While it's uncertain where Shabazz Muhammad or some others in UCLA's talented freshman class will play next season, their current focus is on helping the Bruins win their first conference title in five years.
Trying for a fifth consecutive victory Wednesday night, the No. 23 Bruins head to the road looking to continue their dominance of a Washington State squad mired in its longest slide in 10 seasons.
Winners in six of seven and back in the Top 25 for the first time since mid-January, UCLA (22-7, 12-4) is tied with No. 19 Oregon for first place in the Pac-12. California is a half-game back of the conference lead and hosts Stanford on Wednesday.
The Bruins, who last won the league title in 2008, close the regular season with two games in the state of Washington while the Ducks play at Colorado and Utah.
"It would be really sweet to win the Pac-12," Muhammad said after scoring 18 in Saturday's 74-69 victory over No. 18 Arizona.
UCLA coach Ben Howland was quick to call that outin...