4. Nate Landman records 10 tackles, one sack and one interception
Landman has been a revelation for the Buffs in the early season. He’s all over the field and has a nose for the football. Put on the tape from the Nebraska game and you will see exactly what I’m talking about. The UCLA offensive line will have a difficult time keeping him in check.
5. UCLA uses two quarterbacks and fails to throw a TD pass
Wilton Speight was the opening day starter for the Bruins, but an injury forced them to play Dorian Thompson-Robinson. Neither has been effective and UCLA is dead last in the Pac-12 in passing yards per game. UCLA QB’s have thrown for 567 yards in three games–in contrast, Washington State leads the Pac-12 in passing with 1,607 yards. Yikes.