Saturday, April 30, 2011

What's the Difference Between #9 and #39?

The (UC)LA Times publishes a bigger 5x6 1/2 inch picture of SECOND round #39 NFL pick, UCLA's Akeem Ayers in its Saturday, 4/30/2011 sports page than its 3x3 inch picture the day before of FIRST round #9 NFL pick, USC's Tyron Smith.

Why does #39 gets a bigger picture than #9?

What is the difference between #9 and #39?

The Bruin is touted more than the Trojan!

When will the (UC)LA Times bias for UCLA over USC ever end?

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Quidditch Too!

Not only is the (UC)LA Times biased for UCLA over USC in its sports section, but now, their blatant bias has expanded to the Sunday "California" section!

Today's April 10, 2011 article by Rick Rojas entitled "Quidditch still sweeping U.S. college scene" features a front page color picture of a UCLA student playing quidditch, and then another picture of Bruin teammates on the second page of the article.

Hidden in the article was the fact that USC also had a quidditch team, but there were no pictures of any Trojans.

Not even quidditch or Harry Potter can make the (UC)LA Times stop its bias!