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Gallery: UCLA football falls to Colorado 38-16

By Hannah Burnett

September 30, 2018 12:06 am

UCLA football (0-4) went up against undefeated Colorado (4-0) on Friday.

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To start off each half, the Buffaloes brought their mascot Rocky, a live Buffalo, onto the field to lead the team.

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The Bruins have not started a season 0-3 for the first time since 1971.

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UCLA fans celebrate during the few earned points of the night.

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Freshman wide receiver Kyle Philips assisted UCLA in earning its only touchdown after a 32-yard punt return.

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Freshman quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson had a 17-yard run in the first half.

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Redshirt junior running back Joshua Kelley had a season-high against Colorado of 124 rushing yards.

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Coach Chip Kelly is starting this season off 0-4, UCLA's worst start since 1943.

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Junior linebacker Krys Barnes had three assists, his second-highest of the season.

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Thompson-Robinson was unsuccessful in the second half of the match. He was only 5-of-16 for 42 yards.

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Bruins fans came out to support the team, filling up a small portion of the approximately 46,000 people in attendance.

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Colorado tailback Travon McMillian had a six-yard run in the third quarter.

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Colorado defensive back Ronnie Blackmon attempts to avoid a tackle by UCLA senior running back Bolu Olorunfunmi.

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Olorunfunmi waves to fans after losing 38-16 to Colorado.

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Hannah Burnett | Assistant Photo editor
Burnett is the assistant Photo editor for the News beat. She was previously a Photo contributor.
Burnett is the assistant Photo editor for the News beat. She was previously a Photo contributor.
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