6. UCLA will win more than three games, but how much, exactly?
UCLA will win more than three games this season, that is guaranteed. With a relatively easy home slate (sans Oklahoma), the Bruins should at least win five games at home. But what about on the road? I could see them getting 1-3 wins, which would result in 6-8 total wins in 2019.
7. Theo Howard, the receiver of your dreams
Aside from his form and speed, do you know what else is impressive about Howard? The fact that he did not drop a single ball thrown his way in 2018. So in 2019, he is going to be a player to watch, not just on this team, but in the nation!
8. Darnay Holmes is the cornerback of your nightmares
Attention offensives that are going against UCLA, do not throw in the direction of Holmes. He will lay out your receiver! Either that or get the INT and take it back for a pick six. Your choice.
9. A faster offense?
So now that the offense knows what they have to do collectively, the pace will definitely pick up, meaning that Chip Kelly‘s plan is coming to fruition. Though the Bruins may not replicate the Oregon Blur, they will definitely create the UCLA speed.
10. San Diego State should not be looked over
Though the Aztecs uncharacteristically had a late-season meltdown in 2018, they are still one of the best teams in the Mountain West. SDSU returns a lot of talent on both sides of the ball and will give the Bruins a tough early season matchup.