SACRAMENTO -- The cards have to be kind for anybody who wants to beat UCLA.
Cincinnati stayed at the table as long as it could in the NCAA second round Sunday, but in the end the Bearcats were trying to hit on 17. They only forgot about ther slow-walking strategy for a few possessions, and the Bruins saw that crack and barged through the door, winning 79--67 and moving on to the Sweet 16 in Memphis.
The Bruins will play Kentucky on Friday night, a rematch of the December afternoon when they first showed America their possibilities
They went into Rupp Arena and beat the Wildcats 97-92, although it really wasn’t that close.