The UCLA Football team has completed fall camp and starts preparations for Texas A&M. With kickoff almost upon us, here are five things to takeaway from fall camp.
It is time to stop dillydallying and get down to the nitty-gritty. The UCLA Football team has completed fall camp which means that the next step in preparation for 2017 is getting ready for the season opener on September 3 against Texas A&M.
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So what have we learned about the Bruins heading into the season? Here are 5 takeaways from fall camp that will help paint a picture of where UCLA is going to look like in 2017.
1. An improved offense, but there is a rub
There’s no doubt about it, the Bruins are better with Rosen behind center. We all know the story… Rosen goes down six games in and the Bruins finish 4-8. UCLA had a myriad of problems that limited their offense, but Head Coach Jim Mora has made some coaching changes that he hopes will turn things around.
New Offensive Coordinator Jedd Fisch has taken over and will have the offense play multiple schemes. It was slow going in spring practice, but fall camp showed some progress.
The Bruins looked very good and should be a competitor… but that’s only if they stay healthy.
While the first team offense has been making strides, the second and third teams have struggled. They had their moments against a very deep and talented defense, but the production didn’t come close to that of Rosen and his squad.
Speaking of defense…