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  • Astros fail to sign Brady Aiken, No. 1 overall pick in MLB draft

    For only the third time since 1965, a major league team has failed to sign the top overall pick in baseball's annual amateur draft. The Houston Astros and left-hander Brady Aiken, from San Diego Cathedral Catholic High, did not come to terms before...
  • Magic's new kid sounds ready to grow up

    Magic's new kid sounds ready to grow up
    The Magic invited a couple hundred kids to the RDV Sportsplex on Thursday. Youngsters like Christopher Durant ran around, did pushups, situps, basketball drills and were given nutritional advice. "Proteins, fruits and salads," the 13-year-old said. "And...
  • UCLA's 2014 football schedule

    UCLA's 2014 football schedule
    Aug. 30, at Virginia, 9 a.m. The Cavaliers are coming off a 2-10 season. Oregon went to Charlottesville, Va., last season and won, 59-10. The visit gives East Coast Heisman voters a look at UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley. Sept. 6, Memphis, 7 p.m....
  • 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-...
  • If UCLA, USC football are both strong, good times come flooding back

    Those of us thinking it would take something Biblical to reboot L.A.'s crosstown football rivalry got to check "flood" off the list after UCLA's Pauley Pavilion was turned into an aquarium by a busted pipe on Sunset Boulevard. There hasn't been so...
  • Football: QB KJ Costello picks up USC offer

    Before he has played a game in his junior season, Santa Margarita quarterback KJ Costello has picked up scholarship offers from USC and UCLA. The Trojans joined the Bruins in pursuing him with an offer on Thursday. The 6-foot-5 Costello has come on...
  • UCLA football: Will third season be a charm for Coach Jim Mora?

    On the other side of the weekend sits UCLA’s football season. Then it will be time for Coach Jim Mora to get revved up. “I’m never excited for the start of practice,” Mora said. “The season is such a grind, I wish it...
  • Sideline Chatter: Beware the middle seat

    Bet their fellow passengers won't ever complain about crying babies again. Conditions were no doubt cramped aboard a small plane on a Japanese 153-mile flight from Itami to Okinoshima when these guys came aboard: 29 sumo wrestlers from Tokyo's Hakkaku...
  • UConn-UCLA In Hall Of Fame Women's Showcase Dec. 21

    UConn and UCLA meet Dec. 21. The release provided by UConn on behalf of the event: SPRINGFIELD, MA – The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame announced today that it will hold the Hall of Fame Women's Holiday Showcase Sunday, Dec. 21 at 5:p....
  • Leonard Williams is expected to anchor a strong USC defensive line

    Leonard Williams is expected to anchor a strong USC defensive line
    Leonard Williams saw the projections and heard the talk. USC's junior defensive lineman is regarded as a first-round pick in the 2015 NFL draft. One way-too-early prognostication had him going No. 1 overall. Williams said Wednesday he has put the...
  • Baseball: David Berg is returning to UCLA

    No decision in college baseball might have been more important than David Berg's decision to return to UCLA for his senior year and not sign with the Texas Rangers after being a 17th-round draft pick. As Bruins Coach John Savage said when the 2 p.m....
  • Dodgers TV 'blueout' a long way from end despite Congress' attention

    Dodgers TV 'blueout' a long way from end despite Congress' attention
    Lawmakers, having cured all else that ails us, have now turned their high beams on this Dodgers TV standoff. I suspect relief is just years away. Not that we don't applaud their efforts this week. First, they called on the Federal Communications...