Nov 27, 2021; Pasadena, California, USA;  UCLA Bruins running back Zach Charbonnet (24) rushes to the 9 yard line before he is stopped by California Golden Bears safety Daniel Scott (32) in the second quarter of the game at the Rose Bowl. Mandatory Credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

UCLA runs away from Cal in second half, 42-14

Dorian Thompson-Robinson threw for 164 yards with three touchdowns and ran for 102 yards to lead host UCLA to a 42-14 rout of Cal on Saturday.

UCLA (8-4, 6-3 Pac-12) scored 32 unanswered points after they trailed 14-10 with seven minutes left before halftime, and they further solidified their bowl hopes with 446 yards of total offense.

Zach Charbonnet ran for 106 yards for the Bruins, who throttled the Golden Bears’ top-ranked league rush defense for 282 yards on the ground.

Cal (4-7, 3-5) saw their bowl hopes vanish, as they managed just 217 yards of total offense.

Charbonnet scored on a one-yard dive early in the fourth quarter to end a six-play, 80-yard drive that sealed the win. He then took a pass from Thompson-Robinson for the two-point conversion.

UCLA scored on its opening drive of the second half to take a 24-14 lead. Tight end Greg Dulcich made an over-the-shoulder, 29-yard touchdown catch from Thompson-Robinson to quickly culminate a three-play, 71-yard drive.

Nicholas Barr-Mila gave UCLA a 13-point cushion late in the third quarter when he boomed a 46-yard field goal, his second of the game, that pushed the Bruins’ lead to 27-14.

UCLA scored on its opening drive when Barr-Mila drilled a 41-yard field goal that gave the Bruins a 3-0 advantage with 9:33 left in the first quarter.

Charbonnet and Thompson-Robinson accounted for all of the Bruins’ 79 rushing yards in the opening quarter, as Charbonnet ran for 44 and Thompson-Robinson scampered for 35. Cal could manage only 46 total yards in the opening quarter.

The Bruins increased their lead to 10-0 when Thompson-Robinson hit Kyle Phillips in the back of the end zone with a four-yard touchdown pass with 14:10 remaining before halftime to cap a 9-play, 40-yard drive.

Cal got on the board when Christopher Brooks capped an 11-play, 75-yard drive with a 14-touchdown jaunt practically untouched into the end zone that brought the Golden Bears to within 10-7 with 8:58 before the half.

After UCLA’s Kazmeir Allen fumbled the ensuing kickoff, Bears quarterback Chase Garbers scored on a one-yard plunge that pushed the Bears back in front at 14-10.

UCLA moved back in front when Allen scored on an eight-yard sweep around the end to help the Bruins to a 17-14 halftime lead.

–Field Level Media

Nov 20, 2021; Los Angeles, California, USA; UCLA Bruins quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson (1) throws a pass against the Southern California Trojans in the first half at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Richard Mackson-USA TODAY Sports

UCLA, Cal look to showcase stellar offenses again

UCLA is heading to a bowl game this season, but California still has plenty of work left to secure its spot in a postseason game.

The Bruins welcome the Golden Bears to Pasadena on Saturday night in a Pac-12 matchup of teams that are playing better of late.

UCLA (7-4, 5-3 Pac-12) has posted a pair of comfortable wins in its last two games following a two-game stretch in which it lost to Oregon and Utah, allowing a combined 78 points in those two defeats. The Bruins trampled Colorado two weeks ago and then knocked off USC last week, 62-33, in their highest-scoring performance ever in 91 all-time matchups with the Trojans.

“We’re about finishing off, being resilient, and that’s the thing that I’m most impressed with today, regardless of how many points were on the board,” UCLA coach Chip Kelly said.

Dorian Thompson-Robinson stole the show for the Bruins, passing for 349 yards and four touchdowns and adding a pair of scores on the ground.

“He’s a special player,” Kelly said, “and I’ve said it since the beginning. I love the kid. He’s as tough as they come both mentally and physically — and that was just on display today.”

Thompson-Robinson may be the headliner for the UCLA offense, but Cal undoubtedly will be keeping a close eye on two others: Zach Charbonnet, who ran for 167 yards and a touchdown last week, and Kazmeir Allen, who scored on a 100-yard kickoff return and also grabbed three receptions for 115 yards and two scores.

