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• Name (position coached) Nick Aliotti (def. coord./special teams/db) Foster Andersen (ol/te/db) Norm Andersen (wr/rb) Steve Axman (off. coord./qb/ol) Dino Babers (asst. hc/rb/wr) Bill Barnes (ends) John Becker (freshman) Bob Bergdahl (freshman, running backs) Gary Bernardi (te/ol/special teams) Eric Bieniemy (rb/special teams) Gary Blackney (db) Ken Blair (lb/special teams/wr) Sam Boghosian (guard, center, lb) Alan Borges (off. coord./qb) Inoke Breckterfield (dl) Deke Brackett (backs) Rich Brooks (lb/sp. teams) Steve Broussard (rb) Chuck Bullough (lb/def. coord.) Jacob Burney (dl) Tom Cable (off. coord./ol) Jim Camp (off. backs) Ron Caragher (wr/special teams) Norm Chow (off. coord./qb) A.J. Christoff (db) Jim Colletto (asst. hc/ol/te) Bob Connelly (ol) John Cooper (db) Larry Coyer (db/lb) Jim Criner (lb/ol/te) Dave Currey (wr) Jim Dawson (line) Gary DeLoach (secondary/special teams) George Dickerson (line) Terry Donahue (ol) Marc Dove (lb/sp. teams/db) Norman Dow (freshman) Rod Dowhower (off. coord./qb/wr) Earnel Durden (rb/wr) Jon Embree (asst. hc/te/wr) John Farrell (off. backs/blocking backs) Bob Field (asst. hc/def. coord./db/lb/special teams) Jethro Franklin (dl/special teams) Frank Gansz, Sr. (ol/te) Frank Gansz, Jr. (special teams) Tom Hayes (co. def. coord./db) Tim Hauck (safeties) Johnny Hermann (freshman, passing game, qb, wr) Todd Howard (asst. hc/dl) Ron Hudson (rb) Jed Hughes (def. coord./dl/lb) Tim Hundley (secondary/lb/special teams) Milt Jackson (ol/te) John Jardine (ol/te) Don Johnson (dl) Johnny Johnson (freshman, backfield) Mike Johnson (off. coord./wr) Doug Kay (dl/lb) Larry Kerr (def. coord./lb) Ed Kezirian (ol/te) Adrian Klemm (run game coord./ol) Tony Kopay (ol/db) Carnell Lake (secondary) Clark Lead (lb) R. Todd Littlejohn (db) Jerry Long (ol/dl) Rocky Long (def. coord./lb) Dick Mansperger (line) Larry Marmie (db) Steve Marshall (ol)

A L L - T I M E A S S I S TA N T C O A C H E S • Years on Staff 1998 1977 1982-86, 1994-95 1987-88, 2003 2004-07 1950-58 1970 1958-64 1994-03 2003-05 1978-79 1971-73 1957-64 1996-00 2011 1950-63 1970, 1976 2012-13 2006-10 1990-92 2004-05 1967-69 1996-02 2008-10 1990-94 1967-68, 1980-81,2006 2007 1965-66 1987-89 1973-75 1989 1959-62 2003-07 1946-57 1971-75 1996-02 1968-69 1974-75 1969-70 2003-05 1967-68 1978-79, 1981-00 1999 1976-77 2008-10 1980-88 2008 1958-64 2006-10 1979-81 1976-81 1990-95, 2009-11 1979 1965-69 2000-04 1950-64 2011 1977-79 1989, 2003-05 1982-92 2012-13 1965-72 2009 2010-11 2001-02 1965-75 1996-97 1963-64 1995 1996

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Name Demetrice Martin (db) Jim Mastro (f back/te) Tory Matheson (freshman) Bill Matthews (rb) Noel Mazzone (off. coord./qb) Taylor Mazzone (qb) D.J. McCarthy (wr) Angus McClure (te/special teams,ol,dl) Bob McKittrick (ol/defense/db/lb/dl) Bill McPherson (dl) Mike Mikolayunas (qb, wr) Reggie Moore (wr) Thurmond Moore (dl) Jim Mora (lb) Wayne Moses (rb) Jim Myers (line) Ray Nagel (backfield) Ron Nay (off. backs) Rick Neuheisel (wr/qb) Jay Norvell (off. coord./qb) Wayne Nunnely (dl) Dwain Painter (qb/wr) Bob Palcic (assc. hc/ol) John Pearce (qb/dl/special teams) Skip Peete (rb) Carl Peterson (wr/te) Dan Peterson Tommy Prothro Bill Rees (recruiting) Don Riley (ol/special teams) Greg Robinson (off. coord./ot/te/dl) Pepper Rodgers (off. backs/wr) Al Sandahl (wr/qb) Brian Schneider (special teams/safeties/lb) Eric Scott (wr) Mike Sherman (ol) Ron Siegrist (ol) Kelly Skipper (off. coord./rb/special teams) Homer Smith (off. coord./qb) Phil Snow (def. coord./safeties) Lou Spanos (def. coord.) Lynn Stiles (asst. hc/def. coord./lb/dl) Lew Stueck (lb/dl/defense) Jim Svoboda (off. coord./qb) Howard Tippett (linebackers) Bob Toledo (off. coordinator) Dick Tomey (def. coord./db/off. backs) Joe Tresey (def. coord.) Marques Tuiasosopo (Y receivers) Terry Tumey (dl/special teams) Jeff Ulbrich (spec. teams/lb, asst. head coach) Dick Vermeil (off. coord./qb) Fred Von Appen (defense) DeWayne Walker (def. coord./db) Mike Waufle (dl) Doug Weaver (asst. hc/def. coord./db/lb) Larry Weaver (db) Mark Weber (ol/special teams) Ted Williams (rb/lb) John Wristen (te/special teams) Eric Yarber (wr)

Years on Staff 2012-13 2011 1971 1971-78 2012-13 2013 2006 2007, 2011-13 1965-70 1975-77 1979 (Spring) 2008-10 2005 1974 1990-95, 2008-11 1949-56 1955-57 1971 1988-93 2007 1993-94 1976-78 1993, 2008-11 1999-02 1996-97 1973-75 1958-64 1949-54 1979-93 1976-87, 1995 1982-89 1965-66 1979 2003-05 2007 1994 1965-68 1998-02 1972-73, 1980-86, 1990-93 2001-02 20120-13 1971-75 1963-69 2004-06 1980 1994-95 1971-1976 2011 2012 1995-98 2012-13 1970 1970 2006-08 1989 1971-72 1969-70 1997-03 1980-89 2006 2012-13

Note: list dates from1953-present / others included when records exist

MEDIA GUIDE

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TABLE OF CONTENTS ROSTER

HISTORY/RECORDS

UCLA IN THE NFL

2-3

Roster

67

The Last Time

124

Current NFL Bruins

3

Pronunciation Guide

68-69

Career Records

125

Bruins in the Super Bowl

4

Players By Position

70-71 72-73

Single-Season Records Individual School Records

125 126-128

First-Round NFL Draft Choices UCLA's All-Time Professional Roster

73

UCLA Bowl Game Records

129-130

UCLA's All-Time NFL Roster By Team

74

Team School Records

131-132

UCLA in the AFL/NFL Draft

75

Opponent Records

76-77

Memorable Individual Performances Top Opponent Performances Yearly Individual Leaders

SEASON OUTLOOK 5-10

Season Outlook

COACHES & FOOTBALL STAFF

GENERAL INFO.

11

Jim Mora

78 79-80

12

Steve Broussard / Adrian Klemm

81-84

Year-By-Year Record

13 14

Demetrice Martin / Noel Mazzone Taylor Mazzone

85

All-Time Coaching History

86

Coaching Superlatives

15

Angus McClure / Lou Spanos

Colors: Blue and Gold Nickname: Bruins

16

Jeff Ulbrich / Eric Yarber

87-89 90

League Championship Teams All-Time Assistant Coaches

Website: uclabruins.com

17

Sal Alosi / Matt Butterfield

91

UCLA Players in All-Star Games

17 17 18-19

Michael Ghobrial / Dimetrius Hajimihalis Chris Reinert Football Support Staff

92

Attendance History

93 94 95-100 100 101 102-106 107 108 109 110 111-118 119 120-121 122 123

UCLA Traditions Bruin Academic All-Stars UCLA's Bowl Tradition All-Time Bowl Game Results Great Bruin Comebacks Bruin Letterwinners 1954 NCAA Champions Bruins in the College Football Hall of Fame Bruins in the Professional Football Hall of Fame All-Americans First-Team All-Americans UCLA and the Heisman Trophy Award Winners Retired Jerseys All-Conference/All-Coast Honorees

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Returning Player Biographies Returning Player Headshots Newcomer Biographies

2012 IN REVIEW 54-55 56 57-58 59 60 61 61 62-66

Statistics/Results Game-By-Game Team Statistics Game-By-Game Individual Statistics Game-By-Game Starting Lineups Individual Honors Pac-12 Conference Results Pac-12 Conference Honors Game Recaps

Location: Los Angeles, Calif. 90024 Enrollment: 40,500 (27,000 undergrads)

Ticket Info.: (310) UCLA-WIN Chancellor: Dr. Gene Block Athletics Director: Dan Guerrero Faculty Athletic Rep: Don Morrison Conference: Pacific-12 Stadium: Rose Bowl (91,500) Offensive Alignment: Multiple Defensive Alignment: Multiple Starters Returning: 12 (6 offense, 5 defense, 1 specialist) 2012 Record: 9-5 Conf. Record: 6-3 (Pac-12 South Div. Champs) Head Coach: Jim Mora (2nd Season) Record at UCLA: 9-5 Football Contacts Associate SID: Steve Rourke srourke@athletics.ucla.edu / 310-206-8187 Assistant SID: Danny Harrington dharrington@athletics.ucla.edu / 310-206-8075 SID Mailing Address: J.D. Morgan Center 325 Westwood Plaza Los Angeles, CA 90095 Credential Website: www.bruincredentials.com

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ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

NUMERICAL

No. Name

Pos

Ht

Wt

Yr

Exp

Hometown

High School/Last School

1

Shaquelle Evans

24

Adams, Ishmael

CB

5-8

190

So.

SQ

Woodland Hills, CA

Oaks Christian

1

Dietrich Riley

4

Andrews, Darren

WR

5-10

180

Fr.

HS

Phillips Ranch, CA

Bishop Amat

2

Priest Willis

CB

96

Ankou, Eli

DT

6-3

290

Fr.*

SQ

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Red Lion Christian Academy

2

Asiantii Woulard

QB

85

Atkins, Spencer

Y

6-1

220

Fr.

HS

Champaign, IL

IMG Academy

3

Darius Bell

Y

31

Barocio, Librado

S

5-7

170

Jr.*

2V

Los Angeles, CA

Loyola

3

Randall Goforth

S

11

Barr, Anthony

OLB

6-4

248

Sr.

3V

San Pedro, CA

Loyola

4

Darren Andrews

WR

89

Barrett, Jordan

Y

6-2

263

Sr.*

2V

Oak Park, CA

Notre Dame HS/UNLV

4

Stan McKay

ILB

3

Bell, Darius

Y

5-11

210

Sr.*

2V

San Francisco, CA

Archbishop Riordan HS/CCSF

6

Jordon James

RB

74

Benenoch, Caleb

OG

6-5

320

Fr.

HS

Katy, TX

Seven Lakes

6

Eric Kendricks

ILB

55

Bowens, Isaiah

ILB

6-1

225

Sr.*

3V

La Verne, CA

Bishop Amat

7

Devin Fuller

WR

54

Brendel, Jake

C

6-4

285

So.*

2V

Plano, TX

East

7

John Johnson

19

Brown, Jayon

ILB

6-0

208

Fr.

HS

Long Beach, CA

Long Beach Poly

8

Deon Hollins

88

Buce, Reed

LS

6-2

240

Fr.

HS

Peoria, AZ

Centennial

8

Jalen Ortiz

WR

26

Carlson, Michael

S

6-2

206

Fr.

HS

Bellevue, WA

Bellevue

9

Jordan Payton

WR

56

Castro, Jeremy

OLB

6-2

240

Fr.

HS

San Diego, CA

Vista Murrieta

9

Marcus Rios

CB

97

Clark, Kenny

DT

6-2

305

Fr.

HS

San Bernardino, CA

Carter

10

Fabian Moreau

CB

20

Combs, Justin

CB

5-7

170

Fr.*

SQ

New Rochelle, NY

Iona Prep

10

Brendan Cross

QB

19

Covington, Sean

P/KO

6-1

211

Fr.

HS

Treasure Island, FL

St. Petersburg

10

Kenneth Walker

10

Cross, Brendan

QB

6-2

200

Gr.

3V

Alpharetta, GA

Chattahoochee

11

Anthony Barr

58

Cyburt, Colby

OT

6-3

265

Fr.*

SQ

San Juan Capistrano, CA

Mission Viejo

11

Jerry Neuheisel

QB

22

Davis, Roosevelt

RB

5-3

155

So.*

2V

Lancaster, CA

Paraclete

12

Mike Fafaul

QB

35

Davis, Ryan

RB

5-7

198

Fr.*

SQ

Lancaster, CA

Paraclete

14

T.J. Millweard

QB

18

Dawson, Charles

DB

5-10

180

Fr.

HS

Los Angeles, CA

Windward

15

Ka'imi Fairbairn

18

Duarte, Thomas

Y

6-3

221

Fr.

HS

Fullerton, CA

Mater Dei

15

Devin Lucien

WR

88

Eaton, Daniel

Y

6-3

194

Fr.*

SQ

Mountain View, CA

Los Altos

17

Brett Hundley

QB

20

Emesibe, Melvin

RB

5-9

192

So.*

2V

Nashville, TN

Hesperia

18

Charles Dawson

CB

98

Epenesa, Seali’i

DT

6-1

310

Sr.

3V

Waipahu, HI

Iolani

18

Thomas Duarte

1

Evans, Shaquelle

WR

6-1

204

Sr.*

2V

Inglewood, CA

Inglewood/Notre Dame

19

Jayon Brown

12

Fafaul, Mike

QB

6-1

201

Fr.*

SQ

Cockeysville, MD

Loyola Blakefield/Fork Union

19

Sean Covington

P/KO

15

Fairbairn, Ka'imi

PK/KO

5-11

185

So.

1V

Kailua, HI

Punahou

19

Zach Hernandez

WR

93

Fitts, Kylie

DE

6-4

270

Fr.

HS

San Bernardino, CA

Redlands East Valley

20

Justin Combs

CB

22

Foreman, Tyler

S

6-2

198

Fr.

HS

Pasadena, CA

Crespi

20

Melvin Emesibe

RB

7

Fuller, Devin

WR

5-11

195

So.

1V

Norwood, NJ

Northern Valley Regional

21

Goodman, Tahaan

49

Gane, Luke

FB

6-2

228

Jr.*

3V

Huntington Beach, CA

Edison

22

Roosevelt Davis

3

Goforth, Randall

S

5-10

190

So.

1V

Long Beach, CA

Long Beach Poly

22

Tyler Foreman

70

Goines, Simon

OT

6-6

325

So.

1V

Keller, TX

Keller Central

23

Anthony Jefferson

CB

21

Goodman, Tahaan

S

6-2

189

Fr.

HS

Rancho Cucamonga, CA

Rancho Cucamonga

24

Ishmael Adams

CB

40

Graham, Keenan

DE

6-1

255

Sr.*

3V

Las Vegas, NV

Silverado

24

Paul Perkins

RB

43

Green, Willie

ILB

6-2

215

Fr.*

SQ

Los Angeles, CA

Beverly Hills

25

Brandon Sermons

45

Hajimihalis, Peter

LS

5-6

190

So.*

1V

Hunt Valley, MD

St. Paul's

25

Damien Thigpen

48

Hale, Tre

FB

6-2

242

Jr.*

3V

Rancho Cucamonga, CA

Damien

26

Michael Carlson

29

Hall, Jake

QB

6-4

198

Fr.*

SQ

Newport Beach, CA

J. Serra

26

Ahmaad Harris

32

Handler, Sam

WR

5-10

187

Fr.*

SQ

Barrington, IL

Barrington

28

Malcolm Jones

RB

26

Harris, Ahmaad

WR

5-4

165

Fr.*

SQ

Suwanee, GA

Peachtree Ridge

28

Taylor Lagace

ILB

19

Hernandez, Zach

WR

6-0

180

Fr.*

SQ

Malibu, CA

Oaks Christian

29

Jake Hall

QB

53

Hofmeister, Ryan

ILB

6-0

222

Jr.*

2V

Riverside, CA

Vista Murrieta/Riverside CC

29

Erick Zumwalt

8

Hollins, Deon

OLB

6-0

216

Fr.

HS

Houston, TX

Marshall

30

Myles Jack

57

Hulick, Carl

C

6-2

278

Fr.*

SQ

Yorba Linda, CA

Esperanza

31

Librado Barocio

17

Hundley, Brett

QB

6-3

222

So.*

2V

Chandler, AZ

Chandler

32

Sam Handler

32

Iese, Nate

OLB

6-3

243

Fr.*

SQ

Elk Grove, CA

Sheldon

32

Nate Iese

30

Jack, Myles

LB

6-1

225

Fr.

HS

Bellevue, WA

Bellevue

33

Dylan Luther

6

James, Jordon

RB

5-9

194

Jr.*

2V

Corona, CA

Corona

33

Steven Manfro

RB

23

Jefferson, Anthony

CB

6-1

185

Jr.*

2V

Los Angeles, CA

Cathedral

35

Ryan Davis

RB

7

Johnson, John

CB

5-9

181

Fr.

HS

Fresno, CA

Central

35

Jordan Zumwalt

ILB

98

Johnson, Mitch

PK/KO

6-0

198

Fr.*

SQ

Bellevue, WA

Bellevue

36

Nick Pasquale

WR

28

Jones, Malcolm

RB

6-0

224

Sr.

2V

Agoura Hills, CA

Oaks Christian

40

Keenan Graham

45

Judge, Cameron

ILB

6-1

218

Fr.

HS

Moorpark, CA

Oaks Christian

41

Aramide Olaniyan

6

Kendricks, Eric

ILB

6-0

228

Jr.*

3V

Fresno, CA

Hoover

42

Aaron Porter

ILB

76

Lacy, Kenny

OT

6-4

290

Fr.

HS

Phoenix, AZ

Mountain Pointe

43

Willie Green

ILB

28

Lagace, Taylor

ILB

6-0

208

Fr.*

SQ

Arcadia, CA

Arcadia

44

Phillip Ruhl

FB

59

Longo, Christopher

LS

6-3

204

So.*

1V

La Canada, CA

St. Francis

44

Isaako Savaiinaea

ILB

75

Lopez, John

OG

6-5

325

Fr.

HS

Villa Park, CA

Orange Lutheran

45

Peter Hajimihalis

LS

15

Lucien, Devin

WR

6-0

195

So.*

2V

Encino, CA

Crespi

45

Cameron Judge

ILB

33

Luther, Dylan

DB

6-1

190

Fr.

HS

Huntington Beach, CA

Edison

46

Kenny Orjioke

33

Manfro, Steven

RB

5-9

189

So.*

2V

Castaic, CA

Valencia

47

Eddie Vanderdoes

DE

99

Marsh, Cassius

DE

6-4

260

Sr.

3V

Simi Valley, CA

Oaks Christian

48

Tre Hale

FB

82

Massington, Eldridge

WR

6-1

205

Fr.

HS

Mesquite, TX

West Mesquite

49

Luke Gane

FB

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DE OLB

OLB

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ALPHABETICAL CONT.

NUMERICAL

No. Name

Pos

Ht

Wt

Yr

Exp

Hometown

High School/Last School

50

Kevin McReynolds

83

Mazzone, Grayson

WR

5-8

195

Sr.*

SQ

Cary, NC

Panther Creek / East Carolina

51

Alex Redmond

OG OG

90

McCarthy, Ellis

DT

6-4

330

So.

1V

Monrovia, CA

Monrovia

51

Aaron Wallace

OLB

68

McDermott, Conor

OT

6-8

277

Fr.*

SQ

Nashville, TN

Ensworth

52

Scott Quessenberry

4

McKay, Stan

ILB

6-0

196

Sr.*

3V

Long Beach, CA

Poly

53

Ryan Hofmeister

50

McReynolds, Kevin

OG

6-2

300

So.*

2V

Silver Spring, MD

St. John's College HS

54

Jake Brendel

14

Millweard, T.J.

QB

6-3

210

Fr.*

SQ

Colleyville, TX

All Saints

55

Isaiah Bowens

71

Moala, Poasi

OT

6-4

265

Fr.

HS

Moreno Valley, CA

Rancho Verde

55

Ben Wysocki

10

Moreau, Fabian

CB

6-0

193

So.

1V

Sunrise, FL

Western

56

Jeremy Castro

OLB

60

Morris, Christian

OT

6-6

315

Fr.

HS

Memphis, TN

East

56

Xavier Su'a-Filo

OG

11

Neuheisel, Jerry

QB

6-1

192

Fr.*

SQ

Los Angeles, CA

Loyola

57

Carl Hulick

94

Odighizuwa, Owamagbe

DE

6-3

268

Sr.

3V

Portland, OR

Douglas

58

Colby Cyburt

41

Olaniyan, Aramide

OLB

6-1

197

Jr.*

3V

Bowie, MD

Woodberry Forest

59

Christopher Longo

LS

46

Orjioke, Kenny

OLB

6-4

240

So.

1V

Marietta, GA

Lassiter

60

Christian Morris

OT

8

Ortiz, Jalen

WR

5-9

176

Fr.

HS

Peoria, AZ

Centennial

68

Conor McDermott

OT

36

Pasquale, Nick

WR

5-7

172

Fr.*

SQ

San Clemente, CA

San Clemente

70

Simon Goines

OT

9

Payton, Jordan

WR

6-1

212

So.

1V

Santa Monica, CA

Oaks Christian

71

Poasi Moala

OT

24

Perkins, Paul

RB

5-10

196

Fr.*

SQ

Queen Creek, AZ

Chandler

71

Zach Vinci

DE

42

Porter, Aaron

ILB

6-0

231

Fr.*

SQ

La Habra, CA

La Habra

74

Caleb Benenoch

OG

52

Quessenberry, Scott

C

6-3

288

Fr.

HS

La Costa, CA

La Costa Canyon

75

John Lopez

OG

51

Redmond, Alex

OG

6-5

305

Fr.

HS

Cerritos, CA

Los Alamitos

76

Kenny Lacy

OT

1

Riley, Dietrich

S

6-0

200

Jr.*

2V

Pasadena, CA

St. Francis

77

Torian White

OT

9

Rios, Marcus

CB

5-11

180

So.

1V

Elk Grove, CA

Cosumnes Oaks

81

Tyler Scott

WR

44

Ruhl, Phillip

FB

6-0

230

Jr.*

3V

Stockton, CA

Lincoln

82

Eldridge Massington WR

44

Savaiinaea, Isaako

ILB

6-2

230

Fr.

HS

Honolulu, HI

Punahou

83

Grayson Mazzone

81

Scott, Tyler

WR

6-2

212

So.*

2V

Novato, CA

Marin Catholic

85

Spencer Atkins

89

Schwab, Thomas

DL

6-3

240

Fr.

HS

Lucas, TX

Lovejoy

86

Logan Sweet

25

Sermons, Brandon

S

5-11

190

Sr.*

3V

Diamond Bar, CA

Diamond Ranch

87

Ian Taubler

DE

56

Su'a-Filo, Xavier

OG

6-3

305

Jr.

2V

Pleasant Grove, UT

Timpview

88

Reed Buce

LS

86

Sweet, Logan

WR

6-0

188

So.*

2V

Mission Viejo, CA

Santa Margarita

88

Daniel Eaton

91

Tai, Sam

DE

6-2

265

So.*

1V

Henderson, NV

Liberty

89

Jordan Barrett

87

Taubler, Ian

DE

6-4

257

So.

1V

Fresno, CA

Bullard

89

Thomas Schwab

25

Thigpen, Damien

RB

5-8

185

Sr.*

4V

Gainesville, VA

Stonewall Jackson

90

Ellis McCarthy

DT

95

Tuliaupupu, Brandon

DT

6-1

286

So.*

2V

LaVerne, CA

Claremont

91

Sam Tai

DE

47

Vanderdoes, Eddie

DE

6-4

305

Fr.

HS

Auburn, CA

Placer HS

92

Brandon Willis

DE

71

Vinci, Zach

DE

6-3

250

So.*

TR

Ridgewood, NJ

St. Joseph's HS/Wesleyan College

93

Kylie Fitts

DE

10

Walker, Kenneth

WR

5-9

171

So.

1V

Richmond, CA

Kennedy

94

Owamagbe Odighizuwa DE

51

Wallace, Aaron

OLB

6-2

240

So.*

2V

San Diego, CA

Rancho Bernardo

95

Brandon Tuliaupupu

DT

77

White, Torian

OT

6-5

290

So.*

2V

Inglewood, CA

Lakewood

96

Eli Ankou

DT

92

Willis, Brandon

DE

6-1

275

Jr.*

2V

Duncan, SC

Byrnes/U North Carolina

97

Kenny Clark

DT

2

Willis, Priest

CB

6-2

185

Fr.

HS

Phoenix, AZ

Marcos de Niza

98

Seali'i Epenesa

DT

2

Woulard, Asiantii

QB

6-3

205

Fr.

HS

Palm Bay, FL

Winter Park

98

Mitch Johnson

PK

55

Wysocki, Ben

OG

6-4

280

So.*

2V

Seal Beach, CA

Los Alamitos

99

Cassius Marsh

DE

29

Zumwalt, Erick

CB

5-10

172

So.*

1V

Huntington Beach, CA

Edison

35

Zumwalt, Jordan

ILB

6-4

235

Sr.

3V

Huntington Beach, CA

Edison

C ILB C ILB OG

C OT

WR Y WR

Y Y DL

*Indicates has used redshirt year

COACHING STAFF Head Coach

Jim Mora (2nd Season)

Passing Game Coord./Def. Backs

Demetrice Martin

Noel Mazzone

Defensive Line/Recruiting Coord.

Angus McClure

Offensive Coordinator Defensive Coordinator Running Backs Running Game Coord./Off. Line

Lou Spanos Steve Broussard Adrian Klemm

Strength & Conditioning Coord. Offensive Graduate Asst.

Sal Alosi Matt Butterfield

Asst. Head Coach/Special Teams/Linebackers

Jeff Ulbrich

Def. Graduate Asst./Special Teams

Wide Receivers

Eric Yarber

Offensive Graduate Asst.

Dimetrius Hajimihalis

Taylor Mazzone

Defensive Graduate Asst.

Chris Reinert

Quarterbacks

Michael Ghobrial

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Coaches Noel/ Taylor Mazzone — muh-ZONE-ee Demetrice Martin — deh-MEE-tris Jeff Ulbrich — UL-brick

Players Eli Ankou — EE-lee ANN-koo Librado Barocio — lee-BRA-doe bar-O-see-oh Caleb Benenoch— ben-nn-KNOCK Jake Brendel — BREN-dul Melvin Emesibe — em-mis-SIB-be Seali’i Epenesa — say-ah-LEE-ee Epp-n-ESS-uh Shaquelle Evans — sha-KEEL Mike Fafaul — FAY-ful

Ka’imi Fairbairn — kuh-EE-me FAIR-bairn Luke Gane — like gain Tahaan Goodman — tuh-HAHN Peter Hajimihalis — ha-gee-MUH-hal-is Ahmaad Harris — ah-MOD Carl Hulick — HUGH-lick Nate Iese — YES-say Taylor Lagace — LAG-a-say Devin Lucien — LOU-see-en Grayson Mazzone — muh-ZONE-ee T.J. Millweard — Mill-word Poasi Moala— poe-AH-see mo-WAH-luh Jerry Neuheisel — new-HIGH-zell Owamagbe Odighizuwa — Oh-wah-MAH-bay Oh-DIGGY-zoo-wah 2013 UCLA FOOTBALL

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Aramide Olaniyan — r-ME-day oh-lay-KNEE-an Kenny Orjioke — or-gee-OH-key Scott Quessenberry— QUIZ-en-berry Phillip Ruhl — like rule Isaako Savaiinaea— eye-SOCK-oh sav-uh-ee-NYE-uh Xavier Su’a-Filo — ZAY-vee-ur sue-uh-FEE-low Ian Taubler — EE-ann TOBB-ler Brandon Tuliaupupu— too-lee-AHH-oo-poo-poo Eddie Vanderdoes — van-der-DOUGHS Torian White — Tore-EE-an Asiantii Woulard — Ash-SHAWN-tee Jordan Zumwalt — ZUM-walt Erick Zumwalt — ZUM-walt

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OFFENSE

DEFENSE

WR/F

DE

40 47 71 87 89 91 92 93 94 99

Keenan Graham (6-1, 255, Sr.**) (1) Eddie Vanderdoes (6-4, 305, Fr.) Zach Vinci (6-3, 250, So.**) Ian Taubler (6-4, 257, So.) Thomas Schwab (6-3, 240, Fr.) Sam Tai (6-2, 265, So.**) Brandon Willis (6-1, 275, Jr.**) Kylie Fitts (6-4, 270, Fr.) Owamagbe Odighizuwa (6-3, 268, Sr.) (1) Cassius Marsh (6-4, 260, Sr.) (14)

NT

90 95 96 97 98

Ellis McCarthy (6-4, 330, So.) Brandon Tuliaupupu (6-1, 286, So.**) Eli Ankou (6-3, 290, Fr.**) Kenneth Clark (6-2, 305, Fr.) Seali’i Epenesa (6-1, 310, Sr.) (10)

OLB

8 11 30 32 41 46 51 56

Deon Hollins (6-2, 216, Fr.) Anthony Barr (6-4, 248, Sr.) (14) Myles Jack (6-1, 225, Fr.) Nate Iese (6-3, 243, Fr.**) Aramide Olaniyan (6-1, 197, Jr.**) Kenny Orjioke (6-4, 240, So.) Aaron Wallace (6-2, 240, So.**) Jeremy Castro (6-2, 240, Fr.)

ILB

4 6 19 28 35 42 43 44 45 53 55

Stan McKay (6-0, 196, Sr.**) (1) Eric Kendricks (6-0, 228, Jr.**) (14) Jayon Brown (6-0, 208, Fr.) Taylor Lagace (6-0, 208, Fr.**) Jordan Zumwalt (6-4, 235, Sr.) (9) Aaron Porter (6-0, 231, Fr.**) Willie Green (6-2, 215, Fr.**) Issako Savaiinaea (6-2, 230, Fr.) Cameron Judge (6-1, 218, Fr.) Ryan Hofmeister (6-0, 222, Jr.**) (2) Isaiah Bowens (6-1, 225, Sr.**)

CB

2 7 9 10 18 20 23 24 29

Priest Willis (6-2, 185, Fr.) John Johnson (5-9, 181, Fr.) Marcus Rios (5-11, 180, So.) Fabian Moreau (6-0, 193, So.) Charles Dawson (5-10, 180, Fr.) Justin Combs (5-7, 170, Fr.**) Anthony Jefferson (6-1, 185, Jr.**) Ishmael Adams (5-8, 190, So.) Erick Zumwalt (5-10, 172, So.**)

S

1 3 21 22 25 26 31 33

Dietrich Riley (6-0, 200, Jr.**) Randall Goforth (5-10, 190, So.) (5) Tahaan Goodman (6-2, 189, Fr.) Tyler Foreman (6-2, 198, Fr.) Brandon Sermons (5-11, 190, Sr.**) Michael Carlson (6-2, 206, Fr.) Librado Barocio (5-7, 170, Jr.**) Dylan Luther (6-1, 190, Fr.)

1 4 7 8 9 10 15 19 26 32 36 81 82 83 86

Shaq Evans (6-1, 204,Sr.**) (14 starts) Darren Andrews (5-10, 180, Fr.) Devin Fuller (5-11, 195, So.) (2) Jalen Ortiz (5-9, 176, Fr.) Jordan Payton (6-1, 212, So.) (4) Kenneth Walker (5-9, 171, So.) Devin Lucien (6-0, 195, So.**) Zach Hernandez (6-0, 180, Fr.**) Ahmaad Harris (5-4, 165, Fr.**) Sam Handler (5-10, 187, Fr.**) Nick Pasquale (5-7, 172, Fr.**) Tyler Scott (6-2, 212, So.**) Eldridge Massington (6-1, 205, Fr.) Grayson Mazzone (5-8, 195, Sr.**) Logan Sweet (6-0, 188, So.**)

58 60 68 70 71 76 77

Colby Cyburt (6-3, 265, Fr.**) Christian Morris (6-6, 315, Fr.) Conor McDermott (6-8, 277, Fr.**) Simon Goines (6-6, 325, So.) (13) Poasi Moala (6-4, 265, Fr.) Kenny Lacy (6-4, 290, Fr.) Torian White (6-5, 290, So.**) (14)

50 51 55 56 74 75

Kevin McReynolds (6-2, 300, So.**) Alex Redmond (6-5, 305, Fr.) Ben Wysocki (6-4, 280, So.**) Xavier Su'a-Filo (6-3, 305, Jr.) (14) Caleb Benenoch (6-5, 320, Fr.) John Lopez (6-5, 325, Fr.)

OC

52 54 57

Scott Quessenberry (6-3, 288, Fr.) Jake Brendel (6-4, 285, So.**) (14) Carl Hulick (6-2, 278, Fr.**)

Y

3 18 85 88 89

Darius Bell (5-11, 210, Sr.*) (1) Thomas Duarte (6-3, 221, Fr.) Spencer Atkins (6-1, 220, Fr.) Daniel Eaton (6-3, 194, Fr.**) Jordan Barrett (6-2, 263, Sr.**)

QB

2 10 11 12 14 17 29

Asiantii Woulard (6-3, 205, Fr.) Brendan Cross (6-2, 200, Gr.) Jerry Neuheisel (6-1, 192, Fr.**) Mike Fafaul (6-1, 201, Fr.**) T.J. Millweard (6-3, 210, Fr.**) Brett Hundley (6-3, 222, So.**) (14) Jake Hall (6-4, 198, Fr.**)

FB

44 48 49

Phillip Ruhl (6-0, 230, Jr.**) Tre Hale (6-2, 242, Jr.**) Luke Gane (6-2, 228, Jr.**)

RB

6 20 22 24 25 28 33 35

Jordon James (5-9, 194, Jr.**) (3) Melvin Emesibe (5-9, 192, So.**) Roosevelt Davis (5-3, 155, So.**) Paul Perkins (5-10, 196, Fr.**) Damien Thigpen (5-8, 185, Sr.**) (3) Malcolm Jones (6-0, 224, Sr.) Steven Manfro (5-9, 189, So.**) (4) Ryan Davis (5-7, 198, Fr.**)

OT

OG

Players listed in numerical order by position ( ) Indicates number of games started in 2012 season ** Indicates utilized redshirt year

SPECIALISTS PK

15 98

Ka'imi Fairbairn (5-11, 185, So.) (14) Mitch Johnson (6-0, 193, Fr.**)

KO

15 19 98

Ka'imi Fairbairn (5-11, 185, So.) (14) Sean Covington (6-1, 211, Fr.) Mitch Johnson (6-0, 198, Fr.**)

P

19

Sean Covington (6-2, 195, Fr.)

LS

45 59 88

Peter Hajimihalis (5-6, 190, So.**) Christopher Longo (6-3, 204, So.**) Reed Buce (6-2, 240, Fr.) 2013 UCLA FOOTBALL

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PR

1 3 7 33

Shaq Evans (6-1, 204,Sr.**) (14) Randall Goforth (5-10, 190, So.) (5) Devin Fuller (5-11, 195, So.) (2) Steven Manfro (5-9, 189, So.**) (4)

KR

7 25 33

Devin Fuller (5-11, 195, So.) (2) Damien Thigpen (5-8, 185, Sr.**) (3) Steven Manfro (5-9, 189, So.**) (4)

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Torian White (14/14), Simon Goines (13/13), Jake Brendel (14/14); five receivers, Shaq Evans (20/14), Jordan Payton (4/4), Devin Fuller (2/2), Kenneth Walker (1/1), Darius Bell (1/1); three running backs, Jordon James (3/3), Damien Thigpen (3/3), Steven Manfro (5/5); one quarterback, Brett Hundley (14/14). On special teams, sophomore placekicker Ka'imi Fairbairn enjoyed a productive first season in 2012. He ranked 11th on the all-time school lists for field goals in a season (16/22) and points scored (104).

The Bruins begin their second season of work under head coach Jim Mora the first week of August, as UCLA points towards the August 31 season-opener, under the lights, in the Rose Bowl against Nevada. One of the nation's top linebacker trios-- Anthony Barr, Eric Kendricks, Jordan Zumwalt -- join quarterback Brett Hundley, offensive lineman Xavier Su'a-Filo and receiver Shaq Evans to headline the group of letterwinners returning to action. A total of twenty-four returners have starting experience under their belts and 13 had starting assignments in the Bridgepoint Education Holiday Bowl. A couple of members of the highly-regarded 2013 recruiting class -- defensive lineman Kylie Fitts and wide receiver Eldridge Massington --- were on hand for spring ball. In addition, freshman linebacker Jeremy Castro enrolled in January and is ready for action. Senior running back Malcolm Jones rejoined the team for spring practice as a walk-on. Coach Mora has kept his coaching staff virtually intact for year two. Veteran offensive coordinator Noel Mazzone will once again run the offense and long-time NFL coach Lou Spanos guides the defense. Former NFL players make up the majority of the balance of the coaching staff with Jeff Ulbrich serving as assistant head coach, special teams coordinator and linebackers coach; Eric Yarber mentoring the wide receivers; Adrian Klemm working as offensive line coach and running game coordinator; Steve Broussard as running backs coach. Passing game coordinator Demetrice Martin heads up the Bruin secondary and Angus McClure, in his seventh season at UCLA, directs the defensive line. The lone newcomer is Taylor Mazzone, a graduate assistant on last season's staff, who will be in charge of the quarterback position.

SUPERLATIVES Senior linebacker Anthony Barr finished the 2012 season ranked second in the nation with his 13.5 sacks (second on the school's all-time single-season list) and tied for fifth in the country with his 21.5 tackles for loss (fourth on the all-time school single-season list). Redshirt senior receiver Shaq Evans's 60 catches in 2012 rated as the eighth-best total in school single-season history. Redshirt junior linebacker Eric Kendricks' 150 tackles were the most by a Bruin since single-season leader Jerry Robinson recorded 161 in 1978. His 10.6 tackles per game average ranked first in the Pac-12 in 2012. Coach Mora's nine wins in his first season as Bruin head coach matched the school record for victories by a first-year UCLA head man. Terry Donahue totaled nine wins in the 1976 campaign. Only seven teams in school history have won more than nine games in a season. Thirty-eight UCLA football players achieved at least a 3.0 gpa in 12 units during the 2012 fall quarter and were named to the Director's Academic Honor Roll.

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The Bruins welcome back five players who started the bulk of the games at their defensive positions in 2012: DL Cassius Marsh, DL Seali'i Epenesa, LB Anthony Barr, LB Eric Kendricks and LB Jordan Zumwalt. Three of the top four tacklers on the 2012 defense return, as do five of the top seven tackles for loss leaders and four of the top five-ranking players with sacks. In terms of overall starting experience, the UCLA defense returns four linemen who have made starts in Cassius Marsh 26/14 (career/2012 starts), Seali'i Epenesa (10/10), Owamagbe Odighizuwa (8/1), Keenan Graham (8/1); five linebackers, Anthony Barr (25/14 at lb), Jordan Zumwalt (17/9), Eric Kendricks (17/14), Stan McKay (3/1), Ryan Hofmeister (2/2); and two defensive backs in Dietrich Riley (5/0) and Randall Goforth (5/5). The offense returns six players who started the majority of games at their positions in 2012: OG Xavier Su'a-Filo, C Jake Brendel, OT Simon Goines, OT Torian White, QB Brett Hundley, WR Shaq Evans. Overall, UCLA returns its top passer, three of its top four total offense leaders, its leading receiver, five of its top six rushers. The unit welcomes back four linemen with starting experience, Xavier Su'a-Filo (27/14),

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The 2013 schedule starts with the Aug. 31 home date against Nevada. A return trip to play at Big 10 opponent Nebraska follows on Sept. 14. New Mexico State comes to Pasadena for game three of the season on Sept. 21. Four of the nine conference games will be contested in the Rose Bowl. The Pac-12 slate opens with a Thursday night contest at Utah. The Bay Area schools are up next, with Cal coming first to the Rose Bowl, before the Bruins head north to Stanford. A trip to Oregon precedes a homecoming date with Colorado on Nov. 2. UCLA then travels to Arizona before hosting Washington on a Friday night in the Rose Bowl. The regular season home finale comes versus Arizona State. The UCLA-USC game will be played in the Coliseum on Nov. 30. Three opponents (Nebraska, Stanford, Oregon) on the schedule won double-digit games last season and seven (Nevada, Nebraska, Stanford, Oregon, Arizona, Arizona State, USC) went on to play in bowl games.

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FULLBACK Walk-on redshirt juniors TRE HALE (6-2, 248), PHILLIP RUHL (6-0, 230) and LUKE GANE (6-2, 228) are each in the equation at fullback. Hale, a lineman in 2012, along with Ruhl and Gane, all saw action on special teams in 2012.

Redshirt sophomore BRETT HUNDLEY (6-3, 222) etched his name into the Bruin record books in his first season on the field. Hundley became the first UCLA quarterback to produce three-straight 300-yard passing games (305-Nebraska, 320-Houston, 372-Oregon State). His 29 scoring passes ranked second on the all-time school single-season list (school mark - 34 by Drew Olson, 2005) and were the most-ever by a UCLA freshman. Hundley also established single-season school records for total offense (4,095), passing yards (3,740) and completions (318). His total offense mark of 4,095 rates as the fifth-best single-season mark in Pac-12 history. The fall will be a time of opportunity for the other players at this position, including four players who redshirted in 2012. Redshirt freshmen JERRY NEUHEISEL (6-1, 192) from Los Angeles Loyola HS and T.J. MILLWEARD (6-3, 210) from Colleyville, TX and walkons MIKE FAFAUL (6-1, 201) from Fork Union Military Academy, and JAKE HALL (6-4, 198) from J. Serra HS in Orange County will each look to demonstrate a level of improvement to the coaches. Graduate student BRENDAN CROSS (6-2, 200), a transfer from Wake Forest, and incoming freshman ASIANTII WOULARD (6-3, 205), from Winter Park, FL HS, join the mix in August.

RECEIVER Redshirt senior SHAQUELLE EVANS (6-1, 204) hauled in 60 passes in 2012, the eighth-best total in school single-season annals. He started all 14 games and racked up a team-best 877 receiving yards (11th-best all-time at UCLA for a singleseason) and three touchdowns. He appeared in 13 games in 2011, made six starts, and ranked fourth on the team with 19 catches for 309 yards and a couple of touchdowns. Redshirt sophomore DEVIN LUCIEN (6-0, 195) impressed the coaches in the early going last season. He appeared in seven games and made 10 catches for 188 yards before being sidelined by injury. Sophomore DEVIN FULLER (5-11, 195) came on to help fill the opening left by Lucien and responded by catching 20 balls for 145 yards and a pair of touchdowns in 2012. He also returned nine kickoffs (18.6-yard average) and two punts (3.0-yard average). True sophomores JORDAN PAYTON (6-1, 212) and KENNETH WALKER (5-9, 171) each saw action in their first seasons in the program. Payton started four contests and caught 18 passes for 202 yards and a score. Walker played in 12 contests and totaled 11 catches for 87 yards. He returned seven kickoffs for 138 yards and a 19.7-yard average.

RUNNING BACK Several strong candidates will begin the process of helping fill the void at the running back position left by the graduation of all-time leading school rusher Johnathan Franklin, now a member of the Green Bay Packers. Redshirt junior JORDON JAMES (5-9, 194) saw action in all 14 games in 2012, making three starts. He carried the ball 61 times for 215 yards (fourth on team) and scored a pair of touchdowns. James also caught 28 balls (t-fifth on team) for 204 yards and a score. Speedy redshirt senior DAMIEN THIGPEN (5-8, 185) appeared in 10 games last season before being sidelined by injury. He rushed 50 times for 262 yards and a couple of touchdowns in 2012 and caught 18 passes for 211 yards and two scores. Thigpen emerged as one of the conference's best kickoff returners, posting a 26.9 yard average on 14 chances. Redshirt sophomore STEVEN MANFRO (5-9, 189) had eight carries for 70 yards and two touchdowns in his first season on the field in 2012. In addition, he caught 28 passes (t-fifth on the team) for 287 yards and a touchdown. Manfro also returned 15 punts for an 8.8-yard average and eight kickoffs for a 22.0-yard mark. True senior MALCOLM JONES (6-0, 224) returns to the program after a one-season absence. He did see action in last year's opener at Rice (three rush attempts for 10 yards), but then decided to leave the program. Jones had appeared in 12 games in 2011 as a reserve running back and on special teams. He carried 25 times for 103 yards on the year and scored his first career touchdown against Colorado. He was named to the first-team Pac-12 All-Academic football squad. In 2010, he saw action in 11 games off the bench while rushing for 200 yards. Redshirt sophomores MELVIN EMESIBE (5-9, 192), who carried the ball 16 times for 40 yards and a touchdown in his first year of game action and ROOSEVELT DAVIS (5-3, 155), who slides into the backfield from a receiver position, add depth to the position. Redshirt freshman PAUL PERKINS (5-10, 196), who was impressive during 2012 fall camp and as a scout team player, will look to move up in the rotation. Redshirt freshman RYAN DAVIS (5-7, 198) is also in the competition.

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RETURNERS WITH STARTING EXPERIENCE DEFENSE (career starts / 2012 starts) DL (52/26) - Seali'i Epenesa 10/10, Cassius Marsh 26/14, Keenan Graham 8/1, Owamagbe Odighizuwa 8/1 LB (53/40) - Anthony Barr 14/14, Ryan Hofmeister 2/2, Eric Kendricks 17/14, Stan McKay 3/1, Jordan Zumwalt 17/9 CB (0/0) - none S (10/5)- Randall Goforth 5/5, Dietrich Riley 5/0

OFFENSE (career starts / 2012 starts) OL (68/55) - Jake Brendel 14/14, Simon Goines 13/13, Xavier Su'a-Filo 27/14, Torian White 14/14 WR (24/18) - Shaq Evans 20/14, Jordan Payton 4/4 F receiver (3/3) - Devin Fuller 2/2, Kenneth Walker 1/1 Y receiver (1/1) - Darius Bell 1/1 RB (13/10) - Jordon James 6/3, Steven Manfro 4/4, Damien Thigpen 3/3 QB (14/14)-Brett Hundley 14/14

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2013 SEASON OUTLOOK • he has been with the program. In 2012, he started all 14 contests and was named first-team All-Pac-12 and selected to several All-America squads. In 2009, he became the first Bruin true freshman ever to start a season-opener on the offensive side of the ball and set a record for starts (13) by a freshman position player. He returned to UCLA last season after sitting out the 2010 and 2011 campaigns while on a church mission. Sophomore SIMON GOINES (6-6, 325) started 13 games at right tackle in 2012 to match Su'a-Filo's school record total by a frosh. Redshirt sophomore TORIAN WHITE (6-5, 290) started all 14 contests at left tackle. Each earned Freshman All-American recognition from media outlets. Redshirt sophomore JAKE BRENDEL (6-4, 285), a Rimington Award Watch List member, started all 14 games at center in 2012 and earned Freshman All-America status from several publications. Redshirt sophomore guards BEN WYSOCKI (6-4, 280) and KEVIN McREYNOLDS (6-2, 300) saw their first game action in 2012. Redshirt freshman CONOR McDERMOTT (6-8, 277) offers depth at the tackle positions along with redshirt freshman COLBY CYBURT (6-3, 265) who will look to make an impression during the fall. Redshirt freshman center CARL HULICK (6-2, 278) gained experience in his initial spring practice. One of the nation's most highly regarded freshman position groups joins the squad at offensive line, including --- guard CALEB BENENOCH (6-5, 320) from Seven Lakes HS in Katy, TX; tackle KENNY LACY (6-4, 290) from Mountain Pointe HS in Phoenix, AZ; guard JOHN LOPEZ (6-5, 325) from Orange Lutheran HS in Orange, CA; tackle POASI MOALA (6-4, 265) from Rancho Verde HS in Moreno Valley, CA; tackle CHRISTIAN MORRIS (6-6, 315) from Memphis, TN East HS; center SCOTT QUESSENBERRY (6-3, 288) from La Costa Canyon, CA HS; guard ALEX REDMOND (6-5, 305) from Los Alamitos, CA HS.

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DEFENSE UCLA returns five starters on this side of the ball, plus many talented youngsters who will compete at each level of the defense for significant playing time this season.

Redshirt sophomores TYLER SCOTT (6-2, 212) and LOGAN SWEET (6-0, 188) appeared on special teams and at receiver last season. Sweet was the only one to catch a pass, making two receptions for 47 yards and a touchdown. Redshirt freshmen AHMAAD HARRIS (5-4, 165), SAM HANDLER (5-10, 187), ZACH HERNANDEZ (6-0, 180) and NICK PASQUALE (5-7, 172) will look to see their first game action. Redshirt senior GRAYSON MAZZONE (5-8, 195), who sat out last season after transferring from East Carolina, is eligible to compete this fall. He is the son of offensive coordinator Noel Mazzone and the brother of quarterbacks coach Taylor Mazzone. True freshmen ELDRIDGE MASSINGTON (6-1, 206), who entered school in January 2013, joins DARREN ANDREWS (5-10, 180) from Bishop Amat HS and JALEN ORTIZ (5-9, 176) from Peoria, AZ Centennial HS, to complete the incoming group.

DEFENSIVE LINE Senior end CASSIUS MARSH (6-4, 260) started all 14 games in 2012 and put up career-best numbers in tackles (50), sacks (8.0) and tackles for loss (10.5). He has started 22 games over the course of the last two seasons. True senior end OWAMAGBE ODIGHIZUWA (6-3, 268) saw action in all 14 games in 2012 and made one start. He established career-highs in tackles (44), tackles for loss (6.0) and sacks (3.5). Senior SEALI'I EPENESA (6-1, 310) started 10 games in 2012 at the defensive tackle position and recorded 21 tackles. Redshirt senior end KEENAN GRAHAM (6-1, 255) appeared in 11 contests and recorded nine tackles and one sack last season. Redshirt junior end BRANDON WILLIS (6-1, 275) saw action as a reserve in six contests and recorded five tackles. Redshirt sophomore defensive end SAM TAI (62, 265), who enrolled at UCLA in January, 2011, will look to get back in action after missing the 2012 season due to injury. Sophomore tackle ELLIS McCARTHY (6-4, 330) appeared in nine games and was credited with 10 tackles and one sack. Redshirt freshman ELI ANKOU (6-3, 290) joined the program last season following the first game and worked on the scout team in practice at both end and tackle. Redshirt sophomore tackle BRANDON TULIAUPUPU (6-1, 286) saw action in five games and registered three stops last season. Sophomore IAN TAUBLER (6-4, 257) who saw action in his first season, both at Y receiver and on special teams, will move over to defensive end in year two. True freshman KYLIE FITTS (6-4, 270) participated in spring practice and showed plenty of promise at a defensive end position. True freshmen tackle KENNETH CLARK (6-2, 305), from Rialto, CA Carter HS and end EDDIE VANDERDOES (6-4, 305) from Auburn, CA Placer HS join the mix.

Y POSITION Redshirt senior DARIUS BELL (5-11, 210) switched over to receiver in 2012 and appeared in 10 games, with one start. He caught seven passes for 143 yards and a touchdown last season. Redshirt senior JORDAN BARRETT (6-2, 263) has seen action the past two seasons, primarily on special teams. Redshirt freshman DANIEL EATON (6-3, 194) and true frosh THOMAS DUARTE (6-3, 221) will also compete.

OFFENSIVE LINE The offensive line welcomes back four players who occupied starting positions last season -- center Jake Brendel, guard Xavier Su'a-Filo, tackle Simon Goines and tackle Torian White. Each received post-season honors for their play -- and will join an outstanding incoming class of recruits. Junior XAVIER SU'A-FILO (6-3, 305) has been in the starting lineup in each game

PERCENTAGE RETURNING Rushing Yards: 35% Passing Yards: 97% Receiving Yards: 62% Punt Return Yards: 96% Kickoff Return Yards: 97% Scoring: 60% Total Offense Yards: 71% All-Purpose Yards: 58%

Field Goals: 100% Punting Yards: 1% Tackles: 60% Tackles for Loss: 60% Sacks: 72% Interceptions: 27% Fumble Recoveries: 71%

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and racked up 21.5 tackles for loss (fourth-most in school single-season history and tied for fifth in the nation in 2012). His total of 83 tackles ranked second on the team. True senior inside linebacker JORDAN ZUMWALT (6-4, 235) saw action in 13 games and made nine starts in 2012. He ranked fourth on the team in tackles (71) and has recorded 131 tackles, 14.0 for loss, over the last two seasons. Redshirt senior inside linebacker STAN McKAY (6-0, 196) saw action in 14 games in 2012 and made 34 tackles, 3.0 tackles for loss, two interceptions and 3.0 sacks. Redshirt senior ISAIAH BOWENS (6-1, 225) has returned to health and will look to

Redshirt senior safety BRANDON SERMONS (5-11, 190) appeared in nine contests in 2012, mostly on special teams, and was credited with two tackles. Redshirt junior safety DIETRICH RILEY (6-0, 200) returns to the field this spring. He saw action in eight games (5 starts), in 2011. Riley had 36 tackles that season, but was sidelined by an injury in the Cal game and sat out the rest of the year. Redshirt junior safety LIBRADO BAROCIO (5-7, 170) appeared in five games in 2011 and will add depth after sitting out the 2012 season due to injury.

A LOOK BACK AT 2012 2012 PAC-12 STANDINGS

TEAM DEFENSE (National Rank)

South Division UCLA Arizona State USC Arizona Utah Colorado

Pac-12 6-3 5-4 5-4 4-5 3-6 1-8

Overall 9-5 8-5 7-6 8-5 5-7 1-11

North Division Oregon Stanford Oregon State Washington California Washington State

Pac-12 8-1 8-1 6-3 5-4 2-7 1-8

Overall 12-1 12-2 9-4 7-6 3-9 3-9

Yards Rushing/g: 165.36 (66th) Yards Passing/g: 250.57 (85th) Total Defense: 415.93 (76th) Scoring Defense: 27.57 (58th) Sacks: 3.21 (8th) Tackles For Loss: 7.00 (22nd) Turnover Margin: 0.50 (37th) INDIVIDUAL OFFENSE/DEFENSE (National Rank)

Yards Rushing/g: Johnathan Franklin 123.86 (9th) Passing Efficiency: Brett Hundley 147.67 (26th) Total Offense: Brett Hundley 292.50 (23rd) Receiving Yds/g: Shaquelle Evans 62.64 (92nd) Interceptions: Sheldon Price 0.31 (T39th) Punting: Jeff Locke 43.34 (20th) Field Goals: Ka'imi Fairbairn 1.14 (57th) Scoring: Ka'imi Fairbairn 7.43 (69th) All-Purpose Yards/g: Johnathan Franklin 147.29 (19th) Sacks: Anthony Barr 0.96 (8th) / Cassius Marsh 0.50 (T73rd) Tackles: Eric Kendricks 10.64 (11th) Tackles for Loss: Anthony Barr 1.54 (T12th)

Pac-12 Championship Game (at Stanford) Stanford 27, UCLA 24 2013 Non-Conference Opponents in 2012 Nevada - 7-6 overall; 4-4 in Mountain West Conf. (5th Place) Nebraska - 10-4 overall; 7-1 in Big Ten Conf. (1st in Legends Division) New Mexico State - 1-11 overall; 0-6 in WAC Conf. (7th Place) TEAM OFFENSE (National Rank)

Yards Rushing/g: 190.79 (37th) Yards Passing/g: 275.71 (34th) Total Offense: 466.50 (24th) Scoring Offense: 34.43 (31st) 2013 UCLA FOOTBALL

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Redshirt junior cornerback ANTHONY JEFFERSON (6-1, 185) played in eight contests as a reserve in the secondary and on special teams, and was credited with five tackles. Sophomore safety RANDALL GOFORTH (5-10, 190) appeared in all 14 games and made five starts in his true freshman season. He tallied 40 tackles, one tackle for loss, and an interception. True sophomore cornerback MARCUS RIOS (5-11, 180) was on board for last season's spring practices. He then saw action in nine games in 2012 and made three tackles, while playing as a reserve in the secondary and on special teams. Fellow sophomore corner FABIAN MOREAU (6-0, 193) appeared in 11 games on special teams and as a reserve in the secondary and totaled five tackles. Redshirt freshman cornerback ISHMAEL ADAMS (5-8, 190) saw action in the early going in 2012 before an injury sent him to the sidelines for the balance of the season. Redshirt freshman JUSTIN COMBS (5-7, 170) and walk-on redshirt sophomore ERICK ZUMWALT (5-10, 172) add depth to the cornerback position. A strong group of true freshmen defensive backs, including safety TYLER FOREMAN (6-2, 198) from Encino, CA Crespi HS; safety TAHAAN GOODMAN (6-2, 189) from Rancho Cucamonga, CA HS; cornerback JOHN JOHNSON (5-9, 181) from Fresno, CA Central East HS; cornerback PRIEST WILLIS (6-2, 185) from Tempe, AZ Marcus de Niza HS join the team this fall.

Sophomore KA'IMI FAIRBAIRN (5-11, 185) connected on 14 of his 15 field goal attempts from 35-yards and in and converted 11 in a row from that range to end the 2012 season. Redshirt freshman placekicker MITCH JOHNSON (6-0, 193) returns as well. Redshirt sophomores CHRISTOPHER LONGO (6-3, 208) and PETER HAJIMIHALIS (5-6, 190) and incoming freshman REED BUCE (6-2, 240) are among the candidates to take over the long-snapping duties. Freshman SEAN COVINGTON (6-2, 195) from St. Petersburg, FL HS will look to take over for punter Jeff Locke who helped the Bruins rank 13th in the nation in net punting in 2012 (39.94). He will also compete to handle the kickoff duties. The fall practices will be used to take a closer look at the candidates for kick returns. Last season, Steven Manfro returned 15 punts for 132 yards and a 8.8-yard average. Shaq Evans had eight returns for 85 yards (10.6 avg.) and Randall Goforth returned three punts for 48 yards and a 16.0 mark. Devin Fuller, who had two punt returns for six yards, returned nine kickoffs for 167 yards (18.6 avg.). Manfro brought back eight kickoffs for 176 yards (22.0 avg.).

SINGLE-SEASON CHART CLIMBERS PASSING 1. 2. 3. 4.

FIELD GOALS

(1937-Pres.) Year 2012 2005 2008 1988

(based on completions)

Brett Hundley Drew Olson Kevin Craft Troy Aikman

Att 478 378 417 354

PASSING YARDAGE 1. 2. 3. 4.

TOTAL OFFENSE 1. 2. 3. 4.

Att 478 357 378 312

Pct .665 .640 .556 .644

TD 29 34 7 24

Cl Fr.R Sr. Jr. Sr.

1. 2.

Comp 318 207 242 189

Yds 3,740 3,470 3,198 3,116

Pct .665 .580 .640 .606

TD 29 25 34 24

Plays 638 432 428 391

Cl Fr.R Sr. Sr. Jr.

Pass 3,740 3,470 3,198 3,116

Tot Yds 4,095 3,652 3,150 3,142

Cl Fr.R Sr. Sr. Jr.

--9. 11.

PAC-12 TOTAL OFFENSE 1. 2. 3. 3. 5. 6.

Cody Pickett, UW Nick Foles, UA Brock Osweiler, ASU Matt Scott, UA Brett Hundley, UCLA Derek Anderson, OSU

RECEPTIONS 1. 2. 3.

6. 7. 8.

J.J. Stokes Freddie Mitchell Craig Bragg Kevin Jordan Sean LaChapelle Mike Farr Nelson Rosario Shaquelle Evans

Year 2002 2011 2011 2012 2012 2003

RECEIVING YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. --10. 11.

1. 2. 3. 4.

No. 82 77 73 73 73 66 64 60

Yds 1,181 1,494 1,065 1,228 1,056 700 1,161 877

Avg 14.4 19.4 14.6 16.8 14.5 10.6 18.1 14.6

TD 17 9 5 7 11 0 5 3

Cl Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr.

Year 1984 2009 2006

FGA 36 31 32

FGM 32 28 28

Pct .889 .903 .875

Cl Jr. Jr. Sr.

2008 1988 2012 1986 1983

22 19 22 21 20

19 17 16 16 16

.864 .895 .727 .762 .800

So. Jr. Fr. Sr. So.

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Skip Hicks Maurice Jones-Drew Skip Hicks

Year 1997 2005 1996

TD 26 20 20

PAT 0 0 0

FG 0 0 0

Pts 156 120 120

Cl Sr. Jr. Jr.

Kai Forbath John Lee Ka'imi Fairbairn Chris Sailer

2007 1985 2012 1998

0 0 0 0

30 39 56 62

25 22 16 14

105 105 104 104

Fr.R Sr. Fr. Sr.

SACKS

Tot Yds 4,273 4,226 4,126 4,126 4,095 3,993

(1938-Pres.) Year 1993 2000 2003 1994 1991 1988 2011 2012

John Lee Kai Forbath Justin Medlock

SCORING 1. 2.

Rush 355 182 -48 26

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--9. Kai Forbath 10. Alfredo Velasco 11. Ka'imi Fairbairn David Franey John Lee

(1937-Pres.)

Year 2012 1998 2005 1997

Brett Hundley Cade McNown Drew Olson Cade McNown

Yds 3,740 3,198 2,341 2,771

(1937-Pres.)

Year 2012 1998 2005 1997

Brett Hundley Cade McNown Drew Olson Cade McNown

Comp 318 242 232 228

(1975-Pres.) Year 2003 2012 1987 2006 2006 1994 1993

Dave Ball Anthony Barr Carnell Lake Bruce Davis Justin Hickman Donnie Edwards Jamir Miller

TACKLES FOR LOSS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Robert Thomas Brian Price Marvcus Patton Anthony Barr Donnie Edwards

TACKLES

(1938-Pres.)

Freddie Mitchell Danny Farmer Kevin Jordan J.J. Stokes

Year 2000 1998 1994 1993

No. 77 58 73 82

Yds 1,494 1,274 1,228 1,181

Avg 19.4 22.0 16.8 14.4

TD 9 9 7 17

Cl Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

Craig Bragg Shaquelle Evans

2002 2012

55 60

889 877

16.2 14.6

8 3

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Cl Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr.

(1975-Pres.)

Year 2001 2009 1989 2012 1994

No. 26.0 23.5 22.0 21.5 21.0

Cl Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr.

Year 1978 1976 2012 1977

No. 161 159 150 147

Cl Sr. So. So. Jr.

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Jerry Robinson Jerry Robinson Eric Kendricks Jerry Robinson

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CAREER CHART CLIMBERS PASSING (based on completions) 1. Cade McNown 2. Drew Olson 3. Tom Ramsey 4. Cory Paus 5. Troy Aikman 6. Tommy Maddox 7. Wayne Cook 8. Kevin Prince 9. Brett Hundley

RECEIVING YARDS Years 1995-98 2002-05 1979-82 1999-02 1987-88 1990-91 1991-94 2009-12 2011-

Att 1,250 1,148 751 816 627 670 612 630 478

Comp 694 664 441 439 406 391 352 343 318

TD Yds 68 10,708 67 8,532 50 6,168 42 6,877 41 5,298 33 5,363 34 4,723 23 4,277 29 3,740

Pct .555 .578 .587 .538 .648 .584 .575 .544 .665

Years 1995-98 2002-05 1999-02 1979-82 1990-91 1987-88 1991-94 1969-70 2009-12 1965-67 2011-

Att 1,250 1,148 816 751 670 627 612 552 630 465 478

Comp 694 664 439 441 391 406 352 289 343 243 318

TD Yds 68 10,708 67 8,532 42 6,877 50 6,168 33 5,363 41 5,298 34 4,723 29 4,356 23 4,277 23 4,087 29 3,740

Pct .555 .578 .538 .587 .584 .648 .575 .524 .544 .522 .665

1. Danny Farmer 2. Craig Bragg 3. Kevin Jordan 4. J.J. Stokes 5. Nelson Rosario --19. Brandon Breazell 20. Mike Farr Other: Shaq Evans

TACKLES

PASSING YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Cade McNown Drew Olson Cory Paus Tom Ramsey Tommy Maddox Troy Aikman Wayne Cook Dennis Dummit Kevin Prince Gary Beban Brett Hundley

1. 2. 3. --19. 20.

Cade McNown Drew Olson Cory Paus Tom Ramsey Tommy Maddox Gary Beban Troy Aikman Kevin Prince Wayne Cook John Sciarra Dennis Dummit Brett Hundley

Years 1995-98 2002-05 1999-02 1979-82 1990-91 1965-67 1987-88 2009-12 1991-94 1972-75 1969-70 2011-

Pass 10,708 8,532 6,877 6,168 5,363 4,087 5,298 4,277 4,723 2,651 4,356 3,740

Yds 3,020 2,845 2,548 2,469 2,362

Avg 18.99 14.74 14.23 16.03 16.18

TD 19 19 12 28 8

2004-07 1986-89 2011-

98 124 79

1,511 1,497 1,139

15.42 12.07 15.0

12 2 5

(1975-Pres.)

Jerry Robinson Don Rogers Spencer Havner

TACKLES FOR LOSS 1. 2. 3. --18. 19.

Plays 1,563 1,347 960 1,055 837 937 784 867 746 670 726 638

Rush 577 -208 -427 87 119 1,271 -4 724 -185 1,813 -59 355

Yds 11,285 8,324 6,450 6,255 5,482 5,358 5,294 5,001 4,538 4,464 4,297 4,095

Years 2001-04 1992-95 1996-99 1991-94 2008-11

No. 193 179 159 154 146

Yds 2,845 2,548 3,020 2,469 2,362

Avg 14.74 14.23 18.99 16.03 16.18

TD 19 12 19 28 8

1979-82 2004-07 2011-

100 98 79

1,773 1,511 1,186

17.73 15.42 15.0

20 12 5

Carnell Lake Brian Price Dave Ball

Eric Smith Justin Hickman Mark Walen Frank Stephens Reggie Carter Other: Anthony Barr

QB SACKS 1. 2. 3. --10. 11. 12.

