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66 points scored by the Bruins offense was not as surprising as holding Arizona to 10 points. So let's start with some great defensive plays. On Arizona's first play of their second series, Cassius Marsh sacks Matt Scott for a 3 yard loss.
Late in the first quarter, Datone Jones stops Ka'Deem Carey for no gain.
Not to be outdone, a few plays later, Anthony Barr hits Carey for a 3 yard loss.
Seems like Carey got the message as he would only manage a season low 54 yards rushing for the night.
Eric Kendricks was all over the place. Here he forces a fumble on B.J. Denker, who had to come in relief of Matt Scott. Johnny on the spot Cassius Marsh dove in and eventually recovered the ball.
Late in the third quarter that ever present Kendricks chases down Denker and sacks him for a 2 yard loss.
Denker doesn't like Mr. Kendricks' neighborhood much as he gets sacked again, this time for a loss of 11 yards in the fourth quarter.
Late in the fourth quarter UCLA's defense got a gift-wrapped messed-up-mesh fumble recovered by Brandon Willis who rumbled down to the Arizona 17.
What an impressive defensive performance against the high-powered Arizona offense. Obviously there were also great performances by players not highlighted here; it was truly a team effort to hold Arizona to less than half of their offensive average yardage. Kudos to Mora and his coaching staff. Now the goal is to maintain that intensity and to not take any opponent lightly or to look ahead. One game at a time.