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Every UCLA football Saturday, whether at the Rose Bowl or on the road, has so much more to it than a win or a loss. That’s why each postgame Monday (or in this case, Tuesday), the Daily Bruin will break down the Bruins’ most recent game, outlining the good, the bad and the verdict for their performance. More »

Senior midfielder Leo Stolz picked up right where he left off as the 2013 Pac-12 Player of the Year, scoring the deciding goal in UCLA's second game of the season against North Carolina on Sunday. 
(Jose Ubeda/Daily Bruin staff)

The UCLA men’s soccer team did not ease its way into the new season as most teams do by playing a couple unranked, lower-tier opponents. Instead, the Bruins stormed their way into the national spotlight this weekend by defeating two top-25 teams on the road in three days. More »

1) UCLA offensive line vs. Memphis pass rush It’s no secret that UCLA’s offensive line had a rough outing against Virginia on Saturday, surrendering five sacks and allowing many other rushers to collapse the pocket on redshirt junior quarterback Brett Hundley. More »

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