Bruins Holding The Line

UCLA offensive line coach and offensive coordinator Justin Frye referred to them as the, “Five big asses,” in front of the quarterback. He said if they do their job, as a unit, it makes life much easier for the rest of the offense. While UCLA has had to juggle some offensive line positions in Spring […] READ MORE

UCLA Football’s Unfinished Business

UCLA finally opened Spring camp Friday morning. Sixth year defensive back Qwuantrezz Knight says the Bruins have a lot of unfinished business. That happens when in your best year in the last years you finished 3-4. Part of UCLA football’s unfinished business was just getting camp underway. UCLA Football’s Unfinished Business UCLA is the last […] READ MORE

Stanford Beats UCLA In Double OT 48-47


Was there any other way to finish the 2020 UCLA football season? UCLA ended the 2020 season, such as it was, in a fashion totally befitting its play. Mix together some unimaginably soft defense, injuries to key players, and flashes of intestinal fortitude in the face of obstacles. Brittain Brown had the game of his […] READ MORE

UCLA Hangs On Against ASU


Don’t look now UCLA fans, but the Bruins have a two-game winning streak after their 25-18 win over Arizona State in Tempe Saturday night. At 3-2, they have a winning record for the first time since October 21st, 2017, when they were 4-3 after a home win against Oregon. UCLA Hangs On Against ASU It […] READ MORE

UCLA Gives Away Chances Against Oregon


There are certain truisms in college football. There are no moral victories. Close is not good enough. And it does not matter if your quarterback is Dorian Thompson-Robinson, Chase Griffin, or Tom Brady. When you turn the ball over more than the other team, you will lose. UCLA head coach Chip Kelly even refers to […] READ MORE