Eric Kendricks one-hands a key interception for UCLA against USC

UCLA linebacker Eric Kendricks leads the Bruins defense in tackles this season, but it was his interception against USC on Saturday that will have people talking.

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Trojan quarterback Cody Kessler's second quarter pass deflected off the hands of his running back, and Kendricks came flying in to make an impressive one-handed interception along the sideline. The play, which was reviewed by officials and upheld, came as UCLA held a slim 17-14 lead and marked a shift in momentum.

The Bruins opening up a double-digit lead at halftime and kept cruising to a 38-20 win to give them control of their own destiny. If the Bruins beat Stanford next week, they will clinch the Pac-12 South title.