Goal achieved?

UCLA linebacker Reggie Carter said after Arizona State’s fourth defensive touchdown, which came with nine minutes left, he gathered the defense and told them the Bruins had a chance to give up the fewest yards since the Bruins allowed 42 to Arkansas in the 1989 Cotton Bowl.
“After the last Arizona State score, I just got the whole defense up and told them, win, lose or draw …I thought we could break this record,” UCLA linebacker Reggie Carter said. “I think we achieved our goal. Win, lose or draw, I think we achieved our goal. Win, lose or draw, the defense played hard.”
Indeed, UCLA did it, allowing 122 to the Sun Devils.

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