Meanwhile, Cal (4-6, 3-4) can still reach the postseason by winning its last two regular-season contests. The Bears host the Trojans next weekend, but first they need to defeat the Bruins — and replicating last week’s effort against Stanford isn’t a bad place to start.

Cal topped the Cardinal 41-11 behind Chase Garbers’ two touchdown passes and Marcel Dancy’s pair of rushing scores. The Bears’ defense held Stanford to 282 total yards in a crisp all-around effort, but coach Justin Wilcox was particularly pleased with the play of his senior quarterback.

“I’m really glad Chase is on our team while I’ve been here to quarterback the Big Game,” Wilcox said, referencing the rivalry with Stanford. “He had another good one today. Chase is playing his best ball since being here. It’s not even close.”

UCLA has won three of the last four meetings between the teams, including a 34-10 triumph a season ago. The Bruins lead the all-time series 56-34-1.

–Field Level Media

Nov 20, 2021; Los Angeles, California, USA;  UCLA Bruins running back Kazmeir Allen (19) catches a touchdown pass against Southern California Trojans cornerback Isaac Taylor-Stuart (6) in the first half at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Richard Mackson-USA TODAY Sports

Dorian Thompson-Robinson accounts for 6 TDs as UCLA routs USC

Dorian Thompson-Robinson passed for four touchdowns and rushed for two, Kazmeir Allen scored three touchdowns including a 100-yard kickoff return, and visiting UCLA guaranteed its first winning season since 2015 with a 62-33 rout of rival USC on Saturday in Los Angeles.

UCLA’s 62 points mark the program’s most in the series, which dates to 1929, and the most points for either team since a 66-19 USC win in 2005.

UCLA (7-4, 5-3 Pac-12 Conference) built a three-possession lead Saturday after scoring a trio of touchdowns in the second quarter, one of which was a 58-yard pass from Thompson-Robinson to Allen.

Thompson-Robinson and Allen teamed earlier on a 45-yard pass play that gave the Bruins their first lead of the game in the first quarter. But the last of Allen’s long touchdowns was the biggest.

USC (4-6, 3-5), which needs wins over BYU next week and at Cal on Dec. 4 to earn bowl eligibility, cut UCLA’s lead to nine points late in the third quarter after a 23-yard Alex Stadthaus field goal and a two-play, 72-yard touchdown drive.

USC’s Jaxson Dart completed passes of 28 yards and a 44-yard touchdown to Greg Bryant Jr.

Bryant finished with nine receptions for 161 yards. Dart went 27-of-47 for 325 yards and was intercepted twice. Teammate Vavae Malepeai rushed for three touchdowns.

Any momentum the Trojans may have gained from the quick touchdown drive was nullified when Allen ran back the ensuing kickoff the distance for the score. The return touchdown capped a three-reception, 115-yard day for him.

Cameron Johnson intercepted Dart near the goal line on the next USC possession. UCLA then went 98 yards in 11 plays, with Zach Charbonnet scoring on a 4-yard carry.

Charbonnet rushed for 167 yards on 28 carries. Thompson-Robinson rushed for 46 yards and scored touchdowns on a 4-yard run and a spectacular 15-yarder on which he hurdled over a defender into the end zone.

Thompson-Robinson went 16-of-22 passing for 349 yards. Kyle Philips led the Bruins in receptions with six for 80 yards and scored on catches of 23 and 11 yards.

–Field Level Media

Nov 13, 2021; Pasadena, California, USA; Colorado Buffaloes quarterback Brendon Lewis (12) is tackled by UCLA Bruins defensive back Quentin Lake (37) in the second half against the Colorado Buffaloes at Rose Bowl. Mandatory Credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

UCLA scores 37 unanswered to crush Colorado

UCLA quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson rushed for 99 yards, and Zach Charbonnet and Brittain Brown combined for another 125 on the ground in the Bruins’ 44-20 win Saturday over Colorado at Pasadena, Calif.

UCLA (6-4, 4-3 Pac-12) trailed 20-10 at halftime before scoring 34 unanswered points to take control of the game against the Buffaloes (3-7, 2-5).

