The rest of the Wildcats scored a total of 17 points.
The Wildcats opened up the game by making their first four shot but then allowed the Bruins to go on a 19-5 run and found themselves on the wrong end of a double figure lead.
Even with Jordan Farmar saddled with two early fouls, the Bruins dominated. Arizona committed 11 first half turnovers and the Bruins responded with 12 points.
Arizona switched to a zone defense and the UCLA outside game suffered. The Bruins missed their final seven three pointers of the half and the Cats were able to cut the lead to seven at the half.
UCLA stormed out of the locker room and scored 16 of the first 22 points. A Collison jumper put the Bruins up 20, and they coasted the rest of the way.