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ASU is behind us, and despite losing, I know we can be the best team in the PAC-12

It is time for UCLA to make their "statement" game this season!

I have never been more disgusted with another team than when this classless Asshat (Cheatey Petey) along with his worthless lapdop "future QB" (Smug-faced, then Barred from College 3rd stringer NFL QB) decided to "Go for it" with less than 1 minute left in the game

But it's time for All our UCLA Players to channel their inner Bruins, and go for the jugular against those Clowns across town, LA is OUR City, it is in OUR NAME

Fight with pride this week Bruins, Give these Trogans a taste of their own Medicine, they are desperate

We should NEVER, EVER have to think about losing against Cheating $cum, If this doesn't get you fired up then look up these scores: 66-19 50-0 Time to make some Ketchup and Mustard sauce at the Colosseum this Saturday!


Opponent Watch: Nevada looking a little leaner

Haven't seen this posted yet, anyone have more info?

Just to pour salt on the wound

There you go coaches, you shouldn't need billboard material, but that's what that smug clown across town is able to tell anyone that will listen to his argument, that he isn't a total fraud. GO BRUINS!

University of Sanctioned Criminals

Well, at least this means that $uc is making a nice comfy home for another criminal on their team, at the expense of a student athlete that earned his scholarship. Stay classy Trogans! Cheat on! GO BRUINS!

"#Oklahoma latest school to offer #UCLA OL commit Christian Morris and will likely get a visit"

"#Oklahoma latest school to offer #UCLA OL commit Christian Morris and will likely get a visit"

Greg Biggins

When the offense scored at one point, Harbaugh "rewarded" that group by having them run. The idea...

When the offense scored at one point, Harbaugh "rewarded" that group by having them run. The idea was that the winning team earned the right to get better, the coach explained. It's no secret that Jim Harbaugh is my favorite modern day football coach. I remember hearing about him when a close friend who went to University of San Diego started talking about their new head coach. He took a USD team 7-4 in his first year, and then 11-1 the following. I Followed his career at Stanford, and the infamous "What's your deal" exchange between him and Ol' Cheatey Petey, really got me juiced. There is something about the guy that shows you that at the end of the day, he is truly a leader, and knows how to keep his players motivated. Oh and the fact that I'm a HUGE 49ers fan, has nothing to do with this post.... /end sarcasm Hopefully, Jim Mora is able to promote this type of atmosphere on a team that desperately needs leadership from the top, down. GO BRUINS!

Another day, Another lie, Brought to you by, The university of $cumbag Cheaters

Well it sure didn't take long to expose Kiffin for what he is. Hypocrite? Liar? D-bag? or all of the above? USATODAY is reporting that Kiffin lied about his vote in the coaches poll. I guess when you drop the bar that low for people, $anctioned college finds a way to drop it even lower... UPDATE: Press release from u$c, "``USA TODAY sent a June 4, 2012, letter to coaches who agreed to vote in its college football poll stating that, except for the final poll of the regular season, 'votes for all other polls will be kept confidential by USA TODAY.' ``The fact that the leadership of the American Football Coaches Association, which tasks USA TODAY to administer its poll, joined with the poll administrators from USA TODAY to decide to breach that confidentiality by providing to a reporter a coach's vote in its pre-season poll is disappointing and attacks the integrity of the poll. Further, that the reporter who was given this information represents the very organization that conducts the poll is a conflict of journalistic interest.''" -Tim Tessalone Pretty self explanatory right? the "institution", can't have people exposing the truth, right? GO BRUINS!

Ex-UCLA coach to NC State

Larry Farmer was a player on Coach Woodens' teams in the early 1970s. From 1970-1973 The teams Larry played on went 89-1 89-1? What would we Bruins do, for a record like that, in todays' day n' age?? *Sigh* GO BRUINS!


Miami Football in Hot Water...again, did UCLA catch a break?

