Bruin Bites: Pac-12's Expanding Asian Footprint, Follow-Up on Justin Combs' Scholarship

Justin is too classy to say it, but I'll do it for him. If you're one of the idiots who thinks he should give up his scholarship (yes, you that he's pointing at), guess what? You're a complete and total moron.

It's Monday morning, and sadly, it's time to head back to the grind after the weekend, and rather than discussing our various programs and recruiting news, the MSM seems obsessed with the complete, total non-story that is Justin Combs accepting an athletic scholarship to play football at UCLA. Apparently, it's no big deal when Michael Jordan's (net worth approx. $500 million) kid gets a scholarship to public university UCF, or when Howie Long's (net worth $14 million) oldest son got a free ride to Virginia (public university) (never mind, his middle son just accepted an athletic scholarship to Oregon, another public university), or when John Elway's (net worth $45 million) accepted an athletic scholarship to Arizona State (public university). But when P. Diddy's kid gets a scholarship to UCLA (a scholarship he earned, mind you), well cue the uproar from the morons in the MSM.

It's comical. It's pathetic. And it's hypocritical.

With that said, let's turn to the various bits and pieces of news from around the UCLA-iverse.

Alright folks, those are your Bruin Bites to start the work week with. Fire away with your thoughts, takes, and additions in the comments thread.

GO BRUINS

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