Arizona Wildcats First Half Slaughter Of UCLA Ends With Streaker Brawl (VIDEO)

Stop us if you've heard this one before. Once upon a time, at the end of the first half of a college football game between the Arizona Wildcats and UCLA Bruins a person dressed in referee costume ran on to the field. The fake official ran to the action and tried to get the football. After being discovered as a fraud by the ever-alert Pac-12 officials (the real ones) he ran off and began shedding his clothes.

While the ever alert Pac-12 officials are following the action with the fake streaking official, a small group of players from the UCLA football team and the Arizona football team engage in a brawl. The brawl quick spreads to all parts of the field as the benches clear and chaos ensures.

As a result of the brawl, two players (one from each football team) were ejected from the game by the (real) Pac-12 officials. It is not clear what happened to the fake official-turned streaker, although we can assume his evening will end in a jail cell.

Also, even more unbelievably, the Arizona Wildcats scored a touchdown on all six of their first half possessions and even more shockingly, managed to convert all six point after kicks. They led 42-7 after two quarters of "play".

If you don't believe this story, here's the video proof
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