The second pass to Agholor was for the touchdown as the receiver went right down the middle of the UCLA defense.
Barkley has completed five of 10 passes for 108 yards with a touchdown and an interception.
This could be 50-0 all over again.
Just the other way around.
UCLA is moving at will against the USC defense. Third or fourth down? No problem.
Johnathan Franklin has scored on a 16-yard run for the Bruins, just a few plays after he turned in a play that pretty much summed up the efforts of both teams so far.
On a third-and-13 play from UCLA’s own 43, Franklin took a short pass from Hundley, was hit by USC’s Nickell Robey five yards short of the first down and bowled over him and through another couple of defenders to barely make the first down.
There were two other key plays on the drive: A third-down pass interference call on USC linebacker Lamar Dawson gave the Bruins a first down and a 16-yard pass from Hundley to Joseph Fauria on a third-and-nine play.
Hundley has completed 15 of 17 passes for 123 yards and two touchdowns. Franklin has 66 yards rushing in 10 carries.
So, USC fans, who do you think your next coach will be?
OK, it might be a little early to say that. Or not.
USC has two turnovers and UCLA has two touchdowns after those turnovers.
Marqise Lee fumbled at the USC 33-ayrd line and four plays later UCLA was in the end zone.
The touchdown came on a 17-yard pass from Brett Hundley to tight end Joseph Fauria.
And the Trojans can’t even get Lee loose on a kickoff, because Jeff Locke keeps booming kicks out of the end zone.
This UCLA field goal took a lot more work than the first Bruins’ touchdown.
UCLA drove 84 yards in 18 plays, chewing up nearly eight minutes of clock, but had to settle for a 23-yard field goal by Ka’imi Fairbairn.