5 key numbers from UCLA’s loss to Colorado – Press Enterprise

Here are five key numbers from UCLA’s 48-42 loss to Colorado:

4

That’s how many turnovers the Bruins had in the first half of their season opener Saturday. There were three fumbles and quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson had one of his passes intercepted by Colorado linebacker Carson Wells.

3

Running back Jarek Broussard had three touchdowns against the Bruins defense while filling in for the injured Alex Fontenot.

2

That’s how many field goals UCLA blocked Saturday. This was one of the bright spots for the Bruins coming out of their road game.

48

The points scored by Colorado on Saturday were the most it has scored in its 16 games against UCLA.

126

That’s how many yards UCLA tight end Greg Dulcich had Saturday. He was expected to have an increased role this season, but few probably expected him to be the leading receiver in the season opener.

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