UCLA Vs. Colorado Game Score: Bruins Offense Dominates, Lead 21-7 At Halftime

The UCLA Bruins closed out the first quarter with a slim seven point lead, but the team was able to extend it to 14 and enter halftime with a 21-7 lead over the Colorado Buffaloes.

After scoring the only touchdown of the game in the first half, Bruins quarterback Brett Hundley scored two more in the second quarter for the Bruins, one via the air and the other on the ground.

In the opening minutes of the second quarter, Hundley connected with Darius Bell on a 17 yard pass for a touchdown. The quarterback later found the promise land once again with 2:14 left in the first half, after he was able to sneak in a one-yard rushing touchdown.

Bruins running back Jonathan Franklin continued his dominance, too, accumulating for nearly 100 rushing yards in the first half alone. The senior running back did that in just ten carries, making it all the more impressive.

On the other end, UCLA's defense has stifled the Buffaloes offense thus far. The Bruins defense has held the Buffaloes to -30 yards and have allowed just 104 yards via the air, including a 17 yard passing touchdown.

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