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Steve Alford is feeling a lot better about UCLA basketball

Steve Alford showed up at seemingly the one place that could shield the UCLA basketball coach from his troubles Tuesday and found that even the Woodens had dispersed on him. Greg Wooden, the grandson of John Wooden, was seated at archrival USC’s table inside the Los Angeles Athletic Club. John...
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