The Bruins were helped by a roughing the passer call on Nebraska's Corey Cooper on a third-and-five play.
UCLA 24, Nebraska 21, 6:02 left in third quarter
A Memorial Stadium record crowd of 91,471 is stunned.
Well, except for a handful of UCLA fans.
Quarterback Brett Hundley takes the Bruins 57 yards in 1 minute 1 second. He throws for 40 yards and rushes for 12 on the drive.
Hundley’s perfectly thrown pass was grabbed by Shaquelle Evans for a 28-yard touchdown.
UCLA's defense has tightened up, getting the offense the ball back twice in the third quarter.
Nebraska 21, UCLA 17, 8:31 left in third quarter
The Bruins have a little giddy-up in their offense to start the second half.
The 89-yard drive opened with a 38-yard run by Jordon James. Brett Hundley completed a 20-yard pass to Paul Perkins for a first down at the Nebraska 20-yard line. On a third-and-15 play, Hundley zipped a pass to Devin Fuller for an 18-yard gain.
James then picked his way through the defense on a three-yard run for the touchdown.
Nebraska leads UCLA at the half, 21-10.
Taylor Martinez gave UCLA’s young and inexperienced secondary a lesson.
Martinez threw touchdowns passes of 11, 14 and 18 yards, building a 21-3 lead. He completed 11 of 16 passes for 116 yards.
The Bruins helped out.