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You might know Chandler Hoffman as the former UCLA star and current Philadelphia Union striker, or, you might know him as Jordan Pruitt’s ex-boyfriend. Either way, Hoffman is forever linked to the Disney starlet and singer.

That’s why we couldn’t help but think of Hoffman last night when Pruitt auditioned for The Voice by covering Katy Perry’s “The One That Got Away”. Hmmm …

Hoffman and Pruitt are no longer together for reasons that are speculated about online, but both have successfully moved on with their lives. Pruitt impressed Christina Aguilera last night (which is hard to do considering “You gotta rub her the right way” … since she’s a genie in a bottle and everything) but one has to wonder what Hoffman thought of the performance … and, assuming he saw it, why a grown man watches The Voice at all.

 

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Chandler Hoffman may as well be staring at the Grand Canyon when he is looking at the goal lately, because this guy has been unstoppable. Hoffman and the rest of his UCLA teammates sit just one win away from the College Cup.

Hoffman tallied two goals, making his total in the College Cup three, as UCLA defeated Rutgers, 3-0, at Drake Stadium in the NCAA Round of 16 on Sunday night. Hoffman scored his first 44 seconds into the match, helping the Bruins extend a seven-game winning streak.

Hoffman scored 15 regular season goals, and 3 since the tournament has started. By any stretch of the imagination, this has been a special year for him. His shooting percentage is 34…best marks in College Soccer. He’s near the top of every statistical category, plus his conference is one of the toughest in the nation. Hoffman is in the zone this year, he also holds a few UCLA school season records, which is no easy task considering their history. He has scored 4 multi goal games this year, which ties a UCLA record, and according to a colleague he could break UCLA’s single season goals scored mark.

UCLA will take on Louisville next, a team that bounced the Bruins from the tournament last year, and beat them in the first match to open this year. If UCLA wins, the College Cup is held in Hoover, Ala., a mere 10 miles south of Hoffman’s hometown of Birmingham. Talk about a Hollywood ending.

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