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Topic - Brandon Taylor
Johnny Dawkins will not get caught up in the bracketology business or the chances his Stanford team has of reaching the NCAA tournament.
Penn State coach Pat Chambers struggled to explain why his Nittany Lions have experienced success on the road during Big Ten play.
Brandon Taylor still thinks about the three free throws he missed in overtime of loss to third-ranked Arizona last month.
Strong defense has saved Arizona in several games this season. It was no different against a determined underdog in a tough environment on the road.
Utah had the No. 4 team in the nation in trouble and could not close it out.
Brandon Taylor feels like he is in a good spot again as a basketball player.
Utah offered up a textbook example of a worst-case scenario on offense during the first half of its game against Washington.
Brandon Taylor scored 20 points and Delon Wright added 19 to help Utah end a 3-game losing streak with a 78-69 victory over Washington on Thursday night.
Patrick Chambers credits his Penn State basketball team with staying the course - getting three straight Big Ten wins after a six-game losing streak.
UCLA came close to pulling off an impressive comeback. The No. 25 Bruins just fell too far behind early and ran out of time.
Close games have not been friendly to Utah in Pac-12 play this season. This time, though, the Utes wrote a new ending to a familiar script.
LSU starting strong safety Brandon Taylor injured his right leg in the first quarter of the Tigers' home game against Alabama on Saturday.