UCLA Completes A 32-Point Comeback To Defeat Washington State

UCLA v Washington State

All you can say about UCLA's first win of the season is 'wow.'

With 6:52 remaining in the third quarter, Washington State led UCLA 49-17. It looked like Chip Kelly’s Bruins who scored exactly 14 points in each of their first three games were headed for a fourth straight loss to start the season. They would go on to win 67-63 just a few hours later.

That’s because UCLA quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson burst into flames. His team scored touchdowns on six straight possessions, at one point scoring 29 points in four and a half minutes. He had some serious help, as wide receiver Demetric Felton had a 94-yard touchdown catch to go with his 100-yard kick return from the first half.

With a minute left, Thompson-Robinson connected with Felton again, hitting him in the flat for what ended up being the game-winner.

Thompson-Robinson threw for 507 yards and five touchdowns while Washington State’s Anthony Gordon threw for 570 yards and nine touchdowns. What a game.

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