UCLA Football: Five Players That Need To Step Up With Myles Jack Out

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Nov 8, 2014; Seattle, WA, USA; UCLA Bruins running back Myles Jack (30) rushes for a 28-yard touchdown against the Washington Huskies during the second quarter at Husky Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

With UCLA Football Superstar Myles Jack out for the season with a knee injury, we look to five players that need to step up in his place.

If you are a UCLA Football fan, chances are you have already heard: Myles Jack is out for the season with a knee injury. Head Coach Jim Mora confirmed it this morning and the collective jaws of the Bruin faithful dropped in unison.

Myles Jack, two-way player extraordinaire, will not play another down for UCLA football this season.

It pains me, it pains you, but just like life, we have to move on.

So who are the players that will need to step up for the Bruins the rest of this season? We know that the Bruins are deep in several positions, which helps to slow the pain of a Jack-less Bruin team, so who are these Bruins that need to up their game for UCLA Football?

The Bruins have done a fine job all around in both recruiting and developing several fine football players and a few of them will be needed to help fill the void left by Jack. Make no mistake, there is no one on the team that can do what Jack does, but collectively, UCLA Football has several players that can come in and take control.

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