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UCLA's pursuit of Jamie Dixon as its next basketball coach hits a snag

LOS ANGELES - UCLA entered a holding pattern with its basketball coaching vacancy Thursday after the school's pursuit of Texas Christian's Jamie Dixon went into an apparent stall.

Dixon did not address the Bruins' opening during a previously scheduled end-of-the-season meeting with his players, according to a person close to the situation, instead focusing on routine topics two days after the Horned Frogs' season ended with a loss to Texas in

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