Attack of the Killer B’s

The A-list shots were posted the day after this last home game, but the Bruins’ B-listers are still better than anyone else’s best… including that first one, showing off the Victory Bell

I’m so sorry for making you wait.  I know what it’s like to be addicted to something (like Reese’s White Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups), and not be able to score any for a long, long time.  But for the first time in ages, I have a so-called “real” job, that is taking up every ounce of time that I’ve got.  I have been working about 70-80 hours a week, trying to bring some quality television to children and families across the Country.

It just kills me that I haven’t had time to share any of these photos that I have been sitting on, as much as it is torture that I haven’t had time to write anything about the subsequent loss to Stanford in the Pac-12 Championship (but what a great game), or about UCLA’s selection into the Holiday Bowl in beautiful San Diego, while u$c is shipped off to boring and dusty El Paso, or about the transfers of Josh Smith and Tyler Lamb from the Bruin Basketball team, not to mention the utter failure of the team to live up to preseason expectations.

But with Christmas hiatus coming up soon, I should be able to share another 38 Cheer photos that I have standing by (following up on the 40 that I’m posting in THIS article), and maybe I’ll even get to write an article or two about the Basketball team, and a recap of the Holiday Bowl, which is sure to be full of fireworks, considering that all-Offense, no-Defense Baylor is the opponent.

So thank you for your patience.  Without further ado, here is the 40-photo “second-installment” of the second-to-none UCLA Spirit Squad.



3 responses to “Attack of the Killer B’s”

  1. Barnes2Stokes Avatar

    Glad you’re finally back, T-H….I guess our fellow Bruins over at Bruin Nation were right about Ben Howland all along.

    [T-H’s Note: I’m not happy, but I have HARDLY given up on Howland. This team will be much improved by March, and may make a legitimate run that will keep the wolves (and BN a-holes) at bay.]

  2. UCLADal Avatar

    Thanks as always T-H! No need to apologize. We know you’ll always have it covered when it comes to the Bruins and the rubbers. Congrats on your new gig too! GO BRUINS!

  3. bruin86 Avatar

    I’m confident the Bruins basketball team is getting better and better. they were overhyped in preseason but in this era of college basketball it’s about team chemistry and good talent. Bruins have some great talent and the chemistry is still developing….. Key will be to improve week by week, ramp up with Pac12 play, get seeded, and then break out in the tourney.