Fuller caught two scoring passes and ran for a third score while helping lead UCLA to a 45-23 win over Colorado. Fuller hauled in a long pass from Brett Hundley for a 76-yard touchdown to get the Bruins on the board in the first quarter. The 76-yard yard scoring play was UCLA's longest offensive scoring play of the season. Hundley and Fuller teamed up on another scoring play midway through the second quarter, a six-yard connection, to move UCLA into a 21-10 lead. Fuller came back to cap off the night's scoring with an 8-yard run in the fourth quarter. It was the first multi-touchdown game of his career. The sophomore wide receiver finished with three catches for 99 yards on the night, a career-best effort. Fuller also returned three kickoffs for 102 yards, with a long of 38 yards which handed UCLA positive field position and resulted in a touchdown drive.
Men's soccer nets the play of the week with Leo Stolz's game-winning goal in a 2-1 win at top-ranked California. Stolz cranked up a twisting shot to the upper right corner from 19-yards out to beat the Cal goalkeeper in the 70th minute. The goal was his seventh of the season, and he leads the Pac-12 with 19 points.