Head coach Chip Kelly has fallen just short of success once again. As Kelly and the Bruins head to the Big Ten, their futures aren’t looking pleasant, to say the least.
After having player after player abandons ship, UCLA’s depth chart is looking thing and inexperienced.
The Bruins lost two stars Kamari Ramsey and John Humphrey to USC, who is also moving over to the Big Ten, as well as their quarterback Dante Moore to the Oregon Ducks.
UCLA also lost Carsen Ryan, who often switched between tight end and half back, to former Pac-12 foe Utah.
Kelly was able to bring in some good secondary players such as safeties Ramon Henderson from Notre Dame and Marcus Ratcliffe from San Diego State as well as cornerback K.J. Wallace from Georgia Tech.
The Bruins are going into the Big Ten unprepared for what they will face in the coming season but they should be able to slow down teams’ passing games at the very least.