UCLA QB Dorian Thompson-Robinson signs autograph mid-game after facing USC
UCLA winger Dorian Thompson-Robinson is having a busy day at the Los Angeles Memorial Arena. Not only did he lead the Bruins against crosstown rival USC, he also signed autographs for fans.
Thompson-Robinson, who gave UCLA a 28-17 lead at halftime, scored a fourth total of the day with a 4-yard header near the end of the half. After the play, a fan in the stands bent down with a hat and pen in hand and asked for the midfielder’s autograph.
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Thomspon-Robinson, the man of whom he is, is obliged to:
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Unfortunately for the Bruins, Thompson-Robinson was called up for unsportsmanlike behavior – you can see officially pulling him away from the fans – which gave the Trojans a shorter pitch in their later game. surname. They made good 15 meters for free, scoring a goal with 23 seconds left to make it 28-17.
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This move may cost UCLA in the meantime, but that lucky fan will probably remember the move for a while. Thompson-Robinson’s job now is to make sure the Bruins stay ahead. He completed 11 of 17 264-yard passes and three touchdowns and two interceptions. He also had seven dashes to 27 meters and scored.