UCLA-USC: Turnovers And Bad Blood Kill Bruins In 28-7 Loss

Posted by Derek Hart on November-30-2009 Add Comments

Now the UCLA Bruins know how Arizona State felt on November 21.

Wearing their 1967 throwback jerseys for the second time this month, UCLA's defense played well for most of the night, shutting down the USC Trojans' offense.

However, The Bruin offense was flat-out terrible.

Not only did they not run the ball well, not only was their offensive line beaten by USC's defensive front seven, but the Bruins coughed up a fumble and threw three interceptions, four turnovers in all, in losing to the Trojans 28-7 in the Coliseum before 85,713.

The game was close in the first half as both defenses stepped up. The only UCLA (6-6, 3-6 Pacific-10 Conference) mistake was quarterback Kevin Prince throwing an interception to USC ...

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