Fans assemble on Rogers Field, right next to Washington State’s Martin Stadium, for tailgate events and pregame festivities.
The Cougars storm onto the field amid a pregame pyrotechnics show.
UCLA’s Spirit Squad – on the road with the team – paraded across the field with a UCLA flag, breaking up the sea of red in the stands.
Cougars fans cheer their team on from the bleachers as the game kicks off.
Redshirt senior running back Joshua Kelley fends off Cougar defensive lineman Nnamdi Oguayo while taking the ball downfield. Kelley racked up a total of 90 rushing yards during the game, a season high.
Sophomore quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson faces off against Washington State cornerback Derrick Langford before being tackled.
Former Washington State quarterback Gardner Minshew made an appearance at the game, receiving a team MVP award for the 2018 season. Minshew was drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the sixth round of the 2019 NFL Draft.
With just 27 seconds left in the first half, Washington State wide receiver Davontavean Martin scores a touchdown on a pass by quarterback Anthony Gordon.
Kelley holds onto the ball while being chased by defending Cougars.
Sophomore wide receiver Chase Cota scores a touchdown on a pass from Thompson-Robinson.
Sandwiched between crowds of Cougars in the stands, UCLA fans cheer their team on as the Bruins score three-straight touchdowns toward the end of the third quarter.
Following a touchdown by redshirt junior tight end Devin Asiasi, Cota scores a two-point conversion off a pass from Thompson-Robinson.
Rebounding from a string of touchdowns by UCLA, Washington State wide receiver Easop Winston Jr. scores a touchdown on a 33-yard pass from Gordon, unbothered by junior defensive back Darnay Holmes’ efforts to stop him.
Thompson-Robinson rushes for the endzone, scoring the Bruins’ first touchdown of the fourth quarter.
With just 67 seconds remaining in the game, redshirt junior wide receiver Demetric Felton scores a touchdown, cementing the Bruins’ lead over the Cougars.
Felton celebrates with the team after scoring the game’s final touchdown.
UCLA coach Chip Kelly makes his way off the field after the Bruins’ first victory of the season.