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UCLA linebacker Myles Jack leaves school to prepare for NFL draft

Myles Jack, UCLA’s multi-skilled linebacker, has withdrawn from school and will enter the NFL draft.

Jack, a junior, will return to Bellevue, Wash., where he grew up, to prepare for the draft and rehabilitate his knee. Jack suffered a season-ending knee injury in practice two weeks ago.

“He’s taking his chips and is shoving them in the middle,” Coach Jim Mora said Tuesday.

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Five things we learned in UCLA's 38-23 defeat by Arizona State

Arizona State defeated UCLA, 38-23, on Saturday at the Rose Bowl. Here are five things we learned from the Bruins' loss.

UCLA letdown

Last week doesn’t matter.

There were whispers around the Rose Bowl hours before kickoff that this was a game that UCLA should be afraid of.

The Bruins were in too good shape — and off to a perfect 4-0 start — after they dominated Arizona, 56-30, last week in the desert.

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Arizona State upsets No. 7 UCLA, 38-23

Arizona State played the spoiler to No.

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UCLA's Randall Goforth makes the shift from safety to cornerback

The shuffling in the UCLA secondary has brought Randall Goforth home.

A little massaging on the back end was needed when cornerback Fabian Moreau was lost for the season with a broken foot. Goforth, a safety, shifted to cornerback against Arizona on Saturday.

“I was a cornerback before I was a safety, back in my Long Beach Poly days,” said Goforth, a junior. “It’s kind of going back to my roots.”

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Live updates: UCLA routs Arizona, 56-30, in Pac-12 opener

Well, that wasn't much of a Pac-12 Conference South Division showdown.

Arizona painted its raucous home stadium red on Saturday, showing up in red uniforms and red helmets to play before a mostly red-clad crowd.

But what happened during the game left Wildcats Coach Rich Rodriguez seeing red.

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Matt Leinart says recruits are 'believing their own hype'

USC quarterback Ricky Town and UCLA tight end Chris Clark raised eyebrows with their recent decisions to transfer just weeks into their freshmen seasons.

Town and Clark were among the top-recruited players at their positions in the 2015 class.

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