Highlights: UCLA football stuns No. 19 Washington State in wild offensive shootout

Pac-12 Network

UCLA upends No. 19 Washington State by a 67-63 final Saturday in Pullman behind 50 second-half points. Dorian Thompson-Robinson passed for 507 yards and five touchdowns, and the Bruins forced a fumble with 1:07 remaining to halt WSU's potential game-winning drive. UCLA overcame a 32-point deficit from the third quarter -- the second-largest comeback in Bruin program history. WSU quarterback Anthony Gordon threw for nine touchdowns to set the Pac-12 single-game record in the Cougars' first loss of the season.

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