6L 66-48
- 2/11L 81-73
- 2/13W 64-61
- 2/18W 74-60
- 2/20W 80-79
- 2/25W 76-61
- 2/27L 70-61
- 3/3L 82-74
- 3/6L 64-63
- 3/11L 83-79
- 3/1811W 86-80
- 3/206W 73-62
- 3/2214W 67-47
- 3/282W 88-78
- 3/301W 51-49
- 4/31L 93-90
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Gonzaga fell short after an epic run, but should have the returning talent to compete for a national championship again next season.
Gonzaga and Baylor are a combined 115-8 over the past two years. They'll meet for the national title on Monday night.
Jalen Suggs banked in a 40-foot 3-pointer at the overtime buzzer to best UCLA in the Final Four and keep Gonzaga perfect on the season.
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UCLA became the first team since VCU in 2011 to advance from the First Four to the Final Four, holding on to upset top-seeded Michigan on Tuesday night, 51-49.
Houston and Baylor have punched their Final Four tickets. Will Tuesday be a good night for the 1-seeds or for their L.A.-based combatants?
Here's how we stack three No. 1 seeds, a No. 2, a No. 3 and the three (perhaps underseeded?) underdogs still standing in the Elite Eight.
It took overtime, but Mick Cronin's gutsy UCLA Bruins, a No. 11 seed that needed a win in the First Four just to keep playing, upset Alabama, the champion of the SEC and a No. 2 seed, on Sunday in the Sweet 16.
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