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UCLA is quietly going about its business in a Pac-12 with a lot of flair.
Chip Kelly’s team in 3-2 in Pac-12 play and it is coming off a two-game stretch in which it outscored Stanford and Colorado by a combined 70-23.
UCLA will remain in the mix for the Pac-12 Championship Game because of its defense, a unit that can shine against Arizona on Saturday night.
The Bruins held every opponent under 20 points in their six victories and they allow the 10th-fewest total yards per game.
UCLA just needs to follow the same formula that got it to six weeks. It needs to play strong defense and pick up points along the way behind quarterback Ethan Garbers, who has become the clear favorite for the job over the last two weeks in a battle with freshman Dante Moore.
A win on Saturday sets UCLA up nicely for a run at the Pac-12 Championship Game since it should win its final three games against Arizona State, the USC Trojans and California Golden Bears.
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