The Bruins did not look to be on the same upward slope they were on at the end of last year.
UCLA vs. Cincinnati
Full coverage of UCLA's 2019 non-conference game at Cincinnati as well as the 2018 game at the Rose Bowl.
Chip Kelly dodged the serious questions about UCLA’s loss to Cincinnati when he met with the media this morning.
The opening loss to Cincinnati brought more questions than answers, which is a troubling sign to start Year Two.
UCLA drops their season opener due to a lackluster effort by the offense, in general, and the Bruins’ starting quarterback, in particular.
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?
Even after losing some of their top defenders, the Bearcats should have no problem replacing those players.
It was the first topic of conversation when Kelly spoke before practice, but he didn’t have a whole lot to say.
With Cincinnati’s top three rushers returning, the Bearcats are definitely going to give the Bruins a run for their money.
All but two of the Bearcats’ coaches from last season are back. Meanwhile, Cincinnati has tried to improve their kicking game in the offseason with a graduate transfer.
The Bruins have started to prepare for their game on Thursday against Cincinnati. Overall, everyone sounds pumped, but there is a reason to be concerned about the UCLA defense.
The Bearcats made a huge jump in 2018. They’ll look to maintain that this year.
Bruins Nation Managing Editor appeared on KABC’s Behind the Mic with Brad Dalius Wednesday night to discuss both the Cincinnati and Oklahoma games.
The Bruins only managed 306 yards of total offense against Cincinnati. It certainly was not a great debut for head coach Chip Kelly.
We’ve collected all of UCLA’s post-game interviews for you in one place.
The Bruin offense failed to execute against the Bearcats the entire second half, but did Chip Kelly make a bad decision on 4th and 1?
UCLA starts off strong in the first quarter but then fizzles late in the half, as Wilton Speight left the game due to injury, and Cincinnati is up 17-10.
The Bearcats visit the Bruins at the Rose Bowl this afternoon in UCLA’s 100th season opener.
The Rose Bowl will have new food and beverage partners in Levy Restaurants and Best Beverage Catering for tomorrow’s season opener.
Who will start at quarterback for the Bruins? Can UCLA’s defense stop the run? Will the Bruins cover the spread?
Head coach Chip Kelly has finally named UCLA’s QB for their season opener against Cincinnati
How will Cincinnati’s offense stack up against a young, rejuvenated Bruins defense?
With UCLA’s 100th college football season ready to start in just a few days, new head coach Chip Kelly has not decided who the starting quarterback will be.
With a defensive-minded coach and room for improvement, the Bearcats will look to limit Bruin scoring in Saturday’s match up.
Head Coach Luke Fickell begins his second season forming better relationships with his players to gain results on the field.