Little did we know the impact SR-RB Jammal Berry would have on a game. Today we found out. Berry was the subject to a stout and all out run blitzing UCLA squad as they contained the talented back early and often. Frustrated, Coach Moreecemos decided to go back to what he knows best, that's passing the ball. It wasn't a sure thing knowing how FR-QB Daniel Sims would react to passing against a talent UCLA squad and their speedy corners but this was to loosen up the UCLA defense. Sims proved to be stellar. Sims being a freshman certainly doesn't play like one. Standing tall in the pocket, he delivered passes with pinpoint accuracy. His 1st TD pass, he floated a perfect ball over UCLA defender to J.T. Tartacoff for a score. Another, Sims threw into double coverage but Tartacoff snagged the pass out of the air. He would show his 6'6" WR some love, throwing 30 yards over the middle in perfect stride to Brandon Coleman for a huge gain. Then for his 2nd TD pass, he nailed Tartacoff in stride right before two UCLA defenders converged for a score. Sims ended up 18/25 passing for 336 yards and 2TD's. By that time, it seemed the UCLA defense wasn't hell bent on stopping Berry. But on the play of the game, Berry found room on an off tackle to finally use his speed in the open field to score from 61 yards out. Berry was contained most of the game but ended up with 119 yards and 3 scores, not to mention catching 3 passes for 65 yards. The defense struggled stopping freshman Jeff Banks and his two main targets, Speedy slot WR Paul Richardson and TE Ian Logan. Rutgers defenders really struggled defending the slant, whether it was to the inside or outside. It was until late in the 3rd and the 4th we guarded underneath and picked a few passes off. It was a struggle, until that point to stop the UCLA offense. FR-FS Lenny McDuffie had a great day with 10 tackles and an INT. GG Bruce.