Despite an 0-2 start behind an offense that ranks 119th or worse nationally in scoring, rushing and total offense, UCLA coach Chip Kelly said he isn't hitting the panic button with the Bruins.

"There's never a panic button," Kelly said before UCLA's practice on Monday. "You have to have a good Monday, and if you have a good Monday that leads to [other good practices] as the week goes along, and that's what the process is all about.

"You don't tear up the root of the tree to see if it's growing. You just keep watering it and you keep growing it and doing what you're supposed to do, and that's what happens over the course of time."

After losses to Cincinnati and San Diego State -- which beat UCLA for the first time in 23 tries on Saturday -- to open the season, the Bruins have scored just 28 points and rank 127th nationally with 239.5 yards of total offense per game. The Bruins are also averaging just 3.7 yards per play, which ranks 128th nationally.