Win or lose, UCLA football will turn out the lights on the 2019 season after the game tomorrow.
How will UCLA’s defense fare versus Michael Pittman, Jr.? How will DTR perform at the Coliseum? Can Joshua Kelley come close to delivering the performance he gave us versus Southern Cal last year?
How will Joshua Kelley fare against the top rushing D in the nation? Can UCLA’s D stop Utah’s senior QB and senior RB? Who wins the penalty battle?
Lots of variables could affect this game between 3-5 teams. The Buffs’ ubiquitous Steven Montez, the respective defenses (or lack thereof), and Colorado’s pass protection could be important factors in this #Pac12AfterDark game.
Can the Bruins win their first home game of the 2019 campaign? How will Joshua Kelley do after his monster game last week? Can UCLA stop ASU’s rush? Who wins the turnover battle? Does that team also win the game?
Can UCLA do a better job against the pass? Who will commit more critical penalties tonight? After facing three straight well-below-average defenses, can UCLA keep the offensive momentum going against a middle-of-the-road Cardinal defense?
What’s up with UCLA’s backfield? How will UCLA handle OSU QB Jake Luton? Who will win the turnover battle?
Has the light gone on for DTR? Will special teams find the end zone again? Do you take the over or the under?
Wazzou’s offense is humming under Head Coach Mike Leach in his 8th year in Pullman. Quarterback Anthony Gordon is a big part of that. Can UCLA’s defense slow him and the Cougars down?
The focus this week will be on the UCLA offense, specifically asking who will play in UCLA’s backfield at the QB and RB positions.
Can the Bruins stop the Bearcat ground attack? Who will lead the Bruin wide receivers? Will UCLA’s red zone offense be better than last year?
In their last game of 2018, UCLA will try to do something that it hasn’t done since 2008, chop down the Tree. To do so, the Bruins will need to exploit match-ups and limit penalties, just like they did last week.
Both teams will be playing for the L.A. City Championship, pride, and not much more.
Can UCLA get to the QB against ASU’s excellent pass protection? Will Krys Barnes bounce back from a poor game? Can UCLA (read: Joshua Kelley) exploit an average Sun Devil rushing defense?
Who will start under center for the Bruins and Ducks? Will UCLA’s rushing defense bounce back against Oregon? Can Bruin receivers do a better job of catching the ball?
How will Joshua Kelley fare against the #1 rushing D? Will Utah’s QB rack up TDs against UCLA? Who will win the critical turnover battle?
With Khalil Tate out, how will the ‘Cats back-up QB fare? Will UCLA’s offensive line continue its improvement since the return of Boss Tagaloa? Who will lead UCLA in tackles?
Will UCLA pound the rock with junior running back, Joshua Kelley? Which QB takes the field for the Golden Bears? Who wins?
How will Husky seniors, Jake Browning and Myles Gaskin, fare against a UCLA defense that shows promise, but has been on the field too long. The Bruins have shown some improvement in the penalty department. Will that continue against U-Dub?
In their Pac-12 opener, can the Bruins do better on third down? What about UCLA’s red zone defense? Can Thompson-Robinson bounce back away from the pressure of Westwood?
Can UCLA do better stopping kick and punt returns? Which pass-catcher not named Caleb Wilson will lead the Bruins in receptions? Who will lead UCLA in tackles?
Which UCLA running back will get the most carries? Can UCLA’s D slow down an explosive OU offense? Will the Bruins be able to get to the QB?
Who will start at quarterback for the Bruins? Can UCLA’s defense stop the run? Will the Bruins cover the spread?
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