UCLA Removes Rosen’s Hot Tub


UCLA freshman quarterback Josh Rosen’s on-campus dorm room is now apparently just a garden-variety kind after the reported removal of a hot tub that for a brief time seemed to made it legendary.

About a week ago, the true freshman posted a video showing himself lounging in what looks like an inflatable jacuzzi. Later, a photo circulated showing a female Arizona student enjoying the dorm-room spa accomodations with Rosen after she (or someone else looking very much like her) was pictured holding up a sign with her number on it at a UCLA football game.

At some point, Rosen supposedly attracted the attention of UCLA housing folks.

“We have been told that the hot tub has been removed from his room,” UCLA associate media director Ricardo Vasquez told TMZ Sports. “It’s gone.”

Vazquez said that the school’s residential housing policy prohibits “furnishings which are not officially designated as part of a residential room’s accessories.”

So, Rosen flew a bit close to the sun, but it at least he took flight.


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American Athletic Conference Better Than Some of the Power5?

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There will be plenty of chances for bickering about the nation’s top team in the coming six weeks.

There’s little reason to argue that Mike Aresco isn’t among the season’s biggest winners so far.

As the end of October arrives, the American Athletic Conference commissioner has four teams that have all but maxed out, a simultaneous series of events that is downright serendipitous for a league trying to separate itself from the rest of Group of Five.

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UGA Football: BAUTA TIME!!! Looks Like We Have a New Starter at QB


It is no secret what the UGA offense looks like against a decent defense. Besides the South Carolina game, our passing attack has been less than steller for the season. We’ve had a ton of three and outs, haven’t been using out tight ends much, and honestly just haven’t really been able to pass the ball to anyone on a consistent basis with Greyson Lambert or Brice Ramsey. We’re not trying to trash the guys and will still support them, but it is what it is.

What a better time to make a change than the bye week. While word has been going around this week about Faton Bauta getting playing time and possibly starting, Gridiron Now broke the news that he would be the starter against the Gators.

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UGA Recruiting: 4* WR Ready to Commit

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One of UGA’s top receiving targets in next years class is a 5’10 170 pound speedster. It has been thought that UGA has a better chance than anyone for Tyler Smith ever since his good friend and 2017 QB Bailey Hockman committed to the Dawgs in June. It doesn’t hurt that we also have another McEachern product Committed to the G in Julian Rochester, but Smith and Hockman are very close.

He was a hot topic after Hockman’s commitment, but went kind of silent after that. Now it looks like he is ready to announce his commitment.

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UGA Recruiting: Big OT from California Visiting Dawgs


You just can’t say enough about how hard this coaching staff recruits. They are absolutely leaving no stone unturned at any position or in any part of the country. While we already have a foot in the door in places like south Florida and North Carolina, UGA is quickly expanding. Of course Jacob Eason is from Washington state, while we’re also hitting Texas, Louisiana, and now California.

Our latest offer went out to this 4* OT from the powerhouse program Mater Dei in Santa Ana, California:

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Three 2016 UGA/UF Recruiting Battles


For as long as I can remember UGA and Florida have battled each year for some bigtime recruits. A lot of this has to do with both states having some of the most fertile recruiting ground in the country. UGA is constantly trying to poach recruits from the Jacksonville and south Florida areas, among others. Florida actually came in and grabbed some three star recruits out of the state of Georgia last year as well.

There are at least three prospects in this years class that the two programs are battling for (two from Florida, one from Virginia):

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UGA Recruiting: Chauncey Manac, Robert Beal Leading Teams in Games of the Week

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There are some great matchups this week in the state of Georgia with a couple involving top targets of UGA. Chauncey Manac leads Clinch County against Charlton County, while Robert Beal helps lead Norcross against Mill Creek. The biggest game of the week is likely in south Georgia where Lowndes hosts Valdosta.

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UGA Recruiting: UGA 2016 Schedule Released

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Sept. 3 North Carolina (Atlanta)
Sept. 17 at Missouri
Sept. 24 at Ole Miss
Oct. 8 at South Carolina
Oct. 22 Open date
Oct. 29 Florida (Jacksonville)
Nov. 5 at Kentucky
Nov. 12 AUBURN

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2016 SEC Team by Team Schedule

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2016 SEC Football Team-By-Team Schedules

Sept. 3 Southern Cal (Arlington)
Sept. 17 at Ole Miss
Oct. 8 at Arkansas
Oct. 15 at Tennessee
Oct. 22 TEXAS A&M
Oct. 29 Open date
Nov. 5 at LSU
Nov. 26 AUBURN

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A Newcomer’s Guide to Georgia-Florida

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If you have just arrived in our fair state from some alien environment like the planet Krutopia or maybe Vermont, I need to explain to you a cataclysmic event taking place Saturday afternoon in the city of Jacksonville, Fla., which is a suburb of Greater Metropolitan Brunswick, Ga., much like Vermont is a suburb of Canada.

The event is the annual scrum between a group of scholar-athletes from the University of Georgia, the oldest state-chartered university in the nation, located in Athens, the Classic City of the South, and a group from the University of Florida, whose claim to fame is that their mascots, Albert and Alberta, look like walking chenille bedspreads.

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UGA Football: Dawgs Ready for Florida

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Video: Coach Richt’s Post Practice Press Conference | Coach Schottenheimer’s Post Practice Press Conference

Oct. 28, 2015

ATHENS — The Georgia Bulldogs conducted a two-hour practice in full pads here Wednesday as they prepare for 11th-ranked Florida.

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