PASADENA — Quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson threw his 76th career touchdown pass as a Bruin on Saturday at the Rose Bowl to become UCLA’s all-time leader in touchdown passes.
Thompson-Robinson broke the record held by former Bruins standout Brett Hundley (2011-14).on a 70-yard touchdown pass to receiver Logan Loya to cap off a two-play, 61-yard drive for a 35-25 lead over Utah with 11:17 to play.
The fifth-year senior, out of Bishop Gorman High in Las Vegas, entered the game with 72 career touchdowns before throwing four touchdowns, including two to receiver Jake Bobo and one to receiver Kam Brown.
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