Bruins OL Tevaga says re-dedication p...

Bruins OL Tevaga says re-dedication paying off

There are 11 comments on the Daily Breeze story from Apr 15, 2009, titled Bruins OL Tevaga says re-dedication paying off. In it, Daily Breeze reports that:

Sonny Tevaga was blunt. He didn't expect to be where he is now. Not just running as the first-team left guard, but playing at UCLA.

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Yellow Jackets - 2 words

Columbia, SC

#1 Apr 15, 2009
Don't let UCLA's smokescreen fool you. A game against GT wouldn't be a home game for the Yellow Jackets any more than a game against Auburn would be one for the Tigers. In fact, Auburn has far more alumni in Atlanta than Tech. Plus, Auburn is only an hour and half down the road from Atlanta. The real reason is that UCLA doesn't want to get run over by Paul Johnson's offense. Why prepare for something you'll only see once and could potentially embarrass your team to the tune of 400+ rushing yards? So, UCLA can bluster all the want with this "home game" nonsense, the rest of us in the real world know the real reason... cowardice.
Go Bruins

Arcadia, CA

#2 Apr 15, 2009
Yellow Jackets - 2 words wrote:
Don't let UCLA's smokescreen fool you. A game against GT wouldn't be a home game for the Yellow Jackets any more than a game against Auburn would be one for the Tigers. In fact, Auburn has far more alumni in Atlanta than Tech. Plus, Auburn is only an hour and half down the road from Atlanta. The real reason is that UCLA doesn't want to get run over by Paul Johnson's offense. Why prepare for something you'll only see once and could potentially embarrass your team to the tune of 400+ rushing yards? So, UCLA can bluster all the want with this "home game" nonsense, the rest of us in the real world know the real reason... cowardice.
Did not see anything on a home & home series. Pretty sure Auburn and Georgia Tech are not willing to come out to the Rose Bowl and give up a cupcake home game.

UCLA was 4-8 last season. Do you really think the Bruins are scared of Georgia Tech?

Go Bruins!
Go Bruins

Arcadia, CA

#3 Apr 15, 2009
Yellow Jackets - 2 words wrote:
Don't let UCLA's smokescreen fool you. A game against GT wouldn't be a home game for the Yellow Jackets any more than a game against Auburn would be one for the Tigers. In fact, Auburn has far more alumni in Atlanta than Tech. Plus, Auburn is only an hour and half down the road from Atlanta. The real reason is that UCLA doesn't want to get run over by Paul Johnson's offense. Why prepare for something you'll only see once and could potentially embarrass your team to the tune of 400+ rushing yards? So, UCLA can bluster all the want with this "home game" nonsense, the rest of us in the real world know the real reason... cowardice.
Besides, UCLA wouldn't want Georgia Tech to have to give up a game against Gardner-Webb or Jacksonville State.

Go Bruins!
Joe

Los Angeles, CA

#4 Apr 15, 2009
This Yellow Jacket guy is funny.

Auburn will be a way better team than Georgia Tech, believe me, NODODY IN the PAC-10 is afraid of Georgia Tech or the rest of the ACC and SEC!!!

SEC and ACC is afraid to show how weak they actually are by not playing a lot against the PAC-10. Tennessee (Who was a top 20 team) thought that playing the Bruins would be an easy win....what happened? UCLA won and Tennessee went on to have a horrible season and their coach was fired and now they are rebuilding. All because of that game.

So bring it on. If Auburn loses, then everyone will question the hiring of Chizik, who wasn't successful with his former team.

Not playing Georgia Tech is because of money. Probably Georgia Tech wanted UCLA to go there, but they didn't want to come out here because they know they would lose.

SEC and ACC can keep their crappy little games with teams nobody has heard of.

Lets see them schedule a more games after this season against teams like UCLA, USC, Oregon, Cal. It won't happen.

YOU COWARDS!!!!

