UCLA Football: The Center of Concern

The UCLA Football team wrapped up its second day of fall practice today and while the team continues to develop each phase of the game, one question still needs answering: How will the offensive line fare in 2016? UCLA Football lost four year starter Jake Brendel this offseason to graduation and while he wasn’t the […] UCLA Football: The Center of Concern - Go Joe Bruin - Go...
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August 09, 2016

UCLA's experienced offensive line has dramatically improved in 2015

During UCLA head coach Jim Mora's first three seasons with the Bruins, his program allowed a conference-worst 128 sacks.This season, UCLA has allowed only nine -- which ranks ahead of Utah's 11 for best in the Pac-12. Now veterans, UCLA's offensive line had collected more offensive starts than any other offensive line in FBS. Starting center Jake Brendel will earn his 48th career...
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November 04, 2015  |  Discuss

Josh Rosen is only freshman named semifinalist for Davey O'Brien Award

The Davey O'Brien Award is given to the nation's top college football quarterback; no true freshman has ever won the award.Texas A&M's Johnny Manziel and Florida State's Jameis Winston both won the award as redshirt freshmen. According to Daily News, Rosen hasn't thrown an interception since October 15 vs. Stanford -- he's thrown 98 consecutive passes without a pick. He completed...
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November 04, 2015  |  Discuss

UCLA loses 3 o-linemen to injury in practice Monday

Mondays practice did not go so well for the UCLA Bruins. According to Chris Foster of the LA Times, three of the five starters on the offensive line, left the field yesterday with undisclosed injuries. Center Jake Brendel, guard Alex Redmond, and tackle Conor McDermott were sidelined following 11-on-11 drills. There has been no word on the extent of the injuries. Brendel is the most...
Via Campus Sports Net
August 18, 2015  |  Discuss

No. 12 UCLA Bruins more centered headed to Texas

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley felt so much better taking snaps from Jake Brendel, the center who now gets to go home with the 12th-ranked Bruins. Hundley has accounted for a touchdown in each of his 29 consecutive starts, but things were clearly out of synch when UCLA struggled offensively in the season opener that Brendel missed with a sprained left knee...
Via Associated Press
September 12, 2014  |  Discuss

UCLA Week 3 notebook: Offensive line to have Brendel back for Texas

AT&T Stadium is one of the most impressive sports venues in the country, if not in the world as well. Which is why it's important for No. 12 UCLA to realize that, take it in, and then move on by Saturday, when they face Texas. Head coach Jim Mora and members of his coaching staff, many of whom have experienced the Dallas Cowboys' home stadium first hand as either a player or...
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September 11, 2014  |  Discuss

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