Brett Hundley's arthroscopic surgery to remove torn meniscus in right knee went well and he should return in 3-4 weeks.
"A lot of people said, 'Why didn't you go Oregon or one of the bigger schools?' " Hundley said. "To me, UCLA has it all — academics, a football team on the rise. Things will get better from here. I had no doubt that this was the right school for me."
"What’s really kind of interesting is one of UCLA big recruits (Brett Hundley) came in early for 2011 and he is on same floor as I am. It is almost like we’re complete opposites. He is about to start college and I am almost done with mine.’’
At first, Hundley said he was skeptical about UCLA's Pistol offense. But after watching a UCLA scrimmage a few weeks ago in Los Angeles, Hundley was convinced he could handle it.
"To be honest with you, I really didn't feel it (the Pistol offense)," said Hundley, who has thrown for 627 yards and six touchdowns in two games. "But after I saw it, it was pretty nice. It's a lot like what we do at Chandler. I got to see it, and I think I can do well in the offense.