LOS ANGELES — Players flowed effortlessly between drills, shouting in unison before jogging across Spaulding Field to the next station. They barked out “B-R-U-I-N-S” as they pumped through jumping jacks with machine-like precision. Even the mid-practice hydration break, during which nearly the entire team suddenly stopped for a drink at midfield, didn’t seem quite as odd anymore.
The Bruins, entering their second spring practice under Chip Kelly, know and trust this sometimes curious process.
“We’ve got a more trustworthy team, a more disciplined team, a team that holds itself accountable,” cornerback Darnay Holmes said Tuesday after UCLA’s first spring practice. “So we’re [READ MORE HERE]
Source: OC Register Sports