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UCLA ROSE BOWL ADDRESS
1001 Rose Bowl Drive
Pasadena, California 91103
UCLA ROSE BOWL PARKING:
Free parking is available at the Ralph Parson's lot at 100 W. Walnut St. , and a shuttle runs $2.00 round-trip to take you to the Rose Bowl Stadium. The shuttle runs four hours prior to game time up until one hour after the game ends.
Parking at Parson's costs $9.00. Most parking fees in Old Pasadena range from $5 and $30 per vehicle, and most lots will close an hour and a half after the game ends.
UCLA Not Satisfied After Impressive 2012 Season
After an unimpressive 2011 when the Bruins actually won the Pac-12 South Division but finished 6-8, head coach Jim Mora was brought in to help resurrect the program. Mora and the new-look Bruins went ahead and won the South Division again, beating crosstown rival USC for the first time since 2006.
Mora and the Bruins, though, are not satisfied. After losing to Stanford in the Pac-12 championship and a disappointing 49-26 loss to Baylor in the Holiday Bowl, UCLA is primed for more. Expectations are high in Westwood especially with the return of starting quarterback Brett Hundley.
As a freshman a year ago, Hundley made a statement right from the start. On his very first snap from center, Hundley executed the zone read to perfection, pulling the ball from running back Jonathan Franklin at the last possible instant, and proceeded to run 72 yards untouched for a Bruins' touchdown.
Hundley returns along with his 3,745 yards passing and 29 touchdowns. He has gained almost 20 pounds from a year ago while lowering his body fat down to 8 percent. He has a full year of offensive coordinator Noel Mazzone's offense under his belt.
What the offense will miss is Franklin, the school's career leader in rushing yards with 4,403. Franklin ran for over 1,700 yards last season and scored 12 touchdowns. On the plus side is Devin Fuller, a QB turned WR, who had an incredible spring. Fuller may be the big play candidate Mora has been searching for. The Bruins experimented some during the spring with Fuller as the Wildcat QB.
The Bruins will need to find some depth in the offensive line. They may be forced to use some of their newcomers this fall. Alberto Cid, a likely starter, has given up football due to multiple concussion injuries. At times during the spring, the Bruins had only seven healthy offensive lineman.
The injury problem has affected the defensive line as well. Nose tackle Brandon Tuliaupupu is likely out for the entire 2013 season after tearing an ACL during spring practice. His injury left the Bruins with just two able-bodied defensive tackles, Seali'I Epenesa and Eli Ankou.
The secondary will be much improved with corners Anthony Jefferson and Ishmael Adams locking down starting positions after strong springs. Jefferson seems to have finally overcome the injury bug and is living up to his billing coming out of Cathedral High School.
The Bruins will need to figure out their offensive and defensive line problems quickly. They will entertain Nevada in the Rose Bowl on August 31 in the season opener and then travel to Nebraska in week two. The other non-conference foe is New Mexico State. The Pac-12 schedule is tougher than last year now that UCLA must face Oregon, Arizona, and USC all on the road.
Regardless of the schedule, the Bruins are up to the challenge. A 3-0 start in their non-conference schedule would be a big plus since the Bruins will take on Stanford and Oregon on back-to-back weekends in October. For now, though, the Pac-12 South Division champions are the favorite to repeat and challenge Oregon for Pac-12 supremacy.
By: Chris C.