2018 UCLA Bruins football team

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2018 UCLA Bruins football
UCLA Bruins script.svg
ConferencePac-12 Conference
DivisionSouth Division
2018 record3–9 (3–6 Pac-12)
Head coachChip Kelly (1st season)
Defensive coordinatorJerry Azzinaro (1st season)
Home stadiumRose Bowl
(Capacity: 91,136)
Seasons
← 2017
2019 →
2018 Pac-12 football standings
Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
North Division
No. 13 Washington xy$   7 2         10 4  
No. 10 Washington State x   7 2         11 2  
Stanford   6 3         9 4  
Oregon   5 4         9 4  
California   4 5         7 6  
Oregon State   1 8         2 10  
South Division
Utah xy   6 3         9 5  
Arizona State   5 4         7 6  
USC   4 5         5 7  
Arizona   4 5         5 7  
UCLA   3 6         3 9  
Colorado   2 7         5 7  
Championship: Washington 10, Utah 3
  • $ – Conference champion
  • x – Division champion/co-champions
  • y – Championship game participant
Rankings from AP Poll

The 2018 UCLA Bruins football team represented the University of California, Los Angeles in the 2018 NCAA Division I FBS football season. The Bruins were led by first-year head coach Chip Kelly and played their home games at the Rose Bowl. UCLA was a member of the Pac-12 Conference in the South Division. They began the season 0–4 for the first time since 1971,[1] as well as 0–5 for the first time since 1943, before finally winning their first game, in dominating fashion, against Cal. However, despite failing to improve upon their previous season's output of 6 wins and 7 losses and failing to qualify for a bowl game, the Bruins later defeated the USC Trojans to end a three-game losing streak in their crosstown rivalry. The Bruins finished 3–9 overall, their worst record since 1971. They went 3–6 in Pac-12 play, finishing in fifth place in the South Division.

Previous season[edit]

The Bruins began the season at 2–0, where the first win was a historic 35-point comeback against Texas A&M in front of 64,635 spectators at home on FOX.[2] At the conclusion of the second win, which was a 56–23 rout against Hawaii in front of 50,444 individuals at home on the Pac-12 Network, the Bruins were ranked No. 25 in the AP Poll. However, the Bruins would immediately be unranked after their loss at Memphis, and would have five more losses and four more wins at the conclusion of the regular season. As a result, Jim Mora was fired, a day after losing to rival USC for the third straight year, for "not [meeting] expectations" with the talent recruited.[3] Nevertheless, the Bruins participated in the 2017 Cactus Bowl against Kansas State, but they lost 17–35. The Bruins finished with an overall record 6–7, and 4–5 in conference play.

NFL Draft Selections[edit]

The Bruins had five individuals selected in the 2018 NFL Draft.[4][5]

Player Position Round Overall NFL Team
Josh Rosen Quarterback 1 10 Arizona Cardinals
Kolton Miller Tackle 1 15 Oakland Raiders
Kenny Young Linebacker 4 122 Baltimore Ravens
Scott Quessenberry Center 5 155 Los Angeles Chargers
Jordan Lasley Wide receiver 5 162 Baltimore Ravens

Preseason[edit]

Award watch lists[edit]

Listed in the order that they were released

Award Player Position Year
Lott Trophy[6] Adarius Pickett DB JR
John Mackey Award[7] Caleb Wilson TE JR
Lou Groza Award[8] JJ Molson K JR
Ray Guy Award[9] Stefan Flintoft P JR
Paul Hornung Award[10] Darnay Holmes DB/KR SO
Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award[11] Caleb Wilson TE SR

Pac-12 Media Days[edit]

The 2018 Pac-12 media day was July 25, 2018 in Hollywood, California. The Pac-12 media poll was released with the Bruins predicted to finish in fourth place at Pac-12 South division.[12]

Media poll (South)
Predicted finish Team Votes (1st place)
1 USC 225 (22)
2 Utah 209 (14)
3 Arizona 178 (3)
4 UCLA 116 (2)
5 Colorado 80 (1)
6 Arizona State 72

Recruiting[edit]

Position key[edit]

Back B Center C Cornerback CB Defensive back DB
Defensive end DE Defensive lineman DL Defensive tackle DT End E
Fullback FB Guard G Halfback HB Kicker K
Kickoff returner KR Offensive tackle OT Offensive lineman OL Linebacker LB
Long snapper LS Punter P Punt returner PR Quarterback QB
Running back RB Safety S Tight end TE Wide receiver WR

Recruits[edit]

The Bruins signed a total of 27 recruits.