RECEPTIONS 1. Craig Bragg 2. Kevin Jordan 3. Danny Farmer 4. J.J. Stokes 5. Nelson Rosario --19. Jojo Townsell 20. Brandon Breazell Other:Shaq Evans

No. 159 193 179 154 146

Alterraun Verner Reggie Carter Tom Sullivan Other: Eric Kendricks

TOTAL OFFENSE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Years 1996-99 2001-04 1992-95 1991-94 2008-11

Dave Ball Bruce Davis Eric Smith

Justin Hickman Frank Stephens Neal Dellocono Karl Morgan Martin Moss Manu Tuiasosopo Other: Anthony Barr

Years 1975-78 1980-83 2002-05

Tackles 468 405 402

2006-09 2006-09 1979-82 2010-

279 272 272 226

(1975-Pres.) Years 1985-88 2007-09 2000-03

No. 45.5 44.5 43.5

1984-86, 88 2004-06 1982-85 1975-77 2006-09 2010-

31.5 31.0 31.0 31.0 31.0 21.5

Years 2000-03 2004-07 1984-86, 88

No. 30.5 29.0 26.5

2004-06 1975-77 1981-84 1979-82 1978-81 1975-78 2010-

19.5 19.0 17.0 17.0 17.0 17.0 13.5

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JIM MORA Head Coach 2nd Season Washington '84 On December 10, 2011, former Atlanta Falcons and Seattle Seahawks head coach Jim Mora was named UCLA's 17th head coach in school history. In his first year, Mora guided the Bruins to the 2012 South Division Championship of the Pac-12 Conference and matched the school-record for wins by a first-year coach, with nine. The Bruins, who played in the Holiday Bowl, set numerous offensive records during the course of the 2012 season, including establishing a new school rushing leader, in Johnathan Franklin, and several passing marks achieved by Brett Hundley. On defense, Anthony Barr emerged as one of the most dynamic performers in the country in his first season as a linebacker and led the nation in sacks for a good portion of the year. Eric Kendricks led the conference in tackles, ranking 11th in the country. Four players were selected in the 2013 NFL Draft, including defensive end Datone Jones in the first round by the Green Bay Packers. Mora, a former NFC Coach of the Year, came to UCLA after spending part of 2010 and most of 2011 as an analyst and contributor for the NFL Network and the NFL on FOX. He brought 25 years of NFL coaching acumen with him to UCLA, including four years of NFL head coaching experience while at the helm of the Atlanta Falcons (2004-06) and the Seattle Seahawks (2009). Mora took over for Mike Holmgren as head coach of the Seahawks in 2009. He had served as assistant head coach and defensive backs coach for Seattle in the 2007 and 2008 campaigns. The Seahawks went 10-6 and finished first in the NFC West in the 2007 season and won the Wild Card game in the playoffs. In his initial season as the head coach of Atlanta in 2004, Mora directed the team to an 11-5 record, becoming just the eighth rookie head coach in NFL history to win 11 games and the 11th to bring home a Division title. The Falcons captured the NFC South title and earned an appearance in the NFC Championship Game for only the second time in franchise history. Mora was selected as the NFC Coach of the Year. The Falcon's defense improved from a league ranking of 32nd in 2003 to No. 14 overall the next season, fueled by a league-leading and franchise record 48 quarterback sacks. Atlanta topped the NFL in rushing in all three of Mora's seasons as head coach. In 2006, Michael Vick became the first quarterback in NFL history to rush for at least 1,000 yards in a season. Mora had joined the Falcons following a seven-season stint with the San Francisco 49ers (1997-2003). He spent his last five seasons in San Francisco as the defensive coordinator. In his first year, the 49ers finished No. 1 in the NFL in total defense, No. 2 in pass defense (25 interceptions), takeaways (41) and run defense, as well as finishing No. 3 in the League in sacks (54). The 1998 squad tied for No. 1 in the NFC, and No. 4 in the NFL in interceptions, with 21. In the 2002 and 2003 seasons with San Francisco, the defense finished no lower than fourth in the NFL versus the run and in 2003, produced 42 sacks, to tie for second in the conference. The 1997 team advanced to the NFC Championship Game and had three defensive players voted to the Pro Bowl, while the 1998 and 2002 squads captured Wild Card Game wins. From 1992-1996, Mora worked on the staff of his dad, Jim E. Mora, as the secondary coach with the New Orleans Saints. His defensive expertise began to take shape and the Saints boasted the No. 1 pass defense in the NFL during his first two years. In 1985, Mora broke into the NFL coaching ranks with the San Diego Chargers, under head coach Don Coryell. He spent seven seasons with the Chargers, advancing from the league's first quality control coaching position to defensive backs coach, while working for head coaches Coryell, Al Saunders and Dan Henning. NFL Pro Bowlers who have played under coach Mora over the years include -- Julian Peterson, LB-Seattle and San Francisco; Marcus Trufant, DB-Seattle; Allen Rossum, DB-Atlanta; Patrick Kerney, DL-Atlanta; Roderick Coleman, DL-Atlanta; Keith Brooking, LB-Atlanta; DeAngelo Hall, DB-Atlanta; Michael Vick, QB-Atlanta; Alge Crumpler, TE-Atlanta; Warrick Dunn, RB-Atlanta; Bryant Young, DL-San Francisco; Lance Schulters, DB-San Francisco; Merton Hanks, DB-San Francisco; Eric Allen, DB-New Orleans; Tyrone Hughes, DB-New Orleans; Gill Byrd, DB-San Diego. Mora began his coaching career, in 1984, at the University of Washington. He joined the staff of head coach Don James, in the role of defensive assistant, following a 2013 UCLA FOOTBALL

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four-year playing career as a defensive back for the Huskies. While at UW, Mora had the opportunity to be a part of two Rose Bowl teams as a player (1981-loss to Michigan; 1982-win over Iowa), and helped the Huskies land a berth in the 1985 Orange Bowl (win over Oklahoma) as a graduate assistant coach. During his five seasons in the Husky program, Washington compiled a 48-12 record, ranked among the nation's Top 10 teams on three occasions, and did not finish lower than second in the Pac-10 standings. Outside of his role as a coach and then, broadcaster, Mora and his wife, Shannon, founded the Jim Mora Count on Me Foundation in 2005, which strives to support children in need by affording them the opportunity to realize their potential and dreams, help create more stability in their lives, support advocacy for children, and support channels that allow children to have a voice. Mora and his wife have four children - Cole, Lillia, Ryder and Trey.

COACHING EXPERIENCE 2012-Pres.......................................................................... UCLA Head Coach 2009......................................................... SEATTLE SEAHAWKS Head Coach 2007-08 .................................... SEATTLE SEAHAWKS Defensive Coordinator 2004-06 ......................................................ATLANTA FALCONS Head Coach 1999-2003 ............................SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS Defensive Coordinator 1997-98 .................................................SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS Secondary 1992-96 .................................................. NEW ORLEANS SAINTS Secondary 1989-91 .................................................. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS Secondary 1985-88 .............................SAN DIEGO CHARGERS Defensive Quality Control 1984.................................UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON Graduate Assistant MEDIA GUIDE

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ADRIAN KLEMM

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2nd Season Washington State '90

2nd Season Hawai'i/Excelsior College '08

Former Washington State University star and NFL player Steve Broussard joined the staff at UCLA in December of 2011 after serving two seasons as wide receivers coach for Arizona State. In his first season with the Bruins, Broussard directed a running back group headed by senior Johnathan Franklin, who set new school season (1,734 yards) and career (4,403) rushing marks on his way to earning All-America honors. Franklin, a finalist for the Doak Walker Award, also set a school record with nine 100-yard rushing games in 2012 and established new marks for both career (4,925) and season (2,062) all-purpose yardage. He went on to be selected by the Green Bay Packers in the 2013 NFL Draft. In 2011, ASU ranked 10th in the nation in passing offense (316.7 yds/g) and receiver Gerell Robinson ranked ninth in the nation with 107. 5 receiving yards per game. During the 2010 season, Broussard's receiving corps ranked 15th in the nation (286.4) and totaled 279 receptions for 3,437 yards and 23 touchdowns. From 2007-2009, Broussard served as the running backs and special teams coach at his alma mater, Washington State University. Prior to that, he coached running backs and wide receivers at Portland State University from 2004 to 2006. During the 2004 season, the Vikings led the Big Sky conference in rushing, averaging 204.4 yards per game. Previously, he served as the offensive coordinator for Diamond Ranch High School in 2001, before being named head coach in 2002. He began his coaching career in 2000 as the offensive coordinator at Don Lugo High in Chino, Calif. Broussard was a standout player at both the college and professional levels. He was selected with the 20th pick in the first round of the 1990 NFL Draft by the Atlanta Falcons after a brilliant career at WSU. Broussard rushed for 1,472 yards, caught 48 passes and scored 12 touchdowns in four years with Atlanta. In his rookie year, he rushed for 454 yards and scored four touchdowns. Broussard joined the Cincinnati Bengals in 1994 and rushed for 403 yards and caught 43 passes. In 1995, Broussard became a Seahawk and played his final four NFL seasons in Seattle. He put together his best year with the Seahawks in 1997, when he gained 418 yards and caught 24 passes. Spending a total of nine years in the NFL, Broussard finished his career with 578 rushing attempts, 2,625 rushing yards, 126 receptions for 882 receiving yards and 22 combined rushing and receiving touchdowns. As a collegiate performer at Washington State, Broussard was named to the Pacific-10 Conference's second-team as a running back after his sophomore season in which he led the Cougars in receiving with 59 catches for 701 yards with three touchdowns. During his junior year, he rushed for 1,280 yards, which ranked seventh nationally and first in the Pac-10. Broussard was only the second player in conference history to lead the league in receiving one year and rushing the next. Ranking first in the Pac-10 for all-purpose running his senior year, Broussard averaged 162.7 yards per game. He finished second in rushing with 1,237 yards, just 32 yards behind the leader. Broussard completed his college career ranked third on the WSU all-time singleseason list with 3,054 yards. He finished fifth in receiving with 120 receptions. Broussard ranked seventh on the Pac-10 list with 4,635 all-purpose yards. He attended Manual Arts High School in Los Angeles.

Former NFL offensive lineman and three-time Super Bowl winner Adrian Klemm joined the Bruin staff in December 2011 after coaching four seasons at SMU, and has quickly established himself as one of the top recruiters in the nation. In just a few short weeks in Westwood, he helped the Bruins bring in one of the nation's top classes for 2012 and was named the Pac-12 Recruiter of the Year by 24/7 Sports. He followed it up by bringing in one of the nation's top O-line groups in 2013 and was tabbed by Rivals.com as one of the nation's Top 25 recruiters. In his first season on the field with the Bruins, his offensive linemen helped pave the way for record-setting running back Johnathan Franklin. New school rushing records were established in 2012 for most rushing yards by a back in a season, most rushing yards by a back in a career, most all-purpose yards in a season, most all-purpose yards in a career and most 100-yard rushing games in a season. Senior guard Jeff Baca was selected in the 2013 NFL Draft. Sophomore offensive guard Xavier Su'a-Filo earned first-team all-conference honors and second and third-team All-America acclaim from several publications. In addition, center Jake Brendel, tackle Torian White and tackle Simon Goines were recognized on Freshman All-America teams. A four-year starter as a player at the University of Hawai'i, Klemm began volunteering with the SMU program in 2008 after spending seven seasons in the NFL and winning Super Bowls (XXXVI, XXXVII, XXXIX) as a member of the New England Patriots.He made an immediate impact at SMU, quickly emerging as one of the nation's top recruiters and helping coach June Jones produce his first 1,000-yard rusher. In 2011, SMU featured the nation's seventh-leading rusher in Zach Line (122.4 yards per game). Two Mustang offensive linemen went on to be selected in the 2012 NFL Draft - Josh LeRibeus in the third round by the Redskins; Kelvin Beachum, in the seventh round by the Steelers. On the field in 2010, Klemm tutored a young SMU line and guided Beachum to first-team All-Conference USA honors. He also led J.T. Brooks and Blake McJunkin to honorable mention all-conference accolades. His line helped the SMU offense set school records in total offense, passing yards, passing touchdowns and first downs among others. Line finished the season with 1,494 rushing yards, the second-best single-season total in school history, trailing only Eric Dickerson's 1982 effort. Following the 2010 season, Klemm was named the top non-BCS AQ Recruiter in the nation by Rivals.com, and was further recognized by the outlet as one of the Top 25 recruiters in the country. Other services took note as well, as FoxSports/Scout. com named him the Conference USA Recruiter of the Year. Following this success, Klemm was named SMU's Recruiting Coordinator in the summer of 2011. In 2009, Klemm helped Beachum earn second-team all-conference honors. The line blocked for an offense that passed for a then-school record total of 3,666 yards and produced the first collegiate 1,000-yard rusher under coach Jones. After a standout playing career at Hawai'i, Klemm was the 46th overall selection in the 2000 NFL Draft. He played under Jones during his senior season (1999), and was a part of the biggest turnaround in NCAA history, as Hawai'i improved from 0-12 to 9-4 and won a bowl game that season. Klemm was selected as a starting left tackle at the Senior Bowl and also received invitations to the Hula Bowl and the East-West Shrine Game. He attended Saint Monica HS in Santa Monica, CA.

RECRUITING RESPONSIBILITIES — Long Beach, Inland Empire, Riverside County, Washington and Idaho. PERSONAL — Education: Bachelor's from Washington State, 1990; At UCLA: Second year (joined the staff in December of 2011); Born: Feb. 22, 1967; Family: chilldren-Talin, Steve, Jr., Kendra.

RECRUITING RESPONSIBILITIES — Los Angeles, South Bay, Dallas and Atlanta. PERSONAL — Education: Attended the University of Hawai'i and earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Liberal Arts from Excelsior College; ('08); At UCLA: Second year (joined the staff in December of 2011); Born: May 21, 1977 in Los Angeles, CA.

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DEMETRICE MARTIN

NOEL MAZZONE

Secondary/Pass Game Coord.

Offensive Coordinator

2nd Season Michigan State/Excelsior '06

2nd Season New Mexico '80

Demetrice Martin was named to Coach Mora's staff in December of 2011. He left a position as the secondary/cornerbacks coach at the University of Washington to join the Bruins and soon had a large impact in the area of recruiting. Martin mentored a veteran group in his first season on the field with the Bruins. Senior cornerback Sheldon Price matched a school record with three interceptions in the Houston win. Andrew Abbott, along with Price, ranked among the Pac-12 leaders with four inteceptions in 2012.Tevin McDonald was listed with the conference leaders in passes defensed. Martin had been on the University of Washington staff for three seasons prior to coming to UCLA.The 2010 Husky secondary finished second in the Pac-10 in pass defense. In 2006 and 2007, he was a defensive graduate assistant at USC, working with the Trojan secondary. Prior to joining the USC staff, Martin spent three seasons (2003-05) as the pass defense coordinator and secondary coach at Mt. San Antonio College (Mt. SAC) in Walnut, CA. The Mounties played in the National Bowl in 2003 and 2004. He was also the secondary coach at Pasadena City College in 2001 and 2002. The Lancers went 18-4 during that period, winning the Mission Conference title both seasons and appearing in two bowl games. He began his career in coaching at Monrovia (Calif.) High (1999-2000). A product of Pasadena (Calif.) Muir High School, Martin went to Michigan State, where he played wide receiver and cornerback from 1992 to 1995, earning firstteam All-Big Ten honors in 1994 when he led the conference with seven interceptions. He had 10 interceptions in his career and the Spartans went on to play in the Liberty (1993) and Independence (1995) bowl games. Martin played professionally as a cornerback for the Scottish Claymores in NFL Europe (1997) and for the Houston Thunderbears (1998-99) in the Arena Football League. He signed as a free agent with the St. Louis Rams in the NFL and spent time on the practice squad. RECRUITING RESPONSIBILITIES — Inland Empire, San Gabriel Valley, San Bernardino County, Houston. PERSONAL — Education: Attended Michigan State and earned his Bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts from Excelsior College, 2006; At UCLA: Second year (named to staff in December 2011); Born: February 23, 1973; Family: Wife, Tiffany, and one son, Cole; one daughter, Kori.

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Noel Mazzone (pronounced Muh-ZONE-ee) joined the Bruin staff in January of 2012 after working as the offensive coordinator at Arizona State in the 2010 and 2011 seasons. His impressive coaching resume includes time as an assistant coach in the NFL and as an offensive coordinator in the Atlantic Coast Conference, the Big Ten Conference, the SEC and the Pac-12. Mazzone's first season on the field with the Bruins turned into a record-setting campaign. Senior running back Johnathan Franklin established new school marks for career rushing yards (4,403 yards), career all-purpose yards (4,925), single-season rushing yards (1,734), single-season 100-yard rushing games(9) and single-season all-purpose yards (2,062). He was selected in the 2013 NFL Draft by the Green Bay Packers. Also in 2012, redshirt freshman quarterback Brett Hundley set records for singleseason passing yards (3,740), single-season completions (318) and single-season total offense yards (4,095-fifth on the all-time Pac-12 list). In addition, Hundley became the first UCLA quarterback to throw for over 300 yards in three straight games. Team records were also achieved for most yards in a season (6,531), most points scored in a season (482), most passing yards gained in a season (3,860), most first downs in a season (331) and most points scored in a quarter (30). In 2011, the Sun Devils' offense ranked 25th in the nation, averaging 445.8 yards per game. It was ranked 10th in passing offense (316.7 yards per game) and 28th in scoring offense (33.2 points). ASU quarterback Brock Osweiler ranked 11th in the NCAA in total offense (317.4) and his 4,126 yards ranked third on the all-time Pac-12 list. Running back Cameron Marshall recorded 18 rushing touchdowns and ranked seventh in the Pac-12 with an 80.8 rushing yards per game mark. In 2010, Arizona State was listed No. 15 nationally in passing offense and No. 29 in total offense. In addition, ASU rushed for 19 touchdowns in 2010 after totaling 14 in all of 2009. Marshall had nine TD runs in 2010, the most by an ASU runner since Delvon Flowers had 11 in 2001. Mazzone came to Arizona State from the NFL after having served as wide receivers coach of the New York Jets from 2006-2008 and working as a personnel consultant for the franchise in 2009. There, he coached wideouts Jericho Cotchery and Laveranues Coles, who set a Jets record for combined yardage and receptions. Before his time in the professional ranks, Mazzone coached in college football for more than two decades. He tutored quarterbacks, running backs, receivers and tight ends, while also serving as offensive coordinator at three schools (Ole Miss, Auburn and North Carolina State). In 2005, Mazzone enjoyed a second stint at the University of Mississippi as the offensive coordinator. From 2003-04, he was the offensive coordinator and tight ends coach at North Carolina State. While at NC State, he coached All-American quarterback Philip Rivers (currently quarterback with the San Diego Chargers), who went on to become the fourth overall pick in the 2004 NFL Draft, and Cotchery, a wide receiver. The Wolfpack offense led the Atlantic Coast Conference in six offensive categories and topped the NCAA in pass efficiency. It ranked third in the NCAA in passing offense and was No. 8 in scoring offense. In 2002, he was on Dennis Erickson's Oregon State staff as the running backs and special teams coach. While with the Beavers, he coached Steven Jackson, who went on to become an All-Pro running back. Mazzone worked as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach from 19992001 on Tommy Tuberville's staff at Auburn. He recruited and coached the 2000 SEC Player of the Year, Rudi Johnson, a future Pro Bowler with the Cincinnati Bengals. He also tutored All-SEC quarterback Ben Leard, who set an NCAA record in pass efficiency, NFL quarterback Jason Campbell, and NFL running backs Carnell Williams and Ronnie Brown. Auburn won the SEC West Championship under his watch (2000-01) and set the Citrus Bowl passing record. From 1994-98, he was on Tuberville's staff at Mississippi as the offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach. Ole Miss won the 1997 Motor City Bowl and produced the school's first 1,000-yard rusher since 1950, Deuce McAllister, who would later star in the NFL for the New Orleans Saints. Mazzone also coached quarterback MEDIA GUIDE

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NOEL MAZZONE CONT. Stu Patridge, who set an NCAA record in passing efficiency and a school record with 200 straight pass attempts without an interception. Mazzone was the quarterbacks coach at the University of Minnesota from 1992-94 and at TCU from 1987-91. At Texas Christian, he coached quarterback Matt Vogler who set a then NCAA single-game passing record with 690 yards, completing 44 passes, in a 1990 game against Houston. The first stop on Mazzone's coaching journey was a five-year stint at Colorado State working with the quarterbacks and receivers. He mentored quarterback Kelly Stouffer, who was the sixth overall selection in the 1986 NFL Draft by the Seattle Seahawks. Mazzone began his coaching career, in 1980-81, as a graduate assistant at the University of New Mexico. He was an assistant coach at Boulder High School in Boulder, Colorado, in 1981. A native of Raton, N.M., Mazzone graduated from the University of New Mexico in 1980. He also played quarterback for the Lobos, leading the team in passing in 1976 and 1977. RECRUITING RESPONSIBILITIES — Arizona, Southern Nevada and New Mexico. PERSONAL — Education: Bachelor's from New Mexico, 1980; At UCLA: Second year (joined the staff in January of 2012); Born: March 21, 1957; Family: has one daughter and two sons, UCLA quarterbacks coach, Taylor; UCLA receiver, Grayson.

TAYLOR MAZZZONE Quarterbacks 1st Season East Carolina '09 Taylor, the son of offensive coordinator Noel Mazzone (pronounced Muh-ZONE-ee), was promoted to quarterbacks coach in January of 2013. In the 2012 season, he was a graduate assistant coach for special teams at UCLA. He had been on the coaching staff at Arizona State University prior to coming to Westwood. He joined the ASU staff in February of 2010, serving as a quality control coach. In 2011, he became an offensive assistant and the Sun Devil offense ranked 25th in the nation (445.8 yds/g) and 10th in passing offense (316.7 yds/g). Quarterback Brock Osweiler (Denver's 2nd round selection in the 2012 NFL Draft) ranked 11th in the NCAA in total offense (317.4). In 2010, Arizona State was listed as the No. 15 pass offense in the nation and the No. 29 total offense in the country. Mazzone has also worked with college quarterbacks training for the jump to the NFL, such as Tim Tebow, Christian Ponder, Robert Griffin III and Osweiler. Taylor attended both Ole Miss and East Carolina University where he was a member of the football teams. He spent one season at Mississippi (2005) and then transferred to East Carolina where he played quarterback and on special teams under head coach Skip Holtz. The Pirates went on to play in four bowl games and capture two Conference USA championships. His ECU teams racked up 33 wins as a class. In high school, Mazzone played football, basketball, baseball and ran track. In 2005, he graduated, with honors, from Cardinal Gibbons High School in Raleigh, North Carolina. His brother, Grayson, is a receiver on the UCLA team. RECRUITING RESPONSIBILITIES — Orange County, Antelope Valley, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, Montana. PERSONAL — Education: Bachelor's in Construction Management, minor in Business, from East Carolina in 2009; At UCLA: Second year on staff (joined staff in March of 2012 as graduate asst.; named quarterbacks coach in January of 2013); Born: June 1, 1987 in Ft. Worth, TX.

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McCLURE CONT. A graduate of Sacramento State, McClure played football there from 1987-91 and later served as a member of the faculty (1997-2004). He was on the 1988 Hornet team that advanced to the NCAA Division II championship semifinals with an offense which averaged 486.0 yards per game. He began his coaching career at McClatchy High in Sacramento as assistant head coach and defensive coordinator from 199295 while also coaching the offensive line and tight ends.

Defensive Line/Recruiting Coord. 7th Season (2nd w/Def. Line) Sacramento State '03 Angus McClure just completed his 20th year coaching football and his sixth on the Bruin staff. In 2012, he worked with the defensive line, having previously coached tight ends, offensive line and special teams since arriving in Westwood in 2007. Angus continues in his role as the Recruiting Coordinator. Over the past six years, McClure has led the recruiting effort which has resulted in Bruin classes being ranked among the nation's top 20 in each year. Several of McClure's defensive linemen enjoyed career seasons in 2012 and helped the Bruins rank among the nation's best in sacks while advancing to the Conference Championship game for a second straight season. Senior end Datone Jones finished fifth on the team with 62 tackles, 19.0 tackles for loss, 6.5 sacks and went on to enjoy a standout performance at the Senior Bowl. He was selected in the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft by the Green Bay Packers. Cassius Marsh registered 50 tackles, 10.5 tackles for loss and 8.0 sacks. Owamagbe Odighizuwa totaled 44 tackles, 6.0 tackles for loss and 3.5 sacks. In 2011, UCLA led the South Division of the Pac-12 in rushing and played in the inaugural Pac-12 Championship Game. As a Bruin coach, McClure has tutored many current NFL players: Logan Paulsen (Redskins), Matt Slater (Patriots), Mike Harris (Chargers), Nate Chandler (Panthers), Cory Harkey (Rams), Kai Forbath (Redskins) and Christian Yount (Browns). McClure came to UCLA after serving as the offensive line/run game coordinator on Turner Gill's staff at the University of Buffalo in 2006. Buffalo scored more points (201) in conference games than any other team in the Mid-American Conference East Division. Running back James Starks (starter for 2011 Packers' Super Bowl Championship team) earned second-team All-MAC honors and was an honorable mention Freshman All-American. Offensive lineman Jamie Richard was drafted and became a starter for the Indianapolis Colts. McClure spent the 2004 and 2005 seasons as an assistant on Bill Callahan's staff at Nebraska. He assisted with the offensive line, coaching tackles, as well as working with the special teams. Nebraska defeated Michigan in the 2005 Alamo Bowl. As a Husker coach, McClure tutored a number of NFL-bound players: Matt Slauson (Jets), Lydon Murtha (Dolphins), Chris Patrick (Giants) and Sam Koch (Ravens). Prior to his stint at Nebraska, McClure was an assistant head coach and offensive line coach at Sacramento State University (1997-2003) where he played a major role in some record-breaking offenses. During his tenure, the Hornets set 52 NCAA Division I-AA, Big Sky Conference, or school records.He coached 20 All-Big Sky conference honorees and had six of his players sign NFL contracts. One of McClure's pupils, Lonie Paxton of the Patriots (also Broncos), went on to collect three Super Bowl rings. Another pupil, Marco Cavka was drafted by the Jets. In addition, five Sacramento State players earned All-American honors and four were chosen to participate in college all-star games. In his seven seasons at Sac State, the Hornets led the Big Sky in rushing four times (1998, 1999, 2000, 2002). In 1996, McClure coached tight ends at the University of Nevada. He helped the Wolf Pack to the Big West title, a 9-3 record, and the Las Vegas Bowl championship. His tight ends produced a school record 13 touchdowns during the season. Nevada led Division I-A with 527.3 yard per game of total offense and topped the Big West Conference in both rushing and passing. Over the years, Angus has served as a guest coach in several NFL camps, including the Bills (2007, 2006), 49ers (2002, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997, 1996), Seahawks (1998) and Chargers (1997).

RECRUITING RESPONSIBILITIES — San Fernando Valley, Ventura County, San Francisco Bay Area, Northern San Joaquin Valley and Northern Nevada. PERSONAL — Education: Bachelor’s in Liberal Studies from Sacramento State, 1995; At UCLA: Seventh year overall on staff (first joined staff in June 2007 as tight ends coach); Born: December 9, 1968 in San Francisco, CA; Family: Angus and his wife Erin have two sons, Hamish and Malcolm.

LOU SPANOS Defensive Coordinator 2nd Season Tulsa '94 Lou Spanos was named UCLA's defensive coordinator in January of 2012. He joined the Bruin staff after working as an NFL assistant coach for 17 years. In 2012, Spanos' first Bruin defense ranked among the nation's best in sacks and was headlined by All-America linebacker Anthony Barr (13.5 sacks / 21.5 tackles for loss) and defensive end Datone Jones (6.5 sacks / 19.0 tackles for loss). Jones went on to be selected in the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft. The team finished the season eighth in the nation in sacks, while Barr also ranked eighth in the country in sack average and second in total sacks. Linebacker Eric Kendricks led the Pac-12 Conference and ranked 11th in the nation in tackle average (10.64 per game). His total of 150 tackles was the most by a Bruin player since Jerry Robinson set the school record with 161 stops in 1978. In the 2010-11 seasons, Spanos served as the linebackers coach of the Washington Redskins. London Fletcher, who played in the 2011 Pro Bowl, led the NFL in tackles with 166 in 2011 and was added to the 2012 Pro Bowl. The previous 15 seasons, Spanos was a defensive assistant with the Steelers. While in Pittsburgh, he worked closely with the linebackers and the secondary. Spanos was one of only three assistants on staff to be with the team for its Super Bowl XXX (lost to Dallas), Super Bowl XL (win over Seattle) and Super Bowl XLIII (win over Arizona) appearances. During his 15 seasons working with the Steelers, the defense ranked among the top 10 in the NFL 13 times, including four No. 1 rankings. Pittsburgh managed to win at least 10 games in 10 of those seasons. Spanos coached nine different Steeler linebackers who combined for 19 Pro Bowl appearances - Kevin Greene (2), Greg Lloyd (2), Chad Brown (1), Levon Kirkland (2), Jason Gildon (3), Kendrell Bell (1), Joey Porter (3), James Farrior (2) and James Harrison (3). Additionally, Harrison earned the Associated Press NFL Defensive Player of the Year Award in 2008, while Bell was the Associated Press Defensive Rookie of the Year in 2001. Spanos originally joined the Steelers in 1994 as an intern in the scouting department before being promoted to a defensive assistant after one season. A 1994 graduate of Tulsa, Spanos was a four-year letterman and starter at center. The 1989 and 1991 Golden Hurricane squads played in bowl games. In 1991, Tulsa beat San Diego State in the Freedom Bowl to finish 10-2 on the year and was ranked 21st on the final Associated Press poll. After his playing career ended (1989-92), Spanos remained at Tulsa as a student assistant working with the linebackers. RECRUITING RESPONSIBILITIES — San Diego and Oregon. PERSONAL — Education: Bachelor's from Tulsa, 1994; At UCLA: Second year (joined the staff in January of 2012); Born: in Pittsburgh, Pa.; Family: Wife,Timme; sons,Zachary and Caleb; daughter, Gabriella.

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Asst. Head Coach/Special Teams

Wide Receivers

Coord./Linebackers 2nd Season - Hawai'i

2nd Season Idaho '95

Jeff Ulbrich joined the UCLA staff in January, 2012 after a playing and coaching career in the NFL. He was on staff with the Seattle Seahawks in the 2010 and 2011 seasons as a special teams assistant. In the spring of 2012, he was named assistant head coach, in addition to his duties with the Bruin linebackers and special teams. In his first season with the Bruins, Ulbrich helped elevate the performance of the special teams units in 2012. Punter Jeff Locke was named first-team all-conference and fullback David Allen was selected to the second-team all-conference squad for his play on special teams. UCLA ranked 13th in the country in net punting (39.94) and improved its own punt return average by almost six yards per attempt from the previous season. Locke was selected in the fifth round of the 2013 NFL Draft. Ulbrich's linebacker group also excelled in 2012. Junior Anthony Barr was ranked among the national leaders in sacks all season long (finished second) and sophomore Eric Kendricks led the Pac-12 in tackle average and ranked 11th in the nation with his 10.64 per game mark. His total of 150 tackles was the most by a Bruin player since Jerry Robinson set the school record with 161 in 1978. Junior Jordan Zumwalt finished fourth on the squad with 71 tackles. In 2010, Seahawks kicker Olindo Mare matched the sixth-longest field goal streak with 30 straight. Ulbrich's kickoff return units ranked third in the NFL and the kickoff cover group ranked fifth in the league. A linebacker as a player, Ulbrich was drafted in the third round of the 2000 NFL Draft (86th pick overall) out of the University of Hawai'i by San Francisco. He earned a starting linebacker job with the 49ers in 2001 and was on the team for 10 seasons, playing for head coaches Steve Mariucci, Dennis Erickson, Mike Nolan and Mike Singletary. In 2007, Ulbrich played a backup role to first-round pick Patrick Willis, and also had an impact on special teams. He was placed on injured reserve in October, 2009 and decided to end his playing career. Ulbrich was hired by the Seattle Seahawks as a special teams assistant on January 29, 2010. Ulbrich attended junior college and went on to become a two-year starter at the University of Hawai'i. He earned All-WAC first-team selection at middle linebacker and was a team co-captain as a senior. He led the conference with a school record 169 tackles that season, setting another school mark with 127 assisted tackles. He ranked third in the league with eight sacks for 67 yards and totaled 15 tackles for loss (58 yards) and two interceptions. In his junior season, he finished with 41 tackles, including a sack. RECRUITING RESPONSIBILITIES — Central Coast, Bakersfield, Fresno, San Francisco Bay Area and Hawai'i. PERSONAL — Education: Attended the University of Hawai'i; At UCLA: Second year (joined the staff in January of 2012); Born: February17, 1977. Family: Jeff and his wife Cristina have three children, Sammy, Jax and Jace.

Eric Yarber joined the Bruins staff in January, 2012 after two seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and five seasons in the NFL overall. In his first season with the Bruins, Yarber's direction helped wide receivers Shaq Evans and Jerry Johnson record breakout years in 2012. Evans' 60 catches led the team and were the eighth-most receptions by a Bruin in a single-season. His total of 877 receiving yards ranked 11th-best on that single-season school list. Meanwhile, Johnson caught a career-best 31 balls for 428 yards during the year. In 2011, Yarber worked as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receivers coach for a promising young unit that included the development of second-round pick Arrelious Benn and fourth-round pick Mike Williams. Williams turned in one of the top seasons by a receiver in Bucs history, recording 65 receptions for 964 yards and 11 touchdowns. He led all rookie receivers in each of these categories, earning The Sporting News and PFW/PFWA All-Rookie Team selection while finishing second in voting for the Associated Press Offensive Rookie of the Year Award. Yarber also oversaw the emergence of Benn, who was becoming an important part of the Tampa Bay offense prior to a season-ending injury. Yarber came to Tampa Bay after spending three seasons (2007-09) on the collegiate level as the wide receivers coach at Arizona State. While at ASU in 2009, Yarber coached two standout wide receivers in Kyle Williams and Chris McGaha. Williams finished the 2009 campaign with 815 receiving yards on 57 catches and eight scores before being a sixth-round draft pick of the San Francisco 49ers in the 2010 NFL Draft. McGaha racked up 56 catches for 673 yards and four touchdowns on his way to second-team All-Pac 10 honors. Prior to his work with the Sun Devils, Yarber coached wide receivers for two seasons (2005-06) under Tyrone Willingham at the University of Washington. With Yarber's assistance, two receivers, Sonny Shackleford and Anthony Russo, turned in strong performances, with Russo finishing third in the Pacific-10 Conference with a 17.3 yards-per-catch average and Shackleford finishing fourth in touchdown catches (seven) and eighth in receptions (50) and receiving yards (666). During the 2003-04 seasons, Yarber coached the San Francisco 49ers' wide receivers, and in his first year guided Pro Bowler Terrell Owens to a 1,000-yard season. During this time, Yarber was also instrumental in the development of wide receivers Cedrick Wilson and Brandon Lloyd, as the duo ranked first and second among 49ers' receivers in yards-after-the-catch with a 13.6 and 13.1 average (min. 10 receptions) respectively in 2004. From 1999-2002, Yarber coached at Oregon State, where he worked with running backs for one season (1999) before switching to wide receivers (2000-2002). His work with receivers Chad Johnson and T.J. Houshmandzadeh led to the two being selected in the second and seventh rounds, respectively, by the Cincinnati Bengals in the 2001 NFL Draft. Yarber coached his first year in the NFL in 1998, working as an offensive quality control coach with the Seattle Seahawks, after spending the 1997 season coaching receivers at UNLV. His coaching career began in 1996 when he took a secondary coaching position at his alma mater, Idaho. Yarber was selected by the Washington Redskins as a 12th-round pick in the 1986 NFL Draft and spent three seasons as a wide receiver and punt returner. He was part of the Washington squad that defeated the Denver Broncos to win Super Bowl XXII in 1988, leading that team with 37 punt returns. At Idaho, Yarber was a Kodak All-American and the Big Sky Conference's Most Valuable Player during his senior year, catching 75 passes for 1,103 yards. As a junior, he finished 10th in the nation in punt returns and third in the conference with 817 receiving yards on 54 catches. He attended Crenshaw High School in Los Angeles. RECRUITING RESPONSIBILITIES — Los Angeles city. PERSONAL — Education: Bachelor’s in General Studies from the University of Idaho, 1995; At UCLA: Second year (joined the staff in January of 2012); Born: September 22, 1963, in Chicago, IL. Family: Wife, Estevanica; sons Kameryon and Robert.

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Strength & Conditioning Coord.

Def. Graduate Asst./Special Teams 2nd Season

2nd Season Hofstra '01

UCLA '11

Sal Alosi, who has both collegiate and NFL experience, was hired on Jan. 10, 2012 to be UCLA’s strength and conditioning coordinator for football. He came to the Bruins after serving as the head strength and conditioning coach at Bryant University (Rhode Island) in 2011, where he worked with all 22 of the Bulldogs’ varsity programs. Alosi’s skill and knowledge in the weight room played a vital role in the development of the Bryant athletic department in its final year of transition to full Division I status. Prior to working at Bryant, Alosi spent nine years in the NFL, where he served as the head strength and conditioning coach for both the New York Jets and the Atlanta Falcons. A four-year letterwinner and linebacker at Hofstra University, Alosi led the Pride to back-to-back Division I-AA (now FCS) quarterfinal playoff appearances in 1999 and 2000 and topped the team in tackles as a senior. Following his playing career, he joined the coaching staff at his alma mater, becoming an assistant strength and conditioning coach at Hofstra in 2001, when the Pride won its first Atlantic 10 Conference title in football, advancing to the Division I-AA playoffs for the third-straight year. Alosi went on to join the NFL’s New York Jets a season later and stayed there until the 2006 campaign, when he was hired by the Atlanta Falcons to direct the team’s strength and conditioning program under head coach Jim Mora. After one season with the Falcons, though, Alosi returned to New York on Feb. 21, 2007 as the Jets’ head strength and conditioning coach and was on the same staff as new Bruin offensive coordinator Noel Mazzone. A native of Massapequa, N.Y., Alosi graduated from Hofstra University with a degree in exercise science. PERSONAL — Education: Bachelor's in Exercise Science, Hofstra, 2001; At UCLA: Second year (joined staff in January, 2012); Born: May 11, 1977; Family: Alosi is married with two children.

Michael Ghobrial enters his second season as a Defensive Graduate Assistant with the UCLA football program. It marks his fourth year on staff, as he also served one year as Quality Control Intern for the defense in 2011 and was an undergraduate assistant who worked with on-campus recruiting and football operations in 2010. Ghobrial's main responsibility last year was to work with the Bruin scout team offense on opponent prep. In addition, he worked closely with Defensive Line coach Angus McClure's unit, while also assisting Special Teams Coordinator Jeff Ulbrich with all aspects of the kicking game and kick coverage. PERSONAL — Earned a Bachelor's degree in History from UCLA in the winter of 2011 ... Played four years of varsity football at West Torrance High School for coach Greg Holt ... Served as team captain for two seasons ... Earned All-League as a senior defensive lineman ... Member of the UCLA football team from 2006-07.

DIMETRIUS HAJIMIHALIS Offensive Graduate Assistant 1st Season UCLA '12 Dimetrius Hajimihalis is entering 6th season on staff and first season as a Graduate Assistant Coach, where he assists Adrian Klemm with the offensive line. In addition to offensive line, responsibilities include opponent breakdown, self scout, management of the offensive playbook and weekly game book, and assisting in recruiting and operations. From 2009-12, Hajimihalis was a student assistant, focusing on offensive line and performing opponent breakdown and offensive installations. In addition, he served as former UCLA Head Coach Rick Neuheisel’s assistant. PERSONAL — Earned his BA from UCLA in Political Science with a concentration in International Relations ... Four-sport letterman (football, squash, wrestling and lacrosse) at St. Paul’s School in Baltimore, Md.

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Offensive Graduate Assistant 2nd Season Colorado '10 Matt Butterfield is entering his second season as an Offensive Graduate Assistant coach at UCLA. He is responsible for film breakdown of UCLA and opponents, while also working with the scout team defense and assisting the coaching staff in developing the daily practice and weekly game plans. Butterfield came to UCLA from Arizona State, where he worked from 2010-2012. At ASU, Butterfield worked with the scout team offense, defense and special teams in all phases of the operation. He helped the ASU punt return unit rank fourth in the nation and first in the Pac-12 Conference in 2011. As an undergraduate at Colorado, Butterfield was a recruiting/operations specialist who worked directly with the head coach and all other areas of the football program. He also assisted in all aspects of recruiting, campus functions, camps and visits. Colorado's 2008 recruiting class was rated 15th nationally by Rivals.com. PERSONAL — Education: Bachelor's in History from Colorado, in 2010 ... Grandson of NJCAA Hall of Fame coach Sam Butterfield ... Member of the AFCA and NCAA ... Four-year player at Brophy Prep in Phoenix, AZ ... Played on the 2006 team that won a 5A Division I State Championship ... His team captured four-straight conference championships during his time on the team.

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Defensive Graduate Assistant 2nd Season Vanderbilt '10 Chris Reinert enters his second season as a Graduate Assistant for the defense. Prior to assuming that role in 2012, he served one season as a Defensive Quality Control coach at UCLA in 2011. Reinert has worked primarily with the defensive backs during his three seasons at UCLA, helping produce such players as Freshman All-American safety Tevin McDonald and 2012 Pac-12 Honorable Mention selection Andrew Abbott. Reinert earned four letters as a wide receiver/punt returner at Vanderbilt, playing in over 30 career games from 2005-2009. He served as a member of the team's Leadership Council, and was honored with Vanderbilt University's highest football honor, the Dedication Award. He was a five-time All-SEC Academic Team honoree. PERSONAL — Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Vanderbilt University in 2009 ... 2004 Graduate of Servite High School in Anaheim, Calif., where he was an AllOrange County performer ... Served as the defensive backs coach at Harvard -Westlake High School in North Hollywood, Calif. in 2010. MEDIA GUIDE

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WILL PEDDIE

Associate Athletic Director

Director of Football Operations

1st Season William & Mary '74

2nd Season (4th on Staff) UCLA '06

Rip Scherer comes to UCLA after serving two seasons as the assistant head coach and quarterbacks coach at Colorado. He joined UCLA in June of 2013 and in all has 33 years of full-time coaching experience (27 in college and six in the pros). In his first CU season, he worked with a young quarterback group and helped develop Tyler Hansen into a free agent signing with the Cincinnati Bengals. Scherer worked the 2009-10 seasons for the Carolina Panthers, where he was the quarterbacks coach after spending the previous four campaigns (2005-08) with the Cleveland Browns. Prior to that, he had logged time at 11 different schools, from coast to coast, in just over three decades in the collegiate ranks. At Carolina (under head coach John Fox), Scherer was integral in the development of former Bruin quarterback Matt Moore, who led the Panthers to a 4-1 record while starting the last five games of the 2009 season and generating a 104.9 quarterback rating after veteran Jake Delhomme sustained an injury. With injuries taking their toll on the 2010 stable of quarterbacks, Scherer and the Panthers used four different quarterbacks under center throughout the season. In Cleveland, (under head coach Romeo Crennel) he served as the quarterbacks coach all four seasons from 2005-08, the final two adding assistant head coaching duties to his responsibilities. In his time there, he helped develop Derek Anderson, who was selected to the 2007 Pro Bowl after throwing for 3,787 yards and 29 touchdowns as the Browns boasted the eighth-best offense in the NFL in terms of scoring and passing yards per game. He entered the professional ranks after he had coaching stints in the ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-10 and SEC, including two stops as a collegiate head coach at James Madison and Memphis. Prior to joining the Browns, he was an assistant coach at Southern Mississippi (under head coach Jeff Bower) in 2003-04 where he was the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. He held the same title at Kansas (under head coach Terry Allen) for the 2001 season. He went to Kansas from Memphis, where he served as head coach from 19952000, compiling a 22-44 record. He coached the Tigers to the school's first-ever win over Tennessee, 21-17, with the Volunteers ranked No. 6 at the time in 1996 and quarterbacked by Peyton Manning, a victory that was tabbed the "Upset of the Year" in college football by several news organizations (Memphis had been 0-15 against the Vols in its history). Prior to coaching at Memphis, he was the head coach at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, VA from 1991-94, during a time when the Dukes set or tied over 140 school records and helped them to a 10-3 record in 1994 and 29-19 record in four years. He was also the offensive coordinator at Arizona (Dick Tomey), Alabama (Bill Curry) and Georgia Tech (Bill Curry). He was in Tucson from 1988-90, the first season as the director of football operations and then the offensive coordinator the final two years. Prior to that, he was the offensive coordinator at Alabama in 1987 and Georgia Tech in 1986, where he was on staff from 1980-86, first as the quarterbacks coach and passing game coordinator in 1980-81 and running backs coach and run game coordinator from 1982-84. He was also an assistant athletic director at Georgia Tech in 1985 before returning to the field the next season. He started his coaching career at Penn State under legendary coach Joe Paterno as a graduate assistant in 1974-75 and then moved to North Carolina State (Bo Rein), where he was the quarterbacks coach in 1976 before moving on to Hawai'i as the running backs coach in 1977-78 (Dick Tomey). He coached the quarterbacks at Virginia in 1979 (Dick Bestwick) before going to Georgia Tech. Scherer earned his bachelor's degree in Physical Education from William & Mary in 1974, where he lettered three times at QB under coach Lou Holtz from 1971-73. PERSONAL — He was born August 3, 1952 in Pittsburgh, Pa., and graduated from Toms River (N.J.) South High School, where he lettered in football. He is married to the former Michele Ragone, and the couple has three children, Scott (who played quarterback under his dad at Memphis), Melanie and Ryan (who played wide receiver at Penn State). His father, Rip Sr., was a long time high school football coach in Pittsburgh. 2013 UCLA FOOTBALL

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Will Peddie, a former member of the Bruin football team, is in his fourth season on the staff. He began his current role as Director of Football Operations during Spring Ball in 2012. Peddie's duties include handling all day-to-day operations, coordinating details for team travel, team training table and meals, game tickets, preseason training camp, facility upgrades, practice operation, Spring Ball practices, Pro Day, NFL Liaison, visiting coaches, on-and-off campus housing, assisting with on-campus parking, liaison to UCPD, working with senior administration on budgetary items, monitoring daily injury reports, assisting with the walk-on program, liaison to compliance staff, organizing officials, game day family contact, assisting with managing coaches car program, arranging all hiring needs for new coaches and families, and assisting with alumni relations. In 2011, Peddie worked as UCLA's Director of Player Development after serving as the Player Development Intern in 2010. In 2009, he was the Defensive Line and Strength & Conditioning coach at Santa Fe Christian High School in Solana Beach, CA. He also spent time as a Speed & Strength Specialist with Play Fast Athletics while in San Diego. In 2008, he volunteered with head coach Chuck Long's staff at San Diego State University as a Defensive Assistant, working under Defensive Coordinator Bob Elliot. Peddie is a former Bruin player. He redshirted at UCLA in 2002 as a tight end. Peddie played the position for three years prior to switching to defensive line as a Senior in 2006. He grew up in La Jolla, CA and ttended La Jolla High School in San Diego (CA). PERSONAL - Education: Bachelor's in Political Science from UCLA, Dec. 2006; At UCLA: Second year in current position (joined staff in 2010); Born: October 25, 1983 in Phoenix, AZ; Family: Jenny (wife), Carter (newborn daughter); Parents: Dan & Mare Peddie; Siblings: Nick (28), Kristen (19).

PAT GIRARDI Director of On-Campus Recruiting 2nd Season (6th on Staff) Columbia '03 Patrick Girardi is set to begin his sixth season as a member of the Bruin staff and his second as Director of On-Campus Recruiting for football. In his present position, Girardi's duties include recruiting administration and organization; current roster and scholarship management, managing all official and unofficial visits; tracking all recruiting paperwork, including transcripts, serving as liaison to college All-Star game representatives; and other assignments from the head coach. He served in the 2009 and 2010 seasons as an intern under the Director of OnCampus Recruiting. In 2008, Girardi worked as an offensive intern. He assisted the offensive line coach, assembled and drew weekly game playbooks, broke down game film and composed self-scout reports. He also assisted and helped organize recruiting efforts in Southern and Northern California. Girardi began his coaching career as a varsity assistant at Loyola High School in 2006-2007. In 2007, he tutored the offensive line and in 2006, he coached the defensive line. Girardi, who played college football at Columbia, continued his playing career in the Arena 2 Football League. He played on both the offensive line and defensive line for the Tri-Cities Fever in 2006. He had previously played on both lines for the San Diego Riptide in 2004.

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GIRARDI CONT. Pat was an All-Ivy League selection as an offensive lineman at Columbia in 2002. He was also a team captain that season. A three-year starter, he played from 19992002. Girardi attended Loyola High School in Los Angeles and was named a 1999 first-team All-Del Rey League performer as an offensive lineman. He received a National Football Foundation College Hall of Fame Scholar Athlete award.

Norris began his career working for the NFL’s Los Angeles Rams at age 13 splicing and editing 16mm fi lm. He came to UCLA in 1989 after the retirement of legendary Bruin cinematographer Stan Troutman. He and his wife, Joan, have two children, Travis and Chelsea.

ANTHONY VENUTE

PERSONAL - Education: Bachelor's in Economics from Columbia University, 2003; At UCLA: Fifth year/fourth in administration (joined the staff in April of 2008); Born: February 25, 1981 in Torrance, CA; Family: Son of Jack and Denise Girardi; has one brother, Vincent. He and his fiancee, Molly Weber, reside in Playa Del Rey.

Head Athletic Trainer for Football 5th Season UCLA '02

TONY PERRI Director of Equipment Operations 29th Season UCLA '84 Tony Perri is in his eighth year as the Director of Equipment Operations at UCLA and his 29th as a full-time staff member in the equipment room (Feb. 1985). He also worked part-time as a student employee. Although he works primarily with the football squad, Perri is responsible for overseeing the purchasing, fi tting, maintenance, and distribution of equipment for all 24 of UCLA's athletic teams. In addition, Perri supervises the student manager program, along with his equipment staff of Pete Maglieri, Sean Markus, Cliff Cockman, Kristen Beer, Nathan Reft and Eddie Valencia. Perri is also responsible for managing an annual equipment budget of over $2 million. He and his staff are in charge of coordinating the equipment and apparel needs for the football program's practices, games and travel. Perri is a certified member of Athletic Equipment Managers Association and was the AEMA District Equipment Manager of the Year. A former Bruin baseball player (1980-83) who earned his BA in 1984, Perri and his wife Lenora have two children, Bryan and Laureen.

Anthony Venute joined the UCLA athletic training staff in May of 2005. A UCLA graduate, he is set to begin his ninth season working with Bruin football and his fifth as the head athletic trainer for the team. While his duties at UCLA have been primarily with the football team, Anthony has also worked with the women’s water polo squad and the women’s golf program. He was a student athletic trainer at UCLA as an undergraduate while pursuing his degree in Physiological Science and assisted with the football and softball teams from 1999-2001. Venute earned his Masters degree in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Athletic Training from Michigan State, where he served as a graduate assistant from 2002-04 on the athletic training staff for the sports of football and baseball. He then went on to perform an internship with the Buffalo Bills training staff during the 2004-05 NFL season. Venute gained additional NFL experience during the summer of 2001 when he was an intern on the training staff of the Cleveland Browns. Venute has been NATA (National Athletic Trainers’ Association) certified since 2002.

MATT BERNSTEIN Director of Football Relations 2nd Season (4th on Staff) Miami '10

KEN NORRIS Video Coordinator 25th Season

Ken Norris is in his 25th year as UCLA’s Director of Video Operations. Norris and his staff are responsible for recording the practices and games of the UCLA football team. They work with the coaching staff and provide them with specialized footage or “cutups” of the team and opponents for coaching, scouting, and game-planning purposes. Ken “The Godfather” Norris is considered one of the most innovative and respected minds in his profession. He was selected to receive the Pioneer Award at the 2012 College Sports Video Summit and has been named National Video Coordinator of the Year by his peers in the Collegiate Sports Video Association. One of Norris’ latest projects has been the development and implementation of the I2 Internet Exchange Program in the Conference. This venture now allows the Pac-12 Conference’s football programs to exchange coaching videos through the internet, bypassing the use of videotape. This rapid exchange of video means teams can now acquire the opposition’s fi lms more quickly, providing coaches with valuable additional time to scout and prepare for upcoming games. Norris is currently assisting other sports and other athletic conferences in implementing the I2 Program in their respective sports. Norris and his staff are also responsible for filming instructional and highlight footage for almost every UCLA Athletic program. They create many of the teams’ yearend highlight films. He is assisted by full-time staff members Eric Kowal, Joe Plonsky and David Godoy. 2013 UCLA FOOTBALL

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Matt Bernstein begins his fourth season at UCLA in 2013 and his second as the Director of Football Relations. His responsibilities include camps and clinics, managing all recruiting video, assisting in recruiting and operations, and serving as a liaison to Human Resources. Previously, Bernstein assisted in the UCLA football recruiting office, working with Angus McClure and Pat Girardi. Bernstein attended the University of Miami, in Florida, where he volunteered as a student assistant in the football program for four years. He worked with the Hurricane tight ends and special teams during the 2009 and 2010 seasons under assistant coach Joe Pannunzio. Bernstein also served in the Miami recruiting office, contributing to UM's No. 1-ranked recruiting class in 2008 and the No. 7-ranked class in 2009. Bernstein earned a BS degree in Sports Administration, with minors in Business Administration and Sociology, from Miami in 2010. He is single and resides in Brentwood, CA.

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GIRARDI CONT. Pat was an All-Ivy League selection as an offensive lineman at Columbia in 2002. He was also a team captain that season. A three-year starter, he played from 19992002. Girardi attended Loyola High School in Los Angeles and was named a 1999 first-team All-Del Rey League performer as an offensive lineman. He received a National Football Foundation College Hall of Fame Scholar Athlete award.

Norris began his career working for the NFL’s Los Angeles Rams at age 13 splicing and editing 16mm fi lm. He came to UCLA in 1989 after the retirement of legendary Bruin cinematographer Stan Troutman. He and his wife, Joan, have two children, Travis and Chelsea.

ANTHONY VENUTE

PERSONAL - Education: Bachelor's in Economics from Columbia University, 2003; At UCLA: Fifth year/fourth in administration (joined the staff in April of 2008); Born: February 25, 1981 in Torrance, CA; Family: Son of Jack and Denise Girardi; has one brother, Vincent. He and his fiancee, Molly Weber, reside in Playa Del Rey.

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TONY PERRI Director of Equipment Operations 29th Season UCLA '84 Tony Perri is in his eighth year as the Director of Equipment Operations at UCLA and his 29th as a full-time staff member in the equipment room (Feb. 1985). He also worked part-time as a student employee. Although he works primarily with the football squad, Perri is responsible for overseeing the purchasing, fi tting, maintenance, and distribution of equipment for all 24 of UCLA's athletic teams. In addition, Perri supervises the student manager program, along with his equipment staff of Pete Maglieri, Sean Markus, Cliff Cockman, Kristen Beer, Nathan Reft and Eddie Valencia. Perri is also responsible for managing an annual equipment budget of over $2 million. He and his staff are in charge of coordinating the equipment and apparel needs for the football program's practices, games and travel. Perri is a certified member of Athletic Equipment Managers Association and was the AEMA District Equipment Manager of the Year. A former Bruin baseball player (1980-83) who earned his BA in 1984, Perri and his wife Lenora have two children, Bryan and Laureen.

Anthony Venute joined the UCLA athletic training staff in May of 2005. A UCLA graduate, he is set to begin his ninth season working with Bruin football and his fifth as the head athletic trainer for the team. While his duties at UCLA have been primarily with the football team, Anthony has also worked with the women’s water polo squad and the women’s golf program. He was a student athletic trainer at UCLA as an undergraduate while pursuing his degree in Physiological Science and assisted with the football and softball teams from 1999-2001. Venute earned his Masters degree in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Athletic Training from Michigan State, where he served as a graduate assistant from 2002-04 on the athletic training staff for the sports of football and baseball. He then went on to perform an internship with the Buffalo Bills training staff during the 2004-05 NFL season. Venute gained additional NFL experience during the summer of 2001 when he was an intern on the training staff of the Cleveland Browns. Venute has been NATA (National Athletic Trainers’ Association) certified since 2002.

MATT BERNSTEIN Director of Football Relations 2nd Season (4th on Staff) Miami '10

KEN NORRIS Video Coordinator 25th Season

Ken Norris is in his 25th year as UCLA’s Director of Video Operations. Norris and his staff are responsible for recording the practices and games of the UCLA football team. They work with the coaching staff and provide them with specialized footage or “cutups” of the team and opponents for coaching, scouting, and game-planning purposes. Ken “The Godfather” Norris is considered one of the most innovative and respected minds in his profession. He was selected to receive the Pioneer Award at the 2012 College Sports Video Summit and has been named National Video Coordinator of the Year by his peers in the Collegiate Sports Video Association. One of Norris’ latest projects has been the development and implementation of the I2 Internet Exchange Program in the Conference. This venture now allows the Pac-12 Conference’s football programs to exchange coaching videos through the internet, bypassing the use of videotape. This rapid exchange of video means teams can now acquire the opposition’s fi lms more quickly, providing coaches with valuable additional time to scout and prepare for upcoming games. Norris is currently assisting other sports and other athletic conferences in implementing the I2 Program in their respective sports. Norris and his staff are also responsible for filming instructional and highlight footage for almost every UCLA Athletic program. They create many of the teams’ yearend highlight films. He is assisted by full-time staff members Eric Kowal, Joe Plonsky and David Godoy. 2013 UCLA FOOTBALL

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Matt Bernstein begins his fourth season at UCLA in 2013 and his second as the Director of Football Relations. His responsibilities include camps and clinics, managing all recruiting video, assisting in recruiting and operations, and serving as a liaison to Human Resources. Previously, Bernstein assisted in the UCLA football recruiting office, working with Angus McClure and Pat Girardi. Bernstein attended the University of Miami, in Florida, where he volunteered as a student assistant in the football program for four years. He worked with the Hurricane tight ends and special teams during the 2009 and 2010 seasons under assistant coach Joe Pannunzio. Bernstein also served in the Miami recruiting office, contributing to UM's No. 1-ranked recruiting class in 2008 and the No. 7-ranked class in 2009. Bernstein earned a BS degree in Sports Administration, with minors in Business Administration and Sociology, from Miami in 2010. He is single and resides in Brentwood, CA.

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ISHMAEL ADAMS

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ANTHONY BARR

Cornerback So. • 5-8 • 190 Woodland Hills, Calif. Oaks Christian

Outside Linebacker Sr. • 6-4 • 248 San Pedro, Calif. Loyola

UCLA - Impressed the coaching staff in the spring ... Was working his way into the defensive backfield rotation last season when sidelined by injury ... Will appeal to get his year of eligibility restored. 2012 - Saw action in the first two games before sitting out the balance of the season due to injury ... Appeared in the secondary and on special teams ... Was credited with one tackle in the season-opener at Rice. HIGH SCHOOL - Played at Westlake Village, CA Oaks Christian HS for coach Bill Redell ... Ranked the No. 7 cornerback in the nation by scout.com and a four-star recruit ... No. 117 prospect in the nation, No. 10 cornerback and the No. 20 recruit in California according to rivals.com ... Rated the No. 10 cornerback in the nation and the No. 14 player in California by ESPN and a four-star recruit ... Selected for the U.S. Army All-American Bowl (made an interception) ... As a senior, he carried 89 times for 717 yards and nine touchdowns ... He caught 29 passes for 476 yards and four touchdowns ... Credited with 34 tackles, one sack and two interceptions ... Returned six punts for a 13.3 yard average and three kickoffs for a 22.0 yard average ... Named All-CIF Northern Division at defensive back ... Rated No. 9 defensive back in the nation, No. 11 player in CA/NV/HI region and a Super Prep All-American ... Tom Lemming All-American ... Named to All-Ventura County team .... All-Southland selection by Los Angeles Times and Daily News ... As a junior, he had 52 tackles and four interceptions, two of which were returned for touchdowns ... Rushed for 1,006 yards and scored 11 touchdowns ... Made 13 receptions for 194 yards and two touchdowns ... Also lettered in track and field (100m, 4 x100 relay, long jump, 4 x 400 relay, 200m) and basketball. PERSONAL - Full Name: Ishmael Lee Adams … Born: January 21, 1994 in Inglewood, CA… Parents: Stefon and Febe Adams … Dad was drafted in the third round of the 1985 NFL Draft and played defensive back (1986-90) with the Raiders, Browns and Dolphins ... Has one brother, Blake, who plays football (linebacker) at Tennessee Tech ... Lists his biggest thrills in sports as playing in the Army AllAmerican Game and winning the state 4 x 100 relay team ... Lists Kobe Bryant, Floyd Mayweather, Darrelle Revis and Michael Jordan as the athletes he admires the most … Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Honor Roll in Fall 2012 ... Hobbies include watching movies, playing sports, competing and hanging out with friends ... Interested in Dentistry ... Undeclared major.

ELI ANKOU

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Defensive Tackle RFr. • 6-3 • 290 Ottawa, Ontario, Canada Red Lion Christian Academy UCLA - Impressed the coaching staff in the spring, while seeing action at defensive end and nose tackle. 2012 - Did not see game action in his first season in the program after joining the team following the Rice contest. HIGH SCHOOL - A three-star recruit according to rivals.com and the No. 27 strong side defensive end in the nation … Rated a two-star recruit by scout.com and No. 139 defensive end in the nation … The No. 1 prospect in the state of Delaware according to rivals.com … Rated No. 33 in DC/DEL/MD/WVA by SuperPrep … No. 2 prospect in Delaware according to ESPN and three-star rating … Coached by Dwayne Thomas. PERSONAL - Full Name: Eli (E-lee) Ankou (ann-koo) … Born: June 8, 1994 … Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Honor Roll in Fall 2012 ... Undeclared major. . 2013 UCLA FOOTBALL

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UCLA - Shifted to linebacker in the spring of 2012 after working as a running back, pistol formation f-back (running back), in his first two seasons ... Became one of the top performing linebackers in the nation during the 2012 season and has the most sacks (13.5 in 2012) of any returning player in the country ... All-around athlete with 25 career starts, 14 on defense. 2012 - Started at outside linebacker in all 14 games ... Named to the second-team Associated Press All-America team ... First-team All-Pac-12 selection by the coaches ... Collegefootballnews.com's P12 Defensive Player of the Year ... Led the team in sacks (13.5) and tackles for loss (21.5) ... Second on the team in tackles (83) ... Ranked eighth in the nation in sacks/g average (0.96) and T-12th in the nation in tackles for loss/g average (1.54) ... His sack total was second in the nation behind Jarvis Jones of Georgia, who had 14.5 ... His tackles for loss total was tied for fifth in the nation ... His averages were ranked third in the Pac-12 in each category ... Had three tackles for loss in games against Oregon State and at Washington State ... Had six games with at least seven tackles, with high of nine stops vs. Stanford and vs. Baylor ... Had at least 0.5 TFL in each game played ... His total of 13.5 sacks ranks second on UCLA's all-time single-season list ... His total of 21.5 tackles for loss ranks fourth on that school single-season list ... Honorable mention all-conference academic team selection ... Winner of the Henry R. Red Sanders Award for Team MVP (defense) at the annual team banquet. 2011 - Appeared in 12 games, with seven starts as a running back (pistol formation f-back) ... Also saw action on special teams ... Caught one pass at Houston for 11 yards and a touchdown ... Ran twice against San Jose State (12 yards) ... One rush against Texas (2) ... One rushing attempt for a one-yard score at Oregon State ... Did not see action at Stanford or against Washington State and at Arizona ... Caught one pass against Arizona State (3) ... Two rushing attempts at Utah for seven yards ... Had one rush for one yard at USC ... One rush for two yards in Pac-12 Championship Game at Oregon ... Named to the Pac-12 All-Academic second-team. 2010 - Saw action in all 12 games with four starts ... Came off the bench at Kansas State to make one reception (5 yds) and rush once (1) ... Made two receptions (12) against Stanford ... Played versus Houston ... Made one reception (5) and some key blocks at Texas ... Carried once (6) versus Washington State ... At Cal, he had one run (3) ... Made his first career start at Oregon and had one catch (17) ... Started versus Arizona and made one reception (6) ... Came off the bench versus Oregon State and ran twice for a total of 10 yards, including one for 12 yards ... Started at Washington and made one reception (6) ... Started and made two catches for 15 yards at Arizona State ... Saw action against USC ... Offensive winner of UCLA's John Boncheff, Jr. Memorial Award for Rookie of the Year. HIGH SCHOOL - Played three seasons at Los Angeles Loyola HS for coaches Jeff Kearin and Adam Guerra ... Missed virtually all of his senior season with an injury ...Tom Lemming All-American (No. 14 player nationally) ... Rated No. 1 athlete by Tom Lemming/Max Preps ... Member of Dream Team (No. 33 national prospect) ... Rated No. 50 national prospect and No. 5 athlete by rivals.com ... Ranked No. 100 national prospect and No. 10 outside linebacker by scout.com ... SuperPrep All-American (No. 10 athlete) ... Rated No.8 player in California by rivals.com and No. 14 by scout. com ... Rated No. 18 player in West by scout.com ... Rated No. 22 player in CA/NV/ HI region by SuperPrep ... Member of The Sporting News Top 100 (No. 72) and ESPN 150 (No. 102) ... Rated No. 11 athlete by ESPN.com ... Earned four stars from scout. com and rivals.com ... Member of Tacoma News-Tribune Western 100 ... Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West honorable mention ... Selected for the U.S. Army All-America Game as a senior, but was unable to participate ... As a junior, he earned first-team All-State Underclass honors after rushing for 1,890 yards and 20 touchdowns ... Also lettered four seasons in track for coach Michael Porterfield.

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BARR CONT. PERSONAL - Full Name: Anthony Barr … Born: March 18, 1992 in South Bend, IN … Parents: Tony Brooks and Lori Barr … Has one younger brother, Nicholas ... Dad played running back at Notre Dame (1987-91, member of 1988 national championship team) and was a fourth-round pick of the Philadelphia Eagles in the 1992 NFL draft ... Three uncles also played in the NFL ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as being named to the Army All-American HS game ... Lists the NFL's Ricky Williams and the NBA's Kobe Bryant as the athletes he admires the most … Hobbies include going to the beach and playing basketball .... Sociology major.

Career Highs Defense Tackles - 9 vs. Baylor, 2012; vs. Stanford, 2012 TFLs - 3.0 at Washington State, 2012; vs. Oregon State, 2012 Sacks - 2.5 at Washington State, 2012

TACKLE STATISTICS - A. BARR Year 2012

TT 83

T-AT 60-23

Sacks 13.5-70

TFL 21.5-105

INT (Td) 0

RUSHING STATISTICS - A. BARR Year 2010 2011 Totals

TCB 6 9 15

Yds 31 25 56

YL 2 0 2

Net 29 25 54

Avg 4.8 2.8 3.6

TD 0 1 1

Lg 12 10 12

RECEIVING STATISTICS - A. BARR Year 2010 2011 Totals

No 9 3 12

Yds 66 16 82

Avg 7.3 5.3 6.8

TD 0 1 1

Lg 17 11 17

Career Highs Offense Receptions - 2 vs. Stanford, 2010 Receiving Yards - 17 at Oregon, 2010

NCAA 2012 Season Sack Leaders Year 1. Jarvis Jones, UGA 2012 2. Anthony Barr 2012 3. Six players tied with 2012

No. 14.5 13.5 13.0

Cl Jr.R Jr. ---

NCAA 2012 Season Tackles for Loss Leaders 1. 2. 2. 4. 5.

Jarvis Jones, UGA Will Sutton, Arizona State Jadeveon Clowney, So. Carolina Kyle Van Noy, BYU Anthony Barr, UCLA Travis Johnson, San Jose St.

Year 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012

No. 24.5 23.5 23.5 22.0 21.5 21.5

Cl Jr.R Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr.

UCLA Single-Season Sacks (1975-present) 1. 2. 3. 4.

Dave Ball Anthony Barr Carnell Lake Bruce Davis Justin Hickman Donnie Edwards Jamir Miller

Year 2003 2012 1987 2006 2006 1994 1993

No. 16.5 13.5 13.0 12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5

Cl Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr.

UCLA Single-Season Tackles for Loss (1975-present) 1. Robert Thomas 2. Brian Price 3. Marvcus Patton 4. Anthony Barr 5. Donnie Edwards

Year 2001 2009 1989 2012 1994

No. 26.0 23.5 22.0 21.5 21.0

Cl Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr.

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BOWENS CONT.

Y Receiver RSr. • 5-11 • 210 San Franciso, Calif. Riordan HS/City College of SF UCLA - Darius shifted to the Y receiver spot in 2012 ... Transferred to UCLA in the summer of 2010 from City College of San Francisco ... Saw action in one game at quarterback in the 2010 season for the Bruins. 2012 - Saw action in 10 games, with one start, at Y receiver ... Made seven catches on the season for 143 yards (20.4 yard-average) ... Had two catches each in games versus Houston (24 yards), Oregon State (62) and at Colorado (38) ... Scored his first career touchdown at Colorado on a 17-yard pass from Brett Hundley ... Made one catch for 18 yards at California. 2011 - Did not see game action; worked on the scout teams... Redshirt season. 2010 - Saw his only action of the season, at quarterback, in the third quarter at Washington following an injury to Richard Brehaut ... Threw three passes with no completions ... One was intercepted and returned for a touchdown. 2009 (CC OF SAN FRANCISCO) Played football in the 2009 season at City College of San Francisco for coach George Rush ... Started at quarterback and led the team to a 9-1 record and a share of first place in the NorCal Conference ... Completed 143 of 247 passes for 1,982 yards and 21 touchdowns ... Threw five interceptions and posted a 149.31 pass efficiency rating (fourth-best mark in the Northern California Football Association rankings) ... Rushed 139 times for 751 yards and 11 scores ... Compiled 2,733 yards of total offense and 788 all-purpose yards ... The team ranked 10th in total offense in the Northern California Football Association (401.1 yards per game) ... Bell was fifth in the NCFA in total offense (273.3 yds/g) ... He ranked 11th in passing yards (198.2) and 16th in rushing yards per game (75.1). HIGH SCHOOL - Played his junior and senior seasons at San Francisco's Riordan High School for coach Mike Langridge ... Named All-State as a senior (2007) while leading Crusaders to first-ever Central Coast Section title ... Ran for one score and threw four scoring passes in championship game (Medium Schools Division) ... Earned first-team All-West Catholic Athletic League honors as a senior and was a second-team selection in 2006 ... Named League Quarterback of the Year in 2007. PERSONAL - Full Name: Darius Bell … Born: May 26, 1990 … Parents: Michael and Elizabeth Bell … Has two brothers, Kahlil (who played tailback for the Bruins from 2005-2008 and played in the NFL last season for the Chicago Bears/NY Jets) and Roechard, and three sisters, Danielle, Nerisa and Legalo ... Named to the Athletics Director's Honor Roll in Winter 2013 ... History major.

