UCLA Football: Go Joe Bruin Talks To MarkRogersTV About The Running Backs and Receivers


Go Joe Bruin continues their discussion about the UCLA Football team with MarkRogersTV, this time touching on the running backs and wide receivers.

The last time I talked with college football analyst Mark Rogers of MarkRogersTV, I had discussed the quarterback situation with UCLA Football.

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The Bruins will be returning stud quarterback Josh Rosen after a tremendous true freshman season and this year he has a ton of weapons to work with on offense.

In these next two episodes, I discuss the offensive parts surrounding Rosen and the quarterbacks as the two topics of conversation focus on the running backs and the receivers.

The Bruins lose three of their top wide receivers to the NFL, but have stocked up and and are deeper than previous years. I discuss how players like Darren Andrews, Kenny Walker, Theo Howard and converted defensive back Ishmael Adams fit into the passing game.

I also talk about the five freshmen WRs coming this fall, which is the most for UCLA entering fall camp in recent years.

The running back unit is quite possibly my favorite heading into 2016. With Paul Perkins heading to the NFL, the ground game will be handed over to the three-headed monster of Nate Starks, Soso Jamabo and Bolu Olorunfunmi.

This season, the RBs will have help in the backfield as new Offensive Coordinator

Kennedy Polamalu

will be utilizing true fullbacks. I discuss who will handle those responsibilities and how it will affect the UCLA Football offense.

Next week I will join Rogers to discuss the UCLA defense and how Defensive Coordinator

Tom Bradley

will look to improve his group with a 4-3 formation.

For more college football coverage, visit MarkRogersTV on YouTube.

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