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September 20, 2007 at 2:27 PM

Some more UCLA info

Brian Dohn of the Los Angeles Daily News has two interesting items in his UCLA blog today:
First is this chart showing how the Bruins have bounced back previously from disappointing losses. Each time, UCLA has rallied to win its next game.
I don’t think the Bruins ever rebounded while also changing QBs, however, as will happen this week as Dohn also reports that Ben Olson did not get cleared to practice today which would seem to make it unlikely that he will play at all Saturday.
That means Patrick Cowan will start, as has been detailed earlier. If Olson can’t go, UCLA’s No. 2 QB is walk-on redshirt freshman McLeod Bethel-Thompson, who has played just once in mop-up duty against Stanford.
Also on UCLA’s roster is true freshman Chris Forcier who was a Super Prep All-American last year and ranked the No. 7 “dual-threat” QB in the country last season by Rivals.com. But the Bruins are trying to redshirt him this season.

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