Prior to the start of this past weekend’s games, Bruin fans were again asked about their confidence in the direction of the UCLA Bruins men’s basketball program. For the third straight week, the confidence rose.
After sweeping the Washington schools, it jumped to 95% from 90% the previous week.
Let’s look at the history of the poll since the start of the season:
In other news, fans nationwide were asked who is the player of the year in college basketball. The overwhelming selection was Dayton’s Obi Toppin who was chosen by 25% of fans nationwide. Iowa’s Luke Garza was second with 14%. Six other choices including Oregon’s Payton Pritchard and San Diego State’s Malachi Flynn received 11% or less. Flynn received just 8% while Pritchard was selected by just 6%. With “Other” picked by 14% of voters, it was chosen by a higher percentage than each of those six players who earned 11% or less.
You can still sign up to participate in the SB Nation/Bruins Nation Fan Pulse for basketball season. While there isn’t a basketball top 25 poll, you can voice your opinion on the direction of the UCLA basketball program!
Voting for this week’s poll began this morning when this week’s FanPulse surveys were sent out. Will Bruin fan confidence rise again after this weekend’s mountain road sweep? Will it hit the elusive 100%?
What do you make of the current confidence level for the direction of the UCLA basketball program under Mick Cronin?
Let us know in the comments!