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What SHOULD Be the Future of College Athletics?

Time was, back when I was in college, lo those many, many years ago, sports were extremely important to me. As a UCLA student when Lew Alcindor (later to become Kareem Abdul-Jabbar) was about to begin his varsity basketball career … Continue reading

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Jim Rome – Is He Serious?

I’ve never been a big fan of Jim Rome. Years ago when there was not much else on local sports radio I would listen to him occasionally, but I have seldom if ever watched any of his tv shows. I … Continue reading

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trojans Beat Up on Over-Rated BullDogs While NCAA Fangs Are Coming

trojan brain surgeon faithful are rejoicing today after their favorite group of underachievers beat up on a bad Fresno State team that had compiled an illusory record that earned them a bowl bid. Fresno State went into yesterday’s Las Vegas … Continue reading

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Pete Carroll Taught Sarkisian Well

The criminal enterprise that Pete Carroll, Mike Garrett, and Tim Floyd ran under guise of the usc athletic department, as it turns out, was also a training ground for cheaters, as recent stories about the brain surgeon’s new coach Steve … Continue reading

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Self-Centered Egotist Sarkisian a Perfect Fit at USC

There was a great column in today’s LA Times by Steve Lopez that sheds a lot of light on just who is the guy picked to lead the trojan brain surgeons’ football team in the foreseeable future. Lopez captures the … Continue reading

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The Afternoon After UCLA 35 – brain surgeons 14

In the annals of UCLA-brain surgeon gridiron battles, the name of one Bruins’ quarterback stands out among all others, and that is Cade McNown. Throughout the 83 games played between the two schools, he is the only UCLA quarterback to … Continue reading

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Arizona St. Gets a Gift from the Refs

Last night’s Pac-12/Big 10 game between the Arizona St. Sun Devils and the Wisconsin Badgers may have been decided on the field, but unfortunately not by the players, but rather by the officials. In one of the most bizarre finishes … Continue reading

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NCAA 1/2 Hour Suspension of Manziel in Context

After weeks of stories about the heinous conduct of Heisman-Trophy winner Johnny Manziel, the strong arm of the NCAA has given him a one-half hour suspension. That’s right, one-half hour, or in football terms, the first half of Texas A&M’s … Continue reading

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BRUINS DO IT! NATIONAL CHAMPS IN BASEBALL!

A Sweep of the College World Series – Gave up only Four earned runs TOTAL in the CWS. 8-0 In Final, Championship-clinching game. Eric Filia 5 RBI! Nick Vander Tuig – 8 Shutout Innings!

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One Win to Go for UCLA

The UCLA Bruins let several scoring opportunities go by, but still relied on outstanding pitching, superb defense, and a stadium built for Bruins’ baseball to take the first game of the best-of-three finals of the College World Series, 3-1. Adam … Continue reading

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UCLA Bruins Looking for 109th Title in College World Series

The UCLA Bruins have won 108 NCAA Championships, four more than second place Stanford University, ten more than “won” by the brain surgeons from the u of southern cal, and more than double the 51 won by the next school … Continue reading

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World-Class Cheating Pays Off For “the TarK”

In perhaps the most outrageous vote in the storied history of The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, their halls were forever soiled today with the election into the Hall of World-Class Cheater Jerry Tarkanian. Tarkanian coached three NCAA Division … Continue reading

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