Mailbag: Why one-loss Ohio State could expose the entire playoff system

These weekly rankings shows are a lot like eating popcorn. They’re empty calories. They serve no meaningful purpose but to fatten … TV executives’ wallets. And yet you can’t stop consuming them.Also, in this analogy, the popcorn can completely change its flavor when you get to the end because the most important ingredient has yet to be added.Stewart: It has been stated over and over...
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November 16, 2016

UCLA QB Josh Rosen undergoes surgery on right shoulder

LOS ANGELES (AP) UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen underwent surgery Monday morning on his right shoulder for a soft tissue injury. UCLA said in a statement that the sophomore, who injured his shoulder during a 23-20 loss at Arizona State on Oct. 8, is expected to make a full recovery. Before the injury, Rosen had thrown for 1,915 yards and 10 touchdowns with five interceptions. Senior...
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November 07, 2016  |  Discuss

Teammate says Josh Rosen set to undergo shoulder surgery

Josh Rosen will be undergoing surgery in the near future, according to a teammate. According to the LA Times’ Ben Bolch, UCLA quarterback Mike Fafaul said after Thursday’s loss at Colorado that Rosen will have shoulder surgery next week. Josh Rosen will have shoulder surgery next week, Mike Fafaul said. — Ben Bolch (@latbbolch) November 4, 2016 Rosen is UCLA's first-string...
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November 04, 2016  |  Discuss

UCLA's offensive overhaul yields 45 points, but another loss

PASADENA, Calif. (AP) UCLA set season highs in points and total yards in its loss to No. 19 Utah, just not with the offense it spent all offseason installing and refining in hopes of becoming a more physical team. The change wasn't enough to salvage what looks to be a lost season for the Bruins (3-5, 1-4 Pac-12), but it could offer a way forward. Instead of featuring multiple tight...
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October 23, 2016  |  Discuss

UCLA Football: Mike Fafaul Breaks Completions and Attempts Record, Is This Good or Bad for the Offense?

In his second career start, UCLA Football backup QB Mike Fafaul breaks both the completions and attempts record for a single-game. Is this good or bad for an offense that is struggling? UCLA Football backup quarterback Mike Fafaul has been given a lot of responsibility. So much that he is passing the ball more than […] UCLA Football: Mike Fafaul Breaks Completions and Attempts Record...
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October 22, 2016

UCLA Football: If Rosen Isn’t Ready, Can Backup Quarterback Mike Fafaul Beat Utah?

If UCLA Football starting quarterback Josh Rosen cannot play against Utah, does backup Mike Fafaul have a chance to beat the Utes? Mike Fafaul did a good job leading the UCLA Football team into battle last week against Washington State. Yes, the Bruins lost and yes Fafaul threw a critical late interception on a drive that […] UCLA Football: If Rosen Isn’t Ready, Can Backup Quarterback...
Via Go Joe Bruin
October 19, 2016

UCLA Football: QB Mike Fafaul Deserves Credit Considering the Circumstances

Depsite a loss, backup quarterback Mike Fafaul did a admirable job leading the offense in their loss to Washington State with Josh Rosen injured. The UCLA Football team needed to not have a drop off at quarterback with Josh Rosen hurt and Mike Fafaul did a fine job holding the offense together in his place. Fafaul had […] UCLA Football: QB Mike Fafaul Deserves Credit Considering...
Via Go Joe Bruin
October 16, 2016

Josh Rosen leaves UCLA game with leg injury, returns

The UCLA Bruins suffered a major hit on Saturday when quarterback Josh Rosen left the team’s game against ASU with a leg injury, but the sophomore returned after missing about a quarter of play. Rosen exited the game in the second quarter after suffering his second sack of the game and limped to the locker room. Rosen limping off. pic.twitter.com/zUGPq9bMFH — Bruin Report Online...
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October 09, 2016  |  Discuss

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