Last season, a redshirt freshman named Brett Hundley won the quarterback battle at UCLA's San Bernardino camp, an unexpected victory as the race was initially thought to be largely between then-seniors Richard Brehaut and Kevin Prince.
But the win soon became a convincing one after Hundley ran for a 72-yard touchdown on his first collegiate snap.
From that point on, Hundley made a believer out of everyone in Los Angeles. He set single-season records for completions, passing and total offense. His 404 yards against Oregon State was the second-highest ever for a Bruin quarterback.
Westwood finally had its celebrity quarterback that they always seemed to lack. Hundley is being touted as the greatest UCLA signal caller since Cade McNown.
Head coach Jim Mora and his staff -- one that wasn't even responsible for bringing in Hundley -- was absolutely responsible for the UCLA turnaround but Hundley was arguably the x-factor the Bruins needed to put all of the pieces together for...