Brett Hundley reviews poor performance at Oregon

Quarterback Brett Hundley didn’t go into great detail on what went wrong in his 64-yard passing performance Saturday, mostly framing the 42-14 loss at Oregon as a learning experience.

“There’s always those stepping stones that you’ve got to cross over,” he said. “That you’ve got to cross over to really become great at any position. These are games that I really believe I can learn from, and hold dear to.”

Hundley said the hit he took at Utah early this month hasn’t had a lingering effect on him either physically or mentally. The quarterback’s vision went blurry after his head hit the turf at Rice-Eccles Stadium.

Asked about offensive coordinator Noel Mazzone’s contracting playbook, he stuck to script and said the Bruins just need to execute what’s called.

— The notebook in today’s Daily News covers Hundley’s possible decline in confidence, as well as injuries (Eric Kendricks, Ellis McCarthy, etc.) and some changes in defensive starters.

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  • OCBrewin

    In less than 2 years UCLA football went from a soft, poorly motivated, poorly coached group of individuals in to a TEAM that the true Bruins can be proud of. Brett is fine & UCLA FOOTBALL is on the rise. Go Bruins!

  • jameskatt

    Brett, I wish you the best. But you’ve got to play better. Drink a quad espresso macchiato before the game to help your alertness and reflexes. Or perhaps get the offense to drink that or some RedBull. You’ve got to protect the defense by scoring.