The Rose Bowl may only be weeks away from seeing its first game action in almost a year. (Liz Ketcham/Daily Bruin senior staff)
This post was updated Oct. 4 at 11:22 p.m.
When I was 7 years old, I wanted to ride the waterslide at my local community pool.
With the future of UCLA athletics shrouded in uncertainty in the midst of COVID-19 postponements, the Daily Bruin Sports editors decided to take a look at which Bruin teams will benefit most from a hiatus, extra eligibility or a conference-only schedule in their respective sports.
An enormous waste of time, money and resources.
In case anyone missed it, on Aug. 26, UCLA filed a lawsuit against Under Armour after the apparel company decided to unilaterally terminate its 15-year, $280 million contract with UCLA in June.
I don’t want to write this article.
I really don’t.
But the time has come, and UCLA has dropped the hammer by agreeing with the Pac-12’s decision to postpone all sport competitions until Jan.
That number is plastered on signs all along Bruin Walk, with UCLA claiming itself as “the No. 1 public university in the U.S.”
It is also where the state of California finds itself on the list of total COVID-19 cases, in the middle of a pandemic killing a reported roughly 1,000 Americans daily.
College football is happening.
Well, at least for now.
When the Pac-12 announced its full football schedule Friday, the conference grounded a fall season in reality after months of bad news and speculation.
With professional leagues beginning again in the wake of COVID-19 postponements, the Daily Bruin Sports editors decided to take a look at current Bruins who resemble some of the top pros in their respective sports.
When Under Armour officially announced its intentions to terminate its contract with UCLA Athletics, many Bruins fans had one thought: What’s next?
What apparel brand will pick up where Under Armour left off?
As the days were getting longer in early June, it seemed that our wait for UCLA football and other sports was only getting shorter.
However, with COVID-19’s resurgence in several areas of the country, UCLA must act quickly to reverse course and hit the brakes on its sports restart.
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