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UCLA falls to Nebraska 37-29 in the 2015 Foster Farms Bowl

By Austin Yu

December 26, 2015 10:49 pm

Levi's Stadium, home of the San Francisco 49ers, hosted the Foster Farms Bowl between UCLA and Nebraska. The game drew 33,527 in attendance this year, compared to 34,780 for last year's Foster Farms Bowl between Maryland and Stanford.

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Junior receiver Thomas Duarte stretches before taking catches during warm-ups.

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UCLA coach Jim Mora (right) runs 100-yard dashes with an assistant coach during pregame warm-ups.

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Freshman running back Bolu Olorunfunmi extends for a catch while warming up prior to kickoff.

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Freshman quarterback Josh Rosen bobbles the ball when taking passes during warm-ups.

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Rosen jumps up for a catch prior to the start of the game.

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Mora tells the captains of the Bruins to "be physical" before they take the field. The Bruins went on to allow a bowl-game record 323 rushing yards.

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Duarte dives for the pylon during the first drive of the game, but the play was not deemed a touchdown. Coach Jim Mora challenged the ruling moments later.

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Despite Mora's challenge, an official review confirmed the ruling on the field.

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Redshirt junior running back Paul Perkins celebrates his touchdown run on the opening drive of the game.

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Huskers tailback Imani Cross carried the ball 16 times for a total of 62 yards against the Bruin defense.

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Cross dives into the endzone for a touchdown in the first quarter, tying the game at seven apiece.

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Redshirt junior receiver Kenneth Walker III catches a 60-yard pass from Rosen for a touchdown early in the second quarter, putting UCLA ahead 13-7.

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Walker celebrates the touchdown by doing his rendition of The Dab dance, a celebratory dance move that has been made popular by the likes of Cam Newton, Lebron James, and other athletes.

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Freshman running back Soso Jamabo runs a 36-yard catch for a first down in the second quarter. Jamabo would leave the game after the play with an apparent leg/ankle injury.

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Sophomore running back Nate Starks celebrates after running in a 26-yard touchdown reception. Starks' touchdown put UCLA ahead 21-7 with 7:55 left in the second quarter.

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Nebraska safety Nate Gerry is ejected from the game after officials called him for targeting on a tackle made on Perkins.

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Husky receiver Alonzo Moore breaks two tackles as he runs on a 13-yard reception.

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Junior quarterback Tommy Armstrong Jr. went 12 for 19 for 174 yards and a touchdown, winning the Foster Farms Bowl Offensive MVP award.

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Senior receiver Jordan Payton catches a 9-yard touchdown pass from Rosen in the fourth quarter, cutting UCLA's deficit to 37-27.

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Duarte makes an over-the-shoulder catch to complete the Bruins' two-point conversion attempt following Payton's reception.

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Rosen's pass to Payton falls incomplete in the fourth quarter. Another pass to Duarte would fall incomplete, resulting in a fourth-and-10 play for the Bruins.

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Huskers defensive back Chris Jones is tackled by Walker after he intercepts a pass by Rosen in the fourth quarter.

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Riley (left) and Mora (right) shake hands after the game.

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Riley (left) and Rosen exchange pleasantries during an interview.

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Rosen walks off the field following the loss.

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Sophomore defensive back Jaleel Wadood is presented with the Foster Farms Bowl Defensive MVP trophy. "We played our hearts out and that's all you can really ask for," said Wadood regarding the game.

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Riley holds up the Foster Farms Bowl championship trophy.

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Armstrong Jr. hoists the Offensive MVP trophy over his head during the trophy ceremony.

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Husker offensive lineman Chongo Kondolo, receiver Stanley Morgan Jr., and cornerback Josh Kalu pose with the Foster Farms Bowl championship trophy.

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The Huskers celebrate with the Foster Farms Bowl champion trophy following the game.

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