Halftime: Butler 42, UCLA 35

The Bruins have made this one a bit more respectable, trailing No. 12 Butler by just seven at the half, although they were down by as many as 14 in the first half. If UCLA loses, it faces Long Beach State at 11:30 a.m. Sunday.

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Jill Painter is a sports columnist for the Los Angeles News Group, covering everything from the Dodgers, Lakers, Clippers, USC, UCLA, Kings, golf and all human interest stories in sports.

    well this is definitely a re-building year for Ucla bball.If Howland can get these guys to stay we will make a run next year!We have a lot of young talent that Is going to develop! People be patient and whoever is calling for a new coach is an IDIOT!HOWLAND IS THE MAN!