WATCH: Andy Enfield, Boogie Ellis discuss USC’s 62-56 win over UCLA

This hasn't been the basketball season the USC men's team envisioned after returning leading scorer Boogie Ellis, adding the top recruit in the country in point guard Isaiah Collier, a top-50 prospect in shooting guard Bronny James and more. Despite blowing a 14-point first-half lead when the Bruins (14-13, 9-7 Pac-12) cruised into halftime on a 15-1 run, USC (11-16, 5-11) reasserted control after the break and kept a comfortable margin down the stretch. Boogie Ellis spurred the Trojans with a game-high 24 points -- his second straight big game in his return from a nagging hamstring injury.

Pitt shows growth in bounce-back effort

If the attendance for Saturday night’s game against Virginia Tech was any indication, Pitt fans full expected the Panthers to bounce back from their 33-point loss at Wake Forest last Tuesday. And the fans weren’t the only ones who expected a bounce-back.

West Virginia struggles with pressure, turnovers

It’s hard to win basketball games on the road in the Big 12 Conference. Yes, some of the credit goes to Iowa State considering they are one of the more challenging defenses in the country but at the same time it takes toughness to win on the road and West Virginia didn’t show that according to their head coach Josh Eilert.

Boogie Ellis leads USC to rivalry victory over UCLA

Boogie Ellis scored a game-high 24 as USC men's basketball beat UCLA by a final score of 62-56 on Saturday, Feb. 24 in Pauley Pavilion. Ellis finished 9-of-18 from the field and knocked down three triples to help the Trojans split the season series against the Bruins.