UCLA athletics are second to none.
The school has produced an astounding 250 Olympic medal winners—only 22 countries have produced more medal winners than UCLA. But UCLA's true mark of athletic achievement cannot be more evident than in the sheer number of NCAA national championships the school's teams have won.
108 national championships.
No school has produced more team championships, and that's probably why UCLA is synonymous with academic and athletic excellence. That excellence isn't just in basketball, baseball and track and field—football is also included.
It's been awhile since UCLA has won a national championship* in football—the Bruins were crowned the 1954 National Champions by the UPI—but a lot of great football has been produced by that picturesque school in Westwood, California.
There are many great moments in UCLA football history, but these, in no particular order, stand out among the best and deserve an eight-clap.
*The NCAA does not officially sanction a national championship in Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS).