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The Rundown: Jan. 16

GymnasticsAngie Forburger, assistant Sports editor The Bruins swept this week’s Pac-12 honors. Freshman Margzetta Frazier, junior Kyla Ross and senior Katelyn Ohashi of No. 2 UCLA gymnastics (1-0) took home Pac-12 awards after their performances at Saturday’s Collegiate Challenge. Read more...

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Junior Gracie Kramer was one of five athletes to record a 9.925 or above on floor exercise at the Collegiate Challenge on Saturday. With a 9.950 against Nebraska, Kramer has now scored over a 9.900 on floor in the first two meets of the year. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

UCLA gymnastics continues to dazzle on floor during Collegiate Challenge win

Gracie Kramer jumped off the podium after her floor routine and fell into the arms of coach Valorie Kondos Field. For the second straight meet, the junior scored just shy of a perfect 10. Read more...

Photo: Junior Gracie Kramer was one of five athletes to record a 9.925 or above on floor exercise at the Collegiate Challenge on Saturday. With a 9.950 against Nebraska, Kramer has now scored over a 9.900 on floor in the first two meets of the year. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Junior Gracie Kramer was one of five athletes to record a 9.925 or above on floor exercise at the Collegiate Challenge on Saturday. With a 9.950 against Nebraska, Kramer has now scored over a 9.900 on floor in the first two meets of the year. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)



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The Rundown: Jan. 8

Football Sam Connon, assistant Sports editor Josh Rosen’s first NFL season ended like it began – in not-so-spectacular fashion. The former UCLA football quarterback started 13 games for the Arizona Cardinals after being selected with the 10th overall pick in last year’s NFL Draft. Read more...

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UCLA Director of Athletics Dan Guerrero announced the firing of men’s basketball coach Steve Alford midway through the 2018-2019 season Monday morning. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Fresh Off the Grill: Insights into UCLA Athletics’ search for Alford’s successor

The search for Steve Alford’s replacement has begun. Following the firing of the UCLA men’s basketball coach Monday morning and the appointment of assistant coach Murry Bartow as the interim head coach, the athletic department said the search for a new coach will begin immediately. Read more...

Photo: UCLA Director of Athletics Dan Guerrero announced the firing of men’s basketball coach Steve Alford midway through the 2018-2019 season Monday morning. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA Director of Athletics Dan Guerrero announced the firing of men’s basketball coach Steve Alford midway through the 2018-2019 season Monday morning. (Daily Bruin file photo)

After 5 1/2 seasons and a 124-63 overall record with the Bruins, Steve Alford is no longer the coach of UCLA men’s basketball.  (Axel Lopez/Assistant Photo editor)

UCLA fires men’s basketball coach Steve Alford days before start of Pac-12 play

This post was updated Dec. 31 at 10:45 a.m. Steve Alford’s time in Westwood has come to an end. UCLA has fired the coach midway through his sixth season, the athletic department announced Monday morning. Read more...

Photo: After 5 1/2 seasons and a 124-63 overall record with the Bruins, Steve Alford is no longer the coach of UCLA men’s basketball. (Axel Lopez/Assistant Photo editor)

After 5 1/2 seasons and a 124-63 overall record with the Bruins, Steve Alford is no longer the coach of UCLA men’s basketball.  (Axel Lopez/Assistant Photo editor)


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