UCLA football

UCLA beats Washington while USC idles ahead of Notre Dame game

Although UCLA and Washington had similar times of possession, the Bruins dominated the Huskies in rushing yards and converted 3 fourth downs to come out on top at Husky Stadium, 24-17.

Washington was first on the scoreboard with a 25-yard field goal by Peyton Henry in the first quarter. UCLA answered with a touchdown on a 17-yard pass from Dorian Thompson-Robinson to Kam Brown

UCLA followed that in the second quarter sith a 39-yard field goal by Nicholas Barr-Mira and a one-yard touchdown run by QB Thompson-Robinson and a point-after by Barr-Mira. Washington stayed in the game with a 26-yard touchdown pass from Dylan Morris to Rome Odunza to close out the half.

Wsahington came out of the lockeroom and evened the score with a one-yard run into the end zone by Dylan Morris, followed by a point-after by Henry. UCLA failed to score in the third quarter.

However, Thompson-Robinson connected on a nine-yard pass to Greg Dulcich in the fourth quarter to put the Bruins ahead in the fourth quarter. A point-after kick by Barr-Mira nailed the coffin shut, giving UCLA the win over Washington.

The next game for the Bruins will be at home against Oregon.

UCLA football schedule

Opponent Date and Time Location W|L Score
Hawai’i Aug. 28
12:30 pm PT
Pasadena W 44-10
LSU Sep. 4
5:30 pm PT
Pasadena W 28-27
Fresno State Sep. 18
7:45 pm PT
Pasadena L 40-37
at Stanford Sep. 25
TBD
Stanford W 35-24
Arizona State Oct. 2
TBD
Pasadena L 42-23
at Arizona Oct. 9
TBD
Tucson, AZ W 34-16
at Washington Oct. 16
TBD
Seattle, WA W 24-17
Oregon Oct. 23
TBD
Pasadena    
at Utah Oct. 30
TBD
Salt Lake City, UT    
Colorado Nov. 13
TBD
Pasadena    
at USC Nov. 20
TBD
Los Angeles
Memorial Coliseum
   
California Nov. 27
TBD
Pasadena    
Pac-12 Championship Dec. 3
TBD
Las Vegas, NV