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UCLA notebook: Injuries pile up on defense in victory

PASADENA >> UCLA praised its defensive depth during the offseason and had to put it to the test Saturday in a 56-23 win over Hawaii as the Bruins lost three starters to injury. Already without starting nose tackle Boss Tagaloa, who watched the game from the stands, the Bruins lost linebacker Kenny Young and safeties Adarius […]
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