Texas vs UCLA NCAA Football 2010 Scores and Results: The Biggest Week 4 Upset – The biggest upset for Week 4 of the NCAA Football 2010 is the Texas vs UCLA game. Texas came in the game undefeated and highly favored however, the UCLA Bruins had always defeated Texas for the last 18 years. Today, that has not changed because UCLA upset Texas, 34-12.
UCLA Bruins improved their standings to 2-2, while Texas received their first ever defeat. UCLA forced four first-half turnovers and chewed up the nation’s No. 2 rushing defense with 264 yards on the ground.
“It was a rear-end kicking,” Texas coach Mack Brown said. “This one’s embarrassing for me. As a head coach, I’m responsible for everybody in this program, from the trainers to the managers to the walk-ons, to the kids to the coaches — everybody.”
The Bruins outscored Texas in all quarters except the first and surely you can say that their ass had been kicked by UCLA, a member of the Pacific 10 teams.
Justin Tucker scored a 31 Yd field goal to start the game and gave Texas an early lead, 3-0 however in the second quarter UCLA scored one touchdown and two consecutive field goals courtesy of Ricky Marvray 1 Yd Pass From Kevin Prince and Kai Forbath.
Texas only managed another field goal in the third quarter via Justin Tucker 34 Yd and a touchdown on the fourth with James Kirkendoll 5 Yd Pass From Garrett Gilbert, sadly his two-point conversion failed. Meanwhile, UCLA Bruind scored three more touchdowns and buried Texas as the game ends, 34-12.
Here’s Sean McDonough and Matt Millen from ESPN for the breakdown UCLA upset of Texas.To receive updates from WWNN.co.uk directly to your e-mail, you can subscribe to us for free by entering your e-mail address here and confirming your subscription by clicking the link that will be sent to your e-mail address.