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  • WELSH CARRIER

    Trojans shot down like dogs — UCLA’s Aircraft Carrier Thomas Welsh carries the Bruins to victory over u$c 82-79, scoring 21 Points including UCLA’s last 5 — a 3-pointer to give them the lead, and 2 Free Throws to go up by 3 with 11 seconds left;  Aaron Holiday (23 Points, 9 Assists, 6 Rebounds, […]

  • WIN ONE FOR THE TIPPER

    The tip is included — Thomas Welsh’s tip of an inbounds pass with 1.5 seconds left helps save UCLA from blowing a 24-point lead with 5 minutes to go, a lead built mainly by Thomas’ 19-11 Double-Double, and partially by a Welsh Rare bit of perimeter shooting, as the Bruins survive against South Dakota 85-82 […]

  • LOOK MA, NO HANDS!

    Hands free?  Ali! — UCLA, playing without injured Starting Point Guard Jaylen Hands, still brushes off the UCI Anteaters 87-63, thanks to a career-high 21 Points from Prince Ali, who started in place of Hands It’s never easy to play a game when your floor leader is missing.  The Bruins started their game against Irvine […]

  • MODSTER M*A*S*H

    Money Modster — With Josh Rosen and many other walking wounded on the Bruin sidelines, UCLA’s backup QB Devon Modster — and record-setting WR Jordan Lasley — step up and lead the Bruins to 3 second half scores, including a J.J. Molson game-winning 37-yard Field Goal with 4 seconds left, to beat Cal 30-27 The […]

  • INJUSTICE LEAGUE

    Holy Bat, man — Led by the Dynamic Duo of Rosen and Lasley (204 yards and 3 TD’s), UCLA out-plays, out-gains, and out-converts u$c, but gets a fumble recovery overturned, and a Touchdown and crucial 3rd down stop nullified, plus several passes BAT-ted down, so they end up caving 28-23 UCLA finally played a decent […]

  • LASLEY COME HOME

    Keep it Lasley, Bruins — UCLA’s much-maligned Defense gives up 584 yards, but gets a Pick Six and holds the ASU Offense without a TD after Halftime, while Josh Rosen hooks up with Jordan Lasley for 162 yards and the game-winning Touchdown in an entertaining 44-37 barn-burner that keeps the Bruins perfect AT HOME It’s […]

  • 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 […]

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