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UCLA Fails First High-Major Test

Shabazz Muhammad

Facing Georgetown, which isn't even an elite high-major team, UCLA lost easily, 78-70, unable to match up athletically and having no answer for the Hoyas' zone defense...

No one should be surprised. In UCLA losing to Georgetown, 78-70, this game went just about the way anyone who had a good grasp of this team would think it would. Georgetown was UCLA's first high-major opponent, which means high-major players and athleticism. We've been maintaining that UCLA, with its limited athleticism, would struggle against high-major athleticism. Here's the thing, too... Recommended Stories

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