Schedule[edit]

DateTimeOpponentSiteTVResultAttendance
September 14:00 p.m.Cincinnati*ESPNL 17–2654,116
September 810:00 a.m.at No. 6 Oklahoma*FOXL 21–4986,402
September 157:30 p.m.Fresno State*
  • Rose Bowl
  • Pasadena, CA
FS1L 14–3860,867
September 286:00 p.m.at ColoradoFS1L 16–3846,814
October 64:30 p.m.No. 10 Washington
  • Rose Bowl
  • Pasadena, CA
FOXL 24–3151,123
October 134:00 p.m.at CaliforniaP12NW 37–745,889
October 207:30 p.m.Arizonadagger
  • Rose Bowl
  • Pasadena, CA
ESPN2W 31–3054,686
October 267:30 p.m.No. 23 Utah
  • Rose Bowl
  • Pasadena, CA
ESPNL 10–4141,848
November 34:30 p.m.at OregonFOXL 21–4256,114
November 1011:00 a.m.at Arizona StateP12NL 28–3146,466
November 1712:30 p.m.USC
FOXW 34–2757,116
November 2412:00 p.m.Stanford
  • Rose Bowl
  • Pasadena, CA
P12NL 42–4938,391
  • *Non-conference game
  • daggerHomecoming
  • Rankings from AP Poll released prior to the game
  • All times are in Pacific time

Sources: [14][15][16]

Personnel[edit]

Coaching staff[edit]

Name Position Year at UCLA Alma mater (Year)
Chip Kelly Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator 1st New Hampshire (1990)
Dana Bible Quarterbacks Coach 1st Cincinnati (1976)
Jerry Azzinaro Defensive Coordinator 1st American International College (1982)
DeShaun Foster Running backs coach 2nd UCLA (2002)
Jimmie Dougherty Wide receivers/Passing Game Coordinator 2nd Missouri (2001)
Vince Oghobaase Defensive line coach 1st Duke (2010)
Don Pellum Linebackers coach 1st Oregon (1985)
Paul Rhoads Defensive backs coach 1st Missouri Western (1988)
Roy Manning Outside linebackers coach/Special Teams Coordinator 1st Michigan (2004)
Derek Sage Tight ends coach 1st Cal State Northridge (2003)
Justin Frye Offensive line coach 1st Indiana (2006)

Roster[edit]

2018 UCLA Bruins Roster

Quarterback

  •  3 Wilton Speight - Graduate Transfer
  •  7 Dorian Thompson-Robinson - Freshman
  • 12 Austin Burton – Redshirt Freshman
  • 15 Matt Lynch - Redshirt Sophomore
  • 17 Josiah Norwood - Freshman
  • 18 Devon Modster - Redshirt Sophomore

Running Back

  •  1 Soso Jamabo - Senior
  •  4 Bolu Olorunfunmi - Senior
  • 19 Kazmeir Allen - Freshman
  • 20 Brandon Stephens - Junior
  • 22 Kenroy Higgins II - Freshman
  • 26 Martell Irby - Freshman
  • 27 Joshua Kelley Redshirt Junior
  • 28 Cole Kinder - Redshirt Freshman

Receiver

  •  2 Kyle Philips - Freshman
  •  6 Stephen Johnson III - Redshirt Junior
  •  9 Dymond Lee - Redshirt Sophomore
  • 10 Demetric Felton - Redshirt Sophomore
  • 11 Audie Omotosho - Redshirt Sophomore
  • 14 Theo Howard - Junior
  • 17 Christian Pabico - Redshirt Senior
  • 21 Michael Ezeike - Freshman
  • 23 Chase Cota - Freshman
  • 25 Antonio Brown - Redshirt Freshman
  • 29 Delon Hurt - Freshman
  • 39 Ethan Fernea - Junior

