Pac-12 Week Three Roundup: Oregon Ducks Win, Stanford Tops USC Trojans

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Sep 19, 2015; Pasadena, CA, USA; UCLA Bruins running back Nate Starks (23) hugs running back Paul Perkins (24) after he scored in the fourth quarter of the game against the Brigham Young Cougars at the Rose Bowl. Ucla won 24-23.Mandatory Credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

UCLA Battles Against BYU, Miles Jack Saves The Game

UCLA 24, BYU, 23

The comeback team of the year early this season has been BYU. That trend came to an end on Saturday night in Los Angeles. Quarterback Tanner Mangum had the ball for the final drive of the game and had his team driving, but threw the ball to Bruins Linebacker Miles Jack missing his Wide Receiver to end the game. The throw may have gotten the Cougars in to field goal range for a chance for the win. Following a stellar performance last week, UCLA Quarterback Josh Rosen became human throwing eleven for twenty three passes for one-hundred twenty six yards and three interceptions to go with one touchdown.

UCLA Running Back Paul Perkins carried the load with two-hundred nineteen yards and a score. Devin Fuller added close to two-hundred yards in the return game on the night helping the Offense get to the end zone. BYU’s Kicker Trevor Samson was primed for that final opportunity hitting three field goals in the game and accounting for eleven points overall.

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