One good statistical note for UCLA

Nelson Rosario became the seventh UCLA player to hit the 1,000-yard mark after his seven-catch, 118-yard performance against USC.

Rosario now has 55 grabs for 1,008 yards on the year – moving up to fifth on the UCLA career yardage mark with 2,209 yards – after his fourth 100-yard game of the year.

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  • Anonymous

    He would be first if not for the 25-30 drops and countless routes he’s given up on.


    And in other ‘silver lining cloud’ news, the Iranian dictator’s family says deep down he is really a good guy afterall.

  • Ley

    Third and one and Hester is still playing 12 yards off the line of scrimmage!!! A scared DB and a worthless Defensive. Co- ordinate make for a 55-0 embarrassment , clean out the whole coaching staff a huge change is needed,

  • timmah

    Anon/Be Real lol

  • Change starts at the top! Fire Dan Guerrero. He cannot be allowed to hire another coach. He has now hired the two worst coaches in UCLA Football history.

  • Other good news

    We held them under 100!! Woo Hoo!!

  • Anonymous

    UCLA is finally getting rid of their unreliable receivers. I remember seeing Taylor Embree at the westwood Ralph’s, buying a handle after their first win. The players are undisciplined and their lack of effort shows it.

  • Gutty Lil Bruin

    Rick needs to recruit more receivers like Nelson. One of the all time great Bruin receivers. Everyone needs to calm down with the demands to fire Rick and Dan G.. His coaching was the only thing that kept us within 50 points. We are the PAC 12 South champs and might get to a bowl game. Rick did the best he could with our talent. The game was closer than the score indicated. Let’s fight hard in the championship game and then let Rick get out there and recruit. He will continue to close that gap with U$C by outrecruiting them. (he can show recruits that UCLA plays for championships and bowl games while Trojans cheaters go nowhere)!

  • Anonymous

    The one and only thing that gave UCLA a chance against USC was the possibility that Nelson Rosario would have a JJ Stokes like game to spark an upset. The Bruins didn’t go to him often enough, and Prince was missing easy passes. Bad result.