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UCLA Head Coach Jim Mora took questions at the Holiday Bowl press conference Wednesday, talking about the match-up with the Baylor Bears...
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Tony Parker was part of the incoming class of freshmen that were supposed to lead UCLA to instant success. While the 9-3 Bruins have had moderate success, Parker has started out his career looking like a bust. The 6-foot-9 big man from Atlanta has only averaged 3.3 points in 8.6 minutes per game this season. Over the holidays, he began showing signs of his unhappiness in Westwood...
The Lowdown: Before getting into the preview of this year’s Holiday Bowl, take yourself back to Saturday, November 17th. Baylor was coming off a loss to Oklahoma and stood with a 4-5 record on the season. For the Bears to qualify for their third straight bowl game, they would have to win two of three games against Kansas State, Texas Tech, and Oklahoma State. Given the fact that...
On Friday (9:00 P.M., ESPN2) the #7/9 Missouri Tigers (10-1) travel to Los Angeles to take on the UCLA Bruins (9-3).
Missouri comes off of a hard fought 82-73 victory over Illinois in their annual Braggin’ Rights game.
Now, this could be a Holiday Bowl.
The Baylor Bears (7-5), whose offense ranks first nationally after piling up an average of 578.8 yards, face the UCLA Bruins (9-4) on Thursday night in the game that calls itself ''America's Most Exciting Bowl Game.''
This game should more than ooze offense.
''When people predict a shootout and the head coach is standing...