GO BRUINS!!!! GO PAC-10!!!!!
JJJJ

Los Angeles, CA

#5 Apr 15, 2009
Oh yea UCLA is playing Texas in 2010-2011, if you are willing to play Texas (a Real team), I really doubt anybody would be afraid to play GT.

It's all about the home and home series...why should GT get all this money and the Pac-10 get nothing back because they aren't willing to come out here?

“WAR EAGLE”

Since: Dec 06

Location hidden

#6 Apr 15, 2009
Joe wrote:
This Yellow Jacket guy is funny.
Auburn will be a way better team than Georgia Tech, believe me, NODODY IN the PAC-10 is afraid of Georgia Tech or the rest of the ACC and SEC!!!
SEC and ACC is afraid to show how weak they actually are by not playing a lot against the PAC-10. Tennessee (Who was a top 20 team) thought that playing the Bruins would be an easy win....what happened? UCLA won and Tennessee went on to have a horrible season and their coach was fired and now they are rebuilding. All because of that game.
So bring it on. If Auburn loses, then everyone will question the hiring of Chizik, who wasn't successful with his former team.
Not playing Georgia Tech is because of money. Probably Georgia Tech wanted UCLA to go there, but they didn't want to come out here because they know they would lose.
SEC and ACC can keep their crappy little games with teams nobody has heard of.
Lets see them schedule a more games after this season against teams like UCLA, USC, Oregon, Cal. It won't happen.
YOU COWARDS!!!!
GO BRUINS!!!! GO PAC-10!!!!!
You are funny. Auburn played Washington St. a couple of years ago and completely destroyed them. UGA kicked the PAC's @ss last year. Tennessee was WAY down last season, but a win is a win(grats). BTW The SEC has a winning record vs the PAC. The PAC 1.

“YO BOO”

Since: Sep 07

land of BOO

#7 Apr 15, 2009
Joe wrote:
This Yellow Jacket guy is funny.
Auburn will be a way better team than Georgia Tech, believe me, NODODY IN the PAC-10 is afraid of Georgia Tech or the rest of the ACC and SEC!!!
SEC and ACC is afraid to show how weak they actually are by not playing a lot against the PAC-10. Tennessee (Who was a top 20 team) thought that playing the Bruins would be an easy win....what happened? UCLA won and Tennessee went on to have a horrible season and their coach was fired and now they are rebuilding. All because of that game.
So bring it on. If Auburn loses, then everyone will question the hiring of Chizik, who wasn't successful with his former team.
Not playing Georgia Tech is because of money. Probably Georgia Tech wanted UCLA to go there, but they didn't want to come out here because they know they would lose.
SEC and ACC can keep their crappy little games with teams nobody has heard of.
Lets see them schedule a more games after this season against teams like UCLA, USC, Oregon, Cal. It won't happen.
YOU COWARDS!!!!
GO BRUINS!!!! GO PAC-10!!!!!
what a f**king turd !!!! dumb ass

“YO BOO”

Since: Sep 07

land of BOO

#8 Apr 15, 2009
GA Tech would beat UCLA 50-3

manhattan_beach_ dude

“Go BRUINS ”

Since: Jan 09

Manhattan Beach CA

#9 Apr 15, 2009
T-Town Clown wrote:
GA Tech would beat UCLA 50-3
hey, hey, hey, I thought we were buds?

“YO BOO”

Since: Sep 07

land of BOO

#10 Apr 15, 2009
manhattan_beach_dude wrote:
<quoted text>
hey, hey, hey, I thought we were buds?
we are Im just messin with that turd !!!! and no I don't think 50-3 hell I don't even like TECH

“USC=Greatest team of BCS era!”

Since: Aug 08

Burn, baby, burn!

#11 Apr 15, 2009
Go Bruins wrote:
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Besides, UCLA wouldn't want Georgia Tech to have to give up a game against Gardner-Webb or Jacksonville State.
Go Bruins!
Heh heh... good one. They sure know how to schedule the Division I-AA and Division II toughies out east, don't they?

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