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  • 29 May
    导出博客文章PASADENA, Calif. -- Joe Williams essentially came out of the stands to rush for
    179 yards last week for No. 19 Utah.UCLA coach Jim Mora might be looking around
    the Rose Bowl on Saturday to see if theres anybody sitting there who could help
    him beat the Utes.The Bruins (3-4, 1/3 Pac-12) are in trouble, and their inept
    running game is just one reason. A season that began with plans to contend for
    the national title has come down to a fight for bowl eligibility.The Utes (6-1,
    3-1) are not a welcome sight to any team struggling on offense, no matter how
    good the Bruins defense has been playing lately. With Utah going through its own
    offensive inconsistencies, a defense-dominated afternoon seems likely in Arroyo
    Seco.If we can just keep building on the things were doing defensively and find
    a way to run the football, then we can get this thing turned around and going in
    the right direction, Mora said. But it all starts with being able to run the
    football. Its just so obvious to everyone, it sounds redundant for me to stand
    here and say that.The Utes could have had the same problems after injuries
    decimated their depth at running back. Instead, Williams ended a one-month
    retirement and returned to run wild against Oregon State , keeping Utah on top
    of the division standings alongside Colorado.UCLAs offensive line and its three
    talented tailbacks have all been utterly unable to move the ball, averaging a
    measly 91.1 yards per game -- 126th out of 128 FBS teams. Mora and offensive
    coordinator Kennedy Polamalu have spent the week simplifying UCLAs offense in
    hopes of getting it going on the ground.But Utahs imposing defensive line leads
    the nations 27th-ranked run defense, so the Bruins might want to rely on their
    passing game against a Utah secondary thats likely to be without star safety
    Marcus Williams.If only the Bruins knew who their quarterback will be. Josh
    Rosen could miss another game with an assortment of undisclosed injuries, and
    former walk-on Mike Fafaul could have to play for the third straight week. Mora
    claims he wont know until game day.Here are more things to watch at the Rose
    Bowl:THATS A HARD PASS: UCLA is struggling to run, but Utah is having trouble
    through the air. The Utes are ninth in the Pac-12 and 77th in the FBS with just
    224.3 yards passing per game, while the Bruins secondary has been among the
    nations best. At least Utah quarterback Troy Williams, an LA local who spent
    last season at Santa Monica College, will have the motivation of maybe 100
    friends and family members in the stands. I think Troy is doing a nice job at
    quarterback of managing their offense the way they like to do it, said Mora, who
    recruited Williams. Hes a local guy, so hes going to come home and get a start,
    and Im sure hes going to be very motivated by it.DESPERATE BRUINS: The most
    trying season of Moras half-decade in Westwood could get ugly if the Bruins fall
    to 3-5 heading into their bye week. Moras job is highly unlikely to be in
    jeopardy, but losing for a fourth time in five games would represent a new low
    in his inconsistent tenure.KEEPING IT TIGHT: These schools didnt have much of a
    rivalry before the Utes joined the Pac-12, but theyve quickly built a
    competitive series. Their last four meetings have been decided by eight points
    or fewer, and the Utes won at the Rose Bowl two years ago. A Utah victory on
    Saturday would even up the series at 3-3 over the past six years. Like most West
    Coast schools, Utah fields plenty of players from California -- 40, in
    fact.INJURIES ABOUND: Utahs defense is tenacious, but not flawless:
    all-conference safety Marcus Williams and linebacker Sunia Tauteoli are expected
    to miss Saturdays game with injuries. Defensive end Kylie Fitts, a UCLA
    transfer, already is out for the season.---AP college football website:
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    Peyton Little scored nine of her 16 points in the fourth quarter and No. 16
    Oklahoma rallied to defeat BYU 68-61 on Saturday.Vionise Pierre-Louis had seven
    of her nine points in the fourth quarter to go with 13 rebounds overall as the
    Sooners (3-0) outscored the Cougars (1-2) 21-7 in the final period.Oklahoma
    raced to a 20-8 lead after one quarter as BYU made just 3-of-15 shots, but the
    Cougars were 9 of 15 in the second to outscore the Sooners 26-11 and lead 34-31
    at halftime. BYU pushed the lead to 54-47 entering the fourth quarter.After
    Kalani Purcells juumper made it 57-54 with 6:31 to play, BYU didnt score another
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    Oklahoma went cold, missing its last nine field goal attempts but making 7 of 8
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