UCLA scores 13 4th-quarter points, beats No. 13 Washington State 25-17

Another unbeaten team has suffered its first loss of the season. 

UCLA running back Keegan Jones had a pair of rushing touchdowns and linebacker Oluwafemi Oladejo had a key interception in the fourth quarter to power the Bruins past No. 13 Washington State 25-17 on Saturday.

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Entering the final quarter trailing 17-12, UCLA put together a 10-play, 75-yard drive capped by Jones’ 13-yard touchdown run. 

The two-point conversion attempt failed, but no matter because Oladejo intercepted Cougars quarterback Cam Ward on the very first play of the next drive. 

That allowed the Bruins to head downfield in four plays for Jones to score again, this time on a 22-yard run. 

UCLA outgained Washington State 482-216 and went 3-for-3 on fourth down. The Bruins dominated time of possession 38:32-21:28.

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Bruins quarterback Dante Moore finished with 290 passing yards, two interceptions and a touchdown on 50% completion. Running back Carson Steele had 140 rushing yards and Jones had 45 on three carries.