Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Bruins Leave Bears in Ruins

UCLA has been flying under the Pacific 10 Conference radar, mainly because of embarrassing losses to Utah and Notre Dame, but the Bruins share the league lead with Arizona State after stopping California, 30-21, Saturday at the Rose Bowl.

These photos are courtesy of Image of Sport, a sports photography service for daily newspapers and editorial publications.

UCLA alumni cheerleader Geoffrey Strand, top, celebrates with linebacker Reggie Carter. Check out our video of Strand shot last fall by clicking here.

California speedster DeSean Jackson had nine receptions for 136 yards and two touchdowns.
The view of the Rose Bowl looking east from just below the press box.
The Bruins' Kahlil Bell ran for 142 yards in 22 carries, including one 64-yard run. Cal linebacker Worrell Williams wasn't awed. "He had one run, and that was a miscue," Williams said. "Otherwise, he wouldn't have gotten anything. I really wasn't impressed with him at all. [Oregon State's] Yvenson Bernard, who we played last week, was a much better back. That's that."
Jeff Tedford and Karl Dorrell shake on it afterward.

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