Jonathan Khamis has a video recap of UCLA’s 22-13 loss to Stanford, including comments from head coach Jim Mora, quarterback Josh Rosen and linebacker Kenny Young.
Click the photo above (or HERE) to see photos of UCLA’s 22-13 loss to Stanford on Saturday.
Above, clockwise from top left: Stanford WR JJ Arcega-Whiteside grabs the game-winning touchdown over UCLA DB Nate Meadors; UCLA DL Matt Dickerson jumps to try to clock a field goal; Stanford RB Christian McCaffrey bursts through the line; UCLA TE Nate Iese catches a touchdown (Photos by Ed Crisostomo, Orange County Register/SCNG)
UCLA came up just short Saturday night against Stanford, giving up the game-winning touchdown with 24 seconds left after holding the Cardinal out of the end zone for nearly the entire game. It was Stanford’s ninth straight win against the Bruins and sixth in the Jim Mora era.
Here’s some reaction from the sad/mad/frustrated Bruin fans
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Quarterback Josh Rosen talks about his game against Stanford, rebounding for next week and operating while the running game struggles.
Linebacker Kenny Young talks about the defense giving up the game-winning touchdown with 24 seconds left, matching Stanford’s physicality and finishing a game.
Tight end Nate Iese talks about his five-catch game against the Cardinal, working with Rosen and the loss to Stanford.
Head coach Jim Mora talks about the disappointment of losing to Stanford, the problems with the running game and the physicality of the defense.
Defensive coordinator Tom Bradley talks about the final drive in which UCLA gave up the game-winning touchdown and how his defense performed against Christian McCaffrey.
Offensive coordinator Kennedy Polamalu talks about what he needs to do to get the running game going, how Josh Rosen played against Stanford and the constant drops from the receivers.