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LOS ANGELES -- The Rose Bowl press box was shaking. UCLA quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson had found wide receiver Logan Loya on a crossing route across the middle and the receiver had turned it into a 70-yard touchdown. The score put the Bruins up 10 points on No. 11 Utah and sent the crowd on hand -- most of the season-high 42,038 sitting in the shaded side of the stadium -- into a frenzy.

If it took a second for those inside the box to notice the movement, it's because the Rose Bowl press box hasn't moved much, if at all, this season.