Defensive lineman Eddie Vanderdoes talks about UCLA’s 27-21 loss to WSU and the mental state of the team following back to back losses.
Linebacker Kenny Young talks about the frustrations of yet another Pac-12 loss and the need to bounce back.
UCLA can’t afford to drop to 1-3 in the Pac-12 on Saturday, but might have to take on Washington State without starting quarterback Josh Rosen.
Rosen, ailing from shoulder and hip injuries, is questionable for Saturday’s game. His presence is one of the few good things working for the UCLA offense this season, even though he hasn’t nearly been at his best.
UCLA’s game kicks off at 7:30 p.m. in Martin Stadium. ESPN has the TV broadcast and AM 570 has the radio broadcast.
UCLA will start the second half of its season Saturday against Washington State at 7:30 p.m. in Pullman. It’s been an underwhelming and inconsistent first six games of the year for the Bruins. For a quick recap: