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Stanford Needed 59 Minutes To Score A Touchdown, But One Is All They Needed

Seventh-ranked Stanford came from behind to beat UCLA at the Rose Bowl tonight when Ryan Burns connected with JJ Arcega-Whiteside in the final minute of the game to give the Cardinal a 16-13 lead in a game that featured only a pair of offensive touchdowns.

There was a defensive touchdown, too, though. That third touchdown came with zero seconds on the clock, after UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen fumbled on the final play of the game while being sacked and Solomon Thomas returned it; the score was 16-13 at the time, and Stanford was -3.5. Thus I give you an all-time great backdoor cover, which is interesting to you if you are a degenerate:

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