For the first time in this year's NCAA Tournament, a No. 1 seed is in trouble. It's halftime in Anaheim, and UCLA, the 1 seed in the West region, trails 9 seed Texas A&M 29-26.
UCLA has gotten a big game from Darren Collison, who has 14 points and is 4-for-4 from the field, with all four shots coming from beyond the arc. Kevin Love has eight points and five rebounds. But UCLA's other three starters -- Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, Josh Shipp and Russell Westbrook -- have combined for zero points on 0-for-11 shooting.
A&M has eight points apiece Bryan Davis and Donald Sloan, and DeAndre Jordan has come off the bench to score six. Jordan, a 7-foot freshman who was one of the top recruits in A&M history, will need to have a big second half against Love, the more celebrated 7-foot freshman, for A&M to pull this one out.
UPDATE: Kevin Love, Darren Collison Lead UCLA Past Texas A&M