We feel you, Anthony.
frustration— anthony barr (@itheeayb) October 27, 2013
Congrats to Scott Quessenberry, true freshman #18 to play this season!
A night like this is one I will always remember not because of the win or loss but because I got to go out there and do what I love to do— Scott Quessenberry (@ScootsyQ) October 27, 2013
Football: Not happy with the result. It's back to work.
Back to the lab— Eric Kendricks (@EKLA6) October 27, 2013
It's takes a complete game to beat good teams it's as simple as that. Time to get back to work and get ready for the Buffs #uclafootball— Jerry Neuheisel (@jerryneuheisel) October 27, 2013
Bruce Davis has a few ideas on what happened:
We keep running similar plays on offense. Oregon watched tape too. We need variety— Bruce Davis (@B2Davis44) October 27, 2013
So does Chris Kluwe:
Why are you throwing the ball to the other team, UCLA? Are they wearing new stealth uniforms? What is BIG NIKE trying to hide?!— Chris Kluwe (@ChrisWarcraft) October 27, 2013
Also this was too good to leave buried in the game thread:
Not only did Jack block the punt...but didn't rough the kicker and subliminally kicked him in his nether region. What a baller!— Nick Ekbatani (@nickekbatani) October 27, 2013
Did you watch gameday? This sign wasn't even a sick burn, it was just sad and true:
That Oregon fan behind the gameday panel got us with that sign. "UCLA WEARS ADIDAS". That makes me sad. Lol— Jarrad Page (@JarradPage44) October 26, 2013
We will be back.
Last week, Tony Parker was emotional. This week he is a studying machine.
Studying with @tonyparker32 is an experience. He just said "the small intestines called small but they lion hearted"— Kory Alford (@KoryAlford) October 28, 2013
Help a football brother out. It's only one swipe, he can't do that much damage if it's just one swipe.
At Rendezvous and need a swipe #helpme— Xavier Su'a-Filo (@HughJundies_) October 29, 2013
Midterm season means Powell naptime.
Glad we could be of service. @MOH36: What a great nap on the beanbag in Powell library I needed that.— UCLA Powell Library (@UCLA_Powell) October 25, 2013