Another low…

This was UCLA’s worst loss since Oregon won by 31 points in Steve Lavin’s final year as coach in 2003.

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Jill Painter is a sports columnist for the Los Angeles News Group, covering everything from the Dodgers, Lakers, Clippers, USC, UCLA, Kings, golf and all human interest stories in sports.
  • Johnny Angel

    At least Oregon was a conference opponent. Losing to CSUF and Portland in the same season is inconceivable.

  • Anonymous

    Now we know how SUC football feels like.

  • Anonymous

    Uhm,no… USC beat the only cupcake (San Jose St.) that they played this year. All of SC’s losses were to Pac-10 opponents, not to glorified teaching colleges.

  • lavsmousse

    Yes, but most important is that Lavins hair was impeccable.

  • ucla84

    Jill, this is a family blog. Please don’t utter the L word (not loss – the really bad L word) unless absolutely, positively necessary.

  • Anonymous


    Not even Dragovic could deliver such a beat-down (to a girl and concert-goer). Nice work bRuin nation.