Brett Hundley talks about Bruins’ offense, O-line

Early this season, Brett Hundley couldn’t talk enough about UCLA’s resurgent offensive line. Since then, two starting tackles have gone down — one (Torian White) lost for the season with a broken ankle, the other (Simon Goines) still uncertain with an injured left MCL.

The quarterback’s most-used line now is talking about what he needs to do to help the five guys in front of him.

“I’ll keep my eyes down the field no matter what’s happening, what’s going on back there,” Hundley said. “I’ve just got to trust that they’re going to get the job done and do my part.”

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  • UCLA Owns the Rose Bowl

    Forgive me, but BBS (Battered Bruin Syndrome) is starting to creep up my spine….are we in for the classic second half of the season stumble with these key guys out? Need some assurances, Bruin brethren. Thoughts on how we can finish 5-1 or 4-2?

    • KG BRUIN

      I feel you… I’m glad we get Colorado at home after this brutal two game road trip. I see us finishing 9-3 but unfortunately because ASU doesn’t play Oregon that may not be enough to win the south.

    • 92104bruinfan

      Ha, I have similar symptoms. Here is my take on the schedule while trying to keep my Bruin homerism at bay that gets us to 4-2 or 5-1:
      @Oregon: Loss. Defense might keep it respectable but offense won’t be able to keep pace in Eugene.
      Colorado: Win. Bank it. Last semi-bye game of the season. Buffs are improved this season but still a ways to go.
      @Arizona: Toss-up. The Mildcats play well at home and just beat what everyone thought was an improving Utah team.
      Washington: Close Win. Home field helps. I’m not as worried as I was a couple of weeks ago. The Stanford and Oregon losses took a lot out of them evidenced by the Huskies getting smacked at ASU this past Sat night.
      ASU: Close Win. Home field helps again. ASU has a great offense but they always seem a bit off when they leave Tempe.
      @USC: Close win. Bruins haven’t won in Coliseum in a while tho SC has hardly been dominant at home versus good-not great competition this year. Also scholarship sanctions show at end of season when roster depth is needed.
      Go Bruins!

      • EncinitasBruin

        I like your picks. My only change would be to put the ASU game as a toss-up, rather than UofA. I have not been to a game at the Mausoleum in years, but am tempted to go just to walk out of the stadium in blue and gold, celebrating our win.

  • WhatsBruin

    Bruins finish 9-3…another trip to pac 12 champ game is coming. But watch out for ASU….they have an easy remaining schedule:-/

  • Bruin 34

    We can beat Oregon. Our defense proved they are legit against
    Stanford. Hundley hasn’t had two bad games in a row. I have faith in our coaches. Even if we lose to Oregon we can still go to the Rose Bowl. The culture has changed. But every dynasty takes time. We are on the right path. Go Bruins!

    • EncinitasBruin

      Love your optimism. Want to believe. You are right–after the terrible Cal game last year (Hundley’s worst as a Bruin), he played solid in the home win v Utah, and then his 4-TD coming out party v ASU. Go Bruins!

  • EncinitasBruin

    No way Stanford is beating Oregon. I think OSU has a chance of upsetting Oregon, though. If that happens, OSU will win the North (in conference, Stanford will have two losses after they lose to Oregon, to Oregon’s 1 loss and OSU’s 1 loss–OSU would win the North in head-to-head). I like our chances if we take care of business and get OSU in the P12 title game…