ISAIAH BOWENS #55

Inside Linebacker RSr. • 6-1 • 225 La Verne, Calif. Bishop Amat UCLA - Bowens will look to get back into the mix at the linebacker position in 2013 after sitting out 2012 due to injury. 2012 - Did not see game action after suffering an injury in spring ball. 2011 - Saw action in 12 games, primarily on special teams ... Made one tackle against San Jose State ... Had three tackles at Arizona ... Made one stop against Cal ... Totaled one tackle against Arizona State ... Made two tackles at USC ... One tackle in the Pac-12 Championship game at Oregon. 2010 - Participated on special teams in 11 of 12 games, but was not credited with a tackle. 2009 - Did not see game action in his first season in the program ... Defensive cowinner of UCLA’s Charles Pike Memorial Award for Outstanding Scout Team Player.

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HIGH SCHOOL - Played linebacker and defensive end at Bishop Amat HS in LaPuente, CA for coach Steve Hagerty ... Rated as the No. 2 strongside linebacker in California and No. 4 in the West by scout.com ... No. 80 prospect in California according to rivals.com ... SuperPrep All-Far West (No. 98) ... Member of scout.com California 101 (No. 82) ... Scout.com West Hot 150 (No. 128) ... Earned three stars from scout.com and rivals.com ... Rated as No. 16 outside linebacker nationally by Tom Lemming ... Ranked No. 17 strongside linebacker by scout.com ... Rated No. 35 outside linebacker by ESPNU ... No. 48 outside linebacker according to rivals. com ... PrepStar All-West Region selection ... Made 30 tackles in six games, including 4.5 sacks. PERSONAL - Full Name: Isaiah William Bowens … Born: April 23, 1991 in Upland, CA … Parents: Howard Bowens and Rhonda Williams … Has four brothers -- Saul, Howard, Aaron, Cameron and one sister, Ashley ... List his biggest thrill in sports to date as beating rival St. Paul in triple overtime during his junior season ... Lists NFL receiver Terrell Owens as the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include dancing, baseball and singing ... History major. Career Highs Tackles - 3 at Arizona, 2011 Fumble Rec. - 1 vs. Texas, 2011; at Utah, 2011 TACKLE STATISTICS - I. BOWENS Year TT T-AT Sacks 2010 0 0-0 0.0-0 2011 9 6-3 0.0-0 Totals 9 6-3 0.0-0

TFL 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

INT (Td) 0 0 0

JAKE BRENDEL

#54

Center RSo. • 6-4 • 285 La Verne, Calif. Plano East Senior

UCLA - Became the starter at center in 2012, his first year on the field ... Named to the Rimington Award watch list. 2012 - Starter at center in all 14 games ... Made his first career start at Rice ... Helped pave the way for Johnathan Franklin to set school single-season and career rushing records ... Named first-team Freshman All-America by The Sporting News ... Named second-team Freshman All-America by collegefootballnews.com ... Honorable mention all-conference selection by the coaches ... First-team All-Pac-12 Academic Team selection ... Received the Captain Don Brown Award as the Most Improved Player on Offense at the team's annual awards banquet. 2011 - Did not see game action in his initial year in the program ... Named Coach Ed Kezirian "Coach K" Award winner for Academic and Athletic Balance. HIGH SCHOOL - Attended Plano East Senior HS and played for coach Johnny Ringo ... Played on the offensive line his junior and senior seasons and served as team captain ... Played defensive line as a freshman and sophomore ... Rated the nation’s No. 8 center by scout.com and the No. 15 center by rivals.com … PrepStar All-Region selection … Ranked No. 46 among offensive guards by ESPN.com … Rated No. 93 player in state of Texas by rivals.com … Earned three stars from scout.com, ESPN. com and rivals.com ... Named All-District 8-5A first team as an offensive lineman as a senior and junior ... As a senior, he recorded 71 knockdown blocks, 31 finishes and allowed no sacks ... Credited with 62 knockdowns, 26 finishes and allowed no sacks as a junior ... Earned All-District 8-5A first team as a defensive lineman as a sophomore and totaled 48 tackles and one batted pass ... Named 9-5A Newcomer of the Year as a freshman when he had six starts and made 27 tackles, one fumble recovery. PERSONAL - Full Name: Jacob William Brendel … Born: September 10, 1992 in Madison, WI … Parents: Bill Brendel and Carol Koch … Has one older sister, Lauren ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as winning Area in overtime in the Texas High School Playoffs … Hobbies include hanging with friends ... Named to the Athletics Director's Honor Roll in Fall 2011, Winter 2012, Fall 2012 ... Economics major. MEDIA GUIDE

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JUSTIN COMBS

#98

SEALI'I EPENESA

Cornerback RFr. • 5-7 • 170 New Rochelle, NY Iona Prep

Nose Tackle Sr. • 6-1 • 310 Waipahu, HI Iolani

UCLA - Gained experience while working on the scout teams each week in practice last season. 2012 - Did not see game action in his first year in the program and will have four seasons of eligibilty remaining. HIGH SCHOOL - Played at Iona Prep for coach Victor Quinlo ... A two-star recruit according to scout.com and the No. 132 cornerback in the nation … Two-stars according to rivals.com … Ranked No. 5 prospect in the state of New York by SuperPrep … Three-star recruit according to ESPN and the No. 7 prospect in New York … Looked upon as a cornerback in college, but was the starting quarterback as a senior … Completed 46 of 74 passes for 614 yards and four touchdowns with four interceptions … Rushed 61 times for 196 yards and four touchdowns … Had 45 tackles and made one interception ... Was an all-league, all-city, all-state and All-American performer in high school. PERSONAL - Full Name: Justin Dior Combs ... Born: December 30, 1993 in Mount Vernon, NY ... Father is music mogul and entrepreneur Sean Combs ... Mother is Misa Hylton ... Has two brothers - Niko Brim and Christian Combs ... Has four sisters - Madison Brim, Jessie Combs, D'lila Combs and Chance Combs ... His biggest athletic thrill was scoring a game-winning touchdown ... Admires Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick ... Likes to dance ... Chose UCLA because he loved the program, campus and tradition ... Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Honor Roll in Fall 2012 ... Undeclared major.

COLBY CYBURT

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Career Highs

Offensive Tackle RFr. • 6-3 • 265 San Juan Capistrano, Calif. Mission Viejo

Tackles - 5 at Cal, 2012 Tackles for Loss: 1.0 vs. Washington State, 2011

TACKLE STATISTICS - S. EPENESA

UCLA - Saw limited action in his first spring practice as he worked through health issues. 2012 - Did not see game action in his first season in the program. HIGH SCHOOL - Played three varsity seasons as a left tackle at Mission Viejo HS for coach Bob Johnson ... A three-star recruit according to scout.com … Rated as scout.com’s No. 50 offensive tackle in the nation … Three-star rivals.com recruit who is ranked as the No. 48 offensive tackle in the country … No. 57 prospect in California according to rivals.com … SuperPrep’s No. 49 recruit in the CA/NV/HI region … ESPN three-star performer who is the No. 79 prospect in California and No. 89 offensive tackle in the nation … A National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete ... As a senior, he served as team captain ... Named ESPN All-Western United States first team ... All-CIF Pac-5 Division performer at offensive line … Named to MaxPrep’s Division I All-State team … Earned Player of the Game honors in LaQuinta, Tesoro, Santa Margarita games ... All-South Coast League selection at offensive line who helped team advance to the CIF-SS Pac-5 title game and an unbeaten league record as a junior ... Named to the Principal's Honor Roll all four years. PERSONAL - Full Name: Colby Michael Cyburt … Born: July 10, 1993 in Laguna Hills, CA… Parents: Phil Cyburt, Ron Schreiber and Darla Schreiber … Dad, Phil, was selected in the 1977 MLB player draft by the Pittsburgh Pirates ... Step-dad, Ron, played in the World Football League ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as playing for the CIF Championship in Angels Stadium of Anaheim ... Lists the NFL's Joe Thomas as the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include lifting weights, playing basketball and hanging out with friends ... Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Honor Roll in Fall and Winter 2013 ... Interested in a business or economics major and a possible career in real estate ... Undeclared major. 2013 UCLA FOOTBALL

UCLA - Became the starter at nose tackle in 2012 after gaining valuable experience in his first two seasons in the program. 2012 - Saw action in all 14 games, with 10 starts ... Made his first career start at Rice ... Made 21 tackles on the season, with a best of five stops at Cal ... Collected four tackles vs. Oregon State ... Had three stops each at Rice and vs. Stanford. 2011 - Saw action in eight games off the bench and on special teams ... Made one tackle at Oregon State ... Had three tackles at Stanford ... Made two stops vs. Washington State, 1.0 for loss ... One tackle at Arizona. 2010 - Saw action in seven games off the bench ... Made his first appearance in the Stanford contest and had one tackle assist ... Also saw action at Texas, but did not play versus WSU, at Cal, at Oregon or against Arizona ... Played off the bench against Oregon State and Washington ... Credited with one solo tackle at Arizona State ... Saw action against USC, but was not credited with a tackle. HIGH SCHOOL - Played football at Honolulu, HI 'Iolani HS for coach Wendell Look ... Ranked No. 50 defensive tackle nationally by scout.com ... PrepStar All-Region selection ... Rated No. 53 player in CA/NV/HI region by SuperPrep ... Rated No. 77 defensive tackle by ESPN.com ... Rated No. 7 player in Hawaii by scout.com and No. 14 by rivals.com ... No. 70 player in the West (scout.com) ... Made 82 tackles, including 10 sacks and 18 tackles for loss ... Earned three stars from scout.com and rivals.com ... Named Interscholastic League Honolulu Defensive Player of the Year as a senior. PERSONAL - Full Name: Seali'i Apefa'i Siania Epenesa … Born: March 25, 1992… Parents: Seali'i Epenesa, Jr. and Feagaimaleata Donna Siania Epenesa ... Has no brothers or sisters … Hobbies include hanging out with family and watching movies ... History major.

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TT 2 7 21 30

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Sacks 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

TFL 0.0-0 1.0-3 0.0-0 1.0-3

INT (Td) 0 0 0 0

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RECEIVING STATISTICS -S. EVANS Years 2009 (ND) 2010 2011 (LA) 2012 (LA) TOTALS (LA)

Wide Receiver RSr. • 6-1 • 204 Inglewood, Calif. Inglewood HS/Notre Dame

No 7 19 60 79

Yds 61

Avg 8.7 Redshirted 309 16.3 877 14.6 1,186 15.0

TD 0

Lg 15

2 3 5

56 71 71

UCLA Single-Season Receptions (1938-present)

UCLA - Became a consistent producer for the Bruin offense in 2012 ... Has made 20 career starts for the Bruins ... Transfer from Notre Dame who joined the team in September, 2010 and sat out that season in accordance with NCAA rules. 2012 - Started all 14 games ... Led the team with 60 receptions, eighth-most in school single-season history ... Also led the team in receiving yards, with 877, the 11th-highest total in school single-season history ... Honorable mention All-Pac-12 selection by the coaches ... Caught a career-long 71-yard pass against Stanford in the Rose Bowl ... Made a career-high eight catches against USC (114 yds) ... Grabbed seven balls in the Holiday Bowl, including a 24-yard scoring pass ... Caught six passes against Oregon State for a career-best 148 yards, including a 65-yard scoring play ... Credited with three tackles on the season. 2011 - Saw action in 13 games, with six starts ... Fourth on the team with 19 receptions ... Had one catch (19) at Houston ... Made three catches for 32 yards against San Jose State ... One catch for 16 yards against Texas ... Made two catches for 26 yards at Stanford ... Caught a seven-yard touchdown pass against Washington State ... Made three catches for 64 yards at Arizona ... Suspended for one game by the conference office for his actions at Arizona ... Made one reception (14) against Arizona State ... Had three catches for 35 yards at Utah ... Made a 54-yard touchdown grab against Colorado ... Caught two balls at USC (13) ... Made a 29-yard reception in the bowl game against Illinois. 2010 - Transferred to UCLA and enrolled in classes in September ... Did not see game action in his first year with the UCLA team (due to transfer) and now has a season of eligibility remaining. 2009 (NOTRE DAME) - Saw game action in six contests, including the first five games and Washington State (game 8) ... Credited with seven receptions for 61 yards ... Grabbed his first career catch at Michigan and finished with two receptions for 15 yards ... One catch (12) v. Purdue ... Had four receptions (34) against Washington ... Also made one special teams appearance. HIGH SCHOOL - Played at Inglewood, CA HS for coach Charles Mincy ... Caught 51 passes for 810 yards and 11 touchdowns as a senior ... Grabbed 37 passes for 700 yards and six touchdowns as a junior ... Participated in the Hawaii Prep Football Classic, matching an all-star team from the U.S. mainland against an all-star team from Hawaii ... Selected to play in the U.S. Army All-American game ... Ranked as the 41st overall player in the ESPNU 150 ... Fourth-best receiver on that listing ... Rated 44th-best player nationally and eighth-best wide receiver in country by The Sporting News ... Dubbed the best playmaker in the west by The Sporting News ... Named to the Western 100 by the Tacoma News-Tribune ... Ranked as 20th-best overall player according to SI/TAKKLE Top 200 ... Rated 36th in the Offense-Defense Top 100 ... Rated 127th overall player according to scout.com ... Ranked 160th in rivals250 ... Named 17th-best overall prospect in California according to rivals.com ... Ranked as one of the top 100 high school prospects according to Tom Lemming of CBS College Sports ... Rated 39th in Athlon 2009 Consensus 100 ... Selected to SuperPrep All-America team as the ninth-rated wide receiver ... Named to SuperPrep's Far West 150, ranked as seventh overall player and best wide receiver in the area ... Named top wide receiver and sixth overall player in California's 2009 class by Contra Costa Times ... Named honorable mention for 2009 Long Beach PressTelegram's Best in the West team ... Placed on all-state third team by CalHiSports. com following his senior season. PERSONAL - Full Name: Shaquelle Evans ... Born: March 7, 1991 ... Mother: Kelisha Wright ... History major.

1. 2. 3.

6. 7. 8.

J.J. Stokes Freddie Mitchell Craig Bragg Kevin Jordan Sean LaChapelle Mike Farr Nelson Rosario Shaquelle Evans

Year 1993 2000 2003 1994 1991 1988 2011 2012

No. 82 77 73 73 73 66 64 60

Yds 1,181 1,494 1,065 1,228 1,056 700 1,161 877

Avg 14.4 19.4 14.6 16.8 14.5 10.6 18.1 14.6

TD 17 9 5 7 11 0 5 3

Cl Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr.

UCLA Single-Season Receiving Yards (1938-present) 1. Freddie Mitchell 2. Danny Farmer 3. Kevin Jordan 4. J.J. Stokes 5. Nelson Rosario 6. Craig Bragg 7. Sean LaChapelle 8. Jim McElroy 9. Willie Anderson 10. Craig Bragg 11.Shaquelle Evans

Year 2000 1998 1994 1993 2011 2003 1991 1997 1987 2002 2012

No. 77 58 73 82 64 73 73 47 48 55 60

Yds 1,494 1,274 1,228 1,181 1,161 1,065 1,056 988 903 889 877

Avg 19.4 22.0 16.8 14.4 18.1 14.6 14.5 21.0 18.8 16.2 14.6

TD 9 9 7 17 5 5 11 10 6 8 3

Cl Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr.

Career Highs Receptions - 8 vs. USC, 2012 Receiving Yards - 148 vs. Oregon State, 2012

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KA'IMI FAIRBAIRN

#7

DEVIN FULLER

Kicker So. • 5-11 • 185 Kailua, HI Punahou

Receiver So. • 5-11 • 195 Norwood, NJ Northern Valley Regional

UCLA - Handled all of the Bruin placekicking chores as a freshman in 2012 ... His 104 points scored ranked T-11th on the UCLA single-season list ... His 16 field goals ranked T-11th on that school list. 2012 - Saw action in all 14 games as the Bruin placekicker ... Connected on 14 of his 15 field goal attempts from 35-yards-and-in during the season ... Made 11 in a row from that range to end the season ... Made a season-long 48-yarder against Stanford in the Rose Bowl ... His 33-yard kick at Arizona State, with no time left, provided the winning points in a 45-43 Bruin victory. HIGH SCHOOL - Ka'imi (kuh-E-me) saw action as a kicker and punter at Punahou HS for coach Kale Ane ... Two-star recruit according to rivals.com and scout.com … No. 9 prospect in the state of Hawaii according to ESPN … ESPN two-star recruit … As a senior, he put 95 percent of his kickoffs into the end zone, and hit 13 of 18 field goal tries, including one from 55 yards ... Named first-team all-state as a senior and junior and to the All-ILH Division Team ... Earned second-team all-state honors as a sophomore ... Three-year winner of the Special Team MVP Award ... Also played soccer (central defender) for coach Dave Trifonovitch ... Named first-team all-state as a senior and junior for the two-time State champs ... ILH Defensive Player of the Year his last two seasons. PERSONAL - Full Name: John Christian Ka'iminoeauloameka'ikeokekumupa'a Fairbairn … Born: Jan. 29, 1994 in Kailua, HI… Parents: John and Rochelle Fairbairn… Has one younger brother, Kona, and one younger sister Kiara ... .. Lists his biggest thrill in sports as getting the chance to meet so many people from all over the country ... Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Academic Honor Roll in Fall 2012 ... Lists the NFL's Billy Cundiff as the athlete he admires the most. Field Goal Stats - Ka'imi Fairbairn Year 2012

fg-fga 16-22

01-19 0-0

20-29 7-7

30-39 7-9

40-49 2-5

50+ 0-1

LG 48

Career Highs Long FG - 48 yards vs. Stanford, 2012; Most FG in a Game - 3 vs. Houston, 2012 Most FG Attempts in a Game - 4 vs. Nebraska, 2012

UCLA Single-Season Field Goals (1942-present) 1. 2.

John Lee Kai Forbath Justin Medlock 4. Kai Forbath 5. John Lee 6. Bjorn Merten 7. Chris Sailer Alfredo Velasco 9. Kai Forbath 10. Alfredo Velasco 11. Ka'imi Fairbairn David Franey John Lee

Year 1984 2009 2006 2007 1985 1993 1997 1987 2008 1988 2012 1986 1983

FGA 36 31 32 30 25 26 25 24 22 19 22 21 20

FGM 32 28 28 25 22 21 20 20 19 17 16 16 16

Pct .889 .903 .875 .833 .880 .808 .800 .833 .864 .895 .727 .762 .800

Cl Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr.R Sr. Fr.R Jr. So. So. Jr. Fr. Sr. So.

Career Highs Receptions - 7 at Stanford, 2012 Receiving Yards - 42 at Stanford, 2012 Touchdown Receptions - 1, at Washington State, 2012; at Arizona State, 2012

RECEIVING STATISTICS -D. FULLER Years 2012

Skip Hicks Maurice Jones-Drew Skip Hicks 4. John Lee 5. Justin Medlock 6. Chris Sailer 7. Kai Forbath Alfredo Velasco 9. Kai Forbath John Lee 11. Ka'imi Fairbairn Chris Sailer

Year 1997 2005 1996 1984 2006 1997 2009 1987 2007 1985 2012 1998

TD 26 20 20 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PAT 0 0 0 21 29 52 24 48 30 39 56 62

FG 0 0 0 32 28 19 28 20 25 22 16 14

Pts 156 120 120 117 113 109 108 108 105 105 104 104

Years 2012

Yds 145

Avg 7.2

TD 2

Lg 18

No 9

Yds 167

Avg 18.6

TD 0

Lg 36

TD 0

Lg 6

PUNT RETURN STATISTICS -D. FULLER

Cl Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Fr.R Sr. Fr. Sr.

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UCLA Single-Season Scoring (1942-present) 1. 2.

UCLA - Outstanding athlete who found a home at receiver during the 2012 season. 2012 - Saw action in nine games, with two starts, at receiver ... Made 20 catches on the season for 145 yards and two scores ... Returned nine kickoffs for an 18.6 average and long of 36 yards ... Returned two punts for a 3.0 yard average ... Started both Stanford games ... Made a Bruin true freshman record seven catches in the P12 Championship Game for a total of 42 yds ... Had three-catch games vs. Baylor (12) and USC (25) ... Scored touchdowns at Arizona State (15) and at Washington State (10). HIGH SCHOOL - Played four varsity seasons at Northern Valley Regional HS for coach Brian Dunn as a quarterback, defensive back ... Four-star ranking according to scout.com and the nation’s No. 3 quarterback … Nation’s No. 3 Athlete according to rivals.com … Four-star ranking by rivals.com … Ranked as rivals.com’s No. 37 player in the nation and the No. 2 player in the state of New Jersey … No. 7 quarterback according to ESPN and a four-star recruit … ESPN’s No. 1-rated prospect in New Jersey and No. 39 national recruit … Played in the U.S. Army All-America Bowl … Tom Lemming All-American … Maxwell Award finalist ... SuperPrep AllAmerican and the No. 4 quarterback in the nation … As a senior, he completed 127 of 195 passes for 2,247 yards and 20 touchdowns, nine interceptions … Had 120 rushes for 1,326 yards and 17 touchdowns … As a junior, he completed 95 of 143 passes for 1,886 yards and 20 touchdowns, five interceptions … Ran for 2,306 yards and 32 touchdowns … Finished his career with over 10,000 yards of total offense (6,148 passing, 4,589 rushing) and 118 touchdowns (58 passing, 60 rushing) … Made 40 tackles and two interceptions as a defensive back ... Also earned four letters in track (100-10.7, 200-21.6 and 400m-48.0) for coach Peter Dunn ... Earned one letter in basketball. PERSONAL - Full Name: Devin Lewis Fuller … Born: January 29, 1994 in Englewood, NJ… Parents: Bart and Cynthia Fuller … Has one younger brother, Jordan, and a younger sister, Jasmine ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as throwing a touchdown pass in the state championship game with 23 seconds left ... Lists the NFL's Michael Vick as the athlete he admires the most … Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Academic Honor Roll in Fall 2012 ... Hobbies include music and staying active ... Enjoys singing ... Interested in a possible broadcasting career ... Undeclared major.

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RANDALL GOFORTH #3

SIMON GOINES #70

Safety So. • 5-10 • 190 Long Beach, Calif. Long Beach Poly

Offensive Tackle So. • 6-6 • 325 Keller, Texas Keller Central

UCLA - Randall came on strong over the course of the season and was a regular contributor on special teams and in the secondary, where he made five starts. 2012 - Made five starts on the season (Nebraska, Arizona, at Washington State, USC, Baylor) ... Led the team with nine stops in a starting role (strong safety) against Nebraska ... Made at least three tackles in six games ... Picked off a pass against Houston, one of five Bruin interceptions on the day ... Had five tackles and a tackle for loss at Arizona State ... Registered four tackles each in games at Washington and versus Arizona ... ... Recorded six tackles in a start against Baylor ... Made three punt returns for 48 yards (16.0 average). HIGH SCHOOL - Played four seasons at Long Beach Poly HS for coach Raul Lara ... Three-star ranking according to scout.com … Nation’s No. 25 cornerback … Three-star rivals.com ranking … No. 37 cornerback in the nation and No. 71 prospect in the state of California according to rivals.com … Rated as No. 37 player in CA/NV/HI region by SuperPrep … Four-star recruit according to ESPN … ESPN’s No. 45 wide receiver and the No. 39 prospect in California … As a senior, made 12 catches for 161 yards and two touchdowns … Credited with 79 tackles, four interceptions and one fumble recovery … As a junior, recorded 14 receptions for 245 yards and one touchdown … Also served as a kick returner. PERSONAL - Full Name: Randall Jordan Goforth … Born: Jan. 27, 1994 in Long Beach, CA… Parents: Ronnie and Aileen Goforth… Has four brothers -- Patrick, Ronnie, Ryan, Ralen ... .. Lists his biggest thrill in sports as playing varsity football with his older brother Ryan ... Lists the NFL's Alterraun Verner as the athlete he admires the most … Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Academic Honor Roll in Fall 2012 ... Hobbies include playing basketball and spending time with friends and family ... Undeclared major.

UCLA - Simon performed well enough at fall camp to earn a starting job at right tackle during the 2012 season. 2012 - Goines started 13 games at right tackle to match Xavier Su'a-Filo's school record for a true freshman position player set in 2010 ... He was one of three Bruin freshmen lineman to start in the season-opener at Rice, the most freshmen UCLA has ever started along the o-line in a season's first game. ... Helped pave the way for Johnathan Franklin to set school single-season and career rushing records. HIGH SCHOOL - Played four seasons at Keller, TX Central HS for coach Bart Helsley ... Three-star ranking according to scout.com … Nation’s No. 37 offensive tackle … Three-stars according to rivals.com … Rivals.com No. 55 offensive tackle and No. 71 prospect in the state of Texas … ESPN three-star ranking and the No. 56 offensive tackle in the nation … Rated No. 77 player in Texas by ESPN … Considered the No. 47 player in Texas by SuperPrep … As a senior, he made 11 pancake blocks … Had two tackles, both sacks… Also lettered in track and field and in basketball ... Advanced to regionals in track and was the leading scorer on his AAU basketball team in Dallas. PERSONAL - Full Name: Simon Goines … Born: Jan. 8, 1994 in Chicago, IL… Parents: Walter and Cheryl Goines … Has one brother, Ryan, and four sisters - Lynette, Pollette, Renee, Michell ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as going to the playoffs in high school footbal ... Lists the NFL's Tyron Smith as the athlete he admires the most … Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Academic Honor Roll in Fall 2012 ... Hobbies include listening to music and being with friends ... The NFL's Tiki and Ronde Barber are cousins ... Undeclared major.

Career Highs Tackles - 9 vs. Nebraska, 2012 Tackles for Loss: 1.0 at Arizona State, 2012 Interceptions: 1 vs. Houston, 2012

TACKLE STATISTICS - R. GOFORTH Year 2012

TT 40

T-AT 27-13

Sacks 0.0

TFL 1.0-1

INT (Td) 1

PUNT RETURN STATISTICS - R. GOFORTH Year TCB Yds Avg TD Lg 2012 3 48 16.0 0 36 Most Punt Returns in a Game: 2 vs. Arizona, 2012 Most Punt Return Yards in a Game: 48 yards vs. Arizona, 2012 Longest Punt Return: 36 yards vs. Arizona, 2012

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KEENAN GRAHAM

#26

AHMAAD HARRIS

Defensive End RSr. • 6-1 • 255 Las Vegas, Nev. Silverado

Receiver RFr. • 5-4 • 165 Suwanee, Ga. Peachtree Ridge

UCLA - Keenan will compete for playing time at defensive end ... Pass rusher who possesses good overall athletic ability. 2012 - Saw action in 11 games, with one start (at Stanford in the P12 Championship Game) ... Made three stops, each, in games at Rice (one sack) and at Stanford. 2011 - Saw action in 14 games, with one start ... Had two tackles against Texas ... Made one stop vs. Washington State ... Recorded one tackle, 0.5 for loss, at Arizona ... Had three stops, 1.0 for loss, against Cal ... Made four tackles vs. Colorado, including a sack ... Two tackles at USC ... Had one stop at Oregon ... Totaled a careerbest six tackles in the bowl game against Illinois in his lone start of the season. 2010 - Appeared in 12 games and made six starts ... Saw first action as a Bruin at Kansas State and made one tackle assist ... Started against Houston and made two tackles and a pass break up ... At Texas, he started and made three tackles, including a sack, and broke up one pass ... Also started against Washington State and at Cal ... One stop at Oregon and two against Arizona ... Played off the bench against Oregon State ... Made four tackles, including a sack, at Washington ... Two stops at Arizona State ... One tackle against USC. 2009 - Did not see action in his first season in the program and has one year of eligibility remaining ... Defensive co-winner of UCLA’s Charles Pike Memorial Award for Outstanding Scout Team Player ... Missed the early part of training camp due to injury. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered three seasons at defensive end at Silverado HS for coach Andy Ostalaza ... Rated No. 6 defensive end nationally and No. 1 in the West by scout. com ... Rated No. 6 defensive end by Tom Lemming ... SuperPrep All-American (No. 13 defensive lineman) and No. 11 prospect in Far West ... Ranked No. 58 national prospect by scout.com ... Ranked No. 14 weakside defensive end by rivals.com ... PrepStar All-America selection ... Tacoma News-Tribune Western 100 ... Scout.com No. 1 prospect in Nevada ... No. 2 player in the state of Nevada according to rivals. com ... Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West honorable mention ... As a senior, he was credited with 73 tackles, seven sacks and three fumble recoveries in seven games ... Named Region’s Defensive Player of the Year ... Selected first-team All-Sunrise League performer for two straight years ... Recorded 72 tackles and 15 sacks as a junior ... Earned three letters in track (sprints and throws) for coach Jerry Oliver ... As a junior, he was the Region shot put champion and had a sixth-place finish at the State meet ... Also was part of the Region Championship 4x100 relay team ... Lettered one season in basketball for coach Ron Childress. PERSONAL - Full Name: Keenan Simnotta Graham … Born: March 18, 1991 in Camp Springs, MD … Parents: Vijay (step dad) and Jacqueline Maharaj; Coylen Graham (dad) … Has three sisters, Nyeesha, Kuniko and Quantasia ... Lists former NFL linebacker Ray Lewis as the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include playing video games, basketball and football ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as helping his prep team go undefeated for the first time in its history ... Attended seven different schools in four different states from K-12 ... His grandfather played college football ... Afro-American Studies major. Career Highs Tackles - 6 vs. Illinois, 2011 Sacks - 1.0, four times, last at Rice, 2012 Tackles for loss - 1.0, five times, last at Rice, 2012

TACKLE STATISTICS - K. GRAHAM Year 2010 2011 2012 Totals

TT 18 20 9 47

T-AT 13-5 12-8 6-3 31-16

Sacks 2.0-13 1.0-7 1.0-3 4.0-23

TFL 2.0-13 2.5-16 1.0-3 5.5-32

INT (Td) 0 0 0 0

UCLA - Gained valuable experience as a receiver and return man in spring practice. 2012 - Did not see action in his first season in the program. HIGH SCHOOL - Played at Peachtree Ridge HS for coach Mark Fleetwood ... A twostar recruit according to scout.com … As a senior, he made 41 catches for 495 yards and two touchdowns … Had one rushing attempt, a 76-yard touchdown ... Earned first-team all-county honors ... Second-team all-state ... Was the offensive team captain and offensive MVP ... Also competed in track and field. PERSONAL - Full name: Ahmaad RaShaun Harris ... Born December 27, 1993 in Newport News, VA ... Parents: Anthony Harris and Suzette Hardy ... Chose to come to UCLA because of its great tradition and to get a great education ... Lists his biggest athletic thrill as scoring his first touchdown in a varsity game ... Baseball's Derek Jeter is the athlete he admires most ... Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Academic Honor Roll in Fall 2012 ... Hobbies include shopping and hanging out with friends ... Undeclared major.

RYAN HOFMEISTER

#53

Inside Linebacker RJr. • 6-0 • 222 Riverside, Calif. Vista Murrieta HS/Riverside CC UCLA - Ryan saw his first action as a Bruin in the 2012 season, seeing duty on special teams and making two starts at linebacker ... He enrolled at UCLA for the 2011 Spring Quarter, coming from RIverside CC. 2012 - Appeared in 13 games, with two starts (at Cal, at Colorado) ... Also saw action on special teams ... Made one tackle vs. Houston and Oregon State ... Registered two stops at Colorado, and three at Cal ... Made two stops at ASU, versus Arizona, at Washington State ... One tackle in win over USC and vs. Stanford. 2011 - Did not see game action in his first season in the program. 2010 (RIVERSIDE CITY COLLEGE) - Earned conference Defensive Player of the Year honors at Riverside City College ... RCC finished 10-1, captured the East Central Conference championship and won the Central Conference Bowl over L.A. Harbor College ... Played for coach Tom Craft ... Member of the SuperPrep JUCO 100 (No. 86) ... Earned three stars from rivals.com ... Led team with 137 tackles, including 1.5 sacks, 10 TFLs ... Recorded three pass breakups, forced a fumble and blocked one kick. HIGH SCHOOL - As a senior in 2009, he made 126 tackles, including nine sacks for a Vista Murrieta HS team which went 13-1 under coach Coley Candaele ... Helped lead his squad to the CIF-Southern Section finals, a first for his school ... Totaled 24 tackles and two sacks in semifinal game against Norco ... Named 2009 AllValley Defensive Player of the Year ... Selected 2009 All-CIF Southern Section Inland Division ... Made 96 tackles as a junior ... Team won three straight league titles ... Earned two letters in track. PERSONAL - Full Name: Ryan Douglas Hofmeister ... Born July 16, 1992 in Long Beach, CA … Parents: Steven (deceased) and Catherine Hofmeister ... Has one sister, Lauren ... Hobbies include drawing, off-roading, motocross and fishing ... Athletic Director's Honor Roll Spring 2011, Fall 2011 ... Geography and Environmental Studies major. Career Highs Tackles - 3 at Cal, 2012

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TT 15

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T-AT 10-5

Sacks 0.0-0

TFL 0.0-0

INT (Td) 0

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CARL HULICK #57

Center RFr. • 6-2 • 278 Yorba Linda, Calif. Esperanza UCLA - Gained valuable experience in his first spring practice and will look to crack the offensive line rotation in the fall. 2012 - Did not see action in his first season in the program. HIGH SCHOOL - Played three varsity seasons at Esperanza HS for coach Greg Kemp ... Three-star recruit according to rivals.com … The No. 14 center prospect in the nation and the No. 95 recruit in California according to rivals.com … A three-star recruit according to scout.com … Scout’s No. 15 center in the nation … Listed as the No. 145 prospect in the CA/NV/HI region by SuperPrep … ESPN two-star recruit … Named All-CIF Southwest Division at offensive line … As a senior, he was firstteam All-CIF and second-team All-County ... Had 26.5 decleats ... Served as team captain as a senior and junior ... Named his high school's Athlete of the Year as a senior ... Had 20 tackles on defense … Totaled 48 tackles, with one sack, as a junior, and added 20 decleats … Earned 2011-12 National Football Hall of Fame Scholar Athlete Award ... Also lettered four seasons as a wrestler in high school (named team MVP and won league championship as a senior and advanced to the State meet) and one year in track and field ... Named 2012 CIF Southern Section Most Outstanding Wrestler in "upper weights" and was CIF Southern Section heavyweight champion ... Two-time State wrestling meet qualifier (finished ninth and fourth in state) ... Spent four years on the All-Academic Football and Wrestling teams. PERSONAL - Full Name: Carl Webster Hulick II … Born: April 7, 1993 in Fullerton, CA … Parents: Carl and Julianna Hulick … His father was a state wrestling finalist at San Marino HS and also wrestled for Cal Poly SLO and played one year of football there ... His dad also finished his education at Cal State Bakersfield where he wrestled while competing for a spot on the 1984 Olympic team ... Has an older sister, Christina, and a younger brother, Frank ... Hobbies include spearfishing, hunting, mountain biking, skate boarding and fishing .... Was a competitive mountain bike racer ... Also played roller hockey and water polo growing up, as well as little league baseball ... Relatives that are UCLA alums include Martha Jane Leonard ('34), David Huntsman ('92) and Amy Hulick ('96) ... Biggest thrill in sports was pinning a wrestling opponent, when it was the only way to advance to State as a high school junior ... Lists the NFL's Joe Hawley and Brett Keisel as the athlete he most admires ... Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Academic Honor Roll in Fall and Winter 2012 ... Interested in a a career in the oil industry ... History major.

BRETT HUNDLEY #17

BRETT HUNDLEY

Quarterback RSo. • 6-3 • 222 Chandler, Ariz. Chandler UCLA - Had a record-setting debut season in 2012 ... Established new school marks for single-season completions (318-old mark Drew Olson, 2005 -242), single-season passing yardage (3,740 yds-old mark Cade McNown, 1998-3,470 yds) and single-season total offense (4,095 yds-old mark Cade McNown, 1998-3,652 yds) ... Became the first Bruin quarterback to throw for at least 300 yards in three straight games ... Took part in his third spring practice in 2013. 2012 - Starter in all 14 games ... Scored a touchdown on his first collegiate play, a 72-yard run in the season-opener at Rice ... Threw for 202 yards and two touchdowns and ran seven times for 68 yards against the Owls ... Totaled 305 yards passing, four touchdowns and 53 rushing yards in win over Nebraska ... Threw for 320 yards against Houston and 372 against Oregon State ... His effort against Oregon State marked the first time a Bruin had ever thrown for at least 300 yards in three straight games in a season ... The 404 yards of total offense against the 2013 UCLA FOOTBALL

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Beavers was the second-highest ever by a Bruin freshman (Tommy Maddox 445 v. USC, 1990) and the fifth-highest in school history ... He threw for two scores and ran for two more at Colorado ... His 31 completions in the game at Cal were the most-ever by a Bruin freshman and rank third on the all-time school list ... He moved past Maddox, who had 17, for most scoring passes by a Bruin freshman with his four- touchdown performance in the win at Arizona State ... Completed 23 of 28 passes against Arizona (288 yds) and 16 straight attempts during one stretch of the contest, one short of matching the school record ... Established a new school singleseason completions record (finished season with 318) during the game against USC ... Set a new school single-season total offense record (finished season with 4,095 yards) in the P12 Championship Game at Stanford ... Established a new school mark for passing yards in a season (finished with 3,740 yards) when he threw for 329 yards and three scores in the Holiday Bowl ... His total of 29 scoring passes ranked second on the all-time school list (Drew Olson 34-2005) ... Rushed for 355 yards and nine touchdowns ... Named honorable mention all-conference by the coaches ... Received the John Boncheff, Jr. Memorial Award for Rookie of the Year at the annual team award banquet. 2011 - Did not see action in his first year in the program ... Earned the Coach Ed Kezirian "Coach K" team award for Academic and Athletic Balance. MEDIA GUIDE

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Bruin Freshmen 300-Yard Passers * = true freshman

HIGH SCHOOL - Played football for coach Jim Ewan at Chandler, AZ HS ... Member of the SuperPrep Elite 50 (No. 22) ... SuperPrep All-American (No. 3 qb) ... SuperPrep Farwest Offensive Player of the Year ... Played in the UnderArmour All-Star game, throwing a 58-yard scoring pass ... Rated as the No. 3 quarterback nationally by scout.com and SuperPrep ... Rated No. 39 national prospect by scout.com ... Member of rivals100 - No. 72 ... Rated No. 94 national prospect by Tom Lemming ... Ranked as No. 6 quarterback and No. 107 among all players by ESPN.com ... Rated nation's No. 5 dual-threat quarterback by rivals.com ... Earned five stars from scout.com and four stars from rivals.com and ESPN.com ... First UCLA quarterback recruit ever to earn five-star ranking ... Member of the PrepStar Dream Team (No. 123 prospect) ... Rated No. 4 player in Arizona by rivals.com ... Member of Tacoma News-Tribune Western 100 ... Member of Long Beach Press-Telegram Best-in-theWest ... As a senior, completed 139 of 225 passes (62%) for 2,348 yards, 20 touchdowns and two interceptions ... Also led the team in rushing with 856 yards (7.0 avg.) and nine touchdowns ... Won the passing competition at the UnderArmour All-American Game Skills Challenge ... As a junior, completed 107 of 170 passing attempts (63%) for 1,517 yards, 16 touchdowns and two interceptions ... Rushed for 1,208 yards and 12 touchdowns ... Named Arizona's Gatorade Player of the Year in 2009. PERSONAL - Full Name: Brett Hundley ... Born: June 15, 1993 in Arizona … Parents: Brett, Sr. and April Hundley ... Dad played football (lettered at running back in 1986) at the University of Arizona ... Has an uncle who played quarterback at Wichita State ... Has two sisters, Tatum and Paris ... Lists former NFL quarterback Donovan McNabb as the famous athlete he admires ... Athletic Director’s Honor Roll in Winter 2011 ... Economics major. VARSITY PASSING STATISTICS - B. HUNDLEY Year 2012

Att 478

Comp 318

Int 11

Yds 3,740

TD 29

LG 71

VARSITY RUSHING STATISTICS - B. HUNDLEY Year 2012

Att 160

YG 702

YdL 347

NetYds 355

Avg. 2.2

TD 9

LG 72

2. 29 – Brett Hundley (FR), 2012

UCLA Single-Season Total Offense (1937-present) Brett Hundley Cade McNown

Year 2012 1998

Plays 638 432

Rush 355 182

Pass 3,740 3,470

Tot Yds 4,095 3,652

Cl Fr.R Sr.

UCLA Single-Season Passing Yardage (1937-present) 1. 2.

Brett Hundley Cade McNown

Year 2012 1998

Att Comp Yds Pct 478 318 3,740 .665 357 207 3,470 .580

TD 29 25

Cl Fr.R Sr.

Year 2012 2005

Att Comp Yds Pct 478 318 3,740 .665 378 242 3,198 .640

TD 29 34

Pac-12 Single-Season Total Offense

Year

Tot Yds

1. Cody Pickett, Washington 2. Nick Foles, Arizona 3. Brock Osweiler, Arizona State Matt Scott, Arizona 5.Brett Hundley, UCLA

2002 2011 2011 2012 2012

4,273 4,226 4,126 4,126 4,095

Name 1.Tommy Maddox 2. Brett Hundley 3. Kevin Prince 3. Brett Hundley 4. Tommy Maddox 5. Kevin Prince 6. Cory Paus 7. Tommy Maddox Brett Hundley 9. Brett Hundley 10. Kevin Prince 11. Brett Hundley 12. Cade McNown*

Year 1990 2012 2009 2012 1990 2009 1999 1990 2012 2012 2009 2012 1995

Yds 445 404 390 358 356 332 324 319 319 318 314 304 301

Opponent USC Oregon State Washington State Nebraska Oregon California Oregon Michigan Baylor Houston Oregon State Arizona Fresno St.

UCLA Career Passing Leaders (based on completions) 1. Cade McNown 2. Drew Olson 3. Tom Ramsey 4. Cory Paus 5. Troy Aikman 6. Tommy Maddox 7. Wayne Cook 8. Kevin Prince 9. Brett Hundley

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Cl Fr.R Sr.

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Opponent USC Oregon State Michigan Oregon Oregon Baylor Oregon State Houston Washington State California Fresno State Nebraska

Years Att 1995-98 1,250 2002-05 1,148 1979-82 751 1999-02 816 1987-88 627 1990-91 670 1991-94 612 2009-12 630 2011- 478

Comp 694 664 441 439 406 391 352 343 318

TD Yds 68 10,708 67 8,532 50 6,168 42 6,877 41 5,298 33 5,363 34 4,723 23 4,277 29 3,740

Pct .555 .578 .587 .538 .648 .584 .575 .544 .665

Cade McNown Drew Olson Cory Paus Tom Ramsey Tommy Maddox Troy Aikman Wayne Cook Dennis Dummit Kevin Prince Gary Beban Brett Hundley

Years Att 1995-98 1,250 2002-05 1,148 1999-02 816 1979-82 751 1990-91 670 1987-88 627 1991-94 612 1969-70 552 2009-12 630 1965-67 465 2011- 478

Comp 694 664 439 441 391 406 352 289 343 243 318

TD Yds 68 10,708 67 8,532 42 6,877 50 6,168 33 5,363 41 5,298 34 4,723 29 4,356 23 4,277 23 4,087 29 3,740

Pct .555 .578 .538 .587 .584 .648 .575 .524 .544 .522 .665

UCLA Career Total Offense Leaders

UCLA Single-Season Passing (1937-present) (based on completions) 1. Brett Hundley 2. Drew Olson

Yds 409 372 353 332 332 329 323 320 314 311 306 305

Bruin Freshmen QB 300-Yard Total Offense Performers

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

UCLA Touchdown Passes in a Season

1. 2.

Year 1990 2012 1990 1990 1999 2012 2009 2012 2009 2009 1995 2012

UCLA Career Passings Yards Leaders

***Hundley’s 50-Yard Plus Rushing Games --- 2012: at Rice 68, Nebraska 53, Utah 68, at Stanford 83

1. 34 – Drew Olson, 2005

Name 1. Tommy Maddox 2. Brett Hundley 3. Tommy Maddox 4. Tommy Maddox Cory Paus 6. Brett Hundley 7. Kevin Prince 8. Brett Hundley 9. Kevin Prince 10. Kevin Prince 11. Cade McNown* 12. Brett Hundley

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Cade McNown Drew Olson Cory Paus Tom Ramsey Tommy Maddox Gary Beban Troy Aikman Kevin Prince Wayne Cook John Sciarra Dennis Dummit Brett Hundley

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Years 1995-98 2002-05 1999-02 1979-82 1990-91 1965-67 1987-88 2009-12 1991-94 1972-75 1969-70 2011-

Plays 1,563 1,347 960 1,055 837 937 784 867 746 670 726 638

Rush 577 -208 -427 87 119 1,271 -4 724 -185 1,813 -59 355

Pass 10,708 8,532 6,877 6,168 5,363 4,087 5,298 4,277 4,723 2,651 4,356 3,740

Yds 11,285 8,324 6,450 6,255 5,482 5,358 5,294 5,001 4,538 4,464 4,297 4,095

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NATE IESE

#6

JORDON JAMES

Outside Linebacker RFr. • 6-3 • 243 Elk Grove, Calif. Sheldon

Running Back RJr. • 5-9 • 194 Corona, Calif. Corona

UCLA - Nate gained valuable experience in his first spring practice and will look to find a spot in the regular defensive rotation at either linebacker or end. 2012 - Did not see action in his first season in the program ... Worked on both offense and defense on the scout teams in practice. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered two seasons at Sheldon HS for coach Josh Crabtree ... Three-star ranking according to scout.com … The nation’s No. 61 defensive end according to scout.com … Three-star ranking by rivals.com … Rated as the No. 84 player in the CA/NV/HI region by SuperPrep … ESPN three-star recruit … Ranked No. 97 prospect in California and No. 119 defensive end by ESPN … As a senior, he had 50 tackles, 8.5 tackle for loss, 1.5 sacks, two fumbles caused, three fumbles recovered … Named second-team MaxPreps All-Sac.-Joaquin … Also played tight end and made 42 receptions for 522 yards and seven touchdowns … First-team All-Metro tight end and first-team All-Section as defensive end ... As a junior, he registered 50 tackles, three sacks, two interceptions and two fumbles caused ... Also lettered in basketball for coach Joey Rawlins. PERSONAL - Full Name: Nathaniel Iese … Born: September 25, 1994 in Modesto, CA… Parents: Okesene and April Iese … Has one brother, Joseph and five sisters Nicole, Naomi, Nahamani, Naarah, Noel ... Cousin of current Bruin Seali'i Epenesa ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as winning sections, NorCal championship and going to State in basketball ... Lists the NFL's Troy Polamalu as the athlete he admires the most … Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Honor Roll in Fall 2012 ... Hobbies include drums, piano, guitar, ukulele, singing, basketball ... Also likes to write songs ... Undeclared major.

UCLA -Jordon is an exciting back, with big-play potential ... Can also be utilized as a receiver and return man. 2012 - Saw action in all 14 games, with three starts (Houston, at Colorado, at Cal) ... Fourth on the squad in rushing with 215 yards on 61 attempts ... Scored two rushing touchdowns ... Caught 28 passes for 204 yards and a score ... Returned one kickoff for 20 yards ... Grabbed four passes for 45 yards at Rice ... Rushed for 27 yards against Nebraska ... Caught a 12-yard scoring pass from Brett Hundley vs. Houston ... Ran for 33 yards and had two receptions (22) at Colorado ... Made six receptions (36) at Cal ... Rushed for 37 yards vs. Arizona ... Made two catches in the home game vs. Stanford ... Caught five balls (37) in the P12 Championship Game at Stanford. 2011 - Appeared in 14 games, with three starts at f-back (running back in pistol formation) ... Carried the ball in 10 games ... Had his best performance of the season with 29 yards on three carries and a touchdown at Oregon State ... Rushed for 15 yards against Colorado on two carries ... Had several big pass receptions, including one for 40 yards against Texas, one for 21 at Stanford and one for 29 against USC. 2010 - Did not see game action in his first year in the program ... Offensive winner of UCLA's Charles Pike Memorial Award for Outstanding Scout Team Player. HIGH SCHOOL - Played four seasons at Corona (CA) HS ... Tom Lemming All-American (No. 23 nationally) ... Rated No. 3 tailback by Tom Lemming / Max Preps ... Member of ESPN 150 (No. 38) ... Rated No. 5 running back by ESPN.com ... Ranked No. 63 national prospect and No. 11 running back by scout.com ... Rated No. 109 national prospect and No. 8 running back by rivals.com ... SuperPrep All-American (No. 11 running back) ... Rated No. 9 player in California by scout.com and No. 15 by rivals.com ... Rated No. 10 player in CA/NV/HI region by SuperPrep ... Rated No. 14 player in the West by scout.com ... Member of Tacoma News-Tribune Western 100 ... Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West first-team selection ... Earned four stars from rivals.com and scout.com ... PrepStar Dream Team selection (No. 87 national prospect) ... Rushed for 1,197 yards on 171 carries in his senior season ... Totaled almost 3,700 yards rushing and 35 touchdowns in his three-year varsity career ... Also caught seven passes for touchdowns in his career ... Played in the 2010 Under Armour All-America game ... Three-time first-team all-league ... Team MVP as a senior and junior ... Named team Offensive Player of the Year as a sophomore ... Also participated two seasons in baseball and track and field. PERSONAL - Full Name: Jordon Edward James … Born: September 18, 1991 in Orange, CA … Parents: Elgin and Tonia James … Has a younger brother, Drew ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as just being able to play football each day ... Lists NFL running back Reggie Bush as the athlete he admires the most … Has a black belt in Taekwondo ... Regional award winner for National Alliance African-American Athletes ... Hobbies include playing video games ... History major. Career Highs Rushing Attempts: 7 vs. Houston, 2012 Rushing Yards: 37 vs. Arizona, 2012 Receptions: 6 at Cal, 2012 Receiving Yards: 45 at Rice, 2012

RUSHING STATISTICS - J. JAMES Year 2011 2012 Totals

TCB 20 61 81

Yds 68 234 302

YL 14 19 33

Net 54 215 269

Avg 2.7 3.5 3.3

TD 0 1 1

LG 40 18 40

RECEIVING STATISTICS - J. JAMES Year 2011 2012 Totals

No 7 28 35

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Yds 122 204 326

Avg. 17.4 7.3 9.3

TD 1 2 3

Lg 14 25 25

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ANTHONY JEFFERSON #23

Cornerback RJr. • 6-1 • 185 Los Angeles, Calif. Cathedral UCLA - Anthony is an exciting athlete who impressed the coaching staff with his performance this past spring. 2012 - Saw action in eight games on special teams and as a reserve in the secondary ... Made five tackles on the year, four in the game at Washington State. 2011 - Did not see game action due to injury. 2010 - Saw action in three games in the secondary and on special teams before an injury at Cal ... Sat out the remainder of the season and was granted a substitute season of eligibility. HIGH SCHOOL - Played three seasons at Los Angeles, CA Cathedral HS for coach Kevin Pearson ... No. 170 national prospect and No. 14 athlete by rivals.com ... No. 164 national prospect and No. 15 cornerback by scout.com ...PrepStar All-American ... SuperPrep All-American (No. 36 wr) ... Tom Lemming All-American (No. 240 national prospect at wr) ... No. 24 player in California by scout.com and No. 27 by rivals.com ... No. 25 player in CA/NV/HI region by SuperPrep ... No. 32 player in West by scout.com ... Tacoma News-Tribune Western 100 ... Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West honorable mention ... Four stars from scout.com and rivals.com ... GoldenStatePreps.com All-State first team and All-SoCal first team ... CIF-SS All-Northwest Division ... As a senior, he led his team to a 11-2 record ... Made 42 tackles and two interceptions on defense and had 63 catches for 1,286 yards and 15 touchdowns on offense ... CIF-SS Northwest Division as a junior. PERSONAL - Full Name: Anthony Jefferson, Jr. … Born: May 11, 1992 … Parents: Anthony Jefferson, Sr. and Alyce Carter … Has a brother, Skylon, and a sister, Taylor … Hobbies include watching movies ... History major.

ERIC KENDRICKS

#6

... Four tackles v. Texas ... Seven tackles at Oregon State ... Six stops at Stanford ... Made eight tackles against Washington State, one for loss ... Four stops at Arizona ... Five tackles vs. Cal, one for loss ... Three tackles at Utah ... Tied for team lead with five tackles v. Colorado, one sack ... Made seven tackles in first start at USC ... Five tackles at Oregon ... Tied for team lead with 10 tackles vs. Illinois, 0.5 for loss. 2010 - Did not see game action in his first year in the program and has two years of eligibility remaining ... Defensive winner of UCLA's Charles Pike Memorial Award for Outstanding Scout Team Player. HIGH SCHOOL - Earned three letters at Fresno, CA Herbert Hoover HS for coach Pat Plummer ... Saw action at linebacker, quarterback, running back, kicker and punter ... Rated No. 42 middle linebacker nationally by scout.com ... Rated No. 46 outside linebacker by ESPN.com ... Ranked No. 60 among outside linebackers by rivals. com ... Rated No. 88 player in California by scout.com and No. 92 by rivals.com ... Earned three stars from scout.com and rivals.com ... PrepStar All-Region selection ... GoldenStatePreps.com All-State third team and All-NorCal first team ... Served as team captain his junior and senior seasons ... As a senior, he registered 117 tackles and two interceptions ... Scored 14 touchdowns on offense ... Named first-team allleague defense by the Fresno Bee ... As a junior, he was credited with 85 tackles and two sacks ... Named first-team all-league defense ... He scored 10 touchdowns on offense ... Also earned multiple letters in basketball (team captain and first-team allleague in '09) for coach Nick French and baseball (first-team all-league in '09 and '10) for coach Sam Flores ... Named 2010 male Tri-Athlete of the Year at his school. PERSONAL - Full Name: Eric-Nathan M. Kendricks … Born: February 29, 1992 in Clovis, CA … He is a "leap year" baby ... Parents: Horace (Marv) Kendricks and Yvonne Thagon … Dad is a former Bruin football player (led UCLA in rushing in 1970 and 1971) who went on to play in the Canadian Football League ... Has a brother, Mychal (a former linebacker at Cal, now in the NFL, who intercepted a pass against the Bruins in 2009 and returned it for a touchdown), and a sister, Danielle ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as going to the Division 3 Championship game with his HS basketball team as a senior ... Lists former NFL standout Deion Sanders as the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include all sports, being with friends, golf and going to the movies ... Interested in a career in the business world ... Named to the Athletics Director's Honor Roll in Fall 2011, Winter 2012, Fall 2012, Winter 2013 ... Political Science major. Career Highs Tackles - 17 at Arizona State, 2012 Tackles for loss - 2.0 vs. Arizona, 2012 Sacks - 2.0 vs. Arizona, 2012

Inside Linebacker RJr. • 6-0 • 228 Fresno, Calif. Hoover

TACKLE STATISTICS - E. KENDRICKS Year 2011 2012 Totals

TT 76 150 226

T-AT 52-24 92-58 144-82

Sacks 2.0-9 2.0-13 4.0-22

TFL 4.5-16 6.0-21 10.5-37

INT (Td) 0 1 1

UCLA Single-Season Tackles (1975-present) UCLA - Has started his last 17 games ... He led the Pac-12 in tackles average (10.64) in 2012 ... His total of 150 tackles were the most by a UCLA player since 1978 and rank third on the all-time school list. 2012 - Starter in all 14 games ... Led the Pac-12 in tackles with an average of 10.64, a mark which ranked 11th in the nation ... He is the first Bruin to lead the conference in tackles since Spencer Havner in 2004 ... Kendricks also returned two fumbles for touchdowns (Houston, at Washington State), blocked a punt (USC) and made his first career interception (USC) ... His total of 150 tackles was the most by a Bruin player since Jerry Robinson registered a school-record 161 stops in 1978 ... He recorded nine games with double-digit tackles, including in each of the last seven games of the season ... He had a best of 17 tackles at Arizona State ... Made 15 stops in games at Washington State and versus Stanford ... Forced a fumble vs. USC and in the Holiday Bowl vs. Baylor ... He was named Pac-12 Player of the Week after the USC and Arizona wins ... Named honorable mention All-Pac-12 by the coaches ... Received the Donn Moomaw Award for Outstanding Defensive Player Against USC at the annual team awards banquet. 2011 - Saw action in all 14 games and started the final three contests ... Ranked second on team in tackles (76), tied for second with 2.0 sacks and tied for fourth with 4.5 tackles for loss ... Named an honorable mention Freshman All-American by collegefootballnews.com ... Named to honorable mention Pac-12 All-Academic team ... Earned John Boncheff Jr. Memorial team award for Rookie of the Year at the annual team banquet ... Led team with seven stops vs. San Jose State, one sack 2013 UCLA FOOTBALL

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Jerry Robinson Jerry Robinson Eric Kendricks Jerry Robinson Craig Davis Don Rogers

Year 1978 1976 2012 1977 1989 1983

No. 161 159 150 147 143 143

Cl Sr. So. So. Jr. Sr. Sr.

UCLA Career Tackles (1975-present) 1. 5. 10. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Jerry Robinson Eric Turner Craig Davis Neal Dellocono Carnell Lake Ryan Nece Stacy Argo Alterraun Verner Reggie Carter Tom Sullivan Other: Eric Kendricks

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Tackles 468 369 312 287 284 281 280 279 272 272 226

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TAYLOR LAGACE

#28

PERSONAL - Full Name: Devin Malcolm-Arthur Lucien … Born: June 26, 1993 … Parents: Darryl Lucien and Trina Matthews … Has two sisters, Briana and Dominique, and one brother, Darryl, Jr. ... The famous athletes he most admires are the NFL's Larry Fitzgerald, Brandon Marshall, Terrell Owens, Calvin Johnson and Andre Johnson ... Hobbies include playing video games ... Has an interest in Sports Administration and Business ... Undeclared major.

Inside Linebacker RFr. • 6-0 • 208 Arcadia, Calif. Arcadia

Career Highs Receptions: 3 vs. Nebraska, 2012 Receiving Yards: 70 vs. Nebraska, 2012 Long: 38 at Rice, 2012

UCLA - Taylor had an impressive first spring practice as he moved up to the linebacker position from safety. 2012 - Did not see game action in his first season in the program and worked on the scout team in practice ... Received the Charles Pike Memorial Award for Outstanding Scout Team Player (special teams) at the annual team awards banquet. HIGH SCHOOL - Played four seasons as a safety, wide receiver and return man at Arcadia HS for coach Jon Dimalante ...Three-star recruit according to rivals.com and scout.com … Scout.com’s No. 46 safety in the nation … Rated No. 82 prospect in CA/NV/HI by Super Prep … Three-star recruit according to ESPN … Rated No. 69 prospect in the state of California by ESPN and the No. 95 wide receiver … As a senior, he made 63 catches for 875 yards and five touchdowns … Credited with 45 tackles, 1.5 sacks, one interception and one fumble caused … All-CIF Southeast Division performer at wide receiver … Named team MVP ... Served as team captain ... As a junior, he had 53 receptions for 650 yards, 11 TDs … Totaled 1,045 return yards … Made 50 tackles, caused three fumbles and made four interceptions ... Earned first-team All-CIF, All-Area, All-League honors ... Pacific League Player of the Year and team MVP ... As a sophomore, earned co-team MVP honors, first-team All-Area ... Also lettered in track for coach Chris Schultz and basketball for coach Ben Cordeiro ... Named basketball team MVP as a senior ... Earned secondteam all-league honors as a sophomore. PERSONAL - Full Name: Taylor Steven Lagace ... Born: March 5, 1994 in Pasadena, CA ... Parents: Robert and Ruth Lagace ... Has one older brother, Brent, and one older sister, Stephanie ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as delivering the big hit in a game ... Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Academic Honor Roll in Fall 2012, Winter 2013 ... Hobbies include basketball, working out, mini golf and being with family and friends ... Also likes to cook ... Undeclared major.

RECEIVING STATISTICS - D. LUCIEN Year 2012

No 10

Yds 188

Avg. 18.8

TD 0

LG 38

DEVIN LUCIEN #15

Wide Receiver RSo. • 6-0 • 195 Encino, Calif. Crespi

UCLA - Exciting young player who showed great promise in 2012. 2012 - Saw action in six games ... Made 10 receptions on the season for 188 yards ... Caught two balls in the opener at Rice (45 yards) ... Made three catches in the win over Nebraska (70) ... Caught two passes against Houston (42) ... One reception (8) vs. Oregon State ... Had two receptions at Colorado (23) but was injured in that contest ... Returned to be available for limited action in the Holiday Bowl. 2011 - Did not see game action in his first year in the program. HIGH SCHOOL - Attended Crespi Carmelite High School in Encino, CA and played wide receiver for coaches Jon Mack, Jess Gardner and Russel White ... Member of PrepStar Dream Team (No. 97) ... Earned four stars from scout.com and rivals. com ... SuperPrep All-American ... Rated No. 28 receiver nationally by SuperPrep ... Ranked as No. 28 wide receiver in the nation by rivals.com and No. 44 by scout. com ... Rated as the No. 26 player in CA/HI/NV area by SuperPrep ... Rated No. 28 player in California by rivals.com ... Rated No. 190 national prospect by rivals.com ... Rated No. 284 national prospect by scout.com ... Member of Tacoma News-Tribune Western 100 ... Rated No. 5 receiver in West by scout.com ... GoldenStatePreps. com All-Southern California second team ... All-CIF Southern Section Pac-5 Division ... Made 71 receptions for 1,259 yards and 18 touchdowns as a senior ... Also lettered in track and field. 2013 UCLA FOOTBALL

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STEVEN MANFRO

#99

CASSIUS MARSH

Running Back RSo. • 5-9 • 189 Castaic, Calif. Valencia

Defensive End Sr. • 6-4 • 260 Simi Valley, Calif. Oaks Christian

UCLA - Versatile running back who can return kicks and catch the ball out of the backfield. 2012 - Saw action in 13 games with four starts (at Rice, at Arizona State, Utah, Arizona) ... Finished tied for fifth on the team in receiving (28 catches) ... Caught passes in nine games ... Also saw action on special teams as a kick returner (15 punts for 8.8 yard average / 8 kickoffs for 22.0 yard average) ... Had three catches (22 yards) and returned two kickoffs (46 yards) in his first game as a Bruin at Rice ... Hauled in a 49-yard scoring pass from Brett Hundley in the Nebraska game ... Ran 14 yards for a score vs. Houston and caught a team-high seven passes (78)... Made four receptions vs. Utah ... Ran 14 yards for a score vs. Arizona ... Caught three passes at ASU (33). 2011 - Did not see game action in his first year in the program ... Earned Charles Pike Memorial team award for Outstanding Offensive Scout Team Player. HIGH SCHOOL - Earned two varsity letters as a tailback in football at Valencia, CA HS for coach Larry Muir ... PrepStar All-Region selection ... MaxPreps Div. I All-State first-team ... GoldenStatePreps.com All-Southern California first-team ... Earned two stars from rivals.com ... Named Most Valuable Player of the Daily News East v. West All-Star game ... Named to L.A. Times All-Star team ... Named All-CIF Southern Section Northern Division Player of the Year ... First-team Daily News All-Area team ... Earned Most Valuable Player as a senior and Offensive Player of the Year as a junior ... Led team to back-to-back Foothill League championships and a 24-3 record as a starter ... Ran for 2,553 yards and 29 scores while catching 41 passes for 844 yards and 10 receiving touchdowns as a senior ... Also returned 12 kickoffs for a 29.5 yard average ... Established 27 individual school records, including 2,553 rushing yards in a season, 41 touchdowns in a season, 11.3 yards per rush average for a season ... Had 2,498 all-purpose yards as a junior ... Scored 37 touchdowns ... Caught 41 balls for 755 yards and five touchdowns ... Was named Most Valuable Player as a freshman at West Ranch HS. PERSONAL - Full Name: Steven Vincent Manfro … Born: January 23, 1993 in New York … Parents: Marc and Theresa Manfro … Dad played semipro football ... Has an older brother, Marc ... His biggest thrill in sports was breaking the Santa Clarita Valley Foothill League single-game rushing record (420 yards on 15 carries) ... Lists the NFL's Maurice Jones-Drew and Danny Woodhead as his favorite athletes … Hobbies include biking, running and bodybuilding ... Earned a spot on the Athletics Director's Honor Roll in Fall 2011, Winter 2012, Winter 2013 ... History major. Career Highs Rushing Yards: 40 vs. Arizona, 2012 Rush Attempts: 4 vs. Arizona, 2012 Receptions: 7 vs. Houston, 2012 Receiving Yards: 78 vs. Houston, 2012 Kickoff Returns: 4 vs. Baylor, 2012 Kickoff Return Yards: 96 vs. Baylor, 2012 Long Kickoff Return: 51 vs. Baylor, 2012 Punt Returns: 5 vs. Houston, 2012 Punt Return Yards: 55 vs. Houston, 2012 Long Punt Return: 27 vs. Houston, 2012

RUSHING STATISTICS - S. MANFRO Year 2012

TCB 8

Yds 70

YL 0

Net 70

Avg 8.8

TD 1

Lg 49

TD 0

Lg 51

TD 2

Lg 18

UCLA - Cassius plays with great leverage and has the ability to create havoc in an opponent's backfield ... Performed well in a strong 2012 season. 2012 - Started all 14 games ... Second among defensive linemen with 50 tackles ... Ranked second on the team with 8.0 sacks and third with 10.5 tackles for loss ... Also blocked two kicks ... Made four tackles vs. Oregon St. ... Posted six stops at Cal, with one tackle for loss and one fumble recovery ... Also caught a four-yard scoring pass from Brett Hundley ... Four tackles vs. Utah, 1.0 sacks and 1.5 tackles for loss ... One sack and a fumble recovery vs. Arizona ... Recorded nine tackles at ASU, including a sack ... Made 2.5 sacks at Washington St., forced a fumble and blocked a field goal ... Four stops in win over USC. 2011 - Saw action in 12 games with eight starts ... Was second on the team with two sacks ... Made four tackles at Houston, including his first career sack ... Made three stops, with 1.5 tackles for loss, against Texas ... Two stops at Oregon State and vs. Washington State ... Made two tackles at Arizona, with one sack ... Made one tackle versus Colorado and had one at USC ... Started at Oregon ... Came off the bench at Illinois, but was not credited with a tackle.SC, 2010 2010 - Saw action in 11 games and made four starts ... Named to Rivals.com Pac10 All-Freshman team ... Made his first appearance in the Kansas State contest and had one tackle ... Also saw action versus Stanford and Houston ... Scooped up a first quarter fumble at Texas and returned it 26 yards to set up a Bruin field goal attempt ... Made two tackles versus WSU and one at Cal ... Credited with three stops at Oregon, 0.5 for loss ... Six tackles versus Arizona ... Made his first career start in the win over Oregon State and made one tackle ... Had one tackle at Washington ... Credited with two stops at Arizona State ... Against USC, he started and was credited with six tackles ... Saw action against USC ... Defensive tri-winner of UCLA's John Boncheff, Jr. Memorial Award for Rookie of the Year. HIGH SCHOOL - Played three seasons at Westlake Village, CA Oaks Christian HS for coach Bill Reddel ... Member of PrepStar Dream Team (No. 37 national prospect) ... Rated No. 33 national prospect and No. 4 defensive tackle by rivals.com ... No. 77 on The Sporting News Top 100 ... Ranked No. 89 national prospect and No. 8 defensive tackle by scout.com ... Rated No. 22 defensive tackle nationally by Tom Lemming/MaxPreps ... Tom Lemming All-American (No. 225 prospect) ... SuperPrep All-American (No. 31 defensive lineman) ... Rated No. 6 player in California by rivals.com and No. 13 by scout.com ... Rated No. 16 player in the West by scout. com ... Rated No. 17 player in CA/NV/HI region by SuperPrep ... No. 33 defensive tackle (ESPN.com) ... Earned four stars from rivals.com and scout.com ... Member of Tacoma News-Tribune Western 100 ... Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West honorable mention ... GoldenStatePreps.com All-State first team and All-SoCal team ... CIF-SS All-Northwest Division ... Named to L.A. Times All-Star team ... Named to L.A. Daily News All-Star team ... Played in the U.S. Army All-America Game ... Made 83 tackles, including 23 sacks, as a senior ... CIF-SS All-Northwest Division coDefensive Player of the Year as a junior ... Member of two CIF championship teams. PERSONAL - Full Name: Cassius Lee Marsh … Born: July 7, 1992 in Mission Hills, CA … Parents: Curtis Marsh and Holly Ann LeBlanc … Has three brothers -- Curtis, Joshua, Joseph ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as playing in the U.S. Army AllAmerica game ... Lists NFL lineman Julius Peppers as the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include listening to music ... History major.

