The NFL season starts this weekend, and here are some happy NFL Bruins:
Words can't describe the joy in my heart from my hard work being rewarded! I will never forget this day. WUTTUP DETROIT, I'M A LION!— Joseph Fauria (@BigJoeFauria) August 31, 2013
From undrafted free agent to signed. Congrats Joe!
So happy for my friend and former UCLA longsnapper @KMcD47! Just made the final roster with the 49ers!— Jeff Locke (@jefflocke12) August 31, 2013
Chris Kluwe, who was cut by the Raiders, is taking it rather well:
Never forget that the NFL is a business, run by businessmen. Everything always comes down to dollars and cents.— Chris Kluwe (@ChrisWarcraft) September 4, 2013
I mean really well:
Staying ready. The wife made enchiladas tonight. I countered with margaritas and chocolate chip cookies (not at same time, duh). #SOFOCUSED— Chris Kluwe (@ChrisWarcraft) September 5, 2013
Speaking of NFL Bruins Datone took some time to tweet at us to give us his his thoughts on the special unis for the Washington game:
There was some chatter about the Johnny Manziel decision last week, and of course former NCAA Football players see how hypocritical the NCAA can be.
@B2Davis44 I don't understand either. Is he suspended cuz they "think he's guilty?" if so, I wasn't aware that was an NCAA violation. Lol— Jarrad Page (@JarradPage44) August 29, 2013
Good to see the NCAA brought its full weight down on Johnny Football. Heavens forbid that Alabama game not be a ratings hit. #fucktheNCAA— Chris Kluwe (@ChrisWarcraft) August 28, 2013
Play football, watch football. Even if it's bad football.
Btw I'm still not calling them USC. That's for South Carolina now. Lol.— Jarrad Page (@JarradPage44) August 30, 2013
Shout out to Norm Chow lol— Dietrich Riley (@DietrichRiley) August 30, 2013
College rivalries never die!
Several basketball recruits were on campus for their visits. They all want to go to one place:
We can't share Snider's tweets (the guy we really need) because his account is protected. Thankfully (for Stevie 2.0) Alford got a commitment from Bluiett because he brought in his high school coach as an assistant to UCLA. Genius!
Oh not sure if you guys what Sydney Leroux did the other night. I think you will want to check it out. Here are our girls celebrating the Bruin legend:
The team giving the 8 clap for UCLA Alumni Sydney Leroux's 4th goal http://t.co/zrq3pQPwqM— UCLA Women's Soccer (@UCLAWSoccer) September 4, 2013