It appears that Miami Football is yet again, in another fill of trouble. According to Yahoo Sports Al Golden has failed to do the job that he pledged he would do, which entailed cleaning up the...

u$c=Cheaters, Cheaters, and oh yeah, More Cheaters

ahhh, it appears that the last minute "announcement" of one of the coaches on u$c's staff resigning is really, much ado about something.... Looks like the glorified community college across town, and Captain Kiffy, may have some more explaining to do...Hmm I wonder where all those "Talented" LA Times sports journalists are on this...haha, I don't think I could keep a straight face through that thought. GO BRUINS!!!

Dual QBs, a sign of the times?

CRN, Not the only Coach to contemplate playing 2 QBs. I found this part of the article particularly interesting, "I really believe competing against each other has made both of them better," Spurrier said. When Spurrier hears criticism of his decision to rotate quarterbacks, he points back to his Florida days when the Gators won SEC titles alternating between Terry Dean and Danny Wuerffel, and later when Rex Grossman and Jesse Palmer took snaps". As, I still have doubts about KP's knees holding up in the Pistol, I can't help but have faith in RN. I just hope Brehaut uses it as motivation to compete, rather than sulking... Only time will tell, and either way, we will all be supporting our team that has continued to work through adversity, the honest way, unlike certain other teams that we don't need to get in to. Is it Saturday yet??? GO BRUINS!!!

The "Next" Michael Jordan could come from under CBH

Saw this,, and it really made me think of Ben Howland as far as developing Elite Talent is concerned, UCLA Players are practically a guaranteed success if they listen to CBH, and apply what he is teaching to their game. Not just betting on their Athleticism... UCLA players should be drafted higher the longer they work in Howland's system "Kerr added: "Michael had three years at North Carolina with Dean Smith. That makes a big difference. I think he was brought up at a time when there was probably better development at a young age in terms of coaching. I think LeBron is a product of the AAU system where you rely on your athleticism, you go and play 100 games a year but maybe you don't focus on your weaknesses and what you need to lock in on. "As a result, fundamentally and technically LeBron has some flaws. He has to address those. If I were him, I would spend all summer down on the low block shooting jump hooks and turnaround jump shots -- the entire summer.""

Hundley on UCLA, "... An Incredible Place"

The rest of the article is ESPN Insider, but has a lot of really great quotes from the 4 star prospect out of Arizona. I don't really know the rules on quoting things from subscriptions, but he responds positively to a question about the Pistol and him believing he would be a good "dual threat" QB. In any case, there is still a lot of things he talks about that are very encouraging for us. Moderators, if I've said too much already, please take down the post. GO BRUINS!!

I know this was posted on Bruins Nation in 2008, and if its possible to bring it back up, please...

I know this was posted on Bruins Nation in 2008, and if its possible to bring it back up, please replace this post. Watching this video gets me to really put those 4 letters in to context, and makes me well up with emotion. Though we won't be playing in the big dance this year, I have faith that our players will learn that they can achieve more than they could have ever imagined with hard work and dedication. I know we'll get through this rough patch, the important thing is keeping this Bruin family together. GO BRUINS!!


66-19: Only 2 Numbers Our Players Should Be Thinking About This Saturday

A Bruin Fan Recounts Painful Memory Of "66-19": 2 Numbers UCLA Players Should Be Thinking About When They Take On Southern Cal


A defensive possibility?

According to, the Cowboys have let go of defensive coordinator Brian Stewart after failing to meet the expectations as a Superbowl contending team in 2008. ESPN reports,  

I cannot take any credit for this but saw it on Dohn's site and if whoever made this wants to take...


I cannot take any credit for this but saw it on Dohn's site and if whoever made this wants to take credit and post it him or herself i'll gladly delete mine. But, I thought this was pretty cool.


Maybe its time for a Slight Change...

Upon reviewing the season I find myself at peace with how our team has been progressing. Frankly, If this had been an easy season for bruins, than expectations would be higher than the reality of...


C is for unClassy Trojans

Seems like its not only Bruins who recognize the class difference at U$C. While the trojans are letting this get under their skin, this shouldn't surprise anyone who knows the amount of...


The Embarrased UCLA fan

This is my first fanpost so I hope people can bare with me but I wanted to start off by saying that as a UCLA fan and as an even bigger football fan, I have been embarrased on several occasions by...

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