LA’s Football Future Is So Bright You Gotta Wear Shades. But Which Team Has The Best Road Ahead?
Head coach Chip Kelly has been gradually rebuilding the UCLA Bruins, and the team’s future looks promising. With the addition of new defensive coordinator D’Anton Lynn, QB Dante Moore, and a talented roster, the Bruins have the potential to compete for conference championships and beyond. As the program continues to develop under Kelly’s guidance, the future appears bright for UCLA football.
The LA Chargers have a promising young core led by quarterback Justin Herbert, who has quickly become one of the league’s top passers. With a solid supporting cast, including wide receiver Keenan Allen and defensive end Joey Bosa, the Chargers have the potential for continued success.
The LA Rams have built a strong roster in recent years, headlined by quarterback Matthew Stafford, wide receiver, Cooper Kupp, and defensive tackle Aaron Donald. Even though many players departed this offseason in the so-called “remodel” there are still some young stars like Ernest Jones and Van Jefferson on this team.
With Lincoln Riley and Caleb Williams, the USC Trojans appear to be on the right track toward returning to national prominence. Known for his offensive expertise, Riley transformed USC’s offense and attracted top recruits. With a strong foundation in place, the Trojans have the potential for a bright future in college football.