Bruin Bites: Nick's Final Start, Smooth Running, JetSki's Big Day, MJD's Tough Season

Stephen Dunn

It's Monday morning and the Bruins are resting up following a sloppy 59-13 blow-out win of hapless New Mexico State on Saturday. With the work week getting underway, we take a look at the various bits and pieces of news from around the football-related UCLA-iverse, with the Bruins' next game more than a week away against Utah.

It was a big win and the Bruins easily covered the spread (gamblers rejoice!) but UCLA sure didn't look very pretty at times doing it.  But it was a good opportunity to give in-game action to our back-up unit, including the first appearance of fan-favorite, Jerry "Photobomb" Neuheisel. We'll turn to an in-depth break-down of how the team performed this afternoon with IEAngel's "Eye Test" grades, but for now let's take a look at the various bits and pieces of news from around the UCLA-iverse to start our work week:

Alright folks, those are your football-related bits and pieces from around the UCLA-iverse for this Monday morning as we get ready to slog through another work week, with no UCLA football at the other end.  Fire away in the comment thread with your thoughts, additions, opinions, etc. as we begin the long count down to the Thursday after next when our Bruins return to take on Utah to open Pac-12 conference play.

GO BRUINS

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