Found September 17, 2013 on Fox Sports West:
LOS ANGELES -- This week's test might be the complete opposite scenario from the one UCLA faced last week. After a dominating 41-21 victory on the road against Nebraska, the Bruins moved up to No. 13 in the polls, the highest ranking since November, 2007. But instead of facing a historical powerhouse in front of front of nearly 100,000 people, UCLA (2-0) will face a team that has not made a bowl game since 1960 in New Mexico State. The Aggies are not on the up-and-up. Head coach Doug Martin, a former Boston College offensive coordinator and Kent State head coach, has yet to earn a win as an Aggie yet as the team has lost its first three. While it doesn't figure that this game will finally end the Aggies' 14-game losing streak, UCLA coach Jim Mora does feel that his team will need to be in right state of mind for Saturday night's game at the Rose Bowl. "I think it's really important that we find a way to refocus and get ready for this game," Mora sa...
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