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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. Some of his work has been featured on the ESPN Pac-12 Blog, and on Pac-12.com.
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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.
Hey Jason, I asked up, and in the future, all-caps are fine at the beginnings of updates. Thanks!
Jason, you're all set on the quote (without a hyperlink). Sorry to raise a red flag—just wanted to be certain. Keep up the great work!
I figured that might have been the case (because I always think to do that when I hear a great quote on television). I emailed content standards, so I'll let you know as soon as I hear back!
No problem! You made it easy for me!
Hi Jason, sorry I'm just getting back to you but glad to edit your articles. I've really enjoyed what you've had to say. Great stuff!
I swear I have heard that name before and I could probably recognize Matt if I saw him. I didn't know Bruins and Ducks could be friends...hmm don't worry, I won't tell anyone.
I'm a grad student at UCLA and below is a link to a documentary we produced on Johnathan Franklin. Enjoy -- and share!
No worries if you couldn't get the hyperlinks to work, Jason. With 182 pounds, it is unhyphenated when used as a noun, as I just did there, but when used as an adjective, like 182-pound running back, it should be hyphenated.
Yeah, that's probably the best way.