UCLA's defense doesn't rest until vic...

UCLA's defense doesn't rest until victory achieved at Tennessee

There are 37 comments on the LA Daily News story from Sep 13, 2009, titled UCLA's defense doesn't rest until victory achieved at Tennessee. In it, LA Daily News reports that:

It is five minutes after UCLA's gritty 19-15 victory over Tennessee at Neyland Stadium, and Tony Dye cannot move.

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Phil Corn

Newhall, CA

#1 Sep 13, 2009
Great win. Great defense. Same old offense. But what ingenious strategy, coach Rick, in those final, hectic two minutes. Memo: If you're not going to attempt to get the first down that wins you the ball game, you sneak it THREE times to burn up max clock, then snap it out of the end zone for a meaningless safety. Miraculously, your back recovered his amazingly ill-timed fumble and your opponent has an even worse offense than do you. The Bruins don't need another brainless coaching staff handicapping their kids' efforts. We've lived this nightmare far too long.
the king

Highland, CA

#2 Sep 13, 2009
Great job UCLA I love the passion displayed by the enitre team beginning with coach Rick!!!
Vernon Cook

Thousand Oaks, CA

#3 Sep 13, 2009
When Prince was hit in the end zone and cut...I'm curious..I thought it was a clear personal foul...helmet to helmet. 15 yards, first down, drive continues. No one mentioned a foul and the play resulted in a safety. I thought head shots were clearly illegal.
Duane

United States

#4 Sep 13, 2009
Vernon Cook wrote:
When Prince was hit in the end zone and cut...I'm curious..I thought it was a clear personal foul...helmet to helmet. 15 yards, first down, drive continues. No one mentioned a foul and the play resulted in a safety. I thought head shots were clearly illegal.
Interesting observation. I thought the same thing. But I gave the refs the benefit of the doubt since they were closer to the action than I was. Fortunately, all's well that ends well.
Jack

Simi Valley, CA

#5 Sep 13, 2009
Bruins great win in the Big Bad SEC...I wonder if Tennesse fans are feeling the same way about mighty Kiffin that SC fans saw during his time as OC there....he is all smoke and mirros and thinks that he is smarter than everyone else? In regard to the offense...trust in Chow...he is the best in the business...remember it took Carson Palmer nearly a year and a half for it to click...when it did...Heisman trophy.
Kathy

Oceanside, CA

#6 Sep 13, 2009
Refs were doing all they could to WIN the game for TN. Yes, the non-call on the personal foul-helmet to helmet on Prince. In the next series, after the interception to end the game, they throw an offside on the Bruins and a do over. SEC home cooking.

GO BRUINS!
Rick

Rancho Palos Verdes, CA

#7 Sep 13, 2009
Crapton is terrible, wait until UCLA plays a team with a quarterback. He looked worse than craft.
Duane

United States

#8 Sep 13, 2009
Phil Corn wrote:
Great win. Great defense. Same old offense. But what ingenious strategy, coach Rick, in those final, hectic two minutes. Memo: If you're not going to attempt to get the first down that wins you the ball game, you sneak it THREE times to burn up max clock, then snap it out of the end zone for a meaningless safety. Miraculously, your back recovered his amazingly ill-timed fumble and your opponent has an even worse offense than do you. The Bruins don't need another brainless coaching staff handicapping their kids' efforts. We've lived this nightmare far too long.
You're certainly right about the fumble being ill-timed, but I wonder when is a good time to fumble?

UCLA ROB

“Jackie Robinson B-4 a Dodger”

Since: Jul 08

Location hidden

#9 Sep 13, 2009
Rick wrote:
Crapton is terrible, wait until UCLA plays a team with a quarterback. He looked worse than craft.
You don't shyt, you predictions of UCLA starting the season at 0-3 and getting killed by Tennessee and SDSU, proves you're a moron and also that UCLA would be 3-9 this year...so according to your prediction, UCLA will lose 9 of their next 10 games right "Rick"?(turd on the hill, AKA usc steve...etc, etc.) Don't give up you day job as a toilet scrubber in Rancho Palos Verdes.

manhattan_beach_ dude

“Go BRUINS ”

Since: Jan 09

Manhattan Beach CA

#11 Sep 13, 2009
UCLA ROB wrote:
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You don't shyt, you predictions of UCLA starting the season at 0-3 and getting killed by Tennessee and SDSU, proves you're a moron and also that UCLA would be 3-9 this year...so according to your prediction, UCLA will lose 9 of their next 10 games right "Rick"?(turd on the hill, AKA usc steve...etc, etc.) Don't give up you day job as a toilet scrubber in Rancho Palos Verdes.
ROB it's the scitzo "fool on the hill" again, of course with a new name
Get Sober

Crossville, TN

#12 Sep 13, 2009
Greetings UCLA Rob and MBD!

