56. Can anyone throw for over 400 yards in a game?
How good are the Bruin QBs going to be in 2019? Pretty good, but can they be 400 passing yards good? Last season, Chip Kelly molded the offense to whoever was slinging the ball around and we saw that he could plan an effective ground attack as well as an aerial assault. Against Stanford, Wilton Speight threw for 466 yards, so I expect Kelly to continue to plan around his opponent. So yes, someone will throw for 400+ yards.
57. More improvements in rush defense
UCLA improved their run defense compared the last season under Jim Mora, but they need to get better if they are going to be effective next season. It says a lot in regards to what the coaches have been able to do with this young roster, but now they have more experience and need to improve off of their 2018 numbers.
58. RB Kazmeir Allen will get his shot
Allen came in with much fanfare as a certified speedster. Unfortunately, aside from a solid first game, he did not see much of the field the rest of the year. With the offense improving and individual players being able to execute their roles in the offense, Allen should be able to build of off his 2018 experience.
59. Recruiting will get a boost with more wins
Recruiting has improved this year compared to last, but once the Bruins start bringing in wins (and recruiting seeing that Kelly’s system works), we should start to see more and more elite prospects look toward Westwood.
60. The influence of OC Justin Fyre
Frye did an amazing job with the offensive line last season, but now he has a few more responsibilities as offensive coordinator. Though Kelly will continue to shape the offense and call plays, he will use Frye’s expertise to continue to build his empire.