The twisting, over-the-shoulder catch that Kenneth Walker III snagged with his fingertips during UCLA’s season opener hasn’t dissipated into the ether of an oppressively humid Texas afternoon. It lives on in the mind of the receiver, who says he has watched the play about 10 times.
“It doesn’t get old,” Walker said of his 62-yard touchdown reception Saturday against Texas A&M, the most dramatic part of the Bruins’ 15-point comeback in the fourth quarter of an overtime defeat.
There was a time when Walker refused to watch any part of a game filled with UCLA highlights.
He was with the Bruins in San Antonio preparing for the Alamo Bowl in December 2014 when he received...