Is Steve Alford about to lose a key UCLA basketball recruit - Rysheed Jordan - to Steve Lavin?
UCLA basketball continues to struggle with recruiting as Ben Howland and his staff are unable to get commitments at point guard and power forward spots.
Heading into a boom or bust season UCLA basketball is in precarious situation due to lackluster recruiting by Ben Howland and his staff.
Bothell, Washington point guard Zach Lavine has verbally committed to UCLA Basketball. Zach is the first unofficial commitment to UCLA's 2013 recruiting class.
Update Bruins' top basketball recruiting target for class of 2013 - guard Zach Lavine from Washington.
Video description: "Embattled UCLA men's basketball coach Ben Howland won the 2012 recruiting lottery signing four of the nation's top recruits. Shabazz Muhammad, Kyle Anderson, Jordan Adams and Tony Parker are the "New Fab 4" and give Howland's Bruins plenty of depth at all positions for a run at the 2013 NCAA Title." GO BRUINS.
Bruins Nation takes a look at the various bits and pieces of news from around the UCLA-iverse in the mid-week edition of the regular Bruin Bites round-up, this time taking a look at the post-Shabazz commitment madness in Westwood.
On the eve of the NCAA tournament's title game, Bruins Nation starts the week off with a in-depth comparison of UCLA's basketball fortunes with that of the other elite programs of college basketball: Duke, Kansas, Kentucky, and North Carolina. The conclusion is clear: the numbers say Ben Howland needs to go.