Yesterday, Dan Guerrero mentioned that he’s discussed a contract extension with UCLA Chancellor Gene Block.
The 100th day of UCLA’s coaching search brings good news: Tony Bennett and Chris Beard are now available to talk, but will it matter?
I would like off of Mr. Guerrero’s wild ride, please.
If UCLA cannot land Rick Barnes, they will have missed on (at least) three candidates.
According to one report, Dan Guerrero expected to hire Jamie Dixon on Thursday. That deal now looks to be dead because UCLA refused to pay Dixon’s buyout.
An arbitrary timeline to hire a coach "within the next week" makes it look like the Bruins are repeating history and expecting a different result.
Seth Davis is reporting that UCLA offered John Calipari a 6-year contract worth $48 million, which he has declined.
A report has mentioned that UCLA has interviewed Earl Watson for its open basketball head coaching job. The question is "What has Watson done to merit that?" The answer is: ABSOLUTELY NOTHING!
Today, Guerrero issued his first statement since the college admissions scandal broke last week.
Salcedo has stepped down as the Bruins men’s soccer coach.
An email was sent to members of the greater UCLA community.
UCLA and UCLA Athletics has released the following statement on the admission scheme that has resulted in the indictment of men’s soccer coach Jorge Salcedo.
UCLA has placed Salcedo on leave after he is one of dozens of parents and coaches charged in a new college admissions and testing scheme.
The $35 million building got a kickstart thanks to Mo Ostin.
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.