Here is a list of names that could be considered by UCLA to replace Steve Alford. It will be updated as needed.
With the Steve Alford Era officially over in Westwood, let’s take a look back at some of the best and worst moments of Alford’s tenure.
The Steve Alford era looks to finally be over after almost six years.
There could be some motion coming on the UCLA basketball coaching situation.
A lot of Bruin fans are understandably upset. They want blood and they want it now. They aren’t content with firing Steve Alford. They want Athletic Director Dan Guerrero fired, too. How likely is that? Let’s take a realistic view of the landscape.
Frustration abounds among UCLA fans. After yesterday’s game, Dan Guerrero declined to comment.
This was the most pathetic exhibition of Bruins Basketball in some time, and the person in charge of this basketball team needs to be held accountable.
No, I am not crazy, but, yeah, I know it won’t happen.
It’s time for Alford’s real audience of one to take action.
UCLA’s loss to Ohio State yesterday makes qualifying for an NCAA Tournament appearance difficult this year.
It’s time for someone to rid us of this troublesome coach.
The Bruins were blown out at Cincinnati in the latest embarrassment for a once-proud program.
No offensive system, no defense, no coaching
UCLA Athletic Director Dan Guerrero, are you listening? No one thinks Alford can cut it in the big time.
UCLA is again caught flat-footed by bad news.
He doesn’t want to be here and no self-respecting Bruin fan wants him here either.
Alford does not look to be walking out the door to Xavier.
Alford made a promise to UCLA fans that he failed to keep.
Alford is staying as coach and should win the Pac-12 next year, but is anyone happy about it?
Bruin fans call on Dan Guerrero to fix UCLA Basketball.
Only Bruin haters defend Alford now and even they say only one more year.