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Non-Revenue Roundup: Hero Hoffman, Women's Soccer Falters, Women's Volleyball Splits Arizona Schools

Photo credit: UCLA Athletics
Photo credit: UCLA Athletics

For the first time this fall, UCLA fans were treated to a complete victory on the football field, as the Bruins put the hapless Colorado Buffaloes to the sword in convincing fashion, 45-6.  That being said, it was the bottom feeder of the Pac-12, so an expected victory over a laughably poor Colorado team will do nothing to change the long-term trajectory of Neuheisel's failed tenure in Westwood, despite what you hear from the Neubs.  Meanwhile, the intervening week since the last non-revenue roundup brought UCLA some mixed results, some good, but others troubling.

All-in-all, another week of mixed results doesn't change the need for us to enact wholesale regime change in Westwood.  That said, let's take a look at how the other UCLA sports teams did this past week:

Alright folks, that's your non-revenue roundup for the past week. Good week for the men's soccer team as they stay alive in their quest for another national title, but mixed results for the rest of UCLA's non-revenue sports in action. That said, three non-revenue squads in action are still alive for a run at another national title for Westwood.

But, given the abject disappointment we're seeing in some programs (women's soccer, for example), we have to keep our eye on the ultimate prize to do right by our student athletes: wholesale regime change in Westwood, meaning Dan Guerrero must be fired.

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