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  • MOUNT A TROJAN (HORSE) FOR HURRICANE RELIEF

    Again, I apologize for being so busy.  It looks like I will miss the next two home games.  Travesty of justice, but it’s for a good cause:  My actual career. Speaking of good causes, someone (not me) has designed a UCLA/sc T-shirt, and is donating the profits to the Red Cross for hurricane relief, etc. […]

  • TOO HOT TO HANDSLE

    All Hands on Deck — Bruin Freshman Jaylen Hands impresses the crowd at Venice Beach, as do the rest of his teammates, the Bruin Women’s Team, and the UCLA Spirit Squad, but it’s Hands’ dunk jumping over Coach Steve Alford that Hands him the Dunk Contest Title What a slamming day in sun-slammed Venice Beach!  […]

  • WHITE MEN WIPE OUT THE BUFFALOES

    Great White > Buffaloes — On White Out Night at the Rose Bowl, Josh Rosen leads the white-clad Bruins over Colorado 27-23 with 372 yards Passing, while the improved Bruin defense holds the Buffs to 4-for-16 on 3rd Downs to help UCLA to rise to 3-2 on the season (and 3-0 at home) Josh Rosen […]

  • GROUND TO A PULP IN PALO ALTO

    I never sausage a thing — Meating a team playing without their starting Steer-er (QB), the un-beefy UCLA Defense still manages to get butchered for 405 yards on the ground and 7 Touchdowns, including 3 by the back-up Running Back, in a 58-34 pulverizing in the Stanford Stadium Slaughterhouse, for the Bruins’ 10th straight loss […]

  • ROSEN GOES FIVE-0 ON HAWAII

    Book ’em, Josh-o — Josh Rosen leis out FIVE Touchdowns with 0 Interceptions as Hawaii takes it on the Chin Ho, 56-23; Darren Andrews catches 3 of those 5 TD passes No man is an island (not even Maui from “Moana”), and no one player wins a college football game all by himself.  But there […]

  • PLEASANT RALLY SUNDAY (2ND HALF OF 100 PHOTOS)

    If you are just now coming to this site, please view the article below this one first.  That is where you will find a recap of the miracle COMEBACK, and the first 50 photos from the event.  Then COME BACK to THIS article, for the SECOND 50 shots.

  • PLEASANT RALLY SUNDAY

    Not their Stepping Stone — In an extremely rare Sunday game, the Bruins fall behind 44-10 late in the 3rd, then finally stop Monkee-ing around and score 35 straight points — behind Josh Rosen’s 491 Passing Yards, and 4 Passing TD’s (all 4 in the 4th quarter) along with Caleb Wilson’s school-record 15 Receptions, and […]

  • ROSEN ASSETS

    Variable Interest Rate — Coming off a 4-8 season, expectations for return on investment are low, until you see Josh Rosen’s leadership, mechanics, and pinpoint accuracy accrue, and then you get your hopes up again that UCLA’s stock will rise As racial tension rises in the Country, and nuclear tension rises internationally due to a […]

  • RUSSELL WAY MORE THAN PHAT

    Holy Russell Above — UCLA’s Russell Westbrook gobbles up the NBA MVP Award with 69 votes, compared to 22 for Harden, 9 for Leonard, and only 1 for LeBron Even if your team is not elite, if you AVERAGE a triple-double, you deserve the League MVP.  That’s exactly what the Oklahoma City Thunder’s Russell Westbrook […]

  • DREAM LAKER, LEAF-RAKER, IKE TAKER

    …don’t you mess around with me — Lakers choose UCLA’s Lonzo Ball to be their dream maker, mover-shaker, hope-baker, and curse-breaker, seeking to end their 4-year streak of missing the playoffs, while Indiana picks up two Bruins in T.J. Leaf and Ike Anigbogu in the NBA Draft If Lonzo were a lozenge-type candy, he’d be […]

  • NICE COMEBACK!

    Happy (about) returns:  Carin’ about Aaron’s, and more calm with Tom’s — The Bruins better be good with the return of Holiday and Welsh, or elsh! UCLA Basketball was facing the potential loss of FIVE different players who all would have been STARS this upcoming season, but on Tuesday, two of those five decided to […]

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