We're on the threshold of yet another March Madness, and UCLA Bruins fans are painfully aware of what their team is up against.
Thanks to a season rife with underachieving, the dismissal of leading scorer Reeves Nelson and a scathing Sports Illustrated cover story, UCLA (18-13) finds itself in the unenviable position of having to win four games in four days at the Pac-12 Tournament to qualify for the NCAA dance.
While the task at hand may seem downright impossible, let me remind you that it's not. Just last year, UConn won five games in five days to capture the Big East Tournament.
For the Bruins to take a page out of Connecticut’s playbook and capture the Pac-12, they’re going to need a few aspects of the game to break in their favor.
Here are some keys to UCLA winning the conference tournament.