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Coming into this game, I felt that Nebraska would win, but that it wasn't far from a tossup.
UCLA not only pulled off the win, but did it in impressive fashion.
The Bruins put up 653 yards on what was supposed to be a solid Nebraska defense. Yes, they lost guys like Carl Pelini, Lavonte David and Alfonzo Dennard, but I still didn't think they would regress a whole lot.
That prediction sure looks to be wrong, as their defense looked absolutely awful Saturday night.
It's hard to tell if UCLA's offense is actually good or not under Jim Mora, but one thing is for sure: the UCLA offense has been very bad for a long, long time now.
Maybe a new face to run this team is just what they needed. Either way, there's still no excuse for Nebraska to be giving up that many yards and points.
At least their offense looked good, even without Rex Burkhead.
Still, this defense needs to improve mightily if they want to contend in the Legends Division.