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  • Muhlenberg kicking foes to the curb

    Muhlenberg kicking foes to the curb
    Muhlenberg is on pace to break the school's 10- and 11-game, single-season scoring records, thanks in part to the right foot of senior kicker Connor Winter. He set school records for career field goals (28) and points by a kicker (207) during last...
  • UCLA players say they have benefited from winning close games

    UCLA players say they have benefited from winning close games
    In his comments after the Bruins slipped out of Berkeley with a 36-34 win over California last week, UCLA Coach Jim Mora said, "There will be those that say we only beat them by two points, but to overcome the disappointment of the last two weeks, that...
  • Morgan, Schilling commit for polo

    Two Back Bay girls' water polo players have verbally committed to colleges, and each is staying in California. Corona del Mar High senior Grace Morgan has committed to Cal, while Newport Harbor High senior Chanel Schilling has committed to UC San Diego,...
  • Getting inside the college football playoff system

    Getting inside the college football playoff system
    All I can say after spending a day in Texas portraying USC Athletic Director Pat Haden is: "Fight on! We [retroactively] did it!" Exhuming positive USC news from 2008 was not in the plan upon being granted a one-day membership on the College Football...
  • Bruins offense makes defense work harder

    Bruins offense makes defense work harder
    UCLA's offense is making life difficult for the Bruins defense. UCLA has allowed 205 points this season, 69 immediately following turnovers. The Bruins have turned the ball over 10 times, and nine of them have led directly to points by the opposing...
  • Lopsided odds are good for many big-time college football teams

    What big-time teams crave, even more than stiff competition, is minimal competition. Quiet, black-out periods between important seasonal markers produce weekends like this one, in which the strong can't wait to make appetizers out of the weak. Many of...
  • Thrilling season makes it tough to predict college football's playoffs

    Thrilling season makes it tough to predict college football's playoffs
    Notre Dame was the last program you thought would screw up a simple throw and catch. The Fighting Irish didn't invent the forward pass, but certainly modernized it during a 1913 game against Army. Gus Dorais and Knute Rockne practiced all summer while...
  • What we learned in UCLA's win over California

    UCLA had its season saved on a last-minute interception from Marcus Rios, a defensive back who almost died from a fungal infection two years ago. That’s a heck of a sentence, and Rios is a heck of a story. That was not a heck of a game, however....
  • College football: Play it forward

    College football: Play it forward
    Five things to watch this week in college football: 1: Oregon at California on Friday may look like a walkover en route to a national playoff berth, but that's what we thought in 2010. Oregon narrowly survived a 15-13 win in Berkeley. Cal is 2-3 in Pac-...
  • UCLA barely gets by California, 36-34

    For the first time since 1998, UCLA has defeated California at Memorial Stadium in Berkeley. It was an ugly game that was closer than it should have been for the Bruins, who ended up winning the game, 36-34, nonetheless. The victory snapped a two-game...
  • UCLA is more about its current state than rivalry with California

    There is no one left on the UCLA roster who has heard the words of the late Elvin C. "Ducky" Drake. The last time Drake's sentiments were uttered on the Westwood campus was 2009, when former Bruins lineman Ed Kezirian channeled Drake's speech about...