The National Rifle Association has a message for UCLA after Saturday's spring game: Time to rename the offense. For roughly half of UCLA's spring game at the Rose Bowl on Saturday, the "Revolver" offense packed all the punch of a water pistol. All the progress made during 14 spring practices was negated by an inconsistent running game and a passing game that lacked timing. "I'm a little disappointed, and I told them so," offensive coordinator Norm Chow said. "We've been practicing very well but we for some reason came over here, and it didn't seem like we came out on fire. We needed to get going a little earlier than we did."Jon Gold of the LA Daily News Sounds like things weren't too pretty in Pasadena last night.