UCLA-Kansas State: Bruins Step Up When It Counts in 23-9 Win

Posted by Derek Hart on September-21-2009 Add Comments

Like Coach Rick Neuheisel told the crowd at the Rose Bowl after UCLA's 23-9 victory over the Kansas State Wildcats this past Saturday, "it wasn't pretty."

Though the Bruins had the lead throughout, mistakes continued to plague the team; UCLA had 80 yards in penalties, including several personal fouls on offense and an illegal formation call that negated a touchdown in the first half.

Despite all of that, the Bruins found a way to win.

Kevin Craft, seeing his first action at quarterback this season, performed better than he did during much of 2008, completing 13 of 24 passes with a 51-yard touchdown to Terrance Austin that sealed the game in the fourth quarter, his first since October of last ...

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