Monday, August 19

Former UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen is a projected top-10 pick in Thursday's NFL Draft. Rosen threw for over 9,000 yards and had a QBR of 140.1 in three seasons with the Bruins. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

Smith Says: Josh Rosen deserves more recognition in the NFL Draft

Analysts are saying Josh Rosen won’t be the first quarterback off the board in the NFL Draft on Thursday night – in fact, he may not even be the second or the third. Read more...

Photo: Former UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen is a projected top-10 pick in Thursday's NFL Draft. Rosen threw for over 9,000 yards and had a QBR of 140.1 in three seasons with the Bruins. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

Former UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen is a projected top-10 pick in Thursday's NFL Draft. Rosen threw for over 9,000 yards and had a QBR of 140.1 in three seasons with the Bruins. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

To qualify for the NCAA tournament, UCLA will have to either win the MPSF tournament or secure an at-large bid. After falling to USC this past weekend, the Bruins' chance at securing the bid was hurt and it seems likely UCLA will have to vie for an at-large bid. (Alice Naland/Daily Bruin)

Angus’ Beef: Men’s volleyball falls to unranked USC, jeopardizes NCAA tournament entry

Micah Ma’a sprinted past the antenna to the other side of the court to chase down a ball shanked by senior opposite Christian Hessenauer and fell just short, giving USC the point it needed to win the match. Read more...

Photo: To qualify for the NCAA tournament, UCLA will have to either win the MPSF tournament or secure an at-large bid. After falling to USC this past weekend, the Bruins' chance at securing the bid was hurt and it seems likely UCLA will have to vie for an at-large bid. (Alice Naland/Daily Bruin)

To qualify for the NCAA tournament, UCLA will have to either win the MPSF tournament or secure an at-large bid. After falling to USC this past weekend, the Bruins' chance at securing the bid was hurt and it seems likely UCLA will have to vie for an at-large bid. (Alice Naland/Daily Bruin)

Although the UCLA men’s basketball team earned a No.3 seed in the NCAA Tournament last year, a three-game loss this season has UCLA in a desperate position to gain ground. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

Smith Says: Men’s basketball struggles to stay afloat as season winds down

Conference play has not exactly gone according to plan for the Bruins this season. Back in July, I wrote about why UCLA men’s basketball (16-7, 7-4 Pac-12) was in better position to make noise within the Pac-12 than they were a year ago – and I still think I was right – but the Bruins are doing their best to prove me wrong. Read more...

Photo: Although the UCLA men’s basketball team earned a No.3 seed in the NCAA Tournament last year, a three-game loss this season has UCLA in a desperate position to gain ground. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

Although the UCLA men’s basketball team earned a No.3 seed in the NCAA Tournament last year, a three-game loss this season has UCLA in a desperate position to gain ground. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

UCLA track and field was busy completely reconstructing its coaching staff in the summer. But early signs show that the new coaches might have been exactly what the Bruins needed. (Daily Bruin file photo)

New coaching staff helping to rebuild UCLA’s track and field program

I take it back. Last summer, UCLA track and field said goodbye to yet another superstar athlete – this time to rival USC. Hurdler Rai Benjamin was one of the most talented sprinters to have set foot on UCLA’s campus in a long time. Read more...

Photo: UCLA track and field was busy completely reconstructing its coaching staff in the summer. But early signs show that the new coaches might have been exactly what the Bruins needed. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA track and field was busy completely reconstructing its coaching staff in the summer. But early signs show that the new coaches might have been exactly what the Bruins needed. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Since the class of 2018 started college, Stanford has won 13 NCAA championships while UCLA has only won three. The Cardinal have a chance to sweep the Bruins in basketball for the season Saturday. (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)

Angus’ Beef: UCLA has one shot to remain superior over Stanford in men’s basketball

Stanford is better than UCLA at a lot of things. The Cardinal have long been ranked above the Bruins academically, but at least UCLA could claim athletic superiority – until December. Read more...

Photo: Since the class of 2018 started college, Stanford has won 13 NCAA championships while UCLA has only won three. The Cardinal have a chance to sweep the Bruins in basketball for the season Saturday. (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)

Since the class of 2018 started college, Stanford has won 13 NCAA championships while UCLA has only won three. The Cardinal have a chance to sweep the Bruins in basketball for the season Saturday. (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)

Rumors that Josh Rosen's teammates dislike him plagued the star quarterback throughout his career as a Bruin, but these claims were never backed by much hard evidence. (Kristie-Valerie Hoang/Assistant Photo editor)

Wang’s Word: Unfounded rumors that teammates dislike Josh Rosen should not affect draft

Josh Rosen is finally gone. The nation’s top-ranked pro-style high school quarterback in 2015 via 247Sports endured a tumultuous three-year tenure as a Bruin. But despite playing under a different offensive coordinator each season and learning a new playbook every offseason, Rosen cemented his place in the top-three of nearly every UCLA passing record in only 30 games. Read more...

Photo: Rumors that Josh Rosen's teammates dislike him plagued the star quarterback throughout his career as a Bruin, but these claims were never backed by much hard evidence. (Kristie-Valerie Hoang/Assistant Photo editor)

Rumors that Josh Rosen's teammates dislike him plagued the star quarterback throughout his career as a Bruin, but these claims were never backed by much hard evidence. (Kristie-Valerie Hoang/Assistant Photo editor)



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