Bumped for those who missed the magic. GO BRUINS. -N
Relentlessly Positive. Is that what's different about this edition of Bruins Football? This game was frustrating for all of the little mistakes that extended Vol drives (just like last week) and questionable refereeing, like the offsides call during the Vols last series.
Despite these setbacks and operating in the din of Neyland Stadium, the Bruins never got down on themselves or complained. They just got back to work and came out with a fantastic road win. Reggie Carter summed it up (from the fishwrap):
"That was the first time since I have been at UCLA that we played in this kind of hostile environment and stayed together as a team," Carter said.
More after the jump.
The following highlights show the potential of our offense and our young QB. I'm really looking forward to when all the youngin's mature and the team starts to consistently click.
Our defense needs to clean up those 3rd-down penalties, but they have shown heart and toughness. Three more picks by the secondary, key stops by the line, and the goal line stand were incredible.
This is going to be an up and down season, but we all need to stay Relentlessly Positive. The key, folks, is the new culture in Westwood brought in by Mr. Passion Bucket himself, Coach Rick Neuheisel.