The Bruins, coming off consecutive losses, are bowl eligible for the first time since 2017.

Thompson-Robinson, who missed UCLA’s previous game at Utah two weeks ago with a thumb injury, completed 18 of 27 pass attempts for 257 yards with no touchdowns and an interception. His 99 yards rushing came on nine carries.

Charbonnet had 17 rushes for 67 yards with three touchdowns and Brown finished with 58 yards on six rushes with a touchdown.

UCLA finished with 245 rushing yards and 502 total.

The Bruins had seven penalties for 42 yards in the first half and had none in the third quarter before getting flagged twice for 25 yards.

UCLA scored on five consecutive possessions, starting with a 41-yard field goal by Nicholas Barr-Mira as time expired in the first half.

Thompson-Robinson rushed for a 23-yard touchdown and Charbonnet had scoring runs of two and three yards in the third quarter.

Charbonnet added another touchdown, a 2-yard score with 12:12 left in the fourth quarter, to increase the lead to 37-20.

Colorado punted after five plays on the ensuing possession, resulting in Kyle Philips returning the punt 82 yards for the final score with 10:10 remaining.

Philips also had eight receptions for 99 yards, giving him 192 total yards.

Colorado’s Brendon Lewis completed 17 of 26 pass attempts for 158 yards. Jarek Broussard finished with 108 yards on 16 carries.

The Bruins’ defense limited Colorado to 359 total yards, including only 117 in the second half. The Buffaloes were only 1-of-7 in third-down conversions after halftime.

Colorado also rushed for just 38 yards in the second half after gaining 155 on the ground in the first half.

–Field Level Media

Oct 16, 2021; Seattle, Washington, USA; UCLA Bruins head coach Chip Kelly returns to the locker room following pregame warmups against the Washington Huskies at Alaska Airlines Field at Husky Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

Pressure mounting on Chip Kelly as UCLA hosts Colorado

Following consecutive losses to Oregon and Utah and then having a week off, UCLA and embattled head coach Chip Kelly look to get back to winning when the Bruins host Colorado in a Pac-12 game Saturday in Pasadena.

The Buffaloes, coached by former UCLA coach Karl Dorrell, are coming off a 37-34 double-overtime victory over Oregon State at Boulder, Colo.

Colorado is 0-3 on the road this season losing by an average of almost 23 points.

The Buffaloes (3-6, 2-4 Pac-12) dropped consecutive games on the road against California and Oregon, losing 26-3 to the Golden Bears and 52-29 to the Ducks, before the win against the Beavers.

“We got a lot of work to do, and we can feel good about what we’ve done at this point,” said Dorrell, who was a receiver at UCLA from 1983-86 and was 35-27 as a head coach there from 2003-07.

“Hopefully we play better and continue to do some positive things as we move through this last part of the season.”

UCLA (5-4, 3-3) has lost three of its last five, including two games at the Rose Bowl against Arizona State and Oregon.

Kelly is facing criticism from the Los Angeles media for the Bruins’ record in his fourth season as head coach. He is 15-25 overall and 13-18 in Pac-12 games during his tenure.

The Los Angeles Times ran a story this week with the headline: “Chip Kelly is nowhere close to elite, and UCLA can do much better.”

The Bruins, who played without injured starting quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson in the loss at Utah two weeks ago, are facing the likelihood of having their Rose Bowl drought reach 23 years.

“We still got a lot of football to be played this season,” Kelly said. “I wouldn’t bet against that group (his players) in that room there. That group in that room there’s awesome and I love those kids.”

Thompson-Robinson returned to practice this week after suffering a right thumb injury against Oregon that kept him out against Utah. He warmed up before the game against the Utes but did not play.

Ethan Garbers replaced Thompson-Robinson at Utah and the Bruins had the opportunity to take the Pac-12 South lead but lost 44-24 because their defense allowed the Utes to rush for 290 yards.

Colorado quarterback Brenden Lewis has been efficient in the Buffaloes’ last two games, throwing six touchdown passes with no interceptions. He has completed 40 of 57 pass attempts for 394 yards with only one sack.

