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A Bruin Family: Reports From Nick’s Vigil

Sharing first-hand account of BN community member Russortiz, who attended the vigil for Nick on Sunday night in San Clemente during which Nick’s Dad and Coach Mora gave emotional remarks.

ANALYSIS: Guerrero's Clownish Response to LAT

A UCLA alum shreds Dan Guerrero's buffoonish response to Los Angels Times report that he may have been less than truthful about vetting of Steve Alford before he was hired as the head coach of UCLA.

ACT: Donate for an Anti-Guerrero Billboard in LA

Call to action asking the BruinNation community to contribute in support of an anti-Guerrero billboard in Los Angeles.

The Hawkeyes View on Alford: "Redacted"

An Iowa fan provides some perspective on UCLA's new basketball coach.

Why the National Media Hates UCLA Basketball

A thorough debunking of the baseless, ignorant and uninformed media narrative of current UCLA basketball fanbase - particularly alumni being spoiled beyond belief by the Wooden dynasty, and would not accept anything short of that success again.

The Uninformed National Media Babble

Some poignant thoughts on the uninformed national media commentary on UCLA basketball from one of the most astute and longtime observers, covering the UCLA program.

Chianti: "The Steelers play on an 80 yrd field!"

Exasperated Chianti Dan says, ""The Steelers play on an 80 yrd. field and they've won more than anyone! Ask the coaches! Those are interent rumors. Do you read the internet?!""

The Eye Test Season Review: Offensive Playcalling

End of the year "eye test" results - assessing the performance of UCLA football team. Part 2 of a 6 part post focuses on UCLA's offensive play calling

The Eye Test Season Review: Well Prepared Defense?

End of the year "eye test" results - assessing the performance of UCLA football team considering factors such as level of execution, play calling, intensity and leadership on the field.

UCLA's Week 14 Trajectory Update: Beat Baylor

With the Holiday Bowl on the horizon the Bruins have 15 more practices to erase those back-to-back losses to Stanford, send our seniors off right and build some recruiting momentum heading into next year.

The "Eye Test": Bruins Run Into Cardinal Wall

The weekly "eye test" - assessing the performance of UCLA football team considering factors such as level of execution, play calling, intensity and leadership on the field.

UCLA's Week 12 Trajectory Update: Beat Stanford

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After what was the biggest game of the year against Southern Cal, the Bruins are faced with another huge game against Stanford; this time the Bruins are playing for potential home field advantage in the -12 Championship game, and the Rose Bowl.

The "Eye Test": Bruins Finish Southern Cal

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The weekly "eye test" - assessing the performance of UCLA football team considering factors such as level of execution, play calling, intensity and leadership on the field.

Beat $C: UCLA's Week 11 Trajectory Update

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The Bruins still hold the all-time record at eight consecutive wins, and here’s hoping we eclipse that record starting with Saturday’s game. U.C.L.A. versus u$c, playing for the outright Pac-12 South division championship – how do the teams compare?

The "Eye Test": Starting & Finishing Cold v. WSU

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The weekly "eye test" - assessing the performance of UCLA football team considering factors such as level of execution, play calling, intensity and leadership on the field.

#DefendOurLogo: It's About Bruin Pride

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UCLA administration, coaches and players cannot allow a Trojan clown stabbing the UCLA logo at the Rose Bowl with his stupid sword.

UCLA's Week 10 Trajectory: Bruins' Top-15 Defense?

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After destroying Arizona, UCLA's defensive numbers are looking good. But the Bruins still have three big games to play and our clobberin’ of the ‘Cats means nothing if UCLA plays down to Wazzu or beat Southern Cal.

The "Eye Test": LA Nights Full of Bruin Highlights

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The weekly "eye test" - assessing the performance of UCLA football team considering factors such as level of execution, play calling, intensity and leadership on the field.

UCLA's Week 9 Trajectory: Focus on Special Teams

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UCLA is technically in the hunt for the Pac-12 championship game with a record of 6-2, but the Bruins stand no chance winning against strong opponents if the Special Teams Unit continues with the play we’ve seen thus far.

Arizona State "Eye Test": Shootout in the Desert

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The weekly "eye test" - assessing the performance of UCLA football team considering factors such as level of execution, play calling, intensity and leadership on the field.

UCLA's Biggest Conference Road Win in How Long?

UCLA's heart-stopping win over Arizona State may be Bruins biggest road win since 1998 when Cade McNown's senior season when the Bruins crushed a very good Arizona team (12-1) team in Tucson (52-28).

Rough Seas Ahead for UCLA Football

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Seven games into the Jim Mora era and UCLA is off to its best start since 2007. However, taking the long view here's where the Bruins sit: improved over Rick Neuheisel's tenure but not over Karl Dorrell's mediocre reign in Westwood.

Utah "Eye Test" Results: MEH

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The weekly "eye test" - assessing the performance of UCLA football team considering factors such as level of execution, play calling, intensity and leadership on the field.

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UCLA Basketball China: Notes From Tsinghua Demolition

First hand games notes from UCLA's dominating win over Tsinghua University in Bruins' first game in China.

UCLA Basketball In China: First (Hand) Impressions - FUSC Even In Beijing

First hand notes from UCLA basketball's historic trip to China from a community member of BruinsNation.

The UCLA Football Brand: Tarnished, Broken, But Repairable

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Thoughts on reviving UCLA football tarnished and broken brand. It certainly appears as if the UCLA athletic department, given all the inconsistencies on display, are making day-to-day decisions absent guidelines and brand strategy.

Seasons Change, UCLA Doesn’t: Why We Ended Up With Jim L. Mora

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Jim L. Mora us another inside the box, stale, and unimaginative hire by the predictably incompetent UCLA administration.

Can UCLA Basketball Regain Elite Status? The Window is Closing

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Discussing real problems and concerns involving Ben Howland led UCLA basketball program.

Has "Ben Ball" Taken UCLA as Far as It Can Go?

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Reflective post from a guest blogger wondering whether UCLA has reached a point of diminishing return with Ben Howland as its head coach.

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