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  • UCLA looks ahead to Alamo Bowl, not back at Stanford

    UCLA looks ahead to Alamo Bowl, not back at Stanford
    UCLA's football team arrived in San Antonio on Sunday. Stanford came along as overhead baggage. The Bruins hit town to play Kansas State in the Valero Alamo Bowl on Jan. 2. But their 31-10 loss to the Cardinal in the season finale was a big topic of...
  • Kansas State's Tyler Lockett has UCLA defense's attention

    There is a clear and present danger in the Kansas State offense. Receiver Tyler Lockett's name pops up every time postseason honors are announced. That makes it easy for the UCLA defense to identify a hot spot in the Alamo Bowl on Jan. 2. Lockett...
  • UCLA's Jim Mora has his own measuring stick for Bruins' football

    In Jim Mora's first three seasons as UCLA's football coach, the Bruins have enjoyed more success than they have had in decades. His .718 winning percentage is the second-best three-year start in school history, behind Tommy Prothro, who had a .806 winning...
  • UCLA hopes a football title can lead sports program in 2015

    UCLA hopes a football title can lead sports program in 2015
    The UCLA men's water polo team won an NCAA championship Dec. 7, extending the Bruins' record number of national titles to 112. UCLA's success in what athletic program officials call "Olympic sports" is unparalleled, but what Bruins fans really crave...
  • UCLA's Ellis McCarthy is more effective on defense after weight loss

    UCLA defensive lineman Ellis McCarthy said he has lost 10 pounds. It looks like more. He certainly has been playing as if it is more. McCarthy was listed at 330 pounds when the season began. His redesigned shape, a combination of diet and redistribution...
  • Terps using lack of respect 'as fuel to go hard' in Foster Farms Bowl

    Terps using lack of respect 'as fuel to go hard' in Foster Farms Bowl
    Maryland players C.J. Brown, Cole Farrand and Brad Craddock sat in the front row at a Foster Farms Bowl news conference Saturday. They watched and listened as the bowl's executive director, Gary Cavalli, ran through the same list of Stanford's...
  • College basketball: 2014 in review

    College basketball: 2014 in review
    THE HIGHS • Jordan Adams of UCLA missed a late jumper that could have tied a regular-season game against Arizona. It haunted him for two months. But in the Pac-12 Conference tournament championship game, he got another chance. With the score tied...
  • College basketball ahead: Will UCLA make NCAA tournament?

    College basketball ahead: Will UCLA make NCAA tournament?
    Last season's national championship game was a clash of opposite forces in the world of college men's basketball. It was the old — Connecticut, led by senior Shabazz Napier — versus young — Kentucky's surging cache of first- and second-...
  • Cardinal 45, Terrapins 21

    The Sports Xchange Cardinal 45, Terrapins 21 SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Stanford quarterback Kevin Hogan threw two touchdown passes and the Cardinal defense held Maryland in check as Stanford defeated the Terrapins 45-21 in the Foster Farms Bowl at Levi's...
  • Stanford stomps Maryland in Foster Farms Bowl

    Stanford stomps Maryland in Foster Farms Bowl SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- The Stanford Cardinal might like to restart their 2014 season tomorrow. Stanford played its best football of an otherwise disappointing season in the last three games, completing its...
  • College football: 2014 in review

    THE HIGHS • Last January, the Rose Bowl ushered out the Bowl Championship Series era with a terrific closing act. Florida State scored with 13 seconds left to cap an exciting victory over Auburn. The Rose Bowl played host to four national titles in...