OSU 19-11

A beautiful run-after-catch by Nelson Rosario culminated in a 58-yard touchdown catch and run to close the gap to 10, then Prince hit Rosario for the 2-point conversion.
UCLA blocked well in that drive for just the second sustained drive of the day.
It was the Bruins’ first offensive touchdown since the second quarter against Cal, a stretch of nearly 151 minutes.

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OSU 19-3

Another Oregon State drived stalled in UCLA territory, as Justin Kahut banged in his fourth field goal of the day, putting the Beavers up 16. Of course, a 16-point lead against the UCLA offense is like a 116-point lead against anyone else.

Drive time: 10 plays, 44 yards, 5:05

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OSU 16-3

UCLA finally got on the board with a 24-yard Kai Forbath field goal, but that’s after three straight runs in the red zone managed nine yards.

Drive Time 11 plays, 69 yards, 5:11

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Halftime observations

* The offensive line has been pitiful. You read it right: pitiful. There is absolutely zero consistency there, and guys are even getting run over.
* Compounded that with the fact that Kevin Prince seems hesitant to let it go early into man-on-man coverage, and the offense has been awful.
* This “creative” play-calling that UCLA started off with resulted in about five yards and nothing more.
* The defense is playing adequately, only burnt twice, on the Rodgers-to-Camp touchdown pass and on a 42-yard connection from Canfield to James Rodgers.
* Some sad stats: UCLA outgained 248-86; UCLA 18 rushing yards; UCLA four fumbles; UCLA three sacks.
* UCLA playing down 16 into the third quarter does not inspire positive thoughts.

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OSU 16-0

Oregon State added another Justin Kahut field goal after getting the ball back with 41 seconds left. The big hit, a 42-yard connection from Sean Canfield to James Rodgers.

Drive Time: 5 plays, 47 yards, 41 seconds

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