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Dawg Recap: Oregon State Beavers send Bruins Home with Second Loss

The UCLA Bruins traveled to Corvallis, OR for an evening showdown between two promising defenses. However, the 3 interceptions and as many broken coverages (and a Beavers FG) would put Oregon State in control of handing the Bruins their second loss of the season.



GAME SUMMARY:

INTERCEPTIONS? You can’t turn the ball over three times like this and expect to win. Dante Moore again threw a first-series INT, shades of Utah, that didn’t sit well with Chip Kelly. UCLA found themselves down 13-0 at the end of the first quarter. Donte Moore threw his third pick, which was returned for a TD near the end of the second quarter to bring them into halftime down 23-10


OSU came out in the second half and continued to dominate the rushing game. Between an established rushing attack, continued blown coverages by UCLA, and a solid game plan, the Beavers took advantage of the UCLA secondary. I normally try to ‘lay off' the officials, but there was a personal foul called for a face mask in the third quarter, if subjected to a review, it would have been overturned in a heartbeat. Hope that official gets his check partially withheld.


Final score OSU 36 - UCLA 24


TURNING POINT:

Dante Moore throwing a pick six in a close ball game, to close out the 2nd quarter.


WINNING MVP – Oregon State Beavers

Offensive - DJ Uiagalelei, 14/24, 266 yards, 2 TD

Defensive – Ryan Cooper Jr., 2 Tackles, 1 Pick Six


LOSING MVP – UCLA Bruins

Offensive – Carson Steele, 22 Rushes for 110 yards

Defensive – Kamari Ramsey, 8 Tackles, 4 Solo, 1.5 TFL


WHAT THIS MEANS – Oregon State Beavers

A bye this week then at Arizona the following week. Still in the hunt with only one loss.


WHAT THIS MEANS – UCLA Bruins

At Stanford this week. With a second loss they'll need some help for a shot at Pac-12 title.

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