RECIEVING STATISTICS - S. MANFRO Year 2012

TCB 28

Yds 287

Avg 10.2

Career Highs Tackles: 9 at Arizona State, 2012 Tackles for loss: 2.5 at Washington State, 2012 Sacks: 2.5 at Washington State, 2012

KO RETURN STATISTICS - S. MANFRO Year 2012

TCB 8

Yds 176

Avg 22.0

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PUNT RETURN STATISTICS - S. MANFRO Year 2012

TCB 15

Yds 132

Avg 8.8

TD 0

Year 2010 2011 2012 Totals

Lg 27

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T-AT 18-5 13-9 31-19 62-33

Sacks 0.0 2.0-15 8.0-55 10.0-70

TFL 0.5-2 4.0-18 10.5-59 14.5-79

INT (Td) 0 0 0 0

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ELLIS McCARTHY

#68

CONOR McDERMOTT

Defensive Tackle So. • 6-4 • 330 Monrovia, Calif. Monrovia

Offensive Tackle RFr. • 6-8 • 277 Nashville, Tenn. Ensworth

UCLA - Gained valuable experience in his initial season on the team and will look to become a regular contributor along the defensive front. 2012 - Saw action in nine games off the bench and made 10 tackles ... Credited with one sack in the season-opener at Rice ... Made two stops against Houston ... Had a season-best three tackles in the win at Arizona State ... Credited with a tackle in games vs. Arizona and at Washington State. HIGH SCHOOL - Played at Monrovia,CA HS for coach Ryan Maddox ... A five-star recruit according to scout.com and the nation’s No. 2 defensive tackle … Played in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl … Named to the first-team USA Today AllAmerican squad … Named No. 10 defensive lineman in the nation according to SuperPrep and the No. 8 player in the CA/NV/HI region … No. 21 recruit in the nation and No. 2 recruit in California according to rivals.com … Rated as the nation’s No. 4 defensive tackle by rivals.com … Rated the No. 43 player in the country by ESPN and a four-star recruit … Tom Lemming All-American … All-CIF Mid-Valley Division at defensive line … Team posted 23-5 record over his senior and junior seasons … Pasadena Star-News Two-time Defensive Player of the Year … Made 55 tackles, five sacks, three fumble recoveries as a senior … Named U.S. Air Force Medium Schools second-team All-American … As a junior, he was credited with 69 tackles and 11 sacks. PERSONAL - Full Name: Ellis Lamar McCarthy … Born: July 13, 1994 in Monrovia, CA… Parents: Edward McCarthy and Libbie Adams … Has one younger sister, Elise ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as getting a chance to play at UCLA ... Lists the NFL's Julius Peppers as the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include playing video games ... Undeclared major.

UCLA - Gained valuable experience along the offensive front in spring practice. 2012 - Did not see game action in his first year in the program. HIGH SCHOOL - Played four varsity seasons of football at tight end, offensive and defensive tackle for Ensworth, HS in Nashville, TN ... His teams posted a 39-8 record in those four seasons ... Earned two stars from rivals.com ... Named to the 2010 Tennessee All-Conf. team ... Team won the 2010 State HS football championship ... Reached the state semifinals in 2007 and 2008 ... Team advanced to State HS quarterfinals in 2009 ... Also played basketball for three seasons ... Team was ranked #1 in the state in 2011 and he averaged 15.2 ppg, 8.5 rpg, 1.8 spg in his senior season ... Finalist for the McDonald's All-America team ... Named Tennessee's Mr. Basketball for Div. II-AA ... All-Mid-State first team selection by Nashville Tennessean ... Team won the state basketball championship in 2009 (17 points, 13 rebounds) ... Was the team captain for his football team in 2009 and 2011. PERSONAL - Full Name: Conor Francis McDermott … Born: October 19, 1992 in Nashville, TN … Parents: Kevin and Deborah McDermott ... Has one brother, Kevin, a senior long snapper on the UCLA team from 2009-2012 ... Lists his biggest athletic thrill as winning the state championship in football and basketball his senior year, as well as earning the Mr. Basketball Award for Tennessee ... Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Academic Honor Roll in Fall 2012 ... Admires New York Knicks player Amare Stoudamire ... Dad played basketball for South Dakota State ... Undeclared major.

STAN McKAY

#4

Inside Linebacker RSr. • 6-0 • 196 Long Beach, Calif. Long Beach Poly

UCLA - Stan has been a solid contributor to the Bruin defense and on special teams and will look to add to his role in the year ahead. 2012 - Saw action in all 14 games as a reserve at linebacker and on special teams ... Ranked 13th on the team with 34 tackles ... His two interceptions rated third on the team ... Three tackles in the opener at Rice ... Had an interception vs. Oregon State ... Made three stops and an interception at Colorado ... Had five tackles at Cal ... Three tackles, including a sack, in win over Arizona ... Three tackles, with a sack, at Arizona State ... Made seven tackles and forced a fumble at Washington State ... Three tackles vs. USC. 2011 - Appeared in 13 games, with two starts (Cal, ASU) ... Saw action in the secondary and on special teams ... Had four tackles at Stanford ... Made two stops against Washington State ... Totaled five tackles at Arizona ... Made six tackles against Cal ... Two stops at Utah ... Made five tackles, 0.5 for loss, at USC ... Made six tackles at Oregon ... Had two tackles against Illinois. 2010 - Saw action in all 12 games, primarily on special teams units ... Credited with two tackles. 2009 - Did not see game action in his first year in the program. HIGH SCHOOL - Earned three letters at Long Beach (CA) Polytechnic HS for coach Raul Lara ... Member of the scout.com California 101 (No. 62) ... Rated as the No. 5 safety in California and No. 8 in the West by scout.com ... SuperPrep All-Far West (No. 71 prospect) ... Scout.com West Hot 150 (No. 96) ... Rated No. 51 safety nationally by ESPNU ... Rated No. 56 safety nationally by scout.com ... Earned three stars from scout.com and rivals.com ... Listed No. 59 safety by rivals.com ... PrepStar ELLIS McCARTHY 2013 UCLA FOOTBALL

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T.J. MILLWEARD

#14

McKAY CONT. All-West Region selection ... CIF-SS Pac-5 Division first team ... Named to GoldenStatePreps.com All-State second team and All-Southern California second team ... CalHiSports.com All-State second team ... Named to the L.A. Times All-Southland team ... As a senior, he was credited with 62 tackles and nine interceptions ... Helped to lead his team to the CIF-SS Pac-5 championship and a CIF-State Open Division runner-up finish ... Scored three touchdowns as a wide receiver ... Named first-team All-Moore League ... Won team’s Iron Man award ... Also participated on the track and field team. PERSONAL - Full Name: Stanjarivus McKay … Born: April 24, 1990 in Jackson, MS … Parents: Michael Reed and Quana McKay … Has a sister, Quadatte ... Lists his greatest thrill in sports to date as picking off a pass which saved a touchdown in the Pac-5 Div. CIF Southern Section championship game against Tesoro ... Lists NFL standout safety Ed Reed as the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include football, writing poetry and going out with friends ... History major. Career Highs Tackles: 7 at Washington State, 2012 Tackles for Loss: 1.0, last at Arizona State, 2012 Sacks: 1.0, last at Arizona State, 2012

TACKLE STATISTICS - S. McKAY Year 2010 2011 2012 Totals

TT 2 32 34 68

T-AT 1-1 20-12 21-13 42-26

Sacks 0.0-0 0.0-0 3.0-5 3.0-5

TFL 0.0-0 0.5-2 3.0-5 3.5-7

INT (Td) 0 0 2 2

KEVIN McREYNOLDS #50

Offensive Guard RSo. • 6-2 • 300 Silver Springs, Md. St. John's College HS

UCLA - T.J. enrolled in school for the 2012 Spring Quarter and participated in the past two spring practice sessions. 2012 - Did not see game action ... Served as a scout team quarterback. HIGH SCHOOL - Played his senior season at All Saint's HS in Fort Worth, TX for coach Aaron Beck ... Attended Nolan Catholic HS in Fort Worth, TX for three years ... Earned three letters in football during his prep career and served as a team captain ... Rated the nation's No. 91 player and No. 5 quarterback by ESPN; a four-star recruit ... A three-star recruit, rated the No. 31 quarterback in the nation according to scout.com ... Three-star recruit who was rated the No. 23-rated pro style quarterback in the country by rivals.com ... Considered the No. 90 prospect in the state of Texas by rivals.com ... Tom Lemming All-American ... Rated the No. 111 player in the state of Texas according to SuperPrep ... ESPN's No. 13 player in the state of Texas ... In his senior season, he completed 171 of 255 passes for 2,374 yards with 22 touchdowns and 11 interceptions ... He had three four-touchdown pass games ... Also served as the team's punter ... As a junior, he completed 127 of 209 passes for 1,621 yards for 11 touchdowns with nine interceptions ... Rushed for 464 yards on 86 carries and four touchdowns ... Earned four letters as a forward in basketball for coach Steve Prud'homme ... Team captain of the hoops team for three seasons. PERSONAL - Full Name: Thomas Joseph Millweard ... Born: Nov. 13, 1992 in Dallas, TX ... Parents: Thomas and Cynthia Millweard ... Has one sister, Christy ... Lists former Bruin and NFL standout quarterback Troy Aikman as the famous athlete he most admires ... Hobbies include golf, water skiing and basketball ... His career objective is to be an entrepreneur ... Named to the Athletics Director's Honor Roll in Winter 2013 ... Economics major.

FABIAN MOREAU #10

UCLA - Converted to an offensive lineman and will compete at his new position in the fall ... Saw his first game action in 2012. 2012 - Saw action in 13 games ... Moved to the offensive line, from the defensive line, under the new coaching staff and saw action as a reserve along the line and on special teams ... Credited with two tackles. 2011 - Did not see game action in his initial year in the program ... Earned Charles Pike Memorial team award for Outstanding Defensive Scout Team Player. HIGH SCHOOL - Played four years of football at St. John's College HS in Washington, D.C. for coach Joe Patterson ... Earned four stars from rivals.com, scout.com and ESPN.com ... Ranked No. 5 defensive tackle by Tom Lemming ... Rated No. 22 DT nationally by rivals.com ... Ranked No. 24 DT by scout.com and No. 26 by ESPN. com ... Ranked No. 2 prospect in D.C. area by rivals.com ... SuperPrep All-American ... Rated No. 48 DL prospect by SuperPrep ... PrepStar All-American ... Rated No. 7 player in Mid-Atlantic area by SuperPrep ... No. 231 prospect nationally according to rivals.com and No. 262 on scout.com list ... Played in the UnderArmour All-American game ... Played in five games as a senior due to a sprained ankle ... Also earned two letters in wrestling for coach Josh Waxmen ... Named All-District of Columbia and helped team to championship. PERSONAL - Full Name: Kevin Christopher McReynolds … Born: February 25, 1993 in Washington, D.C. … Parents: Kevin McReynolds, Jr. and Cynthia McReynolds … Has no brothers and sisters ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as being named to play in the Under Armour All-American game ... The NFL's Ndamukong Suh is the famous player he admires the most ... Hobbies include fishing and cooking ... Interested in a major in business and a career in the entertainment business ... Named to the Athletics Director's Honor Roll in Winter 2012, Winter 2013 ... Political Science major.

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Cornerback So. • 6-0 • 193 Sunrise, Fla. Western

UCLA - Gained valuable playing experience in 2012 and will look to continue to improve during his second season in the program. 2012 - Saw action in 11 games as a reserve in the secondary and on special teams ... Credited with five tackles and a fumble recovery ... Made one stop in the game at Colorado ... One tackle in win at Arizona State ... Recorded a tackle and a fumble recovery at Washington State ... Had one stop vs. USC. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered two seasons at Western HS for coach Rashad West ... Played running back and wide receiver ... Three-star recruit according to rivals.com … A three-star recruit according to scout.com and the nation’s No. 121 running back … ESPN two-star recruit … As a senior, he ran 149 times for 889 yards and 11 touchdowns … Also caught 21 passes for 416 yards and seven touchdowns … Played in the South Florida All-Star game ... Named first-team All-County by Sun Sentinel and Miami Herald ... Team captain ... Named team MVP ... Honorable mention All-State selection. PERSONAL - Full Name: Fabian Moreau … Born: April 9, 1994 in Ft. Lauderdale, FL… Parents: Berg and Guerly Moreau … Has two sisters, Faby and Fabriana ... Lists the NBA's Michael Jordan and the NFL's LaMichael James as the athletes he admires the most … Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Honor Roll in Fall 2012 ... Hobbies include working out and playing basketball ... Undeclared major.

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JERRY NEUHEISEL #11

Quarterback RFr. • 6-1 • 192 Los Angeles, Calif. Loyola UCLA - Will work to move up in the quarterback rotation and serve as the holder on all placekicks. 2012 - Served as the main scout team quarterback during the bulk of the season ... Presented with the Charles Pike Memorial Award for Outstanding Scout Team Player (offense) at the team's annual banquet. HIGH SCHOOL - Played three varsity seasons at Loyola HS for coaches Mike Christiansen, Jeff Kearnin and Adam Guerra ... Earned three stars from rivals.com ... Ranked No. 28 among pro-style quarterbacks by rivals.com ... Earned two stars from scout.com ... Missed the second half of his senior season due to injury ... Played in four games and completed 47 of 80 passes (.588) for 590 yards with five touchdowns and two interceptions ... As a junior, he completed 117 of 190 passes (.616) for 1,621 yards with 13 touchdowns and seven interceptions. PERSONAL - Full Name: Richard Gerald Neuheisel III ... Born: April 24, 1992 in Los Angeles, CA... Parents: Rick and Susan Neuheisel ... Has two brothers, Jack and Joe ... Dad was the Bruins' head football coach from 2008-2011 and played quarterback for the Bruins from 1981-1983 ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as throwing for over 300 yards and three touchdowns in leading a successful comeback from a 22-point first quarter deficit in a game his junior year of high school ... Lists the NFL's Tom Brady as the athlete he admires the most ... Hobbies include playing other sports, staying active and going to the movies ... Made an appearance on Sports Center at age four after being able to name all current starting NFL quarterbacks ... His dad, mom and two aunts have also attended UCLA ... Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Honor Roll in Fall 2012 ... Political Science major.

against WSU ... Made his first career start at Cal and collected two tackles - both sacks ... Had one tackle assist in a start at Oregon ... Also started against Arizona and Oregon State ... Made four tackles, one for loss, at Washington ... Had one tackle assist at Arizona State ... Against USC, he was credited with one sack ... Defensive tri-winner of UCLA's John Boncheff, Jr. Memorial Award for Rookie of the Year. HIGH SCHOOL - Played four seasons at Portland, OR David Douglas HS for coach Dan Wood ... Parade Magazine All-American ... SuperPrep Elite 50 (No. 8) ... SuperPrep All-American (No. 4 defensive lineman) ... USA Today second-team AllAmerican ... Rated No. 8 national prospect and No. 2 defensive end by rivals.com ... Member of ESPN 150 (No. 17) and The Sporting News Top 100 (No. 41) ... Rated No. 2 defensive end by ESPN.com ... Tom Lemming All-American (No. 41 player nationally) ... Rated No. 8 defensive end by Tom Lemming/MaxPreps ... EA Sports second-team All-American ... SuperPrep Far West Defensive Player of the Year ... Ranked No. 49 national prospect and No. 8 defensive end by scout.com ... Earned five stars from rivals.com and four stars from scout.com ... Played in the U.S. Army All-America Game ... As a senior, he made 90 tackles, including 10 sacks ... Credited with 96 tackles, 22 for loss, as a junior ... Also lettered in basketball (coach Chad Reeves) and track and field (coach Cross). PERSONAL - Full Name: Owamagbe Odighizuwa … Born: April 1, 1992 in Columbus, OH … Parent: Abieyuwa Odighizuwa … Has three brothers -- Ighodaro, Ihoghama and Osawaru ... Lists NBA star LeBron James as the famous athlete he admires the most ... Athletic Director’s Honor Roll in Winter 2011, Fall 2012, Winter 2013 ... Philosophy major. Career Highs Tackles: 7 at Stanford, 2012 Tackles for loss: 2.0 vs. Illinois, 2011; vs. Cal, 2011 Sacks: 2.0 at Cal, 2010

TACKLE STATISTICS - O. ODIGHIZUWA Year 2010 2011 2012 Totals

TT 10 21 44 75

T-AT 5-5 14-7 27-17 46-29

Sacks 3.0-9 0.0-0 3.5-18 6.5-27

TFL 4.0-12 3.0-5 6.0-21 13.0-38

INT (Td) 0 0 0 0

OWAMAGBE ODIGHIZUWA #94

Defensive End Sr. • 6-3 • 268 Portland, Ore. Douglas

UCLA - Enjoyed his best season to date, putting up career-best numbers across the board in 2012. 2012 - Saw action in all 14 games, with one start (Baylor) ... Ranked tied for ninth on the team with 44 tackles ... Recorded four tackles, with a sack, in the opener at Rice ... Tackle for loss vs. Nebraska ... 0.5 tackle for loss vs. Oregon State ... Made three stops, including a sack, at Cal ... Three tackles vs. Utah ... Credited with four tackles vs. Arizona ... Registered six stops at Arizona State ... Fumble recovery and deflected two passes vs. USC ... Three tackles, one for loss vs. Stanford ... Seven tackles, 0.5 sack, in P12 Championship Game at Stanford ... Six tackles, one sack, a fumble recovery in the Holiday Bowl. 2011 - Appeared in all 14 games and made one start ... Named to the honorable mention Pac-12 All-Academic team ... Had three stops at Houston ... One tackle vs. San Jose State ... Recorded four stops vs. Texas ... Had a tackle for loss at Oregon State ... One tackle at Stanford ... Blocked an extra point against Washington State ... Had three tackles at Arizona and two vs. Colorado ... Made his first start of the season at Oregon and made one stop ... Credited with four tackles, two for loss, in the bowl game vs. Illinois. 2010 - Saw action in 10 games and made six starts ... Named to Rivals.com Pac10 All-Freshman team ... Made 4.0 sacks on the year to rank No. 5 on the team in that category ... Made his first appearance in the Stanford contest and recorded one tackle ... Did not see action versus Houston ... Came off the bench at Texas and 2013 UCLA FOOTBALL

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ARAMIDE OLANIYAN

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Outside Linebacker RJr. • 6-1 • 197 Bowie, Md. Woodberry Forest

UCLA - Has gained valuable experience during his time in the program. 2012 - Saw action as a reserve linebacker and on special teams. 2011 - Appeared in 13 games off the bench at linebacker, defensive end and on special teams ... Made a tackle for loss against Cal ... Recorded one stop against Colorado ... Honorable mention Academic All-Pac-12 team. 2010 - Did not see game action in his first year in the program ... Special teams winner of UCLA's Charles Pike Memorial Award for Outstanding Scout Team Player. HIGH SCHOOL - Played three seasons at Woodberry Forest HS in Woodberry, VA for coach Clinton Alexander ... Member of The Sporting News (No. 62) Top 100 and ESPN 150 (No. 127) ... Rated the No. 13 outside linebacker by ESPN.com ... Ranked No. 170 national prospect and No. 14 outside linebacker by scout.com ... Rated No. 21 outside linebacker (rivals.com) ... SuperPrep All-American (No. 58 defensive lineman) ... Rated No. 8 (scout.com), No. 10 (rivals.com) and No. 13 (SuperPrep) player in Virginia ... Earned four stars from rivals.com and scout.com ... PrepStar All-Region ... Three times first-team All-State ... Named All-Central Virginia Defensive Player of the Year by the Daily Progress ... Ranked as No. 1 team in the state his junior and senior seasons ... Led team as a senior with 60 tackles, including nine sacks and 16 tackles for loss ... Team captain ... In his junior season, he made 12 sacks, 27 TFL ... Also lettered one season in track and field for coach Ben Hale. PERSONAL - Full Name: Aramide Oluwaseun Olaniyan … Born: September 17, 1992 in Washington, D.C. … Parents: Richard and Kehinde Olaniyan … Has a younger brother, Abiola, and a younger sister, Motunrayo ... Lists biggest thrills in sports as being recruited to play major college football and scoring his first touchdown ... Lists former Bruin linebacker Donnie Edwards as the athlete he admires … Hobbies include weight lifting and listening to music ... Interested in a career in law ... Athletic Director’s Honor Roll in Winter 2011, Spring 2011, Fall 2012, Winter 2013 ... Political Science major. Career Highs Tackles - 1 vs. Colorado, 2011; vs. Cal, 2011 Tackles for loss - 1 vs. Cal, 2011

TACKLE STATISTICS - A. OLANIYAN Year 2011 2012 Totals

TT 2 0 2

T-AT 2-0 0-0 2-0

Sacks 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

TFL 1.0-4 0.0-0 1.0-4

INT (Td) 0 0 0

KENNY ORJIOKE

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Outside Linebacker So. • 6-4 • 240 Marietta, Ga. Lassiter UCLA - Gained valuable experience in his first season in the program and will look to become a part of the regular rotation at linebacker this fall. 2012 - Saw action in five games, primarily as a special teams player ... Credited with two tackles (at Arizona State). HIGH SCHOOL - Played his senior season at Lassister HS for coach Jep Irwin ... A three-star recruit according to scout.com and scout’s No. 53-ranked outside linebacker in the nation … A three-star recruit according to rivals.com and rated No. 65 in the nation in the list of prospects at the athlete position … Rivals.com’s No. 64 rated player in the state of Georgia … SuperPrep’s No. 39 prospect in the state of Georgia … Three-star recruit by ESPN and No. 89 prospect in Georgia … ESPN 2013 UCLA FOOTBALL

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rated him as 89th-best outside linebacker … As a senior, he made 74 tackles, seven interceptions, 25 pass break ups and blocked one punt … Was named AllCity, All-Region, All-County and All-State ... Moved to Georgia after growing up in Southern California … Helped his team finish 10-4 as a senior, losing in the 5A semifinals ... Also lettered in basketball and track for ... Was on the Sectional 4x4 championship relay which finished eighth in the state ... Member of three school record-setting relay teams (4x100, 4x200, 4x400) ... Posted a 43-5 long jump. PERSONAL - Full Name: Kenechukwu Orjioke (Or-gee-O-key) … Born: June 23, 1995 in Nigeria… Parents: Job and Ngozi Orjioke … Mom is a doctor ... Has three younger brothers, Ozi, Chinonso, Nnamdi and one older sister, Uju ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as being selected All-State for football ... Lists the NFL's Ed Reed as the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include working out, going out with friends and checking out the latest on YouTube ... Lived in Australia for five years ... Named to the Athletics Director's Honor Roll in Winter 2013 ... Has an interest in law. Career Highs Tackles - 2 at Arizona State, 2012

TACKLE STATISTICS - K. ORJIOKE Year 2012

TT 2

T-AT 2-0

Sacks 0.0-0

TFL

INT (Td) 0

0.0-0

JORDAN PAYTON #9

Receiver So. • 6-1 • 212 Santa Monica, Calif. Oaks Christian

UCLA - Earned a spot in the regular receiver rotation in his first season in the program and will look to build on that experience in the new season. 2012 - Saw action in 13 games, with four starts (Utah, at Arizona State, Arizona, at Washington State)... Made 18 catches on the season for 202 yards and a touchdown ... Made his first career catch against Oregon State ... Had three receptions for 41 yards at Cal ... Grabbed three passes (37 yards) and scored his first career touchdown (17-yard pass from Brett Hundley) against Arizona ... Made a seasonbest four catches for 62 yards in the game at Washington State ... Had two catches in the P12 Championship Game at Stanford (21) ... Made one catch in the Holiday Bowl ... Caught at least one pass in nine games. HIGH SCHOOL - Played four varsity seasons at Oaks Christian HS for coach Bill Redell ... A four-star recruit according to scout.com and the nation's No. 15 wide receiver ... Selected to play in the 2012 U.S. Army All-American Bowl game ... Fourstar recruit according to rivals.com and the No. 15 wide receiver ... No. 93 prospect in the nation and the No. 19 recruit in the state of California ... SuperPrep's No. 16 recruit in CA/NV/HI region ... In his senior season, he made 61 catches for 769 yards and 10 touchdowns ... He gained 150 yards on the ground on seven carries and one touchdown ... Made 40 tackles and had two interceptions ... Named school's Offensive Player of the Year in 2009, 2010, 2011 ... All-CIF and All-Tri-Valley League selection ... Scored 10 touchdowns as a junior ... As a sophomore, he caught 45 passes for 1,088 yards and 18 touchdowns (a new school record total) ... Started on varsity as a freshman and scored seven touchdowns. PERSONAL - Full Name: Jordan Joseph Payton ... Born: September 1, 1993 in Torrance, CA... Parents: Jerry and Kathy Payton ... Has one older brother, Michael and one older sister, Tiffany ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as winning two CIF championships ... Admires the NBA's Kobe Bryant for his work ethic ... Hobbies include reading and playing basketball ... Started his own clothing line at age 17. Career Highs Receptions: 4 at Washington State, 2012; Receiving Yards: 62 at Washington State, 2012; Receiving Touchdowns: 1 vs. Arizona, 2012; Long: 40 yards at Washington State, 2012

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TD

LG

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11.2

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PAUL PERKINS #24

Running Back RFr. • 5-10 • 196 Queen Creek, Ariz. Chandler UCLA - Gained valuable experience in his first spring practice. 2012 - Did not see game action in his first year and worked on the scout team in practice. HIGH SCHOOL - Earned three varsity letters as a running back and safety at Chandler HS for coach Shaun Aguano ... A three-star recruit according to scout.com and the No. 85 cornerback prospect in the nation … Three-star recruit according to rivals.com and the No. 40 prospect at the athlete position in the nation … ESPN two-star recruit and the No. 25 prospect in Arizona … SuperPrep’s No. 11 recruit in the state of Arizona ... Named first-team all-state in his senior season after rushing for 1,297 yards and 20 touchdowns … Also caught 11 passes for 105 yards and a touchdown ... Made 22 tackles ... As a junior, had 44 carries for 270 yards and two touchdowns … Made 11 catches for 100 yards … Recorded 31 tackles and made one interception ... Awarded four letters on the track team (coach Eric Richardson) ... 2011 MVP of the track team ... Placed second in the state 300m hurdle event as a senior ... Set a school record in the 300m hurdles (37.35) ... His school captured the state championship in track in 2010 and 2012. PERSONAL - Full Name: Paul Kerry Perkins II … Born: Nov. 16, 1994 in Mesa, AZ… Parents: Paul and Ore Perkins … Dad (a.k.a. Bruce) played football at Arizona State and in the NFL with Tampa Bay (1990) and Indianapolis (1991) as a fullback ... His uncle, Don Perkins, was a running back for the Cowboys (1961-68) who was named NFL Rookie of the Year in 1961 and selected to six Pro Bowls ... Has a younger brother, Bryce ... Lists his biggest thrills in sports as rushing for 266 yards against the State championship team and winning the state meet in track ... Lists his dad as the athlete he admires the most … Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Academic Honor Roll in Fall 2012, Winter 2013 ... Hobbies include working out, cooking and playing video games ... Undeclared major.

AARON PORTER #42

Inside Linebacker RFr. • 6-0 • 231 La Habra, Calif. La Habra UCLA - Will look to work his way into the rotation at linebacker this fall after a solid performance in the spring. 2012 - Did not see game action in his first year and worked on the scout team in practice. HIGH SCHOOL - Earned four letters at La Habra HS for coach Frank Mazzotta as a linebacker, running back and wide receiver ... Four-star recruit according to rivals. com and the No. 22 outside linebacker in the nation … No. 34 recruit in California according to rivals.com … A four-star recruit according to scout.com and the No. 11-ranked middle linebacker in the nation … A SuperPrep All-American rated as the No. 33 linebacker in nation … Rated No. 30 player in CA/NV/HI … Four-star recruit by ESPN and the No. 16 player in the state of California … Tom Lemming All-American … Cal-Hi Sports All-State selection ... 2012 Freeway League Athlete of the Year ... As a senior, he totaled 172 tackles, 23 tackles for loss, 12 sacks, five fumbles caused and two interceptions ... Ran for 923 yards and 23 touchdowns on offense ... All-CIF Southwest Division Defensive Player of the Year … Named All-CIF Southwest Division on both offense (rb) and defense (lb) ... Named U.S. Air Force Medium Schools All-American … Orange County Register Defensive Player of the Year … As a junior, he recorded 156 tackles, 21 tackles for loss, 11 sacks and two interceptions ... Also an outstanding baseball player ... Earned three letters 2013 UCLA FOOTBALL

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in baseball for coach Paul Caffrey as an outfielder and pitcher ... Batted .494 as a senior with nine home runs and 35 runs batted in while being named the league MVP ... As a junior, he hit .464 with four homers and 25 runs batted in. PERSONAL - Full Name: Aaron Michael Porter … Born: May 20, 1994 in Bellflower, CA … Parents: Tony and Sandy Porter … Mom, played in the softball College World Series for Cal State Long Beach and has been inducted into the school's Hall of Fame ... Has one older sister, Jennifer ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as recording 23 tackles in the CIF Championship game at Angels Stadium of Anaheim, helping his team to the title ... Lists the NFL's Brian Urlacher as the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include ping pong, hanging out, lifting weights and going to the river ... Undeclared major.

DIETRICH RILEY #1

Safety RJr. • 6-0 • 200 Pasadena, Calif. St. Francis UCLA - Dietrich worked in some drills on the scout teams in 2012 and in spring practice 2013. 2012 - Did not see game action due to injury ... Worked on the scout teams in practice. . 2011 - Saw action in 8 games, with five starts ... Played safety and on special teams ... Had two stops at Houston ... Three tackles against San Jose State ... Recorded four stops in his first career-start (strong safety) against Texas ... Six tackles in a start at Oregon State ... Had four tackles in starts at Stanford and against Washington State ... Had a career-high eight tackles, two for loss, in a start at Arizona ... Credited with five tackles against Cal, but suffered an injury and did not return to action. 2010 - Saw action in 11 games off the bench and on special teams ... Did not see action in the opener at Kansas State ... Made his debut in game two versus Stanford and was credited with two tackles, one for loss ... Credited with one stop versus Houston ... Played on special teams at Texas ... Three tackles versus Washington State ... Totaled two stops at Cal ... Added two more stops at Oregon ... One tackle versus Arizona ... Made two stops in the win over Oregon State, including a bone-jarring hit that popped the helmet off Jacquizz Rodgers ... Played defense and special teams at Washington ... Made four tackles on defense and special teams at Arizona State ... Credited with three tackles versus USC ... Winner of UCLA's Ed Kezirian "Coach K" Award for Academic and Athletic Excellence. HIGH SCHOOL - Played four varsity seasons at LaCanada, CA St. Francis HS for coach Jim Bonds ... Tom Lemming All-American (No. 54 player nationally) ... Rated No. 5 athlete by Tom Lemming/Max Preps ... Rated No. 110 national prospect and No. 9 safety by rivals. com ... Member of PrepStar Dream Team (No. 123 national prospect) ... Ranked No. 152 national prospect and No. 16 safety by scout.com ... Member of the The Sporting News 100 (No. 51) and ESPN 150 (No. 108) ... Rated No. 10 safety by ESPN.com ... SuperPrep All-American (No. 25 defensive back) ... Rated No. 18 player in CA/NV/HI region by SuperPrep ... EA Sports honorable mention All-American ... Rated No. 16 (rivals.com) and No. 22 player (scout.com) in the country ... Earned four stars from scout.com and rivals.com ... Under Armour AllAmerican ... Member of Tacoma News-Tribune Western 100 ... Long Beach Press Telegram Best in the West first team ... Rated No. 30 player in the West by scout. com ... GoldenStatePreps.com All-State second team and All-SoCal first team (allpurpose) ... CIF-SS All-Western Division ... Named to L.A. Times All-Star team ... Named to L.A. Daily News All-Star team ... Finished his senior season with 899 yards on 125 carries and nine touchdowns ... Also had 29 receptions for 436 yards and five touchdowns and had 64 tackles, six breakups and three interceptions ... Four-time All-Mission League selection ... CIF-SS All-Western Division as a junior.

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RILEY CONT. PERSONAL - Full Name: Dietrich Michael Riley … Born: May 14, 1992 in Monterey Park, CA … Parent: Marika McWhorter … Has two older sisters, Kesha and Alexia ... Lists NBA standout Kobe Bryant as his favorite pro athlete … Hobbies include giving back to the community and working with others to better their lives ... History major.

Safety RSr. • 5-11 • 190 Diamond Bar, Calif. Diamond Ranch

Career Highs Tackles - 8 at Arizona, 2011 Tackles for Loss - 2.0 at Arizona, 2011

TACKLE STATISTICS - D. RILEY Year 2010 2011 2012

TT 21 36

T-AT 17-4 23-13

Sacks 0.0-0 0.0-0 redshirt

TFL 1.0-2 2.0-3

INT (Td) 0 0

Totals

57

40-17

0.0-0

3.0-5

0

MARCUS RIOS #9

Cornerback So. • 5-11 • 180 El Grove, Calif. Cosumnes Oak UCLA -Marcus gained valuable experience last season as a reserve defensive back and on special teams ... He graduated early from high school and participated in 2012 spring practice ... Sat out 2013 spring drills due to a medical condition. 2012 - Saw action in nine games as a reserve in the secondary and on special teams ... Credited with three tackles on the season ... Made one stop at Colorado ... Had one tackle in win over Utah ... Recorded one tackle vs. Stanford. HIGH SCHOOL - Coached by Ryan Gomez ... Four star recruit according to rivals. com and the No. 21 cornerback in the nation ... No. 32 recruit in California according to rivals.com ... Scout.com four-star recruit and the No. 19-ranked cornerback in the nation ... A SuperPrep All-American rated as the No. 32 defensive back in the nation ... Rated as the No. 29 prospect in the CA/NV/HI region by SuperPrep ... ESPN three-star recruit, No. 25 cornerback in the nation and No. 47 prospect in California ... Named first-team MaxPreps Sacramento-Joaquin Section team ... First-team AllMetro selection by Sacramento Bee ... As a senior, he ran 23 times for 136 yards, caught 11 passes for 118 yards and a touchdown ... Totaled 59 tackles, four interceptions, 16 passes defended ... Returned seven punts for 12.7 yard average ... As a junior, he made 47 tackles, one interception. PERSONAL - Full name: Marcus Rios ... Born: October 25, 1994 in Merced, CA ... Parents: Richard and Ivy Rios ... Has seven brothers - Chris, Travionne, Giovanni Ernest, William, Trevaun and Hunter ... Has two sisters - Martina and Jessica ... Biggest athletic thrill was moving to varsity on his 15th birthday and running a kickoff back for a touchdown on his first play ... Famous athlete he admires is Muhammad Ali ... Hobbies include working out ... Undeclared major.

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UCLA - Brandon impressed this past spring and is one of several players vying for a spot in the secondary ... Gained valuable experience the last two seasons after not playing in 2010 due to an injury he suffered during spring practice. 2012 - Saw action in nine games, off the bench, in the secondary and on special teams ... Credited with two tackles on the year ... Made one stop at Colorado ... Recorded one tackle in the win over Arizona. 2011 - Saw action in 12 games, off the bench, in the secondary and on special teams ... Had two tackles in the bowl game against Illinois ... Made one tackle in games against Cal, Arizona State and Utah. 2010 - Did not see game action due to his spring injury. 2009 - Appeared in each of the last nine games of the season, primarily on special teams ... Played six snaps in the secondary at Washington State and was credited with one tackle. HIGH SCHOOL - Attended Diamond Ranch HS in Pomona, CA for two years ... Rated No. 28 prospect in California by rivals.com ... Member of scout.com California 101 (No. 35 prospect) ... SuperPrep All-Far West (No. 39 prospect) ... Scout.com West Hot 150 (No. 48) ... Earned four stars from rivals.com ... Awarded three stars from scout.com ... Rated No. 33 cornerback nationally by both ESPNU and rivals.com ... Ranked No. 34 cornerback nationally and No. 4 in the West by scout.com ... PrepStar All-West Region selection ... Tacoma News-Tribune Western 100 ... Named All-State Division II first team by MaxPreps ... Named to the GoldenStatePreps.com All-State third team and All-Southern California second team ... CalHiSports.com All-State third team ... CIF-Southern Section Southeast Division first team ... Led his high school to the Southeast Division title game ... As a senior, he recorded 51 tackles in 12 games ... Also participated in track and field. PERSONAL - Full Name: Brandon William Sermons … Born: June 1, 1991 in Bellflower, CA … Parents: William and Joyce Sermons … Has a brother, Rodney, and three sisters, Thaiese, Tori and Brittany ... Director’s Honor Roll in Fall 2009 ... History major. Career Highs Tackles - 2 vs. Illinois, 2011

TACKLE STATISTICS - B. SERMONS Year 2009 2011 2012 Totals

TT 1 5 2 8

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Sacks 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

TFL 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

INT (Td) 0 0 0 0

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Offensive Guard Jr. • 6-3 • 305 Pleasant Grove, Utah Timpview UCLA - Xavier returned to UCLA for the 2012 season after serving a two-year Mormon mission ... Re-enrolled in school for the 2012 Winter Quarter ... Has started all 27 games in his career as a Bruin. 2012 - Starter in all 14 games at left guard ... Also saw some action at left tackle during the year ... Served as offensive co-captain ... Helped pave the way for running back Johnathan Franklin who set new school records for career rushing yardage and single-season rushing yardage ... Named second-team All-America by FoxSportsNEXT ... Third-team Associated Press and CBSSports.com All-America selection ... Named honorable mention on the si.com All-America team ... First-team All-Pac-12 pick by the league coaches. 2009 - Started all 13 games at left tackle, the most starts by a Bruin true freshman at any non-kicking position ... Became the first Bruin true freshman to start a season-opener on the offensive side of the ball ... Earned Honorable Mention All-Pac-10 honors ... Named second-team Freshman All-American by Phil Steele

and third-team by colllegefootballnews.com ... The Sporting News Pac-10 AllFreshman team selection ... Co-winner of UCLA's John Boncheff, Jr. Memorial team award for Rookie of the Year. HIGH SCHOOL - Started for three seasons at Provo (UT) Timpview HS for coach Louis Wong ... Parade Magazine first team All-American ... EA Sports first-team AllAmerican ... PrepStar All-America selection ... Selected to play in the Under Armour All-America game ... SuperPrep No. 11 offensive lineman ... Rated No. 1 offensive guard in West by scout.com ... No. 35 prospect and No. 3 offensive tackle nationally by ESPNU ... Ranked No. 63 among all prep players by rivals.com ... Rated No. 78 prospect by The Sporting News ... No. 7 offensive tackle according to rivals.com ... Scout.com West Hot 150 (No. 8) ... Earned four stars from scout.com and rivals.com ... Selected second-team All-America and first-team Medium Schools All-American by MaxPreps ... Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West selection ... Ranked No. 1 player in the state of Utah by rivals.com ... Named Utah State 4A Offensive Player of the Year in 2008 ... Utah 4A first-team All-State in 2007 and 2008 ... Helped to lead his high school team to the state championships in 2006, 2007 and 2008 ... His teams set a state record for most consecutive wins (36). PERSONAL - Full Name: Xavier Filoitumua Su'a-Filo … Born: January 1, 1991 in American Fork, UT … Parents: Paul and Candida Su'a-Filo … Has two sisters, Hayley and Natasha, and a brother, Wilson ... Lists his biggest athletic thrill to date as blocking a punt in the 2008 State Championship game which led to a momentumshifting score … Hobbies include video games and hanging out with friends ... Learned to speak Spanish on his church mission in Alabama and Florida ... He is an Eagle Scout ... History major.

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SAM

DAMIEN THIGPEN #25

Defensive End RSo. • 6-2 • 265 Henderson, Nev. Liberty

Running Back RSr. • 5-8 • 185 Gainesville, Va. Stonewall Jackson

UCLA - Sam will look to get back in action this fall after missing the 2012 season due to injury ... He graduated early from high school and enrolled at UCLA in 2011 Winter Quarter. 2012 - Was sidelined by an injury in fall camp and did not see game action. 2011 - Did not see game action in his first year in the program. HIGH SCHOOL - Rated No. 42 player in the CA/HI/NV area by SuperPrep ... Earned three stars from scout.com ... Ranked No. 61 among defensive ends by scout.com ... Earned three stars from ESPN.com ... Led his team to an 11-2 record and earned All-State and All-Region honors ... Made 70 tackles, including 15 sacks, despite playing just eight games due to injury ... Saw action at defensive end, tight end and quarterback ... Had three sacks in the final five minutes of the Sunrise Region semifinals ... Team won the Southeast Division title ... As a junior, he made 40 tackles, including six sacks, passed for 588 yards and three touchdowns and ran for 119 yards and five scores. PERSONAL - Full Name: Samuela Latu Tai ... Born: August 16, 1992 in Aurora, CO … Parents: Taani and Debbie Tai ... Has one sister, Kiana, and two brothers, Albert and Toa ... Hobbies include listening to music ... Admires his cousins Haloti Ngata of the Baltimore Ravens and Fui Vakapuna of the Cincinnati Bengals ...Goal is to become a lawyer ... Political Science major.

IAN TAUBLER

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Defensive End So. • 6-4 • 257 Fresno, Calif. Bullard

UCLA - Gained valuable experience in his first spring practice ... Will shift over to the defensive line during the pre-season fall camp. 2012 - Saw action on offense and on special teams ... Recipient of the Ed Kezirian "Coach K" Award for Academics and Athletic Balance at the team's annual banquet. HIGH SCHOOL - Played four varsity seasons at Bullard HS for coach Don Arax ... Saw action at tight end and defensive end ... Three-star recruit according to rivals. com and the No. 29 tight end in the nation … No. 81 recruit in the state of California according to rivals.com … A three-star recruit according to scout. com and the No. 25-ranked tight end in the nation … Rated as No. 73 prospect in the CA/NV/HI by SuperPrep … ESPN three-star recruit … Rated as the No. 75 tight end in the nation according to ESPN … Named second-team MaxPreps All-State … All-Fresno Bee … As a senior, he made 12 catches for 187 yards and three touchdowns for a team which finished as CIF Central Section Div. I runners up ... Earned All-State, All-League, All-City honors following his senior season ... Served as team captain ... Named All-State in 2009 and won CIF Central Section Div. I Valley Championship ... Earned two letters in baseball for coach Chad Thornhill as a pitcher and outfielder. PERSONAL - Full Name: Ian Michael Taubler … Born: August 21, 1993 in Royal Oak, MI… Parents: Brian and Laura Taubler … Has a brother, Kerr, who plays football at Yale ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as winning the Central Section Div. 1 Valley Championship in 2009 ... Lists the NFL's Rob Gronkowski as the athlete he admires the most ... Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Academic Honor Roll in Fall 2012, Winter 2013 ... Undeclared major.

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UCLA - Damien is a versatile all-around performer who possesses outstanding speed ... Contributes as a runner, receiver, kick returner and on kick coverage. 2012 - Appeared in 10 games with three starts (Houston, Oregon State, USC) ... Third on the team with 262 rushing yards and had two rushing touchdowns ... Caught 18 passes for 211 yards and two more scores ... Made two tackles on special teams ... Had 14 kickoff returns for 376 yards, a 26.9-yard average ... Third on the team with 849 all-purpose yards ... Ran for 25 yards and caught four balls for 42 yards in the opener at Rice ... Rushed for 37 yards and caught two passes (47) vs. Nebraska ... Ran for 89 yards on nine carries and returned a kickoff for 55 yards vs. Houston ... Two kickoff returns for 46 yards vs. Oregon State ... Ran for 47 yards (23-yard touchdown) and returned a kickoff (24) at Colorado ... Returned six kickoffs at Cal for 141 yards, long of 39 ... Had two kickoff returns vs. Utah (49, long 34) ... Ran for a score vs. Arizona (1) ... Caught two scoring passes at Arizona State (65, 20) ... Injured against USC and sat out the remainder of the season. 2011 - Did not see game action. 2010 - Appeared in eight games, contributing as a special teams performer and f-back ... Also practiced in the secondary on defense ... Caught one pass for nine yards against Houston ... Had one rush for 22 yards against Houston ... Returned nine kickoffs for a 21.3 average ... Credited with five tackles on special teams, with a best of two stops in the game at Cal ... Injured against Arizona (game eight) and sat out the remainder of the season. 2009 - Appeared in all 13 games ... Saw special teams duty in 13 contests and was credited with 11 tackles and one forced fumble ... Had 62 yards net rushing on 26 carries ... Caught seven passes for 41 yards ... Returned four kickoffs for an 18.0 average ... Carried six times in the opener against San Diego St. for four yards ... Had two kickoff returns against Kansas St. for 45 yards, one of 28 ... Carried three times for 28 yards at Stanford, including a 13-yard burst ... Had six rushes for 14 yards against Oregon and caught two passes(12) ... Ran three times for 10 yards against Cal and made two catches(10) ... Carried once for four yards at Arizona ... Carried once and made a special teams tackle at Oregon St. ... Netted six yards on three carries versus Washington ... Carried twice for one yard at Washington St. ... Caused a fumble on special teams against Arizona St. that led to a field goal ... Made two special teams tackles at USC ... Had one carry and one tackle in the bowl win over Temple. HIGH SCHOOL - Earned four letters for football at Stonewall Jackson HS in Manassas, VA for coach Loren Johnson ... Ranked No. 24 nationally among "athletes" by ESPNU ... Rated No. 25 athlete by rivals.com ... Rated No. 33 running back by scout. com ... Rated No. 13 prospect in Virginia by rivals.com ... Rated No. 2 running back in the state of Virginia by scout.com ... Earned four stars from scout.com and rivals. com ... SuperPrep All-Mid Atlantic Region and rated No. 29 prospect in Virginia ... PrepStar All-Atlantic Region as a defensive back ... Played just five games as a senior due to injury ... Rushed for 806 yards and 16 touchdowns on 123 carries ... Two-year team captain and four-year varsity starter ... Named All-District and All-Region for four years ... Carried 79 times for 632 yards as a junior and scored seven touchdowns in the six games he played ... As a sophomore, he rushed 60 times for 600 yards and seven touchdowns in 10 games ... Also earned four letters in track and field for coach Deon Taylor ... Served as team captain for four seasons ... Earned All-State, All-Region and All-District for all four years in the 55 meter dash, 200 meter dash and 300 meter hurdles ... Named a track All-American in the 300m hurdles ... Had best times of 6.33 in 55 meters and 34.54 in the 300m.

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THIGPEN CONT. PERSONAL - Full Name: Damien Hunter Thigpen … Born: July 9, 1991 in Mississippi … Parents: Douglas and Tracy Thigpen … Has one brother, Dylan ... Dad played football at Southern Mississippi (1987-89) ... His uncle, Gene Lang, played football for LSU and for seven seasons in the NFL with the Denver Broncos and Atlanta Falcons ... Lists his biggest athletic thrill to date as winning the Virginia State Championship in the 300 meter hurdles as both a sophomore and junior ... Former NFL standout Walter Payton is the athlete he admires the most … He lists drawing as a hobby ... Named to the Athletics Director's Honor Roll in Winter 2012 ... AfroAmerican Studies major. Career Highs Rushing Yards: 89 vs. Houston, 2012 Rush Attempts: 9, last time vs. Utah, 2012 Receptions: 4 at Rice, 2012 Receiving Yards: 92 at Arizona State, 2012 Kickoff Returns: 8 at Oregon, 2010 Kickoff Return Yards: 147 at Oregon, 2010 Long Kickoff Return: 55 vs. Houston, 2012

RUSHING STATISTICS - D. THIGPEN Year 2009 2010 2012 Totals

TCB 26 1 50 77

Yds 81 22 281 384

YL 19 0 19 19

Net 62 22 262 346

Avg 2.4 22.0 5.2 4.5

TD 0 0 2 2

Lg 8 9 65 41

TD 0 0 2 2

Lg 13 22 41 41

RECIEVING STATISTICS - D. THIGPEN Year 2009 2010 2012 Totals

TCB 7 1 18 26

Yds 41 9 211 261

Avg 5.9 9.0 11.7 10.1

KICKOFF RETURN STATISTICS - D. THIGPEN Year 2009 2010 2012 Totals

TCB 4 9 14 27

Yds 72 192 376 640

Avg 18.0 21.3 26.9 23.7

TD 0 0 0 0

Lg 28 45 55 55

Nose Tackle RSo. • 6-1 • 286 La Verne, Calif. Claremont

UCLA - Saw his first game action in 2012. 2012 - Saw action in five games as a reserve along the defensive line ... Credited with three tackles ... Made one tackle in the season-opener at Rice ... Recorded one stop at Colorado ... One tackle vs. Stanford. 2011 - Did not see game action in his first year in the program. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered three seasons as a right guard and defensive tackle at Claremont,CA HS for coach Mike Collins ... PrepStar All-Region selection ... Earned three stars from rivals.com, scout.com and ESPN.com ... Rated among the top 100 players in California (No. 90) by rivals.com ... Ranked No. 52 nationally among defensive tackles by rivals.com and No. 77 by ESPN.com ... Rated No. 113 player in CA/HI/NV area by SuperPrep ... Named 1st team All-Inland Valley in 2011 ... Served as senior team captain ... First-team All-Sierra League ... Named team Lineman of the Year in all three seasons ... Had 63 tackles, 4 sacks as a senior ... Recorded 41 tackles and two sacks as a junior ... Also lettered three years in track and field (shot and discus) for coach Veronica Amarasekara. PERSONAL - Full Name: Brandon Petoni Tuliaupupu … Born: November 4, 1993 in Los Angeles, CA … Parents: Tumusa and Tofoipupu Tuliaupupu … Has two older brothers, Roketi and Taylor, and three older sisters, Olympia, Cierra and Tafaifa ... His uncle, Jesse Sapolu, played 13 seasons in the NFL for the 49ers ... Two uncles and an aunt attended UCLA ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as a come-from-behind upset win over Chino Hills HS in his senior season ... Lists NFL lineman Haloti Ngata as the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include spending time with family and friends, watching movies and playing video games ... Enjoys watching the Food Channel and likes to cook ... History major.

Career Highs Tackles - 1, three times, last vs. Stanford, 2012 TACKLE STATISTICS - B.TULIAUPUPU Year TT T-AT Sacks TFL 2012 3 1-2 0.0-0 0.0-0

INT (Td) 0

KENNETH WALKER #10

Receiver So. • 5-9 • 171 Richmond, Calif. Kennedy

UCLA - Showed great promised during his first year in the program. 2012 - Saw action in 12 games, with one start (Utah) ... Made 11 catches on the year for 87 yards ... Returned seven kickoffs for 138 yards and a 19.7-yard average ... Totaled two catches in the season-opener at Rice for 39 yards ... Had two receptions (9 yards) vs. Oregon State ... Had two catches in the P12 Championship Game at Stanford (9) ... Made a season-high three catches (19) in the Holiday Bowl. HIGH SCHOOL - Played two varsity seasons at Kennedy HS for coach Mack Carminer ... Also attended Freedom HS in Oakley, CA ... Saw action at running back, receiver, punter, kick returner and quarterback during his prep career ... Three-star ranking according to scout.com … Scout’s No. 38 running back in the nation … Three-star rivals.com recruit … Rated as the nation’s No. 71 wide receiver and the No. 59 prospect in the state of California … Three-star ESPN recruit … SuperPrep’s No. 54 recruit in the CA/NV/HI region … Saw limited action as a senior … Had one rush for a 53-yard touchdown and made two receptions for 65 yards and one DAMIEN THIGPEN 2013 UCLA FOOTBALL

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#77

WALKER CONT. touchdown ... Set a school record with six touchdowns in one game ... Also lettered in track ... Was a state finalist in the hurdles in grades 10-12 ... Best track times 110H 13.73, 100m 10.84, 300mH 38.01. PERSONAL - Full Name: Kenneth Walker III … Born: April 1, 1994 in Brookside, CA… Parents: Kenneth Walker and Patricia Jones … Has two brothers, Marcel and Louis, and one sister, Mariah ... Lists former NFL standout Jerry Rice and Philadelphia Eagles wideout DeSean Jackson as the athletes he admires the most … Hobbies include drawing, basketball, soccer, dancing and rapping ... Likes to write poetry ... Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Honor Roll in Fall 2012 ... Undeclared major. Career Highs Receptions: 3 vs. Baylor, 2012 Receiving Yards: 39 at Rice, 2012 Long: 39 at Rice, 2012

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18.8

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AARON WALLACE #51

Outside Linebacker RSo. • 6-2 • 240 San Diego, Calif. Rancho Bernardo

Offensive Tackle RSo. • 6-5 • 290 Inglewood, Calif. Lakewood

UCLA - Moved into the starting lineup at left tackle in 2012 and is coming off of a solid spring performance. 2012 - Started all 14 games at left tackle ... Helped to pave the way for record-setting running back Johnathan Franklin, who set new school marks for single-season rushing yards and career rushing yards. 2011 - Did not see action in this first year in the program. HIGH SCHOOL - Played at Lakewood HS for coach Thadd MacNeal ... Ranked as the nation's No. 43 offensive tackle by scout.com ... Rated No. 5 offensive tackle in the West by scout.com ... PrepStar All-Region selection ... Rated No. 47 player in CA/HI/ NV area by SuperPrep ... Earned three stars from ESPN.com, rivals.com and scout. com ... Member of Tacoma News-Tribune Western 100 ... GoldenStatePreps.com All-Aouthern California second team ... Played in Offense/Defense All-Star game ... White's 2009 Lancer team snapped Long Beach Poly's 80-game league win streak and captured the school's first league title in 26 years ... The team advanced to CIF Pac-5 Division semifinals in 2008 and 2009 and finshed with a 10-2 record in 2010 ... Also earned letters in volleyball and basketball. PERSONAL - Full Name: Torian Joseph White … Born: April 28, 1993 in Inglewood, CA ... Parents: Joe and Doreen White ... Has one younger brother, Jason ... Lists NFL standout Troy Palamalu as the athlete he admires the most … Enjoys watching movies ... Interested in a Psychology major and a career as a therapist ... Named to the Athletics Director's Honor Roll in Winter 2012 ... Psychology major.

UCLA - Aaron impressed the coaches in the spring after earning his first playing time during the 2012 season ... He graduated early from high school and enrolled at UCLA for 2011 Winter Quarter. 2012 - Saw action in 10 games as a reserve linebacker and on special teams ... Made three tackles on the season and forced one fumble ... Made one stop vs. Houston ... One tackle vs. USC ... Forced a fumble on his tackle vs. Stanford. 2011 - Did not see game action in his first year in the program. HIGH SCHOOL - Played football under coach Brad Elrod at Rancho Bernardo, CA HS ... Earned three stars from rivals.com and scout.com … Ranked No. 34 among outside linebackers by scout.com ... Rated No. 61 player in CA/HI/NV area by Super Prep ... PrepStar All-Region selection ... Member of the Tacoma News Tribune Western 100 ... Earned three stars from ESPN.com ... Also rated No. 62 among all linebackers by rivals.com ... Rated No. 88 player in California by rivals.com ... Missed his senior high school season due to injury ... Made 65 tackles as a junior ... Also participated in track and field at Rancho Bernardo. PERSONAL - Full Name: Aaron Jon Wallace, Jr. ... Born July 8, 1993 in Los Angeles, CA … Parents: Aaron Wallace Sr. and Sandra Broussard ... Father was a threetime All-Southwest Conference linebacker at Texas A&M (1986-89) ... He was a Lombardi semifinalist in 1989 ... Dad was selected in the second round of the 1990 NFL draft by the Raiders and went on to play eight seasons in the NFL ... Hobbies include playing video games ... Wallace is one-quarter Chinese ... Sociology major. Career Highs Tackles - 1, three times, last vs. Stanford, 2012

TACKLE STATISTICS - A. WALLACE Year 2012

TT 3

T-AT 3-0

Sacks 0.0-0

TFL 0.0-0

INT (Td) 0

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BRANDON WILLIS

#92

Defensive End RJr. • 6-1 • 275 Duncan, SC Byrnes HS/North Carolina UCLA - Saw his first action for the Bruins in 2012 ... Transferred back to UCLA in August of 2011 from the University of North Carolina and joined the Bruins for Fall practice ... He originally enrolled out of high school at North Carolina in January of 2010 before transferring, for the first time, to UCLA ... He returned to Carolina in May, 2011 and attended summer school, before he transferred back to UCLA in August, 2011... Was on the scout team in practice during the Bruins' 2011 season. 2012 -Saw action in six games as a reserve along the defensive line ... Made five tackles and one fumble recovery ... Recorded two tackles in the opener at Rice ... Made two stops, including a tackle for loss at Colorado ... Had one tackle at Cal ... Returned a fumble for 38 yards vs. Arizona, setting up a Bruin touchdown. 2011 - Transferred back to UCLA in August, 2011 after returning to North Carolina in time to enroll in summer school classes, which began in May, 2011 ... Did not see game action at UCLA, as he had to sit out per transfer rules, and has three seasons of eligibility remaining. 2010 - Transferred from the University of North Carolina where he had enrolled in January of 2010 ... He left UNC football fall camp in early August, 2010 and transferred to UCLA for family reasons ... He had attended classes at UNC in the 2010 spring semester and two sessions of summer school ... Transferred to UCLA two weeks into Carolina's fall training camp on Aug. 19 ... He attended classes in UCLA's Fall and Winter quarters and then transferred back to UNC ... Did not see game action in his first year at UCLA. HIGH SCHOOL - Attended James F. Byrnes High School in Duncan, SC ... Played in the U.S. Army All-America game ... Considered the No. 6 defensive tackle in the nation and the 69th-best player in the nation by rivals.com ... Member of the rivals100 team and ranked as the No. 3 player in South Carolina by rivals.com and the No. 4 player in South Carolina by the Charlotte Observer ... Rated the No. 8 defensive tackle in the country by scout.com ... Ranked as the nation's No. 5 defensive tackle by Tom Lemming ... Earned first-team all-state, all-region and all-conference honors in his final two prep seasons ... Named conference defensive lineman of the year as a senior ... Credited with 127 tackles, including 13 sacks as a senior ... Made 144 stops, including 24 tackles for loss and 13 sacks in his junior season. PERSONAL - Full Name: Brandon Willis ... Born: August 5, 1991 ... Parents: Gary and Wanda Willis ... History major.

Tackles - 2 at Colorado, 2012; at Rice, 2012

TACKLE STATISTICS - B. WILLIS TT 5

T-AT 2-3

Sacks 0.0-0

TFL 0.0-0

INT (Td) 0

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#55

Offensive Guard RSo. • 6-4 • 280 Seal Beach, Calif. Los Alamitos UCLA - Working to become a part of the regular rotation along the offensive line. 2012 - Saw action as a reserve along the offensive line and on special teams. 2011 - Did not see game action in his first year in the program. HIGH SCHOOL - Played three seasons at Los Alamitos, CA HS for coach John Barnes as an offensive tackle ... Starter in 22 varsity games ... National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Scholar Athlete award winner ... Rated as the nation's No. 40 offensive guard by ESPN.com ... Ranked No. 45 among guard prospects by scout.com ... Rated No. 34 player in CA/HI/NV area by SuperPrep ... PrepStar All-Region selection ... Rated No. 10 offensive guard in the West by scout. com ... Earned three stars from scout.com and rivals.com ... Member of Tacoma News Tribune Western 100 ... GoldenStatePreps.com All-Southern California first team ... SectionSports.com All-Southern Section first team ... All-Orange County second team ... First-team all-league as a senior ... Team Offensive Player of the Year award winner ... 1,200-pound Lifting Club member ... School won Sunset League championship in 2010 and 2008. PERSONAL - Full Name: Benjamin David Wysocki … Born:May 12, 1992 in Seal Beach, CA… Parents: David and Lisa Wysocki… Has one brother, Joe, and two sisters, Ryan and Emma ... His biggest thrill to date was to defeat Edison to win the league title as a senior ... Lists NFL standout Jake Long as the athlete he most admires … Hobbies include snowboarding, surfing and bike rides ... Named to the Athletics Director's Honor Roll in Winter 2012 ... Political Science major.

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JORDAN ZUMWALT #35

Inside Linebacker Sr. • 6-4 • 235 Huntington Beach, Calif. Edison

UCLA - Jordan came on strong as the season progressed from his linebacker position ... Has 17career starts and has ranked among the top four tacklers on the team in each of the past two seasons. 2012 - Saw action in 13 games, nine as a starter ... Fourth on the team with 71 tackles ... Fifth on the team with 8.0 tackles for loss ... Recorded seven tackles, 2.0 tackles for loss, one sack, one forced fumble vs. Nebraska ... Tackle for loss vs. Oregon State ... Registered 10 stops at Arizona State, 2.0 tackles for loss, one sack ... Tackle for loss and a blocked punt at Washington State ... Had five stops vs. USC ... Three tackles vs. Stanford ... Led the team with 12 tackles, one for loss, in the P12 Championship Game at Stanford ... Had 15 tackles in the Holiday Bowl, one fumble recovery and one forced fumble. 2011 - Appeared in 13 games and made four starts ... Third on the team in tackles with 60 ... Tied for second on the team with 6.0 tackles for loss ... Came off the bench at Houston to make five tackles, one for loss ... Started against San Jose State and totaled five tackles ... Came off the bench against Texas and made eight stops ... Four tackles, 1.5 for loss at Oregon State ... Collected four tackles, 1.0 for loss, in a start at Stanford ... Made two stops at Arizona ... Three tackles in start against Cal ... Had one tackle vs. Colorado ... Four tackles at USC, 0.5 for loss ... Made eight tackles in Pac-12 Championship game at Oregon ... Tied for team lead with 10 tackles, two for loss, in start vs. Illinois ... Made his first career interception and was named to the Pac-12 All-Bowl team by ESPN. 2010 - Appeared in 11 games and made four starts ... Named to rivals.com Pac-10 All-Freshman team ... Made his debut versus Stanford ... Saw action against Houston and made one sack ... Played at Texas ... Credited with two tackles versus WSU and at Cal ... Came off the bench versus Arizona following Steve Sloan’s injury to make six tackles, one sack ... Made his first career start versus Oregon State and led the Bruins with nine tackles, including a 13-yard sack ... Made five tackles at Washington ... Totaled five stops at Arizona State ... Credited with two tackles versus USC ... Defensive tri-winner of UCLA's John Boncheff, Jr. Memorial Award for Rookie of the Year.

HIGH SCHOOL - Played four seasons at Huntington Beach,CA Edison HS for coach Dave White ... EA Sports second-team All-American ... Rated No. 4 inside linebacker and No. 205 national prospect by rivals.com ... Ranked No. 267 national prospect and No. 9 middle linebacker by scout.com ... Earned four stars from rivals.com and scout.com ... PrepStar All-Region selection ... Rated No. 29 player in California by rivals and No. 38 by scout ... Rated No. 43 player in CA/NV/HI region by SuperPrep ... Rated No. 51 player in West by scout.com ... Member of Tacoma News-Tribune Western 100 ... Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West honorable mention ... MaxPreps All-California first team ... GoldenStatePreps.com SoCal Defensive Player of the Year ... GoldenStatePreps.com All-State first team and All-SoCal first team ... Orange County Register Defensive Player of the Year ... CIF-SS Pac-5 Division Defensive Player of the Year ... Named to L.A. Times All-Star team ... Two-time Defensive MVP of the Sunset League ... Made 164 tackles as a senior, including 3.5 sacks and 10 tackles for loss ... Also lettered two seasons in basketball for coach Rich Boyce and one year in wrestling for coach Luis Renteria. PERSONAL - Full Name: Jordan Dean Zumwalt … Born: October 13, 1991 in La Habra, CA… Parents: Rick and Nanette Zumwalt … Dad played football at Arizona State (1986-87) ... Mom was a three-sport athlete in high school ... Has a brother, Erick, and two sisters, Deidre and Olivia ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as receiving a football scholarship ... Lists NFL linebacker Ray Lewis as the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include weight lifting, hiking, watching movies and listening to music ... Has an interest in creating and running his own business ... History major. Career Highs Tackles - 15 vs. Baylor, 2012 Sacks - 1.0, last at Arizona State, 2012 Tackles for Loss: 2.0, last at Arizona State, 2012 Interception: 1 vs. Illinois, 2011

TACKLE STATISTICS - J. ZUMWALT Year 2010 2011 2012 Totals

TT 32 60 71 163

T-AT 20-12 38-22 52-19 110-53

Sacks 3.0-22 0.0-0 2.0-11 5.0-33

TFL 3.0-22 6.0-12 8.0-25 17.0-59

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#31 LIBRADO BAROCIO S/RJr./5-7/170 Los Angeles, CA Loyola HS

#89 JORDAN BARRETT Y Receiver/RSr./6-2/263 Oak Park, CA Notre Dame HS/UNLV

#22 ROOSEVELT DAVIS RB/RSo./5-3/155 Lancaster, CA Paraclete HS

#35 RYAN DAVIS RB/RFr./5-7/198 Lancaster, CA Paraclete HS

#88 DANIEL EATON Y/RFr./6-3/194 Mountain View, CA Los Altos HS

#20 MELVIN EMESIBE RB/RSo./5-9/192 Nashville, TN Hesperia HS

#12 MIKE FAFAUL QB/RFr./6-1/201 Cockeysville, MD Fork Union Acad.

#49 LUKE GANE FB/RJr./6-1/228 Huntington Beach, CA Edison HS

#43 WILLIE GREEN LB/RFr./6-2/215 Beverly Hills CA Beverly Hills HS

#45 PETER HAJIMIHALIS LS/RSo./5-6/190 Hunt Valley, MD St. Paul's HS

#48 TRE HALE FB RJr./6-2/242 Rancho Cucamonga, CA Damien HS

#29 JAKE HALL QB/RFr./6-4/198 San Juan Capistrano, CA J. Serra HS

#32 SAM HANDLER WR/RFr./5-10/187 Barrington, IL Barrington HS

#19 ZACH HERNANDEZ WR/RFr./6-0/180 Malibu, CA Oaks Christian HS

#98 MITCH JOHNSON PK/RFr./6-0/198 Bellevue, WA Bellevue HS

#28 MALCOLM JONES RB/RSr./6-0/224 Agoura Hills, CA Oaks Christian HS

#59 CHRISTOPHER LONGO LS/RSo./6-3/204 La Canada, CA St. Francis HS

#83 GRAYSON MAZZONE WR/RSr./5-8/195 Cary, NC Panther Creek HS

#36 NICK PASQUALE WR/RFr./5-7/172 San Clemente, CA San Clemente HS

#44 PHILLIP RUHL FB/RJr./6-0/230 Stockton, CA Lincoln HS

#81 TYLER SCOTT WR/RSo./6-2/212 Novato, CA Marin Catholic HS

#86 LOGAN SWEET WR/RSo./6-0/188 Mission Viejo, CA Santa Margarita HS

#29 ERICK ZUMWALT CB/RSo./5-10/172 Huntington Beach, CA Edison HS

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DARREN ANDREWS #4

BROWN CONT. in his senior season … Credited with 112 tackles and 11.5 tackles for loss … CIF Pac-5 Division Defensive Player of the Year … First-team All-CIF Pac-5 Division selection … Named to the Long Beach Press-Telegram's Dream Team ... Coached by Raul Lara. PERSONAL - Full Name: Jayon L. Brown ... Born: February 26, 1995 in Long Beach, CA ... Parents: Jason and Tracy Brown ... Has three brothers and a sister ... List his biggest athletic thrill to date as winning CIF and playing in the CIF state game.

