UCLA Football: Things We Learned from Week 1 vs. Rice

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UCLA Football: Things We Learned from Week 1 vs. Rice
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QB Brett Hundley had a great first start

The UCLA Bruins started their 2012 season in spectacular fashion, as they disposed of the Rice Owls by a score of 49-24.

Although one game has been played, the team looks completely different from a year ago. Offensively, the Bruins showed a level of excitement and inventiveness not seen in years.

Schematically, UCLA and defensive coordinator Lou Spanos pressured the opposing quarterback relentlessly. A myriad of younger players were integrated into the fold, and quarterback Brett Hundley started his collegiate career very impressively.

Here are some things we learned about the Bruins in week one.

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