UCLA Has Holes To Fill

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Nothing is going to come easy for UCLA this year. There was the shutting down of Spring camp after just a few workouts. There was the clearing out of campus. They got outed by the LA County Director of Health for having positive COVID cases that were actually months old, at a time when there […] READ MORE


UCLA Starts To Move Forward

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It has been a long off-season for UCLA football. From the truncated Spring camp, to the shutting off off-season workouts, to the resumption of very limited workouts, as UCLA starts to move forward. Now, with a season to be had in front of them, the Bruins have commenced with official pre-season camp. There are still […] READ MORE


UCLA Football’s Positive Tests Will Not Be Released

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We have all seen the numbers roll in like a tidal wave over the last few weeks. The Clemson football program has 23 players who have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. Kansas State on Saturday confirmed that 14 student athletes have positive tests. The report does not distinguish how many are football players. Alabama […] READ MORE


UCLA Football Trying To Regroup

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Spring camp in college football is a numbers game. It is about filling holes left over from the previous season; bringing in new talent; and looking position by position for needs and pieces to fill those needs. At UCLA, the numbers are in the cumulative. UCLA had only 60-some-odd players in each of the last […] READ MORE


UCLA Signs QB Parker McQuarrie

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Chip Kelly went back home to get a new quarterback for UCLA with the anticipated signing of Parker McQuarrie from New Hampshire. The 6-7, 220-pound McQuarrie is a four star recruit according to the 247Sports Composite. He is a pro-style quarterback from St. Paul’s High School in Concord, New Hampshire. McQuarrie committed to UCLA back […] READ MORE


UCLA Has More Questions As Season Ends

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An uninspired UCLA season ended in appropriate fashion Saturday night the Rose Bowl, in that it ended. The Bruins lost to Cal 28-18 in front of a crowd of 38,102. It was the second lowest crowd of the season, topping the San Diego State game by 1,151. Clearly UCLA has more questions as the season […] READ MORE


USC Lights Up UCLA, 52-35

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It turns out that having “a good Wednesday,” does not matter so much when your opponent has a great Saturday. USC Lights Up UCLA, 52-35 A UCLA season that felt like it had some momentum a couple of weeks ago was pushed back into futility Saturday after a 52-35 whooping at the hands of USC […] READ MORE


UCLA vs. USC Preview

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As we noted Thursday, this weekend is the 89th renewal of the Crosstown Showdown between LA’s two schools. Now we have the UCLA vs. USC preview. Both teams seem to have gone through multiple seasons over the last three months already. UCLA started 1-5, including three out of conference losses. Attendance at home games at […] READ MORE


Utah Bounces UCLA Out Of Race

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We learned quite a few things with UCLA’s 49-3 loss to Utah in Salt Lake City Saturday night. First, for whatever improvements UCLA has made in the last four weeks, they are not close to being physically competitive with a team like Utah. Second, the oddsmakers who had Utah as a 21-point favorite were delusional […] READ MORE


UCLA vs. Utah; A Season On The Line

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Chip Kelly will never admit that there is anything beyond having a good Wednesday or making that day better than the previous day. But Saturday is kind of a big deal. UCLA travels to Salt Lake City to play Utah in a game that goes a long way in determining the season-ending fate for both […] READ MORE