Above is a look at UCLA’s yardage accumulated over the course of the game against Texas A&M, broken down by quarter. The team had its most success in the fourth quarter during that 15-point comeback, but also started to gain some traction in the second quarter too. UCLA had seven plays of 10 yards or longer in the second quarter.
The third quarter was UCLA’s worst offensive quarter. The Bruins only gained 24 total yards. Eleven plays went for zero or negative yardage. Kennedy Polamalu‘s inability to adjust to Texas A&M’s halftime adjustments in time ultimately cost the Bruins.
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