Anthony Jefferson did it again, picking off a pass by Utah's Travis Wilson for the second time.
It was a huge play as UCLA tried to protect a three-point lead.
It was the fifth pass by Wilson, a sophomore from San Clemente High, that the Bruins have picked off tonight.
UCLA took over at the Utah 40 and it didn't take long before a brilliant 36-yard touchdown run by Hundley put the Bruins up by 10 points.
The Fox announcers were right in saying uptempo offenses have a tough time running out the clock with a lead but it helps when your defense intercepts the opposing quarterback's passes five times.
Injury update: Receiver Shaq Evans grabbed his right knee at the 5:12 mark and hobbled off.
UCLA is starting to pile up some injuries as Evans joins tackle Torian White and running back Jordon James.
Ka'imi Fairbairn put UCLA back ahead with a 47-yard field goal.
Call this a sign of leadership and maturity.
Brett Hundley just threw the worst pass he's thrown as a Bruin but he calmly took his team right back down the field. UCLA got the ball back at its own 23 and methodically marched 47 yards in 12 plays.
Hundley made another big mistake when he was called for intentional grounding on second and six at the Utah 23.
It looked like it would take UCLA out of field-goal range, but Hundley then made a brilliant 14-yard scramble to get Fairbairn inside of 50 yards for the important attempt.
UCLA then made a big stop and forced a Utah punt with 6:36 left.
Can the Bruins hold on?
I think that's what you call a "turning point."
Pinned near his own end zone, and scrambling aimlessly out of the pocket, Brett Hundley did what coaches tell you never to do.
He threw weakly across the field into the right flat. Utah's Keith McGill stepped in front of the pass and returned it 19 yards of the tying touchdown with 13:23 left.