A fan got an autograph from UCLA quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson during the middle of the Bruins' game against USC on Saturday.
The fan was seated next to an end zone at the Los Angeles Coliseum. UCLA was marching toward that end zone in the second quarter and as Thompson-Robinson scored a TD to put the Bruins up 28-10, the fan was ready.
As Thompson-Robinson approached the stands, the fan stuck out a UCLA hat and a Sharpie in Thompson-Robinson's direction. The QB obliged.
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The TD was Thompson-Robinson’s first rushing score of the day and his fourth TD overall. He rebounded after a terrible start to throw three touchdowns in the first half. Two of them went to Kazmeir Allen while the other was tossed to Kyle Phillips.
Thompson-Robinson’s first two passes of the game were intercepted in a forgettable three-drive sequence. USC opened the game with a field goal on a 10-play drive and the next three drives ended with interceptions.
UCLA's 62-33 win on Saturday broke a two-game win streak by USC in the rivalry and be UCLA’s second win since 2014. USC leads the series 49-33-7 and needs to win its final two games of the season to get to a bowl game while UCLA at 7-4 is already qualified for a bowl.