Defensive backs hung out to dry

November, 1, 2010
11/01/10
3:16
PM PT
UCLA's lack of pass rush is catching up with the defensive backs.

Arizona backup quarterback Matt Scott torched the Bruins on Saturday, doing his best Nick Foles impersonation by throwing for a career-high 319 yards on 24-for-36 passing. He also added 71 yards rushing, many of them coming after dodged sack attempts and slipped away from UCLA lineman.

A week prior, Oregon's Darron Thomas also had a career-high 308 yards and three touchdowns against UCLA. He did all of that without taking the field in the fourth quarter.

Watch what preseason All-American safety Rahim Moore and cornerback Aaron Hester, who recorded his first-career interception Saturday, had to say following UCLA's 29-21 loss to the Wildcats:

Blair Angulo | email

Reporter, WeAreSC.com

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