There has been no hiding UCLA's biggest concern. Even before the first day of practice, it was clear the Bruins' offensive line was going to make or break the season.
Sweeping up the pieces is this week's chore.
Quarterback Kevin Craft is coming off an abysmal game against California; he had four passes intercepted. But he didn't have much help. The Bears were able to tee off on Craft, knowing the Bruins were incapable of running the football.
UCLA had 16 yards rushing in the game. The Bruins rank 117th among 119 Division I teams, averaging 81.5 yards a game on the ground.
With no game this weekend, the Bruins coaching staff will evaluate the situation, though there may be little that can be done at this point. Coach Rick Neuheisel pointed out that Bruins offensive linemen don't appear strong enough, something that will take at least one off-season to remedy.