UCLA vs. Memphis
Coverage of UCLA Bruins' 2017 game against the Memphis Tigers plus previous games in the series.
Justin Fuente inherited a destitute program in 2012, but his Memphis squad has taken healthy steps forward in each of his first two years. Another step could follow in 2014, but a tough schedule could still prevent a serious bowl run.
UCLA looked good on offense, but good wasn’t good enough.
Jim Mora’s conservative NFL mindset cost the Bruins dearly yesterday in several key spots.
Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result.
The Bruin defense couldn’t contain Riley Ferguson in the first half, but Tom Bradley is known for making excellent halftime adjustments.
An opportunity for UCLA to start the season 3-0 presents itself to the Bruins Saturday as they travel to Memphis.
Josh Rosen, Anthony Miller and a few random facts highlight this week’s edition
Inconsistent line play by Memphis will give Rosen time to throw and help our offensive line succeed.
Most of Norvell’s top coaches worked with him at Arizona State. The Tigers’ special teams seem to be in flux.
The writers and editors of Bruins Nation discuss the 2014 season's second game, a close 42-35 victory over a Memphis program with just eight Division I-A victories over the past four years, in a game where UCLA's defense really tried to lose.
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The Bruins once again picked up the win, but once again did so in a narrow win over a pitiful program - barely beating a Memphis team with just 8 wins over Div. I-A teams in 4 years, but this time doing it by out-scoring the Tigers in a shootout.
UCLA heads to the Rose Bowl to take on the Memphis TIgers in the Bruins first home game of 2014.