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Articles tagged: UCLA Football

David Pollack: UCLA is sexy, cool again

Good news for my Bruins: UCLA is “cool” again. You know it has to be true because ESPN said so. During their National Signing Day program, ESPNU started talking about the Bruins because reporter Shelley Smith was stationed in Westwood to report on UCLA. Analysts Mike Bellotti and David Pollack raved about the program and…Read More

Would Jim Mora consider leaving UCLA for Washington job?

Now that Jim Mora’s “dream job” at Washington is open, would he consider leaving UCLA to take it if the Huskies came calling? Before Mora was fired as head coach of the Atlanta Falcons in 2006, he said during an interview with Seattle radio station KJR that he wouldn’t hesitate taking the head coaching position…Read More

UCLA disrespects USC in Coliseum after win

UCLA has been dominated by USC in the crosstown rivalry for the last decade, so the Bruins were justifiably fired up after beating the Trojans in the Coliseum 35-14 on Saturday. The win marked UCLA’s first win at the Coliseum since 1997; it was the first time the Bruins have won back-to-back games against USC…Read More

UCLA unveils new all-black uniforms

When we think of the colors associated with UCLA football, light blue and gold come to mind. That thought will be temporarily erased on Nov. 15 when the Bruins take on Washington. On Tuesday, UCLA unveiled its new black alternate uniforms. They are incredibly different from the vintage look we are used to, but something…Read More

UCLA offers scholarship to 8th-grade QB Lindell Stone

UCLA is already actively recruiting for the Class of 2017. That’s right, 2017. On Tuesday, the Bruins offered a scholarship to eighth-grade quarterback Lindell Stone, who recently finished school at Dawson Middle School in Southlake, Texas. The 6-foot-2, 190-pound signal caller — who is already being described as a “pocket passer” — is heading to…Read More

Jim Mora paying for bus to take UCLA students to spring game

Jim Mora has already successfully turned around the UCLA football program in only one year on the job. Now he’s looking to improve the fan support for the team. He’s even willing to pay out of his own pocket to improve fan support. Mora tweeted on Wednesday to promote the team’s Saturday spring football game…Read More

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