Two of UCLA’s offensive linemen spoke today about what starting a second year under Chip Kelly feels like.
The Bruins held their first training session this morning as they look to build and improve on last season’s results.
The first of three training sessions this week begins at 8 am PT today and is open to the public.
The Bruins have a lot of talent at both the receiver and tight end positions. That should make it fun to watch these guys improve over last season.
Late this afternoon, UCLA officially announced the dates and the times of the Bruins’ Spring Training sessions.
Thompson-Robinson looks to use a full off-season of preparation to help the Bruins take the next step.
After Joshua Kelley made his mark last year, the Bruins have a running back they can count on.
The line returns four of five starters from last year, but depth could be an issue.
After taking a bit of a step backwards in 2018, the defensive backs should be ready to take a leap forward in 2019.
Almost all of the Bruin linebackers are back for the 2019 season.
The young group returns almost all of its major contributors from last season.
Calling the performance of UCLA’s special teams in 2018 inconsistent might be an understatement. UCLA must improve in this unit to become competitive on the field.
UCLA Football starts spring training next week. So, we will be counting down the days with previews of the coaching staff as well as the position groups. First up is the coaches!
The Bruin grad will become the defensive backs coach at Tennessee-Martin.
When you look at who Chip Kelly and staff offered, it actually looks worse than originally thought.