Texas vs UCLA NCAA Football 2010 Scores and Results: UCLA Won 34-12

Texas vs UCLA NCAA Football 2010 Scores and Results: UCLA Won 34-12 – The match today between Texas Longhorns and the UCLA Bruins brings back memories of the bitter lost that Texas suffered from the Bruins, Sept. 13, 1997 when they demolished them 66-3. It was the worst lost which Texas suffered since 1004 when they were defeated by Chicago 68-0.

This time round the meeting between UCLA and Texas smells a little different. The team is undefeated in the last three games and they scored very well against their opponents, winning 34-17 over the Rice Owls in their season opener. Texas Longhorns followed this with a win against Wyoming 34-7 and their fellow state team, Texas Tech with a score of 24-14.

Indeed, even the experts at Rivals.com are saying that Texas will emerge victorious against the UCLA Bruins this time. Texas has an edge over all statistics except for Rushing Yards where the UCLA Bruins have almost a double edge advantage.

“It’s an undefeated team with great tradition,” Bruins coach Rick Neuheisel said of the Longhorns. “We’ve got to make sure that we’re not caught looking at all the people wearing burnt orange.”

Who will win and who will go back home defeated? Well we are about to see soon.

UPDATE: The football match between Texas vs. UCLA was already finished. Texas took the early lead in the first quarter scoring 3 points but UCLA took over the next three quarters with scores of 13, 14, and 7 respectively. To view the scores and results of the football game, I will now turn you over to ESPN here.

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