UCLA Football: 5 Things We Learned vs. Nebraska

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UCLA Football: 5 Things We Learned vs. Nebraska
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Damien Holmes rising his fist in triumph

The UCLA Bruins secured some time in the national spotlight after an exciting 36-30 victory over the then-No. 16 ranked Nebraska Cornhuskers.

With the win, UCLA garnered a spot in the AP Top 25 poll—now ranked as as the No. 22 team in the country. It's the first time that the Bruins have been ranked since 2007. 

Against the Cornhuskers, the Bruins demonstrated why they have an incredibly potent offense. They ran absolutely roughshod over Nebraska—to the tune of 653 total yards of offense. 

From an energy standpoint, it was an electric performance by the squad. It played with an enthusiasm not seen by a Bruins team in quite sometime.

Let's take a look at five things we learned in the contest against Nebraska. 

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