Headlines in the Bruin Twitterverse: Reggie Miller Keeps it Real, Chris Kluwe Shows Another Side, and UCLA Women's Soccer Bling

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Class of 2014 arrives in a week!

The A/C went out in San Antonio during Game 1 of the NBA Finals, and Reggie Miller couldn't stay quiet:

Preach.

If you ever watched Reggie Miller's 30 for 30, there are video clips of him playing in his backyard against his Cheryl.  By the way, his backyard was in Riverside. HOT.

Hardware alert: Women's Soccer has received their rings:

Apparently they look familiar:

I think you are smart for escaping the clutches of the Alford regime:

Welcome to the real world, Anthony Barr.

When I first read this tweet, I thought Fauria was concerned about injuries and concussions. Then I read the second half.  Oh.

It's getting real for the incoming class.

Especially since most of those followers follow him just so they can tweet dumb things at him:

Chris Kluwe was the grand marshal of the DC Pride Parade and he showed all his shiny parts:

Although being in DC can be terrifying... SPOILER ALERT.

Things I never thought I would see in LA but yet, here it is.

We love Westwood too.

Go Bruins.

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