October 21, 2007
UCLA puts Cal away
The only thing that has been consistent this college football season is inconsistency. The Bruins, among others, are one of the poster teams for this up and down season.
UCLA loses to Utah 44-6 follows that loss winning two big league games and then drop one to hapless Notre Dame only to come back to win their biggest game of the year 30-21 over the Cal Bears.
The game started out innocently enough each team going three and out led by two gimpy quarterbacks in Cal's Nate Longshore and UCLA's Patrick Cowan.
Both quarterbacks played admirably given their circumstances. Longshore was 22-34 for 232 yards and three touchdowns. It was his three interceptions that helped seal Cal's fate.
Cowan was a very efficient running the offense. He was 18-27 for 161 yards and one touchdown, but most importantly he didn't turn the ball over and in end that was the difference of the ball game.
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