PASADENA – UCLA just watched a 10-point lead evaporate in 59 seconds.

In a season mostly devoid of fun moments, the Bruins rediscovered a reason to celebrate again and rekindled their dimming bowl hopes with a 44-37 win over the Sun Devils at the Rose Bowl.

UCLA has to win one out of its last two games between next Saturday at USC and at home against California on Nov. 24 to earn bowl eligibility.

UCLA weatd a potential momentum-changing blocked punt by relying on the week’s worth of lessons about energy.

Arizona State scored a touchdown on a blocked punt with 2:13 to go in the third quarter, tying a game that the Bruins were leading by 10 less than a minute prior.

UCLA responded with 10 straight points at the beginning of the fourth quarter and recovered a late on-side kick to seal the win.

With Rosen back from a one-game absence, UCLA scored 24 second-half points, including two consecutive touchdown drives to open the third quarter.

UCLA allowed 584 yards, including 294 on the ground, but kept the ASU offense out of the end zone in the second half.

UCLA forced three field goals in the red zone in the second half and gave up the touchdown on special teams.