Utah is headed back to the Sweet 16 for the first time in a decade.

Brandon Taylor scored 14 points and Delon Wright added 12 as the fifth-seeded Utes beat No. 4 Georgetown, 75-64, Saturday in Portland, Ore.

The Utes (26-8) will travel to Houston to play the winner of Sunday's game in Charlotte, N.C., between top-seeded Duke (30-4) and No. 8 San Diego State (27-8).

Utah hasn't advanced to the Sweet 16 since 2005, when the Utes fell as the No. 6 seed to No. 2 Kentucky. The Utes are making their first tournament appearance since 2009.

L.J. Peak led Georgetown (22-11) with 18 points.

Jordan Loveridge's long jumper gave Utah a 57-53 lead late, but the Utes couldn't quite pull away from the physical Hoyas. After Peak's layup brought Georgetown within 61-57 with 3 minutes, 6 seconds left, Taylor nailed a three-pointer for Utah.

Dakarai Tucker's layup stretched Utah's lead to 66-59 at the 1:40 mark and Georgetown couldn't catch up.

The Hoyas haven't been to the Sweet 16 since 2007, when they won as the second seed and then dropped to top-seeded Ohio State in the Final Four.

Georgetown was making its 30th appearance in the tournament, including a national championship in 1984. The Hoyas settled for an NIT invitation last year after getting bounced from the 2013 NCAA tournament as a No. 2 seed by No. 15 Florida Gulf Coast.

UCLA 92, UAB 75 - A week after anxiously waiting and praying for an at-large berth in the NCAA tournament, the UCLA Bruins certainly have done their best to quiet their doubters.

They were the first team to advance to a regional semifinal.

Tony Parker led five Bruins in double figures with a career-high 28 points and grabbed 12 rebounds as 11th-seeded UCLA beat 14th-seeded UAB in Louisville, Ky., to advance to its second straight Sweet 16.

"The selection committee thought we were good enough to play in this tournament, and I think we proved it," Parker said.

Many thought the Bruins shouldn't have even been in the field of 68 after scoring only seven points in a half against Kentucky in December and an inability to win consecutive games away from home all season.

Now they have won two straight in Louisville - and six of their last seven - to earn their first consecutive Sweet 16 berths since reaching the Final Four three straight seasons between 2006 and 2008. They will play either Gonzaga or Iowa Friday in the South Regional semifinal in Houston.

The Blazers (20-16) missed out on their first regional semifinal since 2004 coming off their big upset of No. 3 seed Iowa State on Thursday. Robert Brown led the Blazers with 25 points and William Lee added 10.

Still, it was a big turnaround for a program that was Division I's third-youngest program at the start of the season and 4-9 when Conference USA play began.