‘Bleav in UCLA’: Football Spring Practice Thoughts, Basketball Decisions Loom2 min read
Sam Connon sorts through his biggest takeaways from the first half of UCLA football’s spring practice schedule, highlighting the lack of depth at offensive tackle, cornerback and linebacker while detailing the potential game-breaking connection between Dorian Thompson-Robinson and Kazmeir Allen. Sam also shares some updates on UCLA men’s basketball’s roster outlook with Jake Kyman transferring to Wyoming and others considering a shot at the NBA Draft, and he wraps it all up by hitting on UCLA baseball, The Masters and basketball recruiting storylines.
“Bleav in UCLA” – presented by BetOnline – is the UCLA-focused podcast on the Bleav Podcast Network, hosted by former UCLA men’s basketball player Travis Reed and All Bruins Publisher and Managing Editor Sam Connon. Reed played for the Bruins from 1997 to 1999, while Connon has been covering teams on campus since 2017.
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