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UCLA coach concerned about BYU's weapons

UCLA coach concerned about BYU's weapons

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(KSL News) After upsetting a ranked Tennessee Volunteer team on the opening weekend, the UCLA Bruins took a week off and are now prepping for an important showdown against the 18th ranked BYU Cougars.

The match-up is another important non-conference game for BYU as it looks to justify its national status and move closer to a possible BCS bid.

The game is crucial to maintaining UCLA's momentum and efforts to re-establish itself as a national power. The Bruins moved into the top 25 after beating Tennessee, but fell out of the rankings after last weekend.

UCLA coach Rick Neuheisel hopes to build off of their win against the Volunteers and talks about the development of his quarterback Kevin Craft. He also talks about the difficulty in prepping for BYU, especially tight end Dennis Pitta.

You can hear more from Coach Neuheisel this Saturday during pregame coverage on KSL Newsradio 102.7FM/1160AM beginning at 11:30 a.m.

You can listen to and watch Greg Wrubell call the game on by clicking on the Radio tab and clicking chat below the Now Live picture in the upper right hand corner.

Kick-off at LaVell Edwards Stadium in Provo is set for 1:30 p.m.

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