UCLA-San Diego State: Bruins Show Progress in 33-14 Victory Over Aztecs

Posted by Derek Hart on September-8-2009 Add Comments

For the first 12 minutes of the UCLA-San Diego State football game at the Rose Bowl, it seemed that the Bruins would be the same old team that went 4-8 a year ago.

The Bruins were shooting themselves in the foot, committing four penalties and a turnover that led to 14 Aztec points, including a 78-yard touchdown pass from Ryan Lindley to Vincent Brown, giving UCLA a 14-3 deficit.

Then the Bruins woke up.

After obviously making some adjustments on defense, UCLA's defense tightened up on San Diego State, allowing only 39 yards rushing for the night.  The Aztec offense did nothing for the remaining three quarters, constantly going three-and-out and getting three passes intercepted by Rahim Moore&...

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