We have a 12-pack of questions with the chief editor at Go Joe Bruin and Fansided’s very own Keith Olbermann, Joshua Davis about this Saturday’s game between the UCLA Bruins and the Cal Golden Bears.
Golden Bear Lair: UCLA has been really bad starting games. So far this season, they’ve scored 24 total points in the first quarter. They were held to a season low 3 points in the Nebraska game. Why do you think UCLA has been so bad this season when it comes to starting the game?
Carlos Sandoval: I honestly don’t know. It’s funny because last year, UCLA started games quickly and fell off until very late in games. I think they’ve been a bit overconfident although that doesn’t explain the Nebraska game. The coating staff is pretty good with halftime adjustments but if they don’t figure out their first-half woes, the big dogs in the PAC-12 will eat them alive.