Receiver Fr. • 5-10 • 180 Phillips Ranch, Calif. Bishop Amat HIGH SCHOOL - A three star-recruit by scout.com and rivals.com … No. 111 wide receiver in the nation and No. 20-ranked receiver in the West according to scout.com … Rated as the No. 82 overall prospect in the state … ESPN.com’s No. 188-ranked player in the state of California and the No. 190 receiver in the nation … PrepStar All-West Region … Saw action as a receiver, kick returner and defensive back in high school … First-team All-Serra League, first-team All-San Gabriel Valley, first-team All-CIF ... Coached by Steve Hagerty ... Also a standout on the track … Finished second in the 2013 CIF Division 100m finals (10.54) and seventh in the 100m in the 2013 California State meet ... Named Track Athlete of the Year in San Gabriel Valley ... coached by Steve Foss. PERSONAL - Full Name: Darren Calvin Andrews … Born: August 5, 1995 in Beverly Hills, CA… Parents: Darren and Regenia Andrews ... Lists his biggest thrills in sports as earning All-CIF honors in football ... Lists former NFL standout receiver Jerry Rice as the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include playing video games ... Loves to listen to music.

CALEB BENENOCH #74

Offensive Line Fr. • 6-5 • 320 Katy, Texas Seven Lakes HIGH SCHOOL - A four-star recruit according to both scout.com and rivals.com … Ranked as the No. 12 offensive guard in the nation and No. 2 guard in the Midlands Region by scout.com … PrepStar’s No. 188-ranked recruit in the nation and the No. 17 offensive guard in the country … Rated by rivals.com as the nation’s No. 18 offensive guard prospect and the No. 44 recruit in the state of Texas … ESPN. com’s No. 49-rated recruit in Texas and the No. 22 offensive guard in the nation … No. 262 player in the nation according to scout.com … SuperPrep’s No. 82-ranked prospect in the state of Texas … Also a PrepStar All-Midlands Region selection … Coached by Lydell Wilson. PERSONAL - Full Name: Caleb Orobosa Benenoch … Born: August 8, 1994 in Nigeria… Parents: David and Esther Benenoch … Has one brother, Joshua and two sisters, Pamela and Hadassah.

JAYON BROWN

#19

Linebacker Fr. • 6-0 • 208 Long Beach, Calif. Long Beach Poly HIGH SCHOOL - A three-star recruit according to scout.com and rivals.com … Ranked as the No. 87 outside linebacker in the nation according to scout.com and the No. 17 OLB in the West …Listed No. 142 on the Scout.com West 150 … ESPN. com’s No. 122-rated outside linebacker in the nation and the No. 156-rated recruit in the state of California … PrepStar All-West Region selection … Team went 12-4

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JEREMY CASTRO #56

Linebacker Fr. • 6-2 • 240 San Diego, Calif. Vista Murrieta HS

UCLA - Enrolled at UCLA in January of 2013, after originally signing with the Bruins in 2012, and participated in spring practice earlier this year. HIGH SCHOOL - Four-star recruit according to scout.com ... Four-stars according to rivals.com ... No. 17 weak side defensive end in the nation and No. 40 prospect in the state of California according to rivals.com ... Nation's No. 21 outside linebacker according to scout.com ... MaxPreps Div. I All-State selection ... Rated No. 45 defensive lineman in the nation, No. 26 player in CA/NV/HI region and a SuperPrep All-American ... ESPN's No. 88 player in California and No. 104 defensive end ... North Valley Times All-Area pick ... All-Riverside County selection ... All-Inland Division Defensive Player of the Year ... Made 106 tackles, 11 sacks in helping team win CIF-SS Inland Division title as a senior in 2011 ... As a junior, he recorded 118 tackles, 13 sacks and three fumbles caused ... Coached by Coley Candaele. PERSONAL - Full Name: Jeremy Castro ... Born: March 16, 1994 ... Mom: Floretta Castro ... Has two older brothers - Jaun and Joe ... His biggest athletic thrill is being able to play at UCLA ... Admires former NFL star Lawrence Taylor ... Hobbies include fishing and hanging with friends.

KENNETH CLARK #97

Defensive Line Fr. • 6-2 • 305 San Bernardino, Calif. Carter HIGH SCHOOL - A four-star recruit according to both scout.com and rivals.com … Ranked No. 187 nationally by scout.com … SuperPrep All-West Region selection and the No. 24-ranked defensive tackle in the country … Ranked as the No. 20 defensive tackle in the nation and the No. 34 overall prospect on the West 150 list, according to scout.com … Regarded as the nation’s No. 24 defensive tackle and the No. 39 overall prospect in the state of California by rivals.com … ESPN. com’s No. 56 recruit in California and the No. 41-ranked defensive tackle in the nation … The No. 25-rated prospect in the CA/NV/HI region according to PrepStar … CIF Eastern Division Defensive Player of the Year … Also on the wrestling team … Team went 12-1 in his senior season … Credited with 71 tackles, 11.0 sacks for 64 yards lost, five forced fumbles, one fumble recovery … As a junior, had 31 tackles, 8.5 sacks and 17 tackles for loss … Coached by Alex Pierce. PERSONAL - Full Name: Kenneth Duane Clark, Jr. … Born: October 4, 1995 in San Bernardino, CA… Parents: Kenneth and Leslie Clark … Has one brother and two sisters ... Lists the NFL's Ray Lewis as the athlete he admires the most … Enjoys spending time with his family ... Interested in becoming a coach.

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KYLIE FITTS

#19

SEAN COVINGTON

#93

Punter Fr. • 6-1 • 211 Treasure Island, Fla. St. Petersburg

Defensive End Fr. • 6-4 • 270 San Bernardino, Calif. Redlands East Valley

HIGH SCHOOL - A three-star recruit according to scout.com and ESPN.com … A rivals.com two-star recruit … Listed as the No. 3-ranked punter in the nation by scout.com … Ranked as the nation’s No. 2 kicker by ESPN.com and the No. 113 recruit in the state of Florida … Rated the nation’s No. 12 kicker by rivals.com … PrepStar All-Southeast Region selection and the No. 9 kicker in the nation … Played in the Under Armour All-American Game in Orlando, FL - kicked three field goals (31, 30, 25) and punted eight times (40.8 yards average) … Booted a school record field goal of 57 yards … 2013 7A All-District 9 selection ... 2012 All-Pinellas County AllConference selection as both a punter and kicker … Averaged 46.5 yards per punt (school record) as a senior, with 12 kicks inside the twenty-yard line … Connected on eight of 11 field goal attempts … Booted 29 of his 34 kickoffs for touchbacks … Earned All-PCAC honors all four seasons ... Coached by Joe Fabrizio ... Also earned four letters in soccer, as a goalie and team captain, for coach Rui Farius. PERSONAL - Full Name: Sean H. Covington … Born: Sept. 20, 1994 in Panama City, FL… Parents: William and Jill Covington… Has one older brother, Ryan ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as starting as kicker and punter in the Under Armour All-American high school football game and being the leading scorer for his team ... Lists the NFL's Sebastian Janikowski as the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include surfing, longboarding, beach volleyball and soccer.

UCLA - Enrolled at UCLA in April 2013 and participated in spring practice. HIGH SCHOOL - A four-star recruit according to rivals.com and scout.com ... Scout. com's No. 12-ranked defensive end in the nation and the No. 1 prospect at DE in the West ... No. 25 recruit on the scout.com West 150 ... Listed as the nation's No. 85 recruit by ESPN ... The No. 121 recruit on the rivals.com 250 and ranked No. 122 by scout.com ... ESPN.com's No. 8-rated defensive end and the No. 8-ranked recruit in the state of California ... Rated No. 12 recruit in California by rivals.com ... Selected to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl all-star game ... SuperPrep's No. 31-ranked defensive lineman ... Listed No. 96 nationally on PrepStar's Dream Team and the No. 7-ranked defensive end in the nation ... No. 91-ranked recruit nationally according to Tom Lemming and the No. 11-ranked defensive end in the country ... Regarded as the No. 20 recruit in the CA/NV/HI region by SuperPrep ... As a senior, he totaled 31 tackles and four sacks in six games of action ... First-team All-CIF Inland Division ... As a junior, he was credited with over 90 tackles and 10 sacks ... Named all-league in three straight seasons ... Coached by Kurt Bruich. PERSONAL - Full Name: Kylie Roy Fitts ... Born: October 11, 1994 in Santa Rosa, CA ... Has two older brothers, Matthew and Anthony and a younger sister, Emily ... Lists NBA star Kobe Bryant as the athlete he most admires ... Hobbies include weight training, basketball and video games.

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THOMAS DUARTE

#22

Y Receiver Fr. • 6-3 • 221 Fullerton, Calif. Mater Dei

Defensive Back Fr. • 6-2 • 198 Pasadena, Calif. Crespi

HIGH SCHOOL - A four-star recruit according to scout.com and rivals.com, who played wide receiver and linebacker in high school … Named second-team USA Today All-America as a tight end … Parade All-American ... Ranked as the nation’s No. 8 tight end by scout.com and No. 2 in the West … No. 229 recruit on the rivals. com 250 …No. 44 recruit on the scout.com West 150 … Rated by rivals.com as the No. 29 wide receiver in the nation and the No. 26 overall prospect in the state of California … SuperPrep’s No. 9 tight end prospect nationally and the No. 9-rated recruit in the CA/NV/HI region … Rated as ESPN.com’s No. 9 tight end in the nation and the No. 57 recruit in the state … PrepStar’s No. 147-ranked recruit and a member of the Dream Team … Ranked as the No. 18 wide receiver in the nation by PrepStar … As a senior, he caught 58 passes for 1,025 yards and 17 touchdowns (17.7 yards per catch average) … Team captain ... On defense, he totaled 42 tackles, 10 sacks and three interceptions … Named Area Offensive Player of the Year by Orange County Register and Orange County Prep Player of the Year by the Brea Lions ... Trinity League MVP ... First-team All-CIF Pac-5 Division selection … Coached by Bruce Rollinson. PERSONAL - Full Name: Thomas James Duarte … Born: March 30, 1995 in Fullerton, CA… Parents: Timothy and Deborah Duarte … Has one younger brother, Samuel, and an older sister, Jessica ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as playing in the CIF Championship Game and the Semper Fi All-America Bowl ... The NFL's Robert Griffin III is the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include fishing, playing all sports, watching movies, listening to music, playing dominoes ... Mother attended UCLA ... Sister plays basketball at Cal State Northridge ... Interested in a career in business.

HIGH SCHOOL - A four-star recruit according to scout.com and rivals.com … No. 96 player in the nation according to scout.com and the No. 8 safety … No. 18 recruit listed on the scout.com West 150 and the No. 12 overall prospect in the state of California … The No. 24-ranked safety in the nation and the No. 29-ranked recruit in the state according to rivals.com … Rated the No. 167 recruit nationally on PrepStar’s All-America Team and the nation’s No. 18 safety … Ranked No. 28 defensive back in the nation by SuperPrep … Ranked as the No. 32 safety in the country according to ESPN.com and the No. 71-rated recruit in the state of California … Regarded as the No. 23 recruit in the CA/NV/HI region by SuperPrep … Made 39 tackles, five interceptions, two fumble recoveries, three forced fumbles as a senior … As a junior, he registered 37 tackles with one interception … Coached by Jon Mack ... Also played basketball and ran track. PERSONAL - Full Name: Garrel Foreman II … Born: Oct. 1, 1995 … Parents: Garrel Foreman and Belinda Wright ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as playing under the lights and seeing all the fans cheering for the team ... Lists boxing's Floyd Mayweather and the NFL's Larry Fitzgerald and Ray Lewis as the athletes he admires the most … Hobbies include writing poetry.

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#21

TAHAAN GOODMAN

#30

MYLES JACK

Defensive Back Fr. • 6-2 • 189 Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. Rancho Cucamonga

Linebacker Fr. • 6-1 • 225 Bellevue, Wash. Bellevue

HIGH SCHOOL - Four-star recruit according to rivals.com and scout.com … Scout. com’s No. 7-ranked safety in the nation … No. 10 recruit on the scout.com West 150 … Listed as the nation’s No. 108 recruit according to ESPN … The No. 80 recruit on the rivals.com 250 and ranked No. 63 overall prospect in the country by scout.com … No. 4-ranked recruit in the state of California according to rivals.com … Selected to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl all-star game (five tackles) … Listed as the No. 39 player in the nation on PrepStar’s Dream Team and the No. 5 safety in the country … SuperPrep’s No. 4-ranked defensive back … Regarded as the No. 3 recruit in the CA/NV/HI region by SuperPrep … ESPN.com’s No. 9 safety in the country and the No. 11 recruit in California … Ranked as the nation’s No. 68 recruit according to Tom Lemming and the No. 6-ranked safety in the country … As a senior, he was credited with 59 tackles, two interceptions and a sack … Also rushed for nine touchdowns … First-team All-CIF Inland Division … As a junior, he made 45 tackles and four interceptions ... Coached by Nick Baiz. PERSONAL - Full Name: Tahaan Goodman … Born: December 9, 1994… Parent: Apryl Brown … Has two brothers, Isaac and Bryce, and a sister, Brooklyn ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as playing in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl all-star game ... Lists the NFL's Ed Reed as the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include playing basketball.

DEON HOLLINS

HIGH SCHOOL - A four-star recruit, according to both scout.com and rivals.com … Ranked as the nation’s No. 4 outside linebacker by scout.com and No. 1 in the West … No. 11 recruit on the scout.com West 150 … No. 199 recruit on the rivals. com 250 and No. 65 nationally according to scout.com … Also played running back in high school for an offense which averaged over 46 points per game his senior season … Selected to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl Game (five tackles) … PrepStar All-American, the No. 159 recruit in the nation and the No. 16 outside linebacker in the country … Rated by rivals.com as the No. 16 outside linebacker in the nation and the No. 2 prospect in the state of Washington … ESPN.com’s No. 65-rated “athlete” in the country and the No. 6-rated recruit in Washington … Ranked as the No. 8 big running back in the country by Tom Lemming … SuperPrep’s No. 16-ranked linebacker and No. 3-ranked recruit in Washington … His team went 14-0 as a senior … Credited with 98 tackles and 24.0 sacks in his senior season … Coached by Butch Goncharoff ... Also lettered in track (three) and basketball (one) ... Ran on the relay teams ... Member of the 2013 state 3A champion 4 x 100m (41.64) and 4 x 400m (3:20.12) relay teams. PERSONAL - Full Name: Myles David Jack … Born: September 3, 1995 in Scottsdale, AZ … Father: H. David … Mother: La Sonjia (Fisher) Jack … Has one brother, Jahlen ... Biggest athletic thrill to date was winning the state title his senior season ... Lists the NBA's LeBron James as the famous athlete he most admires ... Hobbies include playing video games and listening to music ... Interested in film production.

#8

JOHN JOHNSON #7

Linebacker Fr. • 6-0 • 216 Houston, Texas Fort Bend Marshall HIGH SCHOOL - A four-star recruit according to scout.com and rivals.com … No. 206 recruit on the rivals.com 250 and ranked as the nation’s No. 260 player by scout.com … Selected to play in the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl (1.5 sacks) … Rated as the nation’s No. 103-ranked recruit, the No. 7 outside linebacker and the No. 12 recruit in the state of Texas by ESPN.com … A PrepStar All-American and the No. 22 OLB in the nation … Ranked as the nation’s No. 21 outside linebacker and the No. 2 OLB in the Midlands Region, by scout.com … Rated as the No. 18 OLB in the nation and the No. 25 recruit in Texas by rivals.com … SuperPrep’s No. 33-ranked linebacker nationally and the No. 30-rated recruit in Texas … Ranked as the nation’s No. 10 outside linebacker by Tom Lemming … Named Area Defensive Player of the Year by the Touchdown Club of Houston … Coached by James Williams at Marshall HS in Fort Bend, TX during his final two years in high school ... Credited with 62 career quarterback hurries ... Made 76 tackles, 44 for loss and totaled 24 sacks as a senior when team went 13-1 … District 25-4A Defensive Player of the Year ... In 2011, he recorded 70 tackles, 16 sacks, 22 tackles for loss, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery … Named first-team All-District and Defensive Lineman of the Year ... Earned first-team All-District honors as a sophomore and second-team honors as a freshman while at Houston, TX Yates HS. PERSONAL - Full name: Deon Tavaris Hollins, Jr. ... Born: November 5, 1994 in Houston, TX ... Parents: Deon Hollins, Sr. and NaToya Frederick-Satcherwhite ... Has one brother, Isaiah ... Lists his biggest athletic thrill to date as winning the District championship his senior season ... The NFL's Von Miller is the athlete he admires most ... Hobbies include reading and Sudoku ... Interested in a career in business.

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Cornerback Fr. • 5-9 • 181 Fresno, Calif. Central

HIGH SCHOOL - A four-star recruit according to rivals.com and scout.com … Scout.com’s No. 8-ranked cornerback in the country and No. 2 in the West region … Rated as the No. 25 recruit in the state of California and No. 169 in the country by rivals.com … No. 13 on the scout.com West 150 list … Selected to play in the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl all-star game … Listed as the nation’s No. 191 recruit by ESPN … Rated as the nation’s No. 20 cornerback and the No. 19 prospect in California by ESPN.com … PrepStar All-American … SuperPrep’s No. 13-ranked defensive back … Rivals.com’s No. 13-ranked cornerback … Regarded as the No. 2 recruit in the CA/NV/HI region by SuperPrep … Had 42 tackles and eight interceptions in 13 games started as a senior ... Played only two games as a junior ... Recorded 47 tackles and three interceptions as a sophomore ... Coached by Justin Garza ... Also lettered in track for coach Davis. PERSONAL - Full Name: John Aaron Johnson … Born: February 8, 1995 in Fresno, CA… Parents: John Johnson, Sr. and Carmella Warren-Johnson … Has two brothers, Brandon and Jaylon and a sister, Jaleesa ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as guarding a 6-6 receiver in the high school playoffs and holding him to one catch ... Lists Deion Sanders as the athlete he admires the most … Enjoys fishing.

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JOHN LOPEZ

#45

CAMERON JUDGE

#75

Linebacker Fr. • 6-1 • 218 Moorpark, Calif. Oaks Christian

Offensive Line Fr. • 6-5 • 325 Villa Park, Calif. Orange Lutheran

HIGH SCHOOL - A four-star recruit according to scout.com and a three-star recruit according to rivals.com … PrepStar All-American and the No. 26 recruit in the country at the outside linebacker position … No. 47 on the scout.com West 150 list … Ranked as the nation’s No. 259 player, the No. 20 outside linebacker in the country and the No. 4 OLB in the West according to scout.com … Rated by rivals.com as the No. 51 overall prospect in the state of California and the nation’s No. 41 outside linebacker … SuperPrep’s No. 38-ranked linebacker prospect nationally and the No. 35-rated recruit in the CA/NV/HI region … Ranked as the No. 12 outside linebacker in the nation by Tom Lemming … No. 90-rated recruit in California according to ESPN.com and the No. 79 outside linebacker in the country … Registered 62 tackles, two sacks, one fumble recovery, one forced fumble and one blocked field goal in his senior season … Also played running back and had 17 carries for 72 yards and a touchdown … He made four catches for 120 yards … Credited with 113 tackles as a junior … His dad, Doug, played football (defensive back) at the University of Oregon from 1982-85 … Coached by Jeff Woodruff. PERSONAL - Full Name: Cameron J. Judge ... Born: November 29, 1994 ... Parents: Doug and Margaret Judge ... Has two older brothers, Chris and Jordan, and two younger sisters, Catrina and Chloe ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as signing with UCLA ... Admires the NFL's James Harrison ... Hobbies include playing video games.

HIGH SCHOOL - A four-star recruit according to rivals.com … Three-star recruit according to scout.com … No. 78 recruit on the scout.com West 150 list … No. 191 on the rivals.com 250 … Selected to play in the Semper Fidelis All-America Bowl … No. 106 recruit in the nation and named to the PrepStar Dream Team … Ranked as the nation’s No. 6 offensive tackle according to PrepStar … Rated as the No. 12 offensive guard in the nation and the No. 24 prospect in the state of California according to rivals.com … Rated as the nation’s No. 300 recruit and No. 17 offensive guard in the nation by ESPN.com … Listed as the No. 33 recruit in California by ESPN.com … Ranked as the nation’s No. 29 offensive guard, No. 6 OG in the West, according to scout.com … SuperPrep’s No. 54-ranked recruit in the CA/NV/ HI region … First-team All-CIF Southern Section, All-Orange County and All-Trinity League ... Cal-Hi Sports first-team all-state selection ... Ranked No. 19 offensive guard in the nation by Tom Lemming … Coached by Chuck Petersen. PERSONAL - Full Name: John Anthony Lopez… Born: November 4, 1994 in Orange, CA … Parents: Marco and Laura Lopez ... Has one older brother, James, and an older sister, Cristina ... Lists his biggest athletic thrill as receiving the scholarship offer to attend UCLA ... Jackie Robinson is the famous athlete he most admires.

ELDRIDGE MASSINGTON #82

KENNY LACY

#76

Wide Receiver Fr. • 6-1 • 205 West Mesquite, Texas Mesquite

Offensive Line Fr. • 6-4 • 290 Phoenix, Ariz. Mountain Pointe

HIGH SCHOOL - A four-star recruit according to scout.com and rivals.com … No. 40 prospect on the scout.com West 150 list … No. 171 recruit in the nation, a PrepStar All-American and the No. 16 offensive tackle in the country … Ranked No. 219 nationally according to scout.com … Selected to play in the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl … Ranked as the nation’s No. 18 offensive tackle by scout.com and No. 4 in the West … Rated by rivals.com as the No. 27 offensive tackle in the country and No. 4 prospect in Arizona … ESPN.com’s No. 9-rated player in the state of Arizona and the No. 38-ranked offensive tackle in the nation … SuperPrep’s No. 22-ranked offensive lineman and No. 6-rated prospect in Arizona … No. 16-ranked offensive tackle by Tom Lemming … Helped lead his team to a 12-2 record and its first-ever appearance in a state title game as a senior … Team captain who started 39 high school games ... Coached by Norris Vaughan. PERSONAL - Full Name: Kenneth Ray Lacy … Born: January 5, 1995 in Phoenix, AZ… Parents: Kenneth and Patricia Lacy … Has an older sister, Kendra ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as going to the high school state championship game his senior year ... The NFL's Jake Long is the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include playing basketball ... Cousin, Marcel Jones, plays for New Orleans Saints ... Has an interest in a career in sports broadcasting.

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UCLA - Enrolled in January, 2013 and gained valuable experience in his first spring practice. HIGH SCHOOL - A four-star recruit according to scout.com and rivals.com ... Listed as the nation's No. 174 recruit on the ESPN 300 ... PrepStar All-American and the No. 34 wide receiver in the nation ... Ranked as the nation's No. 27 wide receiver by scout.com and No. 35 by rivals.com ... The No. 249 overall recruit in the nation according to rivals.com and the No. 33 prospect in the state of Texas ... Nation's No. 208 recruit according to scout.com ... Rated by ESPN.com as the nation's No. 172 recruit, No. 21 recruit in the state of Texas and the No. 21 wide receiver in the nation ... SuperPrep's No. 39-ranked wide receiver nationally and the No. 31-rated recruit in the state of Texas ... Sat out his senior season due to injury ... As a junior, caught 39 passes for 663 yards and six touchdowns ... Made eight catches for 210 yards and two touchdowns in a game against Corsicana High School ... Ranked No. 22 wide receiver in the nation by Tom Lemming ... Coached by Mike Overton ... Also lettered three years in track. PERSONAL - Full Name: Eldridge Massington … Born: January 26, 1995 in Dallas, TX … Parents: Eldridge Massington I and Kathy Dukes ... Has four sisters Markelle, Somolia, Myia, Meoshe ... Chad Johnson and Charles Barkley are the athletes he admires most ... Was a member of the high school choir.

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POASI MOALA

#8

JALEN ORTIZ

Offensive Line Fr. • 6-4 • 265 Moreno Valley, Calif. Rancho Verde

Receiver Fr. • 5-9 • 176 Peoria, Ariz. Centennial

HIGH SCHOOL - Four-star recruit according to scout.com and the nation’s No. 156 recruit … Four-star ranking by rivals.com … No. 31 recruit on the scout.com West 150 list … SuperPrep All-West Region selection and the No. 62-ranked recruit in the CA/NV/HI region … Ranked as the nation’s No. 11 offensive tackle according to scout.com and No. 1 in the West … ESPN.com’s No. 86 recruit in the state of California and the nation’s No. 63 offensive tackle … PrepStar All-West Region selection and the No. 38-ranked offensive tackle in the nation … Rated as the No. 70 overall prospect in California and the No. 23 offensive tackle in the nation by rivals. com … Team went 10-4 in his senior season … First-team All-CIF Central Division … Coached by Pete Duffy. PERSONAL - Full Name: Poasi Fahina Moala … Born: December 6, 1994 in Moreno Valley, CA… Parents: Etuate and Enisolo Moala … Brother's name is Simote Eikimn'a and two sisters are Silia and Ofa ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports to date as going to a CIF championship ... The NFL's Haloti Nagata is the athlete he admires the most ... Hobbies include playing the guitar, swimming and music.

CHRISTIAN MORRIS #60

Offensive Line Fr. • 6-6 • 315 Memphis, Tenn. East

HIGH SCHOOL - A three-star recruit according to both rivals.com and scout.com … No. 101 prospect on the scout.com West 150 list … PrepStar All-West Region selection, the No. 198-ranked recruit in the nation and the No. 23 running back in the country … Ranked as the nation’s No. 66 running back according to scout.com and the No. 1 RB prospect in Arizona … SuperPrep’s No. 8-rated prospect in the state of Arizona … Rated as the nation’s No. 27 “athlete” and the No. 8 prospect in Arizona by rivals.com … Rated the No. 3 recruit in Arizona and the No. 31 cornerback in the country by ESPN.com … As a senior, he totaled 1,401 yards rushing and scored 12 touchdowns … Made 32 catches for 501 yards and five touchdowns … On defense, he made 19 tackles and four interceptions … Returned six kickoffs for a 25.8-yard average … Ran for 1,187 yards and 14 touchdowns in 2011 … Also caught 14 passes for 340 yards and six touchdowns … Had seven kickoff returns for a 40.4-yard average, with two returns of over 80 yards for scores … Made 20 tackles as a defensive back and added one interception, one fumble forced and one fumble recovered … In 2010, he ran for 751 yards and 11 scores … Coached by Richard Taylor ... Also lettered in track (100m, 200m, 400m, 4 x 100m relay, 4 x 400m relay). PERSONAL - Full Name: Jalen Ortiz … Born: July 1, 1994 in Alamogordo, NM… Parents: Anthony Ortiz and Kristina Mitchell … Has one sister, Mariah ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as playing in the state championship game ... Admires the NFL's Tavon Austin … Hobbies include football, playing video games and hanging out with his friends ... Interested in an Economics major and a career in business.

#52

HIGH SCHOOL - Attended Memphis, TN East HS for three years ... A four-star recruit according to scout.com and rivals.com ... Selected to play in the U.S. Army All-America Bowl all-star game ... No. 128 recruit on the rivals.com 250 ... Rated the No. 253 recruit nationally by scout.com ... PrepStar All-American, the nation's No. 152-ranked recruit and the No. 12 offensive tackle in the nation ... Also named All-Southeast Region by PrepStar ... Ranked as the nation's No. 20 offensive tackle and No. 4 OT in the South according to scout.com ... Rated as the nation's No. 10 offensive tackle and the No. 3 prospect in Tennessee by rivals.com ... ESPN.com's No. 12-rated recruit in the state of Tennessee and the country's No. 43 offensive tackle ... SuperPrep's No. 6-rated prospect in Tennessee ... Played left tackle in high school and had 50+ pancake blocks as a senior ... Served as team captain ... Coached by Marcus Wimberly. PERSONAL - Full Name: Christian D. Morris … Born: December 27, 1994 in Memphis, TN… Parents: Francois Morris and Lakisha Shaw ... Has one brother, Francois, II ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as being able to achieve his ultimate goals ... Lists the NFL's Michael Oher and the NBA's Dwight Howard as the athletes he admires the most ... Grandmother attended UCLA ... … Hobbies include paintball and golf ... Has an interest in a career in the medical field.

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SCOTT

QUESSENBERRY Center Fr. • 6-3 • 288 La Costa, Calif. La Costa Canyon

HIGH SCHOOL - Played three seasons of varsity football at La Costa Canyon HS ... A three-star recruit according to scout.com and rivals.com ... Selected to play in the Under Armour All-American Game in Orlando, FL ... Ranked as the nation's No. 7 center, No. 2 in the West region, according to scout.com ... Rated as the No. 5 center in the nation and the No. 45 prospect in the state of California by rivals.com ... No. 62 recruit on the scout.com West 150 list ... Ranked as the nation's No. 274 recruit, the No. 3 center in the country and the No. 30 prospect in California by ESPN.com ... PrepStar All-West Region selection and the No. 18-ranked offensive guard in the country ... SuperPrep's No. 39-rated prospect in the CA/NV/HI region ... Started all 33 high school games ... Also lettered in basketball and track and field ... Served as team captain for football and track ... Coached by Sean Sovacool. PERSONAL - Full Name: Scott W. Quessenberry … Born: March 23, 1995 in Carlsbad, CA … Parents: David and Maureen Quessenberry … Has two older brothers David (offensive lineman at San Jose State, selected in the sixth round of the 2013 NFL Draft by the Houston Texans) and Paul (linebacker at Naval Academy) ... Lists his biggest thrills in sports as blocking a punt in high school and scooping it up for a score ... Lists the NBA's LeBron James and NFL twins Mike and Maurkice Pouncey as the athletes he admires the most … Hobbies includes basketball and going to the beach.

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PRIEST WILLIS

#51

ALEX REDMOND

#2

Offensive Line Fr. • 6-5 • 305 Cerritos, Calif. Los Alamitos

Defensive Back Fr. • 6-2 • 185 Phoenix, Ariz. Marcos de Niza

HIGH SCHOOL - A four-star recruit according to rivals.com and scout.com … Ranked No. 284 recruit in the nation according to scout.com … SuperPrep All-West Region selection and the No. 41-ranked recruit in the CA/NV/HI region … No. 52 recruit on the scout.com West 150 list … Ranked as the nation’s No. 14 offensive guard and No. 2 OG in the West according to scout.com … PrepStar All-West Region selection and the No. 27-rated offensive guard in the country … The nation’s No. 17 offensive guard and the No. 31 overall prospect in the state of California by rivals.com … Ranked as the No. 66 recruit in California by ESPN.com and the No. 46 offensive tackle in the country … Coached by John Barnes ... Earned Meat Grinder of the Year Award from his team ... Also lettered three years in wrestling for coach Torres ... Became the first state finalist in wrestling in his school's history ... Two-time Sunset League champion ... Entered the state wrestling tournament ranked sixth in the state, pinned his first four opponents to advance to the finals ...Team captain for both foootball and wrestling teams ... Named Male Athlete of the Year at his school. PERSONAL - Full Name: Alex Edward Redmond… Born: January 18, 1995 in Long Beach, CA … Parents: Russell and Michele Redmond ... Has one older brother, Andre ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as helping his team make it to the State finals in wrestling ... Lists former NFL standout Ray Lewis as the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include paintball ... Likes poetry.

HIGH SCHOOL - A five-star recruit according to scout.com …Four-star prospect according to rivals.com… Scout.com’s No. 4-ranked cornerback in the nation … Listed No. 56 on the rivals.com 250 and No. 41 in the nation by scout.com … No. 6 recruit on the scout.com West 150 … Selected to play in the Under Armour All-American Game … Listed as the No. 59 recruit in the nation, the top-ranked prospect in the state of Arizona and the No. 5 safety in the country according to ESPN.com … Rivals.com’s No. 6 safety in the country and No. 2 recruit in Arizona … Ranked No. 115 in the nation on PrepStar’s Dream Team and the No. 12 safety in the nation … SuperPrep’s No. 6-rated defensive back … Regarded as the No. 1 recruit in Arizona by SuperPrep … No. 69 recruit in the nation and the No. 7 safety nationally according to Tom Lemming … Credited with 55 tackles as a senior, 1.5 sacks, two interceptions and one fumble recovery … Had a high of 18 tackles vs. Perry HS … Named all-section and all-state as a junior when he collected 62 tackles and two interceptions … Coached by Roy Lopez.

ASIANTII WOULARD #2

EDDIE VANDERDOES #47

Quarterback Fr. • 6-3 • 205 Palm Bay, Fla. Winter Park

Defensive Line Fr. • 6-4 • 305 Auburn, Calif. Placer

HIGH SCHOOL - A five-star recruit according to both rivals.com and scout.com … Second-team USA Today All-American … Selected to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl all-star game … Scout.com’s No. 2-ranked defensive tackle in the country … No. 3 recruit and No. 1 ranked defensive tackle on the scout.com West 150 list … ESPN.com’s No. 10 recruit in the nation, No. 1 defensive tackle in the country and the top-rated recruit in the state of California … No. 2-ranked defensive tackle in the nation according to scout.com and No. 1 in the West … Listed No. 21 on the rivals.com 250 and No. 9 in the nation by scout.com … Ranked No. 3 recruit in California by rivals.com and the No. 2 defensive tackle in the nation … SuperPrep’s No. 4-ranked defensive lineman nationally … Regarded as the No. 2 recruit in the CA/NV/HI region by SuperPrep … Ranked as the nation’s No. 43 recruit and the No. 6 defensive end by Tom Lemming … No. 32-ranked player nationally on PrepStar Dream Team and the country’s No. 5-ranked defensive tackle … Credited with 72 tackles and nine sacks for an 11-1 team in his senior season … Had 65 tackles and 10 sacks as a junior … Coached by Joey Montoya ... Also played baseball. PERSONAL - Full Name: Eddie Norman Vanderdoes IV ... Born: October13, 1994 in Auburn, CA ... Parents: Eddie and Behia Vanderdoes ... Has one younger sister, Baylee ... Admires NBA player LeBron James and NFL players Ray Lewis and Ndamukong Suh ... Lists his biggest thrill to date as playing in the U.S. Army High School All-American Bowl and winning his league championship ... Hobbies include longboarding and hanging with his friends ... Interested in Communications.

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HIGH SCHOOL - A four-star recruit according to both rivals.com and scout.com … No. 141 on the rivals.com 250 … Selected to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl all-star game … Listed as the No. 1 dual-threat quarterback in the nation and the No. 143 overall recruit in the nation by ESPN.com … Elite 11 MVP ... The No. 29-rated recruit in the state of Florida according to ESPN.com … Scout.com’s No. 34-ranked quarterback in the nation and the No. 2-ranked prospect at quarterback in Florida … Rivals.com’s No. 5-ranked dual-threat quarterback in the nation and No. 22-ranked recruit in Florida … Rated as the No. 131 player in the nation according to PrepStar and the No. 12 quarterback in the country … Ranked as the nation’s No. 23 combo quarterback by Tom Lemming … Passed for 1,400 yards and 13 touchdowns as a senior ... Rushed for 11 more scores ... As a junior, he passed for 1,334 yards with 14 touchdowns and 10 interceptions … Ran for 600 yards and nine touchdowns ... As a sophomore, he played in six games and made 38 catches. PERSONAL - Full Name: Asiantii (ah-SHAWN-tee) Malique Woulard… Born: January 8, 1995 in Melbourne, FL… Parents: Michael and Yvette Woulard … Has four younger brothers - Mykal, Elijah, Naeem, Redonte ... Lists NFL standout Tom Brady as the athlete he admires the most … Enjoys country music ... Lists his biggest athletic thrill to date as participating in the Elite 11.

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ISAAKO SAVAIINAEA

2013 SCHOLARSHIP NEWCOMERS (26)

#44

OFFENSE

Linebacker Fr. • 6-2 • 230 Honolulu, HI Punahou

HIGH SCHOOL - A four-star recruit according to scout.com and a three-star selection by rivals.com … No. 7 recruit on the scout.com West 150 list … ESPN.com’s No. 120 recruit in the nation, the No. 4 inside linebacker in the country and the No. 1 recruit in the state of Hawai’i … The No. 53 player in the nation according to scout.com and No. 3 middle linebacker … Selected to play in the Under Armour All-American Game … Listed as the No. 44 inside linebacker in the country by rivals.com and the No. 3 prospect in Hawai’i … PrepStar Top 300 All-American and the No. 8-ranked inside linebacker in the nation … SuperPrep’s No. 5-ranked linebacker nationally … Regarded as the No. 7 recruit in the CA/NV/HI region by SuperPrep … Coached by Kale Ane. PERSONAL - Full Name: Isaako Savaiinaea (sav-uh-ee-NYE-uh) … Born: June 5, 1995 … Parents: Naseli Savaiinaea and Syvette Johnston … Has a younger brother, Elijah, and three younger sisters - Isabel, Elizabeth and Hisae ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as running a kick return back for a touchdown in high school ... Lists Chad Owens (NFL and CFL) as the athlete he admires the most ... Likes to spend his free time at the beach, swimming and listening to music.

Pos.

Name

Hometown

WR

Darren Andrews

Phillips Ranch, CA

High School

LB

Jayon Brown

Long Beach, CA

OL

Caleb Benenoch

Katy, TX

LB

Jeremy Castro

Murrieta, CA

Vista Murrieta

P

Sean Covington

Treasure Island, FL

St. Petersburg

DL

Kenenth Clark

San Bernardino, CA

Y

Thomas Duarte

Fullerton, CA

DL

Kylie Fitts

San Bernardino, CA

OL

Kenny Lacy

Phoenix, AZ

DB

Tyler Foreman

Pasadena, CA

Crespi HS

OL

John Lopez

Villa Park, CA

Lutheran HS

DB

Tahaan Goodman

Rancho Cucamonga, CA

WR

Eldridge Massington

Mesquite, TX

Bishop Amat Long Beach Poly Seven Lakes

Carter Mater Dei HS Redlands East Valley Mountain Pointe

Rancho Cucamonga West Mesquite

DEFENSE Pos.

Name

Hometown

LB

Deon Hollins, Jr.

Houston, TX

High School

OL

Poasi Moala

Moreno Valley, CA

LB

Myles Jack

Bellevue, WA

OL

Christian Morris

Memphis, TN

DB

John Johnson

Fresno, CA

WR

Jalen Ortiz

Peoria, AZ

LB

Cameron Judge

Moorpark, CA

OL

Scott Quessenberry

La Costa, CA

LB

Isaako Savaiinaea

Honolulu, HI

Punahou

OL

Alex Redmond

Cerritos, CA

Los Alamitos

DL

Eddie Vanderdoes

Auburn, CA

QB

Asiantii Woulard

Palm Bay, FL

DB

Priest Willis

Phoenix, AZ

Marshall Rancho Verde Bellevue East Central Centennial Oaks Christian La Costa Canyon

Placer HS Winter Park Marcos de Niza

IMG UCLA SPORTS NETWORK The IMG UCLA Sports Network will produce every UCLA football game, both home and away, in 2013. Game are aired locally on AM570 Fox Sports Los Angeles. Fans can also hear the games on SIRIUS and XM Satellite Radio, and on the web at www.uclabruins.com. Chris Roberts, Wayne Cook and Matt Stevens will once again be calling all the action this year.

Chris Roberts enters his 22nd year calling play by play for both football and basketball. In 2013, Roberts won the Chick Hearn Award for best play-by-play in both sports from the Southern California Sports Broadcasters Association, which also inducted him into its Hall of Fame in 2012. Roberts is the author of two books "Stadium Stories," and the UCLA "Football Vault," co-written with Bill Bennett. No announcer has called more Division-I games in the past 33 years in Los Angeles broadcasting. Matt Stevens is in his 17th year of analyzing UCLA football. He was the quarterback that engineered the win over Iowa in the '86 Rose Bowl game. His good friend and fellow QB David Norrie and Stevens led the Bruins into postseason play in 1985, with Stevens getting the nod to start on New Years Day with Norrie injured. He has been honored by the Southern California Sports Broadcasters as Best Color Commentator. He is a big part of the Bruin Game Day Show in Lot H at the Rose Bowl before every home game. Wayne Cook begins his 11th year reporting from the sidelines at every Bruin game. UCLA's quarterback in the 1995 Rose Bowl, Cook is one of the school's all-time leaders in passing completions percentage. As a former player he provides inside knowledge of the program and is one of the hosts of Bruin Game Day in Lot H at the Rose Bowl.

(L-R): WAYNE COOK, CHRIS ROBERTS, MATT STEVENS

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

TEAM STATISTICS UCLA 482 34.4 331 130 170 31 2,671 3,187 516 599 4.5 190.8 29 3,860 324-496-11 7.8 11.9 275.7 29 6,531 1,095 6.0 466.5 44-967 33-302 15-129 22.0 9.2 8.6 24-14 130-1,281 91.5 78-3,374 43.3 39.9 29:39 83/217 38% 11/22 50% 47-249 52 62 16-22 0-2 54-66 82% 40-66 61% 56-59 95% 479,370 7/68,481 0/0

SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Att-Comp-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-YARDS PUNT RETURNS: #-YARDS INT RETURNS: #-YARDS KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-YARDS Average Per Game PUNTS-YARDS Average Per Punt Net punt average TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME 3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-YARDS MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game Neutral Site Games

OPP 386 27.6 301 117 140 44 2,315 2,711 396 561 4.1 165.4 20 3,508 303-479-15 7.3 11.6 250.6 27 5,823 1,040 5.6 415.9 21-459 16-119 11-170 21.9 7.4 15.5 29-17 92-859 61.4 83-3,480 41.9 37.3 30:21 67/204 33% 8/20 40% 52-302 -19 50 13-21 0-1 43-48 90% 33-48 69% 43-46 93% 243,045 6/40,508 1/55,507

RUSHING Johnathan Franklin-rb Brett Hundley-qb Damien Thigpen-rb Jordon James-rb Steven Manfro-rb Melvin Emesibe-rb Kevin Prince-qb Malcolm Jones-rb Jeff Locke-p Shaq Evans-wr Devin Fuller-wr Kenneth Walker-wr Team Total Opponents

ATT 282 160 50 62 8 16 1 3 1 2 1 3 10 599 561

YG 1,819 702 281 234 70 42 11 10 8 6 0 4 0 3,187 2,711

YL 85 347 19 20 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 7 36 516 396

NYG 1,734 355 262 214 70 40 11 10 8 6 0 -3 -36 2,671 2,315

AVG 6.1 2.2 5.2 3.5 8.8 2.5 11.0 3.3 8.0 3.0 0.0 -1.0 -3.6 4.5 4.1

TDs 13 9 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 29 20

LG 78 72 41 25 18 7 11 4 8 3 0 4 0 78 92

PASSING Brett Hundley-qb Richard Brehaut-qb Team Kevin Prince-qb Total Opponents

ATT 478 9 5 4 496 479

COMP 318 4 0 2 324 303

INT 11 0 0 0 11 15

G 14 14 14 13 13 14 9 10 13 12 7 10 7 8 8 14 14 14 14

NO 60 46 33 31 28 28 20 18 18 11 10 7 7 3 2 1 1 324 303

PCT 66.5 44.4 0.0 50.0 65.3 63.3

YDs 3,740 105 0 15 3,860 3,508

TDs 29 0 0 0 29 27

LG 71 38 0 13 71 75

EFF. 147.67 142.44 0.0 81.50 145.55 137.11

RECEIVING Shaq Evans-wr Joseph Fauria-y Johnathan Franklin-rb Jerry Johnson-wr Steven Manfro-rb Jordon James-rb Devin Fuller-wr Damien Thigpen-rb Jordan Payton-wr Kenneth Walker-wr Devin Lucien-wr Darius Bell-wr Jerry Rice, Jr.-wr Ricky Marvray-wr Logan Sweet-wr Datone Jones-y Cassius Marsh-y Total Opponents

YDs 877 637 323 428 287 204 145 211 202 87 188 143 52 18 47 7 4 3,860 3,508

AVG 14.6 13.8 9.8 13.8 10.2 7.3 7.2 11.7 11.2 7.9 18.8 20.4 7.4 6.0 23.5 7.0 4.0 11.9 11.6

TDs 3 12 2 1 1 1 2 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 29 27

LG 71 36 40 55 49 18 18 65 40 33 38 34 20 7 34 7 4 71 75

SCORE BY QUARTERS UCLA Opponents

1 148 86

2 138 123

2012 RESULTS Date Aug. 30 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 24 Nov. 30 Dec. 27

3 95 80

4 101 97

OT 0 0

Tot 482 386

(9-5; 6-3 Pac-12 South Champions)

Score UCLA 49, Rice 24 UCLA 36, Nebraska 30 UCLA 37, Houston 6 Oregon State 27, UCLA 20 UCLA 42, Colorado 14 California 43, UCLA 17 UCLA 21, Utah 14 UCLA 45, Arizona State 43 UCLA 66, Arizona 10 UCLA 44, Washington State 36 UCLA 38, USC 28 Stanford 35, UCLA 17 Stanford 27, UCLA 24 (Pac-12 Champ.) Baylor 49, UCLA 26 (Holiday Bowl)

Site Houston, TX Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Boulder, CO Berkeley, CA Rose Bowl Tempe, AZ Rose Bowl Pullman, WA Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Stanford, CA San Diego, CA

Attendance 23,105 71,530 53,723 54,636 46,893 57,643 66,303 55,672 81,673 28,110 83,277 68,228 31,622 55,507

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SCORING Ka'imi Fairbairn-pk Johnathan Franklin-rb Joseph Fauria-y Brett Hundley-qb Damien Thigpen-rb Shaq Evans-wr Jordon James-rb Steven Manfro-rb Devin Fuller-wr Eric Kendricks-lb Datone Jones-dl Jerry Johnson-wr Jordan Payton-wr Melvin Emesibe-rb Darius Bell-y Logan Sweet-wr Damien Holmes-lb Cassius Marsh-dl Sheldon Price-cb Anthony Barr-lb David Allen-fb Total Opponents

PUNTING TDs 15 12 9 4 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 62 50

FG-A 16-22 16-22 13-21

XP-A 56-59 56-59 43-46

2XP 1 1 2

DXP 1-3 1-3 2-3

SAF 1 1 2 -

PTS 104 90 72 54 24 18 18 18 12 12 8 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 2 2 482 386

Jeff Locke-p Brett Hundley-qb Total Opponents

01-19

20-29

30-39

40-49

50+

Lg

Blk

0-0

7-7

7-9

2-5

0-1

48

0

72.7

G 14 14 10 13 14 14 13 14 9 12 13 7 10 7 13 14 8 2 8 14 14 12 14 14 3 1 13 13 14 14 14 14 14

RUSH 1,734 6 262 70 0 214 0 355 0 -3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 40 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 10 0 0 8 0 0 -36 2,671 2,315

RECV 323 877 211 287 637 204 428 0 145 87 202 188 143 52 0 0 47 0 18 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 4 0 3,860 3,508

PR 0 85 0 132 0 0 0 0 16 0 0 0 0 0 0 48 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 302 119

KR 5 22 376 176 0 20 0 0 167 138 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 0 22 21 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 967 459

INT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 50 0 0 0 0 27 10 0 18 14 0 0 2 8 0 0 0 0 129 170

YDs 132 85 48 6 7 5 19 302 119

NO 14 9 8 7 2 1 1 1 1 0 44 21

Damien Thigpen-rb Devin Fuller-wr Steven Manfro-rb Kenneth Walker-wr Eric Kendricks-lb Shaq Evans-wr Ricky Marvray-wr Roosevelt Davis-wr Jordon James-rb Johnathan Franklin-rb Total Opponents

TB 7 0 7 4

FC 36 0 36 22

I20 34 1 35 27

50+ 22 0 22 19

AVG 8.8 10.6 16.0 3.0 7.0 5.0 9.5 9.2 7.4

TDs 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

LG 27 43 36 6 0 5 10 43 23

YDs 376 167 176 138 22 22 20 21 20 5 967 459

AVG 26.9 18.6 22.0 19.7 11.0 22.0 20.0 21.0 20.0 5.0 22.0 21.9

TDs 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

LG 55 36 51 40 12 22 20 21 20 5 55 47

INTERCEPTION RETURNS NO 4 4 2 1 1 1 1 1 15 11

Andrew Abbott-db Sheldon Price-db Stan McKay-lb Randall Goforth-db Tevin McDonald-db Aaron Hester-db Dalton Hilliard-lb Eric Kendricks-lb Total Opponents

TOT 2,062 990 849 665 637 438 428 355 328 222 202 188 143 52 50 48 47 40 38 32 32 21 18 14 11 10 9 8 8 7 4 -36 7,929 6,571

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KICKOFF RETURNS

ALL PURPOSE YARDS Johnathan Franklin-rb Shaq Evans-wr Damien Thigpen-rb Steven Manfro-rb Joseph Fauria-y Jordon James-rb Jerry Johnson-wr Brett Hundley-qb Devin Fuller-wr Kenneth Walker-wr Jordan Payton-wr Devin Lucien-wr Darius Bell-y Jerry Rice, Jr.-wr Tevin McDonald-db Randall Goforth-db Logan Sweet-wr Melvin Emesibe-rb Ricky Marvray-wr Andrew Abbott-db Eric Kendricks-lb Roosevelt Davis-wr Stan McKay-db Aaron Hester-db Kevin Prince-qb Malcolm Jones-rb Dalton Hilliard-lb Sheldon Price-db Jeff Locke-p Datone Jones-dl Cassius Marsh-dl Team Total Opponents

AVG 43.3 37.0 43.3 41.9

NO 15 8 3 2 1 1 2 33 16

Steven Manfro-rb Shaq Evans-wr Randall Goforth-db Devin Fuller-wr Dalton Hilliard-lb Andrew Abbott-db Team Total Opponents

Ka'imi Fairbairn: at Rice: 27G; Nebraska: 36NGwl, 35G, 22G, 34NGwl; Houston: 35G, 23G, 33G; Oregon State: 22G, 42NGwr, 35G; at Colorado: 44NGwr; at Cal: 46NGwl, 29G; Utah: no att.; at Arizona State: 33G; Arizona: 25G; at Washington State: no att.; USC: 23G; Stanford: 48G; at Stanford: 31G, 52NGwl; Baylor: 30G, 40G Numbers indicate fg attempt length in yards; G = Field Goal Made; NG = Field Goal Not Made

16-22

YDs 3,337 37 3,374 3,480

PUNT RETURNS

FIELD GOALS

Ka'imi Fairbairn FGM-FGA Pct

NO 77 1 78 83

YDs 27 8 18 0 50 14 2 10 129 170

AVG 6.8 2.0 9.0 0.0 50.0 14.0 2.0 10.0 8.6 15.5

TDs 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

RUSH 355 1,734 262 215 0 70 40 11 10 8 6 -3 -37 2,671 2,315

PASS 3,740 0 0 0 105 0 0 15 0 0 0 0 3,860 3,508

TOTAL 4,095 1,734 262 215 105 70 40 26 10 8 6 -3 -37 6,531 5,823

LG 24 8 18 0 50 14 2 10 50 80

TOTAL OFFENSE Brett Hundley-qb Johnathan Franklin-rb Damien Thigpen-rb Jordon James-rb Richard Brehaut-qb Steven Manfro-rb Melvin Emesibe-rb Kevin Prince-qb Malcolm Jones-rb Jeff Locke-p Shaq Evans-wr Kenneth Walker-wr Team Total Opponents

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G 14 14 10 14 2 13 2 3 1 14 14 12 10 14 14

PLAYS 638 282 50 61 9 8 16 5 3 1 2 3 15 1,095 1,040

AVG/G 292.5 123.9 26.2 15.4 26.2 5.4 20.0 6.5 10.0 8.0 0.4 -0.2 -4.0 466.5 415.9

BK 0 0 0 3

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DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Player Eric Kendricks-lb Anthony Barr-lb Tevin McDonald-db Jordan Zumwalt-lb Datone Jones-dl Andrew Abbott-db Damien Holmes-lb Cassius Marsh-dl Owa. Odighizuwa-dl Aaron Hester-db Randall Goforth-db Sheldon Price-db Stan McKay-lb Dalton Hilliard-lb Seali'i Epenesa-dl Ryan Hofmeister-lb Donovan Carter-dl Ellis McCarthy-dl Keenan Graham-de Fabian Moreau-db Anthony Jefferson-db Brandon Willis-dl Aaron Wallace-lb Marcus Rios-db Brandon Tuliaupupu-dl David Allen-fb Shaq Evans-wr Team Kevin McReynolds-ol Kenny Orjioke-lb Damien Thigpen-rb Brandon Sermons-db Jordon James-rb Brett Hundley-qb Kenneth Walker-wr Phillip Ruhl-fb Ishmael Adams-db Jeff Locke-p Jordan Barrett-y Roosevelt Davis-wr Total Opponents

G 14 14 13 13 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 13 14 13 14 13 13 9 11 11 8 6 10 9 5 14 14 14 13 5 10 9 14 14 12 6 2 14 12 12 14 14

UT 92 60 57 52 45 52 35 31 27 31 27 30 21 23 14 10 9 9 6 3 3 2 3 2 1 2 3 3 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 665 755

AT 58 23 22 19 17 6 18 19 17 13 13 7 13 9 7 5 4 1 3 2 2 3 0 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 288 230

TT 150 83 79 71 62 58 53 50 44 44 40 37 34 32 21 15 13 10 9 5 5 5 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 953 985

TFL/ Yds 6.0-21 21.5-105 0 8.0-25 19.0-64 3.0-8 10.0-31 10.5-59 6.0-21 2.0-4 1.0-1 0.5-0 3.0-5 5.5-17 0 0 0 1.0-4 1.0-3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.0-4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100-372 117-463

Sks/ Yds INT 2.0-13 1-10 13.5-70 0 0 1-50 2.0-11 0 6.5-39 0 0 4-27 5.5-23 0 8.0-55 0 3.5-18 0 0 1-14 0 1-0 0 4-8 3.0-5 2-18 1.0-8 1-2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.0-4 0 1.0-3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 47-249 15-129 52-302 11-170

PB 4 5 9 1 0 3 1 2 3 7 3 5 3 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 50 56

QBH FR 0 3-63 4 0 0 2-0 0 1-0 2 0 0 0 2 1-44 0 3-0 0 2-0 0 1-0 0 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0 0 0 0 1-38 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 17-145 4 14-11

FF 3 4 1 2 2 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 10

BK 1 1 0 1 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 3

SAF 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0

CASSIUS MARSH

UT—Unassisted Tackle; AT—Tackle Assist; TT—Total Tackles; TFL—Tackles for Loss; Sks—Sacks; FF—Fumbles Forced; FR— Fumbles Recovered; BK—Blocked Kicks; PB—Passes Broken Up; Int—Interceptions

JORDAN ZUMWALT

GAME-BY-GAME TEAM STATISTICS Game @Rice Nebraska Houston Oregon State @Colorado @Cal Utah @Arizona State Arizona @Washington State USC Stanford @ Stanford Baylor

Rushing TC-YDS-TD 37-343-4 56-344-0 56-247-1 28-72-1 44-211-4 34-129-0 47-171-2 47-212-2 63-308-6 38-73-1 50-172-4 33-73-1 38-284-3 28-33-0

UCLA Offense Passing PA-PC-I-YDS-TD 32-24-1-303-2 38-22-0-309-4 42-27-2-320-2 42-27-0-372-1 40-25-0-281-2 47-31-4-253-2 21-15-0-183-1 31-19-1-274-4 30-25-0-303-3 21-18-1-261-3 30-22-0-234-1 38-20-1-261-1 32-23-1-177-0 52-26-0-329-3

Total Offense Plays-YDS-TD 69-646-6 94-653-4 98-567-3 70-444-2 84-492-6 81-382-2 68-354-3 78-486-6 93-611-9 59-334-4 80-406-5 71-334-2 70-461-3 80-362-3

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Rushing TC-YDS-TD 48-174-1 36-260-3 19-139-1 41-122-1 30-83-0 42-186-2 27-75-0 59-220-1 40-121-1 30-67-0 30-172-0 49-221-3 43-170-2 67-306-5

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UCLA Defense Passing PA-PC-I-YDS-TD 30-18-1-184-2 31-17-1-179-0 60-28-5-249-0 35-24-1-379-2 35-23-1-226-2 30-25-1-295-4 35-25-1-244-1 35-25-1-315-4 30-17-0-136-0 57-37-1-457-5 43-23-2-341-3 22-15-0-160-1 23-16-0-155-1 13-10-0-188-2

Total Offense Plays-YDS-TD 78-358-3 67-439-3 79-388-1 76-501-3 65-309-2 72-481-6 62-319-1 94-535-5 70-257-1 87-524-5 73-513-3 71-381-4 66-325-3 80-494-7

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GAME-BY-GAME INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS (O) Passing Game at Rice Nebraska Houston Oregon State at Colorado at California Utah at Arizona State Arizona at Washington State USC Stanford at Stanford Baylor

Rushing Game at Rice Nebraska Houston Oregon State at Colorado at California Utah at Arizona State Arizona at Washington State USC Stanford at Stanford Baylor

Receiving

Hundley PA-PC-I-Yds-TD 28-21-1-202-2 33-21-0-305-4 42-27-2-320-2 42-27-0-372-1 38-25-0-281-2 47-31-4-253-2 21-15-0-183-1 29-19-1-274-4 28-23-0-288-3 21-18-1-261-3 30-22-0-234-1 38-20-1-261-1 31-23-1-177-0 50-26-0-329-3

Franklin TC-Yds-TD 15-214-3 26-217-0 25-110-0 12-45-0 15-111-0 15-102-0 22-79-1 26-164-2 24-162-2 19-66-0 29-171-2 21-65-1 19-194-2 14-34-0

Brehaut PA-PC-I-Yds-TD 4-3-0-101-0 5-1-0-4-0 -

Hundley TC-Yds-TD 7-68-1 12-53-0 9-(-2)-0 10-32-1 11-14-2 14-7-0 15-68-1 15-27-0 10-16-1 8-(-11)-0 16-10-2 8-0-0 16-83-1 9-(-10)-0

James TC-Yds-TD 5-28-0 6-27-0 7-23-0 4-(-1)-0 4-33-1 4-14-0 1-4-0 5-15-0 6-37-0 7-19-0 3-(-2)-0 4-8-0 3-7-0 2-3-0

Prince PA-PC-I-Yds-TD 0-0-0-0-0 0-2-0-0-0 2-2-0-15-0 -

Manfro TC-Yds-TD 0-0-0 2-12-0 1-14-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-40-0 1-4-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

2012 BRUINS

Thigpen TC-Yds-TD 5-25-0 7-37-0 9-89-0 2-(-4)-0 9-47-1 1-5-0 9-20-0 1-6-0 6-24-1 1-13-0 -

STEVEN MANFRO

Game at Rice Nebraska Houston Oregon State at Colorado at California Utah at Arizona State Arizona at Washington State USC Stanford at Stanford Baylor

Bell PC-Yds-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-24-0 2-63-0 2-38-1 1-18-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

Evans PC-Yds-TD 4-42-0 2-15-0 2-20-0 6-148-1 3-29-0 7-68-0 4-91-1 5-75-0 3-43-0 3-40-0 8-114-0 4-86-0 2-24-0 7-82-1

Fauria PC-Yds-TD 3-53-1 4-42-2 2-27-0 2-20-0 2-20-1 3-38-1 3-41-0 3-25-1 5-81-2 4-70-1 4-61-1 4-66-1 1-17-0 5-59-1

Franklin PC-Yds-TD 1-4-0 3-59-1 4-58-0 1-11-0 3-48-0 3-8-0 1-11-0 1-4-0 3-28-0 4-45-1 2-14-0 3-7-0 3-22-0 1-4-0

Fuller PC-Yds-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-24-1 2-5-0 1-10-1 3-25-0 2-27-0 7-42-0 3-12-0

James PC-Yds-TD 4-45-0 2-2-0 3-28-1 2-11-0 2-22-0 6-41-0 0-0-0 1-16-0 2-4-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-15-0 4-20-0 0-0-0

Johnson PC-Yds-TD 1-11-1 2-10-0 1-10-0 5-75-0 4-36-0 2-13-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-57-0 1-25-0 4-25-0 3-45-0 1-5-0 5-116-0

Game at Rice Nebraska Houston Oregon State at Colorado at California Utah at Arizona State Arizona at Washington State USC Stanford at Stanford Baylor

Lucien PC-Yds-TD 2-45-0 3-70-0 2-42-0 1-8-0 2-23-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

Manfro PC-Yds-TD 3-22-0 4-64-1 7-78-0 3-22-0 2-20-0 0-0-0 4-14-0 3-33-0 1-26-0 0-0-0 1-8-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

Marvray PC-Yds-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-4-0 2-14-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

Payton PC-Yds-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-1-0 1-11-0 3-41-0 2-19-0 0-0-0 3-37-1 4-62-0 0-0-0 1-7-0 2-21-0 1-3-0

Rice PC-Yds-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-8-0 0-0-0 3-30-0 2-14-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

Thigpen PC-Yds-TD 4-42-0 2-47-0 2-18-0 2-4-0 0-0-0 1(-1)-0 1-7-0 3-92-2 2-7-0 1-(-5)-0 -

Walker PC-Yds-TD 2-39-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-9-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-2-0 1-9-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-9-0 3-19-0

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GAME-BY-GAME INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS (D) Defense Game at Rice Nebraska Houston Oregon State at Colorado at California Utah at Arizona State Arizona at Washington State USC Stanford at Stanford Baylor

Abbott PT-AT-TT-TFL 4-0-4-0.0 5-0-5-0.0 5-0-5-0.0 4-1-5-0.0 3-0-3-0.0 0-2-2-0.0 2-0-2-1.0 6-0-6-0.0 2-0-2-0.0 2-0-2-0.0 6-0-6-0.0 5-1-6-2.0 2-3-5-0.0 7-0-7-0.0

Allen PT-AT-TT-TFL 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 1-0-1-0.0 1-0-1-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-1-1-0.0

Barr PT-AT-TT-TFL 6-0-6-1.0 2-2-4-1.5 1-1-2-1.5 7-0-7-3.0 4-1-5-2.0 6-2-8-1.0 3-2-5-0.5 3-2-5-1.0 3-1-4-2.0 4-4-8-3.0 3-0-3-1.0 6-3-9-1.0 6-2-8-1.5 6-3-9-1.0

Carter PT-AT-TT-TFL 0-1-1-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 1-0-1-0.0 0-1-1-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 3-0-3-0.0 1-1-2-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 1-1-2-0.0 1-0-1-0.0 2-0-2-0.0

Epenesa PT-AT-TT-TFL 1-2-3-0.0 1-0-1-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 3-1-4-0.0 1-0-1-0.0 2-1-3-1.0 0-1-1-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 1-0-1-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 3-0-3-0.0 1-0-1-0.0 1-0-1-0.0

Goforth PT-AT-TT-TFL 1-1-2-0.0 6-3-9-0.0 2-1-3-0.0 2-0-2-0.0 1-0-1-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 1-1-2-0.0 4-1-5-0.0 4-0-4-0.0 2-2-4-0.0 1-0-1-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-1-1-0.0 4-2-6-0.0

Graham PT-AT-TT-TFL 3-0-3-1.0 0-0-0.0.0 0-1-1-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-1-1-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 1-0-1-0.0 2-1-3-0.0 0-0-0-0.0

Game at Rice Nebraska Houston Oregon State at Colorado at California Utah at Arizona State Arizona at Washington State USC Stanford at Stanford Baylor

Hester PT-AT-TT-TFL 3-2-5-1.0 1-0-1-0.0 3-1-4-0.0 4-2-6-0.0 4-0-4-0.0 5-2-7-0.0 2-0-2-0.0 3-1-4-0.0 1-2-3-0.0 1-1-2-0.0 2-0-2-1.0 1-1-2-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 2-0-2-0.0

Hilliard PT-AT-TT-TFL 1-1-2-0.0 1-0-1-0.0 3-0-3-0.0 2-1-3-1.5 3-1-4-3.0 2-1-3-0.0 0-1-1-0.0 2-1-3-0.0 1-0-1-1.0 3-2-5-0.0 1-1-2-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 4-1-5-0.0

Hofmeister PT-AT-TT-TFL 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-1-1-0.0 1-0-1-0.0 2-0-2-0.0 2-1-3-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 1-1-2-0.0 2-0-2-0.0 2-0-2-0.0 1-0-1-0.0 1-0-1-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0

Holmes PT-AT-TT-TFL 2-2-4-1.0 2-0-2-1.0 3-1-4-0.0 4-1-5-0.0 7-0-7-5.0 2-4-6-0.0 2-3-5-0.0 3-0-3-0.0 2-3-5-0.5 2-2-4-3.0 3-0-3-0.0 3-0-3-1.0 0-1-1-0.0 1-1-2-0.0

Jefferson PT-AT-TT-TFL 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 2-2-4-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 1-0-1-0.0

Jones PT-AT-TT-TFL 4-2-6-2.0 3-0-3-3.0 4-0-4-3.0 1-1-2-0.0 2-0-2-1.0 4-1-5-1.0 1-0-1-1.0 6-3-9-1.0 3-1-4-0.0 2-1-3-1.5 3-3-6-0.0 4-1-5-2.0 6-1-7-2.0 2-3-5-1.5

Kendricks PT-AT-TT-TFL 4-7-11-0.0 4-4-8-0.5 5-1-6-0.5 6-1-7-0.0 4-0-4-0.0 4-10-14-1.0 5-2-7-0.0 11-6-17-1.0 9-4-13-2.0 10-5-15-0.0 6-4-10-1.0 8-7-15-0.0 9-1-10-0.0 9-4-13-0.0

Game at Rice Nebraska Houston Oregon State at Colorado at California Utah at Arizona State Arizona at Washington State USC Stanford at Stanford Baylor

Marsh PT-AT-TT-TFL 0-2-2-0.0 1-0-1-0.0 2-1-3-1.0 4-0-4-0.0 1-0-1-0.0 5-1-6-1.0 3-1-4-1.5 6-3-9-1.0 2-0-2-1.0 3-2-5-2.5 0-4-4-0.0 1-1-2-0.0 0-1-1-0.0 1-2-3-0.5

McCarthy PT-AT-TT-TFL 2-0-2-1.0 0-0-0-0.0 1-1-2-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 1-0-1-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 3-0-3-0.0 1-0-1-0.0 1-0-1-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0

McDonald PT-AT-TT-TFL 4-2-6-0.0 6-0-6-0.0 0-2-2-0.0 8-1-9-0.0 7-2-9-0.0 4-0-4-0.0 8-2-10-0.0 5-0-5-0.0 1-1-2-0.0 5-3-8-0.0 4-1-5-0.0 2-3-5-0.0 4-3-7-0.0 0-0-0-0.0

McKay PT-AT-TT-TFL 2-1-3-0.0 1-0-1-0.0 0-1-1-0.0 1-0-1-0.0 3-0-3-0.0 2-3-5-0.0 1-0-1-0.0 2-1-3-1.0 2-1-3-1.0 5-2-7-0.0 1-2-3-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0

Moreau PT-AT-TT-TFL 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 1-0-1-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-1-1-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 1-0-1-0.0 1-0-1-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0

Odighizuwa PT-AT-TT-TFL 2-2-4-1.0 2-0-2-1.0 2-0-2-0.0 1-1-2-0.5 0-0-0-0.0 3-0-3-1.0 2-1-3-0.0 4-2-6-0.0 4-0-4-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 2-0-2-0.0 2-1-3-1.0 2-5-7-0.5 2-4-6-1.0

Orjioke PT-AT-TT-TFL 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 2-0-2-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0

Game at Rice Nebraska Houston Oregon State at Colorado at California Utah at Arizona State Arizona at Washington State USC Stanford at Stanford Baylor

Price, S. PT-AT-TT-TFL 4-0-4-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-1-1-0.0 2-0-2-0.0 5-0-5-0.0 1-2-3-0.0 2-0-2-0.0 0-1-1-0.0 2-1-3-0.5 3-1-4-0.0 4-0-4-0.0 5-0-5-0.0 1-1-2-0.0 1-0-1-0.0

Rios PT-AT-TT-TFL 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-1-1-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 1-0-1-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 1-0-1-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0

Sermons PT-AT-TT-TFL 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 1-0-1-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 1-0-1-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0

Tuliaupupu PT-AT-TT-TFL 0-1-1-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 1-0-1-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-1-1-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0

Wallace PT-AT-TT-TFL 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 1-0-1-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 1-0-1-0.0 1-0-1-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0

Willis PT-AT-TT-TFL 1-1-2-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 2-0-2-1.0 0-1-1-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0 0-0-0-0.0

Zumwalt, J. PT-AT-TT-TFL 3-0-3-0.0 6-1-7-2.0 3-0-3-0.0 3-0-3-1.0 0-0-0-0.0 1-0-1-0.0 4-0-4-0.0 5-5-10-2.0 2-0-2-0.0 2-1-3-1.0 4-1-5-0.0 3-0-3-0.0 6-6-12-1.0 8-7-15-0.0

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GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS OFFENSE OPPONENT

Xwr

LT

LG

C

RG

RT

Y

QB

F

TB

Zwr

at Rice

Johnson

White

Su'a-Filo

Brendel

Baca

Goines

Fauria

Hundley

Manfro

Franklin

Evans

Nebraska

Johnson

White

Su'a-Filo

Brendel

Baca

Goines

Fauria

Hundley

Allen(fb)

Franklin

Evans

Houston

Johnson

White

Su'a-Filo

Brendel

Downey

Goines

Thigpen(rb)

Hundley

James

Franklin

Evans

Oregon St.

