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Holiday Bowl, UCLA vs. Baylor score: Bruins down, 35-10, at halftime

The Baylor Bears scored early and often to take a commanding 35-10 lead in to halftime.

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The UCLA Bruins fell behind early and are having trouble climbing back in to the game, as they trail the Baylor Bears, 35-10, at halftime of the Holiday Bowl.

After taking a 14-0 lead in the first quarter, the Bears scored another touchdown four minutes into the second quarter on a Nick Florence 55-yard pass to Tevin Reese, giving Baylor a 21-0 lead. Three plays into their next drive, Bears receiver Jordan Najvar fumbled and Bruins linebacker Randall Goforth recovered the ball on the Bears' 21 yard line. Two plays later, quarterback Brett Hundley hit tight end Joseph Fauria over the middle for a 22 yard touchdown pass to make the score 21-7.

The Bruins' defensive struggles continued as they allowed the Bears to march 75 yards down the field in under two minutes to take a 28-7 lead. After a Bruins 3-and-out, Baylor running back Lache Seastrunk took a hand off 43 yards for the score, making it a 35-7 lead for the Bears.

Hundley guided the Bruins down the field on a play that included a fake punt and a fourth-down completion to put a field goal on the board, making the score 35-10 at halftime.