NCAA bracket 2013, UCLA vs. Minnesota: Gophers score 83-63 upset

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The Minnesota Golden Gophers held UCLA to 33 percent shooting in a win Friday.

The No. 11 Minnesota Golden Gophers used a strong effort from Austin and Andre Hollins to get an upset 83-63 win over the No. 6 UCLA Bruins Friday.

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Andre Hollins had 28 points, nine rebounds and five assists for the Gophers. Austin Hollins added 16 points and eight assists, and Joe Coleman scored 14 points.

Minnesota built a 10-point lead at halftime and extended it in the second half thanks to a defense that held UCLA to 33 percent shooting. Minnesota shot 9 for 16 from three-point range while UCLA shot just 4 for 23 from three.

Shabazz Muhammad scored 20 points for UCLA, but shot just 6 of 18.

Minnesota moves on to play the Florida Gators at 6:10 p.m. ET on Sunday.

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