Johnson

White

Su'a-Filo

Brendel

Downey

Goines

Fauira

Hundley

Thigpen

Franklin

Evans

at Colorado

Johnson

White

Su'a-Filo

Brendel

Baca

Goines

Fauria

Hundley

James

Franklin

Evans

at California

Johnson

White

Su'a-Filo

Brendel

Baca

Goines

Bell

Hundley

James

Franklin

Evans

Payton

White

Su'a-Filo

Brendel

Baca

Goines

Fauira

Hundley

Walker

Manfro

Evans

at ASU

Johnson

White

Su'a-Filo

Brendel

Baca

Goines

Payton(wr)

Hundley

Manfro

Franklin

Evans

Arizona

Johnson

White

Su'a-Filo

Brendel

Baca

Goines

Payton(wr)

Hundley

Manfro

Franklin

Evans

at WSU

Johnson

White

Su'a-Filo

Brendel

Baca

Goines

Payton(wr)

Hundley

Allen(fb)

Franklin

Evans

USC

Johnson

White

Su'a-Filo

Brendel

Baca

Goines

Fauria

Hundley

Thigpen

Franklin

Evans

Stanford

Johnson

White

Su'a-Filo

Brendel

Baca

Goines

Fauira

Hundley

Fuller

Franklin

Evans

at Stanford

Johnson

White

Su'a-Filo

Brendel

Baca

Goines

Fauira

Hundley

Fuller

Franklin

Evans

vs. Baylor

Johnson

White

Su'a-Filo

Brendel

Cid

Baca

Fauria

Hundley

Allen(fb)

Franklin

Evans

DE

DT

DE

LOLB

LILB

RILB

ROLB

CB

SS

FS

CB

at Rice

D. Jones

Epenesa

Marsh

J. Zumwalt

Hilliard

Kendricks

Barr

Hester

Abbott

McDonald

S. Price

Nebraska

D. Jones

Epenesa

Marsh

J. Zumwalt

Holmes

Kendricks

Barr

Hester

Goforth

McDonald

Abbott

Houston

D. Jones

Epenesa

Marsh

J. Zumwalt

McKay

Kendricks

Barr

Hester

Abbott

McDonald

S. Price

Oregon St.

D. Jones

Epenesa

Marsh

J. Zumwalt

Holmes

Kendricks

Barr

Hester

Abbott

McDonald

S. Price

at Colorado

D. Jones

Epenesa

Marsh

Holmes

Hofmeister

Kendricks

Barr

Hester

Abbott

McDonald

S. Price

at California

D. Jones

Epenesa

Marsh

Holmes

Hofmeister

Kendricks

Barr

Hester

Abbott

McDonald

S. Price

Utah

D. Jones

Epenesa

Marsh

Holmes

J. Zumwalt

Kendricks

Barr

Hester

Abbott

McDonald

S. Price

at ASU

D. Jones

Epenesa

Marsh

Holmes

J. Zumwalt

Kendricks

Barr

Hester

Abbott

McDonald

S. Price

Arizona

D. Jones

Goforth(db)

Marsh

Holmes

Hilliard

Kendricks

Barr

Hester

Abbott

McDonald

S. Price

at WSU

D. Jones

Goforth(db)

Marsh

Holmes

Hilliard

Kendricks

Barr

Hester

Abbott

McDonald

S. Price

USC

D. Jones

Goforth(db)

Marsh

Holmes

Hilliard

Kendricks

Barr

Hester

Abbott

McDonald

S. Price

Stanford

D. Jones

Epenesa

Marsh

Holmes

J. Zumwalt

Kendricks

Barr

Hester

Abbott

McDonald

S. Price

at Stanford

D. Jones

Epenesa

Marsh

Graham

J. Zumwalt

Kendricks

Barr

Hester

Abbott

McDonald

S. Price

vs. Baylor

D. Jones

Odighizuwa

Marsh

Hilliard

J. Zumwalt

Kendricks

Barr

Hester

Abbott

Goforth

S. Price

Utah

DEFENSE OPPONENT

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INDIVIDUAL HONORS

DATONE JONES, DL First-team All-Pac-12 (collegefootballnews.com) Second-team All-Pac-12 (coaches) Second-team All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele) Captain Don Brown Memorial Award for Most Improved Player (defense) Kenneth S. Washington Award for Outstanding Senior of the Year (defense)

ANDREW ABBOTT, DB Hon. Mention All-Pac-12 (Coaches) UCLA Captains Award Semifinalist for Burlsworth Award Kenneth S. Washington Award for Outstanding Senior of the Year (defense)

ERIC KENDRICKS, LB Second-team All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele) Honorable Mention All-Pac-12 (coaches) Honorable Mention All-Pac-12 Academic team Donn Moomaw Award for Outstanding Defensive Player Against USC

DAVID ALLEN, FB Second-team All-Pac-12 special teams (coaches) Jerry Long "Heart" Award N.N. Sugarman Award for Best Leadership (special teams) UCLA Captains Award

TAYLOR LAGACE, LB

JEFF BACA, OL

Charles Pike Memorial Award for Outstanding Scout Team Player (special teams)

Second-team All-Pac-12 (coaches) Second-team All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele) Kenneth S. Washington Award for Outstanding Senior of the Year (offense)

JEFF LOCKE, K Honorable Mention All-America (si.com) First-team All-Pac-12 (coaches) First-team All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele) First-team All-Pac-12 (CBSSports.com) First-team Academic All-Pac-12 NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship UCLA Captains Award Paul I. Wellman Memorial Award for All-Around Excellence Kenneth S. Washington Award for Outstanding Senior of the Year (special teams) Jack R. Robinson Award for the Senior with the Highest Scholarship

ANTHONY BARR, LB Second-team All-America (Associated Press) Second-team All-America (si.com) Second-team All-America (CBSSports.com) Second-team All-America (FoxSportsNext) Second-team All-America (Phil Steele) Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year (collegefootballnews.com) First-team All-Pac-12 (coaches) First-team All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele) First-team All-Pac-12 (collegefootballnews.com) Honorable Mention Academic All-Pac-12 Henry R. "Red" Sanders Award for Most Valuable Player (defense)

STEVEN MANFRO, RB Second-team All-Pac-12 Academic team Third-team All-Pac-12 punt returner (Phil Steele)

CASSIUS MARSH, DL

JAKE BRENDEL, OL

Honorable Mention All-Pac-12 (coaches)

First-team Freshman All-America (Sporting News) Second-team Freshman All-America (collegefootballnews.com) Honorable Mention All-Pac-12 (coaches) First-team All-Pac-12 Academic team Captain Don Brown Memorial Award for Most Improved Player (offense)

KEVIN McDERMOTT, LS Honorable Mention Academic All-Pac-12

JERRY NEUHEISEL, QB Charles Pike Memorial Award for Outstanding Scout Team Player (offense)

SHAQUELLE EVANS, WR XAVIER SU'A-FILO, OL

Third-team All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele) Honorable Mention All-Pac-12 (coaches)

Second-team All-America (FoxSportsNext) Third-team All-America (Associated Press) Third-team All-America (CBSSports.com) Fourth-team All-America (Phil Steele) Honorable Mention All-America (si.com) First-team All-Pac-12 (coaches) First-team All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele) First-team All-Pac-12 (collegefootballnews.com) UCLA Captains Award

KA'IMI FAIRBAIRN, PK Captain Don Brown Memorial Award for Most Improved Player (special teams)

JOSEPH FAURIA, Y Honorable Mention All-Pac-12 (coaches) Kenneth S. Washington Award for Outstanding Senior of the Year (Offense)

JOHNATHAN FRANKLIN, RB First-team All-America (CBSSports.com) First-team All-America (FWAA) Second-team All-America (Associated Press) Second-team All-America (si.com) Second-team All-America (Walter Camp) Second-team All-America (Phil Steele) Second-team All-America (FoxSportsNext) Doak Walker Award (finalist) Second-team All-Pac-12 (Coaches) UCLA Captains Award Bruin Force Award Henry R. "Red" Sanders Award for Most Valuable Player (offense) George W. Dickerson Award for Outstanding Offensive Player Against USC N.N. Sugarman Award for Best Leadership (offense)

IAN TAUBLER, Y Ed Kezirian "Coach K" Award for Academics and Athletic Balance

DAMIEN THIGPEN, RS Third-team All-Pac-12 (Phil Steele) Honorable Mention All-Pac-12 (coaches)

TORIAN WHITE, OL Honorable Mention Freshman All-America (collegefootballnews.com)

SIMON GOINES, OL Honorable Mention Freshman All-America (collegefootballnews.com)

TODD GOLPER, LB Honorable Mention All-Pac-12 Academic team

TRE HALE, DL Charles Pike Memorial Award for Outstanding Scout Team Player (defense)

DALTON HILLIARD, LB Kenneth S. Washington Award for Outstanding Senior of the Year (special teams) Tommy Prothro Award for Outstanding Special Teams Player

RYAN HOFMEISTER, LB Honorable Mention All-Pac-12 Academic team

DAMIEN HOLMES, LB N.N. Sugarman Award for Best Leadership (defense) UCLA Captains Award

BRETT HUNDLEY, QB Honorable Mention All-Pac-12 (coaches) Honorable Mention All-Pac-12 (collegefootballnews.com) John Boncheff, Jr. Memorial Award for Rookie of the Year

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2012 PAC-12 CONFERENCE FINAL STANDINGS Pac-12 Games

All Games

NORTH Oregon Stanford Oregon State Washington California Washington State

W 8 8 6 5 2 1

L 1 1 3 4 7 8

Pct. .889 .889 .667 .556 .222 .111

Pts. 448 260 267 210 174 180

Opp. 191 153 203 220 300 327

W 12 12 9 7 3 3

L 1 2 4 6 9 9

Pct .923 .857 .692 .538 .250 .250

Pts. 645 390 423 312 276 245

Opp. 281 241 268 314 397 404

SOUTH UCLA Arizona State USC Arizona Utah Colorado

W 6 5 5 4 3 1

L 3 4 4 5 6 8

Pct. .667 .556 .556 .444 .333 .111

Pts. 310 309 306 308 235 155

Opp. 250 244 234 356 253 431

W 9 8 7 8 5 1

L 5 5 6 5 7 11

Pct .645 .615 .538 .615 .417 .083

Pts. 482 499 417 496 320 214

Opp. 386 316 316 459 301 552

2012 PAC-12 CONFERENCE HONORS OFFENSE First Team QB - Marcus Mariota, Fr., Oregon RB - Kenjon Barner, Sr., Oregon RB - Ka'Deem Carey, So., Arizona WR - Marqise Lee, So., USC WR - Markus Wheaton, Sr., Oregon State TE - Zach Ertz, Sr., Stanford OL - Hroniss Grasu, So., Oregon OL - Khaled Holmes, Sr., USC OL - Brian Schwenke, Sr., California OL - Xavier Su'a-Filo, So., UCLA OL - David Yankey, Jr., Stanford

JEFF BACA

Second Team QB - Matt Scott, Sr., Arizona RB - Stepfan Taylor, Jr., Stanford RB - Johnathan Franklin, Sr., UCLA WR - Austin Hill, So., Arizona WR - Robert Woods, Jr., USC TE - Austin Seferian-Jenkins, So., Washington OL - David Bakhtiari, Jr., Colorado OL - Jeff Baca, Sr., UCLA OL - Sam Brenner, Sr., Utah OL - Kevin Danser, Sr., Stanford OL - Sam Schwartzstein, Sr., Stanford

DEFENSE First Team DL - Scott Crichton, So., Oregon State DL - Star Lotulelei, Sr., Utah DL - Dion Jordan, Sr., Oregon DL - Will Sutton, Jr., Arizona State LB - Anthony Barr, Jr., UCLA LB - Trent Murphy, Sr., Stanford LB - Chase Thomas, Sr., Stanford DB - Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, So., Oregon DB - Jordan Poyer, Sr., Oregon State DB - Ed Reynolds, Jr., Stanford DB - Desmond Trufant, Sr., Washington

Second Team DL - Ben Gardner, Jr., Stanford DL - Henry Anderson, Jr., Stanford DL - Morgan Breslin, Jr., USC DL - Datone Jones, Sr., UCLA LB - Kiki Alonso, Sr., Oregon LB - Michael Clay, Sr., Oregon LB - Brandon Magee, Sr., Arizona State DB - Deone Bucannon, Jr., Washington State

DATONE JONES

DB - Alden Darby, Jr., Arizona State DB - T.J. McDonald, Sr., USC DB - Nickell Robey, Jr., USC

SPECIAL TEAMS First Team PK - Vince D'Amato, Jr., California P - Jeff Locke, Sr., UCLA RS - Reggie Dunn, Sr., Utah ST - Jordan Jenkins, Sr., Oregon State

Second Team PK - Andrew Furney, Jr., Washington State P - Josh Hubner, Sr., Arizona State RS - Marqise Lee, So., USC ST - David Allen, Sr., UCLA

HONORABLE MENTION UCLA: DB Andrew Abbott; OL Jake Brendel; WR Shaquelle Evans; TE Joseph Fauria; QB Brett Hundley; LB Eric Kendricks; DL Cassius Marsh; RS Damien Thigpen

ADDITIONAL HONORS Offensive Player of the Year: Marqise Lee, So., WR, USC Pat Tillman Defensive Player of the Year: Will Sutton, Jr., DL, Arizona State Offensive Freshman of the Year: Marcus Mariota, QB, Oregon Defensive Freshman of the Year: Leonard Williams, DL, USC Coach of the Year: David Shaw, Stanford

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GAME 1

GAME 2

GAME 3

at Rice - Aug. 30, 2012 at Houston, TX

Nebraska - Sept. 8, 2012 at Rose Bowl

Houston - Sept. 15, 2012 at Rose Bowl

Scoring

Scoring

UCLA Rice

19 10

16 14

0 0

14 0

Nebraska UCLA

49 24

Scoring 14 7

10 17

3 3

3 9

30 36

Houston UCLA

0 14

0 3

0 13

6 7

6 37

Weather: Partly Cloudy (88º) / Attn.: 23,103

Weather: Haze (90º) / Attn.: 71,530

Weather: Haze (92º) / Attn.: 53,723

First Quarter

First Quarter

First Quarter

12:27 UCLA - Hundley, Brett 72 yd run (Fairbairn, Ka’imi kick blocked), 1-72 0:13 10:22 UCLA - Johnson, Jerry 11 yd pass from Hundley (Fairbairn kick blocked), 3-47 0:45 8:28 UCLA - Franklin, Johnathan 74 yd run (Fairbairn kick), 1-74 0:13 6:08 Rice - Willson, Luke 8 yd pass from McHargue, T. (Boswell, Chris kick), 6-75 2:20 2:18 Rice - Boswell 53 yd field goal, 5-33 2:42

9:08 UCLA - Fauria, Joseph 27 yd pass from Hundley, Brett (Fairbairn, Ka’imi kick), 1-27 0:06 7:00 Neb - Abdullah, Ameer 6 yd run (Maher, Brett kick), 6-75 2:08 2:24 Neb - Martinez, T. 92 yd run (Maher kick), 2-96 0:44

14:44 UCLA - Kendricks, Eric 23 yd fumble recovery (Fairbairn, Ka’imi kick) 4:02 UCLA - Jones, Datone 7 yd pass from Hundley, Brett (Fairbairn kick), 17-90 4:57

Second Quarter

Second Quarter

12:31 UCLA - Fairbairn 35 yd field goal, 12-58 4:53 7:55 UCLA - Fauria 4 yd pass from Hundley (Fairbairn kick), 6-58 2:53 5:07 Neb - Abdullah 17 yd run (Maher kick), 7-87 2:48 3:49 UCLA - Manfro, Steven 49 yd pass from Hundley (Fairbairn kick), 4-80 1:12 0:00 Neb - Maher 54 yd field goal, 5-25 0:40

12:35 UCLA - Fairbairn 35 yd field goal, 4-9 1:19

Third Quarter

Fourth Quarter

11:50 UCLA - Fairbairn 22 yd field goal, 9-24 3:06 7:45 Neb - Maher 43 yd field goal, 9-36 2:33

4:54 Houston - Piland, David 86 yd run (Farrow, Kenneth rush failed), 3-95 0:57 3:10 UCLA - Manfro, Steven 14 yd run (Fairbairn kick), 5-75 1:44

Second Quarter 13:08 Rice - McHargue, T. 1 yd run (Boswell kick), 6-47 1:52 9:17 UCLA - Fairbairn 27 yd field goal, 11-66 3:51 3:36 UCLA - Franklin 78 yd run (Fairbairn kick), 2-74 0:31 1:20 Rice - McGuffie, Sam 2 yd pass from McHargue, T. (Boswell kick), 7-75 0:00 0:17 UCLA - Holmes, Damien 44 yd fumble recovery (Fairbairn kick blocked)

No scoring

Fourth Quarter 12:29 UCLA - Fauria, Joseph 4 yd pass from Hundley (Hundley pass failed), 12-55 3:36 7:54 UCLA - Franklin 22 yd run (Allen, David pass from Hundley), 7-76 2:38

UCLA 25 37/343 303 32/24/1 69/646 8/107 25:45 2/11 7/42 3/3

Fourth Quarter 8:44 UCLA - Jones, Datone safety 2:13 UCLA - Franklin, Johnathan 9 yd pass from Hundley (Fairbairn kick), 3-16 0:54 1:38 Neb - Maher 40 yd field goal, 5-13 0:26

Third Quarter

Rice First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Pass Comp/Att/Int Total Plays/Total Yards Penalties Time of Possession Third Down Conversion/ Att Sacks/Yds Red Zone

20 48/174 184 30/18/1 78/358 3/30 34:15 7/18 2/7 3/3

Top Individuals Rushing - Franklin (U) 15-214, Hundley (U) 7-68, James (U) 5-28; McHargue (R) 22-95; Receiving - James (U) 4-45, Evans (U) 4-42, Thigpen (U)4-42, Fauria (U) 3-53; McGuffie (R) 8-63; Passing - Hundley (U) 21-28-1-202, Brehaut 3-4-0-101; McHargue (R) 17-28-1-172; Interceptions - S. Price (U) 1-0; Nwoso (R) 1-8

HOUSTON - Johnathan Franklin rushed for 214 yards and three touchdowns as UCLA racked up 343 yards on the ground en route to a 49-24 win over Rice. Redshirt freshman quarterback Brett Hundley was 21 of 28 for 202 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for 68 yards and another touchdown. Y receiver Joseph Fauria caught three passes for 53 yards and a score. After a scoreless third quarter, UCLA put the game away with a 3-yard touchdown pass from Hundley to Fauria to make it 41-24, after the two-point conversion failed, with 12:29 left in the game. Franklin extended the lead to 49-24 with a 22-yard touchdown run and Hundley connected with fullback David Allen for the two-point conversion with 7:54 remaining in the fourth. Hundley, who was playing in his first collegiate game, took UCLA's first snap from scrimmage and raced 72 yards down the right side for a touchdown. UCLA amassed 646 total yards in Jim Mora's first game as head coach.

UCLA 26 56/344 309 22/38/0 94/653 11/126 37:40 9/20 2/18 4/8

Nebraska First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Pass Comp/Att/Int Total Plays/Total Yards Penalties Time of Possession Third Down Conversion/Att Sacks/Yds Red Zone

20 36/260 179 17/31/1 67/439 7/60 22:20 1/11 3/13 3/4

Top Individuals Rushing - Franklin (U) 26-217, Hundley (U) 12-53, Thigpen (U) 7-37; Abdullah (N) 16-119, T. Martinez (U) 13-112; Receiving - Manfro (U) 4-64, Fauria (U) 4-42, Lucien (U) 3-70, Franklin (U) 3-59; Bell (N) 6-108; Passing - Hundley (U) 21-33-0-305, Brehaut 1-5-0-4; Martinez (N) 17-31-1-179; Interceptions Abbott (U) 1-24

Pasadena - Brett Hundley passed for 305 yards and four touchdowns in an outstanding Rose Bowl debut, while defensive end Datone Jones sacked Taylor Martinez for the tiebreaking two points with 8:44 to play, and UCLA edged the No. 17-ranked Cornhuskers 36-30. Johnathan Franklin rushed for 217 yards on the day and caught an 8-yard TD pass with 2:13 to play for the Bruins, who improved to 2-0 under new coach Jim Mora. But the Bruins couldn't stay ahead until Jones read a pass play in Martinez's eyes and closed on the NU quarterback in the end zone for a safety. Y receiver Joseph Fauria caught two TD passes and f-back Steven Manfro grabbed another from Hundley, the redshirt freshman who went 21 for 31 and led the Bruins to 653 total yards. After Jones put the Bruins ahead in a defense-dominated second half, safety Andrew Abbott intercepted a long pass by Martinez and returned it to the Nebraska 16, setting up Franklin's TD catch. UCLA topped 640 yards of offense for the second time in two games under new offensive coordinator Noel Mazzone.

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Third Quarter 12:51 UCLA - James, Jordon 12 yd pass from Hundley (Fairbairn kick), 6-45 2:02 6:15 UCLA - Fairbairn 23 yd field goal, 4-5 1:03 1:19 UCLA - Fairbairn 33 yd field goal, 11-25 4:46

UCLA 29 56/247 320 27/42/2 98/567 8/62 41:14 5/17 1/2 6/7

Houston First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Pass Comp/Att/Int Total Plays/Total Yards Penalties Time of Possession Third Down Conversion/Att Sacks/Yds Red Zone

14 19/139 249 28/60/5 79/388 8/64 18:46 6/20 3/20 1/2

Top Individuals Rushing - Franklin (U) 25-110, Thigpen (U) 9-89, James (U) 7-23; Farrow (H) 13-74, Piland (H) 4-71; Receiving - Manfro (U) 7-78, Franklin (U) 4-58, James (U) 3-28, Lucien (U) 2-42; Peace (H) 10103; Passing - Hundley (U) 27-42-2-320; Piland (H) 28-60-5-249; Interceptions - Price (U) 3-8, McDonald (U) 1-50, Goforth (U) 1-0; McMillian (H) 1-5, Hayden (H) 1-1.

Pasadena - Redshirt freshman quarterback Brett Hundley passed for 320 yards and two touchdowns, and No. 22 UCLA's hard-hitting defense held high-scoring Houston in check as the Bruins beat the Cougars 37-6 at the Rose Bowl. Running back Johnathan Franklin, the nation's leading rusher entering the contest, gained 110 yards on 25 carries, cornerback Sheldon Price tied a school record with three of UCLA's five interceptions, and Ka'imi Fairbairn kicked three field goals to help the unbeaten Bruins earn their third-straight victory under first-year coach Jim Mora. Hundley completed 27 of 42 passing attempts with two interceptions. Franklin, who averaged 215.5 yards in the first two games, moved into second place on UCLA's career rushing list with 3,210 yards. Gaston Green gained 3,731 yards in the 1980s.

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GAME 4

GAME 5

GAME 6

Oregon State - Sept. 22, 2012 at Rose Bowl

at Colorado - Sept. 29, 2012 at Boulder, CO

at California - Oct. 6, 2012 at Berkeley, CA

Scoring

Scoring

Oregon State UCLA

3 0

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UCLA Colorado

Scoring 7 0

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7 0

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UCLA California

7 3

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First Quarter

First Quarter

First Quarter

9:24 Oregon State - Romaine, Trevor 22 yd field goal, 13-81 4:13

4:53 UCLA - Hundley, Brett 12 yd run (Fairbairn, Ka’imi kick), 9-87 2:55

10:44 UCLA - Marsh, Cassius 4 yd pass from Hundley (Fairbairn, Ka’imi kick), 7-28 2:09 4:09 Cal - D’Amato, Vincenzo 26 yd field goal, 16-66 6:35

Second Quarter 12:59 UCLA - Fairbairn, Ka’imi 22 yd field goal, 5-52 2:01 12:48 Oregon State - Cooks, Brandin 75 yd pass from Mannion, Sean (Romaine kick), 1-75 0:11 5:23 Oregon State - Wheaton, Markus 42 yd pass from Mannion (Romaine kick), 4-55 1:42 0:49 UCLA - Evans, Shaquelle 65 yd pass from Hundley, Brett (Fairbairn kick), 3-78 0:42

Second Quarter

Third Quarter

1:54 UCLA - Fauria, Joseph 8 yd pass from Hundley (Fairbairn kick), 7-62 1:57

1:21 Oregon State - Woods, Storm 2 yd run (Romaine kick), 13-88 4:46

Fourth Quarter

12:38 UCLA - Bell, Darius 17 yd pass from Hundley (Fairbairn kick), 10-76 3:11 8:18 Colorado - Ebner, Dustin 17 yd pass from Webb, Jordan (Oliver, Will kick), 8-75 4:20 2:14 UCLA - Hundley 12 yd run (Fairbairn kick), 5-43 1:53

Second Quarter

Third Quarter

Third Quarter

Fourth Quarter

14:01 UCLA - Hundley 1 yd run (Fairbairn kick), 7-75 2:20 9:33 Oregon State - Romaine 17 yd field goal, 9-74 4:28 1:47 UCLA - Fairbairn 35 yd field goal, 13-71 3:01

14:28 UCLA - James, Jordon 25 yd run (Fairbairn kick), 4-35 1:53 10:54 UCLA - Thigpen, Damien 23 yd run (Fairbairn kick), 8-84 2:13 2:43 Colorado - Kasa, Nick 31 yd pass from Hirschman, Nick (Olivier kick), 10-80 5:36

UCLA

UCLA

19 28/72 372 27/42/0 70/444 7/56 25:24 2/15 3/20 3/3

Oregon State First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Pass Comp/Att/Int Total Plays/Total Yards Penalties Time of Possession Third Down Conversion/Att Sacks/Yds Red Zone

25 41/122 379 24/35/1 76/501 9/90 34:36 6/15 2/13 3/3

29 44/211 281 25/40/0 84/492 7/69 27:07 7/15 4/12 4/4

Colorado First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Pass Comp/Att/Int Total Plays/Total Yards Penalties Time of Possession Third Down Conversion/Att Sacks/Yds Red Zone

14 30/83 226 23/35/1 65/309 5/56 32:53 2/15 3/21 1/1

Top Individuals

Top Individuals

Rushing - Franklin (U) 12-45, Hundley (U) 10-32; Woods (O) 21-96; Receiving - Evans (U) 6-148, Johnson (U) 5-75, Manfro (U) 3-22, Bell (U) 2-63; Wheaton (O) 9-150, Cooks (O) 6-175; Passing - Hundley (U) 27-42-0-372; Mannion (O) 24-35-1-379; Interceptions - McKay (U) 1-0.

Rushing - Franklin (U) 15-111, Thigpen (U) 9-47, James (U) 4-33; Jones (C) 8-31; Receiving - Johnson (U) 4-36, Franklin (U) 3-48, Rice (U) 3-30, Evans (U) 3-29; McCulloch (C) 7-69; Passing - Hundley (U) 25-38-0-281, Prince (U) 0-2-0; Webb (C) 21-32-1-184, Hirschman (C) 2-3-0-42; Interceptions - McKay (U) 1-18.

Pa s a d e n a - B r e t t Hundley completed 27 of 42 passes for 372 yards as No. 19 UCLA dropped a 2720 decision to Oregon State in both teams' Pac-12 opening contest. The young quarterback became the first Bruin to throw for at least 300 passing yards in three straight games with his performance against the Beavers. The Bruins entered having scored 15 touchdowns and having averaged 622.0 yards to rank second nationally in total offense. Oregon State surrendered just 444 yards and two touchdowns in handing the Bruins the loss. Johnathan Franklin finished with 45 yards on 12 carries. He had averaged 8.2 yards per carry in his previous three games. Trailing 17-10 at the half, the Bruins were unable to capitalize on two scoring chances in the third quarter. First, UCLA failed to convert a fourth-and-2 at the Oregon State 35-yard line after linebacker Anthony Barr forced a fumble by the OSU quarterback at the Beavers 43 and safety Tevin McDonald recovered. The Bruins got another chance when linebacker Stan McKay intercepted a pass at the Beavers 48, but the OSU defense forced a punt. The Bruins had a chance to pull within seven points, but Ka'imi Fairbairn was wide right on a 42-yard field goal with 7:37 remaining. Fairbairn converted a 35-yarder with 1:47 left, but Oregon State recovered UCLA's onside kick and ran out all but the final five seconds.

Boulder, Colo. - One week after suffering their first loss of the season against Oregon State, the Bruins bounced back in impressive fashion, downing Colorado 4214 in Boulder, Colo. The Bruin's 4-1 record marks its best start since 2007. Hundley threw for 281 yards and two touchdowns and also ran for a couple of scores as the Bruins improved to 30-10-2 in the weeks following a loss that dropped them from the rankings. They tumbled from a ranking of No. 19 last week with a loss at home to Oregon State. Franklin set the tone early, running for 97 of his 111 yards in the first half and catching all three of his passes for 48 yards as the Bruins jumped ahead 21-7 at the break. The Buffaloes were driving in the third quarter when they were stuffed on fourth-and-1 at midfield, then coughed up the ball on their next two possessions. Leading a swarming Bruins defense were linebackers Anthony Barr and Damien Holmes, who combined for four sacks, seven tackles for loss and three hurries. Franklin, who was limited to 45 yards rushing a week earlier, had a big first half, when his 28-yard bob-and-weave on a screen pass set up Hundley's 1-yard TD keeper that put UCLA ahead 21-7 at halftime. UCLA linebacker Eric Kendricks and free safety Tevin McDonald each had a monster second half, teaming up to stuff Tony Jones on fourth-and-1 at midfield in the third quarter when the Buffs had some momentum, then combining for a crucial takeaway on their next series.

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8:33 Cal - Anderson, C.J. 5 yd pass from Maynard, Zach (D’Amato kick), 8-67 3:12 2:52 Cal - Allen, Keenan 8 yd pass from Maynard (D’Amato kick blocked by Marsh), 5-34 1:14

12:33 Cal - Bigelow, Brendan 32 yd pass from Maynard (D’Amato kick), 1-32 0:09 10:16 UCLA - Fauria, Joseph 3 yd pass from Hundley (Fairbairn kick), 7-74 2:12 5:58 Cal - Allen 34 yd pass from Maynard (D’Amato kick blocked by Jones), 9-75 4:18

Fourth Quarter 14:31 UCLA - Fairbairn 29 yd field goal, 13-77 3:36 6:36 Cal - Maynard 1 yd run (D’Amato kick), 4-27 1:25 1:32Cal - Anderson 68 yd run (D’Amato kick), 5-85 2:50

UCLA 26 34/129 253 31/47/4 81/382 12/99 29:44 8/16 3/16 3/5

California First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Pass Comp/Att/Int Total Plays/Total Yards Penalties Time of Possession Third Down Conversion/Att Sacks by/Yds Red Zone

24 42/186 295 25/30/1 72/481 11/100 30:16 6/11 5/27 4/5

Top Individuals Rushing - Franklin (U) 15-103; Anderson (C) 21-151; Receiving Evans (U) 7-68, James (U) 6-36, Payton (U) 3-41, Fauria (U) 3-38; Rogers (C) 7-129, Allen (C) 8-79; Passing - Hundley (U) 31-47-2253; Maynard (C) 25-30-1-295; Interceptions - McKay (U) 1-2; Jackson (C) 3-0;Lowe (C) 1-57

Berkeley, Calif. - Cal took advantage of six Bruin turnovers to defeat No. 25 UCLA 43-17 at newly refurbished Memorial Stadium. UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley, never found his rhythm on the night. He had a season-high 31 completions and passed for 253 yards and two touchdowns, but was under constant pressure from the Golden Bears defense. Johnathan Franklin managed 103 yards on the ground, but did not play parts of the second half due to injury. The Bruins got creative when Hundley tossed a 4-yard touchdown pass to Cassius Marsh, a defensive end who lined up on the left side of the offensive line then ran a short out pattern. It's a formation UCLA has used previously this season, but the first time Marsh has scored. Cal responded with a 26-yard field goal then took the lead on a short scoring pass midway through the second quarter. That score came after Hundley was charged with a fumble after his short pass in the left flat to Devin Fuller was ruled a lateral and recovered by Cal. After UCLA kicker Ka'imi Fairbairn missed a 46-yard field goal attempt, the Bruins forced a punt but mishandled the kick while attempting a fair catch. The ball hit a Bruin in the back and Cal pounced on it. Five plays later, Cal connected on another short scoring pass. The Bruins committed their third turnover of the first half when Hundley threw an interception in the end zone.UCLA pulled within 29-17 on Fairbairn's 30-yard field goal early in the fourth quarter, but Cal's defense came up with two more interceptions to secure the win.

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GAME 7

GAME 8

GAME 9

Utah - Oct. 13, 2012 at the Rose Bowl

at Arizona State - Oct. 27, 2012 at Tempe, AZ

Arizona - Nov. 3, 2012 at Rose Bowl

Scoring

Scoring

Scoring

Utah UCLA

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0 7

7 0

14 21

UCLA ASU

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7 3

14 9

10 17

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Arizona UCLA

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0 14

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First Quarter

First Quarter

First Quarter

5:36 UCLA - Hundley, Brett 12 yd run (Fairbairn, Ka’imi kick), 13-69 5:49 4:31 Utah - Lacy, Ryan 0 yd fumble recovery (Peterson, Coleman) 3:24 UCLA - Evans, Shaquelle 64 yd pass from Hundley (Fairbairn kick), 3-75 1:07

13:13 ASU - Ozier, Kevin 7 yd pass from Kelly, Taylor (Garoutte, Alex kick), 2-13 0:30 9:50 ASU - Grice, Marion 2 yd run (Garoutte kick), 10-75 2:42 6:24 UCLA - Franklin, Johnathan 3 yd run (Fairbairn, Ka’imi kick), 12-75 3:26 1:05 UCLA - Fuller, Devin 15 yd pass from Hundley (Fairbairn kick(, 10-98 3:32

1st 12:27 UCLA - Franklin, Johnathan 37 yd run (Fairbairn, Ka’imi kick), 9-75 2:33 9:48 UCLA - Hundley, Brett 6 yd run (Fairbairn kick), 7-34 1:44 3:13 UCLA - Payton, Jordan 17 yd pass from Hundley (Fairbairn kick), 14-85 5:26

Second Quarter No scoring

6:04 UCLA - Franklin, Johnathan 3 yd run (Fairbairn kick), 14-66 5:47

11:09 ASU - Mora, Jon 36 yd field goal,12-56 4:56 1:08 UCLA - Franklin 5 yd run (Fairbairn kick), 1-5 0:04

Third Quarter

Fourth Quarter 3:16 Utah - Anderson, Dres 1 yd pass from Hays, Jon (Peterson kick), 11-90 3:01

UCLA 19 47/171 183 15/21/0 68/354 7/43 31:25 10/17 2/10 2/2

11:14 UCLA - Thigpen, Damien 1 yd run (Fairbairn kick), 3-39 1:19 6:47 Arizona - Bonano, John 28 yd field goal, 12-65 4:27 3:07 UCLA - Franklin 2 yd run (Fairbairn kick), 11-75 3:40 0:14 UCLA - Fauria, Joseph 1 yd pass from Hundley (Fairbairn kick), 6-32 1:44

Second Quarter

Third Quarter

Utah First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Pass Comp/Att/Int Total Plays/Total Yards Penalties Time of Possession Third Down Conversion/Att Sacks/Yds Red Zone

16 27/75 244 25/35/1 62/319 4/30 28:35 6/13 2/6 1/1

13:10 ASU - Mora 31 yd field goal, 6-61 1:50 12:59 UCLA - Thigpen, Damien 65 yd pass from Hundley (Fairbairn kick), 1-65 0:11 10:39 ASU - Grice 20 yd pass from Kelly (Kelly pass failed), 8-75 2:20 7:32 UCLA - Fauria, Joseph 4 yd pass from Hundley (Fairbairn kick), 9-75 3:07

14:14 ASU - Grice 8 yd pass from Kelly (Garoutte kick), 10-63 3:08 9:01 UCLA - Thigpen 20 yd pass from Hundley (Fairbairn kick), 4-56 1:22 5:17 ASU - Mora 22 yd field goal, 10-65 3:44 1:33 ASU - Foster, D.J. 7 yd pass from Kelly (Garoutte kick), 6-56 2:03 0:00 UCLA - Fairbairn 33 yd field goal, 12-60 1:33

Pa s a d e n a - B r e t t Hundley passed for 183 yards and a touchdown while rushing for 68 yards and another score, and UCLA's defense largely shut down Utah in a 21-14 victory at the Rose Bowl. Johnathan Franklin rushed for 79 yards and a TD for the Bruins (5-2, 2-2 Pac-12), who bounced back solidly from a loss at California last weekend. Shaquelle Evans caught a 64-yard TD pass from Hundley, who showed off his poise while winning a duel with Travis Wilson. Utah's freshman quarterback passed for 220 yards in his first career start, but the Utes lost their third straight. UCLA's defense shut out the Utah offense until Wilson led a 90-yard drive capped by Jon Hays' 1-yard TD pass to Dres Anderson with 3:16 to play. Utah got its only points of the first three quarters when Ryan Lacy recovered a muffed punt return in the end zone late in the first quarter. Hundley went 15 for 21 in another impressive performance against a strong defense, showing off his smarts and athleticism while leading several lengthy drives. Franklin moved closer to the top spot on UCLA's career rushing list with a grind-it-out effort, most notably picking up a crucial first down with just over 2 minutes to play to help secure the win. Safety Andrew Abbott intercepted a tipped pass by Wilson on the freshman's opening drive, and UCLA mounted a 13-play scoring march capped by Hundley's expert ball fake on a 12yard TD run up the middle. Utah evened it 65 seconds later thanks to a fumbled punt. Hundley put the Bruins back in front 67 seconds later with a sideline pass to Evans, who ran untouched into the end zone after a Utah defender gambled on an interception. After UCLA opened the second half by stopping Utah on fourth down at the Bruins 34, Hundley calmly engineered a 14-play scoring drive capped off by Franklin's 3-yard TD run.

UCLA 25 47/212 274 19/31/1 78/486 7/77 27:06 7/13 5/23 6/6

Third Quarter 9:58 UCLA - Fairbairn 25 yd field goal, 10-75 3:30 7:18 Arizona - Carey, Ka’Deem 2 yd run (Bonano kick), 12-79 2:36 5:21 UCLA - Fauria 28 yd pass from Hundley (Fairbairn kick), 1-28 0:06

Fourth Quarter 10:49 UCLA - Manfro, Steven 14 yd run (Fairbairn kick), 8-72 2:13 5:47 UCLA - Emesibe, Melvin 1 yd run (Fairbairn kick), 12-60 4:01

Fourth Quarter

Top Individuals Rushing - Franklin (U) 22-79, Hundley (U) 15-68, Thigpen (U) 9-20; White (UT) 11-44; Receiving - Evans (U) 4-91, Manfro (U) 4-14, Fauria (U) 3-41, Payton (U) 2-19; Anderson (UT) 9-70, Murphy (UT) 4-65; Passing - Hundley (U) 15-21-0-183; Wilson (UT) 23-33-1-220, Hays (UT) 1-1-0-1; Interceptions - Abbott (U) 1-1 .

Second Quarter

ASU First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Pass Comp/Att/Int Total Plays/Total Yards Penalties Time of Possession Third Down Conversion/Att Sacks/Yds Red Zone

29 59/220 315 25/35/1 94/535 4/36 32:54 7/19 5/19 8/8

UCLA 36 63/308 303 30/25/0 93/611 13/134 33:44 8/15 4/17 8/9

Arizona First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Pass Comp/Att/Int Total Plays/Total Yards Penalties Time of Possession Third Down Conversion/ Att Sacks/Yds Red Zone

18 40/121 136 30/17/0 70/257 15/124 26:16 3/14 1/9 2/2

Top Individuals Rushing - Franklin (U) 24-162, Manfro (U) 4-40, James (U) 6-37; Carey (A) 16-54; Receiving - Fauria (U) 5-81, Evans (U) 3-43, Payton (U) 3-37, Farnklin (U) 3-28, Johnson (U) 2-57; Hill (A) 5-57; Passing - Hundley (U) 23-28-0-288-3, Prince 2-2-0-15-0; Scott (A) 15-250-124-0, Denker (A) 2-5-0-12-0; Interceptions - none

Top Individuals Rushing - Franklin (U) 26-164, Hundley (U) 15-27; Foster (AS) 13-61, Marshall (AS) 18-57; Receiving - Evans (U) 5-75, Fauria (U) 3-92, Fauria (U) 3-25, Manfro (U) 2-33; Foster (AS) 7-107, Grice (AS) 6-69; Passing - Hundley (U) 19-29-1-274-4; Kelly (AS) 25-35-1-315-4; Interceptions - Hilliard (U) 1-2; Carr (AS) 1-0.

Tempe, Ariz. - Ka'imi Fairbairn kicked a 33-yard field goal as the game ended and UCLA escaped with a 45-43 shootout victory at Arizona State. There was more than 1,000 yards of offense in the contest - 535 for Arizona State, 486 for UCLA. Redshirt freshman Brett Hundley, playing a few miles from where he grew up, drove the Bruins into field-goal range after ASU scored on a short touchdown pass to go ahead 43-42 with 1:33 to play. Hundley completed 19 of 31 for 274 yards and four touchdowns on the day. Johnathan Franklin rushed for 164 yards, leaving him 20 yards shy of the UCLA career rushing record. Damien Thigpen put UCLA ahead 42-33 with his second TD pass of the day from Hundley, a 20-yarder with 9:01 to play. But the Sun Devils scored the next 10 points to regain the lead. Hundley, who starred for Chandler (Ariz.) High School, collected his 18th touchdown pass of the season, breaking the freshman record of 17 set by Tommy Maddox in 1990. He became the first quarterback to pass for more than 200 yards this season against Arizona State.

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Pasadena, Calif. Johnathan Franklin had 162 yards in becoming No. 25 UCLA's career rushing leader, redshirt freshman Brett Hundley passed for 288 yards and three touchdowns, and the Bruins overwhelmed No. 24 Arizona 66-10 to move into first place in the Pac-12 South. Franklin entered the game needing 21 yards to overtake Gaston Green, who gained 3,731 yards from 198487. He moved past Green and into the top spot with a 37-yard touchdown run on his third carry, capping a 75-yard, nine-play drive following the opening kickoff that put the Bruins ahead for good. Franklin, who carried 24 times and scored twice, raised his career rushing total to 3,873 yards as the Bruins, off to their best start since 2005, raced to a 42-3 halftime lead in snapping a five-game losing streak to the Wildcats. The Bruins called a timeout after Franklin's record-breaking run to allow teammates to congratulate him. The crowd of 81,673 at the Rose Bowl joined in the celebration. Franklin came into the game as the country's seventh-leading rusher. Hundley, who completed 16 straight passes at one stage (one shy of matching the school record), finished with 23 completions in 28 attempts without being intercepted. The 66 points were the most scored by the Bruins since Oct. 4, 1997, when they beat Houston 66-10. UCLA gained 371 of its 611 yards in the first half against an Arizona defense, which came into the game ranked 110th out of 120 teams in total defense.

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GAME 10

GAME 11

GAME 12

at Washington St. - Nov. 10, 2012 at Pullman, WA

USC - Nov. 17, 2012 at Rose Bowl

Stanford - Nov. 24, 2012 at Rose Bowl

Scoring

Scoring

UCLA Washington State

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8 7

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Weather: Partly Cloudy (27º) / Attn.: 28,110

Weather: Rain (64º) / Attn.: 83,277

Weather: Clear (84º)/ Attn.: 68,228

First Quarter

First Quarter

First Quarter

10:53 UCLA - Price, Sheldon 68 yd blocked FG return (Fairbairn, Ka’imi kick) 0:34 WSU - Williams, Dominique 6 yd pass from Halliday, Connor (Faurney, Andrew kick, 7-75 2:59

13:39 UCLA - Hundley, Brett 1 yd run (Fairbairn, Ka’imi kick), 5-17 1:15 4:35 UCLA - Fairbairn 23 yd field goal, 18-83 7:42 1:34 UCLA - Fauria, Joseph 17 yd pass from Hundley (Fairbairn kick), 4-33 1:29

10:39 STAN - Terrell, D 11 yd pass from Hogan, K (Williamson, J kick), 12-75 4:39 8:21 UCLA - Fauria, Joseph 13 yd pass from Hundley, Brett, (Fairbairn, Ka’imi) 6-87 1:57

8:57 UCLA - Franklin, Johnathan 16 yd pass from Hundley, Brett (Fairbairn kick), 5-70 1:39 7:27 UCLA - Fauria, Joseph 9 yd pass from Hundley, 4-24 1:25 7:08 UCLA - Barr, Anthony safety 6:40 UCLA - Fuller, Devin 10 yd pass from Hundley (Fairbairn kick), 2-41 0:19 1:18 UCLA - Kendricks, Eric 40 yd fumble recovery return (Fairbairn kick)

Second Quarter

8:22 STAN - Wilkerson, A 10 yd run (Williamson kick), 10-88 4:32 6:43 STAN - Taylor, S 49 yd run (Williamson kick), 2-56 0:40 1:37 UCLA - Fairbairn 48 yd field goal, 4- -8 1:25

Third Quarter

13:53 USC - Uko, George 0 yd fumble recovery (Heidari kick failed) 9:57 UCLA - Hundley 3 yd run (Fairbairn kick), 3-33 0:48

Second Quarter

7:05 WSU - Bartolone, Brett 7 yd pass from Halliday (Furney kick), 10-91 4:49 4:10 UCLA - James, Jordon 2 yd run (Fairbairn kick), 7-74 2:49 0:50 WSU - Mason, Marcus 4 yd pass from Halliday (Furney kick), 7-85 3:16

7:38 UCLA - Franklin, Johnathan 16 yd run (Fairbairn kick), 12-74 4:32 5:58 USC - Agholor, Nelson 33 yd pass from Barkley, Matt (Heidari, Andre kick), 4-75 1:40 1:07 USC - Telfer, Randall 2 yd pass from Barkley (Heidari kick), 8-56 2:18

Third Quarter

UCLA 18 38/73 261 21/18/1 59/334 12/126 24:04 3/11 6/36 4/6

Washington State First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Pass Comp/Att/Int Total Plays/Total Yards Penalties Time of Possession Third Down Conversion/ Att Sacks/Yds Red Zone

30 30/67 457 57/37/1 87/524 9/103 35:56 2/15 4/32 5/6

Top Individuals Rushing - Franklin (U) 19-66, Manfro (U) 1-4, James (U) 7-19, Caldwell (W) 10-62; Receiving - Fauria (U) 4-70, Evans (U) 3-40, Payton (U) 4-62, Farnklin (U) 4-45, Johnson (U) 1-25, Mason (W) 8-54, Williams (W) 7-108; Passing - Hundley (U) 18-21-1-261-3, Halliday (W) 26-43-1-330-5, Tuel (W) 11-14-0-127-0; Interceptions - Abbott (U), Coen (W).

Pullman, Wash. - Brett Hundley threw three touchdown passes to help No. 17 UCLA beat Washington State 4436 in Pullman, Wash. With the win, UCLA extended its winning streak to four in a row since a loss at California on Oct. 6, moving into first place in the Pac12 South. Washington State dominated the first quarter but could only come up with seven points, then was outscored 30-0 in the second quarter as Hundley fired three touchdown passes and the Bruins piled up 181 yards. The Bruins' blocked two WSU field goal attempts, returning one for a touchdown. They also returned a fumble for a score. But it was all UCLA in the second quarter. The Bruins took a 14-7 lead on Hundley's 16-yard scoring pass to running back Johnathan Franklin. WSU fumbled on the ensuing kickoff return, and UCLA took possession on the WSU 24. Y receiver Joseph Fauria caught a 9-yard pass from Hundley to give UCLA a 21-7 lead. Washington State cut into UCLA's lead in the second half while holding the Bruins to one score. A pair of scoring passes and a touchdown run brought the hosts back into the game. Two more scoring passes in the fourth quarter reduced the Bruin lead to one score with 1:31 left.

Third Quarter 7:41 STAN- Taylor, S 1 yd run (Williamson kick) 4-42 1:52 7:28 STAN - Amanam, U. 11 yd fumble recovery (Williamson kick) 0:13 1:53 UCLA - Franklin, Johnathan 11 yd run (Fairbarin kick), 5-65 1:52

Fourth Quarter

Fourth Quarter

No scoring

7:22 USC - Lee, Marqise 14 yd pass from Barkley (Woods, Robert pass from Barkley), 7-80 1:59 4:02 UCLA - Franklin 29 yd run (Fairbairn kick), 9-83 3:14

UCLA

Fourth Quarter 6:25 WSU - Williams, D. 11 yd pass from Halliday (Furney kick), 9-96 4:28 1:31 WSU - Williams, Kristoff 3 yd pass from Halliday (Williams, D. pass from Halliday), 5-80 1:46

Second Quarter

UCLA 27 50/172 234 30/22/0 80/406 12/115 33:20 5/15 1/5 5/5

USC First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Pass Comp/Att/Int Total Plays/Total Yards Penalties Time of Possession Third Down Conversion/ Att Sacks/Yds Red Zone

29 30/172 341 43/23/2 73/513 6/51 26:40 4/10 5/39 2/3

Top Individuals Rushing - Franklin (U) 29-171; McNeal (S) 21-161; Receiving Evans (U) 8-114, Fauria (U) 4-61, Johnson (U) 4-25, Fuller (U) 3-25; Lee (S) 9-158, Woods 5-68, Agholor 3-49, Telfer 3-26; Passing Hundley (U) 22-30-0-234-1; Barkley (S) 20-38-2-301-3, Wittek (S) 3-3-0-40-0; Interceptions - Hester, Kendricks.

Pasadena - Brett Hundley passed for 234 yards and a touchdown and rushed for two more scores as No. 17 UCLA beat Southern California, clinching a secondstraight Pac-12 South title and snapping a five-game losing streak in the crosstown showdown. Linebacker Eric Kendricks blocked a punt and made a fourth-quarter interception for the Bruins, who overcame intermittent second-half rain for a gutsy victory. UCLA punctuated its revitalization with its first win over the Trojans since 2006. UCLA entered the showdown with a higher ranking and more victories than USC for the first time in a decade. Running back Johnathan Franklin rushed for 171 yards and two touchdowns for UCLA, including a clutch 29-yard scoring run with 4:02 to play. Cornerback Sheldon Price then blocked USC's field-goal attempt with 1:34 left, and the Bruins stormed the field after the final gun. Redshirt junior wide receiver Shaquelle Evans had eight catches for 114 yards for UCLA, which clinched a spot in the Pac-12 title game with its fifth consecutive win. Franklin and Y receiver Joseph Fauria scored while UCLA jumped out to an early 24-0 lead under a morning mist that turned into serious rain by halftime.

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13 33/73 261 38/20/1 71/334 12/135 25:29 7/19 2/13 2/3

Stanford First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Pass Comp/Att/Int Total Plays/Total Yards Penalties Time of Possession Third Down Conversion/ Att Sacks/Yds Red Zone

19 49/221 160 22/15/0 71/381 6/55 34:31 5/14 7/38 3/3

Top Individuals Rushing - Franklin (U) 21-65; Taylor (S) 20-142; Receiving - Evans (U) 4-86, Fauria (U) 4-66, Johnson (U) 3-45, Franklin 3-7, Fuller (U) 2-27; Ertz (S) 5-71, Taylor 3-27, Hewitt 2-25; Passing - Hundley (U) 20-381-261-1; Hogan (S) 15-22-0-160-1; Interceptions - Richards (S).

Pasadena - The 11thranked Cardinal beat No. 15 UCLA 35-17 to win the Pacific-12 North title and set up a rematch with the Bruins in the conference championship game next week at Stanford. Stanford, which won at Oregon last week, had to beat the Bruins to earn a rematch because No. 5 Oregon beat Oregon State 4824 earlier Saturday. The win by the Cardinal was its sixth straight on the season and snapped UCLA's five-game streak, its longest in seven years. Redshirt freshman Brett Hundley completed 20 of 38 passes for 261 yards and a touchdown with one interception while being sacked seven times, and Johnathan Franklin, the Bruins' leading career rusher managed 65 yards on 21 carries. Stanford entered the contest ranked second nationally in sacks and rushing defense. UCLA totaled 334 yards of total offense while Stanford gained 381 yards overall. Leading 21-10, the Cardinal broke the game open by scoring twice in a 13-second span midway through the third quarter. First on a short run, four plays after a Hundley interception and then following a fumble on the ensuing kickoff which was returned for another TD. Franklin's 11-yard TD late in the third quarter cut Stanford's lead to 18 points, and it appeared the Bruins got another shot early in the fourth quarter on Jordan Zumwalt's interception in Cardinal territory, but the turnover was nullified by a defensive holding penalty. The game, played before a crowd of 68,228 at the Rose Bowl, was the first between the schools in which both were ranked among the Top 25 since 2001.

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GAME 13

GAME 14

at Stanford - Nov. 30, 2012 at Stanford (Pac-12 Championship Game)

vs. Baylor - Dec. 27, 2012 at San Diego, CA (Bridgepoint Education Holiday Bowl)

Scoring UCLA Stanford

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0 10

10 0

0 10

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Baylor UCLA

14 0

21 10

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7 13

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Weather: Rain (61º) / Attn.: 31,622

Weather: Clear (53º) / Attn.: 55,507

First Quarter

First Quarter

11:35 UCLA - Franklin, Johnathan 51 yd run (Fairbairn, Ka’imi kick), 8-85 3:25 6:07 STAN - Hogan, Kevin 1 yd run (Williamson, Jordan kick), 11-69 5:21 3:40UCLA - Hundley, Brett 5 yd run (Fairbairn kick), 7-75, 2:18

8:01 BU - Martin, Glasco, 4 yd run (Jones, Aaron kick), 6-53 1:43 4:22 BU - Goodley, Antwan 8 yd pass from Florence, Nick (Jones kick), 7-84 3:04

Second Quarter

8:20 UCLA- Fairbairn 31 yd field goal, 9-47 4:41 1:04 UCLA - Franklin 20 yd run (Fairbairn kick) 12-80 4:30

11:08 BU - Reese, Tevin 55 yd pass from Florence (Jones kick), 5-76 1:36 6:21 UCLA - Fauria, Joseph 22 yd pass from Hundley, B. (Fairbairn, Ka'imi kick), 2-21 0:34 4:36 BU - Martin 26 yd run (Jones kick), 7-75 1:45 1:58 BU - Seastrunk, L. 43 yd run (Jones kick), 4-56 1:17 0:07 UCLA - Fairbairn 30 yd field goal, 14-53 1:51

Fourth Quarter

Third Quarter

11:21 STAN- Terrell, Drew 26 yd pass from Hogan (Williamson kick) 10-63 4:37 6:49 STAN - Williamson 36 yd field goal,5-25 2:30

8:18 UCLA- Fairbairn 40 yd field goal, 9-58 2:55 1:52 BU - Martin 1 yd run (Jones kick), 7-59 2:44

12:57 STAN - Taylor, Stepfan 1 yd run (Williamson kick), 1-1 0:08 0:00 STAN - Williamson 37 yd field goal, 10-63 1:31

Third Quarter

Second Quarter

Fourth Quarter

UCLA 22 38/284 177 32/23/1 70/461 7/65 28:45 8/16 3/12 3/3

Stanford First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Pass Comp/Att/Int Total Plays/Total Yards Penalties Time of Possession Third Down Conversion/ Att Sacks/Yds Red Zone

18 43/170 155 23/16/0 66/325 5/55 31:15 6/15 3/11 4/4

Top Individuals Rushing - Franklin (U) 19-194, Hundley 16-83; Taylor (S) 24-78, Hogan 11-47; Receiving - Fuller (U) 7-42, James 5-37, Franklin 3-22, Evans (U) 2-24, Fauria (U) 2-34; Taylor (S) 6-55, Terrell (S) 4-70, Ertz (S) 3-19, Taylor 3-27; Passing - Hundley (U) 23-31-1-177-0; Hogan (S) 16-22-0-155-1; Interceptions - Reynolds (S).

12:25 UCLA- Evans, Shaq 24 yd pass from Hundley (pass failed) 5-35 2:17 7:46 BU - Florence 1 yd run (Jones kick), 7-31 3:20 0:00 UCLA - Sweet, Logan 34 yd pass from Hundley (Fairbairn kick), 1-34 (0:08)

UCLA 17 28/33 329 52/26/0 80/362 6/59 24:30 1/17 2/10 1/2

Baylor First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Pass Comp/Att/Int Total Plays/Total Yards Penalties Time of Possession Third Down Conversion/ Att Sacks/Yds Red Zone

25 67/306 188 13/10/0 80/494 1/5 35:30 6/14 6/36 4/4

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Stanford, Calif. - The eighthranked Cardinal beat No. 17 UCLA 27-24 in the Pac-12 championship game to put Stanford in the Rose Bowl for the first time in more than a decade. UCLA's Brett Hundley threw for 177 yards but had a costly interception that set up a Stanford touchdown. He still almost brought the Bruins back, but Ka'imi Fairbairn missed a 52-yard field goal wide left in the closing moments. The heavy rain that pounded the Bay Area most of the day relented during the night, and a tarp that covered the field until about 3 hours before kickoff kept the playing surface in good condition. Scattered showers during the contest made the grass slick. The surface never seemed to slow down the Bruins, who ran for 284 yards behind Johnathan Franklin's 194 yards on the ground. The most yards rushing Stanford allowed this season had been 198 in an overtime victory at Oregon. UCLA converted a pair of third downs before Franklin burst through the middle for a 51-yard touchdown to give the Bruins a 7-0 lead on the game's opening drive. Stanford answered in a hurry on a short quarterback run. Y receiver Joseph Fauria caught a pass over the middle on fourth-and-7 and lateraled the ball to Jordon James to complete a 17-yard pass. That play helped set up Fairbairn's last-second field goal attempt, which never looked on target. UCLA was going for its first conference championship since 1998.

Rushing - Franklin (U) 14-34; Seastrunk (B) 16-138, Martin (B) 21-98; Receiving - Evans (U) 7-82, Johnson (U) 5-116, Fauria (U) 5-59; Williams (B) 2-68, Reese (B) 2-68; Passing - Hundley (U) 2650-3-329-0; Florence (B) 10-13-0-188-2; Tackles - Kendricks (U) 14, Zumwalt (U) 10; Interceptions - none.

San Diego, Calif. UCLA dropped a 49-26 decision to Baylor in the Bridgepoint Holiday Bowl played in San Diego. Quarterback Brett Hundley established a new school single-season mark for passing yardage during the contest as he threw for 329 yards and three scores. The Bruins finished the season with a 9-5 record, after playing in its first Holiday Bowl game. Baylor, the nation's leader in total offense entering the contest, improved to 8-5. Hundley (3,740 passing yards) moved past Cade McNown's 1998 single-season passing yardage mark of 3,470 on the scoring pass to Joe Fauria. It was Fauria's 12th scoring reception of the season, a total which ranks second on the school single-season list behind J.J. Stokes' total of 17 set in the 1993 season, and his 20th career scoring catch which tied him for third on that school list. Shaq Evans caught seven passes for 82 yards, including a 24-yard scoring grab. He finished the season with 60 catches, a total which ranks eighth on the all-time school single-season list. Evans also added a season-long 43-yard punt return and finished with 132 all-purpose yards in the contest. Kendricks finished the season with a total of 150 tackles, good for third on the all-time school single-season list and the most by a Bruin player since Jerry Robinson registered 161 in 1978.

