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uclahy

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What would Coach do?

We Bruin fans love the legacy of Coach. But what is that legacy? Is it the winning basketball and fabulous championship runs, or is it something more? Obviously, the question answers itself. ...

Indy Star: Stevens says "no comments" re his "personal life"

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Brad Stevens says "no comment" about his "personal life," to the Indianapolis Star.

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Power Plays in the Red Zone?

I didn't get home until near midnight after leaving the delirious Rose Bowl. Of course, I had to watch BSPN, et cetera. When I woke up Sunday I spent until early afternoon devouring all the media,...

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Sobering article on Joe Pa's presumed guilt in cover-up.

As one who jumped the gun myself already, I found this little article is very sobering. This website...

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My New Year's Eve Wish List for Football. What's yours?

NO MORA: Embree fair catch/fumbles. Rosario drops. Prince interceptions, except as third string mop-up backup. Pistol mesh. Pistol "fly" sweeps. Pistol F backs. Pistol backs and pistol qbs...

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Replacing Ben: Round Up the Usual Coaching Suspects

The CBH record has the same scratches every year now. Only the names change. Powell is Moser or Stanback. Nelson is Gordon. The Wear twins are Nikola doubled. Josh Smith is a new wrinkle, and...

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Which NFL Coach Would You Hire?

This is not intended to predict anything. It is just food for thought that an NFL record is a poor predictor, period. I believe the manner in which the coaching search was conducted was a...

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The five questions. Please tell me I'm wrong.

The ugly reality. Hope I'm wrong. Ask yourself question 1. After Chianti Dan announced that UCLA was ready to pour millions more dollars a year into our football program for coaches and...

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I emailed the Chancellor this morning. Let's all do it!

Share your emails, letters in this thread. Chancellor Block's contact information:  phone: 310-825-2151, email: chancellor@ucla.edu.  Blitz him with your (respectful) thoughts today. If you have...

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More Than A Chance: We Can Beat Southern Cal

Some people expect us to be crushed in the big game on Saturday, particularly given the pathetic perfomance of our team, especially on offense the last three years under Rick.  We have struggled to...

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We have a pulse or are my eyes deceiving me?

  I only saw the second half of the WSU game, after I discovered streaming video on the Internet while on vacation.  So my judgment is flawed by that omission.  Nevertheless, I consider the victory...

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Do players scrimmage too much given the number of injuries?

I recently read two football stories, one from the present and one from the past, that make me wonder.  Do today's college players scrimmage too much? The present story is one about a rash of...

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Random Thoughts on This 2011 Tourney

Am I the only one who thinks we could beat any one of the Elite Eight teams in the Tournament if Zeke Jones hadn't had to play with just one hand the last two months of the season?   Maybe we...

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3 Kicks in the Pants by a SUC Fan/Friend

I was commiserating with a SUC fan and friend about our seasons when, like an epiphany, the difference between the state of our two programs was all too painfully obvious.  It was a three step kick...

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Do you demand excellence or not?

I just got back from the Rose Bowl after watching the classless clowns of SUC piss on our team and our field with their nauseating victory chants  and putrid two-fingered victory sign and their...

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Beat SUC or else! What do you say?

I nearly gagged on my own spittle when I read that Dan Guerrero announced that CRN is returning as head coach next year, presumably no matter what happens at next week's SUC game, even if we get...

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Relentless Optimism in Action: Go with Bell or Brehaut.

On this day of rumor mongering by UCLA haters, the real question to be answered is which of our quarterbacks is best suited to make the Pistol go? It seems to me, it is not Prince. So we had better...

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Pardon My Venting: I'm Trying To be Constructive ...

SOME POINTS TO PONDER, FROM THE MINOR TO THE MAJOR. I actually, personally, like our coaches, want them to succeed and I am sure they are torturing themselves with WTF is going wrong, too, but...

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The Six Whys Answered When we Beat WSU

Why this was a great win. First off, let me start off with the obvious positives of this great win, which it was! This was an obvious trap game that we have lost time and again, until today. We...

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The Myth of Howie Kendrick

Ever since he came up over four years ago all we've heard about is Howie Kendrick's supposed potential and how he is going to be contending for batting titles one day.  He has had more than enough...

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The Scrimmage was Disappointing in the Passing game,

but showed potential in other areas. http://gallery.me.com/hyselig#100149 Went to the scrimmage and was happy with the nice sized crowd.  I'd guess about 7500 or so, maybe 10000.  The air was...

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Sorry, I have to say it!

My high school daughter was accepted for the UCLA class of 2014 today!   She wants to try out for the cheer squad and support the Bruin teams on the field.  She is die-hard Bruin through and...

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Is Rick Neuheisel Too Soft?

Questions emerge regarding Rick Neuheisel's ability install discipline in the UCLA football program

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I'm Still Waiting for An Offense from CBH

It took Wooden years to get it right.  It may take CBH just as long.  I know no one works harder than he does or bleeds Bruin Blue more than him, but even he is subject to criticism.  And, frankly,...

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Did I witness the beginning of the turnaround or a flash in the pan?

A blogger from Bruins Nation who attended UCLA's road game against Oregon State in Corvallis (OR) writes up his game experience.

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As one of the few Bruin fans lucky enough to go to Arizona

BN reader road tripped to Arizona for UCLA's football game against the Arizona Wildcats. He provides his account based on his unique perspective (sitting right behind UCLA's sidelines) in the stadium.

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Offense Up, Defense Down. Let's go, Bruin fans!

I woke up today more than a little disappointed by some posts on BN.  One thing bothered me above all, besides, of course, the frustration of yesterday's game.  People are throwing our players...

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The Good, The Bad and the Ugly of the Oregon game

I think the most amazing thing about today's loss is how close we came to staying in a game in which we made some terrible mistakes.  I mean, for crying out loud, we gave up a 100 yard touchdown on...

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My Two Cents

My Two Cents I was at the game and saw the whole turkey unfold. These are my observations, for what it’s worth. The Defense: The word undisciplined comes to mind, despite flashes of brilliance....

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The Day In Knoxville With Pictures

A fantastic story around UCLA best road win since 2001: the day in Knoxville with Pictures

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