It’s no secret that UCLA hasn’t lived up to expectations this season.
Twenty-six games into the season, the Bruins are miles away from their No. 13 preseason ranking and well separated from the budding hype that this team might adorn the new Pauley Pavilion with a championship banner.
While UCLA fell short of expectations six games into the season by losing the first game in New Pauley to Cal Poly, there have been bright spots on the team.
The Bruins may have collectively fallen short of expectations to this point, but some of them have lived up to, or even exceeded, their individual expectations.
Here’s a look at which Bruins have met or fallen short of the expectations that were set for them at the beginning of the season.