The Washington St. Cougars and UCLA Bruins have traded touchdowns in their Pac-12 contest in Pullman on Saturday and are tied at seven apiece after the first quarter.
The Bruins scored first after they blocked a field goal attempt by the Cougars and Roosevelt Davis picked it up and ran for a 68-yard touchdown to make it 7-0. But the Cougars came back with a 7-play, 90-yard drive that ended in a Connor Halliday touchdown pass to Dominique Williams to tie it up.
The Cougars have held the ball for over 12 minutes as UCLA's offense has barely seen the field. The Cougars, therefore, are dominating statistically with 166 yards of total offense compared to the Bruins' 22.
Cougars quarterback Jeff Tuel has 126 yards on 11-for-14 passing.
The Bruins are 7-2 overall and 4-2 in the Pac-12 coming into the game while the Cougars are still winless in the Pac-12 (0-6) and just 2-7 overall.