In a game that no one expected, the UCLA Bruins are leading the Arizona Wildcats at halftime, 42-14 in Tucson.
So, wow. the UCLA Bruins are destroying the Arizona Wildcats at halftime. After a four touchdown second quarter performance, the Bruins dominated the Wildcats in every facet of this game. Let us check out how it happened:
-Arizona scores on a 34-yard pass from Anu Solomon to Nate Phillips. The Wildcats were picking on the Bruin secondary pretty heavily in their first drive as they marched down the field with ease. UCLA 0 – Arizona 7
-After an errant snap, Deon Hollins recovers the ball on a fumble. Paul Perkins then scores on a 16-yard run on the next play. UCLA 14 – Arizona 7.
End of 1st Qtr: UCLA 14 – Arizona 7
-UCLA marches down the field on the next drive with Perkins getting his second TD of the game. UCLA 21- Arizona 7.
-Rosen to Jordan Payton for a 12-yard touchdown. Payton injured his ankle earlier in the game but did not show it here as he put UCLA up with a catch in the corner (with the PAT) 28-7.
-Anu Soloman goes out of the game after getting hit on a run with just over ten and half minutes left in the half. His back-up Jerrard Randall runs for a touchdown on the next play, UCLA 28 – Arizona 14.
–Nate Starks then gets in on the action and puts UCLA up 35-14.
-Perkins then gets his third TD of the half as UCLA scores 42 points in the first two quarters. UCLA 42 – Arizona 14.
Josh Rosen: 214 yds, 2 TDs
Paul Perkins: 54 yards, 3 TDs
Jordan Payton: 86 yds, 1 TD