TAMPA, FL - MARCH 19: Tyler Honeycutt #23 of the UCLA Bruins drives for a shot attempt against Scottie Wilbekin #5 of the Florida Gators during the third round of the 2011 NCAA men's basketball tournament at St. Pete Times Forum on March 19, 2011 in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by J. Meric/Getty Images)
So, with the weekend coming to an end, let's give you the bits and pieces from around the UCLA-iverse:
Let's start with football and the gamblers aren't liking the Bruins' odds this season, with Doc's Sporting Service's prediction coming in at 6-6 or 5-7. The Bruins could shock a lot of people, but at this snapshot in time, with uncertainty at QB and a weakened offensive line, and the defense being a complete unknown, people aren't staking their money to the Bruins' odds of success.
Switching to water polo, four players from our women's water polo squad earned All-American honors. Senior stand-out Priscilla Orozco made first team, while senior Grace Reynolds brought home second team honors. Juniors K.K. Clark and Caitlin Dement earned third team honors, while seniors Kelly Easterday and Megan Burmeister received honorable mentions. Congratulations to all the ladies who brought back individual glory. Let's hope next year doesn't end in third place, but in first.
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