UCLA Pro Day closed to media, public

From UCLA:

In order to create the best environment possible for our outgoing senior student-athletes, UCLA Pro Day will be closed to the public and media.

“Pro Day is a critical day for all football players looking to continue their careers in the pros,” said UCLA Head Coach Jim Mora. “We want our players to be completely focused on the task at hand and able to work in an environment free of distractions.”

UCLABruins.com will feature exclusive videos and photos from the day.

UCLA begins Spring Practice on Monday, April 3 on Spaulding Field. Practices will be held every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday throughout April and the first week of May, and will culminate on May 5 with the Spring Scrimmage at the Rose Bowl.

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  • anon

    I had publice once. Had to use a special shampoo and comb on my crotch. The constant burning on my balls is not at all dissimilar to what a typical BN writer feels at all times.

  • ucla-of-the-rockies

    LMAO. Pube-lice in his Nest-or.

  • Anonymous

    The press should be eliminated from all practices and player related events. Their should be a tight lid on everything and only game days should be open.

    This is the Apple Computer company method. It creates an extra buzz that causes people to get in line for days to get an average behind the curve product. It’s a great marketing tool that UCLA should mimic.

  • BruinFaithful

    Can’t wait for Spring Ball. What time will practices be held Jon?

  • Lightning in a Bottle

    Closed because the real reason is Derrick Coleman was the only one invited.

  • Trojan 70

    Right on Lightning.

  • ucla-of-the-rockies

    Hey Tro70: Welcome to the side of LA with a varsity basketball team.

  • 50-0

    An average behind the curve product.

  • Anonymous

    Apple Computer does not produce average, behind the curve products. Their popularity stems from their innovation and quality.

  • A Mind is a Terrible Thing to Waste


    Read Psychic Jon’s last paragraph, as he had a premonition of your question.