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  • UCLA football: Bruins ready to fill plates under new NCAA food rule

    UCLA football: Bruins ready to fill plates under new NCAA food rule
    UCLA football players might be receiving more than food for thought.
  • UCLA's Bryce Alford, Isaac Hamilton likely to share point guard job

     UCLA's Bryce Alford, Isaac Hamilton likely to share point guard job
    Going by the numbers, it looks as though UCLA's basketball team got a push. It lost two players and kept two. But the reality is the Bruins lost more than they retained. Kyle Anderson and Zach LaVine both declared their intent to enter the NBA draft....

    UCLA guards Kyle Anderson, Zach LaVine declare for NBA draft

    UCLA guards Kyle Anderson, Zach LaVine declare for NBA draft
    UCLA basketball Coach Steve Alford may need to hang a "Guards wanted. Inquire within" sign on Pauley Pavilion. The Bruins have holes in the backcourt now that Kyle Anderson and Zach LaVine officially have declared for the NBA draft. And the size of...

    Here are possible replacements for departed Cuonzo Martin at Tennessee

    KNOXVILLE, Tenn. Tennessee athletic director Dave Hart will be looking for some of the same traits in a basketball coach as he was a football coach, he said Tuesday afternoon as he began his search for coach Cuonzo Martin's replacement. Earlier Tuesday,...

    UCLA assistant Kennedy Polamalu gets Bruins backs up and running

     UCLA assistant Kennedy Polamalu gets Bruins backs up and running
    The scene was part Bolshoi Ballet, part Marx Brothers. Four UCLA running backs lined up yards apart, forming a square. On a signal, they burst forward, dodging each other at the last second. Then another group stepped up and repeated the bit. What...