Boss Tagaloa at center is 'a relief' for UCLA offense

Los Angeles Daily News
Boss Tagaloa at center is 'a relief' for UCLA offense
Boss Tagaloa at center is 'a relief' for UCLA offense

LOS ANGELES — It started as a joke among offensive linemen. Boss Tagaloa, a starting defensive lineman, would make a pretty decent offensive player, Scott Quessenberry thought. Chip Kelly turned the joke into a reality. “Turns out we were right,” said Quessenberry, UCLA's former center. In one year, Tagaloa has done much better than decent. The former four-star recruit went from misfit defensive lineman in a new system to the Rimington Trophy watch list among the top centers in the country. Once he entered the starting lineup last year after a three-game suspension, the Bruins improved their average yards per game from 218.9 in the first three games to 412.4 in the final nine. With Tagaloa anchoring

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