Foster Farms Bowl, UCLA vs. Nebraska Halftime Report


Here is an update of the UCLA-Nebraska battle in the Foster Farms Bowl.

We apparently have a battle in the Foster Farms Bowl as the UCLA Bruins and the Nebraska Cornhuskers are tied at the half.

UCLA had scored after a penalty-filled first drive with Thomas Duarte nearly lunging in for a touchdown. Paul Perkins followed up his incredible catch with an easy score going 1st and goal from the half-yard line.

Nebraska then scored after UCLA defensive penalty-laden drive when Imani Cross made it 7-7 with 3:50 left in the first quarter.

Shortly after, one of the most amazing scores came from seldom-used receiver Kenny Walker who got a rare touchdown pass that put UCLA up 14-7. Josh Rosen had sent a bomb 60-yards to Walker, who has had troubled hands all season.

The Bruins then scored  when Rosen went to RB Nate Starks for a 20-yard touchdown reception. UCLA went up 21-7, and unfortunately, that was all they scored for the half as Nebraska ran back into this game.

Nebraska scored twice in the second quarter to tie the game with less than a minute left in the first half, 21-21.

After 30 minutes, UCLA has 242 total yards while Nebraska claimed 250 with 144 on the ground. In the penalty department, UCLA has 5 for 48 yards while Nebraska has 4 for 26 yards.