UCLA’s Biggest Game


There are big games and there are BIG games. Which one  is which depends on where you are coming from. If you are a fan, UCLA has not played a bigger out of conference game in the Chip Kelly era than what is ahead on Saturday with LSU coming to the Rose Bowl. If you […] READ MORE

The Evolution of UCLA Running Backs


Deshaun Foster has seen a lot as he enters his fifth year as running backs coach at UCLA. What is familiar is that he has a room full of viable options in what is annually becoming the evolution of UCLA running backs. The Evolution of UCLA Running Backs Foster took Joshua Kelley from walk-on transfer […] READ MORE

UCLA Running Backs

The running game has been a source of strength for UCLA the last three years despite the team’s overall poor record. They say the proof is in the numbers. They are there, for sure, with two years of Josh Kelley and a year of Demetric Felton. Now the numbers are different, as in a large […] READ MORE

UCLA Football Pro Day

Two Bruins are a month away from hoping to hear their name called at the 2021 NFL Draft. UCLA Football Pro Day gave running back Demetric Felton and defensive lineman Osa Odighizuwa their chance to show off their skills in front of NFL scouts. With no NFL Combine this year, the pro days across the […] READ MORE

QB’s Are The Story At Senior Bowl


Quarterbacks took both the good and bad storylines in 2020 Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama Saturday. For anyone keeping track of the actual teams, the North beat the South 31-17.                 . But seeing as how this is the last All-Star game of the college football season, it is always about the individual performances in front […] READ MORE

UCLA Football Postmortem, Part 2


Earlier this week, we started the postmortem on the UCLA season with a look at the horrific defensive performance over the course of 2019. It is not a subjective debate. The statistical analysis used to back up the dissection was irrefutable. But the defense was not the only “hot topic” throughout the UCLA season. Some […] READ MORE

UCLA Has More Questions As Season Ends


An uninspired UCLA season ended in appropriate fashion Saturday night the Rose Bowl, in that it ended. The Bruins lost to Cal 28-18 in front of a crowd of 38,102. It was the second lowest crowd of the season, topping the San Diego State game by 1,151. Clearly UCLA has more questions as the season […] READ MORE

Bruins Looking For Light


The last few practices of a season that is officially going nowhere can be tough. UCLA is 4-7 overall, 4-4 in conference. They are coming off back to back drubbings, including to crosstown rival USC. They face Cal in the season finale Saturday night in the Rose Bowl. The Bears are 6-5 overall and 3-5 […] READ MORE

USC Lights Up UCLA, 52-35


It turns out that having “a good Wednesday,” does not matter so much when your opponent has a great Saturday. USC Lights Up UCLA, 52-35 A UCLA season that felt like it had some momentum a couple of weeks ago was pushed back into futility Saturday after a 52-35 whooping at the hands of USC […] READ MORE