Wednesday, December 11, 2013

When is ONE greater than SIX?

The Lady Bruins won their first NCAA Title in Soccer on Sunday, December 8th. They received a thirteen paragraph article and a 5x3.5 inch picture on page C10 in the (UC)LA Times Sports Section on Monday, December 9th.

The USC Men's Water Polo Team won its 6th CONSECUTIVE NCAA Title also on Sunday. The Trojans received a shorter six paragraph article with no picture on the same page C10.

Why does ONE NCAA Title receive more coverage than a SIXTH consecutive NCAA Title?

When is ONE greater than SIX?

Whenever USC and UCLA are involved!

When will this BIAS for UCLA over USC ever end?

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Dees Still Does!

Former University of Miami Athletic Director Paul Dees is still sanctioning USC from his grave!

What an NCAA injustice!

Dees Still Does!

Sunday, August 11, 2013

The ETC. that Wasn't

In this morning's (UC)LA Times sports page "ETC." section, there were two paragraphs about the semifinal match results of the U.S. Women's Amateur Golf tournament in Charleston, S.C.

In the second paragraph that described the results of one semfinal, it was reported that UCLA Freshman, Alison Lee, lost to Alabama's Emma Tailey.

However, there was no mention of the golfer that Yueer Cindy Fong beat in the other semi-final.  That amateur golfer was USC Junior Doris Chen.

There WASN'T even an "ETC." mention of a Trojan!

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

Sunday, July 21, 2013

Not Even an "ETC."

The Orange County Register is not anti-USC like the (UC)LA Times is.  In this morning's Orange County Register's Sports Page, there was an article entitled "Fight on: USC-connected swimmers capture golds."  There were pictures of USC alumni Oussama Mellouil and Haley Anderson, who both won world championships in the 5-kilometer open water events yesterday.

What was printed in the (UC)LA Times about the two Trojan's victories?  Nothing!  Not even an ETC. mention!

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Where's the "ETC." When You Need It?

USC's Women's Double Team of Kaitlyn Christian and Sabrina Santamaria won the NCAA Championship on Memorial Day, May 27th in Urbana, Illimois.  They defeated UCLA's Double Team of Robin Anderson and Skylar Morton.

The (UC)LA Times did not write any article in their "THE DAY IN SPORTS" on Tuesday, May 28th about the USC victory.  If the Bruins had won, there would have been at least a mention of their victory in the "ETC."

Where is the "ETC." when you need it?

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

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

DOUBLE that ETC. ####!!!!

The UCLA Men's Tennis Team edged Ohio State yesterday just to make it to the Finals against Virginia today.

The (UC)LA Times elevated their "ETC." article to larger print and a bolder title than they printed for the USC Women of Troy Water Polo Team when they WON the NCAA Title on Sunday, May 12th!

The Bruins haven't even won or lost yet!

When will the DOUBLE BIAS by the (UC)LA Times for UCLA over USC and for men over women, ever end?

Thursday, May 16, 2013

Who Gives an ETC. ### !!!?

Who gives an ETC. ### !!!?

Who gives an ETC.### about the injury status of UCLA football players Owamagbe Odighizuwa or Marcus Rios?

The (UC)LA Times devoted more "speculative" press to these two Bruin football players on Wednesday, May 15th in their "ETC." section than they gave to USC Men's Water Polo, when they won their 5th NCAA title in a row last December, and to the USC Women of Troy, when they won their 4th overall NCAA title last Sunday, May 12th.

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

Monday, May 13, 2013


ETCETERA tells it all.

In this morning's (UC)LA Times "ETC." section, there was a small title of "USC wins water polo title" and a short article.  NO picture.  NO interviews.

If UCLA had won the NCAA Women's Water Polo title, there would have been a picture and interviews of their players and coach.  Recently, the (UC)LA Times published three articles about the UCLA Women's Gymnastic Team.  They did NOT even win the NCAA title.

Then, the next paragraph below the USC article today was about UCLA's women's tennis victory over Oklahoma State yesterday.  What about USC's Women of Troy's victory over UCI yesterday?  The (UC)LA Times did not write anything about USC's Women of Troy victory.  USC is seeded 5th while UCLA is seeded 7th in the NCAA Round of 16 in Champaign, Ill.

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

Friday, April 26, 2013

It's Un-BEAR-able!

The (UC)LA Times has written three articles about the UCLA Lady Bruin's Gymnastic Team this past week. That's un-BEAR-able to read since the Lady Bruins aren't ranked #1 and didn't win this year's NCAA Championship.

What's even more un-BEAR-able is the fact the the (UC)LA Times has not written ONE word about USC's Women of Troy Golf Team, who just won the Pac-12 Women's Golf Championship on Wednesday, 4/24/13 and is currently ranked #1 in the nation. Nor has the (UC)LA Times written ONE word about USC's Women of Troy Rowing Team, who is also currently ranked #1 in the nation. 

When will the (UC)LA Time's BIAS for UCLA over USC ever end?

When will it be BEAR-able again to read the (UC)LA Times?