Tight End

  • 33 Drew Platt - Redshirt Freshman
  • 81 Caleb Wilson - Redshirt Junior
  • 82 Matt Alaimo - Freshman
  • 83 David Priebe - Freshman
  • 85 Greg Dulcich - Freshman
  • 86 Devin AsiasiRedshirt Sophomore
  • 87 Jordan Wilson - Redshirt Sophomore
  • 88 Connor Beadles - Redshirt Freshman
 

Offensive Lineman

  • 55 Michael Alves - Redshirt Sophomore
  • 56 Josh Wariboko-Alali - Redshirt Junior
  • 57 Jon Gaines – Freshman
  • 60 Zack Sweeney – Redshirt Freshman
  • 61 Bryan Weitzman – Redshirt Sophomore
  • 64 Sam Marrazzo – Redshirt Freshman
  • 65 Stephen DeFranco - Freshman
  • 66 Mohamed Khalil - Freshman
  • 70 Alec Anderson – Freshman
  • 71 Baraka Beckett - Freshman
  • 72 Zach Cochrun - Redshirt Freshman
  • 73 Jake Burton - Redshirt Sophomore
  • 74 Justin Murphy - Graduate Transfer
  • 75 Boss Tagaloa - Junior
  • 76 Christaphany Murray - Freshman
  • 77 Andre James - Redshirt Junior
  • 78 Lucas Gramlick - Freshman

Defensive Lineman

  • 44 Martin Andrus – Sophomore
  • 50 Tyler Manoa – Freshman
  • 51 Martin Andrus – Sophomore
  • 53 Winston Polite – Freshman
  • 55 Steven Mason – Junior
  • 56 Atonio Mafi – Freshman
  • 85 Moses Robinson-Carr – Sophomore
  • 90 Rick Wade - Redshirt Junior
  • 91 Otito Ogbonnia - Freshman
  • 92 Osa Odighizuwa - Redshirt Sophomore
  • 93 Chigozie Nnoruka - Redshirt Junior
  • 95 Marcus Moore - Redshirt Sophomore
  • 97 Odua Isibor – Redshirt Freshman
 

Linebacker

  •  2 Josh Woods - Senior
  • 11 Keisean Lucier-South - Redshirt Junior
  • 12 Rahyme Johnson – Sophomore
  • 14 Krys Barnes - Junior
  • 15 Jaelan Phillips - Sophomore
  • 25 Tyree Thompson - Redshirt Junior
  • 26 Leni Toailoa - Redshirt Sophomore
  • 32 Mique Juarez - Redshirt Sophomore
  • 33 Bo Calvert - Freshman
  • 41 Jayce Smalley - Redshirt Freshman
  • 43 Je'Vari Anderson - Junior
  • 46 Donovan Williams - Redshirt Freshman
  • 48 Winston Anawalt - Redshirt Freshman
  • 52 Lokeni Toailoa - Junior

Defensive Back

  •  1 Darnay Holmes – Sophomore
  •  3 Rayshad Williams - Freshman
  •  4 Stephan Blaylock - Freshman
  •  6 Adarius Pickett - Redshirt Senior
  •  7 Morrell Osling III – Sophomore
  •  9 Elijah Gates – Redshirt Freshman
  • 10 Colin Samuel - Redshirt Junior
  • 19 Alex Johnson - Freshman
  • 22 Nate Meadors - Senior
  • 23 Kenny Churchwell III - Freshman
  • 24 Jay Shaw – Sophomore
  • 27 Patrick Jolly - Freshman
  • 29 Ryan Parks - Redshirt Freshman
  • 30 Elisha Guidry – Freshman
  • 31 Zack Huffstutter - Freshman
  • 35 Rahjae Johnson - Freshman
  • 37 Quinten Lake - Sophomore
  • 47 Shea Pitts - Redshirt Freshman

Punter

  • 20 Stefan Flintoft - Redshirt Senior
  • 49 Colin Flintoft - Freshman

Kicker

  • 15 Andrew Strauch - Redshirt Junior
  • 17 JJ Molson - Junior
  • 21 Quintin Wallace - Freshman

