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NBA Draft Chronicles: 4/7

This is the first entry in what I plan on being a compalation of NBA draft news with a slant toward UCLA and Pac 10 coverage. I am a draft junky and follow these things personally, so I figured I...

DC, JS, PAA - Thanks for Everything


And so we close the book on 3 straight Final Fours as the Bruins lose to Villanova in the second round 89-69 (box score). It is a shame that our three seniors that have given their all for UCLA...


The "Wrong Kind" of Leadership

Bumped. GO BRUINS. -N   Ok, it's been 2 days.  I think I'm ready to get back at it...  Reading Nestor's post today inspired this, but blame me if you disagree.   Leadership is a tough thing to...


PAA - Yes He Can - Part II

Alfred Aboya is having a stellar senior year and we are all so fortunate he decided to stay the extra year. What was the key reason? Aboya faced another difficult decision following his junior...


PAA - Yes He Can

President Alfred Aboya Hail to the Chief! When's the last time you recall Alfred Aboya leading all scorers in a game? Against Notre Dame today, Aboya amassed 19 points, 7 rebounds, dished off a...

Campus Squirrels: Aboya wants to eat you


You already know he eats snake. Dohn reports that Aboya also enjoys squirrel, and says "the (ones) on campus are fat". The image of Alfred walking to class and spotting lunch scurrying up a tree is amusing to me.

Bruins Shred the trOJans


February 4th, 2009. I believe this will go down as one of the great days in Bruin history. First, Coach Rick Neuheisel imposes his Relentless Optimism on recruits and the rest of the Pac 10 in...


UCLA vs So. Illinois Highlights

What can you say about the breakout game from Alfred Aboya? Check out his line for the game: Aren't we happy Aboya decided to return for his senior season? Let's hope AA2 adds to his...

Hail to the Chief!


First of all, I'd like to thank all of those who kept us poor saps at work updated on the game. Second of all, let me say: Hail to the Chief! Big Alfred Aboya came up in a big way in a close game...

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