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Stanford guard Chasson Randle gestures after scoring next to UCLA forward Travis Wear (24) during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game on Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014, in Stanford, Calif. Stanford won 83-74. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)
Pac-12 basketball: Stanford upsets No. 23 UCLA
First Published Feb 22 2014 10:03 pm • Last Updated Feb 22 2014 10:20 pm

Stanford, Calif. • Chasson Randle made a career-high seven 3-pointers and scored 26 points to help Stanford boost their case for an at-large NCAA Tournament berth with an 83-74 victory over No. 23 UCLA on Saturday.

Josh Huestis tied a career high with 22 points and Anthony Brown had 18 for the Cardinal (18-8, 9-5 Pac-12), who have won five of six.

At a glance

Pac-12 standings

Conf All W L Pct W L Pct

Arizona 12 2 .857 25 2 .926

UCLA 10 4 .714 21 6 .778

Stanford 9 5 .643 18 8 .692

Ariz. St. 8 5 .615 19 7 .731

Calif. 8 5 .615 17 9 .654

Colorado 9 6 .600 20 8 .714

Wash. 7 8 .467 15 13 .536

Ore. St. 6 8 .429 14 12 .538

Utah 6 8 .429 17 9 .654

Oregon 5 8 .385 17 8 .680

Wash. St. 2 12 .143 9 17 .346

USC 1 12 .077 10 16 .385

Saturday’s Games

Washington 86, Oregon St. 62

Stanford 83, UCLA 74

Arizona 88, Colorado 61

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This might have been the most impressive of the bunch, coming against a ranked team playing its best basketball of the season. Stanford made 62 percent of its shots, topping 60 percent in a conference game for the first time since exactly 11 years ago against UCLA.

Zach LaVine and Norman Powell scored 14 points each and Tony Parker added 13 for the Bruins (21-6, 10-4), which now trails No. 4 Arizona by two games for the conference lead. Having lost the only scheduled meeting against the Wildcats, UCLA has little margin for error in its quest for the regular-season title.

The Cardinal are just looking to make the NCAA Tournament for the first time in six seasons under coach Johnny Dawkins.

No. 4 Arizona 88, Colorado 61 • At Boulder, Colo., freshman Aaron Gordon scored 21 of his season-best 23 points in the second half and Nick Johnson added 20 points as fourth-ranked Arizona won at Colorado for the first time since 1973.

Coming off an emotionally draining win over Arizona State on Wednesday that burnished their NCAA tourney credentials, the Buffaloes (20-8, 9-6) came out ice cold, missing their first 14 shots.

Washington 86, Oregon State 62 • At Corvallis, Ore., C.J. Wilcox had 23 points and Washington snapped a seven-game losing streak on the road with a victory over Oregon State. Wilcox moved in front of Jon Brockman for second on the Huskies’ all-time career points list.

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