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Steven Covella

Sports

Oct. 17, 2012 12:44 a.m.

Hoop Dreams

Kazemi, a walk-on, entered an insignificant 2011 game UCLA would eventually win 82-39 and grabbed a rebound in 120 seconds of play. It was the first and last time he would see the floor in his freshman season.

By Steven Covella

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Oct. 13, 2012 2:45 p.m.

Bruins in the Big Show: Oct. 13

Here’s a list of former Bruins to look for on the gridiron come Sunday:

Brendon Ayanbadejo ““ Baltimore Ravens
Akeem Ayers ““ Tennessee Titans
Dave Ball ““ Tennessee Titans
Kahlil Bell ““ Chicago Bears
Kyle Bosworth ““ Jacksonville Jaguars
David Carter ““ Arizona Cardinals
Kenyon Coleman ““ Dallas Cowboys
Tony Dye ““ Cincinnati Bengals
Mike Harris ““ San Diego Chargers
Justin Hickman ““ Indianapolis Colts
Maurice Jones-Drew ““ Jacksonville Jaguars
Chris Kluwe ““ Minnesota Vikings
Marcedes Lewis ““ Jacksonville Jaguars
Justin Medlock ““ Carolina Panthers
Rahim Moore ““ Denver Broncos
Logan Paulsen ““ Washington Redskins
Matthew Slater ““ New England Patriots
Alterraun Verner ““ Tennessee Titans
Matt Willis ““ Denver Broncos
Christian Yount ““ Cleveland Browns

News and notes heading into week six:

  • Kai Forbath, winner of the 2009 Lou Groza Award, will get his chance to break into the NFL this weekend after the Redskins signed the former Bruin to replace kicker Billy Cundiff, who was cut.
  • Maurice Jones-Drew made a return to his old stomping grounds this week.

By Steven Covella

Sports

Oct. 11, 2012 9:25 a.m.

Freshman class takes questions at men’s basketball’s Pac-12 media day Wednesday

At the center of the spotlight was guard Shabazz Muhammad, who was the focus of most of the questions.

By Steven Covella

Sports

Oct. 10, 2012 12:20 a.m.

Women’s basketball shifts gears toward Princeton offense

With the season less than a month from tipoff, UCLA women’s basketball is looking to expand its repertoire.

By Steven Covella

Sports

Oct. 3, 2012 1:33 a.m.

Women’s basketball holds first practice, stresses defense and discipline on the court

UCLA women’s basketball coach Cori Close was visibly upset, but her words were encouraging.

By Steven Covella

Baseball

Sept. 23, 2012 9:43 a.m.

Battle of the Editors: Steven Covella vs. Emma Coghlan

Every so often, there is just an overwhelming number of hot topics enveloping the UCLA sports scene.

By Steven Covella and Emma Coghlan

Sports

Sept. 2, 2012 12:14 p.m.

Men's basketball sees improved ball movement, teamwork in its three wins in China

When the UCLA men’s basketball team left for China, they were banged up and incomplete, but that was good enough.

Well, perhaps more so.

In their weeklong tour of China, the Bruins won all of their three games – two against Chinese college teams and one against a professional team – by an average margin of 39.3 points.

While the results were staggering, UCLA was more concerned with the way they played rather than the score.

Several members of the team noted that ball movement was their main area of improvement.

By Steven Covella

Football

Aug. 27, 2012 4:34 a.m.

Mapping the Field

Here’s a breakdown of the football field and the Bruins at every position.

By Tyler Drohan and Steven Covella

Men's Soccer

Aug. 27, 2012 4:06 a.m.

No. 2 UCLA men’s soccer falters against New Mexico in season opener

The UCLA men’s soccer team learned on Friday that it will take a lot more work to reach its 2011 form.

By Steven Covella

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