The writers and editors of Bruins Nation discuss our pre-season expectations for the first year of the Chip Kelly era.
Head coach Chip Kelly has finally named UCLA’s QB for their season opener against Cincinnati
UCLA Football: 2018 Preseason
The Cardinal are once again dark horses in the conference.
Is it a make or break year for Clay Helton?
JC Transfer Tyree Thompson was cleaning offices for his dad’s company. Now, he hopes to clean the clocks of opposing quarterbacks.
UCLA’s starting quarterback is still not known, but Bruin DC Jerry Azzinaro made it known that the defense will do things his way.
The Texas Tech graduate transfer was selling real estate in Lubbock after medically retiring due to knee injuries, but now he’s healthy and ready to play his first game in the Rose Bowl.
The Herm Edwards experiment should get off to a rocky start.
The Bruin defender spoke about his scooter accident as well as the new 3-4 defense on Monday.
While Las Vegas, Reno and Lake Tahoe aren’t that far away for most Californians, what would it be like if you could place a wager on the Bruins on your way home from work?
Bolu Olorunfunmi and Atonio Mafi return, but Josh Woods absence looms over camp. Plus Joshua Kelley gives his first interview since transferring to UCLA last year.
Spencer adds to the pile of Bruins who have transferred out of the program.
Kelly spoke about the work done by the strength and conditioning staff to prevent injuries. Meanwhile, two Bruin offensive linemen discuss the transformation of the offensive line.
The trend of moving things faster on the field continues for the defense.
It seems like everyone is talking about being uncomfortable, while Chip Kelly says the current team identity is "chaos."
Recapping Sunday’s and Monday’s UCLA practices
On Day 2 of Fall Camp, each of the quarterbacks met with the media.
Quarterback isn’t the only position battle taking shape.
Modster, Speight and Thompson-Robinson look to take over the quarterback reigns at UCLA.
Kevin Sumlin’s return to the Rose Bowl should be exciting.
Bruin fans will not be able to see the Bruins until September 1st at the Rose Bowl.
While the UCLA running backs have both ends of the spectrum on experience, a new offense and infusion of talent will be exactly what the Bruins need.