Few expect UCLA to leave Eugene victorious this weekend. Oregon and its second-ranked offense is riding a streak of four straight BCS bowl berths, and looks on course for a second appearance in the national title game. Meanwhile, the Bruins are fighting through injuries and trying to rebound after Stanford delivered them their first loss of the season.
Can Jim Mora’s team pull the upset?
UCLA offense vs. Oregon defense:
If Mora sticks by his words, UCLA won’t try to bog down Oregon.
“We want to score points,” he said Thursday. “Our offense operates best when we’re going fast. That’s what we’re going to go do. We’re going to play our game. Continue reading