Breaking down the turnovers

Here is what UCLA coach Rick Neuheisel said about each of the the turnovers, beginning the crazy play in which everyone stopped on the field after a fumble before Arizona State picked it up and jogged into the end zone.
“The first one, our players felt like they heard a whistle, which is why they stopped,” Neuheisel said. “(Running back) Derrick Coleman even had the ball in his hands for a brief time and then just laid it on the ground because all the players on the field were stopped.”
As for QB Kevin Craft’s three interceptions?
“The (first pick) was an ill-advised throw into coverage that got tipped and taken back for a touchdown,” Neuheisel said. “The (second) one was just an unfortunate slight underthrow on a corner route that I thought we had a chance to hit and then hopefully get the two-point conversion and tie the game. But it was slightly underthrown the guy returned it for a back-breaking touchdowns.”

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