College Football’s Week 4 saved its best game for last.
Late Saturday night, out in the Pacific Northwest at Martin Stadium, UCLA completed one of the most incredible comebacks ever by overcoming a 32-point deficit in the middle of the third quarter to defeat Washington State on the road in a 67-63 victory.
It was the third-largest comeback victory in FBS history as the two teams combined for 1,377 yards of total offense and set a Pac-12 record for 130 combined points in a game.
UCLA, who had scored 42 points combined in its previous three games, popped off for 50 points in the final 19 minutes of the game, including 29 unanswered points in a span of less than five minutes to pull themselves to within three.
The Bruins ran just 12 plays in that time, which was highlighted by a 94-yard touchdown pass from sophomore quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson to receiver Demetric Felton.
Thompson-Robinson finished with a stat line of 507 yards and five touchdowns on just 25 of 38 passing, plus two rushing touchdowns. Washington State quarterback Anthony Gordon also had himself a night, throwing for 570 yards and nine touchdowns on 41 of 61 passing in a losing effort.
Despite the epic comeback, Washington State had ample opportunities to hold onto the victory, but fumbled while up 63-60 with 2:27 remaining.
UCLA responded with a go-ahead touchdown, taking just 1:10 off the clock, but Gordon was sacked and fumbled on the first play of its final possession, sealing the game for the Bruins.
There were seven turnovers in the game, six of which came from the Cougars that resulted in 29 points for UCLA.
Here are some highlights from what was one of the most epic college football games in recent memory: