UCLA football (5-0 Pac-12, 2 Pac-12) won an upset victory against No.
15 Washington (4-1 Pac-12), pulled off an upset win over No. The Bruins led by 40-16 at the end of the fourth quarter. But that lead was only eight minutes later.
Dorian Thompson Robinson, quarterback, was able to make a third down play on tight end Hudson Habermehl. It was enough to keep the
clock running after the Huskies had exhausted their timeouts. The Bruins didn't kick until the end, and Thompson-Robinson was leading the charge.
Thompson-Robinson managed 315 yards, three touchdowns and 24-of-33 passes to reach the air for 315 yards. She also added 53 yards of ground yards and a touchdown.
Thompson-Robinson’s favorite target Friday was Duke transfer receiver Jake Bobo. Jake racked 142 yards, two touchdowns and a career-high on six catches.
Zach Charbonnet, the running back, also did his part. He ran 22 carries for 124 yard and a touchdown. UCLA averaged 6.9 yards a play and needed all 499 yards to win.
The Huskies averaged 2.56 yards between their early touchdown score and the midpoint of their contest. Both their drives ended with a field goal, safety, two interceptions, and a punt.