Oct 18, 2014; Berkeley, CA, USA; UCLA Bruins head coach Jim Mora Jr. stands on the field before the start of the game against the California Golden Bears at Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports
Here are five things we learned about the UCLA Football team from the last two weeks of fall camp in San Bernardino.
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Fall camp for UCLA is now over as the Bruins head back to Westwood to prepare for the season which begins in less than two weeks. It was an eventful camp at Cal State San Bernardino that taught us a lot about the Bruins in the last fortnight which has answered several questions, raised new ones and even brought about several statement performances.
With the entire team out for fall camp in a secluded location, being in San Bernardino was a chance for everyone on the team to get on the same page in regards to how the UCLA Football team is going to operate this season.
There were things we saw (and read from several UCLA Football beat writers) that we expected, but it was also a chance to discover new things about the Bruins, which we were very happy about.
So here are 5 things that we learned from UCLA Football fall camp…
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