UCLA football ready to reinvigorate running game – Orange County Register

LOS ANGELES — Weary of unnecessary hits, Jim Mora blows plays dead on first contact in practice. Buried by the sound of the coach’s whistle, the team’s running game remained quiet during training camp, detectable only through post-practice film study.

With the season opener only days away, the Bruins are finally prepared to unleash their revamped running game.

“I’m excited when the whistle is not going to be blown dead on first contact to see how Bolu (Olorunfunmi) and Soso (Jamabo), Nate Starks, Jalen Starks, all of these guys, see how they run after contact,” quarterback Josh Rosen said before Sunday’s game against Texas A&M at the Rose Bowl at 4:30 p.m. “I think that’s what we’re really good at.”

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