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Bruins hit a new low, trailing by 35 at the half, as their bowl chances fade.Bruins hit a new low, trailing by 35 at the half, as their bowl chances fade.
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During last night’s UCLA Bruins v. Arizona Wildcats college football game a random fan stirred up some trouble. With only a few seconds left in the first half, where Arizona was demolishing the Bruins (42-7), a fan disguised as a ref ran onto the field. With the commotion, a major brawl broke out between the teams - check it out:
In Rick Neuheisel’s final game at the helm of the UCLA Bruins(we’re assuming anyways), the Bruins were set to go to the half trailing 42-7 tonight. The only problem? A streaker dressed as a referee ran onto the field … [visit site to read more]Video: UCLA and Arizona Brawl After Streaking Ref Blows a Play Dead - The 110 Report - The 110 Report - A Los Angeles Sports blog
If you go to the UCLA fan forum sites, particularly Bruin Report Online, you’ll find many posts calling for UCLA football coach Rick Neuheisel’s dismissal due to his not-very-good results at his alma mater.Why Rick Neuheisel Will Not Be Fired This Year - The 110 Report - The 110 Report - A Los Angeles Sports blog
Arizona fired its coach after its season careened out of control and could put another coach's job on the line with a win Thursday night.
UCLA, at 3-3 and 2-1 in the Pac-12, heads to the desert teetering between a potential turnaround and another disappointing season.
Coach Rick Neuheisel was already in a bit of hot water before the season and a loss to the struggling Wildcats...
In one of the more bizarre moments that I have ever seen in a college football game, the end of the first half between the Arizona Wildcats/UCLA Bruins finished with a fake referee sighting and a mini-brawl caused by the confusion.
So keep an eye at the right corner of your screen as a referee in shorts tries to get the ball and then all hell breaks loose:
Arizona will play its first game without Mike Stoops on Thursday as it takes on the UCLA Bruins. Read on to see a breakdown of the game, including the keys for Arizona and who to watch out for.
Yes, UCLA and Arizona brawled. Yes, the on-the-field action was terrible. And yes, Rick Neuheisel is likely to get fired after UCLA laid the egg of all eggs on a national showcase. None of these items of note, however, compare to the unbelievable actions of one individual who took zero snaps in the game. He [...]
Whatever it was that Rick Neuheisel‘s UCLA team showed in a 48-12 thumping by Arizona, it wasn’t a competitive football team. The Wildcats, who had just one win this season (against 1-AA opponent Northern Arizona) and fired their coach Mike Stoops not two weeks ago, absolutely torched UCLA in every imaginable way tonight. Perhaps it was…
Making the morning rounds.
• I'm still here? Rick Neuheisel made it off the field with his job after Thursday night's 48-12 debacle at Arizona, and there are no reports of him being fired overnight. (Quite the opposite, in fact.) But there was no mistaking the diagnosis after UCLA's nationally televised death rattle: With a golden opportunity to keep pace in the Pac...
UCLA athletic director Dan Guerrero told ESPNLosAngeles.com late Thursday night that replacing Rick Neuheisel after Thursday's loss "isn't even a remote possibility," his strongest statement to date on the coach's immediate future.