Kelly’s UCLA looks for repeat in crosstown showdown with USC

GREG BEACHAM AP Sports Writer LOS ANGELES (AP) — Although Chip Kelly's tenure at UCLA has been pretty rough so far, the Bruins' win over Southern California last November was a thing of beauty for his players and alumni. In the ensuing year, the Bruins have made the most of their biggest achievement under Kelly, the high-priced coach whose rebuilding project is still in its developmental stages. UCLA has displayed the Victory Bell in the lobby of its opulent new training complex, and the Bruins have had the trophy on the sideline with them for other games. "Always good to have it around," said running back Joshua Kelley, whose series-record 289 yards and two touchdowns carried the Bruins last season. "That is part of the tradition of the whole rivalry. (The Trojans) are going to be
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