If a college baseball program makes the College World Series two of the past three years, averages over 44 wins a season and has 27 players drafted over that span, but no one is there to see it, does it really happen?
After an arduous season filled with NCAA investigations, transfers, injuries and everything else that comes with college basketball, the UCLA men’s basketball team finally has its path set for the NCAA tournament.
During the first six games of their winning streak, which included a win over No. 7 Missouri and a victory in their Pac-12 opener against California, the UCLA Bruins averaged 86 points a game in what looked like a new high-scoring brand of UCLA basketball.
With two of UCLA’s starting linemen falling to injuries in the first half of the Holiday Bowl, redshirt senior offensive lineman Jeff Baca found himself playing right tackle, right guard and center in the course of the game.
SAN DIEGO — UCLA’s first season under Jim Mora wasn’t supposed to end like this.
After a 9-2 start, a 38-28 win over USC and a redeemed sense of pride, the Bruins (9-5, 6-3 Pac-12) looked ready to take the next step onto the national stage.
After an 9-2 start to the regular season, the No. 17 UCLA Bruins ended their first year under coach Jim Mora with a three-game losing streak capped off by a 49-26 drubbing by the Baylor Bears in the Holiday Bowl.
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