The Memphis Tigers surprisingly beat the UCLA Bruins.In a thriller, Riley Ferguson throws six touchdowns and trumps UCLA star Josh Rosen.
UCLA Bruins suffered their first defeat in the third week of the college football season.
In an offensive spectacle, the team around star quarterback Josh Rosen lost 45:48 to the Memphis Tigers, who celebrated their second victory in their second game of the season.
In a game with six lead changes, Rosen, who was still a celebrated hero in the Bruins’ comeback victory against Texas A&M in the first week, showed another good performance.He threw for 463 pass yards and four touchdown passes, but made two crucial exceptions.
Roses was overshadowed by Tigers quarterback Riley Ferguson, who threw six touchdowns at 398 pass yards.
Strong on the side of the Tigers also played wide receiver Anthony Miller: He caught nine passes for 185 yards and contributed two touchdowns to the somewhat surprising home win.
Rosen finally had the chance to turn the game in favor of the Bruins, but he was unable to lead his offense back into the final zone.
Instead, Memphis won against UCLA for the third consecutive season, beating a rival team in the final round.