–Field Level Media

Oct 23, 2021; Pasadena, California, USA; UCLA Bruins running back Brittain Brown (28) carries the ball against the Oregon Ducks in the first half at Rose Bowl. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Travis Dye scores 4 TDs, No. 10 Oregon holds on at UCLA

Travis Dye scored four rushing touchdowns despite running for only 35 yards on 14 carries, and No. 10 Oregon rallied from a 14-point deficit for a 34-31 win over UCLA Saturday afternoon at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif.

Dye, at one point in the game, had all four touchdown runs on four consecutive carries. Quarterback Anthony Brown completed 29 of 39 passes for 296 yards, but two fourth-quarter interceptions gave the Bruins a chance to come back.

UCLA had the ball in Oregon territory with a minute to play, but backup quarterback Ethan Garbers was picked off by Oregon’s D.J. James to seal the Ducks’ win. Garbers had to come in when starter Dorian Thompson-Robinson had to exit during the drive after a hard hit.

The Ducks (6-1, 3-1 Pac-12) scored three second-half touchdowns, two in the third quarter for Dye and a 43-yard run up the middle for a touchdown for Brown. The Ducks also blocked a punt in the third quarter, which set up a score, and star defensive end Kayvon Thibodeaux was a disruptor with two sacks, numerous pressures and hits and a team-high eight solo tackles.

But the Bruins rallied from a 34-17 deficit with two touchdowns, their last with 6:34 to play in the game on Brittain Brown’s one-yard touchdown run after Brown was intercepted.

UCLA (5-3, 3-2 Pac-12) got 216 passing yards from Thompson-Robinson, who also ran for a fourth-quarter touchdown.

UCLA scored on its opening drive, then added a short touchdown pass from Thompson-Robinson to Kazmeir Allen for a 14-0 first quarter lead.

After Dye had a touchdown called back for being down at the 1-yard line, Brown’s pass was tipped and intercepted. But UCLA was offside, and Dye punched it in on the next play.

The Ducks had never trailed by more than 10 points at any point in a game this season, but they tied the score after a missed field goal. A 12-play, 80-yard drive ended with Dye running four yards to tie the score with 2:49 to play in the half.

The Bruins drove for a field goal to take a 17-14 lead into halftime. They held a rushing offense averaging 210 yards per game to 35 in the first half and 121 for the game.

Oregon has won the last nine meetings. All three of UCLA’s losses this year have come at home.

–Field Level Media

Oct 2, 2021; Pasadena, California, USA; UCLA Bruins quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson (1) runs the ball against Arizona State Sun Devils defensive back Chase Lucas (24) during the first half at Rose Bowl. Mandatory Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

UCLA prepares for loud Washington crowd

As UCLA began preparing for its game at Washington, a grunge-themed playlist of Nirvana’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit,” Pearl Jam’s “Even Flow” and the Foo Fighters’ “My Hero” blared through the speakers on the practice field.

It was a nod to Seattle being the home of the genre and the loud crowd the Bruins will have to deal with Saturday night at Husky Stadium.

UCLA quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson said he didn’t even notice the music because he was “so locked in to practice and what we’ve got going on.”

That should be a relief for the Bruins (4-2, 2-1 Pac-12), as Thompson-Robinson is coming off his worst game of the season. He completed 8 of 19 passes for 82 yards as UCLA didn’t pull away until late in a 34-16 victory at winless Arizona.

“I don’t know (how) you can prepare for that; maybe turn the music up loud at practice,” Thompson-Robinson said of an anticipated sellout crowd for Washington’s homecoming, when it will be celebrating its 1991 national championship. “It’s pretty quiet when you’re tuned in, locked in to your assignment.”

Despite the quarterback’s struggles against Arizona, teammate Brittain Brown rushed for a game-high 146 yards on 12 carries (a 12.2-yard average) and Zach Charbonnet added 117 yards on 21 attempts as the Bruins amassed 329 yards on the ground.

UCLA might need to repeat that feat Saturday as the Huskies (2-3, 1-1) have the top-ranked passing defense in the conference.

Washington had a bye last weekend after absorbing a last-second, 27-24 loss at Oregon State.

The break gave the Huskies a chance to get healthy. Preseason All-America linebacker Zion Tupuola-Fetui might make his 2021 debut after tearing his left Achilles during spring practice.

