Posted October 23, 2013 on oregon.scout.com
TEAMS: UCLA Bruins
EUGENE - Unless something changes drastically in the next 72 hours, the UCLA Bruins will start three freshman on the offensive line this Saturday. With the majority of the OL in their first year, one would think they'd be ripe for the picking, but Oregon coach Mark Helfrich doesn't seem to think so.
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