Thursday, December 16, 2010

Just Another ETC!

USC Women of Troy's Volleyball Team is playing in the NCAA Final Four this evening.

What coverage do they merit in the (UC)LA Times Sports page?

"Just Another ETC!" article with no picture!

Last year, the same (UC)LA Times covered the UCLA Women's Softball and Gymnastic teams with articles and pictures before their NCAA championship competitions.

Why is USC's coverage only an ETC?

There is an (UC)LA Times BIAS for UCLA over USC! .....ETC! ETC! ETC!

Saturday, December 11, 2010

Just Another Basketball Article....

Both USC and UCLA have men's basketball games scheduled for today. (UC)LA Times reporters Ben Bloch and Baxter Holmes wrote articles in this morning's sports page on C-5 about UCLA and USC, respectfully.

Headlines and length of the articles are exactly the same. BUT, the BLASTED BRUIN BASKETBALL BIAS is BACK!

UCLA got two pictures of their players, Carlino and Nelson, and USC got NO PICTURES!

Just Another Basketball Article....with a UCLA BIAS!

Monday, December 6, 2010

What in the world is an ETC.?

The USC Men's Water Polo Team won a THREE-PEAT NCAA Championship yesterday when they defeated CAL 12-10 in overtime at CAL!

What coverage does the (UC)LA Times give the Trojans?

An "ETC." two paragraph article in today's edition.

Last year, when the USC Men's and Women's Water Polo Teams and the USC Men's Tennis Team won three NCAA Championships, they received the same MENIAL coverage. But when UCLA's women also won NCAA Championships last year in gymnastics and soft-ball, the same (UC)LA Times gave the Bruins separate articles and pictures. NO ETC.!



Blasted Bruin Basketball Bias is Blatant!

The front page headline in this morning's (UC)LA Times sports page written by reporter Ben Bolch's read, "Bruins barely put up a fight against Grizzlies". The UCLA Bruins Men's Basketball team lost 66-57 to Montana last night, and they received a front page article and headline. Meanwhile, the USC Trojans Men's Basketball team beat #19 Texas 73-56. No front page article or headline. The Trojans are relegated to page C-5.

USC center Nikola Vucevic scored a career high 24 points to spark the upset! The Trojans played spectacular defense and finished down the stretch!

So why does a UCLA defeat make the front page and a USC victory make page 5?

The answer, as usual, is as follows: The (UC)LA Times' BLASTED BRUIN BASKETBALL BIAS is BLATANT!

Saturday, December 4, 2010

Not even a Ripple!

The two time champion USC Men's Water Polo Team is playing today in the NCAA Water Polo Championships. The men are going for their THIRD CHAMPIONSHIP....a three-peat!

The biased (UC)LA Times has not written a word about this quest. However, last year the same biased (UC)LA Times wrote articles with pictures about the UCLA women's gymnastic and softball teams in their quest for NCAA Championships.

Again, the (UC)LA Times BIAS for UCLA over USC is "all-wet"!

Not even a RIPPLE about the USC Men's Water Polo Team!

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

When is a rule a RULE?

The NCAA ruled that Cam Newton's dad broke the rules when he sought money for his son's college recruitment. BUT, the NCAA ruled that Cam and Auburn did NOT know. Therefore, he is still eligible to play this weekend in the SEC title game.

The NCAA ruled that Reggie Bush's mom and dad broke the rules when they received money for their son's NFL recruitment. THEN, the NCAA threw the book at Reggie and USC because they said that Reggie and the coaches knew.

When is a rule a RULE? Why punish a Pac-10 school and let an SEC school off with no punishment?

Why am I writing this article in my UCLA blog? I am waiting to see how biased the (UC)LA Times is going to be about this incident. Will they support USC and the Pac-Ten? Will they condemn the NCAA, the SEC and Auburn?

When is a rule a RULE?