It also has given them an extra week to prepare for UCLA coach Chip Kelly’s offense.

“I have a lot of respect for Chip,” Washington coach Jimmy Lake said. “I think he really changed football — not just college football. He changed football with all the different schemes he was running years ago, even when he was back in New Hampshire and of course his run at Oregon.

“Now you can see he’s doing some different things schematics-wise that cause defenses problems. And then throw in there they have talented players. … They present a lot of challenges.”

–Field Level Media

Aug 28, 2021; Pasadena, California, USA; UCLA Bruins head coach Chip Kelly reacts in the first half against the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors at Rose Bowl. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

UCLA runs past Arizona, hands Wildcats 17th straight loss

Brittain Brown rushed for a season-best 146 yards and scored a touchdown and Zach Charbonnet added a season-high 117 as UCLA ran to a 34-16 victory over Arizona in Pac-12 play on Saturday night at Tucson, Ariz.

Dorian Thompson-Robinson rushed for two touchdowns and added a passing score as the Bruins (4-2, 2-1 Pac-12) racked up 329 yards on the ground.

Jordan McCloud completed 21 of 30 passes for 182 yards before leaving with an apparent right knee injury for the Wildcats (0-5, 0-2).

Arizona has lost 17 straight games since beating Colorado 35-30 on Oct. 5, 2019.

Thompson-Robinson was just 8-of-19 passing for 82 yards and one interception but the Bruins outgained the Wildcats 411 to 362.

Thompson-Robinson’s 4-yard scoring run to the right side gave UCLA a 24-16 advantage with 4:06 left in the third quarter.

McCloud was injured on the third play of the fourth quarter on the strip-sack by Otito Ogbonnia with 14:14 remaining. McCloud was seen on the sidelines sporting crutches and an icepack on the knee.

Brown later put the game away on a third-and-2 play when he raced up the middle for a 48-yard scoring run to give the Bruins a 15-point edge with 7:48 remaining.

Nicholas Barr-Mira added a 43-yard field goal with 1:43 remaining.

Gunner Cruz completed 4 of 7 passes for 48 yards in place of McCloud for the Wildcats.

Arizona ran 50 first-half plays to UCLA’s 29 but it was the Bruins who held a 14-13 lead at the break.

The Wildcats received a 28-yard field goal from Tyler Loop to cap their opening drive. But the Bruins answered with a touchdown as Thompson-Robinson connected on a 3-yard pass to Greg Dulcich with 3:48 left in the first quarter.

Arizona moved within 7-6 when long-range kicker Lucas Havrisik booted a 46-yard field goal with 14:18 left in the first half. The Bruins pushed the lead to eight when Thompson-Robinson scored on a 2-yard keeper with 3:01 left.

The Wildcats used a trick play to pull within one. McCloud threw a backward pass to his left to Jamarye Joiner and the former high school quarterback delivered a 10-yard touchdown pass to Michael Wiley with 30 seconds remaining.

The teams traded field goals in the first 6:42 of the third quarter. Barr-Mira kicked a 23-yard field goal for the Bruins and Havrisik was again good from 46 for Arizona.

–Field Level Media

Oct 2, 2021; Pasadena, California, USA; UCLA Bruins quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson (1) runs the ball against the Arizona State Sun Devils during the first half at Rose Bowl. Mandatory Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

Arizona lugs 16-game skid into matchup with UCLA

UCLA looks to shore up its defense and keep Arizona winless when the squads meet Saturday night in Tucson, Ariz.

The Bruins (3-2, 1-1 Pac-12) have allowed 40 or more points in each of their two losses this season, both of which came at home. They fell 40-37 to Fresno State on Sept. 18 and allowed 18 unanswered points in the second half last weekend in a 42-23 setback against Arizona State.

UCLA has given up an average of 20.3 points in its three victories.

“We’ll learn from this loss (to the Sun Devils) and those mistakes, and I’m confident we’re going to go out and beat Arizona,” Bruins linebacker Jordan Genmark Heath said.

The Wildcats (0-4, 0-1) haven’t even scored 20 points in a game this season under first-year coach Jedd Fisch.

