Nov. 8, 2004
Los Angeles, Calif. -
UCLA alumni and fans nationwide will get a sneak preview of their men's basketball team when UCLABruins.com, (www.uclabruins.com) the official site of UCLA athletics, presents the exclusive live Webcast of the Bruins' second exhibition game this Thursday against Monterrey Tech (10:30 p.m. ET/7:30 p.m. PT). The game will take place at Pauley Pavilion on the UCLA campus.
The Webcast, featuring the announcing team of Michael Sondheimer and Dave Marcus, is the only live coverage of the Monterrey game. UCLABruins.com is produced by CSTV's CollegeSports.com.
The Webcast is available within UCLABruins.com's College Sports Pass subscription service which features exclusive live and on-demand video and audio content. In addition to Thursday's game, College Sports Pass also serves up live audio of Bruins football, basketball, volleyball and soccer games, as well as video from basketball and football post-game and weekly press conferences, weekly coaches' shows, highlights from recent games, and other audio and video clips. The semi-weekly Bruin Talk show is also available on College Sports Pass.
The Bruins, under second-year head coach Ben Howland, return four starters and five lettermen from last year's squad. UCLA's recruiting class was ranked as high as fourth in the nation and is led by a trio of high school All-American guards: Jordan Farmar, Arron Afflalo and Josh Shipp.
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