Sophomore receiver Devin Fuller erupted for a career night against Colorado, catching a pair of touchdowns and scoring another on a lateral. His first end zone trip opened scoring for UCLA, a 76-yard pass that put the Bruins on the board late in the first quarter.
“The play was, I had a post,” said Fuller, who was used in more deep routes than he had been earlier in the season. “The safety sat on the inside of me. I just had to take it over the top. Brett threw a great ball. I just had to make a play on it. My eyes got big when I saw the ball in the air.”
The former high school quarterback said he had a few five-touchdown games when he played at Old Tappan in New Jersey, as well as a few passes that were around 76 yards. Most of those yards came after the catch, he added. Hundley’s ball traveled about 50 yards through the air.