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Hoosier Loser Loses Top LA Recruit to Arizona

UCLA basketball suffers a devastating and humiliating setback on the recruiting trail as Steve Alford loses a top guard from Southern California to Arizona.

Alford Gets Commitment from Another Forward

This time, he goes to the land down under to find his man.

Hoosier Loser: Another Recruiting Whiff

Steve Alford whiffs on the recruiting trail again.

Add Another Big to the 2014 Class: Welcome Welsh

UCLA recruits its third big but first local kid - Thomas Welsh - for the 2014 basketballclass.

FINALLY - A 5 Star Wisconsin PF Commits to UCLA

In a recruiting shocker Steve Alford gets a commitment from a 5 Star PF Kevon Looney from Wisconsin

The Hoosier Loser Lands A Recruit! (With Baggage)

Who needs point guards? The Hoosier Loser brings in another two guard at UCLA – a recruit who signed up to play for Tim Floyd and comes in with baggage.

PATHETIC: Another Elite PG Recruit Rejects Alford

Steve Alford (and Dan Guerrero’s lifeless UCLA basketball program) suffers another humiliating loss on the recruiting trail.

Bruin Bites: Howland's Early Jump on Recruiting, Possible Football Transfer from BYU, Jet Ski Profile, and Jeff Fleming Update

Bruins Nation checks in with the mid-week edition of the bi-weekly Bruin Bites series with all the bits and pieces of news from around the UCLA-iverse.

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