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  • UCLA comes a long way but isn't satisfied amid high expectations

    UCLA comes a long way but isn't satisfied amid high expectations
    Now that UCLA's football program has been fixed, what's next in Westwood? Well, not so fast … There was more than a little giddiness among Bruins fans a year ago. It only underscored how long the Bruins had spent in college football purgatory....
  • Letters: Pointed criticism of Lakers continues

    Letters: Pointed criticism of Lakers continues
    Smush Parker was the Lakers' point guard the last time the Timberwolves beat them? I've got news for you. Smush would start for this year's edition too. And he'd look so good next to the rest of the turkeys they've got playing that Bill Plaschke would...
  • PASSINGS: Allan Ellis, Ernie Johnson, Les Plesko

    PASSINGS: Allan Ellis, Ernie Johnson, Les Plesko
    Allan Ellis Pro Bowl cornerback for Bears Allan Ellis, 62, a Pro Bowl cornerback for the Chicago Bears in the 1970s, died Wednesday in Chicago, the team announced. His friend and former NFL player Marc May said a heart attack was the suspected cause....
  • UCLA picked 2nd, USC 11th in Pac-12 basketball preseason poll

    SAN FRANCISCO -- Arizona is picked to win the Pac-12 conference regular-season basketball title this year according to a vote of media members. The Wildcats had 21 first-place votes in polling announced at the conference's annual media day Thursday....
  • Rose Gilbert dies at 95; revered Palisades High English teacher

    Rose Gilbert dies at 95; revered Palisades High English teacher
    To see teacher Rose Gilbert — a nonstop, 5-foot dynamo — in front of a high school classroom was to see a master at work. "I'm on fire," she would tell her 12th-graders in Room 204 at Palisades Charter High School, emphasizing the point by...
  • College football top 25 countdown: No. 19 Oregon State

    If you don't like Mike Riley you don't like ice cream or dogs. The man who could have been USC's coach at least once has comfortably settled into Corvallis, Ore. He is 60 now and the Pac-12's longest tenured coach entering his 13th year. Riley...
  • Want Pac-12 football? Not all TV services carry it

    Want Pac-12 football? Not all TV services carry it
    Brian is a UCLA grad and big Bruins backer. He's also a Verizon FiOS subscriber, which doesn't allow him to see Pac-12 Network football games. Brian wants to know: How can he see his beloved Bruins? This is another example of how not all...
  • College football top 25 countdown: No. 17 Arizona State

    Todd Graham enters his second year in Tempe and the most exciting news is that he's still there. OK, that was last year's joke after Graham abruptly left Pittsburgh after one season to take the Arizona State job. Graham got to town with a shaky...
  • Anthony Barr is more than UCLA's poster boy

    Anthony Barr is more than UCLA's poster boy
    Headline writers can cease and desist. Reporters should dial it down a notch. Cliche-leaning bloggers need to give this a rest. Barr none, Barr code, raising the Barr ... UCLA linebacker Anthony Barr has heard them all. Pun is fun, folks, but move on....
  • UCLA's Devin Lucien making the plays without any fanfare

    UCLA's Devin Lucien making the plays without any fanfare
    You couldn't miss UCLA receiver Devin Lucien during spring practice. He wouldn't let you. Lucien would make a quality catch, then run by people — including reporters — shouting, "I'm coming for that spot," among other things. Lucien was...
  • UCLA football: Malcolm Jones taking advantage of his last chance

    UCLA football: Malcolm Jones taking advantage of his last chance
    Running back Malcolm Jones lowered his shoulder and charged through players for a big gain Saturday. Later, he burst through a hole and chewed up more yardage. The 2009 National Gatorade player of the year is doing all he can to wedge himself back...
  • UCLA morning practice isn't perfect, but it is loud and clear

    UCLA morning practice isn't perfect, but it is loud and clear
    Chaos was intended, UCLA Coach Jim Mora said. So everything went according to plan during Saturday morning's practice. There was an edge. Rock music played at a decibel level that once was said to force Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega to...