I watched this game from beginning to end, and it was tough to watch, but also kept me on the edge of my seat. Like many posted here, I was hoping they would not have used Myles Jack purely on offense, simply because after using him so many times, the opposing defense will eventually figure him out. Especially because they now have more tape on Myles, so in a sense the element of surprise is now missing. In addition, part of the main reason why defense worked so well was because Myles Jacks was there, and that's where his true strength is really at.
Regardless, I still love the Bruins and I am so happy that the Seniors played their hearts out tonight. We didn't win the Pac-12 south, so there won't be a championship game after playing USC, but there's still the bowl game. As of now, I feel honored to have these kind of exceptional gentlemen, that excel both on and off the field, give us two more performances before the end of the college football season. Like many folks here that had to endure the lost decade of Dorrell and Neuheisel, I feel grateful that as a dedicated Bruin fan to be able to watch a great season play out. I know we have a long ways to go, as it was already evident from the games at Stanford and Oregon. But even after this loss against ASU, deep down inside I'm still smiling. The year has still been exciting for the Bruins and I still have faith that Mora will continuing driving this football program to the right track.
Thanksgiving is coming up, so as a Bruin football fan, I am thankful for the fun and excitement in football that our university has given us.