Photos: UCLA ties for third in Pac-12 after beating Oregon

Photos from UCLA’s 72-63 win over Oregon on Saturday, Feb. 14, including a halftime ceremony to honor the 1995 championship team. (Michael Owen Baker/Daily News)

– The game story on UCLA’s 72-63 win over Oregon at Pauley Pavilion, one that featured a highlight-reel day from Norman Powell.
Mark Whicker’s column on how Tony Parker’s presence has helped keep the Bruins’ NCAA Tournament hopes alive.

Facebook Twitter Plusone Digg Reddit Stumbleupon Tumblr Email

UCLA suffers fourth straight loss to Stanford under Jim Mora

Brett Hundley and the rest of the UCLA football team walks off the Rose Bowl field after the Bruins’ 31-10 loss to Stanford on Friday, Nov. 28, 2014.

» On the cusp of the Pac-12 title game, UCLA’s big dreams came crashing down again in another loss to Stanford.
» Eric Kendricks left the Rose Bowl for the last time as UCLA’s all-time leader in tackles, plus notes on the Stanford touchdown that put the game out of reach.
» The Cardinal had struggled on offense most of this season, but Kevin Hogan thoroughly outplayed Brett Hundley.

Facebook Twitter Plusone Digg Reddit Stumbleupon Tumblr Email

Photos: LAX lights up entrance pylons for UCLA-USC rivalry

Rivalry week has reached an international portal. (Steve McCrank/Staff)

Passengers at one of the busiest airports in the world will be treated to displays of UCLA and USC colors. This week, LAX will alternate its entrance pylon lights between blue, red and gold for the two teams. Click through above for more photos.

Here’s roundup of our early UCLA-USC coverage this week:
» As buzz builds around Los Angeles, the Bruins are trying their best not to acknowledge the rivalry hype.
» Mark Whicker’s column on how UCLA woke up to the news of Oregon State’s upset win over Arizona State.
» USC’s Leonard Williams, on UCLA: “I definitely want to get back at them. We’re definitely going to have a chip on our shoulder.”
» The UCLA-USC rivalry spreads wide throughout the Southland.

Facebook Twitter Plusone Digg Reddit Stumbleupon Tumblr Email

UCLA’s win at Colorado just the latest in season of ugly games

Brett Hundley runs past Colorado’s Chidobe Awuzie for an 8-yard, game-winning touchdown in double overtime. (Justin Edmonds/Getty Images)

» UCLA snuck out of Boulder with a 40-37 win, but needing double overtime to survive Colorado is one more step down the hole of an underwhelming season.
» The Bruins still can’t shake the penalty bug, and are now losing an average of 80 yards per game to flags under Jim Mora.

Facebook Twitter Plusone Digg Reddit Stumbleupon Tumblr Email