The UCLA Bruins haven't always been pretty to watch at times in 2011, but they currently lead the Pac-12 South and are in control of their own destiny. With just two games remaining, the Bruins cannot suffer a letdown against a struggling Colorado Buffaloes team.
The Buffaloes did finally earn their first conference victory last weekend over the lowly Arizona Wildcats, but just about everything else has gone wrong this season.
The Bruins have quite a few players banged up with injuries, but the good news for UCLA is star running back Derrick Coleman is probable for today's game a sore ankle. Quarterback Richard Brehaut is also probable for the matchup after rolling an ankle last week.
Colorado is relatively healthy, although talented wide receiver Paul Richardson may not play with a bad knee. Here is the complete injury report for the week.
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