Bruin Bites: Women's Soccer Robbed, Men's H2O Wins Again, Split Results in Women's Hoops & V-Ball

Don't turn your backs on the NCAA there ladies, because they're about to rob you blind. - UCLA Athletics / uclabruins.com

It's Tuesday afternoon and with the football team getting ready for Friday night's L.A. Midnight black-out at the Rose Bowl against Washington (in other words, wear black!), we take a few minutes to shift our focus from the Bruins preparing for Friday's game against the Huskies, and take a look at the various bits and pieces of news from around the UCLA-iverse.

Another week, another not-very-pretty win for Jim Mora's UCLA football team.  But a win is a win and Myles Jack is probably the most popular Bruin in Westwood this week after he smashed the Mildcats in Tucson on both sides of the ball.  He'll have his work cut out for him, and with one day less to prepare, as our Bruins will take on the Huskies at the Rose Bowl in a special Friday night all-black L.A. Midnight game, with the Bruins needing another win to keep on pace to return to Palo Alto for another shot at the Pac-12 title and a trip to the Rose Bowl on January 1.  But, while we wait to see how our Bruins fare when we apply the black-out treatment, let's take a quick minute to take a look at the various bits and pieces of news from around the UCLA-iverse:

Alright folks, those are your non-revenue sports related bits and pieces of news from around the UCLA-iverse for this Tuesday afternoon. Stay tuned as we switch back into full-blown football mode as our Bruins gear up for this Friday night's black-out L.A. Midnight game against the Washington Huskies at the Rose Bowl. Fire away in the comment thread with your thoughts, additions, opinions, etc. as we get ready for Friday.

GO BRUINS

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