No. 9 UCLA football (6-1, 3-1 Pac-12) saw its undefeated season come to an end at the hands of No. 10 Oregon (6-1, 4-0 Pac-12) in Eugene on Saturday,

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losing the game 45-30. In the first top-10 vs. top-10 matchup in the Pac-12 since 2016, the Bruins were unable to rise to the occasion,

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It wasn’t for a lack of trying, or for a lack of moving the ball, considering UCLA scored on its first five possessions of the day and six of their seven drives overall.

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It wasn’t for a lack of trying, or for a lack of moving the ball, considering UCLA scored on its first five possessions of the day and six of their seven drives overall.

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Quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson still completed 69.2% of his attempts for 259 yards, while running back Zach Charbonnet racked up 182 yards from scrimmage on 7.6 yards per touch.

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Oregon went up 17-10 on a 49-yard bomb, but instead of kicking it back to UCLA and giving them a chance to tie it up,

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Kicker Nicholas Barr-Mira hit all three of his tries from 47, 44 and 33 yards out, but those makes all represented drives where UCLA couldn’t cross the goal line.

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It also didn’t help that the defense didn’t force a sack or turnover all day, nor did they force a punt until there were fewer than seven minutes left on the clock.

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