Fan strips in end zone after Washington State scored against Stanford

The Bruins are headed into their most difficult weekend of the year. With both Stanford and California on the docket UCLA will have to muster all the offense it can to secure wins against two of the conference's best teams. (Habeba Mostafa  Daily Bru

Following a Washington State TD reception against Stanford, a random fan jumped out of the stands and stripped in the end zone.

Falk completed 34 of 48 pass attempts for 337 yards, with three touchdowns and an interception.

After two three-and-out possessions, Falk finally got on track again, engineering an 11-play, 94-yard drive, capped by an 11-yard touchdown pass to Jamire Calvin with 6:56 left in the fourth quarter, putting the Cougars ahead 24-21.

Meanwhile, Stanford comes to Pullman riding a five-game winning streak, including a narrow 15-14 victory over last-place Oregon State last week. Backup Tyler Hilinski threw for more than 500 yards last weekend, but his four interceptions helped Arizona win. They're 6-2 overall and ranked 19th in the S&P+.

The Cardinal offense looked atrocious last week without Love available, barely escaping Corvallis with a win against a struggling Oregon State club.

Love entered the game as one of the leading Heisman Trophy candidates with a yards-per-carry average exceeding 10, but Wazzu managed to limit him to a season-low 69 rushing yards and one touchdown on 16 carries.

Stanford's passing game has been non-existent. Alex Grinch will have to come off a spread option game plan and focus on a more traditional offense reminiscent of the 1990s. He started seven games and has a team-high three forced fumbles.