Freshman forward Trevor Ariza has been cleared to play limited minutes Saturday against Loyola…
Lions Scare Bruins in OT
The fear after the first two games of the season was: What if UCLA played a game that included two halves like either of the first halves against Vermont or UC Riverside? At least, when the fear came true Saturday night, it was still at the beginning of the season and not in a critical Pac-10 game, and UCLA ultimately ended up winning, 69-66 in overtime, against Loyola Marymount. This game started out very similar to both the Vermont and Riverside games – but then the second half wasn't different this time. Much of that can probably be attributed to UCLA losing Michael Fey for the second half, Fey leaving the game near the end of the first half with a scratched eye. He was taken to the UCLA hospital and head coach Ben Howland, in his post-game comments, said he had yet to hear word about Fey's condition. Without Fey, UCLA's struggling offense continued to struggle without any kind of inside scoring threat. UCLA was perimeter oriented all night. And when you're perimeter...
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