Hey, guess what:
My school won this weekend … did yours?— Pierre Escargot (@AyeNellz_) October 6, 2013
More bold statements:
PAC-12 > Sec.— Daniel G Eaton (@Ucla_Eaton88) October 6, 2013
Remember how one of the factors in recruiting Priest Willis was recruiting his little sister? She misses her big brother.
My sister made this today I love and miss her pic.twitter.com/tfbt5MpqVy— Priest Willis Jr. (@pwillisjr3) October 6, 2013
Its Been A Long Journey, Looking At This Picture Helped Me Realize That I've Really Come Along Way And… http://t.co/Kj9e2o3KEv— Darius Bell (@dariusbell3) October 5, 2013
I don't think it's a coincidence we get about one of these a week from the football team.
I love playing with my brothers, these coaches, this team--for this school. No place I'd rather be than UCLA— Cameron Judge (@CameronJudge) October 3, 2013
Are you ready for Halloween? Rump roast?
Rump Roast Special! https://t.co/CPIykhBIIk— Brett A. Hundley Jr (@BrettHundley17) October 6, 2013
Lofty goal, Jeff Baca. Good luck with that.
My children will be able to sit somewhere for an extended period of time without an electronic device. Just like I used to.— Jeff Baca (@JBaca60) October 6, 2013
Of course, Carl Hulick would agree with Jeff:
Just wastin a day waiting for the cable guy to get here. Not too keen on having a tv anyways.— Carl Hulick (@CarlHulick) October 4, 2013
I hope Brenton Allen will be able to tap into that UCLA network:
What good is a degree when there's no jobs to apply?— Bren†on Δllen ✗ (@BrentonAllen_) October 6, 2013
Good luck and happy trails, Charles O'Bannon.
Good luck to ex-NBA & ex-UCLA player Charles O'Bannon, who says he's officially retired from playing after Japan stint & looking for NBA gig— Marc J. Spears (@SpearsNBAYahoo) October 8, 2013
On the NBA front, Shabazz cannot karaoke:
TRUE!!! "@phenom15balla: Karaoke with the team man I need to stick to basketball lol!"— Kevin Love (@kevinlove) October 4, 2013
Coming to ucla was the best decision i ever made facts— SLOWMO (@KyleAnderson5) October 7, 2013
It usually is the best decision you'll ever make.