Mar 15, 2014; Las Vegas, NV, USA; UCLA Bruins guard/forward Kyle Anderson (5) celebrates after cutting the net after the championship game of the Pac-12 Conference college basketball tournament against the Arizona Wildcats at MGM Grand Garden Arena. The Bruins defeated the Wildcats 75-71. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Let’s Dance: UCLA Is #4 Seed In The South Region Of The NCAA Tournament

The UCLA Bruins (26-8, 12-6) have claimed the #4 seed in the South Region for the 2014 NCAA Tournament. The Bruins will be taking on #13 Tulsa Golden Hurricane on Friday in San Diego, California.

Should the Bruins get there, the Sweet Sixteen round of the South Region will be played in Memphis, Tennessee. As for the Final Four, it will take place at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

After beating the Arizona Wildcats, 75-71, to win the Pac-12 Tournament Championship, the Bruins had severely increased their stock. Critics were seeing the Bruins go anywhere from the #5 seed up to #8. That changed with a solid three-game weekend as the Bruins ran through Oregon and Stanford and beat Arizona in The Greatest Game In Pac-12 Tournament History.

The UCLA-Tulsa winner would face the winner between #5 Virginia Commonwealth Rams and the #12 SF Austin Lumberjacks on Sunday.

Also in the top half of the South Region, #1 Florida will play the Round 1 winner. #8 Colorado will face #9 Pittsburgh.

As for the bottom half of the region, the more notable teams are #2 Kansas and #6 Ohio State.

The four #1 seeds in the tournament are Florida, Arizona, Wichita State and Virginia representing the South, West, Midwest and East regions, respectively.

As for the Pac-12 Conference, this year they have six representatives: Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, Oregon, Stanford and UCLA.

Times and ticket information is yet to be released. Stay with and for updates.


Mike W.R.

Twitter: @TheBigDisco

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