Bruin Bites: Law School Money Debate, Cantlay Update, Soccer Notes, Double the Jordan, and Terrence Austin Makes Case for Roster Spot

NEWTOWN SQUARE, PA - JUNE 30: Patrick Cantlay hits his first shot on the fourth hole during the first round of the AT&T National at Aronimink Golf Club on June 30, 2011 in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Drew Hallowell/Getty Images)

That's right folks, it's Thursday and we're just two short days away from the weekend, and thus, one more week closer to the kick-off to UCLA football.  Since we checked in at the beginning of the week, we've covered football practices (here and here) with our regular Spaulding Roundup section, highlighted the winner's bracket in the popular UCLA name associate off-season game, discussed the on-going QB competition and the possibility that Rick will use both Brehaut and Prince in the season opener, and generated quite a conversation and debate on possible replacements for Neuheisel if he isn't able to turn the program around this season and is given the axe.

And with that, let's turn to your bits and pieces of news from around the UCLA-iverse:

And that concludes your Bruin Bites round-up of news and bits of information from around the UCLA-iverse.  Fire away in the comment thread with your thoughts, links, and other nuggets of UCLA information.

GO BRUINS

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