A photo review of the match-up between the visiting Beavers of Oregon St and our UCLA Bruins at the Rose Bowl
At least we can always count on our band to be good.
Brett Hundley scrambles for just a yard on the Bruins first series.
Despite an 8-yard catch and run by Devin Lucien it was three-and-out.
We saw Jeff Locke doing this way too many times. Locke punted eight times - including six punts in the first half alone.
The Bruins defense just couldn't quite get to Sean Mannion often enough.
Despite some good defensive effort, the Beavers marched down the field.
The defense did stiffen, limiting the Beavers to a field goal on their first series.
Johnathan Franklin can't find any running room and it's another three-and-out.
Freshman Jordan Payton gets de-cleated. Welcome to college ball.
Brett Hundley scrambles for 25 yards.
Tevin McDonald puts a stranglehold on Markus Wheaton
Anthony Barr finally gets a hold of Mannion and sacks him for a 9-yard loss.
Shaq Evans gets some YACs and motors down to the Oregon State 10 yard line during a 46-yard reception.
The Bruins can't punch it in and have to settle for a field goal.
On Oregon State's next possession, Brandin Cooks burns the UCLA secondary for a 75-yard touchdown catch and run.
Hundley scrambles again for only 3 yards, but a 15-yard penalty is tacked on for hitting out of bounds.
The Bruins have to give up the ball again so Mr. Reliable pins Oregon State at the 13-yard line.
I thought TECHFIT was supposed to prevent this.
Beavers pressure Hundley leading to a sack and another punt from Locke.
Sheldon Price wraps up Wheaton a little too late as he scores on a 42-yard pass. With the PAT Oregon St. led 17-3.
Okay, I need something to take my mind off the game.
Hundley scrambling again, this time for 5 yards.
Dalton Hilliard draws a bead on Mannion...
...and sacks him.
Shaq Evans hauls in a pass...
...and scampers in for a 65-yard touchdown. Bruins trail 17-10 at the half.
The Bruins first series of the second half started with an 11-yard pitch play to Franklin, but ended three-and-out.
Barr and Owamagbe Odighizuwa collapse on Mannion...
...and force a fumble as the Beavers present the first of two gifts to the Bruins early in the third quarter.
Tevin McDonald scoops up the loose ball, but despite great field position at the Beavers 43 yard line, the Bruins squander the opportunity with a four-and-out series.
On the Beavers first play after the change of possession, Stan McKay makes a great interception.
The Bruins again have great field position, this time at the Beavers 48.
The drive starts out promising...
...with a 12-yard pass to Shaq Evans to the 36.
But a 4-yard reception by Kenneth Walker is nullified by a holding penalty as the Bruins fail to take advantage of another Beaver gift.
Gracious hosts, the Bruins return the favor with a pass interference on third and goal.
With a new set of downs and the ball at the two, the Beavers score easily and lead 24-10.
The Bruins respond with their best sustained drive of the day going 75 yards in seven plays. Here, Shaq Evans goes for more YACs, adding to his team-leading 148 yards receiving.
JetSki had a tough day, but breaks free for 13 yards and a 1st down on this play.
Joseph Fauria stretches for the 1st down.
Darius Bell's 29-yard reception got the Bruins to the Beavers 4 yard line.
Steven Manfro lunges to the one-yard line.
Hundley gets a little help from Franklin for a touchdown.
Ka'imi Fairbairn is starting to be automatic with PAT's, but how about those blocking assignments? Bruins trail 24-17.
Tevin McDonald has Brandin Cooks in his sights...
...but while McDonald upends Cooks, he's not wrapped up...
...so Cooks is off to the races...
...and sprints for 46 yards until Barr tackles him at the Bruins one-yard line. Big props to the defense for not giving up...
...as the ensuing goal line stand forces the Beavers kick a field goal keeping the Bruins within 10 points at 27-17 with 9:33 to play.
Unfortunately, UCLA couldn't score until Fairbairn connected on a 35-yard field goal with 1:47 left in the game. The Bruins run out of time, and fall to the Beavers 27-20.