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Did he mail it in or what.
Simply amazing that he can't scheme any offensive plays to beat this ferocious bear defense.
Win we shall, yes we can, yes we will.
they just look soft and pathetic
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Is definitely not who I would hire if I was in Sumlin's position...
Surely this will make Sumlin rethink the idea of hiring this guy.
This is so predictable...yeah, let's not give this guy a chance because of one game. This reminds me of last year's UH/Southern Miss game.
UCLA had some offensive line injuries and had to replace two starters I believe. That contributed to the five sacks in the first half. It was rather surprising to see Franklin unable to get out of the blocks. Started to make me wonder how good the PAC12 is this year.
I think they were down three offensive lineman from the end of the season including the center and a tackle. That's going to be difficult to adjust to on the fly.
A few things hat stuck out to me though were that Baylor just physically manhandled them. They only threw the ball like 15 times all game. UCLA just looked outgunned. Also, Hundley didn't recognize defenses well at all. Several times Baylor brought everyone on the field and he couldn't get rid of the ball. Reminded me of when Baylor played K State, they were just bringing everyone and they couldn't figure it out. No screens, no RBs releasing underneath, just standing there and taking hits.
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Baylor allowed 38 points a game this season, and it took UCLA 23 minutes to get their first point.
That's incredible, I don't care how many O-linemen are hurt.
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