The writers and editors of Bruins Nation discuss the 2014 season's tenth game, a solid road win over the Washington Huskies under former Boise State coach Chris Petersen, with the Bruins managing to keep themselves alive in the hunt for the Pac-12 South division crown and a seat in the conference title game against Oregon.
UCLA vs. Washington
Full coverage of UCLA's 2018 Pac-12 conference game against the Washington Huskies at the Rose Bowl, along with past articles on UCLA vs. Washington.
Following the Bruins 44-30 win, Coach Mora, Myles Jack, Brett Hundley, and Taylor Mazzone spoke with the media. Our thanks to Ryan Kartje of the OC Register for sharing the videos on YouTube.
The Bruins head into the second half in their Pac-12 contest against Washington with the score 31-10 in favor of the Bruins.
The big question going forward: is this fools gold again, or something to build on?
The Bruins offense came out of hibernation in this game as they gained 422 yards against the Huskies defense.
UCLA played hard but they simply cannot match the Huskies on either side of the ball during the first half.
The Bruins welcome the Huskies to the Rose Bowl in the Pac-12 home opener.
I don’t think any self-respecting Bruin fan would think so, but Tyree Thompson seems to think so.
Petersen’s turnaround of the Huskies is probably what a lot of Bruins fans were hoping Chip Kelly would do for the Bruins.
How will Husky seniors, Jake Browning and Myles Gaskin, fare against a UCLA defense that shows promise, but has been on the field too long. The Bruins have shown some improvement in the penalty department. Will that continue against U-Dub?
Bruins Nation Managing Editor appeared on KABC’s Behind the Mic with Brad Dalius Wednesday night to discuss both the Colorado and Washington games.
The UCLA Bruins will be facing a stacked Husky defense hungry for another trip to the playoffs.
Washington has been relying on balance on the offensive side of the ball, but they definitely have some explosive players on offense.
The Huskies are geared up for another strong run in 2018.