Improved UCLA Bruins Hope For Seven to Eight Wins in 2009

Posted by Matt Garcia on July-27-2009 Add Comments
Rick Neuheisel's return to UCLA got off to a great start with an opening win against Tennessee, but things quickly fell apart and the Bruins had their worst season in recent history, finishing 4-8. The Bruins offense was decimated by injury, losing their top two quarterbacks before the season started. Third string quarterback completed 20 passes to the other team, while the running game averaged only 2.6 yeards per carry behind a patchwork offensive line. Overall, the UCLA offense was offensive, their worst in more than thirty years, scoring less than 17 points per game. They consistently left the defense on the field too long. The Bruin defense gave up 29 points per game. Bruin fans are excited as the 2009 season nears. Although the...

Read Complete Article at Bleacher Report - College Football
Article is property of

Post a Comment

(required. But it will not be published)