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More than ever, it's a UCLA town after Bruins pummel USC, 38-20
More than ever, it's a UCLA town after Bruins pummel USC, 38-20

Six years after an ill-advised ad campaign by UCLA's marketing department, the Bruins can say that they have ended one college football monopoly in Los Angeles. And maybe that they have begun another: Theirs. The Bruins' 38-20 victory over USC on Saturday evening gave them clear possession of the city. UCLA fans celebrated a third consecutive victory in the series by chanting “U-C-L-A” and players raced to the student section to celebrate. “I can't lie, this feels great,” linebacker Eric Kendricks said. USC's Pete Carroll years have been permanently assigned to history. The Trojans are on their second coach, plus two interim coaches,...

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