This post was updated Feb. 11 at 11:06 p.m.
A large countdown clock hangs on a wall in the J.D. Morgan Center, home of UCLA Athletics, tracking how many days until the Bruins officially join the Big Ten.
The Bruins are in the market for a new head coach and hope to find one in the upcoming days.
UCLA athletic director Martin Jarmond spoke with the media Friday afternoon to discuss UCLA football’s head coaching search following Chip Kelly’s departure to become Ohio State’s offensive coordinator.
This post was updated Feb. 4 at 11:22 p.m.
Another Bruin coach is departing from the program – this time to the NFL.
UCLA football associate head coach and running backs coach DeShaun Foster will join Antonio Pierce’s staff as running backs coach for the Las Vegas Raiders, NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo reported Friday afternoon.
This post was updated Jan. 30 at 7:37 p.m.
The ebb and flow of the Bruins’ season has seemingly resembled college basketball’s characteristic momentum swings.
A 5-2 stretch, featuring close losses to then-No.
It’s not uncommon for one team to double the other’s score in the game’s opening minutes.
However, that mathematical quirk seldom rings true at the sound of the final buzzer.
The Bruins are hiring from within to fill their defensive coordinator vacancy.
UCLA football announced Wednesday morning defensive line and outside linebackers coach Ikaika Malloe was promoted to defensive coordinator, replacing D’Anton Lynn, who filled the same role at USC.
Pauley Pavilion is familiar with left-handed sharpshooters.
Former guard Jules Bernard boasted a career shooting percentage of 43% in 130 games across four seasons with the Bruins.
Yet Friday, the southpaw dominating the floor was wearing red and white – not blue and gold.
Torching UCLA men’s basketball (5-6, 0-0 Pac-12) for 37 points – a career high and 14 more than Bernard’s best – guard Jahmir Young led Maryland (8-4, 1-1 Big Ten) to a 69-60 victory, handing the Bruins their second consecutive home loss for the first time in nearly four years and extending their losing streak to four.
“Last year, he probably had six (points) against us,” coach Mick Cronin said.
LOS ANGELES – The Bruins’ defense appeared to walk through a time machine in the first half.
Despite entering the LA Bowl as the No. 11 unit in the nation, it couldn’t buy a stop on all four of the Broncos’ first-half drives.
UCLA football (7-5, 4-5 Pac-12) is staying local for its third bowl game in as many seasons, traveling south to SoFi Stadium to face Mountain West champions Boise State (8-5, 6-2 Mountain West).
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