Arizona State 62, Oregon 54
The Sun Devils (11-2) went on a 13-2 run late in the second half to notch their first conference-opening win since 2003 and only the program's fourth victory in a Pac-10 opener in the last 20 years.
UCLA 76, Stanford 67
The animated Shipp, the middle of three brothers who have played in the Pac-10, hit five 3-pointers, including one with four minutes left that gave the Bruins (13-1) an 11-point lead.
Shipp's older brother Joe played at California and his younger brother Jerren plays at Arizona State.
Russell Westbrook added 15 points for the defending Pac-10 champions, who won their sixth straight game and beat Stanford for the fourth time in five meetings. Kevin Love added 15 points for the Bruins.
Anthony Goods scored 17 points to lead the Cardinal (11-2), who had their seven-game winning streak snapped. Brook Lopez had 13 points and eight rebounds before fouling out in the final three minutes. Robin Lopez also fouled out with eight points and 12 rebounds. Mitch Johnson scored 10 points.
California 92, USC 82
Vierneisel was 6-for-35 on 3-pointers this season before hitting the two from long range that put Cal (10-2, 1-0) up 72-65 with 5:44 to go. That started a 15-3 run that carried the Golden Bears to their fourth win in 12 conference openers under coach Ben Braun.
Patrick Christopher led the way for Cal with 24 points. Jerome Randle added 16 and Vierneisel had a career-high 15. DeVon Hardin had 15 points and 10 rebounds and Ryan Anderson scored 15 points.
Mayo, the talented freshman, scored a game-high 34 points but missed seven of 10 3-pointers for USC (9-4, 0-1). Dwight Lewis added 17 points and Davon Jefferson had 12.
Arizona 76, Oregon State 63
Another batch of games coming your way this weekend...