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Sam Connon | Sports senior staff
Connon is currently a Sports senior staff writer for the football, men's basketball and baseball beats. He was the Sports editor for the 2019-2020 academic year, an assistant Sports editor on the baseball, men's soccer, cross country, men's golf and women's golf beats from 2018-2019 and a reporter on the baseball and women's basketball beats from 2017-2018. Connon also contributes movie reviews for Arts & Entertainment and co-hosts Daily Bruin Sports' weekly podcast, "Out of Bounds." Connon is a fourth-year Communication student from Winchester, Massachusetts.
Connon is currently a Sports senior staff writer for the football, men's basketball and baseball beats. He was the Sports editor for the 2019-2020 academic year, an assistant Sports editor on the baseball, men's soccer, cross country, men's golf and women's golf beats from 2018-2019 and a reporter on the baseball and women's basketball beats from 2017-2018. Connon also contributes movie reviews for Arts & Entertainment and co-hosts Daily Bruin Sports' weekly podcast, "Out of Bounds." Connon is a fourth-year Communication student from Winchester, Massachusetts.

Men's Basketball

Feb. 17, 2021 6:39 p.m.

Five-star recruit Amari Bailey commits to UCLA men’s basketball’s class of 2022

While wins have been hard to come by for the Bruins on the court over the past few weeks, they picked one up on the recruiting trail Wednesday.

By Sam Connon

Men's Basketball

Feb. 6, 2021 9:33 p.m.

Men’s basketball falls to crosstown rival USC in double-digit loss

This post was updated Feb. 6 at 10:01 p.m.
Even without their two rotation big men, the Bruins found a way to hang around for most of the first half.

By Sam Connon

Football

Feb. 5, 2021 1:38 p.m.

Un-Connon Opinions: UCLA football’s disappointing results could be the end for Chip Kelly

Chip Kelly’s first three seasons in Westwood have been full of excuses.
Those excuses have been justifiable, but they are still excuses nonetheless.
The team wasn’t built of Kelly’s hand-picked recruits, the Pac-12 had evolved in his six-year absence since he coached up in Eugene, disgruntled players transferred out of the program in droves, injuries to key players disrupted position groups and a pandemic cost him a layup nonconference slate, among other things.

By Sam Connon

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