UCLA football gaining traction during training camp – Orange County Register

LOS ANGELES — When UCLA finished spring practice in April, offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch called the coming months “the summer of improvement.” Players, barred from extensive interaction with their coaches, had to fend for themselves. They banded together and organized their own practices. Coaches couldn’t watch the practice tape or even ask questions about the sessions.

It all forced the players to mature, linebacker Kenny Young said.

Now, as the football calendar turns from summer to fall, UCLA’s 25 player-run practices are starting to pay off as the team begins to pick up steam three days into training camp.

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