Lonzo Ball: Everybody knows college players get paid

The world of college basketball got very interesting this past week. A probe led by the FBI would find numerous college players and programs paid off.“But that said, how about some dollar amounts? From Christian Dawkins’ reports, here are the largest dollar amounts listed for former NCAA athletes or their families. But it doesn’t stop here. There are plenty more teams and names to...
Via The Sports Post
24 days ago  |  Discuss

UCLA Softball Plays Two More Games Tonight at the Mary Nutter Classic

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Via Bruins Nation
24 days ago

UCLA Still Not Implicated in Hoops Scandal as More Pac-12 Schools Named

Yahoo! Sports obtained documents that show Southern Cal is dirtier than thought and Utah and Washington are implicated. I’ve been hearing rumors lately that UCLA could be implicated in the ongoing college basketball corruption scandal. So, when I read this morning’s bombshell report from Yahoo! Sports, I slowly read through the article waiting to see if the Bruins were mentioned...
Via Bruins Nation
25 days ago

Steve Alford: Defense is keeping UCLA from taking next step

Consistent defense continues to be an issue for UCLA, and Bruins head coach Steve Alford knows it.UCLA lost at Utah 84-78 on Thursday night. The Bruins allowed the Utes to shoot 52.7 percent from the field for the game. There was a period in the final six minutes of the first half where Utah made five straight threes to build a lead (they went into halftime up 47-40).After the game...
Via Larry Brown Sports
25 days ago  |  Discuss

UCLA Football Announces Dates of Spring Game and First Spring Practices

The Bruins will practice for two weeks before taking a break for Finals Week and Spring Break. Last week, I was concerned about the timing of the beginning of UCLA Football Spring Practices. Today, I’m less concerned. That’s because UCLA has announced the practice schedule for the first two weeks of Spring Practice along with the date of the Spring Game. Spring Practice will begin...
Via Bruins Nation
26 days ago

#2 UCLA Gymnastics Hosts #3 Utah In Pac-12 Clash

With championships galore, these two teams vie for control of the Pac-12. The Red Rocks come to town today and this will be no easy match up. UCLA has managed to climb from #4 at the beginning of the season to #2 nationally after scoring 197.750 on the road at Cal, and the team has a real shot at a national title. Today’s competition will display some of the best gymnastics you’ll...
Via Bruins Nation
29 days ago

#5/4 UCLA Softball Hosts Fordham Tonight

After beating both Cal Poly and UC Riverside on Sunday, the Bruins will play Fordham University at Easton Stadium tonight. After a stellar weekend, the Bruins head into tonight’s game 5-0 as they take on Fordham University. In game one on Sunday, redshirt sophomore Rachel Garcia pitched six innings without giving up a hit, which included eight strikeouts, and got her first win of...
Via Bruins Nation
February 15, 2018

Steve Alford says there is no beef between him and Sean Miller

Steve Alford says there is no beef between him and Sean Miller.A controversy emerged between the coaches last year over some late-game timeouts. It began when Alford called a timeout with a second left in UCLA’s road victory over Arizona last year. Miller thought that Alford was rubbing things in and took offense. When the teams met in the Pac-12 Tournament, he returned the favor...
Via Larry Brown Sports
February 06, 2018  |  Discuss

These 'Jeopardy!' contestants never saw UCLA’s comeback win over A&M

UCLA’s comeback win over Texas A&M in their season opener last year was historic and had some serious repercussions, but some “Jeopardy!” contestants clearly missed it.Though contestant Sean did well in the sports category, he missed this clue about the Bruins and Josh Rosen: We’re pretty confident you would have gotten that right. So would have Kevin Sumlin, who ultimately lost...
Via Larry Brown Sports
February 06, 2018  |  Discuss
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