• GoJoeBruinUCLA

    Q: Who won the Super Bowl?

  • Why is Howland still around?

  • Marc

    There’s been very little information out of UCLA regarding the basketball season and coach Howland’s job stability as of late. Before the team went on their win streak, his job appeared to be in jeopardy; then that went quietly away with the team winning. They’ve since lost 3 of 4, including the inexplicable loss to USC, who has an interim coach, a 8 win season going into the game and a far inferior team talent wise.

    What are things looking like at this point?

  • Where will you be on national signing day? Are you planning on putting up frequent updates throughout the day?

  • Anony_mouse

    Prior to being hired at UCLA, Rick Neuheisel was 66-30 as a head coach and had a winning record in 7 out of 8 seasons. What went wrong at UCLA? Was he lucky at Colorado and Washington? Did Neuheisel lack full support from Morgan Center?

  • joseph d. sinagra

    Jack, a big story has to be that Dan Guerrero’s contract expires in less than 2 months. I haven’t seen reporting on this in quite a while. What can you say about it?

    • maze949

      Good question, Joseph. I haven’t seen reporting on this at ALL. That’s why one must consult about 8 different UCLA news sources to get some semblance of information. Jack is a re-tweeter, nothing more.

  • joseph d. sinagra

    Parker’s minutes actually went down from ASU to USC. You said this couldn’t happen, they were already rock bottom. What happens to Tony now-seems like Howland has no incentive to use him.

  • MattMattwiles26

    Would you have opportunity to ask those who recruit for UCLA football about official visits? If they had their choice, would they prefer to be the player’s first official visit, last official visit or does it really matter? Eddie Vanderdoes was the first visit, but they have had a lot of late movement with others. Great Job Jack!