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Top Moments: Koron Crump has two sacks against the UCLA Bruins

It’s a Crump battle.

NCAA Football: UCLA at Arizona State Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

It was the fourth quarter with five minutes and 35 seconds left on the game clock when ASU linebacker Koron Crump tacked on his first sack of the game.

Crump chased down UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen, hitting him near the sideline, causing a fumble and injuring Rosen – forcing him out for the remainder of the game.

The play’s highlight can be found here.

Crump received his second sack of the night when it was second and 12 at the UCLA 29-yard line – causing a loss of 8-yards and forcing the Bruins to a third and 20 situation.

You can say Crump’s two sacks played an important role in the Devils’ 23-20 win over the Bruins. He eventually finished the season as the Devils’ sack leader.