81. More power runs?
Kelly has Irby, Jahmon McClendon, and Sitiveni Kaufusi to help out with the power run, which tells me that the coach will strive for more plays in between the gaps. If the Bruins can make this a part of their set, they could do some damage with some thunder and lightning action.
82. Brotherly love: Leni Toailoa and Lokeni Toailoa
The Toailoa brothers have endured a lot during their time in Westwood but have hung in there through all the changes. Though they have not earned consistent starting spots, the defense would be nowhere without their contributions. Because of injuries, both were switching between inside and outside linebacker spots to hold down the fort. Though several LBs will recover from their injuries, a lot of pressure will be taken off of these two, but something tells me they will make a name for themselves this season.
83. The measure of power: playing USC at the Coliseum
And by the measure of power, I mean how many points does UCLA need to win by to get Clay Helton fired because the Bruins should aim just below that. Let’s face it, the Bruins are on the upswing and the Trojans are in the midst of an underwhelming season, but in all seriousness, could this be Helton’s last?
84. WR Michael Ezeike will turn heads
Ezeike was another freshman that saw a lot of playing time in 2018. Though he had his learning curves, he showed a lot of potential. That is why he should be one of the more sought after receivers next season.
85. The Chip Kelly factor
When Jim Mora was in charge, fans knew what games we were winning and losing. There were no surprises. That changes with Kelly who has the foresight and determination to get wins, which is why the UCLA football team should get a few out-of-the-blue wins this season.