UCLA Coach Jim Mora took the stage at Pac-12 media day, made a short statement and addressed the question everyone wants answered: Who will be the Bruins’ starting quarterback this season?
“I can just tell you right now before anyone asks me again, I don’t know,” said Mora, adding that he already had been asked the question “100 times.”
He probably should get used to it.
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USC has not defeated UCLA since 2011, a streak the Trojans hope to end in the regular-season finale on Nov. 28 at the Coliseum.
The Bruins defeated the Trojans, 38-20, at the Rose Bowl last season.
“The biggest thing the last three years was kind of taking care of their weapons because they always have a very strong defensive corps,” Bruins center Jake Brendel said Thursday during Pac-12 Conference...Read more
UCLA linebacker Deon Hollins was not bewitched or bewildered. Befuddled, on the other hand, was mentioned a couple times Thursday at Pac-12 media days at Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank.
Hollins was asked whether UCLA missed an opportunity win the conference with USC having slipped from elite status in recent seasons. He was a little put off, saying, “The media loves them. I don’t feel like we lost...Read more
Former UCLA receiver Devin Lucien had an ally when he was attempting to transfer to Arizona State. A good one — the quarterback.
Sun Devils quarterback Mike Bercovici heard that Lucien was going to leave UCLA and try to play one season elsewhere. As a graduate student, Lucien was immediately eligible.
“When the coaches approached me after Devin made contact, I was all for it,” Bercovici said. “I told...Read more
Don’t wait around for UCLA Coach Jim Mora to start waxing poetic about national championships, or even Pac-12 titles.
The headache that tops the list is the Pac-12 South.
A year ago, the argument could be made that the division was the best in college football (the squeal you just heard came from the SEC). This season, it could be again.
USC was picked by the media to win the division and the conference.
Defensive back Jordan Parker announced his decommitment from UCLA's 2016 recruiting class on Wednesday.
"Thank you to all the UCLA staff and fan base, you guys truly made me feel at home and welcomed me into your family, unfortunately I've decided to officially decommit and reopen my recruiting process," Parker wrote on Twitter.
Parker made an oral commitment in April.
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