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There's no love lost between UCLA and Arizona in men's basketball
There's no love lost between UCLA and Arizona in men's basketball

There remains an eerie consistency to UCLA's basketball rivalry with Arizona. "Their fans didn't like us and the feeling was vice versa," said Ed O'Bannon, who played for UCLA from 1992 to 1995. Said Jordan Adams, who leads the Bruins in scoring this season: "Their fans don't like us much and we don't like them." Some things never change, and hard feelings when UCLA and Arizona play are one of them. The Bruins and Wildcats have clawed at each other for 20 years. Conference titles, be it as part of the Pac-10 or Pac-12, have hung in the balance. National attention often fell on Tucson and Westwood as the college basketball powers in the West. Arizona is powerful again, bringing a...

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