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  • Safety Anthony Jefferson rises with UCLA

    Safety Anthony Jefferson rises with UCLA
    The rise of safety Anthony Jefferson and of the UCLA football program are on parallel tracks. Jefferson came to UCLA in 2010 and spent nearly two years in the training room, first with a broken foot and then with a back injury. He worried at times...
  • UCLA linemen look forward to the challenge of tough Stanford team

    UCLA linemen look forward to the challenge of tough Stanford team
    There is an eagerness that UCLA linemen — both defense and offense — have for Friday's game against Stanford in the Rose Bowl. This is the type of bump-and-grind moment they live for. Stanford comes in with a reputation for toughness, forged...
  • College Roundup: OCC women's volleyball edges Santa Barbara

    WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL Orange Coast def. Santa Barbara The Pirates scored a 17-25, 17-25, 25-23, 25-19, 15-12 win in the first round of the SoCal Regional Playoffs Tuesday. No statistics were provided. OCC advances to Saturday's second round. —...
  • Stanford 84, Delaware 47

    Stanford 84, Delaware 47: Chasson Randle scored 15 points to lead four players in double figures as the Cardinal led from start to finish in a dominant win over the visiting Blue Hens. Anthony Brown had 12 points while Rosco Allen and Stefan Nastic...
  • UCLA players get healthy for Stanford game

    UCLA players get healthy for Stanford game
    UCLA receiver Thomas Duarte, who left practice Tuesday with an injured left leg, returned Wednesday and is expected to play against Stanford in the Rose Bowl on Friday. Duarte has battled sore hamstrings this season, forcing him to miss two games. So...
  • UCLA FYI: Mixed news on injury front

    UCLA received good news on the injury front Tuesday when defensive backs Ishmael Adams and Priest Willis returned to practice. Then the news took a downturn. Receiver Thomas Duarte hobbled off the field and headed to the locker room with an injured...
  • Stanford's Montgomery to miss game against UCLA

    The Sports Xchange Stanford's Montgomery to miss game against UCLA Stanford wide receiver/kick returner Ty Montgomery will sit out the regular-season finale against No. 9 UCLA on Friday because of a shoulder injury. Montgomery sprained his right...
  • Coach K on Duke's 5-0 start: 'We've been mentally tough'

    After a five-games-in-eight-day stretch to open the season, the most important takeaway for Mike Krzyzewski fell in the intangibles department. "We've been mentally tough," he said, "And you don't know that until you get in competition." The No. 4...
  • College football roundup: UCLA's Hundley eyes draft

    The Sports Xchange College football roundup: UCLA's Hundley eyes draft It appears that quarterback Brett Hundley won't be sticking around for his senior season at UCLA. The fourth-year junior told radio host Jim Rome this week that he'll most likely...
  • UCLA rises to No. 8 in latest College Football Playoff rankings

    UCLA rises to No. 8 in latest College Football Playoff rankings
    UCLA's win over crosstown rival USC last weekend helped move the Bruins to No. 8 in Tuesday's College Football Playoff rankings. UCLA has two weekends to reach the No. 4 playoff spot. If the Bruins beat Stanford on Friday, they will advance to the...
  • UCLA continues to rule L.A.

    The Sports Xchange NCAAF Team Report - California - INSIDE SLANT The Kings of Los Angeles? Still UCLA. The Bruins pounded USC on Saturday night, winning 38-20, and taking their third in a row in the series, all under coach Jim Mora. This is the first...