Dorian Thompson-Robinson was in his bag Friday night against the Washington Huskies.

After jumping over a grown man in the first half, Thompson-Robinson capped UCLA’s first drive of the second half with the most disrespectful of touchdowns. He pulled a juke move straight out of EA Sports’ NCAA 14, stopping on a dime just before crossing the goal line and making two would-be Washington tacklers crash into each other instead while he waltzed into the endzone.

The score put UCLA up 33-10 on the No. 15 team in the country and gave the Bruins’ quarterback his third touchdown of the game to that point.

UCLA went 75 yards in nine plays to open the second half. Before getting down to the UW 2-yard-line — where Thompson Robinson paid things off with the score — UCLA hit for at least 5 yards on every play of the drive.

The Bruins scored touchdowns on five of their first seven drives, and Thompson-Robinson had the best first half passing of his career (241 yards).