Frankly, they should've won this game. The Bruins played well throughout, especially on defense. But the Cardinal got fired up for the final drive.
What can you do?
At LAT, "UCLA can't escape its past in stunning loss to No. 7 Stanford, 22-13":
It happened again. How could it happen again?Keep reading.
For all but the final two minutes Saturday night, UCLA did everything in its power to break an eight-game losing streak to a Stanford team that has long occupied its nightmares.
Then it happened again. Somehow, it happened again.
Stanford got tough. UCLA got tentative. Stanford found focus. UCLA lost control.
Stanford celebrated its history, while UCLA wallowed in its history, and everything changed as quickly as Josh Rosen fell into a heap while thousands stood stunned and frozen in the Rose Bowl stands rising around him.
The nightmare is back because, it turns out, the nightmare never left.
Stanford drove down the field in the final two minutes Saturday night to score the go-ahead touchdown on a leaping catch by J.J. Arcega-Whiteside from Ryan Burns with 24 seconds left, then added a fumble return for a touchdown on the final play for a 22-13 victory.
“Obviously that’s about as difficult as it gets,’’ said Bruin Coach Jim Mora...
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