Asiantii Woulard picks USF after transferring out of UCLA

Former UCLA quarterback Asiantii Woulard has decided to transfer to South Florida — the school he first committed to as a four-star recruit.

Once named the Elite 11 Camp MVP, Woulard never appeared in a game as a Bruin. After a promising fall camp in 2013, he fell to third-string on the depth chart behind Brett Hundley. He has yet to appear in a college game.

Woulard first committed to USF in February 2012, then decommitted two months later. He changed his mind again in June — then parted ways with the Bulls in December before signing with UCLA.

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UCLA schedules home game against Fresno State in 2021

UCLA has scheduled a game against Fresno State in 2021, the schools announced Monday.

The Bulldogs will travel to the Rose Bowl on Sept. 18, the only contest scheduled in the contract. The Bruins start that season by hosting LSU and visiting Rutgers.

UCLA just one spot left open in their nonceference schedule through the next seven seasons.

2016
Sept. 3 — at Texas A&M
Sept. 10 — UNLV
Sept. 17 — at BYU

2017
Sept. 2 — Texas A&M
Sept. 9 — Hawai’i
Sept. 16 — at Memphis

2018
Sept. 1 — Cincinnati
Sept. 8 — at Oklahoma
Sept. 15 — Fresno State Continue reading

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Justin Combs thanks Diddy after alleged kettlebell fight at UCLA

I thank God for having a father that's always there for me.. Love you pops!

A photo posted by Justin Dior Combs (@princejdc) on

Justin Combs is standing by his father, Sean “Diddy” Combs, after the latter was arrested at UCLA on Monday for allegedly assaulting a UCLA football assistant with a kettlebell.

Combs posted a picture of himself and Diddy on Instagram today with the caption: “I thank God for having a father that’s always there for me.. Love you pops!” The redshirt junior is a reserve cornerback who has appeared in just seven games over the past two seasons.

Here are all the details of Diddy’s alleged assault on Bruins’ strength coach Sal Alosi.

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Punter Bailey Raborn commits to UCLA’s 2016 class

Punter Bailey Raborn committed to UCLA’s 2016 class on Tuesday morning, completing what could be the Bruins’ special teams trio of the future.

Ranked No. 2 at his position by Chris Sailer Kicking, the Louisiana native committed soon after receiving his offer. He participated in UCLA’s specialist camp at Spaulding Field last Thursday.

Raborn’s commitment follows that of kicker JJ Molson, who announced for the Bruins earlier this month, and longsnapper Johnny Den Bleyker, who did so in March.

UCLA is entering the 2015 season with senior punter Matt Mengel, a last-minute JUCO transfer who was eighth in the conference at 40.2 yards per punt. He punted 59 times last fall, sending seven at least 50 yards and placing 20 inside the 20-yard line.

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P. Diddy arrested at UCLA after fight with assistant football coach

UPDATE: UCPD has updated Sean Combs’ charges to three counts of assault with a deadly weapon, one count of making terrorist threats and one count of battery. He posted bail, and has a court date scheduled for July 13.

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Sean “Diddy” Combs was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon at UCLA on Monday afternoon.

According to TMZ, the hip hop mogul — formerly known as both Puff Daddy and P. Diddy — was taken in after assaulting strength coach Sal Alosi. The fight was reportedly sparked because Alosi was yelling at Diddy’s son, cornerback Justin Combs, during a strength and conditioning session.

Diddy later confronted Alosi and grabbed him in his office inside the UCLA athletic facility. In a press release, the university stated that Diddy’s weapon was a kettlebell.

No one was seriously injured.

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