UCLA FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK: Defense wants to keep opposing QBs running in place

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It seems the biggest difference between UCLA's loss to No. 15 Arizona and its win over Oregon State was not the opposing quarterback's arm, but his legs.

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#1 Nov 10, 2010
good job bruins

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