Interim head coach Jedd Fisch (center), linebacker Kenny Young (left) and quarterback Devon Modster (right) talk about UCLA’s second-half struggles against Kansas State, the key moment that the game shifted away from the Bruins, and Fisch’s thoughts on Josh Rosen‘s future.
Linebacker Kenny Young talks about what message Scott White gave him for the bowl game, getting ready to play his last game in a UCLA jersey and facing Kansas State.
Senior linebacker Kenny Young has accepted an invitation to play in the East-West Shrine Game, the event announced on Sunday.
Young, UCLA’s leading tackler, is the first UCLA senior to accept an invitation to an senior showcase game so far. He had 101 tackles on the year and his 9.2 tackles per game average is second in the Pac-12. He was named first-team All-Pac-12 this year for the first time of his career.
The game will be held Jan. 20, 2018 at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla., at noon with an NFL Network TV broadcast.
With 101 tackles on the year, senior linebacker Kenny Young earned his first career first-team All-Pac-12 honor on Tuesday, along with second-team honors for quarterback Josh Rosen, offensive tackle Kolton Miller and safety Jaleel Wadood.
Receivers Darren Andrews and Jordan Lasley, offensive linemen Scott Quessenberry and Najee Toran and defensive lineman Jacob Tuioti-Mariner were named honorable mentions.
More on UCLA’s all-conference performers.
Linebacker Kenny Young talks about playing in his final home game this week, playing for Jim Mora and the defense’s improvement against USC.