Head coach Jim Mora talks to the media about the latest plan to fix the UCLA running game, the status of Josh Rosen and the challenges that Utah presents.
New quarterback, same old problems for the UCLA offense. Perhaps “struggle” isn’t even a word that can accurately describe the UCLA’s attempt at a running game anymore. The Bruins barely have any running game to speak of after rushing for 43 yards against Washington State on Saturday.
The defense again tried to carry the load, but couldn’t contain WSU’s offense enough. Head coach Jim Mora praised his defense for its grit, which he credited with keeping the Bruins in each of these past five games.
Linebacker Kenny Young said he regularly encourages the offense through its struggles, but just tries to keep doing his job on defense.
“But we can’t go out there and play,” Young said. “We did our part, but we fell short.”
- Game recap: Bruins fall to 1-3 in Pac-12 play for the first time in the Mora era as Mike Fafaul makes his first start
- Halftime notebook on Fafaul and some personnel notes
- No matter who is at QB, the offense won’t go anywhere without improvement across the board
- Game GIFs
- Video interviews
Quarterback Mike Fafaul talks about starting for Josh Rosen and UCLA’s 27-21 loss to Washington State.
Receiver Darren Andrews talks about the frustrations on offense and sticking together as a team.
Running back Bolu Olorunfunmi talks about simplifying the running game and being “close” but not “there” on offense.