Memphis Defeats No. 25 UCLA By A Score Of 48-45

Memphis Defeats No. 25 UCLA By A Score Of 48-45

UCLA and Josh Rosen came in with the reputation and the ranking. "We talked about today being a showcase, and I think Memphis showed itself well today".

Ferguson, the former All-America quarterback from Butler High, led Memphis to 48-45 home win over No. 25 UCLA at the Liberty Bowl. The nationally televised game showcased a Tigers program that is 2-0 and has beaten a ranked team in each of the last three seasons.

UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen passed for 463 yards and four touchdowns but was intercepted twice.

"They've been given nothing".

Wow that UCLA comeback is why ppl love football.... anything can happen! Ferguson and Anthony Miller were a potent QB-receiver combo, as Miller caught nine passes for 185 yards and two touchdowns. Scherer coaches UCLA tight ends and serves as senior associate head coach.

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All the points were scored in this game. All. Of. Memphis held a couple of 10-point leads, but UCLA went ahead 45-41 on Rosen's 22-yard pass to Austin Roberts with 11:51 left. Andrews finished with 142 receiving yards and the two scores, while Caleb Wilson led the team with 208 receiving yards.

The Aggies' collapse overshadowed an incredible performance from Trayveon Williams, who spearheaded the early dominance with 203 rushing yards and two touchdowns. It's still hard to get a good read on either team, but both were known for quality defenses in recent years.

"I just have to make sure I'm reading my keys and getting us into the right play". "I am just really proud of all everyone of our players and out coaches". "It's not needed. You've got to play within the system". I've used it in Madden several times.

In what has been a seesaw battle, the Bruins and the Tigers continue to trade blows as the game enters the fourth quarter. While they might not crack the Top 25, it's likely Memphis will be on the ballots of some voters.

Rosen was leading the Bruins (2-1) down the field for a potential go-ahead score in the fourth quarter when he rushed a pass to avoid an unblocked, blitzing defender. Memphis officials said he was moving. "We talked about that at halftime".

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