Rather than enter the NFL Draft last year UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley opted to return for another year with the Bruins.
UCLA entered the season as a contender for one of the spots in the college playoff but back-to-back home losses have ruined any chance they had. Meanwhile Hundley has rebounded from a slow start to at-least get back into the Heisman conversation.
Last year it was assumed that Hundley was a late first round pick to an early second round pick. With a win against Stanford, UCLA could advance to the Pac-12 championship game.
To the surprise of nobody, Hundley told listeners of the Jim Rome show today that Saturday’s win over USC was probably his last.
There’s a really good chance that was my last game against USC. The conversation keep coming up. I’ve got my degree. I’ve done everything I wanted to do here. I’ve left something really, truly great, and I feel good. That’s probably my last one against USC. (via Beast 980)
Hundley has completed 72-percent of his passes this year for 2873 yards while tossing 20 touchdowns to just five interceptions.