After a delayed start because of the COVID-19 pandemic, UCLA Athletics had quite a year full of big moments. Ranging from adding national championship No. 119 to its trophy case to a revival of a long-storied program to a Michelle Obama tweet, Daily Bruin Sports takes a look at the very best moments of the 2020-2021 year in UCLA sports.
The offensive explosion that lifted the Bruins to victory Saturday carried into Sunday, keeping their season alive for at least another few hours.
No. 2 seed UCLA baseball (37-19, 18-12 Pac-12) stormed out of the gates with a five-run first inning, eventually beating No.
Regional No. 2 seed UCLA baseball (35-18, 18-12 Pac-12) will begin its 13th NCAA tournament appearance in the last 17 seasons in the Lubbock Regional with a date with regional No.
The Bruins fielded several key graduate transfers last season, and all of them are returning for 2021.
Running back Brittain Brown, left guard Paul Grattan, cornerback Obi Eboh and safety Qwuantrezz Knight all elected to cash in on their extra year of eligibility provided by the NCAA following the COVID-19-shortened 2020 season.
Though not quite back from the dead, the mainstream zombie subgenre definitely has new life now that Zack Snyder is back in the game.
Snyder’s newest film “Army of the Dead” is set to come out on Netflix on Friday and is currently playing in select theaters, including the newly renovated Landmark Westwood.
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