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Stanford and now Harvard better than UCLA

I think it's worth noting that Harvard Basketball was ranked nationally by a major poll for the first time in its history on Dec 5 (as I am also a Harvard grad, I think this is great). But hell has not frozen over, although one would not be crazy for thinking so, since UCLA Basketball has fallen off the basketball map at the same time. So, let's recap. Stanford Football is playing for national championships while UCLA Football has been dead for a decade, and Harvard Basketball is nationally ranked while UCLA Basketball, the greatest tradition of excellence in all college sports arguably, is dying. I wanted to note the developments of both Stanford and Harvard major revenue sports teams for the record as I'm tired of hearing about academics being a problem for UCLA. These 2 shameful facts should put that fallacy and pathetic excuse for mediocrity to bed once and for all. Are you paying attention Dan Guerrero? (rhetorical question - we all know the answer, even Dan)

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