Grading out the finer details of UCLA's 20-17 victory over the Texas Longhorns in the Bruins' "neutral site" game at AT&T Stadium in Arlington to see if UCLA football is meeting expectations.
UCLA at Texas
Coverage of UCLA Bruins' 2014 road trip to Dallas to play the University of Texas Longhorns at AT&T Stadium.
The writers and editors of Bruins Nation discuss the 2014 season's third game, a come from behind 20-17 victory over a depleted Texas squad in Dallas, with Jerry Neuheisel throwing a perfect deep ball for a TD in the final minutes of the game to win.
In their post-game interviews, Coach Jim Mora, Clueless No-O Mazzne and Bruin QB Jerry Neuheisel discuss the Texas game. If you've been following along, Mazzne genuinely seems to be clueless. How is this guy still our offensive coordinator?
In a huge sigh of relief for UCLA fans everywhere, college football guru Bruce Feldman is reporting that UCLA QB Brett Hundley has a slight hyperextension of his left (non-throwing) elbow and should be back by the end of the week.
With Brett Hundley going down, the game fell on the shoulders of back-up QB Jerry Neuheisel. Sure the opponent was a thin, depleted, Texas Longhorns team that got spanked by BYU the week before, but Jerry came up big when it mattered the most, leading UCLA to a 20-17 win over Texas
UCLA and Texas go head to head in a prime time game on Saturday evening, and in preparation, we had a little email exchange with the outstanding folks at Burnt Orange Nation, one of the Texas SBN blogs.
While we wait for the Bruins vs. the Longhorns, here's your open thread for Saturday morning/afternoon college football action including #12 Georgia at #24 South Carolina and Wyoming at #2 Oregon. We also have some good reading about our Bruins foo
With the Bruins heading to Dallas to take on the Texas Longhorns in a "neutral site" game in the House that Jerry Built, UCLA has no excuse not to return with a complete victory against a thin Texas team coming off a demolition by BYU.