What’s Bruin everybody? We’re getting back into the thick of the professional sports realm as the NBA, NHL and MLB gear up for their returns. The MLS and NWSL have returned as has the PGA Tour and it’s starting to feel a little bit more normal in terms of a TV-viewing schedule for sports-watchers around the country.
While we still await final word on whether or not collegiate sports are set to return this fall or if we’re going to have to wait until spring, we still have plenty of news to report on.
I’m dropping in all your necessary links below to some offsite reading as it pertains to your UCLA Bruins and I also had one question for viewers here:
What would you like to see covered on BruinsNation.com as we transition from July into August and what would be considered the fall sports season?
For now, it seems I’m a one-man team on BN, as well as other duties at SB Nation, and I’m absolutely trying my best to cover as much as possible. And as we draw towards the close of July, I’d rather put forth some effort into what you, the readers, want to see covered. Drop your thoughts and ideas below and we can get cranking.
That being said, here are all the UCLA-related topics in the news this weekend:
Bruin gymnast Nicki Shapiro granted sixth year of eligibility
Women’s and Men’s cross country teams earn All-Academic Honors
UCLA Rowing adds signing class of 16
Jenny Johnson Jordan promoted to associate head coach of beach volleyball team
Osa Odighizuwa, Stephan Blaylock, Kyle Phillips, Sean Rhyan and Demetric Felton each make Phil Steele’s All-Pac-12 team
UCLA alum take center stage in the NWSL Challenge Cup
ESPN study finds that Chip Kelly, Mick Cronin have agreed to take a pay cut, but haven’t officially done so