Long Snapper

  • 30 Johnny Den Bleyker - Junior
  • 58 Alex Michaelsen - Redshirt Freshman
  • 58 Koby Walsh - Redshirt Sophomore

Sources: [8]

Game summaries[edit]

Cincinnati[edit]

Overall record Last meeting Result
First meeting
Cincinnati Bearcats at UCLA Bruins
1 2 34Total
Bearcats 0 17 0926
Bruins 10 0 7017

at Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California

Although favored by two touchdowns over the Bearcats, the Chip Kelly era at UCLA got off to a disappointing start with the loss vs. Cincinnati.[19] Despite jumping out to an early 10-0 lead after one quarter of play, UCLA was slowed by the Bearcats for most of the remainder of the game. There was some brilliance rushing the ball by freshman running back Kazmeir Allen, who scored a 74-yard touchdown in the 3rd,[20] but the pass game never seemed to click (with only 162 yards in the air and no touchdowns passing,)[21] several receivers dropped critical passes, and the offense struggled for the majority of the game. Additionally, starting quarterback Wilton Speight suffered a back injury in the 2nd quarter and had to be replaced with true freshman Dorian Thompson-Robinson. A fumble by Thompson-Robinson deep in UCLA's own territory in the 4th quarter led to a costly safety, which ultimately swung the game in favor of Cincy. The "nail in the coffin" was perhaps a penalty for 12 men on the field against the Bruin defense, which came on 4th down during a critical goal line stand; this allowed Cincinnati to eventually score a touchdown rather than kick a field goal.

In all, the UCLA team was too inconsistent on the day and made too many crucial blunders to get the win against a talented Bearcats team that, though initially projected at the beginning of the year to be rather weak, would actually go on to win 10 games. After the game, Coach Kelly said in an interview that he intended to remain positive despite the loss.[22]

at Oklahoma[edit]

Overall record Last meeting Result
1–3 2005 W 41–24
UCLA Bruins at No. 6 Oklahoma Sooners
1 2 34Total
Bruins 7 0 01421
No. 6 Sooners 14 7 141449

at Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, Norman, Oklahoma

Fresno State[edit]

Overall record Last meeting Result
6–2 2008 L 31–36
Fresno State Bulldogs at UCLA Bruins
1 2 34Total
Bulldogs 13 3 15738
Bruins 0 7 7014

at Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California

at Colorado[edit]

Overall record Last meeting Result
10–3 2017 W 27–23
UCLA Bruins at Colorado Buffaloes
1 2 34Total
Bruins 10 3 3016
Buffaloes 7 7 141038

at Folsom Field, Boulder, Colorado

Yet another disappointing Bruins loss led to UCLA equaling their worst start (0-4) since 1971,[29] despite signs of improvement in the 1st half. Another lackluster performance by starting quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson led to many calling for the true freshman to be benched by Coach Kelly.[30]

Washington[edit]

Overall record Last meeting Result
39–32–2 2017 L 23–44
No. 10 Washington Huskies at UCLA Bruins
1 2 34Total
No. 10 Huskies 7 17 0731
Bruins 0 7 31424

at Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California

UCLA came close to upsetting the #10-ranked Huskies, but ultimately fell short as they started a season winless through 5 games for the first time since 1943.[33]

at California[edit]

Overall record Last meeting Result
53–33–1 2017 W 30–27
89th rivalry meeting: UCLA Bruins at California Golden Bears
1 2 34Total
Bruins 7 6 71737
Golden Bears 0 0 707

at California Memorial Stadium, Berkeley, California

Giving reason for optimism to both players[36] and fans alike, the Bruins finally earned their first victory of the season by manhandling Cal on the road, 37–7. Digging in, UCLA's defense was stout, forcing 5 turnovers (on 2 interceptions of Cal quarterback Brandon McIlwain and 3 fumble recoveries, including one that was run back for a touchdown by Keisean Lucier-South) while not surrendering any turnovers on offense themselves.[37] Bruin running back Joshua Kelley also had a tremendous game, continuing his hot streak by scoring 3 touchdowns while rushing for an impressive 157 yards on 30 carries.

