Jalen Hurts put up 347 yards in the first half against UCLA.

It’s been a rough season so far for Chip Kelly and the UCLA Bruins, 0-2 to start the year after losses to Cincinnati and San Diego State, and it didn’t get any better for them in a 48-14 home loss to the No. 5 Oklahoma Sooners Saturday. In the first half alone, Oklahoma quarterback Jalen Hurts put up 206 passing yards and two touchdowns while adding 141 rushing yards and another touchdown, accounting for 347 total yards. And 99 of those rushing yards and that rushing touchdown came on the Sooners’ first drive. Here’s the 30-yard run Hurts used to cap that drive:

Here are some of the other best first-half plays Hurts made, from some great evasion to a long touchdown pass:

Meanwhile, while this was a home game for UCLA at the Rose Bowl, the stadium appeared to have a whole lot of Oklahoma fans.

And some of the UCLA fans who were there were understandably far from pleased.

The game finished 48-14, and Hurts finished with 289 passing yards (with 15 completions on 20 attempts) and three touchdowns, plus 150 rushing yards (on 15 carries) and another touchdown.

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