On their first offensive play from scrimmage in their first home game of the year, the UCLA Bruins football team paid a final tribute to former WR Nick Pasquale, who died on September 8th of this year, by only playing 10 players (on both offense and defense a maximum of 11 players are allowed to be in play). The 20 year-old was walking in the San Clemente area and was struck and killed by a car. This was a touching moment as the Bruin football team expressed their love for a teammate who is no longer with them, but definitely not forgotten. They then followed up this touching gesture with a fumble. Nice going. Still yet, this was a genuinely kind expression of love and care, qualities that are always nice to see in college and professional sports.