Turnovers landing Texas in trouble

AUSTIN, Texas -- Another turnover, another UCLA field goal.

UCLA's Kai Forbath drilled his second field goal of the day -- a 49-yard kick that put UCLA up 13-3 -- following Texas running back D.J. Monroe's fumble.

Garrett Gilbert followed that with an interception in Texas' territory, the Longhorns' fourth turnover of the day.

Monroe had sparked the Texas offense and been its most productive back, rushing six times for 46 yards off the bench, but the fumble might cost him some touches.

The crowd here has been frustrated and quieted by the turnovers, and those concerns look legitimate with a messy Texas offense needing a second-half comeback to win.

The defense has allowed scoring drives of four, two and 37 yards.