Folks, UCLA is really good. We may be witnessing one of the better college soccer teams of all time. Consider all this... *They've only lost once, and that was on the road to the No. 2 team in the country on a questionable PK. *They have a 15-game winning streak. *They haven't been to OT all season. *They have only given up six goals all season and only been scored on in four different games and haven't given up more than two goals all season. *Two of those goals came against PSU in a 5-2 win on opening day. Since allowing the Maryland PK, they have only been scored on in two games! *They are working on six-straight shoutouts and a goalless streak of 570 minutes and counting. *Thave proven they can win the close, low-scoring games, going 6-1 in one-goal games. *But they have also scored four or more goals six times, they are averaging 2.56 goals per game but only giving up 0.33, one of the best goal-differentials ever. *Their schedule isn't the toughest but it does include eight games against likely NCAA Tournament teams: Maryland, Loyola Marymount, San Diego, Rutgers and two each with Washington and Oregon State. *They have good depth as 14 players have started at least six games and four more play regularly. *They have myriad professional prospects led by Leonard Griffin and Adolfo Gregorio but including Aaron Lopez, Matt Taylor, Zach Wells and a bunch of freshmen (Brandon Owens, Chad Barrett) and sophomores (Jordan Harvey) who could still have good pro careers if they continue to develop. *They have a head coach who has won NCAA titles at the division I and II levels and who has six seasons worth of pro experience. *And here's the scarey thing - this is all despite losing Alex Yi, Nelson Akwari and DJ Countess after their sophomore or freshmen years. Had they stayed, those guys would be seniors this year. Now, all these stats don't mean fu(k all if UCLA doesn't lift the hardware in Columbus, but, if they do, and obviously they are favored, this will have to be considered one of the greatest college soccer teams ever.