Today is the fourth day of UCLA Football's fall training camp, with the Bruins ready to hit the practice field at Cal State San Bernardino this afternoon for another session in the warm Inland Empire weather. The heat finally started to take its toll on a few players yesterday, but today it should be a little cooler at a predicted 89 degrees.
Yesterday, we heard about the great Fabian Moreau from the incredibly well studied and exciting Devin Lucien. If you haven't had a chance to see the video, it is awesome and, like TigerFilmMP, it just might make Lucien your new favorite Bruin. We also got a chance to watch this incredible video (HT Bruins#1) and "If you want to change the world don't ever, ever ring the bell", unless it's this one. If this doesn't give you chills, nothing will. There were changes in the O-line yesterday, lots of jawing again between Myles Jack and Brett Hundley, and it was a good day for the receiver corps. You can read more about yesterday's camp in yesterday's recap and in today's Bruin Bites. You will find great interviews (videos) and links to photo galleries that have been abundant this year thanks to BRO, BSR, the OC Register, the Daily News, the Daily Bruin, the L.A. Times and others. You can find all our fall camp coverage here.
The Bruins will be on the field this afternoon from 3pm until around 5, with the session again open to the public. As noted in previous days, the logistics have changed a bit this year, with the public viewing area further away than in the past, so do arrive early if possible.
This is our open thread for today's practice. For any spectators who get out to CSUSB, please share your observations and thoughts here, and feel free to write up any extended thoughts or observations later on as a fanpost. You can also tweet pictures and video to us at @BruinNation. And we really appreciate all the tweets people have been putting in the comments. It's great to be able to "see" what's going on in real time.
And today we give a special 8 clap to Bruinette88 and Bruins#1 for sharing all the tweets from practice. Huge thanks.