On Saturday at Memphis, UCLA brought it back. The Bruins' win saw three touchdown receptions from Darren Andrews running 92 yards and a pick-six by Darney Holmes for a 28-point advantage at halftime. The receiving end was taken care off by Theo Howard who made game-high 110 yards receiving on seven catches with a score.
The Darrell Henderson- Patrick Taylor Jr. duo posted 169 and 132 rushing yards, respectively, combining for three rushing touchdowns.
UCLA linebacker Kenny Young and safeties Adarius Pickett and Jaleel Wadood left with injuries in the 56-23 victory against visiting Hawaii on Saturday, defensive lineman Boss Tagaloa didn't suit up because of an ailment and linebacker Josh Woods was ejected for targeting, meaning he'll sit out the first half against Memphis.
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In a later statement, Carballo said, "The center and its medical and administrative staff diligently prepared" for the hurricane. In Hollywood, the Rehabilitation Center said the hurricane had knocked out a transformer that powered the air conditioning.
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That one victory came against A&M 21 years ago in Lafayette, when the town partied for days afterward. Those were among eight Aggie turnovers, four of them interceptions off quarterback Brandon Stewart.
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DiNucci led Pitt to two touchdowns before halftime, hitting Quadree Henderson on his first pass that turned into a 74-yard gain. Ateman caught the pass, eluded a diving tackle try by safety Dennis Briggs and ran into the end zone.
While the Tigers did not ultimately make Rosen pay after his second INT of the game the junior threw another bad ball on the ensuing drive that forced his wide receiver to interfere and cost the Bruins 15 more essential yards.
For Memphis, Riley Ferguson tossed the football around for an unbelievable 398 yards and six touchdowns.