Adarius Pickett, Brayden Willis
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UCLA v. Oklahoma

Bruins strong safety Adarius Pickett interferes with Sooners tight end Brayden Willis in the fourth quarter.

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Sooners receiver CeeDee Lamb makes a spectacular catch but can’t stay inbounds against Bruins cornerback Nate Meadors in the third quarter.

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Bruins head coach Chip Kelly expresses frustration with the officials during the fourth quarter.

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UCLA wide receiver Chase Cota makes a catch in front of Sooners safety Jordan Parker in the fourth quarter.

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Bruins quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson is sacked by Sooners cornerback Trey Norwood in the third quarter.

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UCLA cornerback Darnay Holmes intercepts a pass intended for Sooners receiver Marquise Brown in the third quarter.

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Sooner receiver Marquise Brown breaks away for a touchdown catch and run against the Bruins in the first quarter.

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Sooners receiver, Marquise Brown, is lifted up by teammate Cody Ford after scoring a touchdown in the first quarter.

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Bruins cornerback Darnay Holmes breaks up a pass intended for Sooners receiver Marquise Brown in the first quarter.

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Sooners quarterback Kyler Murray looks downfield for an open receiver in second quarter action.

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 Bruins running back Kazmeir Allen is brought down by Sooners defender Mark Jackson in the first quarter.

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Bruins safety Adarius Pickett (6) puts a big hit on Sooners running back Rodney Anderson in the first quarter.

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UCLA running back Bolu Olorunfunmi barrels in to the end zone against the Sooners in the first quarter.

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Bruins head coach Chip Kelly watches his offense run a play against the Sooners in the fourth quarter.

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