Then, on their ensuing drive, the final of the half, deep in UCLA territory, Darnold apparently forgot that they were out of timeouts. Instead throwing it away on a chaotic play to set up a field-goal try, he ran the ball up the middle as the clock expired, the Trojans ending the half on the Bruins five with no chance to score.
Does Jim Mora know something we don’t know? It’s a weekday morning in the middle of Rivalry Week, he is being attacked from air and ground and internet, USC is a double-digit favorite over his football team, and recruits are disappearing faster than an eight-clap. Yet the UCLA coach is standing on a gleaming practice field he pushed for, next to a stately training complex he helped inspire, and he’s smiling, laughing, reassuring. “I don’t worry about me,” he says.
It was an extraordinary statement of both blatant guilt and quick forgiveness in the same confusing breath. Dan Guerrero, UCLA athletic director, acknowledged Wednesday that freshmen basketball players LiAngelo Ball, Jalen Hill and Cody Riley shoplifted items from three different stores during the team’s recent trip to China. But Steve Alford, UCLA basketball coach, said that while the three players were “indefinitely’’ suspended, they could eventually play for the Bruins again this season.
You can couch this with all kinds of rationalizations, but Ball walking away from teammates scrapping with Suns was a bad look for an anointed team leader, and it seems Lakers know it https://t.co/Q0ZLOtnLgT
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Selecting a term
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