The No. 11 UCLA Bruins (20-9, 13-7 Pac 12) have had a relatively easy run to the Sweet 16, all things considered. Yes, they had an extra round as a result of being a play-in team, but they’ve only faced an 11-seed, six-seed and 14-seed so far. That “cakewalk” is about to end as the No. 2 Alabama Crimson Tide (26-6, 19-2 SEC) roll into the picture for this round. Alabama has won six of its past seven games by double-digits, including both of its tournament games.