The Reservation - Seminoles Football 2015 #21 FSU 42 UCLA 38 The game was a seesaw battle the whole way. Neither defense showed up. The first big momentum swing occurred late in the second quarter, with UCLA leading 17-14. FSU So QB Kenny Pitts, making his first career start, underthrew an open WR on playaction that was intercepted. UCLA would cash in a couple plays later with a TD to take a 24-14 lead. That score would hold until halftime. FSU received the ball to start the second half and went on a long TD drive. UCLA was able to answer with a TD on their ensuing possession for a 31-21 lead going into the 4th quarter. FSU would score on the next possession, to go down 31-28. On UCLA's next possession, FSU's defense would hold for a 3 and out. FSU marched down the field behind the tough running of Sr Kevin Vaughn for a TD and their first lead of the day, 35-31 with a little over a minute left. UCLA went down the field in 2 or 3 plays and scored, leaving 45 seconds left. FSU did not have much of a return and started the final drive deep in their own territory. Pitts threw for a first down and mixed in a couple incompletions to move the ball to the FSU 32 with only 12 seconds remaining. The Seminoles lined up in a 4 WR set, with both outside receivers running 9 routes. The UCLA defense appeared to be in a cover 1 or a cover 2 where the right safety covered the middle of the field. Pitts saw the 1 on 1 coverage and threw the bomb to Sr WR Michael Carey for an improbable TD. I will post the play on Masler's highlight thread. The FSU defense would register a sack on the final play. Statistics -So QB Kenny Pitts 18-25 272 3 TD 1 INT -Sr HB Kevin Vaughn 16-133 3 TD -Jr HB Patrick Richards 9-43 -Sr TE Jerald Koch 6-83 -Sr WR Michael Carey 4-97 1 TD -Jr WR Ken Hicks 2-46 1 TD -Sr OLB Kevin Gibbons 5 tackles -Jr OLB Kris Jones 4 tackles -So DT Adrian Daniels 4 tackles 1 sack -UCLA 337 total yards. 17 rushes 57 yards 1 TD. 16 of 23 passing 280 yards 4 TD 0 INT. -FSU 444 total yards. 29 rushes 172 yards 3 TD. 18 of 25 passing 272 yards 3 TD 1 INT. -UCLA was 5 of 7 on 3rd down. -FSU was 5 of 6 on 3rd down. -There was only 1 turnover in the game.