Quarterback has good UCLA trip

Ricky Town has been offered by UCLA so the 2015 quarterback kept a close eye on the offense last weekend when he visited for the Arizona game.
That has to be good news for the Bruins since UCLA scored 66 points in a blowout victory and one of the top sophomore quarterbacks in California was watching from the stands.
"I thought the offense was really cool," Town said. "I was talking to coach (Noel) Mazzone after the game and he said they got close to 100 plays in.
"That was cool to see they got that many plays in because with the no-huddle offense they run it was really exciting to see. It was fun to watch them beat Arizona, who beat USC.
"It's definitely early but I think it's going really well with UCLA. I went back (Sunday) for an unofficial visit and I went to talk to the coaches some more. Overall it's going really well."
Town, a 6-foot-4, 190-pound prospect, already has offers from UCLA and Miami and he said Penn State sent him a recruiting letter recently.
Last weekend was big for Town not only because of the UCLA visit but his Ventura (Calif.) St. Bonaventure squad came back from a 21-point deficit to defeat Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian.
Town said his team made the appropriate adjustments at halftime and dominated the second half. He played a big part in the comeback.
"It was definitely awesome," Town said. "To beat Oaks Christian for the league championship is one thing and to come back and win the game like that, down 21 points at halftime, was really special and awesome.
"At halftime nobody was really freaking out or worried. Coach was taking a lot of suggestions about what we saw as players out there and what we thought we could get. We were all pretty calm and we knew we were going to make the adjustments in the second half."