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ICYMI: Firestone and Edwards Question Guerrero's Judgment


If you missed Good Day LA this morning, you missed an interesting discussion between Good Day LA host (and former sports talk guy) Steve Edwards and sports commentator Roy Firestone.

The two spent some time discussing UCLA's hiring of Steve Alford as men's basketball coach.

While Firestone initially raised some of the same questions many here did, he took it to the next level when he discussed Alford's "character flaw".

Firestone called the Pierre Pierce situation a "more disturbing issue" than wins and losses.

Edwards made sure that Firestone pointed out that Pierce ran into more trouble later on.

Firestone questioned whether he was the "perfect fit" as he was proclaimed by Dan Guerrero and said UCLA "had to have known...with the internet."

The segment ends rather cynically with both Edwards and Firestone saying that, if Alford wins at UCLA, all will be forgotten.

Well, not forgetting was the reason Bernstein wrote his article.

Have you contacted the Chancellor's Office yet? If not, please do. If so, good.

Now, please share this video with your UCLA friends.

<em>This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of BruinsNation's (BN) editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of BN's editors.</em>

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