UCLA Football: Farewell Seniors


As the 2014-15 football season comes to a close, its time to say goodbye to our seniors and Brett Hundley, who was honored at senior day, as we wish them luck at the next level or in their future endeavors. Go Joe Bruin and UCLA fans everywhere wish the best for those veterans on the roster:

#6 Jordon James

#6 Eric Kendricks

#17 Brett Hundley

#23 Anthony Jefferson

#25 Drew Huusfeldt

#31 Librado Barocio

#48 Tre Hale

#53 Ryan Hofmeister

#78 Malcolm Bunche

#94 Owamagbe Odighizuwa

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Farewell to Eric Kendricks and his flawless open field tackling that has spoiled Bruin fans throughout his career. Oh, and farewell to his national best 303 solo tackles since 2005.

Farewell to Anthony Jefferson and his lock-down coverage that has been the difference in many games throughout his career.

Farewell to Brett Hundley and his laser passes that zip along a tight wire into the hands of Devin Fuller, cutting across the field.

Farewell to Owamagbe Odigizuwah and his beastly pursuit of quarterbacks who forget that he has more muscle in one arm than their entire offensive line combined.

Farewell to this astounding group of men that have so well represented UCLA as a team and an institution, sticking with the team through it’s coaching change and putting the Bruins back in the national picture. Without them, UCLA might still be where it was at when they had to petition for a bowl bid, going on to lose to Illinois in the Craft Fight Hunger Bowl.

Over the course of their careers, UCLA has gone from USC’s punching bag to their big brother, winning three straight games over them and reestablishing their dominance in Los Angles. Should you continue football, playing on Sundays in the NFL or internationally, we wish you the best, and if not, Bruin fans know that your brilliant education and work ethic developed at UCLA will help you find success in whatever you do. Farewell, Bruins — but before you go, do us all a favor and beat K-State.