Sun Bowl 2013: 10 Things We Learned from Virginia Tech vs. UCLA

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Sun Bowl 2013: 10 Things We Learned from Virginia Tech vs. UCLA
Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

The UCLA Bruins defeated the Virginia Tech Hokies, 42-12, in the 80th annual Sun Bowl on Tuesday.

It was a dominant performance by the Bruins, who pulled away for good early in the fourth quarter.

UCLA's outstanding group of linebackers were the difference. Senior Jordan Zumwalt, in particular, hit everything in sight and knocked Hokies quarterback Logan Thomas out of the game in the second quarter. 

Freshman Myles Jack was equally as good and capped off his day with a 24-yard interception return for a touchdown. Jack needs to focus on his defense, as he could be a future first-round NFL draft pick. He's that good.

Sophomore quarterback Brett Hundley stood out as well, running for 161 yards, passing for 223 yards and accounting for four touchdowns.

Here are 10 things we learned from UCLA's victory over Virginia Tech in the 2013 Sun Bowl. 

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