By: Ian Hestihest@klkntv.com
LINCOLN - In the California sun, things might have been too relaxed for the Huskers last year taking on UCLA.
This year, things are getting serious.
Nebraska's 36-30 loss was one for the record books and not in a good way.
The Bruins racked up 653 yards of total offense making it the second most for an opponent in the history of Husker football.
The defeat dropped the then No. 16 Huskers out entirely of the Top 25 the next week.
Saturday, Nebraska gets a chance at revenge and all eyes will be on the blackshirts. After three straight less-than-stellar performances, Nebraska responded against Southern Miss. in week two.
To win, that momentum will have to carry over: stopping UCLA mobile quarterback Brett Hundley.