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Indiana State: Reality and Hope
In its season opener, which christened the new Pauley Pavilion, UCLA beat Indiana State, 86-59, Friday night, and we got our first glimpse of the new Bruins. It wasn't an impressive first glimpse. The score indicates a blow-out and UCLA was really never in any danger of losing to the Sycamores. You wouldn't even say that they struggled in this game. But UCLA didn't play well, by any means. Some of that you have to chalk up to first-game kinks, of course. Plus, there was probably an element of distraction from all of the Pauley fanfare. So UCLA will undoubtedly get better. But, of course, there are some concerns. If you never looked at the box score, or even the score board, and you went off purely your overall, general impressions of the game, you'd say: -- Indiana State is bad. Of course, we had to get that qualifier in there, as we traditionally do with every non-league cupcake. But it's important, in analyzing the Bruins, to put into context just how good -- or bad...
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