Arizona State got off to another hot start against UCLA Saturday but the Bruins bounced back to tie the game up at 14-14 at the end of the first quarter.
The Sun Devils opened the game with a three-and-out but were assisted by Stefan Manfro misreading the punt and were able to recover a fumble on UCLA's 13. Taylor Kelly then found Kevin Ozier and the wide receiver earned himself a seven-yard touchdown with a nice move.
After the Bruins opened with a three-and-out of their own, Arizona State began to get in a rhythm with a 10-play drive lead by some solid bursts from RB D.J. Foster. The Devils capped it off with RB Marion Grice carrying it in from two-yards away to give ASU a quick 14-0 lead.
On UCLA's second drive, they finally got their act together. RB Johnathan Franklin pounded in the ball from three yards away to put the finishing touches on a 13-play drive that included a fourth down conversion.
Following a career-high 68-yard punt from Josh Hubner, the Bruins next drive wasn't nearly as effective as QB Brett Hundley missed a wide open Damien Thigpen on third down. But after a Junior Onyeali roughing the passer call gave UCLA new life, Hundley fired in a 15-yard touchdown to Devin Fuller to tie the score up.
The Devils were driving when the first quarter ended and currently have the ball on UCLA's 44.