Stanford-35, UCLA-17 Final
After playing tight for the first quarter, Stanford exploded on all levels of their game to take the lead.
UCLA blew several plays on defense, but their offense absolutely stalled in the second quarter, which helped lead to their eventual defeat.
Kevin Hogan used his arm to quickly move the Cardinal down the field, and a powerful running game led by Stepfan Taylor has gave Stanford a balanced offense that wasn't stopped.
Penalties proved to be the difference maker with the Bruins garnering 12 flags for 135 yards compared to Stanford's five penalties for 55 yards.
With the Stanford victory, UCLA will get a rematch on Friday night in Palo Alto for the Pac-12 Championship Game.