UCLA football: Larimore, Rosario named Bruins’ MVPs


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UCLA reciever Nelson Rosario (above, left) and linebacker Patrick Larimore (right) have been named the offensive and defensive most valuable players. The two were honored at the team banquet Monday.

Larimore, a junior, led the team with 82 tackles this season, 50 of which were solo. He returned an
interception 35 yards for a touchdown against Oregon in the Pac-12 Conference championship game.


Rosario, a senior, led the team with 61 receptions and 1,106 receiving yards. He ranks seventh in receptions and fifth in receiving yards on UCLA’s single-season lists.


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