This post was updated Sept. 3 at 10:59 p.m.
Jedd Fisch calls himself a Patriots fan, but when the first-year offensive coordinator looked up at the scoreboard that showed UCLA football trailing Texas A&M by 34 points, he couldn’t even dream of a Super Bowl-like comeback – not when the Bruins were down by almost twice as much as New England was against the Atlanta Falcons.
The Josh Rosen comeback UCLA football fans had been waiting 11 months for kicked off against Texas A&M.
It wasn’t pretty.
The Aggies outplayed the Bruins in every facet of the first half – 342 to 151 in net total yards, 13 to 8 in first downs and 18:21 to 11:39 in minutes of possession.
Eight seasons and three NCAA finals appearances later, UCLA women’s water polo coach Brandon Brooks’ time in Westwood is ending.
Brooks, who also competed on the men’s team from 1999 to 2002, is stepping down to pursue other opportunities.
Ever since her parents put a video camera in her hands, filming has been a constant in Deanna Hong’s life.
But as she sat on her couch watching the Norwegian women’s handball team at the 2008 Olympics, the Bay Area native realized what had once been a hobby could be something more.
The year is almost over, and all the sports are wrapped up except for softball, baseball and track and field. With the annual Daily Bruin Sports Yearlies just a week away, this year’s Sports editors take the time to throw down on who is deserving of candidacy for men’s and women’s athletes of the year.
Angel City Sports, an organization for adaptive athletes, will hold their annual games at UCLA from June 22 to June 25. The games are in their third year and will feature five Paralympic sports this year.
The UCLA men’s and women’s tennis programs wrapped up the NCAA team competition with losses to Georgia and Pepperdine, respectively, but both programs will have players competing for individual titles starting Wednesday.
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