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  • Rose Bowl: Stanford players cannot forget defeat by USC

    Rose Bowl: Stanford players cannot forget defeat by USC
    USC’s 20-17 victory over Stanford on Nov. 16 will resonate with Trojans players and fans for years to come. Stanford players also have vivid memories of the game, which ended with Trojans fans storming the field at the Coliseum. “People...
  • Terry Donahue sees a UCLA team ready for prime time

    Terry Donahue sees a UCLA team ready for prime time
    The last coach to lead UCLA to victory in the Rose Bowl game — or any significant bowl contest, for that matter — still refers to the Bruins as “we” out of habit and affection. Terry Donahue’s heart is still with UCLA, and...
  • Stanford takes season's wins and losses in stride

    Stanford is thrilled to be in the Jan. 1 Rose Bowl and had another fantastic college football season under Coach David Shaw. The Cardinal won its second straight Pac-12 Conference title, will be making its fourth consecutive Bowl Championship Series...
  • Jim Mora hopes to build national recognition for UCLA

    Jim Mora hopes to build national recognition for UCLA
    The heart palpitations have stopped. The hand-wringing is over. The sleepless nights were put to rest. That wraps up Dan Guerrero's week. The UCLA athletic director's worst fear was unfolding. Washington needed a football coach and Jim Mora, the...
  • Pac-12 provides more late-night drama and controversy

    Pac-12 provides more late-night drama and controversy
    The Pac-12 continued its (Eastern) time-honored tradition of playing host to some of the most compelling football ever played after midnight in Altoona. Anybody can roll out great games on CBS in broad daylight, but the Pac-12 excels at impasses with...
  • UCLA tries to stay focused for game against lowly New Mexico State

    UCLA tries to stay focused for game against lowly New Mexico State
    This could be viewed as the next best thing to another week off for the UCLA football team, giving the Bruins more than two weeks to prepare for the Pac-12 Conference opener at Utah. Coach Jim Mora might scoff at the thought, and there might be a...
  • Damien Thigpen offers UCLA another option at running back

    UCLA running backs coach Steve Broussard has more to consider this week. The Bruins head to Utah with an additional running back: Damien Thigpen is expected to play for the first time since suffering a knee injury against USC in November. Broussard is...
  • Bruins have had tough times in Tucson

    Tucson has been anything but friendly to UCLA's football team. The Bruins have lost four consecutive games at Arizona Stadium, and all came with an abnormal amount of suffering and turmoil. Karl Dorrell and Rick Neuheisel had their fates as coaches...
  • UCLA must stand out from the crowd to make Pac-12 title game

    UCLA's road back to the Pac-12 championship game is clogged. The Bruins finish the regular season against Arizona, Washington, Arizona State and USC. For those thinking optimistically, that makes things simple. "If we take care of business, focus on...
  • Rose Bowl: Stanford football not looking back at what might have been

    Stanford is thrilled to be in the Jan. 1 Rose Bowl and had another fantastic year under David Shaw. The school won its second straight Pac 12 title, is making its fourth straight BCS bowl appearance and is playing a top-five opponent in Michigan State....
  • UCLA vs. Colorado: How they match up

    UCLA vs. Colorado: How they match up
    UCLA plays Colorado at the Rose Bowl on Saturday. Get out the abacus. The Buffaloes have given up 50 or more points in six of 13 Pac-12 games the last two seasons. Staff writer Chris Foster examines the story lines: Heal thy self UCLA is coming off...
  • Jim Mora's transformed UCLA Bruins see reflection in Stanford

    Jim Mora's transformed UCLA Bruins see reflection in Stanford
    A tale of two locker rooms. Jim Harbaugh met his Stanford team for the first time in 2007. Bo McNally, a Stanford safety from 2006-09, recalled: "He said, 'Look, we're going to be champions here. If you don't think it's possible, we don't want you...