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Bruins use big second half to top Saint Francis

LOS ANGELES_Try as it might to disrupt Moses Brown, Saint Francis learned some unfortunate truths about UCLA's 7-foot-2 freshman center.

He'll find a way to score even if you take away lobs and entry passes.

He'll block shots that come anywhere near his arms that seem to reach all the way to Bel-Air.

He'll grab rebounds like he owns the deed to

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