No. 9 UCLA football (6-1, 3-1 Pac-12), a formidable football team and one of the favorites in the league saw their unbeaten run come to an end against No. 10 Oregon (6-1, 4-0 Pac-12).
Both teams played in Eugene on Saturday, and UCLA lost the game by a whopping 15 points.
It was a big deal because this was the first top-10 vs. top-10 matchup in the Pac-12 since 2016, the Bruins were unable to rise to the occasion.
UCLA football team has had a nine-game unbeaten streak, counting from 2021 and they hoped to make it ten in Eugene.
Quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson still completed 69.2% of his attempts for 259 yards, while running back Zach Charbonnet racked up 182 yards from scrimmage on 7.6 yards per touch.
The two sides kept trading scores from the first quarter, and in the second quarter, they were squared 10-10.
Oregon went up 17-10 on a 49-yard bomb, but instead of kicking it back to UCLA and giving them a chance to tie it up, coach Dan Lanning called a surprise onside kick.
UCLA settled for a field goal on their opening drive when a holding penalty erased a touchdown.
They continued to trade scores from start to finish, but the Bruins were getting three at a time when the Ducks were busy breaking into the end zone.
Quarterback Bo Nix played a really good game, completing 22-of-28 passes for 283 yards, five touchdowns, and a 230.6 passer rating.
He also picked up 51 yards and a handful of notable third-and-fourth-down conversions with his legs.
Running back Bucky Irving added 107 yards on 19 carries, while Noah Washington rushed for 73 on 12 carries.
Receiver Troy Franklin rumbled for 132 yards and two touchdowns on eight grabs, and even former UCLA wideout Chase Cota chipped in with 34 yards on four catches.