UCLA started the fourth quarter in Oregon State territory, and Mike Fafaul scrambled for 10 yards on the first play after the break. Soso Jamabo burst through the line for 14 yards on the next play, which moved the Bruins inside the red zone.
Then UCLA was aided by another Oregon State penalty, as a pass interference call in the end zone that pushed the ball to the two-yard line. Jalen Starks ran for one yard to set up third and goal on the one-yard line, and Fafaul bounced around the pocket before throwing a weakly thrown pass that was intercepted by Manase Hungalu.
As Hungalu ran toward midfield, a thinned Rose Bowl crowd started to boo. The Beavers then took over at their own 37-yard line. As a result of the turnover, UCLA still only leads Oregon State by one touchdown at 31-24.