UCLA LB Deon Hollins will return for senior season

UCLA junior linebacker Deon Hollins announced that he will return for his senior season on Friday. Hollins recorded nine sacks in 2014, leading the team, and had 10 tackles for loss on the season. This past season, the junior recorded 2.5 sacks and 4.5 tackles for loss in 13 gamesIn a statement, Hollins said that while playing in the NFL has been a lifelong dream, he wants to compete...
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January 08, 2016  |  Discuss

USC vs. UCLA is more than just a rivalry game this season

While both USC and UCLA are flawed teams, this year's rivalry game is for the Pac-12 South title and a spot on the Pac-12 Championship game. The Bruins and Trojans have combined to lose seven games this season, but both teams still have a shot to win the Pac-12 and earn a spot in the Rose Bowl. While the Pac-12 South title is important to both teams, the rivalry takes precedent...
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November 23, 2015  |  Discuss

UCLA LB Deon Hollins voices frustration with Pac-12 referees

Coming off the heals of a devastating 31-27 loss at home to Washington State on Saturday, UCLA linebacker Deon Hollins voiced his displeasure this the game's referees on Tuesday.“Beating the referees and beating the other team is rough sometimes,” Hollins said.Hollins was particularly upset about the officiating on the 21-yard touchdown pass with three seconds remaining that...
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November 17, 2015  |  Discuss

UCLA LB Deon Hollins: 'Injuries have just reached comical proportions'

UCLA junior outside linebacker Deon Hollins is probably not the only one to notice how banged up the Bruins are this season.According to OC Register, on the final series vs. Colorado UCLA was missing five of its original starting defenders that played game one vs. Virginia during the season opener. UCLA's biggest preseason defensive star, Myles Jack, is no longer enrolled with the...
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November 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Blind 9-year-old with brain tumor practices with UCLA football

Football can create moments of inspiration that can make us press pause on the world around us. That happened with the UCLA football team this week.According to the local ABC affiliate in Los Angeles, Cade Spinello is providing motivation to the entire UCLA football program. Spinello, a blind 9-year-old boy with a brain tumor, got a chance to practice with the team on Wednesday....
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September 24, 2015  |  Discuss

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