The blocked punt. UCLA had three guys on top of Cunningham, who was slow getting the kick off, as well.
UCLA's Akeem Ayers. He was credited with blocking the punt that set up UCLA's gift touchdown.
UT kept the ball for 9:23 to UCLA's 5:37 but still trailed on the scoreboard.
A 41-yard pass from Jonathan Crompton to Josh Briscoe carried to the UCLA 11-yard line, and Hardesty scored on the very next play.
McKenzie. His interception and return gave UT the lead and a tremendous amount of momentum going to the half.
Craft's second quarter stats were abysmal - 3 completions in 10 attempts for 19 yards, with 2 interceptions.
Foster's fumble. Had Tennessee scored there to go up 21-7, the game's outlook might've changed dramatically.
Vol linebacker Ellix Wilson. He blew up one UCLA possession all by himself, dropping tailback Raymond Carter for a one-yard loss and sacking Craft for a nine-yard loss within a three-play span.
Tennessee had six 3-and-outs through the first three quarters.
On third-and-10 at the UT 35-yard line, Craft hit Dominique Johnson for 12 yards and a first down. UCLA scored two plays later to go ahead 17-14.
Craft. On UCLA's two fourth-quarter TD drives he completed 6 of 6 passes for 71 yards on the first, then 6 of 8 for 68 yards on the second.
Tennessee limited UCLA to 29 net yards on 30 rushes, while rushing for 177 net yards, but still lost the game.
Game #: 1144
Date: Sep. 1
Coach Match-up: For the Vols - Fulmer and for the Bruins - Neuheisel
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