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Rose Bowl Game

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  • There's still hope for us yet in 2014

    There's still hope for us yet in 2014
    As we head into 2014, sports remains our guiding light. On these pages, we read daily about the good, the bad and the ugly, and we haven't even gotten to Dennis Rodman yet. None of what we digest on the Web, or each morning in the paper, is...
  • College football top 25 countdown: No. 11 Texas

    College football top 25 countdown: No. 11 Texas
    This ranking may be more intuitive hunch than it is rooted in statistical study. The way I see it, Halley's comet comes around every 75 or 76 years and Texas football comes around every four. Texas has appeared in the Bowl Championship Series title...
  • The best moments of the college football season

    The best moments of the college football season
    Turn out the lights, the parity's over. The Bowl Championship Series era of equal access and catering to college football's "little guys" ended Monday night at the Rose Bowl when Florida State ended the Southeastern Conference's winning streak. The new...
  • UCLA's Brett Hundley is better, opponent is worse, so what do we know?

    UCLA's Brett Hundley is better, opponent is worse, so what do we know?
    As Brett Hundley sprinted the length of the Rose Bowl field to colorfully catapult into the chest of leaping teammate Devin Fuller above the cool autumn shadows, one could only wonder. Was the kid quarterback running to something, or from something?...
  • 'Traditional' Rose Bowl? Look a little closer

    'Traditional' Rose Bowl? Look a little closer
    This is being called a "traditional" Rose Bowl because the football champions of the Pac-12 and Big Ten conferences just hit town, went to Disneyland, plan to eat wheelbarrows of prime rib and then play in the sacred Jan.1 post-parade time slot....
  • An expert in his field, he creates his own Rose Bowl and Super Bowl

    An expert in his field, he creates his own Rose Bowl and Super Bowl
    So you think you did a pretty good job decorating the yard last weekend, right? Check out Geoff Thran's holiday display, his field of dreams, with markings that mimic the real Rose Bowl so well that you have to look at the adjacent yards and sidewalk to...
  • What is a loyal USC football fan to do?

     What is a loyal USC football fan to do?
    Rivalry week should be cutthroat, not complicated. "Yeah, buts" have no place in this basic tenet of mutual disdain. One does not hesitate when a frat brother says, "We're going to paint their cow blue and green. You in?" You are always in. There is...
  • This game doesn't end up smelling like roses for UCLA

    This game doesn't end up smelling like roses for UCLA
    Once again, UCLA felt ready for the roses. Once again, the Bruins clumsily bloodied their hands grabbing at them. In only two seasons, Jim Mora has changed the UCLA football culture and brought it to the brink of New Year's Day. But on the cold and...
  • Despite its record, Georgia Tech poses problems for USC

    Despite its record, Georgia Tech poses problems for USC
    Unbuckling the mailbag: Question: Imagine how USC fans are going to feel after a 6-7 Georgia Tech team wins the game. Larry Diaz Answer: How could USC fans feel any worse? The Trojans were picked to win the national title, lost five times and have...
  • Chip Kelly will lend creativity to a stale NFL

    Chip Kelly will lend creativity to a stale NFL
    Chip Kelly's about-face decision to accept the Philadelphia Eagles job immediately makes the National Football League more interesting and college football less interesting. This is different from Nick Saban leaving Alabama for the pros, where he...
  • NFL dodges a bullet in proposed concussion settlement

    NFL dodges a bullet in proposed concussion settlement
    It's nice that retired NFL players will finally get some compensation for years of head-banging in games and debilitating health in the years after. Something is always better than nothing, and $765 million is certainly better than nothing. Curly...