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UCLA shows it can reach into pocket

UCLA shows it can reach into pocket

Through six weeks in which it racked up just seven sacks, UCLA might as well have invited opposing quarterbacks to sit in the pocket, kick up their feet, and stay a while. Before the season, there was no such concern about its pass rush, with...

UCLA sneaks back in AP poll at No. 25

A day after sneaking past Cal in a narrow victory on the road, UCLA snuck back into the AP poll after a week-long hiatus. Winning in Berkeley for the first time in 16 years was enough to convince voters to move the Bruins up one spot, from 26th --...
Orange County Register Oct 19, 2014
Bruins catch a break, edge Cal

Bruins catch a break, edge Cal

BERKELEY – Sixteen years had passed since UCLA left Berkeley with a victory, so many of its previous visits ending only in disappointment and heartbreak, so as a deep pass from Cal quarterback Jared Goff hung in the air, you’d be forgiven for...
Orange County Register Oct 19, 2014
UCLA Notes: McDermott brings stability to offensive line

UCLA Notes: McDermott brings stability to offensive line

BERKELEY – Before Conor McDermott found out earlier this week that he’d be starting his first collegiate game at left tackle against Cal, he had taken just 22 snaps as an offensive lineman. But on Saturday, there he was anchoring a...
Los Angeles Times Oct 18, 2014

Ducks say they must rise to the level of physical St. Louis Blues

The mettle the Ducks displayed with two late scores against a Minnesota Wild team that hadn't given up a goal through eight-plus periods now transfers to a Sunday test of muscle against the St. Louis Blues.
Los Angeles Times Oct 18, 2014

Live updates: USC leads Colorado, 42-14, in the third quarter

USC 42, Colorado 14 (7:31 left in the third quarter)
Final: UCLA 36, Cal 34

Final: UCLA 36, Cal 34

BERKELEY – For 16 years, UCLA went to the East Bay and returned empty-handed and sometimes heartbroken, with various opportunities squandered and other games simply given away in a mishmash of miscues. And with UCLA’s conference title contention...

What to watch for: UCLA-Cal

1. Will the curse continue? True story: The last time UCLA won in Berkeley, I was nine years old. It’s been since 1998 that the Bruins have left the East Bay with a victory, and after their unexpected stinker in Mora’s first trip there two years...
Orange County Register Oct 17, 2014
UCLA at Cal: Who has the edge?

UCLA at Cal: Who has the edge?

OFFENSE UCLA’s running game has come alive in recent weeks, mostly thanks to a resurgent Paul Perkins, who has been perhaps the Pac-12’s most underrated running back this season. With offensive coordinator Noel Mazzone more willing to use...
Orange County Register Oct 17, 2014
Bruins look to halt a few trends vs. Cal

Bruins look to halt a few trends vs. Cal

LOS ANGELES – Before this season began, as Cal found itself picking up the pieces from a brutal one-win campaign and UCLA was showered with praise and expectations, the two football programs looked as if they couldn’t be heading in more opposite...

UCLA athletics reports slight increase in 2013-14 revenue

Despite decreases in revenue from both its football program and men's basketball program, UCLA's athletic department still reported an increase in total department revenue of more than $2.5 million for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014, according...
Los Angeles Times Oct 17, 2014

Watch Gary Klein and Lindsey Thiry preview USC against Colorado

USC plays Colorado on Saturday at the Coliseum.
Los Angeles Times Oct 16, 2014

USC's Steve Sarkisian hopes his players make educated decisions

The NFL draft is six months away, but with high-profile players such as Leonard Williams and other draft-eligible juniors such as receiver Nelson Agholor and tailback Javorius Allen, Coach Steve Sarkisian is preparing to counsel players about the pitfalls of looking too far ahead.
Orange County Register Oct 16, 2014
UCLA concerned with Fairbairn to boot

UCLA concerned with Fairbairn to boot

LOS ANGELES – During his four years as an NFL head coach, Jim Mora rarely had to worry about his kicker. Few NFL head coaches do, given the extreme level of competition at the position. Mora, who had four kickers in his four seasons, oversaw just...
Orange County Register Oct 15, 2014
UCLA's defense has 'growing pains,' Ulbrich says

UCLA's defense has 'growing pains,' Ulbrich says

LOS ANGELES – Jeff Ulbrich knows he’s walking a fine line. UCLA’s first-year defensive coordinator is still optimistic, still positive about his defense at the season’s midway point. He still believes in the system he’s running, the scheme...

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