Live coverage: UCLA 38, Arizona 17, in fourth quarter

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UCLA leads Arizona, 14-7, after dual nauseous buliding during a Rose Bowl. 

Here are some important stats from a initial half:

UCLA 

–Josh Rosen threw a 62-yard touchdown on a final play of a initial quarter, though was uneven in a second. He finished a half 9 for 24 for 168 yards and a touchdown, that he threw to Kenneth Walker III. 

–UCLA still can’t run, as evidenced by 26 yards in 14 rushing attempts. Nate Starks carried a bucket for a Bruins, using 8 times for 16 yards. He also rushed for UCLA’s initial touchdown, diving by a line from dual yards out. 

–Darren Andrews led all UCLA receivers with 3 catches for 40 yards. 

–The Bruins converted one of 8 third-down plays, and averaged a measly 5.1 yards per play. 

Arizona

–Wildcats quarterback Brandon Dawkins finished a half 8 for 17 for 73 yards. 

–Dawkins was a Wildcats’ heading rusher, going for 44 yards in 5 carries. Tyrell Johnson was a next-best rusher, gaining 33 yards in 9 attempts. 

–The Arizona flitting diversion was flattering delayed via a half, though Trey Griffey held dual passes for 38 yards. 

–The Wildcats finished 1 for 11 on third down, and averaged only 4 yards per play. 

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