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Vikings draft UCLA G Jeff Baca in 6th round

The Minnesota Vikings have taken UCLA guard Jeff Baca with the 196th overall selection in the sixth round. They picked up another seventh-round pick from Tampa Bay to move back from No. 189, then grabbed Baca, a 6-foot-3, 302-pound guard to add some depth on the offensive line. The Vikings needed a guard after losing Geoff Schwartz to the Chiefs. The Vikings started the day by...
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April 27, 2013  |  Discuss

UCLA releases post-spring depth chart

Jeff Baca is a jack of all trades. He can play anywhere you need him to play along the offensive line as he showed this spring for the UCLA Bruins. Bacas versatile, which is a good thing. The fact that he had to show off his versatility isnt. It was based on necessity. If the Bruins coaching staff could have it their way, Baca would be inserted firmly at right guard, the position...
Via Fox Sports West
May 07, 2012  |  Discuss

UCLA releases post-spring depth chart

Jeff Baca is a jack of all trades. He can play anywhere you need him to play along the offensive line as he showed this spring for the UCLA Bruins. Bacas versatile, which is a good thing. The fact that he had to show off his versatility isnt. It was based on necessity. If the Bruins coaching staff could have it their way, Baca would be inserted firmly at right guard, the position...
Via Fox Sports West
May 07, 2012  |  Discuss

UCLA still trying to fill holes on offensive line

When UCLA closes spring football practice Saturday with a scrimmage at the Rose Bowl, most of the attention will be focused on the quarterbacks, the defense and first-year Coach Jim Mora. But two things seem to happen every spring: the swallows return to San Juan Capistrano and UCLA rebuilds its offensive line. Before the Bruins can open holes, they have to fill them. UCLA'...
Via Fox Sports West
May 04, 2012  |  Discuss

Bruins offensive line struggling to come together

To a man, the UCLA quarterbacks have marveled at how easy it's been for them to grasp new offensive coordinator Noel Mazzone's offense. The same can't be said for the offensive line's progressions. Regardless of the simplicity of the offense, coming together for an offensive line is never an easy task. When spring practice opened, along the offensive line, there...
Via Fox Sports West
May 02, 2012  |  Discuss
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