UCLA survives Utah, 34-27

In a game pock-marked by fumbles, injuries, interceptions and flags, UCLA survived an ugly game at Rice-Eccles Stadium, beating Utah, 34-27 to open its Pac-12 schedule. The Bruins grabbed six interceptions after entering Thursday with just one on the season, with freshman linebacker Myles Jack snuffing out the Utes last-ditch drive.

Brett Hundley, who appeared to injure his eye during the game, finished with 17 of 27 passing, 211 yards and a touchdown. He added one more touchdown catch from Devin Fuller. Running back Jordon James left the game near the end of the first half with an ankle injury and did not return.

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  • Marc

    What a great game and great win for the Bruins.

    Thursday night games are upset specials.

    On the road; tough environment. It was hovering around 38 degrees all game and it started raining late.

    The PAC-12 refs once again make a mockery of themselves on national T.V. There were atrocious calls all night, including the phantom hold on a nice punt return. The placement of the ball was also a bit off all night. It appeared the refs were walking off a yard on each UCLA down.

    Utah played tough. They played inspired football. UCLA just played a little tougher and a little more inspired.

    Hundley: wow! Aside from the pick-six. What a game. Passing, rushing, and receiving touchdowns, that’s incredible. Also, nice pooch punt inside the ten.

    He also had to deal all night with bad snaps and a ferocious rush.

    What was up with the snaps tonight? Wow!

    Paul Perkins stepped up big after James went down.

    I think Barr should start getting more national recognition now. Enough with the highly overrated Clowney.

    The young secondary, simply wonderful.

    Career long kick for Fairbare (sp?)

    Good job Bruins.