Good day Bruins Nation! While the Bruin football team prepares for a trip to Palo Alto next week and Coach Mazzone works on putting together a more aggressive game plan, let's see what else is going on for Bruins past and present.
Jack Wang brings us video of UCLA’s Ka’imi Fairbairn on his first career 50-yard field goal. Deon Hollins talks about playing with all the injuries. Chris Foster says UCLA is taking another look at it's punting game, and Joey Kaufman breaks down UCLA's lack of offensive aggression, contrasting our first play of the season with this:
UCLA opted to run the ball on its first five first downs of the game for a total of just 6 yards. On their first 19 first-down plays, they ran the ball 11 times, many of them simple handoffs up the middle.
I appreciate that Joey counts the plays. I knew it was a lot of the same, but I had no idea home exactly how much of the same it actually was.
Myles Jack sends Bruin fans really nice message:
Bruin Sports Online breaks down where Myles may go in the draft.
You can vote for Issako Savaiinaea's interception for the play of the week:
Our mothership is concerned with how UCLA fans are doing these days, and asks the question: How are UCLA fans coping with losses these days? The concern seem genuine.
The team will take three days off from practice and return to the IM field Sunday to begin working on the Stanford game plan.
Underlying Coach Wooden’s definition of success was a sense of pride, a commitment to ethics and a respect for teamwork," said Dean Judy Olian. "During the last 35 years, Ursula Burns has demonstrated her embodiment of these qualities in multiple capacities.