There may be no running from UCLA’s biggest problem.
Last season, it was running the ball. This season, it’s stopping the run.
Not that the Bruins are tremendous at running the ball through their first four games of 2017. They are tied for No. 103 in the nation with 120 yards rushing per game even after Soso Jamabo on Saturday became the first UCLA tailback in well over a year to rush for 100 yards in a game.
Stopping the run? The Bruins are open to suggestions. UCLA ranks last in the nation among 129 Football Bowl Subdivision teams after getting run over for 405 yards rushing during a 58-34 loss to Stanford at Stanford Stadium.
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