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November 23, 2011 at 6:54 PM

Arizona, UCLA lose again; Stanford stays perfect

Nearly a perfect night for the Pac-12.
Considering the recent down trend, a three wins in five games is an achievement for the conference which has been beaten up lately.
However, Arizona and UCLA – the two teams with the biggest national reputations – were defeated.
AROUND THE PAC-12:
— Stanford throttled Oklahoma State 82-67 in the semifinals of the NIT Season Tip-Off at Madison Square Garden. Josh Owens scored a game-high 21 points, Chasson Randle added 17 points and Aaron Bright had 15 for the Cardinal (5-0), which led by as many as 28 points in the second half. It was the first loss for the Cowboys.
— Arizona can say goodbye to its No. 23 ranking after a 61-57 defeat to San Diego State. The Widcats can also say so long to a 22-game home winning streak, but perhaps more importantly has UA said seen the last of freshman forward Sidiki Johnson who was suspended and returned home to New York.
— Another inconsistent effort from UCLA, which resulted in a comeback bid that fell short. This time the Bruins lost 79-63 to No. 15 Michigan in the third-place game of the Maui Invitational. Three UCLA starters (Lazeric Jones, Tyler Lamb and Anthony Stover) converted 1 for 11 field goals and finished with 11 points.
— Good win for Oregon which traveled to Lincoln, Neb. and knocked off Nebraska 83-76 to extend its winning streak to three. Garrett Sim notched a season-high 20 points and E.J. Singler added 14.
— Colorado withstood a 31-point barrage from Air Force G Michael Lyons and held off the Falcons for a 76-73 overtime on the road. The Buffaloes (3-2) received from guard Nate Tomlinson and Andre Roberson finished with 11 points, 13 rebounds and four blocks.

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