UCLA Vs. Nebraska Recap: Reaction To Bruins' 2nd Straight Win

The UCLA Bruins' victory over the Nebraska Cornhuskers on Saturday night was among the handful of impressive upsets on the weekend, and might have revealed a strong Pac-12 contender in the Bruins.

The guys over at Bruin Nation were quick with praise, especially for the offense, despite a game they said was "a lot closer on the scoreboard than it felt on the field at times."

The first half was all offense all the time. Brett Hundley showed why he has the potential to be the most exciting quarterback since Cade McNown. And UCLA was better just a fumble and a missed FG or we would have had a lead. Regardless the first half was a beautiful effort where the offense was a couple plays from perfect.

A defensive effort in the second half helped the Bruins complete the upset. It was a credit to the coaching staff, according to Bruins Nation.

The defense was making the big hits and the big plays, especially Datone Jones' safety and Andrew Abbott's interception. The defense held Nebraska to 6 points in the second half. A fabulous job of adjusting by the coaching staff.

For more UCLA coverage and of the victory over Nebraska, check out Bruins Nation.

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