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Bruins lose Price to NFL

UCLA won a bowl game Tuesday evening, but suffered a hit afterwards as they have officially lost their best defensive player to the NFL.

Shortly after the Bruins’ 30-21 win over Temple in the EagleBank Bowl, defensive lineman Brian Price announced he was leaving UCLA a year early.

I think the time is right. It’s been a tough decision,” Price said according to the Los Angeles Times.

Price, who was named the Pac-10’s Defensive Player of the Year earlier this month, is projected to be the third defensive tackle in the draft by most draft geeks dorks experts.

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  1. Hap says: Dec 30, 2009 10:31 AM

    There are gonna be a lotta posts if PFT does so after every declaration.
    He thinks the uncapped year is a good time to come out. He may be right. Especially if rookie caps are instituted which I fully expect will at least be addressed.

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