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  • Friday's local interest college basketball roundup: Norfolk State overcomes 15-0 deficit for OT triumph; No. 16 Ohio State handles JMU

    MEN: Despite giving up the night's first 15 points, Norfolk State advanced to the championship game of a four-team event in Jersey City, N.J., by rallying past St. Francis of Brooklyn, N.Y., 72-70 in overtime. The game was part of the Barclays Center...
  • Central Florida Keeps Playoff Hopes Alive

    Central Florida shut out South Florida 16-0 Friday afternoon to keep their American Athletic Conference title hopes alive. Rannell Hall rushed for 65 yards and a touchdown and Micah Reed added 58 yards on the ground as UCF (8-3, 6-1 American) defeated...
  • UCLA hopes are flattened by Stanford, 31-10

    UCLA hopes are flattened by Stanford, 31-10
    UCLA players had to stick around until the final curtain, but the Rose Bowl started to bleed Bruins fans late in the third quarter. They fled the scene of this accident and will now never know the answer the question they had asked for two weeks:...
  • Kevin Hogan has dominated UCLA in his career at Stanford

    Kevin Hogan has dominated UCLA in his career at Stanford
    UCLA played Stanford at the Rose Bowl on Friday and one of the quarterbacks played like Peyton Manning. Not the one you expected, Bruins fans. UCLA football now has a Bruins Killer. Remember the days when that sort of thing against the Yankees made...
  • UCLA brings back old, familiar feeling of close but not good enough

    UCLA brings back old, familiar feeling of close but not good enough
    Same old, same rolled. The Ghost of UCLA Gassed swooped back down upon the Rose Bowl on Friday in the continuation of a nightmare that has transcended eras, outlived coaches and consistently awakened Bruins fans into a cold sweat. Stop me if you've...
  • Bruins say goodbye to seniors on a low note after loss to Stanford

    Bruins say goodbye to seniors on a low note after loss to Stanford
    It was a painful way to say goodbye, on a couple levels. UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley spent the final minutes of a 31-10 loss to Stanford on the sideline with his throwing hand in ice. He was injured when his finger hit a helmet late in the fourth...
  • Stanford loss isn't the end of UCLA's world, no matter how it feels

    Speaking in the afterglow of a third consecutive victory over USC, Coach Jim Mora looked toward UCLA's must-win game against Stanford and said, "Our world has to end on Friday." Well, it did. Stanford ended UCLA's hopes of playing for the Pac-12...
  • UCLA's Brett Hundley came short of goal but raised expectations

    Brett Hundley's three-year UCLA career came down to this moment. The junior quarterback was on the sidelines because of a finger injury. Stanford was grinding the Bruins into the Rose Bowl turf. UCLA's high-end hopes were fluttering off into the cool...
  • DePaul bounces back to beat Stanford 87-72

    ROSEMONT, Ill. -- DePaul players showed they're very quick learners on Sunday. After reviewing video of lackluster performances in last Wednesday's 86-74 loss to Lehigh, the Blue Demons converted lessons from that game into an 87-72 nonconference...
  • Jim Mora's Bruins need two more wins but one will do for now

    Jim Mora's Bruins need two more wins but one will do for now
    UCLA football has not been in a position this good since the day the Bruins stepped on the airplane for Miami in 1998. All the Bruins need to do is beat Stanford on Friday and Oregon in the Pac-12 championship game and they will be in strong position to...
  • Readers share some pretty 'INTENSE' feelings about college rivalries

    Each week during the college football season, national analyst Chris Dufresne will burn a timeout to answer questions and exchange opinions. You can email him at chris.dufresne@latimes.com and reach him on Twitter: @DufresneLATimes. Unbuckling the...