|ESPN.com: NCF Nation||[Print without images]|
Posted by ESPN.com's Ted Miller
PASADENA, Calif. -- There's a reason Kevin Craft remained the UCLA quarterback after tossing a couple of early interceptions.
His coaches believe he gives the Bruins the best chance to win.
But after he threw his fourth of the first half, which was returned 61 yards for a TD in the waning moments before the break -- giving Tennessee a 14-7 advantage -- it's hard to say that could still be true.
Changing QBs is not only about giving redshirt freshman Chris Forcier a shot. It's about not allowing Craft to completely destroy his confidence.
At this pace, Craft will set a school record for interceptions. He had seven completions and four interceptions in the first half.
The Bruins' offense managed just 85 total yards. There's no way the Bruins D can hold up its impressive pace.
We shall see who starts the third.
As a side note, whoever does apparently will be without three key offensive starters: TB Kahlil Bell (ankle), TE Logan Paulsen (foot) and WR Marcus Everett (toe)