UCLA's Eric Kendricks sets new school tackle record
The Bruins won't be playing for the Pac-12 title this year after losing 31-10 to Stanford, but at least history was made at The Rose Bowl on Friday afternoon.
UCLA fifth-year senior Eric Kendricks recorded his 469th career tackle early in the fourth quarter to break the school's tackle record, previously held by Jerry Robinson (468) who set that mark from 1976-78.
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The stop was Kendricks' ninth of 11 tackles in the game. That total helped push Kendricks over 100 tackles for the third consecutive season. Congratulations, Eric!