UCLA Vs. Colorado Score Update: Bruins Hold 31-6 Lead In Fourth Quarter

The UCLA Bruins have been streaky throughout much of the 2011 season. At times they look befuddled and disorganized, and at other times everything seems to be going right, the team firing on all cylinders. So far in their game against the Colorado Buffaloes, the story has very much been a case of the latter. At the beginning of the fourth quarter, the Bruins are on top by a score of 31-6.

Colorado quarterback Tyler Hansen has looked hurried and bewildered by the Bruins defense for much of the game. He has thrown two interception and has passed for 108 of Colorado's 148 total yards. UCLA has done a great job of containing the Buffaloes in this game.

Although UCLA's offensive output has slowed after putting up21 unanswered points in the first quarter, they still managed to pick up three more in the third quarter on a 22 yard field goal by Tyler Gonzalez. At  the beginning of the fourth quarter, the Bruins were able to pick up another touchdown on a Kevin Prince touchdown pass to Joseph Fauria.

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