A Bruin victory at California Memorial Stadium also marked UCLA's first true road win in over two years, dating back to their 17–14 triumph over Brigham Young in 2016.

Arizona[edit]

Overall record Last meeting Result
24–16–2 2017 L 30–47
Arizona Wildcats at UCLA Bruins
1 2 34Total
Wildcats 0 7 131030
Bruins 7 10 7731

at Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California

Utah[edit]

Overall record Last meeting Result
11–5 2017 L 17–48
No. 23 Utah Utes at UCLA Bruins
1 2 34Total
No. 23 Utes 3 14 21341
Bruins 7 0 3010

at Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California

at Oregon[edit]

Overall record Last meeting Result
39–28 2017 W 31–14
UCLA Bruins at Oregon Ducks
1 2 34Total
Bruins 0 7 7721
Ducks 14 7 71442

at Autzen Stadium, Eugene, Oregon

at Arizona State[edit]

Overall record Last meeting Result
20–13–1 2017 W 44–37
UCLA Bruins at Arizona State Sun Devils
1 2 34Total
Bruins 7 7 7728
Sun Devils 3 14 7731

at Sun Devil Stadium, Tempe, Arizona

USC[edit]

Overall record Last meeting Result
31–47–7 2017 L 23–28
85th Battle for the Victory Bell: USC Trojans at UCLA Bruins
1 2 34Total
Trojans 10 14 3027
Bruins 14 7 01334

at Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California

Joshua Kelley ran for 289 yards and 2 TDs, leading the Bruins to a 34-27 victory. His 289 yards comprised the 3rd-highest single-game tally in UCLA history, and the most rushing yards by a Bruin in a game against their crosstown rival USC.[46] After a back-and-forth game, Kelley scored a 55-yard touchdown with 10:39 remaining in the 4th quarter to give UCLA the lead, which they were able to maintain. With the win, UCLA were able to finally reclaim the rights to the coveted Victory Bell for the first time in four years.

Stanford[edit]

Overall record Last meeting Result
45–41–3 2017 L 34–58
Stanford Cardinal at UCLA Bruins
1 2 34Total
Cardinal 10 17 14849
Bruins 6 14 16642

at Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California

The Bruins had possession of the ball twice in the final ​3 12 minutes of the game, but failed to go ahead or even the score on both drives in a 49–42 defeat to Stanford. Cardinal quarterback K. J. Costello threw a career-high five touchdowns, including three to receiver JJ Arcega-Whiteside. UCLA had scored 15 unanswered points to briefly take the lead in the fourth quarter but ultimately suffered their 11th straight loss to the Cardinal.[50]

Speight threw for a career-high 466 yards in his final collegiate game, and despite the loss, the Bruins accumulated a season-high 528 yards of total offense. Tight end Caleb Wilson added 184 yards receiving. The Rose Bowl attendance of 38,391 was the Bruins' smallest home crowd since 1997. UCLA finished the season with a 3–9 record, their worst since going 2–7–1 in 1971.[50]

Honors[edit]

Pac-12[edit]

Team Player Position Year
First Caleb Wilson TE JR
Second Adarius Pickett DB SR
Honorable Stefan Flintoft P SR
Honorable Darnay Holmes DB SO
Honorable Theo Howard WR JR
Honorable Joshua Kelley RB JR
Honorable J.J. Molson PK JR

[51]

Players drafted into the NFL[edit]

Round Pick Player Position NFL Club
7 254 Caleb Wilson TE Arizona Cardinals
Mr. Irrelevant 2019

Notes[edit]

  • August 30, 2018 – Wilton Speight named starting quarterback for the Bruins for the season opener vs. Cincinnati.
  • September 21, 2018 – Sophomore QB Devon Modster announces his intentions to transfer from UCLA.[52]
  • October 15, 2018 – Keisean Lucier-South named Pac-12 Conference Defensive Player of the Week.
  • November 19, 2018 – Joshua Kelley named Pac-12 Conference Offensive Player of the Week.

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