About Go Joe Bruin

About Go Joe Bruin

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This is Go Joe Bruin—a UCLA fan blog housed by the FanSided Sports Network, dedicated to delivering engaging content and first-rate reporting about the mighty Bruins of Westwood.

GJB was founded in 2011 by UCLA students, and has since been passed down to another generation of Bruins. And while things do change as each new custodian makes his or her mark, the motivation behind GJB remains: we write about UCLA because we love UCLA.

Go Joe Bruin’s work is featured on SI.com by virtue of FanSided’s content partnership with Sports Illustrated, and is widely syndicated by Bleacher Report’s Team Stream. To contact GJB with story leads, inquiries or media outreach, please send an email to the site’s lead editor.

And don’t forget to follow us on Twitter (@GoJoeBruinUCLA) and like us on Facebook!

GO BRUINS!

Staff

Mike W.R.—Editor | Twitter

Ryan Tabb—Associate Editor | Twitter

Prospective Writers

Are you an aspiring sportswriter? Does your blood run Blue and Gold? Do you treat UCLA game days like national holidays?

If you answered yes to any or all of those questions, then you’ve come to the right place. Go Joe Bruin is currently searching for inspired sports minds to take up roles as writers, editors and social media maniacs. GJB is always looking to expand with new ideas and fresh perspectives, and your voice could be the next to join the conversation.

To take the first steps towards contributing for Go Joe Bruin, please complete the general FanSided application, and email the site’s lead editor with a resume. Once accepted, you’ll have access to an arsenal of tools to help you pursue your passion for UCLA sports. Where your writing career goes from there is up to you.

Disclaimer

This site is strictly for informational and entertainment purposes, and is in no way affiliated with the University of California, Los Angeles or the National Collegiate Athletic Association. It also claims no rights to the trademarks of either UCLA or the NCAA.