UCLA football hopes small improvements yield big results

LOS ANGELES — It first came out of Josh Rosen’s mouth on the first day of spring practice. Then Soso Jamabo, then Bolu Olorunfunmi.
The goal for UCLA, during its climb back from a disappointing season, is just improve 1 percent every day.
“Just get 1 percent better and the only person you really need to beat out is the person you were the day before,” Olorunfunmi said. “I just try to live by that, our running backs try to live by that and our team tries to live by that.”
Seven practices and two weeks into its spring campaign, UCLA is inching forward

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