Pac-10 Tournament Bracket Update: Oregon Upsets UCLA In A Blowout

We have our first upset in the 2011 Pac-10 Tournament, as Oregon rolled over UCLA 76-59. The No. 7 seeded Ducks took a 14-point halftime lead and led by as many as 22 points on two separate occasions in rolling to the win. 

E.J. Singler was incredibly efficient in leading Oregon to the win, scoring 24 points on just nine shots. He hit both of his three-pointers and all eight of his free-throws, which explains the hyper-efficiency. Tyler Honeycutt led UCLA with 19 points, but nobody else on the Bruins scored in double figures.

The Ducks move to 16-16 on the season and will advance to the semifinals, where they will face the winner of the final quarterfinal between No. 3 seed Washington and No. 6 seed Washington State. UCLA falls to 22-10, but will still likely make the NCAA Tournament. They were an 8 seed in our latest bracket projection.

For more on this game, Oregon fans should join Addicted to Quack, and UCLA fans should head to Bruins Nation.

Quarterfinals: Thursday, March 10

No. 4 USC def. No. 5 California, 70-56

No. 1 Arizona Wildcats def. Oregon St. Beavers, 78-69

No. 7 Oregon def. No. 2 UCLA, 76-59

No. 3 Washington Huskies vs. No. 6 Washington St. Cougars, 11:30, Fox Sports Net

Semi-Finals: Friday, March 11

USC vs. Arizona, 9:00 p.m., Fox Sports Net

Quarterfinals game 3 winner vs. quarterfinals game 4 winner, 11:30 p.m., Fox Sports Net

Championship Game: Saturday, March 12

Semi-finals winners, 6:00 p.m., CBS

For more on the 2011 Pac-10 Tournament, stay tuned to this StoryStream and join SB Nation Los AngelesBrowse our 295 team blogs for a community devoted to your school, and visit our NCAA basketball hub for more on other conference tournaments.

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