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  • UCLA football has high expectations as camp begins Monday

    UCLA football has high expectations as camp begins Monday
    UCLA once won a national football championship. That was in 1954, a year before the facemask was invented. No matter how you mark the time — 60 years, 598 games, 35 or so quarterbacks, 11 coaches and three interim coaches — anything pre-...
  • A game-by-game look at USC's 2014 football schedule

    A game-by-game look at USC's 2014 football schedule
    USC schedule Aug. 30: Fresno State, 4:30 p.m. Steve Sarkisian watched from the press box last December as the Lane Kiffin-Ed Orgeron-Clay Helton era ended with a victory over Fresno State in the Las Vegas Bowl. Now, Sarkisian debuts as USC's coach...
  • Jameis Winston's latest mistake knocks him out of Heisman contention

    Jameis Winston's latest mistake knocks him out of Heisman contention
    Jameis Winston’s poor judgment continues to haunt the Florida State quarterback. His recent sexually lewd outburst and subsequent first-half suspension against Clemson Saturday could be too much to overcome. Heisman voters may be growing...
  • The Good, the Bad and the Ugly among the Power 5

    The Good, the Bad and the Ugly among the Power 5
      As most of us know, strength of schedule is going to be an important factor considered by members of the new selection committee as they move forward in selecting the teams to qualify for the new College Football Playoff. That means wins against...
  • Jerry Neuheisel makes UCLA families proud

    Jerry Neuheisel makes UCLA families proud
    Jerry Neuheisel was in at quarterback, trying to beat Texas. Brett Hundley was on the bench, his left elbow in a mummy-like wrap. The situation as seen through the eyes of two fathers is interesting. Rick Neuheisel, a former UCLA quarterback and...
  • College football on TV: What to watch Saturday

    Each week our national college football writer describes how he would handle the television remote Saturday, handicapping what's worth watching, and skipping: MORNING Eastern Michigan (1-2) at No.11 Michigan State (1-1) 9 a.m., Big Ten Network...
  • Pac-12 roundup: No. 2 Oregon steamrolls Wyoming, 48-14

    Quarterback Marcus Mariota passed for 221 yards and two touchdowns and ran for two more scores, and No. 2 Oregon got rolling after a slow start Saturday to beat Wyoming, 48-14, at Eugene, Ore. The Ducks (3-0) erased a 7-0 deficit with four second-...
  • Play it forward: The week ahead in college football

    1. Auburn at Kansas State is an odd, but interesting, Thursday night pairing pitting a top-shelf Southeastern Conference team against venerable Big 12 Coach Bill Snyder's Wildcats. Auburn has defeated Arkansas and San Jose State while Kansas State is 2-...
  • UCLA will play six home games in 2015

    UCLA's 2015 football schedule, as announced by the Pac-12 Conference on Tuesday night, includes six home games, including two against nonconference opponents Virginia and Brigham Young. The Bruins play two Thursday night games, at Stanford on Oct. 15...
  • Football: Lots of SoCal players could start at Washington State

    Based on the depth chart at Washington State, there could be lots of former Southern California high school players in the starting lineup. Former Santa Margarita standouts River Cracraft and Riley Sorenson are first string at receiver and center....
  • NCAA approves more autonomy for 'Power Five' football conferences

    The NCAA board of directors, as expected, voted Thursday to grant the five wealthiest conferences in college football more freedom to pass legislation without approval of the full NCAA membership. The shock would have been if the NCAA had not approved...