The new season is here! Hope springs eternal once again!
UCLA Football: 2019 Preseason
UCLA linebackers discuss the changing culture of the team and the impact that is having on the field.
The guru of college football preview magazines is optimistic about the Bruins in year two of the Chip Kelly experience
As the Bruins prepare for their season opener, the UCLA Football team is healthy and ready for action.
The Buffaloes have a new coach in 2019. Will it make a difference?
Coming off their best season in a long time, the offensive line looks to keep building on that success.
Oregon, Washington, Utah, Washington State, and Stanford were all ranked in the preseason AP Top 25. The Bruins, understandably, were not.
The sport science program combined with Frank Wintrich’s strength and conditioning program looks to pay off for UCLA football.
Herm Edwards didn’t completely embarrass himself last year. Can that streak continue?
Whether he uses the phrase "Win the day" or not, Chip Kelly is looking for his players to keep getting better.
After suffering a season-ending injury last season, Josh Woods is happy to be back on the field.
Chip Kelly knows you can’t teach speed, but you can increase your tempo. With a year of Kelly under their belts, the Bruins may be looking to use both speed and tempo as weapons this season.
Tonight, we’ve got a long Spaulding Report for you to catch you up on the first week and a half of UCLA football training camp.
The Beavers have been bad for a few years. Will things turn around in 2019?
The Bruins are supplementing a group of veterans with twelve newcomers including ten freshmen.
While the Bruins’ defensive line is still really young, they will benefit from last year’s experience.
After Kelley, who had a monster season last year and is expected to lead the Bruins in carries in ’19, UCLA has speed and power at the running back position.
Bruin fans will not be able to see the Bruins until August 29th in Cincinnati
The stable of receivers at UCLA is seeing a positive change.
With Caleb Wilson off to the NFL, a committee of athletes are tasked with taking over for the top receiving tight end in the country.
Chip Kelly’s first year was marked by injury and inconsistency at the QB spot, can he and the Bruins steady the ship?
While the offensive line has been a past liability, Bruin fans may be able to breathe a little this year as experience and recruiting are finally coming together.
UCLA has a crop of young talent at the defensive back positions, but is led by a pair of season juniors, Darnay Holmes and Quentin Lake.
The Bruins were bad on special teams last year, but it wasn’t really the fault of the specialists themselves.
Arizona didn’t leap forward in Kevin Sumlin’s first year. Will year two be more of the same?
There’s really been only one change to this year’s coaching staff, even though two members added new titles.
The Cougars made a huge leap in 2018. Can they keep up that performance?