UCLA vs. Washington State: Bruins win fourth straight

The UCLA Bruins won their fourth straight game Saturday night, beating the Washington State Cougars in Pullman, 44-36.

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Ugly UCLA win a good sign for USC game

The UCLA Bruins won a scrap in tough road conditions, and they should be proud of that. Inspiring less pride is the fact that they fell into a scrap against a two-win team.


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Bruins show their character in win over WSU

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UCLA holds on to win 4th straight, 44-36 over WSU

The UCLA Bruins jumped out to a 30-point lead Saturday night in Pullman, and despite 22 unanswered points by Washington State, held on to beat the Cougars 44-36 for their fourth straight win.


UCLA blowing out Washington St. at the half

The UCLA Bruins scored 30 unanswered points in the second quarter to blow the game wide open and now lead the Washington St. Cougars, 37-7, at the half of their Pac-12 contest in Pullman, Washington.

With it tied at 7 after the first quarter, the Bruins' offense woke up and put three touchdowns on the board in only 3:32 of possession time. Quarterback Brett Hundley threw three second-quarter touchdowns to three different receivers as the Bruins have maximized their offensive opportunities. The Bruins and Cougars are neck-and-neck in offensive production but the Bruins have been able to capitalize with touchdowns while the Cougars have not.

Cougars quarterback Jeff Tuel has 126 yards on 11-of-14 passing, while Hundley finished the half with 167 yards on 11-for-12 passing, three touchdowns and one interception. Neither team has really been able to run the ball against the other.

It's come down to who can be opportunistic and who can't. The Bruins are proving they can, as they have 16 points off a safety, an interception return and a fumble recovery.


UCLA, Washington St. all tied after one quarter

The UCLA Bruins and Washington St. Cougars are off to an exciting start in their Pac-12 contest in Pullman, Washington on Saturday as they are tied at seven apiece after the first quarter.

The Bruins struck first after they blocked a field goal attempt by the Cougars and Roosevelt Davis picked it up and ran for a 68-yard touchdown to make it 7-0. The Cougars answered with a 7-play, 90-yard drive that culminated in a Connor Halliday touchdown pass to Dominique Williams to tie the game.

UCLA's offense has barely seen the field as the Cougars held possession of the ball for over 12 minutes in the first quarter. The yardage totals are almost unfair to compare, as the Cougars have totaled 166 yards of offense to the Bruins' 22, but due to the Bruins' defensive touchdown, it's still tied up.

Cougars quarterback Jeff Tuel already has 126 yards on 11-for-14 passing.

The Bruins are 7-2 overall and 4-2 in the Pac-12 coming into the game, while the Cougars are still winless in the Pac-12 (0-6) and just 2-7 overall.


UCLA faces Washington State on Saturday

Previewing this weekend's Pac-12 battle between UCLA and Washington State.


UCLA expected to handle Cougars

UCLA is a prohibitive favorite over the Washington State Cougars.


Is UCLA vs. Washington State a trap game?

UCLA stands a better chance of being taken serious against Stanford and USC if they can do to the WSU Cougars what they did to Arizona. That said, they won't be able to do that if they spend their time thining about USC and Stanford instead of WSU.


UCLA and USC still control their own destiny

With their rivalry game still yet to be played, the UCLA Bruins and USC Trojans still have the good fortune of controlling their own destiny.


UCLA Bruins open as two TD favorites against WSU

Oddsmakers are giving UCLA a comfortable cushion for Saturday's matchup against Washington State as the Bruins are currently two touchdown favorites.

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