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Johnathan Franklin, Anthony Barr named UCLA's football MVPs

December 03, 2012|By Chris Foster
  • UCLA offensive MVP Johnathan Franklin set Bruins records with 1,700 rushing yards this season and 4,369 in his career.
UCLA offensive MVP Johnathan Franklin set Bruins records with 1,700 rushing… (Thearon W. Henderson / Getty…)

Running back Johnathan Franklin and linebacker Anthony Barr have been  named UCLA’s offensive and defensive most valuable players.

Franklin set a UCLA single-season rushing  record with 1,700 yards. He also set the school career rushing record with 4,369 yards.

Barr moved from receiver to linebacker this season. His 13.5 sacks were the most in the nation. He also forced four fumbles and blocked a kick.

Both players have one game remaining. UCLA plays Baylor in the Bridgepoint Education Holiday Bowl on Dec. 27 at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego.

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