UCLA football coach DeShaun Foster (left) and athletic director Martin Jarmond (right) clasp hands at Foster’s introductory press conference. Both Jarmond and Foster discussed the future of UCLA’s NIL endeavors Tuesday. (Felicia Keller/Daily Bruin senior staff)
There’s a definitive attitude Martin Jarmond associates with new head coach DeShaun Foster.
It’s also a word the athletic director used to describe what’s required of any successful program in today’s college football landscape.
This post was updated Feb. 6 at 11:17 p.m.
The NCAA’s amateurism model has met another challenge.
The National Labor Relations Board ruled in a landmark decision Monday that men’s basketball players at Dartmouth College are considered employees of the university under the National Labor Relations Act and can therefore unionize.
This post was updated Dec. 6 at 9:37 p.m.
In the 1950s, the NCAA failed to provide workers’ compensation to the widow of a football player who died following an in-game injury.
This post was updated Oct 12 at 9:53 p.m.
UCLA athletic director Martin Jarmond met with Daily Bruin Sports on Tuesday.
Jarmond was hired in May 2020 and has since spearheaded UCLA’s conference switch to the Big Ten alongside USC and now Oregon and Washington.
This post was updated on Sept. 22 at 12:14 p.m.
In 2014, ESPN coined 13-year-old Chase Griffin “the QB most likely to succeed.”
“Where will Chase be in five years?” the feature pondered.
UCLA women’s basketball ventured a world away from Westwood last month.
The team traversed over 15,000 miles total, heading to Senegal, then Germany and back to Los Angeles over the span of 11 days.
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