Tag Archives: Pac-12 Network

Collusion and Deceit In Sports Broadcasting Faces Legal Scrutiny

The fiasco that has been SportsNetLA and the stealing of LA Dodgers’ baseball broadcasts from the airwaves for three seasons has now finally been given the scrutiny it has long needed, and the result is a federal lawsuit brought by … Continue reading

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Pac-12 Network Still Screwing Fans, Students and the Community

With college football now in full swing and with basketball coming soon, an amazingly little-discussed travesty continues to mar the otherwise great play of Pacific-12 schools – the inability of fans across the conference to watch their school’s teams play. … Continue reading

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Time-Warner “Charity” Is An Insult To Dodgers’ Fans

So, the good folks at Time Warner Cable have decided to give away their billion-dollar product six times at the end of the 2014 baseball season. What a pile of crap and what an insult to the fans that have … Continue reading

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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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The National League West Today and Tomorrow

The National League West Today: Dodgers 4-1 Giants 3-1 Padres 1-2 Rockies 1-3 Diamondbacks 1-5 Write it down and keep it secure. Refer to it when the season ends, as it will be what you see on September 28, the … Continue reading

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Schedule WIll Make or Break Bruins

In the second season of the Jim Mora era, the UCLA Bruins begin their toughest and most important two-game road trip in recent memory. Today, they play at Stanford, and that is followed next Saturday by a game in Eugene, … Continue reading

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America’s Biggest Welfare King – the NFL

I love watching football, both college and pro. I spend more time with college football now, though the horrible Pac-12 network makes watching the games I want to see often impossible. I had season tickets for the entire existence of … Continue reading

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Pac 12 “network” Also Screws Basketball Fans

Just two days after I wrote about how the continued failure of the Pac-12 NON “network” to make itself available to all Pac 12 football fans, today basketball schedules were released, and lo and behold, UCLA Bruins‘ fans will be … Continue reading

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UCLA Football – Continuing Where We Left Off

Last year constituted major turning points in UCLA football, one good, one bad, one very obvious to everyone, the other, only obvious and/or vitally important to some. The hiring of Jim Mora as head coach, and some of the moves … Continue reading

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