The UCLA Football remains #13 in this week’s AP Poll.
The Bruins will stay at 13 in this week’s AP Poll after they flexed their muscles in a 34-16 victory over the Virginia Cavaliers. In contrast to last season’s victory at Virginia, the Bruins did not move down in the poll.
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The difference? A solid O-line, improved quarterback play, exceptional receiving, a menacing defensive line… just to name a few.
The fact of the matter is that this Jim Mora team looks the best it has been in his four years as head coach. There is stability, energy and most of all confidence. This team looks good and they know it.
Although there is one draw back. The Bruins will have to go the rest of the season without one of their big guys up front as Eddie Vanderdoes tore his ACL and is out for 2015. Still, expect Defensive Coordinator Tom Bradley to find a way to fill in for the loss of his defensive tackle.
As for the rest of the Pac-12, here are their rankings this week:
#7 Oregon, #8 USC, #22 Arizona and #24 Utah. Utah enters the top 25 as both Stanford and Arizona State make an exit after week one losses.
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