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Baylor dominates UCLA

In what was seen as a pick'em game in Las Vegas became a laugher by halftime. With Baylor leading 35-10 over UCLA the staff was able to go conservative and run clock on the tired Bruin defense in the second half.

Star defensive player of the game were on defense with Chris McAllister registering 2 sacks, 5 tackles, and a pass broken up.

The entire defense dominated a balanced UCLA offense like a team from FCS instead of the the Pac 12. The Bears collected 13 tackles for loss, 6 sacks, and 11 passes broken up.

Chance Casey led the team with 9 solo tackles, a forced fumble, and a pass defended.

Coach Phil Bennett ran an aggressive blitzing defense all night that limited 1700 yard rusher Johnathan Franklin to 34 yards on 17 carries and 33 total rushing yards for the team on 28 carries.

Brett Hundley was 26 of 50 for 329 yards and 3 touchdowns with 34 coming on a play that would not count in if challenged.

Lache Seastrunk had 16 carries for 138 yards and 1 touchdown. Glasco Martin punished his way for 98 yards on 21 carries and found the endzone 3 times.

Nick Florence was 10 of 13 for 188 yards and 2 touchdowns.

Tevin Reese snuck behind the Bruin defense for a 55 yard touchdown in 2 catches for 68 yards. The nations leading receiver, Terrance Williams, closed his career with 2 catches for 68 yards as well.

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