Nov 8, 2014; Austin, TX, USA; (Editors note: Caption correction) West Virginia Mountaineers senior associate head coach Tom Bradley prior to kickoff against the Texas Longhorns at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brendan Maloney-USA TODAY Sports
Top Story Lines
So here are a few story lines to watch for during fall camp:
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Quarterback Battle – Head coach Jim Mora has not listed a starting quarterback going into the 2015 season and will have QBs Jerry Neuheisel, Josh Rosen and Mike Fafaul battle it out in San Bernardino.
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The New Defensive Coordinator – This will be Tom Bradley‘s first fall camp with UCLA Football. Bradley spent Spring Practice analyzing the defense and the players and now gets to tinker with all of it and implement his defense for 2015.
The Experienced Offensive Line – UCLA Football’s offensive line has the most collective starts of any team in the nation. Last season it took a few games for the Bruins to get things together but ended strong. This year could be even better with senior center Jake Brendel leading the charge along with juniors Caleb Benenoch, Alex Redmond and Conor McDermott.
A Loaded Linebacking Corps – The Bruin linebackers are getting a lot of attention, namely because of players like Myles Jack, Deon Hollins and Kenny Young. Behind them is a lot of young talent that will have the defense stable this season and for several seasons to come.
17 Returning Starters – The Bruins have depth, experience and talent as they return the most starters in the Jim Mora era.