A Guide to the Fair Pay to Play Act and How It Impacts UCLA Athletics
California’s landmark bill will provide a way for student-athletes to profit off their likenesses - if it holds up to legal scrutiny.
UCLA Men’s Water Polo To Defend Title as Three Seed in NCAA Tournament
The Bruins will look to defend their national title in Palo Alto.
Should Major Changes be Coming to NCAA Soccer?
There appear to be some very good reasons for making college soccer a year-long endeavor, but is the establishment too resistant to change?
Sean Miller Vehemently Denies Payment to Deandre Ayton
Miller held a brief press conference this morning to deny the allegations which surfaced last Friday.
UCLA Still Not Implicated in Hoops Scandal as More Pac-12 Schools Named
Yahoo! Sports obtained documents that show Southern Cal is dirtier than thought and Utah and Washington are implicated.
Selection Committee Releases Mid-Season Seedings
If the tournament bracket were announced today, UCLA would be seeded 15th overall.
Fri Night CFB Open Thread: The Lamar Jackson Show!
Tonight's ACC conference game between Louisville and Syracuse is one of the better meetings of a less-than-stellar week two of CFB and features the Cardinals' phenom sophomore quarterback, Lamar Jackson.
CFB Thursday Night Kick Off Open Thread
College Football gets into full swing tonight!
Maisel: "Some Standards Are More Important Than Winning"
It's hard to look at today's news and not be reminded of the firestorm that ensued when UCLA hired Steve Alford.
Women's Golf Loses to UW in NCAA Semifinals
The UCLA Women's Golf team lost in the semifinals of match play to the University of Washington yesterday.
Rosen Calls Out the NCAA as UCLA Announces UA Deal
UCLA's QB offered his take on Instagram regarding what the UCLA Under Armour Deal means to him.
NCAA Reverses Ban On Satellite Camps
The NCAA Board of Governors lifted the ban on satellite football camps yesterday.
Mora: I've Got Dan's Back
UCLA Football Coach Jim Mora appeared on several radio shows today and he defended UCLA Athletic Director Dan Guerrero.
Dan Guerrero: Then: On A Bus. Now: Under The Bus
Here's a picture of Dan Guerrero on a bus. Tonight, he got thrown under one, and rightfully so. pic.twitter.com/r2pubNtkOA— Adam Rittenberg (@ESPNRittenberg) April 21, 2016
An amusing take from ESPN's Adam Rittenberg
Did Guerrero Go Rogue On Satellite Camp Vote?
Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott says that Dan Guerrero voted the wrong way. And, that's a huge deal.
A Lot of Work to be Done by the UCLA Bruins
UCLA Soccer, Men's and Women's, as well as the Women's Volleyball team have their work cut out for them this weekend. 12th ranked Women's volleyball has to bounce back from some ups and downs, while both soccer teams need to win to start their climb
Saturday College Football Open Thread - Week 2
Kickoff in Las Vegas is still hours away. In the meantime, there's plenty of football today, including a big game between Oregon and Michigan State. This is your Week 2 Saturday college football game thread.
Could College Sports Be Returning To Video Games?
Conflicting information may point to the return of college basketball to video games.
NCAA Ordered To Pay $46M In O'Bannon Legal Fees
Jon Solomon is reporting that the NCAA has been ordered to pay $46M in legal fees to Ed O'Bannon's lawyers. That's painful, even for a money-making machine like the NCAA.