It’s Out of the Question: Shining a light on UCLA’s Rose Bowl blindspot


How many UCLA Phi Beta Kappas does it take to unscrew the light bulb over a dim-witted idea?
Forgive us for throwing major shade on this latest plan to improve the football program’s chances of finishing above .500.
An apparent gloom-and-doom concern that Jim Mora’s boys are at a disadvantage by having to constantly squint through operating on the sun-drenched side of the Rose Bowl sidelines during home games has now blistered to the point where school officials are considering if this could be a pivotal moment in their sports history.
Meaning, if they just flip the scenario, might it lead to some wins of change?
It ain’t that simple.
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