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Seastrunk transfers to Baylor; fires missile at Eugene

Well, it looks like Lache Seastrunk decided that Eugene was getting a little too hot for him.  After transferring and landing in Waco, he fired this zinger off: "I felt like God wanted me to be...

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Play the BN Name Association Game: WINNERS BRACKET

BN's off-season name association game concludes with winner brackets of UCLA fan's favorite schools from all BCS conferences.

Former Bruin, Morrell Presley, arrested

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Sadly, it doesn't look like Presley has found greener pastures outside of Westwood. I hope things turn around for him.

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Play the BN Name Association Game: Pac-12

2011 BN off-season word-association game ends with a look at the Pac-12.

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Play the BN Name Association Game: Big-XII

BruinsNation off-season name association game moves along this time focusing on the Big-12.

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Play the BN Name Association Game: SEC

BN community's off-season name association game - SEC conference edition.

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Play the BN Name Association Game: Big 10 (err..12)

We're in the middle of the offseason, folks.  I'm devoid of anything relevant to talk about, so why not play some name association with other schools?  What is the first thing that comes to mind...

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Play the BN Name Association Game: ACC

A community game for Bruins Nation where readers associate various schools from a particular conference with a particular person, memory. This involves ACC.

Early Bracketology

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I know it is waaaaaay too early for this sort of thing, but Lunardi gives Howland's squad a preseason #8 seed with a potential second round matchup against Kentucky in Louisville. I would assume that it is one of the lower #8 seeds. He also has Arizona as a two in the West bracket, Cal and UW as #10 seeds, and SUC as a #12.

P. Jones returns to Baylor

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Despite being considered a potential lottery pick, Perry Jones is returning to Baylor for his Sophomore season. In fact, multiple NBA execs expected Jones to be a top 5 pick. Not only did Jones bypass immediate riches by returning to Baylor, he'll have to sit the first five games of next season as a result of benefits from his AAU coach. I'll admit that I wasn't extremely impressed by Jones when I watched him earlier this year, and I think this decision will benefit him in the long run. That said, I still think it's amazing think that Jones is bypassing lottery status for a second season in Waco, yet we have trouble getting potential second round picks to return to Westwood.

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DC Search Reset

CRN fired Bullough on December 18, 2010.  It is now February 9, 2011.  We have seen two coaches were supposedly hired (Shannon and Seto), one of which faded away (Shannon) while the other was...

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Scout Moves UCLA's Hundley to 5 Star

Update on Bruin bluechip QB recruit - Brett Hundley - who officially enrolled early at UCLA for 2011 winter quarter.

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My belated thoughts on the OSU game

1.  Versus coverage wasn't as bad as I thought.  The picture was pretty good, but the announcers left a little to be desired.  Especially when they tried to explain how UCLA got a helmet to helmet...

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...if it meant we win.

In response to a post, I made the comment: I'd watch 3 yards and a cloud of dust if it meant we win.   It was off the cuff, but it got some pretty good responses.  It might be a good form...

Do they teach Driving Under the Influence 101 at SUC?

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Dwayne Jarrett was arrested for the second time in three years for driving while intoxicated. Even without these VERY SERIOUS incidents, his career probably would not have extended beyond this year, but this incident sheds light on mental acumen of a SUC type of player. When Jarret's actions are coupled with Thugaluga's, it makes you wonder if they were both being tutored by Dave Watson. http://www.duiattorney.com/news/6556-usc-trainers-fed-football-coachs-painkiller-addiction

Petey continues to shed former SUC players

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Talk about disloyalty. It's pretty telling how Petey really feels about his players. He humiliated Sanchez, passed on Mays & McKnight, traded for White only to cut him immediately, and recently traded away Lawrence Jackson. Not to mention the fact that he bailed on his team as soon as he felt the NCAA breathing down his neck. Hey, at least he still has Mike Williams- a true humanitarian!

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SI.com On UCLA: A Traditional Power On The Upswing

SI.com frontpage piece on UCLA football under Coach Rick Neuheisel: A Traditional Power On The Upswing

My prediction for biggest sophomore improvement: Morrell Presley

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Here's a free piece from scout.com. I can't wait to see how CNC utilizes the more reliable #7. If anyone has the opportunity to go to practice, I would really appreciated updates on how he is used in various formations.

Maybe Kitty's violations at Tennessee weren't so minor, after all.

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I got to catch a little college football live and Joe Schad reported this. Looks like Tennesseans have a little more reason to hate Kitty.

The new Pac-10 brand

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This is a pretty interesting read. No matter what you think about the expansion, you have to like Scott's energy and vision. I'd do a poll re: the new logo, but I don't know how.

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Re. LAT's cheap attacks at UCLA: Failed attempt to follow Dufresne's logical process

The LA Times lead college football reporter makes a failed attempt to explain an ignorant and uninformed tweet, taking cheap shot at UCLA football program.

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Ex-Trogan Timmeh Turns on SUC, Hints At "An Underground Economy"

Tim Floyd tries to throw the Trojan athletic director under the bus. He also contradicts himself with regards to his role in "recruiting" of OJ Mayo.

UCLA featured on SI.COM

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Not much new material, but a nice read.

Jerime Anderson: "I don't think I put enough work in during the offseason ..."

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During Q&A w ESPN: Angulo: Before the season, you talked about the work you put in to correct your jump shot by keeping your elbow in. Was that a factor this year? Anderson: No, no. I just don't think I was that aggressive and confident with my shot and with my game. That comes with putting more work in. I don't think I put enough work in during the offseason to play the way that I needed to play this year. I'm not going to make that same mistake again.

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UCLA Picks Up A Key DE Commit - Derrick Bryant - From Big-10 Country

UCLA Picks Up A Key DE Commit - Derrick Bryant - From Big-10 Country

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Rift? [Unstubtantiated Attack/Rumor Mongering Re. Neuheisel/Chow]

This morning I decided to read UW's Dawg Blawg, or whatever they call it, and I came across this: "6. UCLA...A 3-0 start and a victory at Tennessee gives these guys the benefit of the doubt, but...

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New member

Hey everyone, I've been reading this blog for a while but haven't posted yet.  I've been an avid Giants fan since I was a youngster back in the late 80's.  Will Clark is still my hero. Does anyone...

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True measure of success

In reading the recent headlines about Westbrook, KLove, and Mbah a Moute, I began to think about their single commonality; CBH. I've always thought that a coach's success is not merely measured by...

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