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Jason graduated from UCLA in 2011. He went through the internship program at B/R, and is now a featured columnist. His work has been featured on ESPN.com and on Pac-12.com.
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Sure thing, Jason. Have a good weekend!
Jason, in your "Full Game Grads for Oregon vs. Colorado" article - you listed that Doug Brenner played Center in place of injured Hroniss Grasu. That is however, incorrect. Brenner was moved to left guard and Hamani Stevens played center in place of Grasu. Stevens was recruited as a center and the staff felt his experience with line calls, etc. would be a better fit while Grasu recovers.
You got it, Jason. Keep up the good work, and enjoy this weekend's CFB action!
Ah, gotcha. The use of "disbursement" threw me for a loop. I've made an edit to that sentence for clarity.
No problem, Jason, happy to help!
You're welcome, Jason!
Any updates on how the josh rosen visit went? I saw something on BR but then it disappeared afterwards and I was wondering why..
Happy to help Jason. Happy holidays.
Hi Jason! You're welcome! I am always glad to assist. Merry Christmas and an early Happy New Year to you as well!
You mentioned in a recent article about UCLA bowl chances, "Stanford is in the driver's seat for the contest. UCLA would need the Cardinal to lose two more games to conceivably get a shot at the Rose Bowl." this is not quite accurate. If Stanford wins out and UCLA wins out, they would meet in the Pac-12 Championship Game at Stanford. If UCLA could win that game, they would go to the Rose Bowl. Admittedly, UCLA has a difficult road, but it is possible.