As the UCLA Bruins return home off the emotional high of their win over Texas, they are set to face the Washington State Cougars, who have lost 18 of their last 19 Pac-10 conference games. Saturday's game is at 12:30 p.m. on Prime Ticket.
Here is the tentative depth chart for the Bruins:
Quarterback: Kevin Prince, Richard Brehaut, Darius Bell, Nick Crissman
Tailback: Johnathan Franklin, Derrick Coleman, Malcolm Jones, Jordon James, Tobi Umodu
Fullback: Morrell Presley, Anthony Barr, Christian Ramirez
Flanker: Taylor Embree, Ricky Marvray, Josh Smith, Jerry Rice, Jr.
Split End: Nelson Rosario, Randall Carroll, Jerry Johnson
Tight End: Cory Harkey, Joseph Fauria, Kevin McDermott, Jayson Allmond, Austin Hill
Left Tackle: Sean Sheller, Chris Ward, Brett Downey
Left Guard: Darius Savage, Chris Ward, Casey Griffiths
Center: Ryan Taylor, Greg Capella, Kody Innes
Right Guard: Eddie Williams, Micah Kia, Wade Yandall
Right Tackle: Mike Harris, Micah Kia, Brett Downey
This lineup has been pretty consistent all season, although Marvray technically started last game against Texas at Flanker. Franklin has rushed for 276 yards in the last two outings.
Left End: Nate Chandler, Reginald Stokes, Owamagbe Odighizuwa
Left Tackle: Justin Edison, Donovan Carter, Andy Keane
Right Tackle: David Carter, Cassius Marsh, Seali'i Epenesa
Right End: Keenan Graham, Damien Holmes
Strong Side Linebacker: Akeem Ayers, Jordan Zumwalt, Isaiah Bowens, David Allen
Middle Linebacker: Patrick Larimore, Steve Sloan, Jordan Zumwalt
Weak Side Linebacker: Sean Westgate, Glenn Love, Mike Schmitt
Left Cornerback: Sheldon Price, Courtney Viney, Damien Thigpen
Strong Safety: Tony Dye, Dietrich Riley, Stan McKay
Free Safety: Rahim Moore, Dalton Hilliard, Alex Mascarenas
Right Cornerback: Aaron Hester, Andrew Abbott, Anthony Jefferson
Placekicker: Kai Forbath, Jeff Locke
Kickoff Specialist: Jeff Locke, Kai Forbath
Punter: Jeff Locke, Danny Rees
Long Snapper: Christian Yount
Kickoff Returners: Josh Smith, Taylor Embree
Punt Returner: Taylor Embree, Josh Smith
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