Kenny Young and Nate Meadors can be friends again.
The two were briefly pitted against each other in the team’s Blue vs. White spring game on Saturday and after Young’s White Team won 17-10 over Meadors’ Blue squad, the two will reconcile over a dinner of Roscoe’s chicken and waffles on Meadors’ dime. (Meadors was hurt and didn’t play in the game, but is still on the hook for the pregame bet, Young said.)
But more importantly than chicken-fueled bets for the Bruins is the completion of their spring campaign and the beginning of the next phase of their offseason.
“This is the summer of improvement,” offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch said.
With their third offense in as many years after their worst season of the Jim Mora era, the Bruins enter a critical summer during which the players must take responsibility to push the team forward.
- Fisch and Tom Bradley
- Blue Team: Josh Rosen and Rick Wade
- White Team: Young and Adarius Pickett
Here are notes/observations from the spring game: Continue reading “UCLA spring football day 15: Bruins move into ‘summer of improvement’” »