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UCLA INDIVIDUAL RUSHING Rushed for 100+ yards: Johnathan Franklin, 2012 at Stanford (194) QB rushed for 100+ yards: Kevin Prince, 2011 vs. Cal (163) Rushed for 150+ yards: Johnathan Franklin, 2012 at Stanford (194) Rushed for 200+ yards: Johnathan Franklin, 2012 vs. Nebraska (217) Rushed for 300+ yards: Maurice Drew, 2004 at Washington (322) Back-to-back games 100 yards rushing: Johnathan Franklin, 2012 vs. Arizona, at ASU Back-to-back games 200 yards rushing: Johnathan Franklin, 2012 at Rice, vs. Nebraska Had 30 rushing attempts: 30 by Johnathan Franklin, 2010 vs. Washington State Had 3 rushing touchdowns: 3, Johnathan Franklin, 2012 at Rice Had 4+ rushing touchdowns: 5, Maurice Drew at Washington, 2004 Had run of 50+ yards: 51 by Johnathan Franklin, 2012 at Stanford Had run of 60+ yards: 78 by Johnathan Franklin, 2012 at Rice Had run of 70+ yards: 78 by Johnathan Franklin, 2012 at Rice Had run of 75+ yards: 78 by Johnathan Franklin, 2012 at Rice Had run of 90+ yards: 92 by DeShaun Foster, 2001 vs. Washington Had two players rush 100+ yds: Johnathan Franklin(216)/Derrick Coleman(185) vs. Wash. State, 2010

Had 4+ sacks: Brendon Ayanbadejo (4) vs. USC, 1998 Blocked a punt: Eric Kendricks vs. USC, 2012 Blocked a PAT: at Cal, 2012 (D. Jones, C. Marsh) Blocked a field goal: Sheldon Price, 2012 vs. USC UCLA recorded a safety: at Washington State, 2012 (Anthony Barr) UCLA returned a fumble for a touchdown: Eric Kendricks, at Wash. State, 2012 UCLA MISCELLANEOUS Indiv. Scored 4+ TDs: 5 by Maurice Drew vs. Cal, 2005 (3 rush, 1 pass, 1 punt ret.) Indiv. kicked 50-yd. FG: 51 by Jeff Locke vs. Texas, 2011 Indiv. kicked last-second field goal to win game: Ka’imi Fairbairn (0:00) at Arizona State, 2012 (33 yds) Indiv. made 4+ field goals in a game: 4 by Kai Forbath vs. California, 2009 Indiv. made 5+ field goals in a game: 5 by Nate Fikse vs. Stanford, 2002 Indiv. attempted 5+ field goals in a game: 5 by Kai Forbath at Tennessee, 2009 Indiv. Returned Blocked FG for TD: Sheldon Price at Washington State, 2012 Indiv. Returned Blocked PAT for score: Bret Lockett vs. Fresno State, 2008 Indiv. punted 10+ times: Aaron Perez, 10 vs. USC, 2008 Indiv. 5+ punts downed inside the 20: 5 by Chris Sailer at Houston, 1998 Indiv. had 80+ yard intercept. ret.: 89 by Alterraun Verner vs. Arizona, 2006 Indiv. had 100+ rushing and receiving yds in same game: Skip Hicks vs. U. Wash., 1997 (147 rush./106 receiving) Scored four TDs in one quarter: 4, second quarter at Washington State, 2012 Scored 40+ points in one half: first half vs. Arizona, 2012 (42) Scored 50+ points in one half: first half vs. Colorado, 1980 (56) Rallied from 20-point deficit: 2005 vs. Northwestern (0-22 in first quarter) Played a game in the snow: 2011 at Utah (31º) Played a game in less than 30º temperature: 2012 at Washington State (27º) Played a game in the rain: away-2012, at Stanford; home-2012 vs. USC Played a game in 100º degree temperature: 2009 vs. Cal (100º)

UCLA INDIVIDUAL PASSING Passed for 300+ yards: Brett Hundley, 2012 vs. Baylor (329) Passed for 350+ yards: Brett Hundley, 2012 vs. Oregon State (372) Passed for 400+ yards: Drew Olson, 2005 vs. Arizona State (510) Passed for 500+ yards: Drew Olson, 2005 vs. Arizona State (510) Had 30+ completions: Brett Hundley, 2012 vs. Utah (31) Had 50+ attempts: Brett Hundley, 2010 vs. Baylor (50) Had 4 touchdown passes: Brett Hundley, 2012 at Arizona State (4) Had more than four touchdown passes: Ben Olson, 2007 at Stanford (5) Four interceptions thrown: Brett Hundley, 2012 at Cal Had 300 yards total offense: Brett Hundley, 2012 vs. Baylor (318) Had 350 yards total offense: Brett Hundley, 2012 vs. Oregon State (404) Had 400 yards total offense: Brett Hundley, 2012 vs. Oregon State (404) Had 500 yards total offense: Drew Olson, 2012 vs. Arizona State (501) Had 50+ yard pass completion: 55 yds., Hundley/J. Johnson vs. Baylor, 2012 Had 60+ yard pass completion: 71 yds., Hundley/Evans vs. Stanford, 2012 Had 70+ yard pass completion: 71 yds., Hundley/Evans vs. Stanford, 2012 Had 80+ yard pass completion: 91 yds., D. Olson/J. Cowan vs. Arizona State, 2005 UCLA INDIVIDUAL RECEIVING Had 100+ yards receiving: 116 by Jerry Johnson vs. Baylor, 2012 Had 150+ yards receiving: 151 by Nelson Rosario vs. Arizona State, 2011 Had 200+ yards receiving: 230 by Craig Bragg vs. Oregon, 2003 Back-to-back games 100+ yds receiving: Nelson Rosario, 2011 at USC (118), vs. Colorado (102) Two players 100+ yds receiving in same game: Marcedes Lewis(108), Joe Cowan (109), Chris Markey (120) vs. Arizona State, 2005 Caught 10+ passes: 11 by Marcedes Lewis at Arizona, 2005 Had 80+ yard reception: 91 by Joe Cowan vs. Arizona State, 2005 Had 3 touchdown catches: 3 by Marcedes Lewis vs. Arizona, 2004 Had 4 touchdown catches: 4 by J.J. Stokes vs. Washington, 1993 UCLA TEAM Kickoff Ret. for TD: Matthew Slater vs. Arizona St., 2007 (89 yds) Punt Ret. for TD: Maurice Drew vs. California, 2005 (81 yds) Interception Return for TD: Patrick Larimore at Oregon, 2011 (35 yds) Scored on a blocked punt (TD): Glenn Love vs. California, 2008 (0 yds) Scored on a blocked punt (safety): Sean Westgate vs. Washington State (2009) Scored on a fumble recovery (TD): Eric Kendricks, at Wash. State, 2012 (40 yds) Scored on a blocked field goal: Sheldon Price at Wash. State, 2012 (68 yds) Scored on a blocked extra point attempt: Bret Lockett vs. Fresno State, 2008 50+ Points: 66 vs. Arizona, 2012 (66-10) 30 or more points in a quarter: 30 at Washington State, 2012 Shutout of a team at home: Oregon, 2007 (16-0) Shutout of a team on road: at Stanford, 1987 (49-0) Overtime Game: Tennessee (27-24 win, 1 ot), 2009 Did not allow an opponent touchdown: 2008 vs. Washington State Did not score a touchdown vs. an opponent: 2011 at USC Scored on a two-point PAT: David Allen pass from Brett Hundley, 2012 at Rice 300+ yards rushing: 308 vs. Arizona, 2012 (63att/308) 400+ yards rushing: 437 yards vs. Washington State, 2010 (56 att/437) Less than 25 yards rushing: 18 vs. Illinois, 2011 (30 att) 300+ yards passing: 329 vs. Baylor, 2012 400+ yards passing: 510 vs. Arizona State, 2005 500+ yards passing: 510 vs. Arizona State, 2005 Less than 100 yards passing: 92 vs. Cal, 2011 500+ yards total offense: 611 (303p, 308r) vs. Arizona, 2012 600+ yards total offense: 611 vs. Arizona, (308r, 303p), 2012 800+ all-purpose yards: 800 at Miami, 1998 Less than 200 yards tot. off.: 163 at Washington, 2010 Less than 150 yards tot. off.: 144 at California, 2010 Beat a top 25 team at home: USC, 2012 (No. 21 AP) Beat a top 20 team at home: Nebraska, 2012 (No. 17 AP) Beat a top 15 team at home: Oregon, 2007 (No. 9 AP) Beat a top 10 team at home: Oregon, 2007 (No. 9 AP) Beat a top 5 team at home: USC, 2006 (No. 2 AP) Beat a top 25 team on road: at Texas, 2010 (No. 7 AP) Beat a top 20 team on road: at Texas, 2010 (No. 7 AP) Beat a top 15 team on road: at Texas, 2010 (No. 7 AP) Beat a top 10 team on road: at Texas, 2010 (No. 7 AP) Beat a top 5 team on road: at Washington, 1990 (No. 2 AP) Forced 5 + fumbles: 7 vs. Oklahoma, 2005 (6 vs. USC 1998) Recovered 5+ fumbles: 5 vs. USC, 1998 UCLA Made at least 4 interceptions: 5 vs. Houston, 2012 UCLA Had 0 turnovers: vs. Baylor, 2012

OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL RUSHING Rushed for 100+ yards: L. Seastrunk, Baylor, 2012 (138) Rushed for 200+ yards: LaMichael James, at Oregon, 2011 (219) Rushed for 250+ yards: Reggie Bush, USC, 2005 (260) Had run of 50+ yards: C.J. Anderson, at Cal, 2012 (68) Had run of 75+ yards: David Piland,Houston, 2012 (86) Had 35+ rushing attemps: Dwight Tardy, Washington State, 2007 (37) Had 40+ rushing attempts: Jerome Harrison, Washington State, 2004 (42) OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL PASSING Passed for 400+ yards: Matt Barkley, USC, 2011 (423) Had 25+ completions: Connor Halliday, at Washington State, 2012 (26) Had 30+ completions: Matt Barkley, USC, 201 (35) Had 50+ attempts: David Piland, Houston (60) Completed a pass for 75+ yards:75 by Sean Mannion to Brandin Cooks, Oregon State, 2012 Had 4+ touchdown passes: Connor Halliday (5), at Washington State, 2012; Had more than 5 touchdown passes: Matt Barkley (6), at USC, 2011 Threw 4+ interceptions: David Piland (5), Houston, 2012 OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL RECEIVING Caught 10+ passes: Dewayne Peace, Houston, 2012 (10) Had multiple receivers catch 10+ passes: Marquise Lee (13), Robert Woods (12) at USC, 2011 Had 100+ yards receiving: Marqise Lee (158), USC, 2012 Multiple receivers with 100+ yds recving: Bobby Ratliff (123) and Dominique Williams (108), at Wash. State, 2012 Had 150+ yards receiving: Marqise Lee, vs. USC, 2012 (158) Had 200+ yards receiving: Marquise Lee at USC, 2011 (224) Had 3 or more TD catches: Juron Criner, at Arizona, 2011 (3) OPPONENT DEFENSE Had 15+ tackles: Trevon Stewart, Houston, 2012 (16) Had 2 interceptions: Kameron Jackson, at Cal, 2012 (3) Had 3 sacks: Stephen Paea, Oregon State, 2009 (3) Blocked a punt: USC, 2008 Blocked a field goal: at Oregon State, 2011 OPPONENT MISCELLANEOUS Scored four touchdowns: Ron Dayne, 1998 Rose Bowl, (4) Kicked 50+ yard field goal: Chris Boswell, Rice, 2012 (53) Made five field goals: USC, 2004 Returned blocked field goal for score: Oregon State, 2002 Scored on blocked punt: Florida State, 2006 Returned fumble for score: Stanford on fumbled kickoff, 2012 Returned interception for score: Illinois, 2011 Returned a PAT for score: none Recovered own offensive fumble for touchdown: at Houston, 2011 Blocked a PAT: Rice, 2012

UCLA INDIVIDUAL DEFENSE Had at at least 15 tackles: 15 by Jordan Zumwalt vs. Baylor, 2012 Had more than 15 tackles: 17 by Eric Kendricks at Arizona State, 2012 Had at least 20 tackles: 20 by Reggie Carter at BYU, 2008 Had more than 20 tackles: 21 by Eric Turner vs. Oregon, 1989 Had 3+ interceptions: Sheldon Price (3) vs. Houston, 2012 Had 5+ tackles for loss: Damien Holmes (5) at Colorado, 2012

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OPPONENT TEAM Kick return for touchdown: Jamal Miles at Arizona State, 2010 (99 yds) Punt return for touchdown: Jordan Poyer, at Oregon State, 2011 (85 yds) Interception return for touchdown: Terry Hawthorne, Illinois, 2011 (39 yds) Scored on by a blocked punt (TD): Lawrence Timmons, Florida St., 2006 (25 yards) Scored on a fumble recovery (TD): U. Amanam, Stanford, 2012 (11 yards) Scored on a safety: Tennessee, 2009 Scored on a failed extra point attempt: none Scored on a two-point conversion: USC, 2012 50+ points scored: 50 at USC, 2011 Shutout at home: 2010 by Stanford (0-35) Shutout on road: 2011 at USC (0-50) Rushed for 300+ yards: Baylor, 2012 (306) Rushed for less than 25 yards: at Arizona State, 2008 (21) Passed for 400+ yards: at Washington State, 2012 (457) Passed for less than 100 yards: at California, 2010 (68) Had 500+ yards total offense: vs. USC, 2012 (513) Had 600+ yards total offense: USC, 2005 (679) Had less than 200 yards total off.: 181 by Washington State, 2009 Had less than 150 yards total off.: 122 by Arizona State, 2008 Had less than 100 yards total off.: 42 by Arkansas, 1989 Forced UCLA to have 5+ Turnovers: Notre Dame, 2007 (7) Intercepted four UCLA passes: California, 2012 (4) Intercepted five UCLA passes: Washington State, 2001 (5)

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RUSHING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Johnathan Franklin Gaston Green Freeman McNeil DeShaun Foster Karim Abdul-Jabbar Wendell Tyler Skip Hicks Theotis Brown Chris Markey Kevin Nelson Maurice Jones-Drew Kermit Johnson Kevin Williams Brian Brown James Owens Eric Ball Kenny Washington Greg Jones Manuel White John Sciarra

RECEPTIONS Years Carries 2009-12 788 1984-87 708 1977-80 605 1998-01 722 1992-95 608 1973-76 526 1993-94, 96-97 638 1976-78 526 2004-07 579 1980-83 574 2003-05 481 1971-73 370 1989-92 418 1986-90 456 1975-78 414 1985-88 401 1937-39 454 1967-69 390 2001-04 408 1972-75 371

TYG 4,620 3,884 3,297 3,454 3,341 3,240 3,373 2,954 2,882 2,687 2,650 2,551 2,348 2,175 2,134 2,041 2,275 1,940 1,893 2,168

YL 217 153 102 260 159 59 233 40 149 104 147 56 133 76 60 57 360 41 79 355

NYG 4,403 3,731 3,195 3,194 3,182 3,181 3,140 2,914 2,733 2,583 2,503 2,495 2,215 2,099 2,074 1,984 1,915 1,899 1,814 1,813

Avg 5.59 5.27 5.28 4.42 5.23 6.04 4.92 5.54 4.72 4.50 5.20 6.74 5.30 4.60 5.01 4.95 4.23 4.89 4.45 4.89

Att 1,250 1,148 751 816 627 670 612 630 478 524 552 465 431 411 359 408 412 291 315 406

Comp 694 664 441 439 406 391 352 343 318 292 289 243 231 217 201 201 199 198 177 161

TD 68 67 50 42 41 33 34 23 29 9 29 23 16 15 12 20 21 15 12 24

Yds 10,708 8,532 6,168 6,877 5,298 5,363 4,723 4,277 3,740 3,063 4,356 4,087 2,931 2,478 2,473 2,840 2,857 2,480 2,165 2,824

Pct .555 .578 .587 .538 .648 .584 .575 .544 .665 .557 .524 .522 .536 .528 .559 .493 .483 .680 .562 .397

Att 1,250 1,148 816 751 670 627 612 552 630 465 478 524 431 412 408 406 299 291 411 359

Comp 694 664 439 441 391 406 352 289 343 243 318 292 231 199 201 161 148 198 217 201

TD 68 67 42 50 33 41 34 29 23 23 29 9 16 21 20 24 15 15 15 12

Yds 10,708 8,532 6,877 6,168 5,363 5,298 4,723 4,356 4,277 4,087 3,740 3,063 2,931 2,857 2,840 2,824 2,651 2,480 2,478 2,473

Pct .555 .578 .538 .587 .584 .648 .575 .524 .544 .522 .665 .557 .536 .483 .493 .397 .495 .680 .528 .559

Pass 10,708 8,532 6,877 6,168 5,363 4,087 5,298 4,277 4,723 2,651 4,356 3,740 13 2,857 2,840 1,881 1,881 1,291 0 0

Yds 11,285 8,324 6,450 6,255 5,482 5,358 5,294 5,001 4,538 4,464 4,297 4,095 3,744 3,607 3,432 3,332 3,267 3,206 3,195 3,194

PASSING (based on completions) 1. Cade McNown 2. Drew Olson 3. Tom Ramsey 4. Cory Paus 5. Troy Aikman 6. Tommy Maddox 7. Wayne Cook 8. Kevin Prince 9. Brett Hundley 10. Kevin Craft 11. Dennis Dummit 12. Gary Beban 13. Matt Stevens 14. Patrick Cowan 15. Richard Brehaut Rick Bashore 17. Larry Zeno 18. Rick Neuheisel 19 Steve Bono 20. Bob Waterfield

Years 1995-98 2002-05 1979-82 1999-02 1987-88 1990-91 1991-94 2009-12 20112008-09 1969-70 1965-67 1983-86 2005-08 2009-12 1976-79 1962-64 1979-83 1980-84 1941-44

PASSING YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Cade McNown Drew Olson Cory Paus Tom Ramsey Tommy Maddox Troy Aikman Wayne Cook Dennis Dummit Kevin Prince Gary Beban Brett Hundley Kevin Craft Matt Stevens Larry Zeno Rick Bashore Bob Waterfield John Sciarra Rick Neuheisel Patrick Cowan Richard Brehaut

Years 1995-98 2002-05 1999-02 1979-82 1990-91 1987-88 1991-94 1969-70 2009-12 1965-67 20112008-09 1983-86 1962-64 1976-79 1941-44 1972-75 1979-83 2005-08 2009-12

TOTAL OFFENSE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Cade McNown Drew Olson Cory Paus Tom Ramsey Tommy Maddox Gary Beban Troy Aikman Kevin Prince Wayne Cook John Sciarra Dennis Dummit Brett Hundley Gaston Green Larry Zeno Rick Bashore Paul Cameron Bill Kilmer Kenny Washington Freeman McNeil DeShaun Foster

Years 1995-98 2002-05 1999-02 1979-82 1990-91 1965-67 1987-88 2009-12 1991-94 1972-75 1969-70 20111984-87 1962-64 1976-79 1951-53 1958-60 1937-39 1977-80 1998-01

Plays 1,563 1,347 960 1,055 837 937 784 867 746 670 726 638 709 701 720 716 562 684 605 722

Rush 577 -208 -427 87 119 1,271 -4 724 -185 1,813 -59 355 2,731 750 592 1,451 1,386 1,915 3,195 3,194

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Years 2001-04 1992-95 1996-99 1991-94 2008-11 1989-92 1997-01 2008-11 1982-85 2002-05 1986-89 1998-00 2006-09 1982-86 1980-82 1984-87 2002-06 1994-97 1979-82 2004-07 2011-

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

Craig Bragg Kevin Jordan Danny Farmer J.J. Stokes Nelson Rosario Sean LaChapelle Brian Poli-Dixon Taylor Embree Mike Sherrard Marcedes Lewis Mike Farr Freddie Mitchell Terrence Austin Karl Dorrell Cormac Carney 16. Willie Anderson 17. Junior Taylor 18. Jim McElroy 19. Jojo Townsell 20. Brandon Breazell Other: Shaq Evans

No. 193 179 159 154 146 142 139 137 128 126 124 119 109 108 108 105 104 101 100 98 79

Yds 2,845 2,548 3,020 2,469 2,362 2,027 2,127 1,776 1,965 1,571 1,497 2,135 1,192 1,517 1,909 2,023 1,372 2,029 1,773 1,511 1,186

Avg 14.74 14.23 18.99 16.03 16.18 14.27 15.30 12.96 15.35 12.47 12.07 17.94 10.94 14.05 17.68 19.27 13.19 20.09 17.73 15.42 15.0

TD 19 12 19 28 8 14 20 4 10 21 2 10 5 9 8 14 9 14 20 12 5

RECEIVING YARDS Years 1996-99 2001-04 1992-95 1991-94 2008-11 1998-00 1997-01 1994-97 1989-92 1984-87 1982-85 1980-82 2008-11 1979-82 2002-05 2000-04 1982-86 2004-07 1986-89 2011-

1. Danny Farmer 2. Craig Bragg 3. Kevin Jordan 4. J.J. Stokes 5. Nelson Rosario 6. Freddie Mitchell 7. Brian Poli-Dixon 8. Jim McElroy 9. Sean LaChapelle 10. Willie Anderson 11. Mike Sherrard 13. Cormac Carney 14. Taylor Embree 15. Jojo Townsell 16. Marcedes Lewis 17. Tab Perry 18. Karl Dorrell 19. Brandon Breazell 20. Mike Farr Other: Shaq Evans

No. 159 193 179 154 146 119 139 101 142 105 128 108 137 100 126 84 108 98 124 79

Yds 3,020 2,845 2,548 2,469 2,362 2,135 2,127 2,029 2,027 2,023 1,965 1,909 1,776 1,773 1,571 1,547 1,517 1,511 1,497 1,139

Avg 18.99 14.74 14.23 16.03 16.18 17.94 15.30 20.09 14.27 19.27 15.35 17.68 12.96 17.73 12.47 18.42 14.05 15.42 12.07 15.0

TD 19 19 12 28 8 10 20 14 14 14 10 8 4 20 21 6 9 12 2 5

KOR 5 787 2,145 271 790 207 229 729 1,416 582 185 1,259 117 563 1,476 841

Tot 4,925 4,688 4,425 4,283 4,225 4,164 4,028 3,944 3,837 3,809 3,561 3,522 3,454 3,434 3,288 3,218 3,105 3,060 3,043 2,798

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Johnathan Franklin Maurice Jones-Drew Terrence Austin Gaston Green Chris Markey Craig Bragg DeShaun Foster Theotis Brown Skip Hicks Brian Brown Freeman McNeil Karim Abdul-Jabbar Greg Jones Wendell Tyler Jim McElroy Kevin Nelson Kermit Johnson Danny Farmer Tab Perry Shawn Wills

Years 2009-12 2003-05 2006-09 1984-87 2004-07 2001-04 1998-01 1976-78 1993-97 1987-90 1977-80 1992-95 1967-69 1973-76 1994-97 1980-83 1971-73 1996-99 2000-04 1988-91

Plays 788 603 316 752 688 307 797 594 684 560 641 648 450 546 155 633 398 162 154 394

Rush 4,403 2,503 146 3,731 2,733 151 3,194 2,914 3,140 2,099 3,195 3,182 1,899 3,181 66 2,583 2,495 40 20 1,586

Rec 517 819 1,192 281 645 2,845 548 301 697 294 366 340 434 68 2,029 518 47 3,020 1,547 353

PR 579 942 57 961 57 39 68 18

Years 2007-10 1982-85 2003-06 1993-96 1986-89 1999-02 1995-98 1977-79 1991-92 1978-81 1971-73

FGA 101 100 88 83 65 59 46 49 40 34 47

FGM 85 85 70 57 51 42 33 31 29 24 24

Lg 54 52 52 50 53 49 56 48 47 49 48

FIELD GOALS 1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Kai Forbath John Lee Justin Medlock Bjorn Merten Alfredo Velasco Chris Griffith Chris Sailer Peter Boermeester Louis Perez Norm Johnson Efren Herrera

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CAREER RECORDS •

SCORING 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. *—

John Lee Kai Forbath Justin Medlock Skip Hicks Bjorn Merten Alfredo Velasco DeShaun Foster Chris Griffith Gaston Green Maurice Jones-Drew Gary Beban Chris Sailer Johnathan Franklin Efren Herrera Joe Fleming J.J. Stokes Theotis Brown Peter Boermeester Eric Ball Kermit Johnson Bob Davenport two-point conversions

TACKLES Years 1982-85 2007-10 2003-06 1993-94, 96-97 1993-96 1986-89 1998-01 1999-02 1984-87 2003-05 1965-67 1995-98 2009-12 1971-73 1926-28 1991-94 1976-78 1977-79 1985-88 1971-73 1953-55

TD 0 0 0 55 0 0 44 0 40 39 35 0 33 0 22 28 27 0 26 25 25

PAT 135 102 147 0 130 114 1* 136 4* 0 2* 114 0 121 23 1* 0 67 0 0 0

FG 85 85 70 0 57 51 0 42 0 0 0 33 0 24 6 0 0 31 0 0 0

Pts 390 357 357 330 301 267 266 262 248 234 214 213 198 193 173 170 162 160 156 150 150

PUNTING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Kirk Wilson Jeff Locke Chris Kluwe Nate Fikse Aaron Perez Zenon Andrusyshyn Harold Barkate Kevin Buenafe Chris Sailer Darren Schager

9. 10.

Terrence Austin Paul Guidry Craig Bragg Ron Carver Darryl Henley Lupe Sanchez Ernie Johnson Joe Sabol Kenny Easley Ricky Manning

No. 77 275 154 267 286 136 128 232 241 221

Yds 3,432 12,163 6,624 11,420 12,220 5,798 5,392 9,766 10,120 9,274

Avg 44.57 44.23 43.01 42.77 42.73 42.63 42.13 42.09 41.99 41.96

Years 2006-09 1993-96 2001-04 1969-71 1985-88 1979-83 1946-49 1950-52 1977-80 1999-02

No. 95 90 87 79 66 53 46 46 45 44

Yds 942 911 961 606 654 415 632 436 454 275

Avg 9.92 10.12 11.05 7.67 9.91 7.83 13.78 9.90 10.09 6.25

TD 0 1 2 0 3 0 0 2 0 0

No. 89 81 67 66 54 42 41 40 39 36 34 33 32 30 29 27

Yds 2,145 1,855 1,476 1,416 1,259 875 963 890 841 790 986 643 787 570 651 640

Avg 24.10 22.90 22.03 21.45 23.31 20.83 23.49 22.25 21.56 21.94 29.00 19.48 24.59 19.00 22.45 23.7

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 0 0

Jerry Robinson Don Rogers Spencer Havner Kenny Easley Eric Turner James Washington Ken Norton Matt Darby Frank Stephens Craig Davis Tommy Taylor Jim Wahler Robert Thomas Manu Tuiasosopo Neal Dellocono Carnell Lake Ryan Nece Stacy Argo Alterraun Verner Reggie Carter Tom Sullivan Other: Eric Kendricks

Years 2006-09 2010-11 2000-02 1986-89 1994-97 1974-76 1979-82 1969-71 1988-91 2004-07 2004-07 1990-92 2003-05 1964-66 1985-88 2009-

No. 19 16 15 14 14 14 14 13 13 13 13 13

Yds 186 219 216 126 315 246 157 357 245 240 98 303

Avg 9.79 13.69 14.40 9.00 22.50 17.57 11.21 27.46 18.85 18.46 7.54 23.30

TD 1 2 1 0 1 3 1 4 0 2 1 0

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Carnell Lake Brian Price Dave Ball Bruce Davis Spencer Havner Robert Thomas Terry Tumey Donnie Edwards Irv Eatman 10. Jim Wahler 11. Datone Jones 12. Karl Morgan Jamir Miller 14. Kenyon Coleman 15. Korey Bosworth 16. Neal Dellocono 17. Martin Moss 18. Eric Smith 19. Justin Hickman Mark Walen Frank Stephens Reggie Carter Other: Anthony Barr

SACKS

KICKOFF RETURNS 1. Terrence Austin 2. Josh Smith 3. Tab Perry 4. Brian Brown 5. Jim McElroy 6. Wally Henry 7. Jojo Townsell 8. Ron Carver 9. Shawn Wills 10. Chris Markey 11. Matthew Slater 12. Ricky Davis 13. Maurice Jones-Drew 14. Tim McAteer 15. Darryl Henley Other: Damien Thigpen

8.

Kenny Easley Carlton Gray James Washington Rahim Moore Eric Turner Marcus Turner Don Rogers Alterraun Verner Ricky Manning Craig Rutledge Lupe Sanchez Bill Stits

Years 1977-80 1989-92 1984-87 2008-10 1987-90 1985-88 1980-83 2006-09 1999-02 1983-86 1979-83 1951-53

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Tackles 468 405 402 374 369 347 339 332 313 312 309 294 293 292 287 284 281 280 279 272 272 226

(1975-present)

Years 1985-88 2007-09 2000-03 2004-07 2002-05 1998-01 1984-87 1992-95 1979-82 1985-88 2008-12 1979-82 1991-93 1997-01 2006-09 1981-84 1978-81 1984-86, 88 2004-06 1982-85 1975-77 2006-09 2010-

No. 45.5 44.5 43.5 42.5 42.0 41.0 39.0 38.0 38.0 37.0 36.5 35.0 35.0 34.0 33.5 33.0 32.0 31.5 31.0 31.0 31.0 31.0 21.5

(1975-present)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Dave Ball Bruce Davis Eric Smith Carnell Lake Terry Tumey Jamir Miller Donnie Edwards Jim Wahler Mark Walen Justin Hickman Frank Stephens Neal Dellocono Karl Morgan Martin Moss Manu Tuiasosopo Other: Anthony Barr

INTERCEPTIONS 1. 2. 3. 4.

Years 1975-78 1980-83 2002-05 1977-80 1987-90 1984-87 1984-87 1988-91 1975-77 1986-89 1982-85 1985-88 1998-01 1975-78 1981-84 1985-88 1998-01 1988-91 2006-09 2006-09 1979-82 2010-

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

TACKLES FOR LOSS Years 1956-58 2009-12 2001-04 1999-02 2005-08 1967-69 1985-88 1981-84 1995-98 1990-94

PUNT RETURNS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

(1975-present)

MEDIA GUIDE

Years 2000-03 2004-07 1984-86, 88 1985-88 1984-87 1991-93 1992-95 1985-88 1982-85 2004-06 1975-77 1981-84 1979-82 1978-81 1975-78 2010-

No. 30.5 29.0 26.5 25.5 25.0 23.5 22.5 21.0 20.0 19.5 19.0 17.0 17.0 17.0 17.0 13.5

RUSHING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21.

Year 2012 1995 1986 1979 1975 1978 1997 1994 1991 1973 2010 2001 2006 1980 1987 1976 2000 1996 2004 1976 2002

Year 2012 2005 2008 1988 1991 1982 1998 2004 1997 1983 1990 1994 1987 1996 1970

Att 478 378 417 354 343 336 357 341 312 267 327 302 273 336 344

PASSING YARDAGE

19. 20.

Brett Hundley Cade McNown Drew Olson Cade McNown Tom Ramsey Troy Aikman Tommy Maddox Tommy Maddox Drew Olson Troy Aikman Wayne Cook Cade McNown Dennis Dummit Kevin Craft Rick Neuheisel Cory Paus Drew Olson Wayne Cook Kevin Prince Dennis Dummit

Year 2012 1998 2005 1997 1982 1988 1990 1991 2004 1987 1994 1996 1970 2008 1983 2000 2003 1993 2009 1969

TOTAL OFFENSE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 18. 19. 20.

Brett Hundley Cade McNown Drew Olson Cade McNown Tom Ramsey Troy Aikman Tommy Maddox Drew Olson Tommy Maddox Cade McNown Troy Aikman Kevin Craft Wayne Cook Dennis Dummit Kevin Prince Kevin Prince John Sciarra Rick Neuheisel Gary Beban Wayne Cook Cade McNown

Carries 282 296 253 271 208 211 258 210 191 150 214 216 227 203 206 200 269 224 160 181 234

Yds 1,734 1,571 1,405 1,396 1,388 1,283 1,282 1,227 1,141 1,129 1,127 1,109 1,107 1,105 1,098 1,092 1,037 1,034 1,007 1,003 994

Avg 6.1 5.3 5.6 5.2 6.7 6.1 5.0 5.8 6.0 7.5 5.3 5.1 4.9 5.4 5.3 5.5 3.9 4.6 6.3 5.5 4.2

Cl Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. Fr.R

1. 2. 3.

6. 7. 8. 9. 11. 12. 14. 15. 17. 18. 20.

Year 2012 1998 2005 1997 1982 1988 1990 2004 1991 1996 1987 2008 1994 1970 2011 2009 1975 1983 1965 1993 1995

Att 478 357 378 312 336 354 327 343 341 273 302 336 344 417 267 241 325 297 308 208

Comp 318 242 232 228 209 209 207 196 189 185 182 179 178 176 175

Yds 3,740 3,198 2,341 2,771 2,681 2,986 3,470 2,565 3,116 2,245 2,682 2,501 2,527 2,424 2,393

Pct .665 .640 .556 .644 .609 .622 .580 .575 .606 .693 .557 .593 .652 .524 .510

TD 29 34 7 24 16 21 25 20 24 13 17 15 17 12 14

Cl Fr.R Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr.R Sr. Jr. So. Sr.

TD 29 25 34 24 21 24 17 16 20 17 15 12 14 7 13 17 10 18 8 15

Cl Fr.R Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr.R So. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. So. Jr. Fr.R Jr.

(1937-present) Comp 318 207 242 189 209 228 182 209 196 178 179 176 175 232 185 134 173 165 173 114

Yds 3,740 3,470 3,198 3,116 2,986 2,771 2,682 2,681 2,565 2,527 2,501 2,424 2,393 2,341 2,245 2,154 2,067 2,067 2,050 1,963

Pct .665 .580 .640 .606 .622 .644 .557 .609 .575 .652 .593 .524 .510 .556 .693 .556 .532 .556 .562 .548

Rush 355 182 -48 26 138 83 148 106 -29 58 -87 20 -145 -88 424 179 787 -171 590 -29 311

Pass 3,740 3,470 3,198 3,116 2,986 2,771 2,682 2,565 2,681 2,424 2,527 2,341 2,501 2,393 1,828 2,050 1,313 2,245 1,483 2,067 1,698

Total Yds 4,095 3,652 3,150 3,142 3,124 2,854 2,830 2,671 2,652 2,482 2,440 2,361 2,356 2,305 2,252 2,229 2,100 2,074 2,073 2,038 2,009

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Year 1993 2000 2003 1994 1991 1988 2011 2012 2005 1998 2002 2008 2000 2007 1987 1983 1997 2012 1982 2009 1993

J.J. Stokes Freddie Mitchell Craig Bragg Kevin Jordan Sean LaChapelle Mike Farr Nelson Rosario Shaquelle Evans Marcedes Lewis Danny Farmer Craig Bragg Terrence Austin Brian Poli-Dixon Brandon Breazell Willie Anderson Mike Sherrard Jim McElroy Joseph Fauria Cormac Carney Taylor Embree Kevin Jordan

No. 82 77 73 73 73 66 64 60 58 58 55 53 53 51 48 48 47 46 46 45 45

Cl Fr.R Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr.R Jr. So. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Fr.R Sr. Sr. So. Jr. Fr.

Freddie Mitchell Danny Farmer Kevin Jordan J.J. Stokes Nelson Rosario Craig Bragg Sean LaChapelle Jim McElroy Willie Anderson Craig Bragg Shaquelle Evans Brandon Breazell Cormac Carney Brian Poli-Dixon Marcedes Lewis Gwen Cooper Mike Sherrard J.J. Stokes Nelson Rosario Scott Miller

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Johnathan Franklin Terrence Austin Maurice Jones-Drew Terrence Austin Theotis Brown Karim Abdul-Jabbar Skip Hicks Maurice Drew Freeman McNeil Freddie Mitchell Gaston Green Kermit Johnson Theotis Brown Josh Smith Craig Bragg Wendell Tyler Tyler Ebell Chris Markey Brian Brown Karim Abdul-Jabbar

PUNTING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Kirk Wilson Jeff Locke Art Steffan Kirk Maggio Aaron Perez Jeff Locke Nate Fikse Darren Schager 9. Zenon Andrusyshyn 10. Frank Corral

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Year 2000 1998 1994 1993 2011 2003 1991 1997 1987 2002 2012 2007 1982 2000 2005 1969 1984 1992 2009 1990

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Year 2012 2008 2005 2009 1978 1995 1997 2004 1979 2000 1986 1973 1976 2011 2003 1975 2002 2006 1990 1994

Rush 1,734 90 914 25 1,283 1,571 1,282 1,007 1,396 -1 1,405 1,129 1,092 26 0 1,388 994 1,107 798 1,227

Yds 1,181 1,494 1,065 1,228 1,056 700 1,161 877 741 1,274 889 460 750 810 903 709 988 637 779 608 612

Avg 14.4 19.4 14.6 16.8 14.5 10.6 18.1 14.6 12.8 22.0 16.2 8.7 14.2 15.9 18.8 14.8 21.0 13.8 16.9 13.5 13.6

TD 17 9 5 7 11 0 5 3 10 9 8 1 5 4 6 2 10 12 2 2 2

Cl Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. So.

(1938-present)

No. 77 58 73 82 64 73 73 47 48 55 60 51 46 53 58 38 43 41 42 38

Yds 1,494 1,274 1,228 1,181 1,161 1,065 1,056 988 903 889 877 810 779 750 741 734 729 728 723 723

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS

17. 18. 19. 20.

(1937-present) Plays 638 432 428 391 470 432 417 394 420 424 352 499 364 423 344 376 343 339 326 364 316

(1938-present)

RECEIVING YARDS

(1937-present)

(based on completions) 1. Brett Hundley 2. Drew Olson 3. Kevin Craft 4. Troy Aikman 5. Tommy Maddox Tom Ramsey 7. Cade McNown 8. Drew Olson 9. Cade McNown 10. Rick Neuheisel 11. Tommy Maddox 12. Wayne Cook 13. Troy Aikman 14. Cade McNown 15. Dennis Dummit

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.

RECEPTIONS

(1936-present)

Johnathan Franklin Karim Abdul-Jabbar Gaston Green Freeman McNeil Wendell Tyler Theotis Brown Skip Hicks Karim Abdul-Jabbar Kevin Williams Kermit Johnson Johnathan Franklin DeShaun Foster Chris Markey Freeman McNeil Gaston Green Theotis Brown DeShaun Foster Skip Hicks Maurice Jones-Drew Wendell Tyler Tyler Ebell

PASSING

SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS •

Avg 19.4 22.0 16.8 14.4 18.1 14.6 14.5 21.0 18.8 16.2 14.6 15.9 16.9 14.2 12.8 19.3 17.0 17.8 17.2 19.0

TD 9 9 7 17 5 5 11 10 6 8 3 4 2 5 10 9 4 7 2 9

Cl Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. So. Sr.

(1938-present)

Rec 323 460 453 455 74 188 389 262 140 1,494 70 0 92 243 1,065 0 72 261 104 118

KOR 5 1,109 69 1,036 447 0 0 185 0 0 0 317 223 1,132 0 0 43 0 456 0

PR Total Yds 0 2,062 219 1,878 427 1,863 302 1,818 0 1,804 0 1,759 0 1,671 152 1,606 0 1,536 0 1,493 0 1,475 0 1,446 0 1,407 0 1,401 302 1,388 0 1,388 273 1,382 0 1,377 0 1,358 0 1,345

Cl Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr.R Jr. Sr. So.

(1938-present) Year 1956 2010 1948 1989 2008 2011 2001 1994 1967 1976

No. 30 64 17 45 79 64 53 53 34 44

Yds 1,479 2,934 779 2,036 3,571 2,838 2,342 2,342 1,502 1,939

Avg 49.30 45.84 45.82 45.24 45.21 44.34 44.19 44.19 44.17 44.07

Cl So. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Jr.

FIELD GOALS

(1942-present) Year 1984 2009 2006 2007 1985 1993 1997 1987 2008 1988 2012 1986 1983 2004 1991 1982 1978

1. 2.

John Lee Kai Forbath Justin Medlock 4. Kai Forbath 5. John Lee 6. Bjorn Merten 7. Chris Sailer Alfredo Velasco 9. Kai Forbath 10. Alfredo Velasco 11. Ka'imi Fairbairn David Franey John Lee 14. Justin Medlock Louis Perez John Lee Peter Boermeester

SCORING 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 11. 13. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

4. 6. 7. 8. 10.

17.

Year 1997 2005 1996 1984 2006 1997 2009 1987 2007 1985 2012 1998 1993 1986 1973 1993 1988 2012 2005 2004 1986 1982

Skip Hicks Maurice Jones-Drew Skip Hicks J.J. Stokes Gaston Green Kermit Johnson Johnathan Franklin John Sciarra Gary Beban DeShaun Foster DeShaun Foster Jermaine Lewis Karim Abdul-Jabbar Theotis Brown Paul Cameron Joe Fleming Joseph Fauria Maurice Drew DeShaun Foster Gaston Green

TD 26 20 20 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 17 16 0 0 15 0 0 0 0

Cl Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr.R Sr. Fr.R Jr. So. So. Jr. Fr. Sr. So. So. Jr. Fr.R Jr.

PAT 0 0 0 21 29 52 24 48 30 39 56 62 0 0 0 32 43 0 50 42 39 42

FG 0 0 0 32 28 19 28 20 25 22 16 14 0 0 0 21 17 0 13 15 16 15

Pts 156 120 120 117 113 109 108 108 105 105 104 104 102 102 96 95 94 90 89 87 87 87

Cl Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Fr.R Sr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr.R Jr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Fr.R

No. 26 20 20 17 17 16 15 14 14 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 12 12 12 12

Cl Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. So. Sr. So. Sr. So. Fr. Sr.

7. Tab Perry 8. Jim McElroy 9. Brian Brown Brian Brown Darryl Henley Wally Henry

Year 2011 2008 2009 2007 2010 2000

No. 38 33 33 31 30 29 28 27 25 25

Yds 302 302 292 311 200 303 226 336 377 190

TACKLES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9.

13. 14. 15.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

10. 12. 13. 14.

9.

Avg 7.9 9.2 8.9 10.0 6.7 10.4 8.1 12.4 15.1 7.6

Cl Jr. Sr. So. So. Jr. Fr.R Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr.

Yds 1,132 1,109 1,036 986 723 598

Jerry Robinson Jerry Robinson Eric Kendricks Jerry Robinson Craig Davis Don Rogers Eric Turner Frank Stephens Brandon Chillar Don Rogers Spencer Havner Ken Norton Don Rogers Terry Tautolo Frank Stephens James Washington

Robert Thomas Brian Price Marvcus Patton Anthony Barr Donnie Edwards Dave Ball Datone Jones Justin Hickman Carnell Lake Jamir Miller Irv Eatman Bruce Davis Bruce Davis Spencer Havner Dave Ball Kenyon Coleman Brendon Ayanbadejo George Kase

Avg 23.1 24.1 24.1 29.0 22.6 20.6

Cl Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Fr.

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Carlton Gray Rahim Moore Bob Stiles Bill Stits Marvin Goodwin Don Rogers Kenny Easley Bob Waterfield Larry Atkins Craig Rutledge Tom Sullivan Kenny Easley John Nanoski Jimmy Allen Ron Carver Sandy Green Milt Davis Ernie Johnson Ben Reiges

SACKS 1. 2. 3. 4.

8. 9.

12.

25 24 22 22 22 22

626 595 456 465 488 489

Year 1978 1976 2012 1977 1989 1983 1989 1977 2003 1981 2004 1987 1982 1975 1976 1984

Year 2001 2009 1989 2012 1994 2003 2012 2006 1987 1993 1980 2006 2007 2005 2002 2001 1997 1995

No. 161 159 150 147 143 143 141 136 133 133 125 125 124 120 119 119

Jr. So. Sr. Jr. So. Jr.

Cl Sr. So. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr.R

(1975-present) No. 26.0 23.5 22.0 21.5 21.0 20.5 19.0 19.0 19.0 18.0 18.0 17.5 15.5 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0

Cl Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr.

(1942-present) Year 1991 2009 1965 1952 1993 1983 1978 1942 1997 1986 1981 1977 1973 1972 1969 1967 1952 1946 1946

No. 11 10 9 8 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

Yds 132 79 125 235 136 81 71 96 154 104 28 33 106 42 97 51 83 58 —

(1975-present)

Dave Ball Anthony Barr Carnell Lake Bruce Davis Justin Hickman Donnie Edwards Jamir Miller Bruce Davis Dave Ball Marvcus Patton Eric Smith Brendon Ayanbadejo Mark Walen Terry Tumey Neal Dellocono Manu Tuiasosopo

MEDIA GUIDE

25.0 24.8 20.7 21.1 22.2 22.2

(1975-present)

TACKLES FOR LOSS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

(1940-present) No. 49 46 43 34 32 29

2002 1995 1990 1989 1986 1975

INTERCEPTIONS

(1940-present) Year 2003 2009 1969 2007 1965 1993 1982 1979 1995 1971

KICKOFF RETURNS Josh Smith Terrence Austin Terrence Austin Matthew Slater Josh Smith Tab Perry

Pct .889 .903 .875 .833 .880 .808 .800 .833 .864 .895 .727 .762 .800 .750 .714 .789 .714

(1940-present) Year 1997 2005 1996 1993 1986 1973 2012 1975 1965 2001 2000 1998 1995 1976 1953 1926 2012 2004 1998 1987

PUNT RETURNS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

FGM 32 28 28 25 22 21 20 20 19 17 16 16 16 15 15 15 15

11.

Skip Hicks Maurice Jones-Drew Skip Hicks John Lee Justin Medlock Chris Sailer Kai Forbath Alfredo Velasco Kai Forbath John Lee Ka'imi Fairbairn Chris Sailer J.J. Stokes Gaston Green Kermit Johnson Bjorn Merten Alfredo Velasco Johnathan Franklin Justin Medlock Justin Medlock David Franey John Lee

1. Craig Bragg 2. Terrence Austin Ron Carver 4. Terrence Austin 5. Tim McAteer 6. Paul Guidry 7. Lupe Sanchez 8. Kenny Easley 9. Paul Guidry Ron Carver

FGA 36 31 32 30 25 26 25 24 22 19 22 21 20 20 21 19 21

(1942-present)

TOUCHDOWNS 1. 2.

SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS •

Year 2003 2012 1987 2006 2006 1994 1993 2007 2002 1989 1986 1998 1985 1985 1984 1976

No. 16.5 13.5 13.0 12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 12.0 11.0 11.0 11.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0

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Avg 12.0 7.9 13.9 29.4 19.4 11.6 10.1 13.8 25.7 17.3 4.7 5.5 17.7 7.0 16.2 8.5 13.8 9.7 —

Cl Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr.

INDIVIDUAL SCHOOL RECORDS •

DEFENSE

PASSING

PLAYS

ATTEMPTS

Game: 64 — Richard Brehaut, at Arizona State, 2010 Season: 638 — Brett Hundley, 2012 Career: 1,563 — Cade McNown, 1995-98

Game: 56 — Richard Brehaut, at Arizona State, 2010 Season: 478 — Brett Hundley, 2012 Two Seasons: 719 — Drew Olson, 2004-05 Career: 1,250 — Cade McNown, 1995-98

YARDS GAINED Game: 515 — Cade McNown vs Miami, 1998 Season: 4,095 — Brett Hundley, 2012 Career: 11,285 — Cade McNown, 1995-98

YARDS PER GAME Season: 304.3 — Cade McNown, 1998 Career: 240.1 — Cade McNown, 1995-98

AVERAGE PER PLAY Season: 8.45 — Cade McNown, 1998 Career: 7.22 — Cade McNown, 1995-98

RUSHING CARRIES Game: 42 — DeShaun Foster vs Alabama, 2000; Karim Abdul-Jabbar vs Stanford, 1995 Season: 296 — Karim Abdul-Jabbar, 1995 Career: 788 — Johnathan Franklin, 2009-12

YARDS GAINED Game: 322 — Maurice Drew at Washington, 2004 Season: 1,734 — Johnathan Franklin, 2012 Career: 4,403 — Johnathan Franklin, 2009-12

YARDS PER GAME Season: 142.8 — Karim Abdul-Jabbar, 1995

GAMES GAINING 100 YARDS OR MORE Season: 9 — Johnathan Franklin, 2012 (8)Karim Abdul-Jabbar, 1995; Gaston Green, 1986; Freeman McNeil,1980 and 1979; Wendell Tyler, 1975 Career: 20 — Gaston Green, 1984-87; 19 Franklin, 2009-12

CONSECUTIVE GAMES GAINING 100 YARDS OR MORE Season: 7 — Gaston Green, 1986; 6 — Tyler Ebell, 2002 Two-Seasons: 8 — Gaston Green, 1986-87; note --- 9 (in consecutive games played, but missing game due to injury) — Freeman McNeil, 1979-80

GAMES GAINING 200 YARDS OR MORE Season: 3 — Karim Abdul-Jabbar, 1995 (consecutive) Career: 3 — Gaston Green, 1984-87; Karim Abdul-Jabbar, 1992-95; Johnathan Franklin, 2009-12

GAMES GAINING 100 YARDS RUSHING AND 100 YARDS RECEIVING Career: 2 — Skip Hicks, 1997 vs Washington (147 rushing, 106 receiving); Skip Hicks, 1996 vs Cal (146 rush, 113 recv.)

YARDS GAINED, QUARTERBACK Game: 178 — John Sciarra vs Tennessee, 1974 Season: 815 — Jeff Dankworth, 1976 Career: 1,813 — John Sciarra, 1972-75

YARDS GAINED, FRESHMAN Game: 227 — Eric Ball (redshirt) vs Iowa, 1986 Rose Bowl; 186 Kevin Nelson (true), 1980 vs Arizona State Season: 994 — Tyler Ebell (redshirt), 2002; 673 — DeShaun Foster (true), 1998

AVERAGE PER CARRY Game (Min. 100 Yards): 36.0 — Bill Bolden vs Cal,1969 (3 for 108) Season (Min. 40 Carries): 12.2 — Jackie Robinson,1939 (42 for 514) Season (Min. 100 Carries): 7.5 — Kermit Johnson,1973(150 for 1,129) Career (Min. 100 Carries): 6.7 — Kermit Johnson,1971-73 (370 for 2,495)

TOUCHDOWNS Game: 5 — Maurice Drew at Washington, 2004; *With 4 — DeShaun Foster vs Wash., 2001; Jermaine Lewis vs Houston, 1998; Skip Hicks vs Wash. St., 1997 ; vs Arizona, 1997; vs NE Louisiana, 1996; Karim Abdul-Jabbar vs Stanford, 1995; Gaston Green vs USC, 1986; Eric Ball vs Iowa, 1986 Rose Bowl; vs San Diego St., 1985; Freeman McNeil vs Stanford, 1980; vs Cal, 1979 Season: 22 — Skip Hicks, 1997 Career: 48 — Skip Hicks, 1993-94, 1996-97

LONGEST RUSH 93 yards — Chuck Cheshire vs Montana, 1934

YARDS GAINED

COMPLETIONS Game: 33 — Richard Brehaut, at Arizona State, 2010 Season: 318 — Brett Hundley, 2012 Season (Freshman): 318 — Brett Hundley, 2012 Two Seasons: 438 — Drew Olson, 2004-05 Career: 694 — Cade McNown, 1995-98

HIGHEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE Game (Min. 15 Attempts): 92.6% — Rick Neuheisel vs Washington, 1983 (25 of 27, NCAA Record) Season (Min. 75 Attempts): 69.3% — Rick Neuheisel, 1983 (185 of 267) Career (Min. 100 Completions): 68.0% — Rick Neuheisel, 1979-83 (198 of 291) Career (Min. 200 Completions): 64.8% — Troy Aikman, 1987-88 (406 of 627)

HIGHEST EFFICIENCY RATING

Game: 263 — J.J. Stokes vs USC, 1992 Season: 1,494 — Freddie Mitchell, 2000 Career: 3,020 — Danny Farmer, 1996-99 Career Games, at least 160 Receiving Yds.: 5 — J.J. Stokes, 1991-94

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES OVER 100 RECEIVING YARDS 4 — Freddie Mitchell, 2000; Kevin Jordan, 1994

AVERAGE PER GAME Season: 124.5 — Freddie Mitchell, 2000 Career: 82.1 — Freddie Mitchell, 1998-00

AVERAGE PER RECEPTION Season (Min. 9): 30.1 — Raymond Burks, 1973 (9 for 271 yds.) Career (Min. 50): 20.3 — Jim McElroy,1994-97 (96 for 1,945 yds.)

TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS Game: 4 — Jojo Townsell vs Long Beach State, 1982; J.J. Stokes vs Washington, 1993 Season: 17 — J.J. Stokes, 1993 Career: 28 — J.J. Stokes, 1991-94

PUNTING

Season: 168.6 — Cade McNown, 1997 Career: 152.9 — Troy Aikman, 1987-88

NUMBER OF PUNTS

Game: 5 — Steve Bukich vs Washington, 1974; Matt Stevens vs Oklahoma, 1986 Season: 20 — Kevin Craft, 2008 Fewest (Season: Min. 200 Att.): 4 — Wayne Cook, 1993 Career: 41 — Cade McNown, 1995-98

Game: 11 — Aaron Perez vs USC, 2007; Darren Schager vs Washington St., 1992; Bob Heydenfeldt vs Wisconsin, 1952; Bob Moore vs Stanford, 1950 and Purdue, 1950; Bob Waterfield vs California, 1944 and Santa Clara,1942 Season: 91 — Aaron Perez, 2007; Chris Kluwe, 2003 Career: 286 — Aaron Perez, 2005-2008

YARDS GAINED

AVERAGE PER PUNT

INTERCEPTIONS

Game: 513 — Cade McNown vs Miami, 1998 Season: 3,740 — Brett Hundley, 2012 Season (Freshman): 3,740 — Brett Hundley, 2012 Two Seasons: 6,586 — Cade McNown, 1997-98 Career: 10,708 — Cade McNown, 1995-98

YARDS PER GAME Season: 289.2 — Cade McNown, 1998 Season (Freshman): 267.1 Brett Hundley, 2012 Career: 233.2 — Tommy Maddox, 1990-91

GAMES PASSING FOR 350 YARDS OR MORE

Season (Min. 30): 49.3 — Kirk Wilson, 1956 (30 for 1,479 yds) Career (Min. 75): 44.57 — Kirk Wilson, 1956-58 (77 for 3,432 yds)

TOTAL YARDS Season: 3,908 — Chris Kluwe, 2003 (91 punts) Career: 12,220 — Aaron Perez, 2005-2008 (286 punts)

LONGEST PUNT 91 yards — Bob Waterfield vs March Air Force, 1944

INTERCEPTIONS NUMBER OF INTERCEPTIONS

Season: 3 — Cade McNown, 1998 Career: 6 — Cade McNown, 1995-98

Season: 6 — Cade McNown, 1998 Career: 11 — Cade McNown, 1995-98 Consecutive Games: 3 — Brett Hundley, 2012

Game: 3 — Sheldon Price vs Houston, 2012; Tevin McDonald vs California, 2011; Rahim Moore vs San Diego State, 2009; Darryl Henley vs Oregon State, 1986; Craig Rutledge vs Oregon State, 1986; Ron Carver vs Texas, 1971 Season: 11 — Carlton Gray, 1991 Career: 19 — Kenny Easley, 1977-80

TOUCHDOWN PASSES

YARDS GAINED

Game: 6 — Drew Olson vs Oregon State, 2005 Season: 34 — Drew Olson, 2005 Two Seasons: 54 — Drew Olson, 2004-05 Career: 68 — Cade McNown, 1995-98

Season: 235 — Bill Stits, 1952 Career: 357 — Alterraun Verner, 2006-09

GAMES PASSING FOR 300 YARDS OR MORE

MOST CONSECUTIVE PASSES COMPLETED

AVERAGE PER RETURN Season (Min. 2): 70.5 — Jerry Robinson, 1976 (2 for 141 yds) Career (Min. 6): 37.8 — Kenny Washington, 1937-39 (6 for 226 yds)

17 — Rick Neuheisel vs Washington, 1983

TOUCHDOWNS MOST CONSECUTIVE PASSES WITHOUT AN INTERCEPTION Overall: 199 — Drew Olson, 2005 (first quarter of game six vs. Washington State into first quarter vs. Northwestern); 198 — Cory Paus, 2000-2001 (last two games of 2000 into second quarter of seventh game of 2001) One Season: 199 — Drew Olson, 2005 (first quarter of game six vs Wash. St. through into first quarter vs Northwestern)

LONGEST PASS PLAY

Game: 2 — Brian Baggott vs Cal, 1978 Season: 2 — Akeem Ayers, 2009; Alterraun Verner, 2006; Spencer Havner, 2002; Blanchard Montgomery, 1982; Brian Baggott, 1978; Jerry Robinson, 1976; John Brown, 1958 Career: 4 — Alterraun Verner, 2006-09

LONGEST RETURN 100 yards — Jimmy Allen vs California, 1973; Alan Dial vs Oregon State, 1986; Dennis Price vs California, 1987

95 yards —Wayne Cook to J.J. Stokes vs Washington, 1993

PUNT RETURNS

LONGEST PASS (IN AIR)

NUMBER OF RETURNS

62 yards — Kenny Washington to Hal Hirshon vs USC, 1937

Game: 8 — Paul Guidry vs Washington State, 1993; Severn Reece vs Arizona, 1976; Tim McAteer vs Air Force, 1965; Gene Rowland vs USC, 1946 Season: 38 — Craig Bragg, 2003 Career: 95 — Terrence Austin, 2006-09

RECEIVING RECEPTIONS Game: 14 — J.J. Stokes vs Wisconsin, 1994 Rose Bowl Season: 82 — J.J. Stokes, 1993 (Reg. Season: 73 — Kevin Jordan, 1994) Career: 193 — Craig Bragg, 2001-04 True Freshman (Game): 7 — Devin Fuller, 2012 at Stanford Career Games with at least 10 Receptions: 3 — J.J. Stokes, 1991-93

RECEPTIONS BY RUNNING BACK Career: 67 — Chris Markey, 2004-07

RECEPTIONS BY A TIGHT END Game: 11 — Marcedes Lewis vs Arizona, 2005 Season: 58 — Marcedes Lewis, 2005 Career: 126 — Marcedes Lewis, 2002-05

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YARDS GAINED Game: 162 — Maurice Drew vs California, 2005; also 132 — Sam Brown vs Stanford, 1954 Season: 427 — Maurice Drew, 2005 Career: 961 — Craig Bragg, 2001-04

AVERAGE PUNT RETURN Season (Min. 10): 28.5 — Maurice Drew, 2005 (15 for 427 yards); also 26.2 — Sam Brown, 1954 (10 for 262 yards) Career (Min. 20): 23.1 — Maurice Drew, 2003-05 (24-559);also 19.5 — Sam Brown, 1953-55 (24 for 430 yards)

INDIVIDUAL SCHOOL RECORDS •

TOUCHDOWNS

TACKLES FOR LOSS

LONGEST FIELD GOAL

Season: 3 — Maurice Drew, 2005; Sam Brown, 1955 Career: 4 — Maurice Drew, 2003-05; Sam Brown, 1953-55

Season: 26.0 — Robert Thomas, 2001 Career: 45.5 — Carnell Lake, 1985-88

56 yards — Chris Sailer vs Oregon, 1997

LONGEST RETURN

SCORING

LONGEST FIELD GOAL BY FRESHMAN 96 yards — Craig Bragg vs USC, 2004

KICKOFF RETURNS NUMBER OF RETURNS Game: 8 — Josh Smith, at Arizona State, 2010 Season: 49 — Josh Smith, 2011 Career: 89 — Terrence Austin, 2006-09

YARDS GAINED Game: 206 — Terrence Austin vs Fresno State, 2008 Season: 1,132 — Josh Smith, 2011 Career: 2,145 — Terrence Austin, 2006-09

AVERAGE PER RETURN Season (Min. 6): 41.5 — Al Hoisch, 1946 (6 for 249 yds) Career (Min. 15): 29.0 — Matthew Slater, 2004-07 (34 for 986 yds)

TOUCHDOWNS Game: 2 — Brandon Breazell vs Northwestern, 2005 Season: 3 — Matthew Slater, 2007 Career: 3 — Matthew Slater, 2004-07

LONGEST RETURN

54 yards — Kai Forbath vs Oregon, 2007

LONGEST DROP KICK

POINTS SCORED Game: 30 — Maurice Drew vs Cal, 2005; at Wash., 2004 (5 TD); also 26 — Joe Fleming vs Redlands, 1926 (3TD, 2FG, 2PAT) Season: 156 — Skip Hicks, 1997 Season (Kicking): 117 — John Lee, 1984 Season True Freshman (Kicking): 104 — Ka'imi Fairbairn, 2012 Career: 390 — John Lee, 1982-85 Career (Non-Kicking): 324 — Skip Hicks, 1993-94, 1996-97

Game: 384 — Maurice Drew vs Washington, 2004 (322 rushing, 62 kickoff return) Season: 2,062 Johnathan Franklin, 2012 (1,734 rushing, 323 receiving, 5 kickoff return) Career: 4,925 Johnathan Franklin, 2009-12 (4,403 rushing, 517 receiving, 5 kickoff return)

DEFENSE

(1975 - Present)

TACKLES Game: 28 — Jerry Robinson vs Air Force, 1976 Season: 161 — Jerry Robinson, 1978 Career: 468 — Jerry Robinson, 1975-78

SACKS Game: 4.5 — Donnie Edwards vs SMU, 1994; Jamir Miller vs BYU, 1993 Season: 16.5 — Dave Ball, 2003 Career: 30.5 — Dave Ball, 2000-03

Game: 9 — Zenon Andrusyshyn vs Pittsburgh, 1968; Efren Herrera vs Utah, 1973; Justin Medlock vs Rice, 2005 Season: 60 — Efren Herrera, 1973 Career: 147 — Justin Medlock, 2003-06

Game: 5 — Maurice Drew vs Cal, 2005; at Washington, 2004 Season: 26 — Skip Hicks, 1997 Career: 55 — Skip Hicks, 1993-94, 1996-97

Game: 9 — Justin Medlock vs Rice, 2005; Efren Herrera vs Utah, 1973; vs Washington, 1973; Zenon Andrusyshyn vs Pittsburgh, 1968 Season: 64 — Efren Herrera, 1973 Career: 148 — Justin Medlock, 2003-06

MOST FIELD GOALS MADE

KICK POINTS SCORED

Game: 6 — John Lee vs San Diego State, 1984 Season: 32 — John Lee, 1984 Career: 85 — Kai Forbath, 2007-10; John Lee, 1982-85

MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 7 — Efren Herrera vs Washington, 1971 Season: 36 — John Lee, 1984 Career: 101 — Kai Forbath, 2007-10

HIGHEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE YARDS GAINED

POINTS AFTER TOUCHDOWN MADE

POINTS AFTER TOUCHDOWN ATTEMPTED

TOUCHDOWNS

103 yards — Al Hoisch vs Illinois, 1947 Rose Bowl

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS

27 yards — Mike Frankovich vs Utah, 1933

Game: 18 — John Lee vs San Diego State, 1984 (6 FG); Chris Sailer vs Washington, 1998 (5 FG, 3 PAT) Season: 117 — John Lee, 1984 Career: 390 — John Lee, 1982-85

CONSECUTIVE POINTS AFTER TD MADE 113 — Justin Medlock, 2003-06 (Last 34 of 2004, all 50 in 2005 and all 29 in 2006); 108 — John Lee, 1982-85 (Last 15 of 1982, all 33 of 1983, all 21 of 1984 and all 39 of 1985)

Game: 1.000 (6-of-6) — John Lee vs San Diego State, 1984 Season: .903 — Kai Forbath, 2009 (28-31) Career (Min. 40 Made): .850 — John Lee, 1982-85 (85 of 100)

CONSECUTIVE GAMES IN WHICH KICKED FIELD GOAL 15 — Peter Boermeester, 1978-79 (Last 10-1978, first 5-1979)

CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS MADE 22 — John Lee (last four in 1984, first 18 in 1985) One Season: 18 — John Lee, 1985; 15 — Chris Sailer, 1997 *Consecutive field goals made under 50 yards in length — Kai Forbath, 2009-10, 40 straight

MOST FIELD GOALS MADE 50+ YARDS Game: 2 — Kai Forbath vs BYU (LV Bowl), 2007; Justin Medlock vs Oregon, 2004 Season: 5 — Kai Forbath, 2007 Career: 10 — Kai Forbath, 2007-10

UCLA BOWL GAME RECORDS INDIVIDUAL

TEAM

Total Offensive Plays: 59 — Brett Hundley, 2012 Holiday Bowl v. Baylor Total Offensive Yards: 355 — Cade McNown, 1999 Rose Bowl v. Wisconsin Rushing Attempts: 33 — Gaston Green, 1986 Freedom Bowl v. BYU Net Rushing Yards: 266 — Gaston Green, 1986 Freedom Bowl v. BYU Longest Rush: 79 — Gaston Green, 1986 Freedom Bowl v. BYU Rushing Touchdowns: 4 — Eric Ball, 1986 Rose Bowl v. Iowa Passing Yards: 340 — Cade McNown, 1999 Rose Bowl v. Wisconsin Passes Attempted: 50 — Brett Hundley, 2012 Holiday Bowl v. Baylor Passes Completed: 28 — Wayne Cook, 1994 Rose Bowl v. Wisconsin Touchdown Passes: 4 — Rick Neuheisel, 1984 Rose Bowl v. Illinois Receptions: 14 — J.J. Stokes, 1994 Rose Bowl v. Wisconsin Receiving Yards: 180 — Freddie Mitchell, 2000 Sun Bowl v. Wisconsin Touchdown Receptions: 2 — Craig Bragg, 2004 Las Vegas Bowl v. Wyoming; Karl Dorrell, 1984 Rose Bowl v. Illinois; Wally Henry, 1976 Rose Bowl v. Ohio State Longest Pass Play: 78 — Patrick Cowan to Brandon Breazell, 2006 Emerald Bowl v. Florida St. Points: 24 — Eric Ball, 1986 Rose Bowl v. Iowa Touchdowns: 4 — Eric Ball, 1986 Rose Bowl v. Iowa Interceptions: 2 — Don Rogers, 1984 Rose Bowl v. Illinois; Bob Stiles, 1966 Rose Bowl v. Michigan State Punts: 9 — Chris Kluwe, 2003 Silicon Valley Classic v. Fresno State; Larry Cox, 1966 Rose Bowl v. Michigan State Punting Average: 47.8 — Kevin Buenafe, 1981 Bluebonnet Bowl v. Michigan Punt Returns: 5 — Lupe Sanchez, 1984 Rose Bowl v. Illinois Punt Return Yardage: 89 — Craig Bragg, 2002 Las Vegas Bowl v. New Mexico Longest Punt Return: 74 — Craig Bragg, 2002 Las Vegas Bowl v. New Mexico Kickoff Returns: 6 — Wally Henry, 1976 Liberty Bowl v. Alabama Kickoff Return Yardage: 178 — Al Hoisch, 1947 Rose Bowl v. Illinois Longest Kickoff Return: 103 — Al Hoisch, 1947 Rose Bowl v. Illinois All-Purpose Yards: 266 — Gaston Green, 1986 Freedom Bowl v. BYU

Overall Record: 14-17-1 Points: — 50, 2005 Sun Bowl v. Northwestern Most Points Allowed: — 51, 1995 Aloha Bowl v. Kansas Fewest Points Allowed: — 3, 1991 Hancock Bowl v. Illinois; 1989 Cotton Bowl v. Arkansas Total Offensive Plays: — 84, 1984 Rose Bowl v. Illinois Total Offensive Yards: — 538, 1999 Rose Bowl v. Wisconsin Rushing Attempts: — 55, 1989 Cotton Bowl v. Arkansas; 1986 Rose Bowl v. Iowa;1978 Fiesta Bowl v. Arkansas Net Yards Rushing: — 423, 1986 Freedom Bowl v. BYU Passing Yards: — 418, 1999 Rose Bowl v. Wisconsin Passes Attempted: — 50, 2012 Holiday Bowl v. Baylor Passes Completed: — 28, 1994 Rose Bowl v. Wisconsin Interceptions By: — 4, 1984 Rose Bowl v. Illinois First Downs: — 31, 1994 Rose Bowl v. Wisconsin Punts: — 11, 1966 Rose Bowl v. Michigan State Punting Average: — 47.8, 1981 Bluebonnet Bowl v. Michigan Penalties: — 14, 1981 Bluebonnet Bowl v. Michigan Penalty Yards: — 143, 1981 Bluebonnet Bowl v. Michigan Touchdowns: — 7, 2005 Sun Bowl v. Northwestern; 6, 1986 Rose Bowl v. Iowa; 1984 Rose Bowl v. Illinois

Field Goals: 3 — Kai Forbath, 2007 Las Vegas Bowl v. BYU; John Lee, 1985 Fiesta Bowl v. Miami

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MEDIA GUIDE

SINGLE SEASON TOTAL OFFENSE Most Plays: 1,095 — 2012 Fewest Plays: 458 — 1943 Most Yards: 6,531 — 2012 Fewest Yards: 1,290 — 1943 Highest Average Per Game: 487.3 — 1998 Lowest Average Per Game: 143.3 — 1943

RUSHING Most Carries: 746 — 1975 Fewest Carries: 343 — 1943 Most Yards Gained: 4,403 — 1973 Fewest Yards Gained: 759 — 1963 Highest Average Per Game: 400.3 — 1973 Lowest Average Per Game: 75.9 — 1963 Highest Average Per Carry: 6.4 — 1973 Lowest Average Per Carry: 2.0 — 1963 Most Touchdowns: 56 — 1973

TEAM SCHOOL RECORDS •

Fewest Touchdowns: 9 — 1943 Most Field Goals: 32 — 1984 Most Points After Touchdowns: 62 — 1998 Most Safeties: 3 — 1952

FIRST DOWNS Most Total First Downs: 331 — 2012 Fewest Total First Downs: 66 — 1943 Most First Downs Rushing: 214 — 1973 Fewest First Downs Rushing: 50 — 1963 Most First Downs Passing: 170 — 2012 Fewest First Downs Passing: 12 — 1943 Most First Downs Penalty: 31 — 2012 Fewest First Downs Penalty: 1 — 1954

Most Field Goals: 6 vs San Diego State, 1984 Most Points in One Half: 56 vs Colorado, 1980 Most Points in First Quarter (Since 1958): 28 vs Nebraska, 1988; Colorado, 1980; Washington State, 1976 Most Points in Second Quarter (Since 1958): 30 at Washington State, 2012; 28 vs Rice, 2005; Washington, 1997; Texas, 1997; Long Beach State, 1988; Colorado, 1980; California, 1978; Stanford, 1973 Most Points in Third Quarter (Since 1958): 28 vs Arizona State, 2000 Most Points in Fourth Quarter (Since 1958): 28 vs Stanford, 1973; Oregon State, 2007 Most Points Allowed: 103 vs Whittier, 1920

FIRST DOWNS

Most Penalties: 130 — 2012 Fewest Penalties: 32 — 1943 Most Yards Lost On Penalties: 1,281 — 2012 Fewest Yards Lost On Penalties: 237 — 1943

Most Total First Downs: 37 vs Washington State, 1991 Fewest Total First Downs: 1 vs USC, 1943 (second game) Most First Downs Rushing: 27 vs Stanford, 1973; vs Oregon, 1975 Most First Downs Passing: 20 vs Washington State, 1988 Most First Downs Penalty: 6, Arizona, 2012; 5, at Arizona St., 2010 vs Cal, 1970

PASSING

FUMBLES

SACKS

Most Attempts: 496 — 2012 Fewest Attempts: 82 — 1972 Most Completions: 318 — 2012 Fewest Completions: 26 — 1943 Highest Percent Completions: 69.0 — 1983 Lowest Percent Completions: 22.6 — 1943 Most Passes Had Intercepted: 24 — 1944 Most Yards Gained: 3,860 — 2012 Fewest Yards Gained: 425 — 1943 Highest Average Per Game: 304.8 — 1998 Lowest Average Per Game: 47.2 — 1943 Most Touchdowns: 34 — 2005 Fewest Touchdowns: 2 — 1961 and 1943

Most Fumbles: 45 — 1946 Fewest Fumbles: 9 — 1952 Most Fumbles Lost: 27 — 1946 Fewest Fumbles Lost: 2 — 1952

Most Sacks: 11 vs BYU, 1993

PENALTIES

GENERAL UCLA RECORDS

SINGLE GAME TOTAL OFFENSE Most Yards: 679 vs Arizona State, 1994 Fewest Yards: 41 vs Syracuse, 1964

RUSHING Most Yards: 621 vs Stanford, 1973 Fewest Yards: -37 vs Syracuse, 1962

PUNTING Most Punts: 93 — 2007 Fewest Punts: 33 — 1975 Most Yards: 3,908 — 2003 Fewest Yards: 1,259 — 1975 Highest Average: 44.6 — 2008

INTERCEPTIONS Most Interceptions: 34 — 1952 Most Yards Gained: 509 — 1952 Average Per Return: 23.0 — 1987

PASSING Most Attempts: 56 at Arizona State, 2010 Fewest Attempts: 1 vs Oregon, 1973; vs Oregon,1975 Most Completions: 33 at Arizona State, 2010 Fewest Completions: 0 vs vs Oregon State, 1978; vs Oregon, 1975; vs Oregon, 1973; vs USC, 1971; vs Pittsburgh, 1961; vs USC, 1946 Most Yards: 513 vs Miami, 1998 Fewest Yards: 0 vs Oregon State, 1978; vs Oregon, 1975; vs Oregon, 1973; vs USC, 1971; vs Pittsburgh, 1961; vs USC, 1946

Consecutive Wins: 20 — 1997-98 (Last 10 games in 1997, first 10 in 1998) Consecutive Losses: 13 — 1919-21 (Last three games in 1919, all five games in 1920 and 1921) Consecutive Games Without a Loss: 20 — 1997-98 (Last 10 games in 1997, first 10 in 1998) Consecutive Games Scored In: 245 — 1971-92 (NCAA record at the time, ended on 10/24/92 vs Arizona St.) Consecutive Shutouts: 3 — 1927, 1936, 1938 and 1960 Consecutive Games Shut out By Opponent: 3 — 1921, 1930 and 1931 Overtime Record: 7-1 — won vs Tennessee, 27-24 in 2008; won at Stanford, 30-27 in 2005; won at Washington State, 44-41 in 2005; won vs California, 23-20 in 2003; lost at California, 38-46 in three overtimes in 2000; won vs Washington, 23-20 in 1999; won vs Oregon, 41-38 in 1998; won vs USC, 48-41 in two overtimes in 1997

INTERCEPTIONS PUNT RETURNS Most Returns: 63 — 1946 Fewest Returns: 15 — 1964 Most Yards: 740 — 1946 Fewest Yards: 41 — 1989 Average Per Return: 25.0 — 2005

Most Thrown: 7 vs Stanford, 1937 Most Caught: 10 vs California, 1978 Most Yards Returned: 194 vs California, 1978

PUNTING Most: 16 vs USC, 1946 Fewest: 0 vs Oregon St., 1973; vs Michigan St.,1974; vs USC, 1975

KICKOFF RETURNS Most Returns: 63 — 2011 Fewest Returns: 16 — 1954 Most Yards: 1,317 — 2011 Fewest Yards: 289 — 1945 Average Per Return: 25.6 — 1980

SCORING Most Points: 482 — 2012 Fewest Points (Min. 9 Games): 59 — 1943 Most Touchdowns: 64 — 1973; 62 — 2012, 2005

PUNT RETURNS Most: 10 vs USC, 1946 Most Yards: 180 vs Stanford, 1954

KICKOFF RETURNS Most: 10 at Arizona State, 2010; vs Washington, 1970 Most Yards: 259 vs Illinois, 1947 Rose Bowl

SCORING Most Points: 72 vs Stanford, 1954 Most Touchdowns: 11 vs Stanford, 1954 Most Safeties: 2 vs Oregon State, 1952

TROY AIKMAN

BIG OFFENSIVE DAYS IN BRUIN HISTORY RUSHING

PASSING

TOTAL OFFENSE

621 — 1973 at Stanford* 566 — 1973 Washington 532 — 1972 at California 505 — 1972 Arizona 501 — 1945 Pacific 498 — 1954 at Oregon State 486 — 1976 at Arizona State 479 — 1975 at Oregon 455 — 1975 at Washington State 455 — 1973 California * UCLA 59, Stanford 13 — UCLA rushed 74 times for 621 yards, led by Kermit Johnson (11-168) and James McAlister (14-117-3 TD).

