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UCLA stifles Arizona, 17-7
UCLA stifles Arizona, 17-7

UCLA and Arizona came into Saturday night’s game at the Rose Bowl combining for more than 76 points and 1,000 yards a game in offense. So, of course, it turned out to be a defensive struggle. Or, for Arizona, a struggle period. The 12th-ranked Wildcats couldn’t get anything going on offense and they couldn’t stop UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley. As a result, the No. 22-ranked Bruins came away with a key Pac-12 Conference victory, 17-7, before a crowd of 80,246 at the Rose Bowl. Hundley tied Cade McNown’s UCLA career record with his 68th touchdown pass, a 70-yard strike to Jordan Payton in the third quarter. But Hundley did most of his damage with his...

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