UCLA Basketball: The Birth of Apathy and the Death Spiral of College Hoops
Bruins Nation - about 3 years
College basketball used to be a special game, especially the unique and special brand of hoops founded in Westwood by a man who was not only one of the greatest coaches of all time, but one of the best human beings of all time. Now, it's a broken game used as a final pre-NBA showcase for one-and-done AAU mercenaries, with the head chair in Westwood occupied by a mediocre coach who is not only embraces nepotism to the detriment of UCLA, but is an unrepentant, arrogant, rape apologist who has done nothing but sully the UCLA name.
So, if you've been paying attention, it would appear that our Bruins went to Salt Lake City last night and got beat by an inferior Utah Utes squad in a manner that calling it Lavin-esque would be unfair to Steve Lavin. But I wouldn't know. Why? I didn't watch the game. In fact, I haven't watched very many games at all this season. Actually, the more I think of it, I think I've only watched one, maybe two. And even then, I wasn't really watch
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