• UCLA Dynasty

    Wouldn’t the coach have eliminated all the conjecture if he simply disclosed the concussion? Stupid.

    • 88 Straight

      Why let Utah know ahead of time?

      • Linkster

        UCLA is a better team with with a second string qb

        • jameskatt

          UCLA still has no defense. Sad.

        • JustOwns

          Actually you maybe right. Personally, I’ve alway thought Lynch s/b the # 2 QB.

      • JustOwns

        What’s the diff 88? JImmyBall is JimmyBall whoever the QB is.

    • EncinitasBruin

      True. But Huard and his clown team owe Josh an apology for assuming it was his left pinky that was injured. What a blow hard Huard is.

  • 88 Straight

    Fire Mora NOW!

    • jameskatt

      UCLA doesn’t have $13 million to buy out Mora.

      • 88 Straight

        They’ll lose that in lost ticket sales.

    • JustOwns

      Whoa 88, had enough of JimmyBall?

      I heard the game and I imagine Mora took lots of notes.

      • 88 Straight

        Have had enough for weeks. The team jus gets worse. No tackling. No fundamentals.

        • JustOwns

          And no Head Coach.

  • Bruinsfan99

    This is sad and embarrassing. Smh

  • JustOwns

    You know what really sucks: T. N Nguyen’s Live Chat because Nguyen is the only one chatting. That chatting is her regurgitating a Tweet recap – Snore.

    Apparently fan chatting comments are too ugly, too true for Inside UCLA.

    T.N Nguyen’s “Tweety-Tweety Chat” w/b a much clearer title.

  • EncinitasBruin

    Have you noticed that losing teams usually seem to be injury-plagued? Like the Bruins. In football, if you don’t have that passion and aggressiveness that comes with a winning program (See Alabama), you lose focus—and that’s when injuries pile up. That and penalties and bad tackling. Is it any wonder, then, that UCLA is decimated by injuries? Wilson, Lasley, and now Andrews—our top 3 receivers—all out. 5 of our best defensive players. Gone. Last in the FBS in run defense despite the fact that UCLA has top 20 talent that most colleges would kill for. To sum up: Mora does less with more.