Pac-12 Media Day Observations

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It is a new day with new leadership at the top of the Pac-12 conference, a new coach in the South, new NIL issues, and now the looming topic of schools across the country looking at opportunities in other conferences. It was in the framework that we had 2021 Pac-12 Media Day at the W […] READ MORE




UCLA Kicks Itself Into Bowl Season

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On the leg of J.J. Molson, UCLA beat Cal 30-27 Friday night at the Rose Bowl. The Bruins, at 6-6, are now bowl eligible, and the win came with representatives from the Independence Bowl in Shreveport, Louisiana looking on. UCLA Kicks Itself Into Bowl Season They are not guaranteed a bowl, as there will more […] READ MORE


UCLA Football; The Day After

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It has been more than 24 hours since UCLA announced the firing of head coach Jim Mora. Since the timing of the firing, with one week left in the regular season, caught many by surprise, it is a good time to take a step back and look at the situation from a sort of aerial […] READ MORE


UCLA Fall Camp; The Checklist

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UCLA training camp is sort of like the shopping list you take with you to the store. Milk. Check. Bread. Check. Big jug of wine. Check. Ok kidding there. That has to be someone else’s shopping list. As we look at the end of open practices for Jim Mora’s 2017 squad, there is a very […] READ MORE


UCLA Spring Scrimmage

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There was an air of familiarity at the UCLA Spring Scrimmage Saturday. Quarterback Josh Rosen was back under center after missing the last seven games of the 2016 season with a shoulder injury. There was a deep stable of running backs struggling to find any running room up the middle behind an offensive line still […] READ MORE


UCLA Spring Camp

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As UCLA opens Spring camp, there are more questions than answers on both sides of the ball, and there is barely a position that isn’t under a microscope. We are going to skip the Jim Mora hot seat debate. Of course the seat is warm because the team took huge steps backwards last year with […] READ MORE