Worse, they are mired in a 16-game losing streak since winning 35-30 at Colorado on Oct. 5, 2019.

Arizona had a bye last weekend after losing 41-19 to then-No. 3 Oregon on Sept. 25.

Fisch says there is a simple reason his team hasn’t been victorious. The Wildcats aren’t ready to win.

“The wins are going to come. They always do,” Fisch said. “And it’s a matter of when they come. We have to earn the right to win. If we earn the right to win, we’ll win.”

Fisch has ties to UCLA, as he served as the Bruins’ offensive coordinator in 2017. He ended up being interim head coach for the final two games — going 1-1 — after Jim Mora was fired.

Against Oregon, Fisch started South Florida transfer Jordan McCloud at quarterback, and the results were mixed. The good was that McCloud passed for 233 yards and one touchdown and rushed for 64 yards.

The bad was really bad: McCloud threw five interceptions.

Regardless, Fisch appointed McCloud the starter for the rest of the season.

UCLA features a standout quarterback in Dorian Thompson-Robinson, who has passed for 1,154 yards and 10 touchdowns against just one interception. Thompson-Robinson also has rushed for two scores.

Thompson-Robinson passed for 235 yards and one touchdown and also rushed for 93 yards in the loss to Arizona State.

The Bruins can’t afford to slip up against the Wildcats if they want to make a run at the Pac-12 South crown.

“Every week is a battle in this league and you don’t really look at records, you don’t talk about it,” UCLA coach Chip Kelly said. “We don’t talk about conference record. It’s really irrelevant right now in the first week of October. We just have to get back on track, and we have to prepare to go play Arizona down in Arizona.”

–Field Level Media

Oct 2, 2021; Pasadena, California, USA; UCLA Bruins running back Zach Charbonnet (24) runs the ball against Arizona State Sun Devils defensive lineman Joe Moore (58) linebacker Darien Butler (20) and linebacker Merlin Robertson (8) during the first half at Rose Bowl. Mandatory Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

Arizona St. runs away from No. 20 UCLA, 42-23

Jayden Daniels passed for 286 yards, connecting on two long touchdown passes to Ricky Pearsall, as Arizona State took over sole possession of first place in the Pac-12 South by beating No. 20 UCLA 42-23 on Saturday night in Pasadena, Calif.

Daniels completed 13 of 18 passes and also ran for 45 yards on six carries. Pearsall had scoring grabs of 65 and 54 yards in the second quarter. Rachaad White and DeaMonte Trayanum combined to rush for 131 yards and three touchdowns for ASU (4-1, 2-0 Pac-12).

UCLA (3-2, 1-1) was held scoreless in the second half, squandering a key scoring chance early in the fourth quarter. ASU’s Eric Gentry stuffed Dorian Thompson-Robinson on a quarterback keeper on fourth-and-1 from the 2.

The Sun Devils then marched 96 yards on 11 plays to go up 39-23, capped by White’s 1-yard run. Daniels fueled the drive on the first play by rolling out and hitting Curtis Hodges for a gain of 48 yards.

Cristian Zendejas finished the scoring with a 32-yard field goal with 2:41 to go.

Thompson-Robinson was 21 of 32 passing for 235 yards and a touchdown, and he also led the Bruins in rushing with 93 yards on 18 attempts. UCLA tight end Greg Dulcich caught nine passes for 136 yards.

Arizona State led 24-23 at halftime and scored the only points of the third quarter when White broke free for a 49-yard touchdown run, followed by a two-point conversion, with 13:32 to go in the quarter.

ASU snapped UCLA’s six-game streak of scoring at least 35 points.

The Bruins took a 10-3 lead on the first play of the second quarter, when Thompson-Robinson fired a 3-yard pass into the end zone for Kyle Philips.

Arizona State answered with Trayanum’s 6-yard scoring run, and the speedy Pearsall twice countered UCLA scores. He turned a wide receiver screen into a 65-yard romp and hauled in a deep pass for a 54-yard touchdown and a 24-20 lead with 2:44 to go before half.

That appeared to be how the half was going to end, but ASU muffed a punt in the final seconds, setting up UCLA for a 26-yard field goal on the final play.

–Field Level Media