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Inside: The Week In Sports

College Basketball
With speedy Darren Collison running the show, UCLA is a title contender again • Purdue's surprising surge • Wichita State is a Final Four threat

Jacksonville's Maurice Jones-Drew pinballs his way into Rookie of the Year contention • It's playoffs or bust for the Falcons • Mock draft: Quinn to the Lions

Thrashers forward Marian Hossa is a two-way threat • Draft picks are contributing to the Sharks' success • What's wrong with Philly's Kyle Calder?

Legendary UCLA coach John Wooden was caught in a quiet moment before the start of the annual four-team event named in his honor, which was held last Saturday at the Honda Center in Anaheim. The top-ranked Bruins, whom the Wizard of Westwood led to 10 national championships, beat No. 13 Texas A&M 65--62 in the first game, during which Wooden, 96, received a standing ovation from the crowd of 15,811. USC defeated George Washington 74--65 in the nightcap.