Monday, May 25

Un-Connon Opinions: Josh Rosen has 3 options to revamp his football career and they all involve a trade

Last year, Josh Rosen became the first quarterback since 1987 to be drafted in the top 10 and then be shipped away before the start of his second season. Read more...

Photo: Josh Rosen passed for 3,756 yards in 2017, his final season with UCLA football. Rosen finished his career as a Bruin with the third-most passing yards in program history. (Amy Dixon/Daily Bruin senior staff)



Tay’s Takedown: Cronin’s honesty serves as foundation to rebuild program with discipline, love

When Mick Cronin first took the podium at his inaugural press conference in April, he said there’s one thing people need to know about him. He’s honest. Read more...

Photo: Coach Mick Cronin has repeatedly criticized his team for a lack of defensive execution, as he and UCLA men’s basketball currently sit at 9-9 just over halfway through the season. (Amy Dixon/Daily Bruin senior staff)


Jacq’ed Up: NCAA could better use its resources to support professional U.S. women’s soccer

Soccer has never been America’s favorite sport, but on the women’s side, it could be. Following the U.S. Women’s National Team’s 2019 World Cup win, the National Women’s Soccer League has seen increased support through television contracts and brand deals. Read more...

Photo: Senior midfielder Jessie Fleming (left) and senior defender Kaiya McCullough (right) are two members of UCLA women’s soccer who are looking to play at the next level, whether that be in the National Women’s Soccer League or in one abroad. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin senior staff)



Jacq’ed Up: Women’s basketball needs third star to step up, help pick up title this season

The basketball record books are riddled with trios. Whether it’s Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen and Dennis Rodman for the Chicago Bulls or Kalani Brown, Lauren Cox and Chloe Jackson for reigning NCAA champion Baylor – in basketball, good things come in threes. Read more...

Photo: Junior forward Lauryn Miller (left) and freshman guard Charisma Osborne (right) are two players who have proven their abilities as integral secondary options for UCLA women’s basketball this season. The two are averaging a combined 18 points and 12.5 rebounds per game. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin senior staff)


Tay’s Takedown: Freshman is bright spot in men’s basketball’s future after dull nonconference play

This post was updated Jan. 8 at 10:19 p.m. Bruin fans have been told time and time again one thing when it comes to the men’s basketball team – this team is young and needs time to grow. Read more...

Photo: Freshman guard/forward Jaime Jaquez Jr. (left) did not start in the first seven contests for UCLA men’s basketball but has seen his role steadily increase since the Maui Jim Maui Invitational in November. (Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)



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