UCLA vs. Stanford: Live updates, score, results, highlights, for Saturday's NCAA Football game – CBS Sports

  • October 30, 2022

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A Pac-12 battle is on tap between the UCLA Bruins and the Stanford Cardinal at 10:30 p.m. ET on Saturday at Rose Bowl. UCLA is out to keep their five-game home win streak alive.
The Bruins ended up a good deal behind the Oregon Ducks when they played last week, losing 45-30. UCLA was down 38-16 at the end of the third quarter, which was just too much to recover from. The losing side was boosted by RB Zach Charbonnet, who rushed for one TD and 136 yards on 19 carries.
Special teams collected 12 points for UCLA. K Nicholas Barr-Mira delivered a perfect 3-for-3 game.
Stanford can thank their lucky stars for their win over the Arizona State Sun Devils last week. The final score was a hard-fought 15-14. Kudos to the oddsmakers for accurately forecasting both the winner and the close margin. Stanford couldn’t find the end zone and got their points from five field goals.
Special teams was responsible for all of the team’s points. K Joshua Karty booted in five field goals, the longest a 47-yarder in the fourth quarter, which ultimately accounted for the difference in the contest.
This next matchup looks promising for the Bruins, who are favored by a full 16.5 points. Those burned by picking them against the spread last week might want to keep in mind that the team has not yet dropped back-to-back games against the spread this season.
UCLA is now 6-1 while the Cardinal sit at 3-4. Two offensive numbers to keep in mind before kickoff: UCLA enters the game with 497.4 yards per game on average, good for 10th best in the nation. Stanford has displayed some offensive firepower of their own as they rank 35th in the nation when it comes to passing yards per game, with 273.7 on average.
DTR passing yards: 199
Charbonnet rushing yards: 198
Stanford total offense: 194
🚀 72 YARD TOUCHDOWN pic.twitter.com/rwQKJyaUxI
DTR has 249 yards of total offense (199 pass, 50 rush).
𝗞𝗮𝘇𝗺𝗲𝗶𝗿 𝗔𝗹𝗹𝗲𝗻 … 𝟳𝟮 𝘆𝗮𝗿𝗱𝘀 … 𝗛𝗘 𝗚𝗢𝗡𝗘. 💨

UCLA 38, Stanford 6
10:29 – 4th quarter

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Kazmeir Allen carries the ball into the end zone for a 72-yard touchdown run. #UCLA 38
Stanford 6

4th Qtr | 10:29
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DTR with the keeper for a 1st down. He has 43 rushing yards on the night.
Ineligible receiver for Stanford. UCLA declines. It is 4th and 14 for Stanford and will punt.
End of the 3rd Quarter#UCLA 31
Stanford 6

Total Yards
UCLA 424 | Stanford 151

Pass Yards
UCLA 199 | Stanford 87

Rush Yards
UCLA 225 | Stanford 64

UCLA 20:56 | Stanford 24:01
HAT TRICK! pic.twitter.com/p3FyQDVMux
To the fourth.#GoStanford pic.twitter.com/6CtUpVKbki

UCLA 31, Stanford 6
0:03 – 3rd quarter

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Charbonnet scores on a 37-yard run. It is his 3rd TD of the game and now has 178 yards (averaging 10.5).#UCLA 31
Stanford 6

3rd Qtr | 0:03
Despite UCLA trying to pass the ball, this is not the most accurate game for DTR. He is currently 18/29 (62%). He was averaging 73% prior to the game.
The Stanford punter dropped the ball and barely gets it off before being tackled. It went about 23 yards.
Blaylock gets the sack on McKee. That is the thrift sack of the game for UCLA.
Zach Charbonnet 🚀😱

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Jonjon Vaughns appears t have been hurt on that last play. He needed some help off the field and is favoring his right lower leg.
On the hunt.#GoStanford pic.twitter.com/FP3xxc3blo
After scoring on its first four drives, UCLA has been blanked on the last three (missed FG, punt, punt).
DTR got the pass off, but he took the full force of the tackle. He was slow to get up. He was able to walk off the field on his own.
Charbonnet, man of many moves, rattles off a 21-yard run. He now has 138 for the game.
Currently, UCLA has 335 total yards to Stanford’s 126.
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DTR is sacked on 3rd down. That’s not exactly how it wanted to start the 2nd half.
Charbonnet with a rare fumble. Stanford almost recovers it, but Kam Brown jumps on it and UCLA retains possession.
UCLA will receive the ball to start the 2nd half.
Stanford gained 61 yards on its first drive, and then gained a total of 34 yards the rest of the half — that is, for five more drives. After gaining 5.5 yards per play in that first drive, it’s gained 1.9 per play since.
HALFTIME pic.twitter.com/owcU5k45rd
Headed to the half.#GoStanford pic.twitter.com/TgwqAQM5J9

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