For die-hard fans, this is an emotional gallery--at least it was for me, not because of the devastating loss, but because we're saying goodbye at the Rose Bowl to some amazing Bruins.
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Brett Hundley and Thomas Duarte
Kenny Young and Myles Jack
A new generation of UCLA fans will grow up idolizing the likes of Brett Hundley and Eric Kendricks.
The luckiest boy alive.
Kenny Young, the heir apparent.
Brett Hundley and Kenny Young
Alex Van Dyke
Alex Van Dyke
Anthony Jefferson and his dad.
The Hundley family.
Kendricks almost gets the interception
It was fun early on for the defense...for about 1 minute.
Then it wasn't so fun...
Kevin Hogan on the run (left to right: Eddie Vanderdoes, Anthony Jefferson, Kenny Young)
Owa looks much smaller next to Stanford's brawny linemen
You're right, eye black looks much worse on the losing team.
Ishmael Adams and Anthony Jefferson
Reminds me of a photo I took at fall camp. A wall of white. Stanford linemen did an incredible job.
Stanford TD. We couldn't stop their run.
Logan completes a pass with Owa in his face
Brett Hundley scrambles down the sideline.
Jerry Neuheisel on a fake FG attempt.
Stanford isn't fooled.
Neuheisel's desperation pass is intercepted.
Eddie Vanderdoes and Owamagbe Odighizuwa
Jordan Payton's helmet gets knocked off.
Brett Hundley gets hit as he releases the ball.
Hundley gets pressured again.
Conor McDermott and Brett Hundley
Brett Hundley. Last pass in a Bruin uniform?
Hundley gingerly removes his mouthpiece.
Neuheisel will compete for the starting QB job next season.
Big Ellis McCarthy
Aaron Wallace and Eddie Vanderdoes
Nate Iese and Cameron Judge
Jordan Payton returns the punt.
Paul Perkins with Conor McDermott blocking
Left to right: Nate Iese, Jordon James, Mossi Johnson, Kenny Walker
Coach Jeff Ulbrich and Deon Hollins exit the Rose Bowl.
Brett Hundley leaves the Rose Bowl as one of the greatest Bruins to ever play here.
Marcus Rios had an incredible comeback season.