UCLA got more than revenge against its crosstown rival on Saturday. The Bruins earned the Pac-12 South title and staked a claim to college football supremacy in the City of Angels with their 38-28 victory against USC -- their first win over the Trojans since 2006. For UCLA, the future holds the Pac-12 championship game and possibly a BCS bowl bid. For the Trojans, the disappointment of a four-loss season that started with a preseason No. 1 ranking has some wondering if Lane Kiffin should still be the coach.

Something is Bruin in Westwood

Redshirt freshman QB Brett Hundley (22-of-30, 234 yards, TD) was one of several bright spots for UCLA.


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