The last time the UCLA Bruins took the field they were in the process of a season-ending defeat to Illinois in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl. Kevin Prince was at the helm that day, as he was much of the year, but only because Richard Brehaut suffered a broken fibula that ended his season on October 8th.
Prior to that Prince and Brehaut had handed control of the offense back and forth to one another from one inconsistent start to the next.
New head coach Jim Mora is supervising the quarterback competition which is still up in the air as spring ball comes to a close next Saturday, May 5th. Mora was hoping to have the issue resolved, enabling the starter to lead summer throwing sessions with his teammates, however, that now appears unlikely.
Prince and Brehaut will be seniors in the fall, and redshirt freshman Brett Hundley has now been added to the mix for the starting job. While many UCLA alumni and fans have seen enough of Prince and Brehaut over the last three years to de...