This is the second video for the new on-campus UCLA Football Training Facility. We think it is quite well done and in our opinions, better than the usual work coming out of the AD marketing office. It is quite possible they outsourced this along with other work related to the fundraising. We applaud them for […]
“It is impossible to read this post and not have a smile on your face!” – The guys at BruinAuthority.com CBS broke the news that Mora has agreed to stay on at UCLA and turn down all Washington overtures. It has since been confirmed by a statement from Dan Guerrero. From Coach Mora’s statement: “I […]
Holy cow, UCLA is taking the gloves off and putting on the brass knuckles! Zimmer Gunsul Frasca LLP (ZGF) has been selected as the architects for the new football training facility and we really like this pick. Even though the only athletic facility ZGF is known for is the new one at the University of […]
Alabama recently upgraded its football facilities this year. While it doesn’t have the “grandeur” of Oregon’s, it has a very special feel. Large wall murals everywhere, carpeting with a large signature “A” and other features make everything about this building feel “big time.” They prominently put on display their national championships, heritage, and traditions […]
The University of Oregon Football Performance Center is the Taj Mahal of big time college football facilities. With the deep pockets of Nike founder Phil Knight, Oregon spent well over the $68 million originally budgeted (probably twice what UCLA will spend), and produced a facility designed to recruit like no other. The 145,000 square foot […]
Probably about a year old, this video takes a tour of the campus athletic facilities. If you have never seen the inside of the Acosta Athletic Training Center then you can get a peek here. As usual, you are welcome to share information and stories you found here. We just ask that you give BruinAuthority.com credit if […]
UCLA has announced plans for a new football facility. The is the first official video regarding the project. How will it stack up around the nation?