Bruin fans:
UCLA won a physical game with an impressive Red Zone stop. QB Prince played tough. I wonder how many hard shots he took yesterday? Your special teams were superb.
Is that enough? You've got reasons to be happy.
Joe

United States

#13 Sep 13, 2009
That was the game I was looking for. Tennessee fans, SEC fans, and the media thought Tennessee was going to roll and win by like 4 touchdowns. I knew it had to be a good defensive game between two very good defensive teams.

Good game, let's focus on K-State next week.

GO BRUINS!!!!
Glenn Beck rules

Lancaster, CA

#14 Sep 13, 2009
These guys have a right to feel a great amount of pride. I am so proud of these very young men on the offense who battled against a tough VOL defense.
My hat is off to you BRUIN warriors! Congratulations.
jolly roger

AOL

#15 Sep 13, 2009
A very nice article. Welcome to UCLA, Mr Gold!!!

UCLA ROB

“Jackie Robinson B-4 a Dodger”

Since: Jul 08

Location hidden

#16 Sep 13, 2009
Get Sober wrote:
Greetings UCLA Rob and MBD!
Bruin fans:
UCLA won a physical game with an impressive Red Zone stop. QB Prince played tough. I wonder how many hard shots he took yesterday? Your special teams were superb.
Is that enough? You've got reasons to be happy.
I just heard that our QB Kevin Prince is out 3-4 weeks with a broken jaw, suffered on that safety in which he took a helmet hit - not called by the refs. But it's okay, my boy Richard Brehaut is ready to take over in Prince's absence and show why I've said all along that he was as good a QB as Matt Barkly, FACT!

manhattan_beach_ dude

“Go BRUINS ”

Since: Jan 09

Manhattan Beach CA

#17 Sep 13, 2009
UCLA ROB wrote:
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I just heard that our QB Kevin Prince is out 3-4 weeks with a broken jaw, suffered on that safety in which he took a helmet hit - not called by the refs. But it's okay, my boy Richard Brehaut is ready to take over in Prince's absence and show why I've said all along that he was as good a QB as Matt Barkly, FACT!
I wonder why there wasn't a call on thatn play, thats buss shyt! besides he got the ball out of the endzone.

Can't remember the last time we had a kick off guy put in the endzone so many times, thats BIG!

UCLA ROB

“Jackie Robinson B-4 a Dodger”

Since: Jul 08

Location hidden

#18 Sep 13, 2009
manhattan_beach_dude wrote:
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I wonder why there wasn't a call on thatn play, thats buss shyt! besides he got the ball out of the endzone.
Can't remember the last time we had a kick off guy put in the endzone so many times, thats BIG!
The refs made it really tough for the Bruins yesterday to win. I can't remember either when we had a kicker that constantly kicked it into and out of the end zone.

manhattan_beach_ dude

“Go BRUINS ”

Since: Jan 09

Manhattan Beach CA

#19 Sep 13, 2009
UCLA ROB wrote:
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The refs made it really tough for the Bruins yesterday to win. I can't remember either when we had a kicker that constantly kicked it into and out of the end zone.
"I can't remember either when we had a kicker that constantly kicked it into and out of the end zone"

Sweet though, its big starting at the 20 rather than 35-40
mds

San Jose, CA

#20 Sep 13, 2009
Great article Jon!
TheDude

Van Nuys, CA

#21 Sep 14, 2009
Rick wrote:
Crapton is terrible, wait until UCLA plays a team with a quarterback. He looked worse than craft.
usc's QB stinks. He has been saved by those around him. You fools will find that out in the next few weeks, when his bravado turns into tears of frustration, and the filthy poodle throws him to the woves to save his own behind.

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