Pac-12 basketball tournament 2013 schedule and bracket: UCLA, Arizona set for semifinal showdown


UCLA vs. Arizona is the big headliner in Friday's Pac-12 semifinal round.

The 2013 Pac-12 tournament continues on Friday with the semifinal round. The big match-up of the day is UCLA and Arizona. Both considered locks for the NCAA tournament, this game will likely determine seedings for the upcoming dance. Arizona has the most to gain, having been swept by the Bruins in the regular season.

In the other game of the day, Utah continues its Cinderella run after a thrilling overtime victory over California. Having finished the regular season 13-17, the Utes have nothing to lose and everything to gain, being only two wins away from an automatic bid. They now face an Oregon team stumbling towards the finish line. The Ducks took care of Washington in the quarterfinals, but needed overtime to do so.

Here's the complete schedule and TV listings for Friday's action (all times Eastern):

No. 1 UCLA Bruins vs. No. 4 Arizona Wildcats--9 p.m, Pac-12 Network

No. 3 Oregon Ducks, vs. No. 10 Utah Utes--11:30 p.m, ESPN

An updated bracket is available at the Pac-12's official site.

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