UCLA Football: 2018 Preseason
Barring something unforeseen happening, all of this year’s freshmen will likely end up redshirting this season.
Theo Howard looks to lead a very young UCLA Bruins receiving group.
After losing fourteen players from last year’s team, the offensive line needs to be built from the ground up.
The secondary took a step back in 2017, but will need to improve for UCLA to be successful.
There aren’t many changes to the UCLA linebackers other than the linebackers coaches and the switch to a 3-4 defense.
UCLA is looking to replace its starters while switching from a 4-3 to a 3-4 defense.
Special Teams were more consistent last season and should prove to be strong point for this year’s team.
For anyone who stopped following UCLA Football after last season’s game against Southern Cal, it’s a brand new day!
Here is a game-by-game breakdown of the 2018 UCLA Football schedule, looking at how hard each game will be to win without getting into all the specifics just yet.
The players talk about the current state of the program while Chip Kelly opens up about why so many players caught balls at Oregon, whether he has a preferred run-pass mix and the new redshirt rule.
The Hornung Award is given annually to the most versatile player in college football.
Kelly’s Pac-12 Media Day interview looked a lot like his first press conference back in November.
The Lou Groza Award is given annually to the best placekicker in college football.
The Golden Bears look for improvement in year two of the Justin Wilcox era.
2018 Pac-12 Football Media Day: WSU Coach Mike Leach on LA Traffic, Chip Kelly’s Return & Sports Betting
It’s always entertaining when Mike Leach steps up to the podium.
UCLA has been picked to finish 4th in the Pac-12 South.
Wednesday marks the unofficial start of the college football season in the Pac-12 when the conference holds their annual football media day at Hollywood & Highland in Hollywood.
The Huskies are geared up for another strong run in 2018.
Colorado regressed back to the mean in 2017. 2018 could be no different.
The Bulldogs made a big jump in 2017. 2018 could be more of the same.
The first road game of the season is against one of last year’s National Championship Playoff teams.