UCLA 76, Tulsa 59
Despite its best player having an off night, No. 4 UCLA cruised to a victory over No. 13 Tulsa in the final second-round game of the 2014 NCAA tournament.
Bruins star Kyle Anderson had just eight points, but his teammates picked him up as he struggled.
Jordan Adams and Norman Powell both had big nights for Steve Alford's team as the duo combined for 36 points for a surging Bruins team.
The win also provided a bit of redemption for both the team and head coach Steve Alford, who both lost in the second round in two separate games in 2013.
Tulsa received 18 points from D'Andre Wright and 11 from James Woodard, but no other players could step up when the Golden Hurricane needed it the most.
The Bruins will face No. 12 Stephen F. Austin in the third round on Sunday at 7:10 p.m. ET.
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