Arizona 16-7

Alex Zandejas nailed a 42-yard field goal after missing a PAT, and the Wildcats once again sustained a long drive to score on the reeling UCLA defense.

Drive Time: 44 yards, 11 plays, 4:58

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13-7 Arizona

Keola Antolin capped an 85-yard drive for Arizona with a two-yard touchdown run.
UCLA again had the Wildcats on the ropes, facing a 4th-and-1 at the Bruins 34-yard line, but Arizona once again escaped danger and scored shortly after.

Drive Time: 11 plays, 85 yards, 5:05

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7-7 UCLA / Arizona

The Bruins responded quickly to Arizona’s opening score.
Derrick Coleman picked up great blocks from Ryan Taylor and Eddie Williams, both pulling to the right, and Coleman hit the hole with authority from 11 yards out.
UCLA came out throwing, with Richard Brehaut hitting Jerry Johnson and Anthony Barr on consecutive passes to start the drive, but turned it over to Johnathan Franklin (19 yards) and Coleman.

Drive Time: 45 yards, 8 plays, 3:52

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7-0 Arizona

Matt Scott hit Juron Criner for a 41-yard touchdown pass to put the Wildcats up 7-0 after one drive.
UCLA had Arizona facing a 1st-and-20 from its 35-yard line, but took only four plays to get out of the mess.

Drive Time: 80 yards, 8 plays, 3:36

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