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Bruin Bites: Latest on King Ed's Lawsuit, Soccer Practices, Savage's Award, and More Corruption at Gene Block's UCLA?

It's Friday morning and we're gearing up for another sunny California weekend, with our UCLA football team getting back into action in San Bernardino in less than a week. As we head into the weekend, we take a look at the various bits and pieces of news from around the UCLA-iverse, focusing in on King Ed's lawsuit, Real Madrid's return to UCLA, another well-deserved award for Coach Savage, and the possibility that there is fiscal corruption and arrogance at the highest levels of Gene Block's UCLA.

Accountability? F**k that.
Accountability? F**k that.

The weekend is just on the horizon, and we've got some interesting tidbits of news from around the UCLA-iverse, all while we get closer and closer to the return of UCLA football with fall camp opening in San Bernardino next week. However, the biggest UCLA news (and potentially most explosive) has nothing to do with sports, but with the very real possibility that Gene Block's UCLA has sanctioned official corruption at the highest levels. With that said, let's turn to the bits and pieces of news from around the UCLA-iverse:

Alright folks, those are your various bits and pieces of news from around the UCLA-iverse, as we count down the last few hours of the work week. Fire away with your comments, thoughts, additions, and various opinions on all things UCLA in the comment thread.