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Now that UCLA has a shot at...

Now that UCLA has a shot at the Pac-10 title, it is tempting for the Bruins to look toward the rematch with No. 1 Stanford on Saturday. But they clearly remember what happened Feb. 1 in Berkeley.

Cal shot 60% from the field and made 13 of 22 three-pointers in routing the Bruins by 29. While revenge is on the Bruins’ minds, they’re not letting it show.

“We definitely don’t want to play on pure emotion,” guard Earl Watson said. “That only lasts about five or 10 minutes and then what are you left with? We want to go into this game with a mature attitude. You can’t focus too much on those things.”


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