Washington State at UCLA

UCLA 42, Washington St. 28

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PASADENA, Calif. (AP) - Derrick Coleman rushed for 185 yards and three touchdowns, Johnathan Franklin added 216 rushing yards and UCLA scored twice in the fourth quarter for a 42-28 victory over Washington State on Saturday.

Richard Brehaut passed for 128 yards and scored the go-ahead TD on a keeper early in the fourth quarter while filling in for injured starter Kevin Prince for the Bruins (3-2, 1-1, Pac-10), who won their third straight after an 0-2 start.

The Bruins rolled up 565 yards against the Cougars, including 437 on the ground. UCLA had two rushers with more than 180 yards apiece for the first time in school history.

Yet UCLA still trailed Washington State (1-4, 0-2) by eight points in the second half before rallying to avoid a letdown in the Bruins' first game since a stunning 34-12 road win over Texas last week.

Jeff Tuel went 20 for 37 for 311 yards and two touchdowns for Washington State, lost its 13th straight game against Football Bowl Subdivision opponents, largely due to a shaky run defense that entered the game ranked 108th in the nation and couldn't hold a second-half lead.

Washington State thought it had reclaimed the lead on a 1-yard keeper by Tuel early in the fourth quarter, but replay officials ruled the quarterback was down at the 1. James Montgomery was then stopped short of the goal line on fourth down.

UCLA promptly marched 99 yards, highlighted by Coleman's 73-yard run and Brehaut's go-ahead score with 10:08 remaining. Following a missed field goal by the Cougars, Coleman ran in from 4 yards out with just over three minutes left to cushion the lead.

Brehaut went 12 of 23 in his first career start. Prince injured his right knee during the first half of UCLA's win at Texas, and had his knee drained of fluid last Sunday before missing practice.

Tuel hooked up with Jeffrey Solomon and Daniel Blackledge on first-half touchdowns. Montgomery rushed for 45 yards for the Cougars, who took a 21-20 lead on the opening drive of the third quarter, capped by Montgomery's 3-yard scoring run.

Franklin fumbled on the Bruins' ensuing possession, and Myron Beck returned it 21 yards to the UCLA 20. Six plays later, Montgomery scored from 1 yard out, pushing the Cougars' advantage to 28-20 and quieting a nervous Rose Bowl crowd.

The Bruins answered with a TD plunge by Coleman and a 2-point conversion to tie it moments before the fourth quarter.

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Scoring Summary
UCLAJohnathan Franklin 3 yd run (Kai Forbath kick)
UCLADerrick Coleman 1 yd run (Kai Forbath kick)
WASTJeffrey Solomon 9 yd pass from Jeff Tuel (Nico Grasu kick)
UCLAKai Forbath 33 yd FG
UCLAKai Forbath 20 yd FG
WASTDaniel Blackledge 18 yd pass from Jeff Tuel (Nico Grasu kick)
WASTJames Montgomery 3 yd run (Andrew Furney kick)
WASTJames Montgomery 1 yd run (Andrew Furney kick)
UCLADerrick Coleman 1 yd run (Taylor Embree 2pt pass from Richard Brehaut)
UCLARichard Brehaut 1 yd run (Kai Forbath kick)
UCLADerrick Coleman 4 yd run (Kai Forbath kick)
 
Team Stats
 WASTUCLA
First Downs2127
Third Down Efficiency8-168-14
Fourth Down Efficiency0-10-1
Plays-Net Yards68-38479-565
Rushes-Yds31-7356-437
Passing Yds311128
Kick Return Yds15830
Punt Return Yds00
Passes20-37-012-23-0
Punts5-2432-96
Fumbles-Lost1-12-2
Penalties-Yds8-9010-103
Time of Poss.25:1134:49
 
Individual Stats
RUSHING
WAST: James Montgomery 12-45, Logwone Mitz 1-24, Carl Winston 3-11, Chantz Staden 1-6, Jeff Tuel 14--13
UCLA: Johnathan Franklin 30-216, Derrick Coleman 15-185, Josh Smith 1-22, Richard Brehaut 5-8, Anthony Barr 1-6, Malcolm Jones 2-4, Team 2--4
PASSING
WAST: Jeff Tuel 20-37-311-0
UCLA: Richard Brehaut 12-23-128-0
RECEIVING
WAST: Jeffrey Solomon 6-83, Marquess Wilson 5-118, Jared Karstetter 5-72, Daniel Blackledge 2-28, Carl Winston 1-7, James Montgomery 1-3
UCLA: Ricky Marvray 2-30, Jerry Johnson 2-25, Nelson Rosario 2-22, Randall Carroll 2-13, Cory Harkey 1-15, Taylor Embree 1-14, Josh Smith 1-5, Morrell Presley 1-4