There is no doubt the UCLA football team improved offensively last season. Game 1 was a completely different story from Game 12. If there was one word to describe the first third of the season and the last third, they would be “atrocious” and “astounding,” respectively.
A major reason for the Bruins sudden uptick in success had to do with the offensive line. Things started off a bit rocky, but they stabilized in Game 4. That is when Boss Tagaloa rejoined the team after serving a three-game suspension and brought some stability.
The interesting thing about that situation is that Tagaloa would be playing the center position for the first time at UCLA.