UCLA's football season ended here Friday night in an explosion of joy, pride, emotion and confusion. Even some doubt.
The Bruins beat Kansas State in the Alamo Bowl, 40-35, and there was so much else going on that it defied imagination and challenges description.
This one was more soap opera than football. It was like a series of little volcanoes. The game was part Greco-Roman wrestling, part ultimate fighting and part Dr. Phil.
The good part, for this highly talented team that was put, by some, on a national championship pedestal well before anybody had played a game, was that they finished on a high, posting their second straight 10-3 season.
UCLA played like a...