Revenue proves costly as UCLA football loses to rival USC

Dorian Thompson-Robinson fell back to pass and had to lead one final strike to propel the Bruins to victory.

It was his final throw at the Rose Bowl when the Trojans picked him up in midfield to dictate the loss.

No. 16 UCLA Football (8-3, 5-3 Pac-12) lost to No. 7 USC (10-1, 8-1 Pac-12) in a 48-45 barnburner Saturday night. The Bruins have now lost three of their last five games and three of their last four against the Trojans.

There was hope for UCLA early on, however, and some serious juice late thanks to well-timed sacks as well as snappy stats and real toughness from Thompson-Robinson and others, but his three picks ended up costing his team big bucks.


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