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Lack Of Offense By UCLA Leads To 13-0 Halftime Deficit To Stanford

UCLA managed just six first downs and 105 yards of offense in the first half, and trail Stanford at halftime, 13-0. The Bruins had three of their six drives end in three plays, and also committed two turnovers.

Kevin Prince was 4-for-8 for 29 passing yards in the first half, with one costly interception. On their best drive of the half, UCLA had a 3rd-and-20 from the 34 yard line, but Prince was picked off by Richard Sherman at the three yard line to end the Bruins’ best scoring threat.

Both teams have moved the ball on the ground, with Stanford gaining 101 yards on 21 carries, and UCLA amassing 76 yards on 19 carries.

The Bruins will receive the ball to begin the second half.