Dropped passes and an inert running game are ongoing themes of the UCLA offense.
Too many players making the same mistakes may no longer be.
Bruins Coach Jim Mora pledged Monday to tighten the rotation at running back and receiver after a review of UCLA’s 22-13 loss to Stanford showed his team squandered “probably a hundred” yards in the running game.
“There were some enormous holes that were not hit,” said Mora, whose team generated only 77 yards rushing and also was beset by two dropped passes in the third quarter. “We’re going to start dialing it back on how many guys we play at running back and receiver and...