UCLA quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson has a busy day at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Not only is he leading the Bruins against rival USC, he is also signing a fan base.
Thompson-Robinson, who helped UCLA lead 28-17 half-time, scored his fourth hit of the day with a 4-yard scamper late in the half. After the game, the enthusiast came down with a hat and a pencil and asked the quarterback to write an autograph.
Thomspon-Robinson, a man of the people who is, forced:
Unfortunately for the Bruins, Thompson-Robinson was called in for a non-match-fixing game – you could see the official pulling him away from the fan – which gave the Trojans a shorter portion of their next car. He did well in 15 free yards, hitting with 23 seconds to make 28-17.
The move may have damaged UCLA for now, but the potential winner will remember for a long time. Thompson-Robinson’s current job is to ensure the Bruins stay on top. He has completed 11 of 17 passes in 264 yards and three touchdowns on two routes. He also has seven 27-yard touchdowns.