UCLA vs. Arizona: Live Score and Highlights

Randy ChambersAnalyst INovember 9, 2013

TUCSON, AZ - OCTOBER 20:  Wide receiver David Douglas
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UCLA - 31

Arizona - 26



The Pac-12 showdown lived up to the hype and UCLA came out victorious in the end. Thanks to Myles Jack contributing on both sides of the ball, the Bruins strung together 250 rushing yards and simply overpowered a smaller Arizona defense.

The Wildcats made a late push in the fourth quarter to climb back into the game, but just couldn't execute when it mattered most. Star running back Ka'Deem Carey had another big game with 147 rushing yards and a touchdown.

UCLA improves to 7-2, while Arizona will fall to 6-3 on the season and pretty much out of the running for a Pac-12 title. The Bruins will play Washington next Friday and Arizona will host Washington State.