An analysis of UCLA stats after Bruins' first two games.
UCLA F-Back Anthony Barr talks about his first LIVE college football action with Jon Gold. GO BRUINS.
Here's a montage of every pass we attempted on Saturday. Since Prince v. Brehaut will likely come up several more times over the next couple days, I thought this might be a solid tool for anyone looking to analyze Prince's game 1 performance. I feel that sometimes our game-day vision is impaired by passion, excitement, frustration etc. This phenomena leads to fuzzy pseudo-memories in which Logan Paulsen was called for 30 penalties in one game and Jrue Holiday was the worst freshman b-ball player in NCAA history. Looking through these plays, I would say that Prince deserved at least five more completions and 40 or so more yards for the day. That's not necessarily a ringing endorsement but I think the kid should get at least a few more starts before we give him the hook in favor of another youngster who has shown no pocket presence outside of one scrimmage.
I debated whether or not to post this because we lost the game but decided to share after all. Even though the final score isn't what we wanted, we still had a great time on our trip to...
Viewing information on Coach Rick Neuheisel's weekly television show debuting on Sunday, September 5, 2010.
Ralph Irvin has a good package of post game interviews which includes comments from 3 of 4 Bruin captains: Kevin Prince, Rahim Moore, and Akeem Ayers. Moore talks about correcting the mental mistakes and need for paying closer attention to details. While Prince mentions how we have an opportunity to "bounce back" next weekend against a Pac-10 opponent and start the conference season 1-0 at home. Hope the players are just as frustrated as we all are but more resilient than the casual "fans." GO BRUINS.