UCLA Football: Grading Every New Starter's Week 1 Performance

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UCLA Football: Grading Every New Starter's Week 1 Performance
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Running back Jordon James was electric as a starter.

An array of new starters burst onto the scene very positively in UCLA's 58-20 win against Nevada in the season opener. 

It's somewhat difficult to say that any of the first-time starters had issues in such a blow out. Jim Mora was very liberal with his substitution patterns. Although a player may have started, the reserve at that position played an equal amount. 

For that reason, some of the slides will contain multiple names. In essence, there were some co-starters. Many of the co-starters unsurprisingly were true freshmen. 

Here's a look at how the first-time starters fared against the Wolf Pack.

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