Fri. Apr 26th, 2019

Oklahoma vs UCLA Live Stream

Oklahoma vs UCLA Live Stream

Oklahoma vs UCLA Live Stream. Yesterday, perhaps it was a holiday for most Americans, but the UCLA Bruins soccer team returned to work after losing to the national team on Saturday in Cincinnati.

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Before training this morning, the UCLA coach met with the media and, listening to his responses, it seems he is still concentrating on ensuring that the team is where it should be.

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The first thing that recurred is the status of UCLA’s senior defender, Wilton Speight. Kelly indicated that “it is still a little cracked, but that is not serious”.

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“This will be the first year for many of these guys, because none of them has played before,” Kelly said, referring to the team’s next trip to Oklahoma. “Then, they played in a game, now they have the opportunity to go on tour and play in one of the best environments in college football.”

Kelly also talked about what she thought of the work of first-year defender Dorian Thompson-Robinson after he had the chance to see a feature film on Saturday. “I thought there were a lot of good positive things to build on,” Kelly said. “There are some inconsistencies, but this can be expected for a freshman in his first game.”

Inconsistencies included sanctions. While UCLA was only fined six times for the entire game, Kelly quickly noted that it was all the fines the team had to control and that the coaching staff would work to fix them.

Despite the rage and fuss that continued among UCLA fans since Sunday, Kelly sounded like a man who knows where the team’s problems lie and, most importantly, has a plan to fix them. Will they be installed at night? Probably not, but what seems most important to Kelly is that the team is progressing and advancing.

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Quentin Lake, the son of Bruin legend Carnell Lake, offered his opinion on how the game was being defended. “I think we play well,” Lake said. “We flew to the ball, the efforts were magnificent.”

“We are a young team, so you will always have some inconsistencies and things like that,” continued Lake. “But overall, I think we played well, the fuss went away, the back-end did the work, we worried about the ball, the defensive line was successful, of course, Rick Wade with a sack and all that. I think the defense played very well. ”

Lake also explained that he believes the defense will have to face Oklahoma this week. He said he can control the defense: “First of all, we have to fix some things,” James said. “This is, of course, the starting point, but there is a lot of room for growth, so we’re going to continue doing it and we’ll just continue using what we did well and fix what we did not do so well.”