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Stay Alive Saturday

SALT LAKE CITY, UT—UCLA defeated the Utah Utes 17-9, in a critical PAC-12 South showdown. Setting the table for next Saturdays grudge match against their crosstown rival, the USC Trojans at the LA Coliseum. However, on the line is a PAC-12 South title, and more important, a spot in the PAC-12 Championship. USC was crushed by the Oregon Ducks 48-28,...

SFPD Announces Safety Measures For Super Bowl 50

City authorities and the Super Bowl 50 annual committee are taking extra security measures in preparation for February's game day at Levi's Stadium.
SAN FRANCISCO—In light of recent terrorist threats and attacks, San Francisco leaders and the Super Bowl annual committee have been working together to consider extra safety precautions. On Wednesday, November 18, Super Bowl 50 planners and city leaders announced plans to increase and reinforce security measures that will be taking place at Super Bowl City in San Francisco, as...

Washington State Shocks UCLA In Thriller

PASADENA—For the third year in a row, UCLA lost it’s home finale at the Rose Bowl. This time it was to the Washington State Cougars, 31-27, behind WSU Quarterback Luke Falk, the Cougars marched 75 yards in just 66 seconds. The Rose Bowl crowd was stunned, as a victory appeared imminent with just over one minute left. They showed...

Road Warriors

CORVALLIS, OREGON—It was a deluge of rain and points as UCLA trounced the Oregon State Beavers 41-0. The Bruins have impressively won 13 out of their last 14 games away from the Rose Bowl. They controlled this game from start to finish in spite of a scoreless first quarter. UCLA Quarterback Josh Rosen continued to live up to all of...

The Bruins Maul The Cal Golden Bears 40-24

PASADENA—UCLA regained its identity crushing the Cal Golden Bears 40-24 at the Rose Bowl on Thursday, October 22. The Bruins relied on the strength of Josh Rosen and Thomas Duarte. The quarterback and wide receiver hooked up on 10 completions for 141 yards and a touchdown. The defense returned to form as well, sacking Cal Quarterback Jared Goff five...

Stanford Crushes UCLA, Bruins Drop Second Straight

PALO ALTO—Los Angeles fans woke up this morning feeling nauseous: the Los Angeles Dodgers were eliminated by the New York Mets in the NLDS playoffs and the UCLA Bruins were trounced up north by Stanford, 56-35. The Bruins are reeling. Besides losing consecutive games to PAC-12 opponents, UCLA has been knocked out of the top 25. UCLA faced Stanford in...

UCLA Suffers First Loss Of The Season

PASADENA—The sunset above the Rose Bowl on Saturday night was a picturesque backdrop. The clouds were a mix of orange and pink hues hanging above the San Gabriel Mountains. The Arizona State Sun Devils upset the No. 7 ranked UCLA Bruins 38-23. It was the Bruins first loss of the season, and QB Josh Rosen's first loss at the...

SF 49ers Sued Due To Violent Attack

SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco 49ers are being sued for failure to provide adequate security measures to protect patrons of drunken fans. In an incident that occurred last year, two cousins, Kiran and Amish Patel, attended a San Francisco 49ers game on October 5, 2014, and were beaten in the Levi’s Stadium restroom by intoxicated brothers, Amador Rebollero, 28, and Dario Rebollero,...

Darnell Dockett Released By 49ers

SAN FRANCISCO—On Friday, September 4, the San Francisco 49ers released defensive lineman Darnell Dockett. The team has since confirmed the cut. The 34-year-old Dockett was released just six months after being signed to a 2-year, $7.25 million contract, with $2 million guaranteed. Dockett was originally signed to replace defensive end Justin Smith, who retired in 2014 after a 14-year career in the...

SF 49ers Release Aldon Smith

The San Francisco 49ers have released linebacker Aldon Smith following his arrest on charges of hit and run, driving under the influence and vandalism. Photo by Mike Morbeck.
SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco 49ers have released linebacker Aldon Smith following his arrest on charges of a hit and run, driving under the influence and vandalism. “This organization has tried very hard to help Aldon fight his issues,” the team said in a statement released on their website. “Although he is no longer a member of this team, our support and...
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