By Page 2 staff

After winning the PAC-10 title, UCLA is headed to the NCAA Tournament. And the home of the Bruins was the second stop for Page 2's cross-country search for Mr. and Miss Bracket 2006.

Mr. and Miss Bracket Contest
Miss Bracket: UCLA semi-finalists
Buckheit: Home, sweet home
Video: Searching UConn ESPN Motion
Caple: Orange love
Video: Searching Tennessee ESPN Motion
Caple: Bleeding UCLA blue
Video: Searching UCLA ESPN Motion
Caple: Go Zags or bust
Video: Searching Gonzaga ESPN Motion
Caple: The Search begins
As they face off in San Diego in the first round of the tourney, we've narrowed the candidates in our first round of Mr. Bracket finalists. Check out the four candidates and vote for your favorite in the poll on the right. And vote your favorite Bruins' Miss Bracket candidate.

And don't forget that it's not too late to enter the online version of our contest. Click here to show support for your school, submit your essay and photo … and enter to win a Mobile ESPN phone.

Ready to show us why you're the ultimate college hoops fan? Come out to an on-campus tryout and show your school spirit.

The next tryout will be at the University of Connecticut on Thursday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the main campus Cooperative (Co-op) Center.

Christopher Rose
Age: 21
Hometown: San Dimas, Calif.
Why I should be Mr. Bracket:
College basketball is in my blood and my hair! I was at the 1995 Championship in Seattle. UCLA runs through my family. I live, eat and breathe Bruin sports and I'm always giving my 110%. When I can't talk the day after a game, I know I've done my best. Some guys paint their face or chests, but that washes off. I permanently dye my hair blue for my school. GO BRUINS!
Charlie Maas
Age: 21
Hometown: Lincolnshire, Illinois
Why I should be Mr. Bracket: I've planned my trip to the tourney games in San Diego and Oakland and already got my tickets to Indianapolis because I know the Bruins are on their way there. My 15 minutes of fame: posing as the 'A' when my buddies and I spelled out, Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, on our chests for the televised West Virginia game. Offense sells tickets, defense wins championships, if you've got both, you must be a Bruin.

Dan Nasitka
Age: 20
Hometown: Chino Hills, Calif.
Why I should be Mr. Bracket: UCLA is the greatest school in the nation. We won the most NCAA titles and we're basically the sweetest school of them all! Sun, beach, beautiful girls and a GREAT team -- what more can a fan ask for? Sitting in the Bruin Den for each game played in Pauley Pavillion is the most exciting place to be. It's a part of history! Go Bruins … all the way to the Final Four, here we come!

Jason Booker
Age: 22
Hometown: Saratoga, Calif.
Why I should be Mr. Bracket: I'm the most passionate fan because I applied to schools based on sports programs. I had to go to UCLA because the Bruins are the best and Pauley Pavilion is the college basketball mecca. I go to all the games, camp out for tickets and do it up in all blue. I'm lobbying to get my final exam moved so I can go to our first NCAA games and I'll be there in Oakland no matter what.

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