WATCH: UCLA's Dorian Thompson-Robinson makes two Huskies collide with nasty goal line juke
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.
DORIAN THOMPSON-ROBINSON CAUSED THE TWO DEFENDERS TO COLLIDE 😲 pic.twitter.com/AHLc1c9kmw
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) October 1, 2022
Story of the night for Washington.
— Saturday Out West (@satoutwest) October 1, 2022
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).