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  1. NFL cornerback Alterraun Verner hosting camp

    Blair Angulo

    Former Mayfair and UCLA star Alterraun Verner, a third-year defensive back with the Tennessee Titans, will host a free football and cheer camp at Mayfair High School in Lakewood on June 30. Current college and NFL players will be on hand to provid...

    Blog | May 03, 2012
  2. Former UCLA Bruin reflects on rivalry with USC Trojans

    Blair Angulo

    Former UCLA cornerback Alterraun Verner reflects on the UCLA-USC rivalry.

    Story | Conversation | June 23, 2011
  3. Akeem Ayers drafted by Tennesee Titans

    Blair Angulo

    Former UCLA linebacker Akeem Ayers was taken by the Tennessee Titans with the 39th overall selection in the NFL Draft on Friday. It's somewhat of a disappointment for Ayers, who had, for a long time, been a projected first-round choice. He was rat...

    Blog | April 29, 2011
  4. Bruins defense better than advertised?

    Blair Angulo

    The Bruins defense enters this season with some big holes to fill after losing key players such as Brian Price and Alterraun Verner to the NFL draft and losing top returning lineman Datone Jones to a broken foot, but even so, the Bruin defenders seem...

    Blog | August 15, 2010
  5. A note, a video and a link

    Blair Angulo

    A note: The Los Angeles Daily News is reporting that UCLA starting second baseman and No. 3 hitter Tyler Rahmatulla broke his wrist during this postgame celebration and will miss the College World Series. Rahmatulla, a sophomore, forced a Game 3 a...

    Blog | June 15, 2010
  6. Former Bruins sign free agent contracts

    Blair Angulo

    Three former UCLA football players were selected in the NFL Draft over the weekend: Brian Price (second round, Tampa Bay), Alterraun Verner (fourth round, Tennessee) and Terrence Austin (seventh, Washington). A slew of others are getting their cha...

    Blog | April 27, 2010
  7. Alterraun Verner selected by Tennessee

    Blair Angulo

    Former UCLA cornerback Alterraun Verner was chosen by the Tennessee Titans with the sixth pick in the fourth round (104th overall). The Titans traded away backups LenDale White and Kevin Vickerson to the Seattle Seahawks to move up seven slots and ch...

    Blog | April 24, 2010
  8. In and out of the huddle with Aaron Hester

    Blair Angulo

    Cornerback Aaron Hester does a lot of talking on the gridiron, constantly bickering with UCLA's receivers. He did some talking off the field Tuesday, touching on a wide range of topics, from how it feels to be back playing football to what he does on...

    Blog | April 21, 2010
  9. Football depth chart: defense

    Blair Angulo

    UCLA's defense lost tackle Brian Price (a projected first-round pick in next month's NFL draft) and seniors Alterraun Verner (cornerback), Reggie Carter (linebacker), Kyle Bosworth (linebacker), Korey Bosworth (defensive end) and Jerzy Siewierski (de...

    Blog | March 20, 2010
  10. UCLA defensive backs coach Carnell Lake steps down

    Blair Angulo

    Carnell Lake, who served as UCLA's defensive backs coach last season, has stepped down due to family reasons, according to a press release from the program. "Carnell did a great job coaching our cornerbacks last season and will always be remembere...

    Blog | February 22, 2010
  11. Four Bruins compete in East-West Shrine Game

    Blair Angulo

    With about a month left until the NFL scouting combine in Indianapolis, four UCLA players competed in Saturday's East-West Shrine Game in Orlando, Fla., hoping to showcase their talents. Halfback Ryan Moya, who played tight end for the Bruins, ca...

    Blog | January 23, 2010
  12. Verner prepares for NFL combine

    Blair Angulo

    The NFL combine is about a month away, which means Alterraun Verner has about a month to get better. That's a month to work on his technique, a month to refine his coverage skills at cornerback and a month to get stronger and faster. "You can n...

    Blog | January 19, 2010