UCLA Further Exposed in Loss to San Diego State


To paraphrase Dennis Green, UCLA is not who we thought they were. As of this moment, this is what they are. They are not a Final Four team. They are not a Pac-12 contender. They are not the best team […]

UCLA Faces Tough Test in Wooden Classic

UCLA P12- Debby Wong

The Wooden Classic is usually a great way for UCLA to shine at an event named for their legendary coach John Wooden. Well tonight, it’s going to be an eye-opener for a team searching for its identity and Bruins fans […]

Jahii Carson sparks Arizona State Sun Devils to Fast Start

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Before the season started, I said that Arizona State guard Jahii Carson would be one of the top freshmen in the conference. It wasn’t hard to expect much out of the 5-10 dynamo who was the most prized recruit since […]

Josh Smith Transfers from UCLA

Gary A Vasquez - US PRESSWIRE

Add Joshua Smith on the train out of UCLA, joining Tyler Lamb as the second Bruins player to transfer this month. The 6-10 former McDonald’s All-American has struggled with his weight and conditioning over the past three seasons and apparently […]

UCLA Loss to Cal Poly SLO Sounds Alarm in Westwood

Richard Mackson - US PRESSWIRE

I should’ve seen the signs when UCLA had to go overtime to beat UC Irvine. Losing to Georgetown was expected because they were more physical and exposed UCLA‘s troubles in the post and guarding the perimeter. But now the doors […]

Tyler Lamb to Transfer from UCLA

Chris Morrison-US PRESSWIRE

UCLA guard Tyler Lamb has been limited to one game this season because of an injured left knee. That game will turn out to be his last as he announced Sunday that he’s transferring from the program. He was granted […]

Cal’s Allen Crabbe, Justin Cobbs off to Blistering Start


Heading into their game Saturday against Georgia Tech, Cal is off to a 4-0 start thanks in part to the most prolific scoring duo in the Pac-12: juniors Allen Crabbe and Justin Cobbs. They are averaging 23.8 and 20.8 points, […]

Giving Thanks for the Pac-12′s Finest So Far


As we celebrate Thanksgiving this week, Pac-12 fans already have much to celebrate so far. After a down two seasons, most of the conference is off to a good start in 2012-13 – minus Washington losing to Albany. Three teams […]

What UCLA, USC Can Learn from Holiday Tournaments


Both UCLA and USC should be giving thanks entering this holiday because they survived difficult tests to emerge through it with wins. They saw how they can win playing to their strengths while also seeing weaknesses they can start working […]

UCLA Loses Yet Shabazz Muhammad Shines in Debut

Richard Mackson-US PRESSWIRE

UCLA lost to a bigger, stronger Georgetown team Monday. That’s the bad news but the good is that finally, fans got to see Shabazz Muhammad in a Bruins uniform for the first time. The UCLA freshman was finally declared eligible […]

How Shabazz Muhammad Impacts UCLA’s Lineup

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With all the joy at UCLA over Shabazz Muhammad finally being declared eligible, Bruins fans can now look forward to how he’ll be used on the floor. He’s expected to play on Monday as the Bruins travel to Brooklyn to […]

UCLA Bruins: Shabazz Muhammad Cleared to Play

Richard Mackson-US PRESSWIRE

  Shabazz Muhammad‘s one word statement on his Twitter account says it all. “#FREE” The NCAA announced Friday that the UCLA freshman has finally been cleared for play. The announcement comes hours after UCLA formally appealed the NCAA’s decision last week […]