The Arizona State Sun Devils and UCLA Bruins are locked in a crucial Pac-12 South battle. The Devils have a one game advantage in the standings and can take a firm grip on the first-ever division title and earn a trip to the Pac-12 Conference Championship game.
The Sun Devils offense looks extremely effective through the air and on the ground. A healthy Cameron Marshall ran for 64 yards on nine carries while Brock Osweiler went 6-7 for 104 yards through the air in the first quarter.
The UCLA Bruins scored first and then failed to convert the PAT but ASU came right back with a 81-yard drive capped off by a 35-yard touchdown pass play from Osweiler to A.J. Pickens.
The Bruins were most effective with their quarterback Kevin Prince running the ball (53 yards on three carries) but he only threw for 19 yards in the first quarter.
The Devils scored again on a 97-yard drive to take a 14-6 lead early in the second quarter. Marshall scored the touchdown on a 14-yard run. The Bruins defense seems to have no answer for ASU so far in the game.