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Good article by Andy Staples of SI's Inside College Footbal

So far the only writer who has written anything about Jake Brendel and his work load in the Utah game. " Mora said that center Jake Brendel had to work extra to help the youngsters diagnose defensive fronts. This was especially difficult for Brendel, who then had to put his head down because of UCLA's silent snap count and fire out of his stance quickly because the Utes placed a nose tackle directly over him on most plays. The result? Many of his snaps came out low and to the left, " Read More: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/college-football/news/20131004/ucla-bruins-beat-utah-utes/#ixzz2gmuRuJq1

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