Sophomore safety Quentin Lake appeared in nine games for the 2017 Bruins as a reserve member of the secondary and with special teams. He attended Southern California high school football powerhouse Mater Dei and collected eight tackles on the 2017 season with UCLA. His father, Carnell Lake, played UCLA football from 1985 to 1988. Carnell holds a Bruin record of 45.5 tackles for loss throughout his collegiate career, in addition to playing 12 NFL seasons.
Coming off two straight losses to start the Chip Kelly era, UCLA desperately needed a strong home showing against Fresno State. UCLA’s performance Saturday night could be described as inconsistent, at best. The Bruins fell […]
“If it was smooth on day one, then maybe we’re not putting enough in,” first-year UCLA football head coach Chip Kelly said before the sixth practice of fall camp. When asked what he thinks the […]
Ahead of Tuesday morning’s fall camp practice, UCLA head coach Chip Kelly was blunt about position competitions at quarterback, center and running back. “We’re still just trying to figure out who our top guys are […]