This should be a very convincing UCLA Football victory (and hopefully go 2-0). Though I pray for a shut out, after further analysis of this Rebel team. I do not think it will be that easy. Last year the Bruins had a shut out until just over 10 minutes left in the game.
This year, with the experience and improvements of Tony Sanchez’s Rebels, if they can exploit the run game they could rattle off a couple touchdowns, but that is it.
Oppositely, the Bruin’s offense should be effective on the ground and through the air. Rosen will be hot. Soso Jamabo will be hot. Conor McDermott will be hot. The Bruins will be hot. Last year UCLA totaled 526 yards. Eclipsing that mark should not be a problem in front of the home crowd for the first game at the Rose Bowl of the 2016 season.
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UNLV Rebels 9 – UCLA Bruins 42