1998 was the first year of the BCS. It was also the last year UCLA won the Pac-10 (now Pac-12) Conference Championship. And, of course, it was the year a hurricane forced the re-scheduling of the infamous Miami game that kept us from being in the BCS title game. It was also the last time UCLA finished the season ranked in the Top Ten in both polls, until now, that is.
Tracking Brett Hundley who has the potential to emerge as the Heisman trophy winner in 2013 season.
Spaulding Roundup: Keep Your Eyes on the Prize, Pac-12 Shifts, & Derrick Coleman. Today the Bruin Football team completed its week with a walk-through before tomorrow's game. After the Ducks' defeat it is even more crucial for UCLA to stay focused.
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In a huge sigh of relief for UCLA fans everywhere, college football guru Bruce Feldman is reporting that UCLA QB Brett Hundley has a slight hyperextension of his left (non-throwing) elbow and should be back by the end of the week.
With the UCLA football season just about to kick off, in the inaugural year of the College Football Playoff, we look at how this UCLA squad is the best football team Westwood has seen since 1998, ironically in the first year of the BCS system.
With 42 days till kickoff, the Bruins collectively and individually (Myles Jack, Brett Hundley) continue to get recognition. Here is a rundown of some of the latest happenings in UCLA football and look back at Heisman Trophy winner Gary Beban.
USA Today continues their runup to the college football season with more praise for Brett Hundley and the Bruins, while another Bruin becomes eligible to return to the team and a conference rival gets their star back from injury.