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UCLA vs. Oregon
Coverage of UCLA Bruins' 2018 Pac-12 Conference game against the Oregon Ducks in Eugene, along with past articles on UCLA vs. Oregon.
The Bruins are a fundamentally bad football team. What can be done to right the ship?
We’ve collected all of UCLA’s post-game interviews for you in one place.
UCLA played one of its most poorly executed games of the year against the Ducks tonight.
Dorian Thompson-Robinson is back under center for the Bruins, and hasn’t been very special either.
Chip Kelly and the Bruins head north to face the Ducks at Autzen Stadium in Eugene.
Who will start under center for the Bruins and Ducks? Will UCLA’s rushing defense bounce back against Oregon? Can Bruin receivers do a better job of catching the ball?
Even with Chip Kelly at UCLA, the Oregon Ducks still have that same firepower offensively.
Meanwhile, Stefan Flintoft discussed the punting game and Theo Howard spoke about dropped passes.
The question after this week: is it progress, or fools gold?
It was better defense from UCLA and two long drives by the Bruin offense that kept the Ducks’ offense off the field that helped the Bruins to victory.
UCLA’s defense looked much improved and Bolu Olorunfunmi notched the play of the week.
The Ducks did what a 4-8 football team should do. They replaced their coach with someone who can turn things around.
UCLA is going to play host to yet another school starting a back up at quarterback. Will the trend of back ups looking like Heisman candidates end on Saturday?
Overall, UCLA Coach Jim Mora was pleased with the performance of the Bruins this afternoon against Oregon State. But, he was definitely upset about what caused UCLA to be flagged seven times for false starts.
The writers and editors of Bruins Nation discuss the 2014 season's sixth game, a beat-down at the hands of the Oregon Ducks in a game that showed everyone the gulf in class between Mora's program and the top-end of the Pac-12.
Coming off of two bad loses the local media stress that Mor-a the same won't work. Here are a few observations from UCLA football's local beat writers. "So how, after so much optimism and hype before season, does UCLA find itself freefalling?"