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Bruin Bites: Jordan Adams' Adversity, Mora's Bowl Prep, Hundley & XSF Waiting for NFL Evaluations

It's Monday morning and Westwood is waking up to the fact that UCLA is now the proud owner of 110 NCAA national championship trophies after the never-say-die UCLA women's soccer program won the program's first national title in dramatic fashion on a neatly-tucked away goal in overtime. Now, we must wait for the return of Jim Mora's football squad in the Sun Bowl on New Year's Eve.

Will Hundley and XSF (#56) return to Westwood for one more season?
Will Hundley and XSF (#56) return to Westwood for one more season?
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Despite the unusually chilly temperatures gripping California, Westwood is celebrating the capture of UCLA's national-leading 110th NCAA national championship trophy by our outstanding, fight-to-the-death women's soccer team. Meanwhile the Hoosier Loser's Steve Alford's basketball team got exposed in Columbia in a winnable game in his first real test as UCLA's basketball coach. And sadly, we were without football this weekend as our Bruins were stuck on the sidelines, watching Stanford crush Arizona State in the first Pac-12 championship game without our Bruins. So, while we wait for football to return on New Year's Eve in the Sun Bowl versus Virginia Tech, let's take a look at the various bits and pieces of news from around the UCLA-iverse:

Alright folks, those are your bits and pieces of news from around the UCLA-iverse as we continue our celebration for Westwood's 110th NCAA national championship trophy. Fire away with your comments, additions, etc. in the thread.