Shootout win at Washington State

Highlights: UCLA football stuns No. 19 WSU in wild shootout

Highlights: UCLA football stuns No. 19 WSU in wild shootout

This game truly brought all the offensive fireworks, UCLA scored more points in this game than they did in their previous three games combined. The officials quickly announced that the penalty flag was for someone on UCLA's sideline coming near the field, getting in the way of an official.

UCLA eventually took its first lead since the first quarter on a 69-yard punt return by Kyle Philips midway through the fourth quarter, but Gordon and Washington State made a quick response with a 65-yard TD reception by Max Borghi. Eastern time Sunday, the highest scoring football game in Pac-12 history effectively ended when linebacker Keisean Lucier-South sacked Gordon, forcing a fumble. Gordon would pass to Easop Winston who had the ball punched out by Krys Barnes and then recovered by Josh Woods.

"It's a Pac-12 After Dark Saturday night win", Bruins head coach Chip Kelly said on the broadcast afterward. Using both his arm and legs Thompson-Robinson lead the Bruins on their 32 point comeback, at times he did it while in pain as limped his way through the game. WSU quarterback Anthony Gordon threw for nine touchdowns to set the Pac-12 single-game record in the Cougars' first loss of the season.

Four plays later, Thompson-Robinson completed a 15-yard touchdown pass to Demetric Felton for the final margin with 1:07 to play. Dorian Thompson-Robinson passed for 507 yards and five touchdowns, and the Bruins forced a fumble with 59 seconds remaining to halt WSU's potential game-winning drive. "Special teams contributed. Our offense contributed".

With a wild 130 total points scored in an instant #Pac12AfterDark classic, there was no shortage of storylines for either team. "We collapsed in every phase of the game".