LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - UCLA coach Jim Mora says he isn't making more out of the Bruins' come-from-behind road win over Nebraska than he would any other victory.
It would be understandable if the 13th-ranked Bruins wanted to celebrate this one a little longer. The Bruins scored 38 straight points to overcome an 18-point deficit and beat the Cornhuskers 41-21 on Saturday.
It was the biggest comeback by a visitor in the 90-year history of Memorial Stadium and the biggest in Lincoln since 1920.
Mora said the win won't matter as much if the Bruins (3-0) don't follow it with more strong performances.
New Mexico State (0-3) visits this Saturday. The Bruins take the follow week off before starting Pac-12 play at Utah.