UCLA at UNLV: Keys to Victory


Here are the keys to victory for UCLA when they travel to Sam Boyd Stadium to face the Rebels on Saturday.

Live Feed

10 Worst Trades In Miami Dolphins History
10 Worst Trades In Miami Dolphins History /

Phin Phanatic

  • The 2023 NFL Draft: What we can learn from the 2018 QB classWith the First Pick
  • 3 Browns players that need to stand out in preseason Week 3Dawg Pound Daily
  • Josh Rosen could waste another golden NFL opportunityFanSided
  • 3 young Cleveland Browns likely to be cut before the 2022 seasonDawg Pound Daily
  • 3 Cleveland Browns players to watch in Preseason Week 1Dawg Pound Daily
  • 1. Don’t Get Hurt –

    The Bruins are still smarting from losing “Chesseburger”

    Eddie Vanderdoes

    for the season in an otherwise glorious opening game against Virginia. With tougher opponents on the horizen (BYU, Arizona, ASU and Stanford), getting out of the desert healthy should be a priority for UCLA. With that in mind, the Bruins should …

    If Bruin fans aren’t on their way here by about 915 pm, something has gone terribly awry. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

    2. Not Screw Around Early – This is the Rebels home opener on a snazzy new field with a snazzy new local legend coach. UNLV came out with their hair on fire against a good (for the MAC) Northern Illinois team on the road and took a 17-3 lead. That’s probably not going to happen this week, but if the Bruins are sluggish and let them hang around (kind of like Memphis last year) there could be issues. Don’t keep the starters in any longer than necessary so that (remember Key #1) the Bruins…

    3. Don’t Get Hurt – C’mon. UCLA is a 30 point favorite. Take care of buisness please so we can all have a nice time in Sin City.

    Go Bruins

    Listen to @WBJake68 on the Whats Bruin Podcast

    Next: Know Your Opponent: UCLA at UNLV

    More from Go Joe Bruin