UCLA vs Colorado


It’s come down to this, and it is very simple. UCLA vs Colorado Saturday at the Rose Bowl starts a three week stretch with way too much on the line for the Bruins. Not that you would know it from the school’s standpoint. What’s At Stake The postseason possibilities are at play. The Bruins, sitting […] READ MORE

Texas A&M vs. Colorado Preview


Texas A&M heads into a matchup with the Colorado Buffaloes after the Aggies’ impressive win against Kent State last Saturday. This will be Haynes King‘s first road game, and it will be a tough environment for him at Empower Field. Regardless, the Aggies are heavily favored in this game. They are expected to come out with […] READ MORE

UCLA’s Process Isn’t Working


At a postgame press conference in 2018, we were told by UCLA head coach Chip Kelly that he does not or did not use the phrase, “The process.” He said maybe it was a catch phrase the players were using. But we knew we were right, so we moved on and forgot all about it. […] READ MORE

UCLA’s 2020 Looks Like 2019

Maybe 2020 is not such an anomaly. Maybe it is not really an outlier. Some things are just the same as in 2019. Take UCLA football for instance. Defensive coordinator Jerry Azzianro’s defense is still inexplicably porous. Quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson still has flashes of brilliance mixed in with an inability to take care of the […] READ MORE

Pac 12 Football; Living Day By Day

The sentiments from new Colorado Buffaloes coach Karl Dorrell are clear. Everyone wants answers on whether there will be a college football season or not. But as we sit here in mid-May, it is far too soon to tell. “We are living each day really day by day, in terms of the information we get,” […] READ MORE

The Pac 12: Cash Is A Four Letter Word


Mel Tucker left his coaching job at Colorado this last week to take an offer at Michigan State. He takes over for Mark Dantonio who “retired” abruptly the day before National Signing Day. On the surface, leaving a struggling Colorado program for a Michigan State team that is expected to compete at the higher end […] READ MORE

UCLA Finds Its Maturity


Saturday night’s 31-14 win over Colorado encapsulated UCLA’s season succinctly into four quarters at the Rose Bowl. There was enough good, with visions for a high ceiling on both offense and defense. UCLA took advantage, as good teams do, of playing one of the statistically worst defenses in the country. And there was some of […] READ MORE

It’s Execution Time For UCLA


When you lose a handful of games, the questions come from all over. Do the schemes work? Are the players good enough? Are the coaches maximizing the abilities of the players? Why do we keep losing? When you win a couple of games, the answers are much easier for a coach like Chip Kelly, who […] READ MORE

Tailgate Pick ‘Em Week 2 Including Texas vs LSU


College football week 2 features some key road tests for ranked teams. The featured game is Texas vs LSU in Austin, while Syracuse, Texas A&M, Nebraska, and Stanford all hit the road hoping to spark their seasons with big victories. Our panelists, Yesh Ginsburg, John Bava, Steen Kirby, and Lukas Weese offer their predictions. #21 […] READ MORE

Tailgate Pick ‘Em Week 0 Predictions Including Florida vs Miami


Tailgate Pick ‘Em is back this year with predictions for key matchups in the earliest part of the 2019 college football season. The season will kick off with a sunshine state clash between rivals of Florida vs Miami. We also have two other rivalry games on the slate, with Utah vs BYU, and Colorado vs […] READ MORE