Posted October 23, 2013 on
Freshman linebacker Myles Jack discusses what he learned against Stanford, the prospect of facing Oregon and the camraderie of the UCLA freshmen..
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Every quarterback's worst nightmare played out in just a matter of minutes Saturday at Stanford Stadium, when UCLA's Brett Hundley saw his two left tackles go down in just a handful of plays on the same drive.
Torian White and Conor McDermott are both out and Simon Goines is hopeful but not at 100 percent yet with his knee. Scott Quessenberry has been taking snaps with...
In the words of Swedish band, REFUSED, “So where do we go from Here?/Just about anywhere!” This is the mantra the UCLA Bruins have to take after a heart-wrenching 24-10 loss to the Stanford Cardinal. It appeared to some Bruin fans as if the end was nigh. In fact, it is just the opposite! The UCLA Bruins have started a revolution and they are going to finish it. If you go...
Former UCLA linebacker, defensive MVP and current brain injury awareness advocate Patrick Larimore (@PLari42) joins Ben Heisler (@bennyheis) on "The AP Party" Podcast.
Patrick and Ben discuss the following topics:
His decision to retire despite a potential NFL career ahead of him
His reaction to the PBS documentary "A League of Denial...
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.
Cassius Marsh talks about the challenges of facing Oregon's speed on defense and also evaluates UCLA's offense from an outsider's perspective...