513 — 1998 at Miami* 510 — 2005 Arizona State 418 — 1999 Wisconsin (RB) 409 — 1990 USC 400 — 1997 Tennessee 399 — 1998 at Oregon State 399 — 1994 at Arizona State 399 — 1983 Brigham Young 397 — 1982 at California 395 — 1998 Oregon *UCLA 45, Miami 49 — Cade McNown completed 26-35 passes for five touchdowns. Danny Farmer caught six passes for 135 yards and two touchdowns. Brian Poli-Dixon caught four passes for 130 yards and two touchdowns.

679 — 1994 at Arizona State* 671 — 1973 Washington 670 — 1998 at Miami 662 — 1988 Long Beach State 660 — 2005 Arizona State 653 — 2012 Nebraska 651 — 1982 Stanford 650 — 1973 at Stanford 646 — 2012 at Rice 644 — 1991 at San Diego State *UCLA 59, ASU 23 — UCLA rushed for 280 yards and passed for 399 more. Wayne Cook completed 18-24 aerials for 380 yards and four touchdowns. Sharmon Shah ran 14 times for 180 yards and one touchdown. J.J. Stokes caught seven passes for 175 yards and two touchdowns. Kevin Jordan caught six passes for 164 yards and a touchdown.

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SINGLE SEASON TOTAL OFFENSE Most Plays: 1,040 — 2012 Fewest Plays: 482 — 1945 Most Yards: 5,840 — 2011 Fewest Yards: 1,708 — 1954 Most Yards Per Game: 468.15 — 2005 Fewest Yards Per Game: 190.0 —1954

RUSHING Most Plays: 594 — 1978 Fewest Plays: 314 — 1954 Most Yards: 2,793 — 2005 Fewest Yards: 659 — 1954 Lowest Average Per Game: 71.3 —1985 Highest Avg. Per Carry: 5.4 — 2005 Lowest Average Per Carry: 2.1 —1954, 1985 Most Touchdowns: 29 — 2005

PASSING Most Attempts: 503 — 2007 Fewest Attempts: 102 — 1943 Most Completions: 303 — 2012 Fewest Completions: 48 — 1943 Highest Completion Percent.: 63.3% — 2011 and 2012 Lowest Completion Percent.: 33.8% — 1946 Most Yards Gained: 3,508 — 2012 Fewest Yards Gained: 620 — 1944 Highest Average Per Game: 257.5 — 1998 Lowest Average Per Game: 68.6 — 1953 Most Touchdowns: 28 — 2011 Fewest Touchdowns: 3 — 1955, 1960, 1962

SCORING Most Points: 439 — 2011 Fewest Points: 40 — 1954 Most Touchdowns: 54 — 2011 Fewest Touchdowns: 6 — 1954 Most Field Goals: 20 — 1970

FIRST DOWNS Most Total First Downs: 312 — 2011 Fewest Total First Downs: 80 — 1943 Most Rushing First Downs: 150 — 1964 Fewest Rushing First Downs: 35 — 1954 Most Passing First Downs: 151 — 2011 Fewest Passing First Downs: 19 — 1944 Most Penalty First Downs: 44 — 2012 Fewest Penalty First Downs: 2 — 1950, 1954 and 1956

OPPONENT RECORDS •

PUNTING

RECEIVING

Most Punts: 101 — 1946, 2007 Fewest Punts: 28 — 1964 Highest Average: 45.7 — 2011 Lowest Average: 32.4 — 1957 and 1962

Most Receptions(Game): 15, Mark Templeton, Long Beach St., 1986 Most Receiving Yds In a Game: 278 by Troy Walters, Stanford, 1999

PUNTING Most: 14 by USC, 1946 Fewest: 1 by Ohio State, 1975 (first game); by Michigan State, 1965 (first game); by Stanford, 1959

PUNT RETURNS Most Returns: 46 — 1952 and 1956 Fewest Returns: 15 — 1979 Most Return Yards: 618 — 1943 Fewest Return Yards: 44 — 1980 Highest Average: 16.7 — 1943 Lowest Average: 1.8 — 1980

PUNT RETURNS Most: 11 by USC, 1946 Most Yards: 277 by Oklahoma, 2003 Longest Punt Return for Touchdown: 97 yards by Dwayne Owens, Oregon State, 1992 (dates to 1958)

KICKOFF RETURNS Most Returns (1951-present): 78 — 1987 Fewest Returns (1951-present): 12 — 1983 Most Yards (1951-present): 1,447 — 1987 Fewest Yards (1951-present): 286 — 1983 Highest Average: 29.8 — 2001 Lowest Average: 11.8 — 1974

KICKOFF RETURNS

SINGLE GAME

INTERCEPTIONS

TOTAL OFFENSE Most Yards: 753 by USC, 1929 (modern: 689 by Miami, 1998) Most Yards (Player): 448 by Brett Basanez, Northwestern, 2005 Fewest Yards: 42 by Arkansas, 1989 (Cotton Bowl)

RUSHING Most Yards: 723 by USC, 1929; (modern: 484 by Nebraska, 1994) Most Yards (Player): 299 by Edgerrin James, Miami, 1998 Longest Rush: 93 yards by Javid Best, Cal, 2009; 86 yards, Eddie Saenz, USC, 1943 Fewest Yards: -34 by Stanford, 1997

PASSING Most Attempts: 70 by Northwestern, 2005 Most Attempts (Player): 70 by Brett Basanez, Northwestern, 2005 Fewest Attempts: 2 by Cal, 1944 (first game); by Oregon St., 1993 Most Completions: 38 by Northwestern, 2005 Most Completions(Player): 38, Brett Basanez, Northwestern, 2005 Fewest Completions: 0 by Oregon State, 1994; by Oregon State, 1993; by Oregon State, 1991; by Air Force, 1964; by California, 1944 (first game); by St. Mary’s Pre-Flight, 1944; by California, 1944 (second game) Most Yards: 465 by Stanford, 1999 Most Yards (Player): 435 by Pat Barnes, California, 1996 Fewest Yards: 0 by Oregon State, 1994; by Oregon State, 1993; by Oregon State, 1991; by Air Force, 1964; by California, 1944 (first game); by St. Mary’s Pre-Flight, 1944; by California, 1944 (second game) Longest Pass Play: 98 yds, Joe Borchard to Troy Walters, Stanford, 1999

Most: 12 by Stanford, 1954 Most Yards: 217 by Stanford, 1973 Longest Kickoff Return for Touchdown: 100 yards by Tom Pace, Arizona State, 2001; Chris McAlister, Arizona, 1996; Ray Taroli, Oregon State, 1971; Bernard Jackson, Washington State, 1971 (dates to 1958)

Most Interceptions: 7 by Stanford, 1937 Longest Return for Touchdown: 100 yards by Troy Nolan, Arizona State, 2008

FIRST DOWNS Most: 35 by USC, 2005 Fewest: 2 by California, 1944 (second game)

SCORING Most Points: 103 vs Whittier, 1920 Most Points in Quarter(Since 1958): 30 by Washington, 1971

FIELD GOALS Longest: 59 by Jared Siegel, Oregon, 2002; 58 by Dave Lawson, Air Force, 1975; 56 by John Anderson, Washington, 1999; 56 by John Naber, Stanford, 1979; 55 by David Caylor, CSULB, 1984; 55 by Happy Feller, Texas, 1970

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MEMORABLE INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCES •

SINGLE-GAME 180-YARD RUSHERS Yds 322 301 274 266 261 248 227 227 224 220 220 217 217 216 214 210 208 207 203 197 195 194 194 193 192 190 189 187 187 186 183 182 182 180 180 180

Player Maurice Jones-Drew DeShaun Foster Theotis Brown Gaston Green Karim Abdul-Jabbar Freeman McNeil Chris Alexander Eric Ball Gaston Green Gaston Green Theotis Brown Johnathan Franklin Karim Abdul-Jabbar Johnathan Franklin Johnathan Franklin Kevin Williams Chris Markey Karim Abdul-Jabbar Tyler Ebell Freeman McNeil Kahlil Bell Johnathan Franklin Gaston Green Chris Markey Freeman McNeil Skip Hicks DeShaun Foster DeShaun Foster Karim Abdul-Jabbar Kevin Nelson Kermit Johnson Keith Brown Marv Kendricks Karim Abdul-Jabbar Karim Abdul-Jabbar Wendell Tyler

Year 2004 2001 1978 1986 1995 1980 1992 1985 1986 1987 1976 2012 1995 2010 2012 1991 2006 1995 2002 1979 2007 2012 1985 2007 1979 1997 2001 2000 1993 1980 1972 1999 1970 1995 1994 1975

Game Washington Washington Oregon BYU (Freedom Bowl) Stanford Stanford Oregon State Iowa (Rose Bowl) USC California Washington Nebraska California Washington State at Rice Oregon Rice Arizona State Oregon State Stanford Stanford at Stanford Tennessee Washington California Washington State Kansas Alabama Stanford Arizona State Arizona Arizona State USC Miami Arizona State Stanford

Carries 26 31 26 33 42 29 35 22 39 28 35 26 33 30 15 30 23 35 29 36 19 19 24 14 32 27 28 42 40 31 15 24 28 29 14 24

180

Bill Kilmer

1960

Utah

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SINGLE-GAME 145-YARD RECEIVERS S Class So. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Fr.R Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr.R Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So.R Jr.

M MOST 100-YARD GAMES R RECEIVING

No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9.

N No. 1 1. 2 2. 3 3.

12.

15.

18.

No. 20 19 17 15 13 12 11 9 9 9 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 6 6 6

5 5.

8 8. 9 9. 1 11.

Player Danny Farmer Freddie Mitchell Flipper Anderson J.J. Stokes Craig Bragg Kevin Jordan Jim McElroy Nelson Rosario Sean LaChapelle Brian Poli-Dixon Cormac Carney Mike Sherrard

Player J.J. Stokes Craig Bragg Danny Farmer J.J. Stokes Freddie Mitchell Freddie Mitchell J.J. Stokes J.J. Stokes Scott Miller Freddie Mitchell Kurt Altenberg Brian Poli-Dixon Kevin Jordan J.J. Stokes Danny Farmer Freddie Mitchell Sean LaChapelle Flipper Anderson Nelson Rosario Kevin Jordan Scott Miller Dave Nuttall Nelson Rosario Brian Poli-Dixon Freddie Mitchell Jim McElroy Shaquelle Evans Danny Farmer Sean LaChapelle Kevin Jordan Kevin Jordan Gene Gaines Tab Perry Homer Butler Rick Walker

Year 1992 2002 1999 1993 2000 2000 1993 1994 1990 2000 1963 2000 1994 1993 1998 2000 1992 1987 2009 1994 1990 1967 2011 2001 1999 1996 2012 1999 1991 1994 1994 1960 2002 1977 1975

Game USC Oregon Oregon Washington Stanford Wisconsin (Sun Bowl) Wisconsin (Rose Bowl) at Arizona State USC at California USC at Washington at Arizona State at San Diego State Oregon at Oregon Cal St. Fullerton at Oregon State at Oregon State Tennessee Arizona USC Arizona State Oregon Fresno State USC Oregon State at Arizona State at Oregon State Oregon State Stanford Purdue at Oregon State at Houston Oregon State

Recpt. 6 9 7 10 7 9 14 7 8 8 8 8 6 5 7 6 7 7 6 6 4 7 5 6 9 8 6 6 8 7 8 2 7 6 4

Class So. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr.

Sr.

MOST 100-YARD GAMES RUSHING Player Gaston Green Johnathan Franklin Freeman McNeil Karim Abdul-Jabbar, Skip Hicks DeShaun Foster Wendell Tyler Theotis Brown Maurice Jones-Drew Kevin Nelson Kermit Johnson Chris Markey Brian Brown James Owens Tyler Ebell Eric Ball Greg Jones Kevin Williams Bill Kilmer John Sciarra, Sr. James McAlister

Y Yds 2 263 2 230 1 196 1 190 1 185 1 180 1 176 1 175 1 175 1 167 1 166 1 165 1 164 1 164 1 161 1 158 1 154 1 154 1 152 1 152 1 152 1 152 1 151 1 149 1 149 1 149 1 148 1 148 1 148 1 147 1 146 1 146 1 145 1 145 1 145

No. 11 9 8 8 7 7 7 6 5 5 4 4

LONGEST TOUCHDOWN RETURNS (Since 1975) L Y Yards 1 101 1 100 1 100 1 100 1 100 1 100 9 99 9 99 9 98 9 98 9 96 9 95 9 95 9 93 9 91 8 89 8 89 8 89 8 87 8 85 8 85 8 81 8 81

Type Kickoff Kickoff Interception Interception Interception Kickoff Kickoff Kickoff Interception Interception Punt Kickoff Interception Kickoff Kickoff Kickoff Interception Punt Field Goal Kickoff Interception Punt Fumble

Name Greg Jones Matthew Slater Dennis Price Alan Dial Jimmy Allen Jojo Townsell Maurice Jones-Drew Mickey Cureton Abdul McCullough Phil Parslow Craig Bragg Lovell Houston Jerry Robinson Theotis Brown Maurice Jones-Drew Matthew Slater Alterraun Verner Darryl Henley Kermit Alexander Matthew Slater Ron Carver Maurice Jones-Drew Carl Jones

Opponent at Oregon State at Arizona California Oregon State (Portland) California at California at USC at Tennessee at Arizona State at Illinois USC at Stanford at Minnesota Stanford at Oklahoma Arizona State Arizona San Diego State at Stanford Washington at Tennessee California Stanford

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Year 1968 2007 1987 1986 1973 1980 2003 1968 1994 1958 2004 1999 1977 1978 2003 2007 2006 1988 1961 2007 1970 2005 1962

MEMORABLE INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCES •

300-YARD TOTAL OFFENSE GAMES Yds 515 501 445 414 404 400 396 395 391 390 390 382 379 368 364 363 358 356 355 353 352 351 351 342 341 340 339 334 333 332 329 326 326 324 322 322 322 322 322 319 319 316 315 314 314 311 309 309 308 306 306 304 302 302 301 301 301

Player, Year, Opponent Cade McNown, 1998 vs Miami Drew Olson, 2005 vs Arizona State Tommy Maddox, 1990 vs USC Cade McNown, 1998 vs Oregon State Brett Hundley, 2012 vs Oregon State Steve Bono, 1983 vs BYU Cade McNown, 1998 vs Oregon Wayne Cook, 1994 vs Arizona State Cory Paus, 2002 vs Oregon State Kevin Prince, 2009 vs Washington State John Sciarra, 1974 vs Tennessee Cade McNown, 1996 vs USC Cade McNown, 1996 vs Arizona State Troy Aikman, 1988 vs Washington State Cade McNown, 1997 vs Washington Cade McNown, 1997 vs Tennessee Brett Hundley, 2012 vs Nebraska Tommy Maddox, 1990 vs Oregon Cade McNown, 1999 vs Wisconsin John Barnes, 1992 vs USC Troy Aikman, 1988 vs California Richard Brehaut, 2011 at Houston Patrick Cowan, 2006 vs California Cade McNown, 1998 vs Texas Cory Paus, 2000 vs Oregon State Tom Ramsey, 1982 vs Stanford Richard Brehaut, 2010 at Arizona State Dennis Dummit, 1970 vs Texas Gary Beban, 1967 vs Washington Kevin Prince, 2009 vs California Tom Ramsey, 1982 vs California Drew Olson, 2005 vs Washington State Cade McNown, 1995 vs Arizona State Cory Paus, 1999 vs Oregon Ben Olson, 2006 vs Utah Maurice Drew, 2004 vs Washington Tommy Maddox, 1991 vs San Diego State Tom Ramsey, 1982 vs Arizona Dennis Dummit, 1970 vs California Brett Hundley, 2012 vs Baylor Tommy Maddox, 1990 vs Michigan Tom Ramsey, 1982 vs Wisconsin Tom Ramsey, 1982 vs Long Beach State Kevin Prince, 2009 vs Oregon State Troy Aikman, 1987 vs Arizona State Cade McNown, 1998 vs Houston Kevin Prince, 2011 vs Colorado Drew Olson, 2005 vs Oklahoma Drew Olson, 2004 vs Arizona State Paul Cameron, 1951 vs Santa Clara Bob Waterfield, 1942 vs Idaho Brett Hundley, 2012 vs Arizona Cory Paus, 2001 vs Oregon Troy Aikman, 1988 vs USC Drew Olson, 2005 vs Washington DeShaun Foster, 2001 vs Washington Cade McNown, 1995 vs Fresno State

BRUIN 300-YARD PASSERS Yds 513 510 409 400 399 395 395 385 380 378 377 372 363 356 353 345 340 340 339 338 335 332 332 329 329 328 328 325 325

Player, Year, Opponent Cade McNown, 1998 vs Miami Drew Olson, 2005 vs Arizona State Tommy Maddox, 1990 vs USC Cade McNown, 1997 vs Tennessee Steve Bono, 1983 vs BYU Cade McNown, 1998 vs Oregon Cade McNown, 1996 vs Arizona State John Barnes, 1992 vs USC Wayne Cook, 1994 vs Arizona State Cory Paus, 2002 vs Oregon State Cade McNown, 1998 vs Oregon State Brett Hundley, 2012 vs Oregon State Cory Paus, 2000 vs Oregon State Cade McNown, 1996 vs USC Tommy Maddox, 1990 vs Michigan Tom Ramsey, 1982 vs Arizona Cade McNown, 1999 vs Wisconsin Dennis Dummit, 1970 vs Texas Cade McNown, 1998 vs Texas Drew Olson, 2005 vs Washington State Rick Neuheisel, 1983 vs Arizona State Cory Paus, 1999 vs Oregon Tommy Maddox, 1990 vs Oregon Brett Hundley, 2012 vs Baylor Patrick Cowan, 2006 vs California Cory Paus, 2000 vs Stanford Troy Aikman, 1987 vs Arizona State Drew Olson, 2004 vs Arizona State Troy Aikman, 1988 vs Washington State

3 323 3 322 3 322 3 321 3 321 3 320 3 320 3 318 3 317 3 316 3 316 3 315 3 314 3 314 3 314 3 311 3 311 3 309 3 308 3 306 3 305 3 303 3 301

Kevin Prince, 2009 vs Oregon State Troy Aikman, 1988 vs California Tom Ramsey, 1982 vs California Richard Brehaut, 2010 at Arizona State Cory Paus, 2001 vs Oregon Brett Hundley, 2012 vs Houston Cade McNown, 1997 vs Washington Ben Olson, 2006 vs Utah Troy Aikman, 1988 vs USC Cory Paus, 2002 vs Oregon Dennis Dummit, 1970 vs California Cade McNown, 1998 vs Houston Kevin Prince, 2009 vs Washington State Drew Olson, 2005 vs Oklahoma Tom Ramsey, 1982 vs Stanford Kevin Prince, 2009 vs California Tom Ramsey, 1982 vs Michigan Cory Paus, 2000 vs California Bob Waterfield, 1942 vs Idaho Cade McNown, 1995 vs Fresno State Brett Hundley, 2012 vs Nebraska Tommy Maddox, 1991 vs San Diego State Gary Beban, 1967 vs USC

L LONGEST PLAYS FROM SCRIMMAGE RUSHING S Y Yds 9 93 9 92 9 92 9 91 9 91 8 88 8 88 8 87 8 83 8 83 8 83

Player, Year, Opponent Chuck Cheshire, 1934 vs Montana DeShaun Foster, 2001 vs Washington Skip Hicks, 1997 vs Washington State Gaston Green, 1987 vs Stanford Jim Decker, 1954 vs Oregon Brian Brown, 1990 vs Washington Bill Kilmer, 1960 vs Air Force Al Hoisch, 1946 vs Montana Maurice Drew, 2003 vs Arizona State Derek Ayers, 1993 vs BYU Jackie Robinson, 1939 vs Oregon

PASSING P Y Yds 9 95 9 93 9 92 9 91 9 90 8 88 8 85 8 83 8 82 8 81 8 80 7 79 7 79 7 79 7 78

Player, Year, Opponent J.J. Stokes from Wayne Cook, 1993 vs Washington Ransom Livesay from Mike Frankovich, 1932 vs Oregon Ron Copeland from Bill Bolden, 1967 vs Syracuse Joe Cowan from Drew Olson, 2005 vs Arizona State J.J. Stokes from John Barnes, 1992 vs USC Danny Farmer from Cade McNown, 1996 vs Tennessee Danny Farmer from Cory Paus, 1999 vs Arizona State Junior Taylor from Drew Olson, 2004 vs Oregon Raymond Burks from Mark Harmon,1973 vs Oregon St. Severn Reece from Rick Bashore, 1978 vs USC Freddie Mitchell from Cory Paus, 2000 vs Arizona State Freddie Mitchell from Cade McNown, 1998 vs Texas Jojo Townsell from Rick Bashore, 1979 vs USC Cal Rossi from Ernie Case, 1946 vs Oregon State Brandon Breazell from Patrick Cowan, 2006 vs Florida State

MOST PASS ATTEMPTS M A Att. 5 56 5 51 5 50 4 49 4 48 4 47 4 47 4 47

Player, Year, Opponent Richard Brehaut, 2010 at Arizona State Dennis Dummit, 1970 vs California Brett Hundley, 2012 vs Baylor Drew Olson, 2003 vs Oregon Troy Aikman, 1988 vs USC Brett Hundley, 2012 at California Cade McNown, 1996 vs USC Tommy Maddox, 1990 vs Michigan

MOST PASS COMPLETIONS M C Cmp 3 33 3 32 3 31 3 31 3 30 2 29 2 29 2 29 2 29

Player, Year, Opponent Richard Brehaut, 2010 at Arizona State Troy Aikman, 1988 vs USC Brett Hundley, 2012 at California Drew Olson, 2005 vs Washington State Drew Olson, 2004 vs Arizona State Drew Olson, 2005 vs Washington Drew Olson, 2003 vs Oregon Cade McNown, 1996 vs USC Tom Ramsey, 1982 vs Arizona

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10-CATCH RECEIVERS 1 R Rec 1 14 1 11 1 11 1 11 1 10 1 10 1 10 1 10 1 10 1 10

Player, Year, Opponent J.J. Stokes, 1994 Rose Bowl vs Wisconsin Marcedes Lewis, 2005 vs Arizona Sean LaChapelle, 1991 vs Arizona State Rick Wilkes, 1970 vs USC Craig Bragg, 2003 vs Oregon Craig Bragg, 2003 vs Oklahoma Freddie Mitchell, 2000 vs Michigan J.J. Stokes, 1993 vs Washington J.J. Stokes, 1992 vs Oregon Byron Nelson, 1963 vs Washington

B BRUIN 18-TACKLE DEFENDERS D T Tks 2 28 2 23 2 21 2 21 2 21 2 21 2 20 2 20 1 19 1 19 1 19 1 19 1 19 1 19 1 19 1 19 1 18 1 18 1 18 1 18 1 18 1 18 1 18 1 18 1 18

Player, Year, Opponent Jerry Robinson, 1976 vs Air Force Jerry Robinson, 1977 vs USC Eric Turner, 1989 vs Oregon Jerry Robinson, 1978 vs USC Jerry Robinson, 1977 vs Kansas Raymond Burks, 1976 vs USC Reggie Carter, 2008 vs BYU Jerry Robinson, 1978 vs Minnesota Dennis Keyes, 2007 vs USC Kyle Bosworth, 2007 vs Washington State Craig Davis, 1989 vs Arizona State Blanchard Montgomery, 1982 vs USC Jeff Muro, 1978 vs Arkansas (Fiesta Bowl) Jeff Muro, 1977 vs Stanford John Fowler, 1977 vs Stanford Steve Tetrick, 1977 vs Kansas Robert Thomas, 2001 vs Washington State Ken Norton, 1987 vs Arizona Don Rogers, 1983 vs BYU Jerry Robinson, 1978 vs Oregon Frank Stephens, 1977 vs California Jerry Robinson, 1977 vs Stanford Jerry Robinson, 1976 vs USC Jerry Robinson, 1976 vs Ohio State Jerry Robinson, 1976 vs Arizona

LONGEST FIELD GOALS L Y Yds 5 56 5 55 5 54 5 53 5 53 5 53 5 52 5 52 5 52 5 52 5 52 5 52 5 52 5 52 5 52 5 51 5 51 5 51 5 51 5 51 5 51 5 51 5 51 5 51 5 50 5 50 5 50 5 50 5 50 5 50

Player, Year, Opponent Chris Sailer, 1997 at Oregon Frank Corral, 1976 vs Oregon Kai Forbath, 2007 vs Oregon Kai Forbath, 2009 at Arizona Kai Forbath, 2008 at Arizona State Alfredo Velasco, 1988 at Oregon Kai Forbath, 2009 vs Oregon Kai Forbath, 2007 vs BYU (LV Bowl) Kai Forbath, 2007 at Utah Justin Medlock, 2004 at Oregon Justin Medlock, 2004 vs Oklahoma St. John Lee, 1983 vs Arizona State Frank Corral, 1977 at USC Zenon Andrusyshyn, 1969 vs Washington Zenon Andrusyshyn, 1967 vs Oregon State Jeff Locke, 2011 vs Texas Kai Forbath, 2010 vs Oregon State Kai Forbath, 2007 at Arizona Justin Medlock, 2006 at Washington Justin Medlock, 2006 vs Rice Justin Medlock, 2005 vs Oklahoma Nate Fikse, 2002 at Arizona John Lee, 1985 vs Miami (Fiesta Bowl) John Lee, 1984 at Colorado Kai Forbath, 2009 vs San Diego State Kai Forbath, 2007 vs BYU (LV Bowl) Justin Medlock, 2004 at Oregon Bjorn Merten, 1996 at Tennessee Alfredo Velasco, 1988 at Arizona John Lee, 1982 vs Stanford

TOP OPPONENT PERFORMANCES •

RUSHING Yds 299 288 261 260 260 247 246 227 219 219

Player Edgerrin James Jon Vaughn Vernand Morency Jerome Harrison Reggie Bush Jerome Harrison Ron Dayne Napoleon Kaufman LaMichael James Marcus Allen

Opponent Miami Michigan Oklahoma State Washington State USC Washington State Wisconsin (Rose Bowl) Washington Oregon USC

Year 1998 1990 2004 2005 2005 2004 1999 1994 2011 1981

Carries 39 32 29 34 24 42 27 34 25 40

PASSING Yds 435 429 423 419 416 415 408 405 391 387

Player Pat Barnes Cody Pickett Matt Barkley Todd Husak Brett Basanez Andrew Walter Steve Stenstrom Alex Brink Max Hall Tony Robinson

Opponent California Washington USC Stanford Northwestern Arizona State Stanford Washington State BYU Tennessee

Year 1996 2002 2011 1998 2005 2004 1994 2006 2007 1985

Comp 26 29 35 25 38 25 28 28 30 25

Opponent Stanford USC Washington USC San Diego State Stanford Stanford Long Beach State USC USC

Year 1999 1996 1965 2011 1990 1994 1998 1984 2003 1997

Rec 9 6 10 13 11 11 10 12 11 8

Opponent Long Beach State Stanford USC San Diego State Stanford USC California USC Stanford Long Beach State

Year 1986 1982 2011 1985 1968 2011 1996 1995 1985 1984

Yds 110 124 224 164 113 113 168 116 62 189

RECEIVING YARDS Yds 278 260 257 224 224 220 192 189 181 181

Player Troy Walters R. Jay Soward Dave Williams Marqise Lee Patrick Rowe Justin Armour Troy Walters Charles Lockett Mike Williams R. Jay Soward

RECEPTIONS No. 15 14 13 13 13 12 12 12 12 12

Player Mark Templeton Vince White Marqise Lee Webster Slaughter Gene Washington Robert Woods Bobby Shaw Keyshawn Johnson Brian Morris Charles Lockett

L LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN FOR TOUCHDOWN* T Y Yds 1 100 1 100 1 100 1 100 1 100 9 99 9 99 9 98 9 97

Player Kenjon Barner Tom Pace Chris McAlister Ray Taroli Bernard Jackson Jamal Miles Terry Battle DeRon Pointer Kenny Washington

Year 2009 2001 1996 1971 1971 2010 1996 1992 2003

Opponent Oregon Arizona State Arizona Oregon State Washington State Arizona State Arizona State Washington State Oregon

9 97

Mark Williams

1968

Washington State

LONGEST PUNT RETURN FOR TOUCHDOWN* L Y Yds 9 97 9 94 9 90 9 90 8 86 8 85 8 85

Player Dwayne Owens Jackie Wallace Luke Powell Floyd Little Terry Fair Jordan Poyer Kwante Hampton

Year 1992 1971 2003 1964 1996 2011 1986

Opponent Oregon State Arizona State Stanford Syracuse Tennessee Oregon State Long Beach State

8 84

Antonio Perkins

2003

Oklahoma

L LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURN FOR TOUCHDOWN* T Y Yds 1 100 9 93 9 92 9 92 9 91 8 89 8 86 8 86 8 82 8 81

Player Troy Nolan Lionel Thomas Thom Darden Ken Tureaud Reggie Myles Dwayne Patterson Tony Carter Jim Katsenes Frank Patitucci Matt Smith

Year 2008 1969 1971 1961 2000 1993 2006 1970 1962 1999

Opponent Arizona State Washington State Michigan Michigan Alabama Washington State Florida State Washington Stanford Oregon

**1958 - present

LONGEST RUNS Yds 93 92 86 84 81 80 80 79 76 74 74 73 73 73

Player Jahvid Best Taylor Martinez Eddie Saenz Byron Bailey Reggie Bush Jermaine Green J.R. Redmond Napoleon Kaufman Dick Raklovits Dante Hall Brad Muster Curtis McNeal Allen Bradford John Wesselman

Year 2009 2012 1943 1949 2004 2002 1999 1994 1950 1996 1986 2011 2010 1989

Opponent California Nebraska USC Washington State USC Washington State Arizona State Washington Illinois Texas A&M (Cotton Bowl) Stanford USC USC San Diego State

LONGEST PASS PLAYS Yds 98 92 81 80 80 79 78 78 78 78 78

Player Troy Walters from Joe Borchard Andrae Thurman from Nic Costa Tim Stallworth from Timm Rosenbach Geoff McArthur from Aaron Rodgers R. Jay Soward from John Fox Derek Hagan from Andrew Walter T.J. Simpson from Brock Osweiler Vincent Brown from Ryan Lindley Antonio Carter from Tyler Watts Chris Jackson from Ryan Leaf R. Jay Soward from Matt Koffler

Year 1999 2002 1988 2004 1997 2004 2010 2009 2001 1997 1996

Opponent Stanford Arizona Washington State California USC Arizona State Arizona State San Diego State Alabama Washington State USC

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Y E A R LY I N D I V I D U A L L E A D E R S •

RUSHING (Based on Yardage) Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1945 1944 1943 1942 1941 1940 1939 1938 1937 1936

Player Johnathan Franklin Johnathan Franklin Johnathan Franklin Johnathan Franklin Kahlil Bell Kahlil Bell Chris Markey Maurice Drew Maurice Drew Maurice Drew Tyler Ebell DeShaun Foster DeShaun Foster Keith Brown DeShaun Foster Skip Hicks Skip Hicks Karim Abdul-Jabbar Karim Abdul-Jabbar Skip Hicks Kevin Williams Kevin Williams Brian Brown Brian Brown Eric Ball Gaston Green Gaston Green Gaston Green Danny Andrews Kevin Nelson Danny Andrews Kevin Nelson Freeman McNeil Freeman McNeil Theotis Brown James Owens Theotis Brown Wendell Tyler Russel Charles Kermit Johnson Kermit Johnson Marv Kendricks Marv Kendricks Greg Jones Greg Jones Greg Jones Mel Farr Mel Farr Larry Zeno Jim Colletto Kermit Alexander Mike Haffner Bill Kilmer Ray Smith Ray Smith Chuck Kendall Barry Billington Sam Brown Jim Decker Paul Cameron Ted Narleski Paul Cameron Ted Narleski Cliff Schroeder Ernie Johnson Cal Rossi Gene Rowland Cal Rossi Johnny Roesch Johnny Roesch Al Solari George Phillips Jackie Robinson Kenny Washington Kenny Washington Kenny Washington Billy Bob Williams

G 14 14 12 13 10 8 13 12 11 13 13 8 11 8 11 12 11 11 11 9 7 11 11 11 10 10 11 8 10 11 12 10 9 10 12 11 12 12 11 11 11 9 11 10 10 9 10 11 10 9 10 11 10 10 na 9 10 11 9 10 8 9 9 9 9 9 11 5 6 9 11 10 11 11 11 11 10

Att 282 166 214 126 141 142 227 186 160 135 234 216 269 98 126 258 224 296 210 100 115 191 154 130 166 206 253 158 158 188 97 195 203 271 211 176 200 208 132 150 140 131 107 158 121 111 138 122 113 47 82 112 163 132 79 98 106 144 47 146 96 159 88 118 62 66 84 95 54 78 152 69 121 169 147 138 106

Yds 1,734 976 1,127 566 397 795 1,107 914 1,007 582 994 1,109 1,037 421 673 1,282 1,034 1,571 1,227 563 582 1,141 798 463 784 1,098 1,405 712 605 898 482 883 1,105 1,396 1,283 938 1,092 1,388 763 1,129 952 556 573 761 476 662 809 821 325 179 472 703 803 417 307 388 396 892 508 665 206 597 407 401 296 455 540 679 352 330 526 354 383 812 573 530 423

Avg 6.1 5.9 5.3 4.5 2.8 5.6 4.9 4.9 6.3 4.3 4.2 5.1 3.9 4.3 5.3 5.0 4.6 5.3 5.8 5.6 5.1 6.0 5.2 3.6 4.7 5.3 5.6 4.5 3.8 4.8 5.0 4.5 5.4 5.2 6.1 5.3 5.5 6.7 5.8 7.5 6.8 4.2 5.4 4.8 3.9 6.0 5.9 6.7 2.9 3.8 5.8 6.3 4.9 3.4 3.9 4.0 3.7 6.2 10.8 4.6 2.1 3.8 4.6 3.4 4.8 6.9 6.3 7.2 6.5 4.2 3.5 4.7 3.2 4.8 3.7 3.8 3.9

TOTAL OFFENSE (Based on Yardage) Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004

Player Brett Hundley Kevin Prince Richard Brehaut Kevin Prince Kevin Craft Ben Olson Patrick Cowan Drew Olson Drew Olson

Att 638 344 269 376 499 164 330 428 394

Yds 4,095 2,252 1,357 2,229 2,361 940 1,890 3,150 2,671

2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1945 1944 1943 1942 1941 1940 1939 1938 1937

Drew Olson Cory Paus Cory Paus Cory Paus Cory Paus Cade McNown Cade McNown Cade McNown Cade McNown Wayne Cook Wayne Cook John Barnes Tommy Maddox Tommy Maddox Bret Johnson Troy Aikman Troy Aikman Matt Stevens David Norrie Steve Bono Rick Neuheisel Tom Ramsey Tom Ramsey Freeman McNeil Freeman McNeil Theotis Brown Rick Bashore Jeff Dankworth John Sciarra John Sciarra Kermit Johnson Mark Harmon Marv Kendricks Dennis Dummit Dennis Dummit Jim Nader Gary Beban Gary Beban Gary Beban Larry Zeno Larry Zeno Larry Zeno Bob Smith Bill Kilmer Bill Kilmer Don Long Don Long Don Long Sam Brown Primo Villanueva Paul Cameron Paul Cameron Paul Cameron Ted Narleski Ernie Johnson Ray Nagel Ben Reiges Ernie Case Cal Rossi Bob Waterfield Johnny Roesch Bob Waterfield Bob Waterfield Jackie Robinson Kenny Washington Kenny Washington Kenny Washington

399 212 233 278 237 432 391 424 316 364 364 139 420 417 316 432 352 331 268 312 339 470 337 203 271 211 280 275 343 183 150 168 131 423 303 231 301 280 326 309 258 134 214 292 195 122 157 94 173 136 252 171 293 138 196 144 89 154 95 157 81 166 149 218 262 212 210

1,886 1,559 1,577 2,007 1,307 3,652 3,142 2,482 2,009 2,356 2,038 881 2,652 2,830 1,802 2,854 2,440 1,789 1,823 1,580 2,074 3,124 1,782 1,105 1,396 1,283 1,332 1,681 2,100 1,235 1,129 1,018 531 2,305 1,992 973 1,586 1,699 2,073 1,688 1,209 708 966 1,889 1,090 459 851 447 1,074 886 1,143 707 1,482 750 958 954 507 1,071 679 980 330 1,177 780 827 1,394 787 1,025

PASSING (Based on Completions) Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992

Player Brett Hundley Kevin Prince Richard Brehaut Kevin Prince Kevin Craft Patrick Cowan Ben Olson Patrick Cowan Drew Olson Drew Olson Drew Olson Cory Paus Cory Paus Cory Paus Cory Paus Cade McNown Cade McNown Cade McNown Cade McNown Wayne Cook Wayne Cook Rob Walker John Barnes

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Pct 66.5 56.2 56.1 56.2 55.6 53.3 48.3 52.5 64.0 57.5 53.2 59.2 52.1 55.6 48.2 58.0 60.6 52.4 49.8 59.3 55.6 54.6 52.1

Yds 3,740 1,828 1,296 2,050 2,341 696 1,040 1,782 3,198 2,565 2,067 1,647 1,740 2,154 1,336 3,470 3,116 2,424 1,698 2,501 2,067 791 957

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TD 29 12 6 8 7 4 7 11 34 20 10 10 8 17 7 25 24 12 7 15 18 3 5

1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1945 1944 1943 1942 1941 1940 1939 1938 1937

Tommy Maddox Tommy Maddox Bret Johnson Troy Aikman Troy Aikman Matt Stevens David Norrie Steve Bono Rick Neuheisel Tom Ramsey Tom Ramsey Tom Ramsey Rick Bashore Rick Bashore Rick Bashore Jeff Dankworth John Sciarra John Sciarra John Sciarra Mark Harmon Mike Flores Dennis Dummit Dennis Dummit Jim Nader Gary Beban Gary Beban Gary Beban Larry Zeno Larry Zeno Larry Zeno Carl Jones Bob Smith Bill Kilmer Bill Kilmer Don Long Don Long Doug Bradley Ronnie Knox Primo Villanueva Paul Cameron Paul Cameron Paul Cameron Ted Narleski Ernie Johnson Ray Nagel Ben Reiges Ernie Case Ernie Case Bob Waterfield Bob Andrews Bob Waterfield Bob Waterfield Jackie Robinson Kenny Washington Kenny Washington Kenny Washington

209-343 182-327 145-252 228-354 178-273 150-280 136-214 136-245 185-267 209-336 134-230 82-148 60-122 62-129 74-149 66-120 74-145 47-92 27-62 30-70 51-111 175-344 114-208 72-163 87-156 78-157 78-152 97-196 77-154 25-62 25-54 16-33 64-129 41-101 36-64 35-56 22-48 36-63 23-49 39-106 36-96 66-134 26-50 34-74 59-117 36-70 53-119 29-86 55-136 22-90 57-140 49-130 43-97 38-92 21-65 34-72

60.9 55.7 57.5 64.4 65.2 53.6 63.6 55.5 69.3 62.2 58.3 55.4 48.2 48.4 49.7 55.0 51.0 51.1 43.5 43.0 45.8 51.0 54.8 44.2 55.8 49.7 51.3 49.5 50.0 40.3 45.5 48.5 49.5 40.6 56.3 62.5 45.9 57.1 46.9 36.8 37.5 49.2 52.0 45.9 50.4 51.4 44.5 33.7 40.4 24.4 40.7 37.7 45.7 40.9 32.3 47.2

2,681 2,682 1,791 2,771 2,527 1,869 1,819 1,576 2,245 2,986 1,793 1,116 964 811 1,015 866 1,313 835 503 574 671 2,393 1,963 1,008 1,359 1,245 1,483 1,363 1,036 458 412 305 1,086 702 395 479 293 526 400 478 518 885 343 559 969 465 1,033 522 901 353 1,095 828 444 582 214 495

16 17 12 24 17 11 10 9 13 21 16 9 8 2 9 4 8 4 3 6 1 14 15 7 8 6 9 13 6 2 2 1 8 7 4 4 3 6 5 7 8 10 3 5 5 4 11 5 9 2 12 3 2 7 3 3

RECEIVING (Based on Receptions) Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979

Player Shaquelle Evans Nelson Rosario Taylor Embree Taylor Embree Terrence Austin Brandon Breazell Chris Markey Marcedes Lewis Craig Bragg Craig Bragg Craig Bragg Craig Bragg Freddie Mitchell Freddie Mitchell Danny Farmer Jim McElroy Danny Farmer Kevin Jordan Kevin Jordan J.J. Stokes J.J. Stokes Sean LaChapelle Reggie Moore Charles Arbuckle Mike Farr Willie Anderson Willie Anderson Karl Dorrell Mike Sherrard Mike Sherrard Cormac Carney Cormac Carney Cormac Carney Tim Wrightman

Rec 60 64 32 45 53 51 35 58 36 73 55 29 77 38 58 47 31 43 73 82 41 73 40 33 66 48 36 39 43 48 46 29 33 22

Yds 877 1,161 409 608 460 810 261 741 483 1,065 889 408 1,494 533 1,274 988 524 558 1,228 1,181 728 1,056 643 309 700 903 675 565 729 709 779 539 581 321

TD 3 5 0 2 1 4 0 10 4 5 8 2 9 0 9 10 4 3 7 17 7 11 3 1 0 6 4 1 4 2 2 5 1 2

Y E A R LY I N D I V I D U A L L E A D E R S •

Receiving Cont. 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1945 1944 1943 1942 1941 1940 1939 1938

Severn Reece Homer Butler Wally Henry Wally Henry Norm Andersen Norm Andersen Brad Lyman Terry Vernoy Rick Wilkes Gwen Cooper Ron Copeland Mike Garratt Dave Nuttall Harold Busby Kurt Altenberg Kurt Altenberg Mike Haffner Mel Profit Mel Profit Kermit Alexander Kermit Alexander Marv Luster Marv Luster Dick Wallen Dick Wallen Dick Wallen Chuck Holoway Pete O’Garro Rommie Loudd Bill Stits Ike Jones Ernie Stockert Ernie Stockert Bob Wilkinson Bill Clements Bill Clements Burr Baldwin Gene Rowland Johnny Roesch Dave Brown Milt Smith Milt Smith Milt Smith Woody Strode Woody Strode

15 25 22 17 27 19 13 21 43 38 21 21 37 29 32 31 31 28 12 12 14 17 22 19 20 23 10 10 13 9 25 30 20 27 16 13 18 8 12 16 19 15 19 15 7

340 584 370 287 480 315 211 281 595 734 372 243 612 474 599 428 515 393 229 178 297 250 366 211 303 308 184 66 157 208 270 360 236 556 332 300 374 226 254 302 310 340 328 218 73

1 4 3 2 3 3 3 1 2 9 3 3 5 4 3 6 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 3 3 2 3 1 4 6 5 4 4 10 1 4 3 3 2 1 3 0 2 na na

PUNTING Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970

Player Jeff Locke Jeff Locke Jeff Locke Jeff Locke Aaron Perez Aaron Perez Aaron Perez Aaron Perez Chris Kluwe Chris Kluwe Nate Fikse Nate Fikse Nate Fikse Nate Fikse Chris Sailer Chris Sailer Chris Sailer Chris Sailer Darren Schager Darren Schager Darren Schager Darren Schager Courtney Keyler Kirk Maggio Harold Barkate Harold Barkate Harold Barkate Ted Henderson Kevin Buenafe Kevin Buenafe Kevin Buenafe Kevin Buenafe Matt McFarland Matt McFarland Matt McFarland Frank Corral Frank Corral John Sullivan John Sullivan Mike Fryer Bruce Barnes Bruce Barnes Bruce Barnes

No 77 64 64 70 79 91 62 54 61 91 71 53 75 68 57 59 66 59 53 66 74 27 51 45 35 41 52 48 65 37 59 71 51 44 80 27 44 25 33 22 48 61 70

Yds 3,337 2,838 2,934 3,054 3,571 3,853 2,639 2,157 2,647 3,908 2,975 2,342 3,246 2,857 2,336 2,543 2,743 2,498 2,342 2,755 3,100 1,065 2,044 2,036 1,477 1,711 2,204 1,824 2,806 1,559 2,401 3,000 2,045 1,593 3,130 995 1,939 944 1,264 891 2,080 2,539 2,859

Avg 43.3 44.3 45.8 43.6 45.2 42.3 42.6 39.9 43.4 42.9 41.9 44.2 43.3 42.0 41.0 43.1 41.6 42.3 44.2 41.7 41.9 39.4 40.1 45.2 42.2 41.7 42.4 38.0 43.2 42.1 40.7 42.3 40.1 36.2 39.1 36.9 44.1 37.8 38.3 40.5 43.3 41.6 40.8

GARY BEBAN 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1945 1944 1943 1942 1941 1940 1939 1938 1937 1936 1935

Zenon Andrusyshyn Zenon Andrusyshyn Zenon Andrusyshyn Larry Cox Larry Cox Larry Cox Tom Bennett Tim Jackert Keith Jensen Bill Kilmer Bill Kilmer Kirk Wilson Kirk Wilson Kirk Wilson Ronnie Knox Bob Heydenfeldt Paul Cameron Bob Heydenfeldt Bob Moore Bob Moore Hal Braly Art Steffen Ben Reiges Ben Reiges Jack Porter Bob Waterfield Don Malmberg Bob Waterfield Bob Waterfield Noah Curti Izzy Cantor Bill Overlin Walt Schell Fred Funk Fred Funk

47 55 34 40 64 39 31 29 47 35 27 16 31 30 23 26 37 47 52 63 22 17 42 25 39 60 69 74 49 28 21 36 23 69 67

1,978 2,318 1,502 1,432 2,520 1,403 1,179 1,055 1,763 1,480 1,128 652 1,301 1,479 942 1,038 1,512 1,877 2,097 2,584 893 779 1,568 944 1,373 2,537 2,419 2,809 1,857 1,143 768 1,217 864 2,606 2,618

42.1 42.1 44.2 35.8 39.4 36.0 38.0 36.4 37.5 42.3 41.8 40.7 42.0 49.3 41.0 39.9 40.9 40.0 40.3 41.2 40.5 45.8 37.3 37.8 35.2 42.3 35.1 38.0 37.9 40.8 36.6 33.8 37.5 37.8 39.1

1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970

Pts 104 66 66 108 78 105 113 120 87 68 60 78 78 64 104 156 120 82 60 102 63

1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947

SCORING Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992

Player Ka'imi Fairbairn Derrick Coleman Kai Forbath Kai Forbath Kai Forbath Kai Forbath Justin Medlock Maurice Drew Justin Medlock Justin Medlock Tyler Ebell DeShaun Foster DeShaun Foster Chris Griffith Chris Sailer Skip Hicks Skip Hicks Karim Abdul-Jabbar Bjorn Merten J.J. Stokes Louis Perez

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1940 1939

Louis Perez Brad Daluiso Alfredo Velasco Alfredo Velasco Alfredo Velasco Gaston Green John Lee John Lee John Lee John Lee Norm Johnson Freeman McNeil Peter Boermeester Peter Boermeester Frank Corral Theotis Brown John Sciarra Brett White Kermit Johnson Efren Herrera Efren Herrera Randy Tyler Marv Kendricks Greg Jones Greg Jones Gary Beban Gary Beban Gary Beban Kurt Altenberg Byron Nelson Kermit Alexander Bob Smith Bill Kilmer Ray Smith Dick Wallen Don Long Don Long Kirk Wilson Sam Brown Bob Davenport Paul Cameron Pete Dailey Paul Cameron Ted Narleski Bob Wilkinson Bob Watson Johnny Roesch Bill Clements Ernie Johnson Cal Rossi Johnny Roesch Jack Boyd Ken Snelling Leo Cantor Clarence Mackey George Phillips Ken Snelling Jackie Robinson Kenny Washington

80 71 63 94 108 102 105 117 81 87 76 66 69 75 54 78 84 54 96 63 46 40 40 60 28 66 64 84 36 36 45 85 52 36 18 48 19 19 69 66 78 36 30 36 60 27 24 24 42 30 54 18 45 18 18 18 18 36 30

1938

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60

1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956

1946 1945 1944 1943 1942 1941

• 1919: FRED W. COZENS 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/30 11/7 11/14 11/21

L 0 L 6 L 12 W 7 W 7 L 0 L 7 L 13 52

at Manual Arts HS at Hollywood HS at Bakersfield HS Occidental Frosh Los Angeles JC USS Idaho Los Angeles JC at Occidental Frosh Season totals W—2, L—6, T—0

1927: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING

1934: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING

74 19 27 2 0 20 21 30 193

9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/28 11/5 11/12 11/19 11/26

9/22 9/22 9/29 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/12 11/24 11/29

41 21 27 32 103 224

1928: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING

1920: HARRY TROTTER 10/2 10/9 10/30 11/13 11/20

L 0 L 0 L 21 L 0 L 0 21

at Pomona Occidental at Redlands Caltech at Whittier Season totals W—0, L—5, T—0

1921: HARRY TROTTER 10/8 10/15 10/29 11/5 11/11

L L L L L

7 7 0 0 0 14

Redlands Pomona at Occidental Whittier at Caltech Season totals W—0, L—5, T—0

35 55 35 62 27 214

1922: HARRY TROTTER 10/7 10/14 10/21 11/4 11/18 11/25

W 24 W 34 L 7 T 6 L 6 L 6 83

at San Diego State at Redlands Occidental at Whittier at Pomona Caltech Season totals W—2, L—3, T—1

6 9 14 6 20 7 62

W 12 W 6 L 12 L 6 L 6 L 6 L 6 54

San Diego State Loyola Whittier Pomona Redlands at Occidental Caltech(Rose Bowl) Season totals W—2, L—5, T—0

0 0 14 27 12 20 59 132

T 0 L 13 L 0 L 7 L 7 T 0 T 13 L 0 40

Loyola La Verne at Whittier Occidental at Pomona at Redlands at San Diego State Caltech Season totals W—0, L—5, T—3

0 14 6 20 50 0 13 6 109

W W W L W L W L T

7 16 26 0 9 0 23 0 10 91

San Diego State La Verne Pomona Whittier at Occidental at St. Mary’s Redlands at Stanford at Caltech Season totals W—5, L—3, T—1

0 3 0 7 0 28 0 82 10 130

1926: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING 9/25 10/9 10/16 10/23 11/6 11/13 11/20 11/27

W W L W W W L L

25 42 6 27 24 26 3 0 153

Santa Barbara St. San Diego State at Whittier at Pomona Occidental at Redlands Caltech Iowa State Season totals W—5, L—3, T—0

19 Santa Barbara St. 7 Arizona 32 at Caltech 7 at Stanford 29 Pomona 6 at Idaho 0 at Washington St. 65 La Verne 6 Oregon 171 Season totals W—4, L—4, T—1 (9th in PCC)

0 7 0 45 0 20 38 0 26 136

9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/16 11/28

L W L W W L L W

0 USC 56 Fresno State 0 Stanford 31 at Caltech 20 Pomona 0 at Oregon 0 St. Mary’s 14 Montana 121 Season totals W—4, L—4, T—0 (6th in PCC)

76 6 57 0 0 27 24 0 190

9/27 10/11 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/8 11/21 11/29

L 0 USC W 21 Pomona L 6 St. Mary’s W 30 Caltech L 0 Stanford L 0 at Oregon L 0 Oregon State W 20 Idaho 77 Season totals W—3, L—5, T—0 (T-8th in PCC)

52 0 21 0 20 7 19 6 125

9/25 10/3 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/11 11/21 11/26

T 0 Occidental L 0 at Washington St. L 0 at Northwestern W 46 Pomona L 6 at Stanford W 12 St. Mary’s L 6 Oregon W 13 Florida 83 Season totals W—3, L—4, T—1 (9th in PCC)

0 13 19 0 12 0 13 0 57

9/23 9/30 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/11 11/19 11/24 12/3 12/17

W W W W W L W L L L

26 Calif. Aggies 6 Idaho 12 at Oregon 51 Caltech 13 Stanford 7 St. Mary’s 32 Montana 0 Washington State 0 Washington 2 at Florida 149 Season totals W—6, L—4, T—0 (3rd in PCC)

0 0 7 0 6 14 0 3 19 12 61

1933: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING 0 7 16 7 7 3 7 20 67

9/23 9/23 9/30 10/6 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18 11/25 11/30

W W L W W L T W L L W

34 Los Angeles JC 13 San Diego State 0 at Stanford 22 Utah 20 Loyola 0 Oregon 0 California 14 at San Diego Marines 0 at Washington 14 St. Mary’s 7 Washington State 123 Season totals W—6, L—4, T—1 (5th in PCC)

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W W L W L W L W W W

14 Pomona 20 San Diego State 3 at Oregon 16 Montana 0 at California 49 California Aggies 0 Stanford 6 St. Mary’s 25 Oregon State 13 Loyola 146 Season totals W—7, L—3, T—0 (6th in PCC)

1940: EDWIN C. HORRELL 0 0 26 0 3 0 27 0 7 6 69

1935: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING 9/28 10/5 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/15 11/23 12/7 12/14

1929: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING

1932: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING

1925: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/16 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21

W T W L W L L W L

1931: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING

1924: JAMES CLINE 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/11 11/15 11/22

33 Santa Barbara St. 0 7 Fresno State 0 25 Whittier 6 8 Occidental 0 32 Redlands 0 7 Pomona 7 13 at Caltech 0 13 at Arizona 16 6 Drake 25 144 Season totals 54 W—6, L—2, T—1 (Joined Pacific Coast Conf.)

9/22 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/10 11/17 11/29

W W W W W T W L L

1930: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING

1923: JAMES CLINE 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/12 11/17 11/24

Y E A R - B Y- Y E A R R E C O R D ( 1 9 1 9 - P r e s e n t ) •

W W W W L L W W W W

39 Utah State 20 at Oregon State 7 at Stanford 33 Oregon 2 California 0 SMU 19 Hawaii 14 Loyola 13 Idaho 13 at St. Mary’s 160 Season totals W—8, L—2, T—0 (T-1st in PCC)

9/27 10/4 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23 11/30

W W W L W W L W L T

21 Occidental 26 Pomona 30 Montana 0 Washington 17 at California 22 Oregon State 6 Stanford 7 at Oregon 7 Washington State 7 at USC 143 Season totals W—6, L—3, T—1 (5th in PCC)

9/26 10/4 10/10 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22 12/6 12/20

0 0 0 14 6 13 19 0 32 7 91

1942: EDWIN C. HORRELL 9/25 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/21 12/5 12/12 1/1

1937: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING 9/24 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/13 11/20 11/27 12/4

W L T L L L L W L

26 Oregon 7 at Stanford 7 at Oregon State 0 Washington State 14 California 0 at Washington 13 SMU 13 Missouri 13 USC 93 Season totals W—2, L—6, T—1 (8th in PCC)

13 12 7 3 27 26 26 0 19 133

1938: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING 9/23 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/24 12/10 12/26 1/2

W L W L W W W L L T W W

27 Iowa 12 at Oregon 13 Washington 7 at California 33 Idaho 6 Stanford 21 at Washington St. 7 Wisconsin (15) 7 at USC (14) 6 Oregon State 46 at Honolulu Town 32 at Hawaii 217 Season totals W—7, L—4, T—1 (4th in PCC)

3 14 0 20 0 0 0 14 42 6 0 7 106

W W T W W W T T W T

6 Texas Christian 14 at Washington 14 at Stanford 20 Montana 16 Oregon 20 (19)California 0 (11)Santa Clara (14) 13 (13)Oregon State 24 (13)Washington State 0 (9)at USC (3) 127 Season totals W—6, L—0, T—4 (2nd in PCC) Ranked 7th by AP

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2 7 14 6 6 7 0 13 7 0 62

W L W L W L L W L T W

7 Washington State 0 at Stanford 14 Montana 7 at Washington 14 Oregon (16) 7 California 0 at Oregon State 29 Camp Haan 13 Santa Clara 7 USC 30 at Florida 128 Season totals W—5, L—5, T—1 (T-5th in PCC)

6 33 7 14 7 27 19 0 31 7 27 178

L L W W W W L W W W L

6 Texas Christian 7 7 St. Mary’s Pre-Flight 18 30 Oregon State 7 21 at California 0 14 (14)Santa Clara (9) 6 20 (11)Stanford 7 7 (10)at Oregon 14 14 (18)Washington 10 40 (13)Idaho 13 14 (13)USC 7 0 (13)Georgia (Rose Bowl) 9 173 Season totals 98 W—7, L—4, T—0 (1st in PCC) Ranked 13th by AP

1943: EDWIN C. HORRELL 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20 11/27

L 0 USC L 7 College of Pacific L 7 at March Field L 0 California L 0 at San Diego Navy L 7 Del Monte Pre-Flight L 6 at California W 19 St. Mary’s L 13 at USC 59 Season totals W—1, L—8, T—0 (4th in PCC)

20 19 47 13 28 26 13 7 26 199

1944: EDWIN C. HORRELL 9/23 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/27 11/4 11/11 11/18 11/25

1939: EDWIN C. HORRELL 9/29 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/18 11/25 11/30 12/9

9 9 7 9 7 20 18 26 41 28 174

1941: EDWIN C. HORRELL 0 7 6 6 14 21 6 6 6 7 79

1936: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING 9/26 9/26 10/2 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/26

L 6 SMU L 6 Santa Clara L 0 Texas A&M L 7 at California L 0 Oregon State L 14 Stanford (6) L 0 at Oregon W 34 Washington State L 0 Washington (13) L 12 at USC 79 Season totals W—1, L—9, T—0 (8th in PCC)

T L L W L W L W W L

13 at USC 0 at California 12 at San Diego Navy 39 St. Mary’s 12 St. Mary’s Pre-Flight 26 Alameda Co. Guard 13 at March Field 7 California 54 College of Pacific 13 USC (8) 189 Season totals W—4, L—5, T—1 (3rd in PCC)

13 6 14 0 21 13 35 0 7 40 149

1945: BERT LaBRUCHERIE 9/21 9/29 10/5 10/13 10/19 10/26 11/17 11/24 12/1

L W W W L W W L L

6 USC 20 San Diego Navy 50 College of Pacific 13 California 6 St. Mary’s Pre-Flight 12 Oregon 13 St. Mary’s (5) 0 (12)at California 15 at USC (16) 135 Season totals W—5, L—4, T—0 (5th in PCC)

13 14 0 0 13 0 7 6 26 79

• 1946: BERT LaBRUCHERIE 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/1 11/9 11/16 11/23 11/30 1/1

W W W W W W W W W W L

50 Oregon State 39 at Washington 26 (5)Stanford (17) 13 (4)at California 33 (5)Santa Clara 46 (4)St. Mary’s 14 (4)at Oregon 61 (4)Montana 13 (4)USC (10) 18 (4)Nebraska 14 (4) Illinois (Rose Bowl) 327 Season totals W—10, L—1, T—0; (1st in PCC) Ranked 4th by AP

7 13 6 6 7 20 0 7 6 0 45 117

1947: BERT LaBRUCHERIE 9/26 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22

W L W W L L W W L

22 Iowa 26 at Northwestern 24 Oregon 39 (19)at Stanford 0 (16)SMU (12) 0 (19)California (14) 27 at Oregon State 34 Washington 0 (18)at USC (4) 172 Season totals W—5, L—4, T—0 (4th in PCC)

Y E A R - B Y- Y E A R R E C O R D ( 1 9 1 9 - P r e s e n t ) • 1953: RED SANDERS

1959: BILL BARNES

9/18 9/25 10/3 10/9 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/14 11/21 1/1

9/18 10/3 10/17 10/23 10/31 11/7 11/13 11/21 11/28 12/5

W L W L L L W L L L

48 Washington State 0 Northwestern 28 Idaho 6 at Washington 14 Stanford 0 Oregon State 27 at Nebraska 13 at California (5) 7 Oregon (15) 13 USC 156 Season totals W—3, L—7, T—0 (8th in PCC)

7 27 7 6 7 6 7 7 6 80

26 19 12 27 34 28 15 28 26 20 235

1949: RED SANDERS 9/16 9/24 9/30 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/12 11/19

W W W W L W L W L

35 Oregon State 41 at Iowa 35 at Oregon 14 (18)at Stanford 0 (13)Santa Clara 27 at Washington St. 21 (20)California 47 Washington 7 at USC 227 Season totals W—6, L—3, T—0 (2nd in PCC)

13 25 27 7 14 20 35 26 21 188

1950: RED SANDERS 9/23 9/30 10/7 10/13 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/25

W W L L W W W L W

28 Oregon 42 Washington State 20 (13)at Washington (10) 6 Illinois 21 Stanford (6) 20 (18) at Purdue 20 (19)Oregon State 0 (19)at California (6) 39 USC 196 Season totals W—6, L—3, T—0 (3rd in PCC)

0 0 21 14 7 6 13 35 0 96

1951: RED SANDERS 9/21 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 11/3 11/10 11/17 11/24

L L W L W W W T W

14 Texas A&M (6) 21 13 at Illinois (10) 27 44 Santa Clara 17 7 at Stanford (19) 21 41 Oregon 0 21 California (9) 7 7 at Oregon State 0 20 (18)Washington 20 21 (18)at USC (11) 7 188 Season totals 120 W—5, L—3, T—1 (2nd in PCC) Ranked 17th by AP, T-17 by UPI

1952: RED SANDERS 9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/22

W W W W W W W W L

41 19 12 13 20 44 20 22 13 20

(4)Oregon State 0 (4)Kansas 7 (5)at Oregon 0 (6)Wisconsin 0 (4)at Stanford 21 (12)Washington State 7 (10)California 7 (7)Washington 6 (5)at USC (9) 0 (5) Michigan State (8) 28 (Rose Bowl) 224 Season totals 76 W—8, L—2, T—0 (1st in PCC) Ranked 4th by UPI, 5th by AP

1954: RED SANDERS 9/18 9/25 10/1 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/20

1948: BERT LaBRUCHERIE 9/18 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/12 11/20

W W W W L W W W W L

13 (18) Oregon 6 14 (18)Texas Christian (9) 0 32 (14)at Washington 7 20 (11)Rice 0 24 (10)Stanford (13) 14 20 (8)at Wisconsin (10) 7 28 (7)at California (11) 7 57 (5)Oregon State 0 12 (3)USC (4) 14 220 Season totals 55 W—8, L—1, T—0 (2nd in PCC) / # 6th by AP, UPI

W W W W W W W W W

67 (8)San Diego NTC 32 (8)at Kansas 12 (4)Maryland (6) 21 (2)at Washington 72 (3)Stanford 61 (3)at Oregon State 27 (3)at California 41 (1)Oregon 34 (2) USC (7) 367 Season totals W—9, L—0, T—0 (1st in PCC) NATIONAL CHAMPIONS (UPI) Ranked 1st by UPI, 2nd by AP

0 7 7 20 0 0 6 0 0 40

W L W W W W W W W W L

21 (1)Texas A&M 0 (1)at Maryland (5) 55 (7)at Washington St. 38 (7)Oregon State 21 (9)at Stanford 33 (7) Iowa 47 (6)California 34 (5)at College of Pacific 19 (4)Washington 17 (5)at USC 14 (4)Michigan State (Rose Bowl) 299 Season totals W—9, L—2, T—0 (1st in PCC) Ranked 4th by AP, UPI

0 7 0 0 13 13 0 0 17 7 17 74

1956: RED SANDERS 9/21 9/29 10/5 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17 11/24

W L W W W L W W W L

13 (17)Utah 13 at Michigan (13) 6 Oregon 28 Washington State 34 at California 7 at Oregon State 14 Stanford (10) 13 (19)at Washington 13 Kansas 7 USC 148 Season totals W—7, L—3, T—0 (T-2nd in PCC)

7 42 0 0 20 21 13 9 0 10 122

1957: RED SANDERS 9/20 9/27 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23

W W L W W L W W W W

47 Air Force 16 Illinois 0 at Oregon 19 Washington 26 Oregon State (7) 6 (15)at Stanford 16 California 19 at Washington St. 21 at College of Pacific 20 at USC 190 Season totals W—8, L—2, T—0 (3rd in PCC) Ranked T-18th by UPI

0 6 21 0 7 20 14 13 0 9 90

1958: GEORGE DICKERSON 9/20 9/27 10/4

L 6 W 18 L 0

Pittsburgh (19) at Illinois at Oregon State

27 14 14

BILL BARNES, ACTING COACH 10/10 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22

L W L L L W T

14 Florida 21 20 at Washington 0 19 Stanford 21 20 Washington State 38 17 at California 20 7 Oregon 3 15 USC 15 136 Season totals 173 W—3, L—6, T—1 (6th in PCC) Joined Athletic Association of Western Universities

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0 Purdue (11) 21 at Pittsburgh 19 California 7 Air Force 7 Washington (17) 55 at Stanford 21 North Carolina State 10 at USC (4) 21 (20)Utah 8 (17)Syracuse (1) 169 Season totals W—5, L—4, T—1 (T-1st in AAWU)

1965: TOMMY PROTHRO 0 25 12 20 23 13 12 3 6 36 150

82

9/18 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20 12/4 1/1

1960: BILL BARNES 9/17 9/24 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19 11/26 12/3

W T L W W W W L W W

8 Pittsburgh (7) 27 (8)at Purdue 8 (15)at Washington (13) 26 (19)Stanford 7 North Carolina State 28 (15)at California 22 (11)Air Force 6 (11)USC 16 at Utah 27 Duke (10) 175 Season totals W—7, L—2, T—1 (3rd in AAWU)

7 27 10 8 0 0 0 17 9 6 84

1961: BILL BARNES

1955: RED SANDERS 9/16 9/24 10/1 10/7 10/15 10/21 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19 1/2

T L W L L W W W W L

9/23 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/10 11/18 11/25 1/1

W L L W W W W W L W L

19 at Air Force 6 6 (9)at Michigan 29 3 at Ohio State (8) 13 28 Vanderbilt 21 20 Pittsburgh 6 20 at Stanford 0 35 California 15 28 Texas Christian 7 13 Washington 17 10 at USC 7 3 Minnesota (Rose Bowl) 21 185 Season totals 142 W—7, L—4, T—0 (1st in AAWU) Ranked 16th by AP

1962: BILL BARNES 10/6 10/12 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17 11/24 12/1 12/8

W W L L W L L L W L

9 Ohio State (1) 35 Colorado State 6 at Pittsburgh 7 Stanford 26 at California 11 Air Force 0 at Washington 3 USC (1) 14 at Utah 7 Syracuse 118 Season totals W—4, L—6, T—0 (5th in AAWU)

7 7 8 17 16 17 30 14 11 12 139

1963: BILL BARNES 9/20 9/28 10/5 10/11 10/19 10/25 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/30

L L W L L L L L W L

0 Pittsburgh 14 at Penn State 10 at Stanford 7 Syracuse 12 at Notre Dame 12 Illinois (4) 0 California 21 at Air Force 14 Washington 6 at USC 96 Season totals W—2, L—8, T—0 (3rd in AAWU)

20 17 9 29 27 18 25 48 0 26 219

1964: BILL BARNES 9/12 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21

W W W L L L W L L L

17 at Pittsburgh 21 Penn State 27 Stanford 0 at Syracuse 0 at Notre Dame (4) 7 at Illinois 25 at California 15 Air Force 20 at Washington 13 USC 145 Season totals W—4, L—6, T—0 (4th in AAWU)

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12 14 20 39 24 26 21 24 22 34 236

L W W T W W W W W L W

3 24 24 14 56 10 28 30 20 34 14

at Michigan State 13 at Penn State 22 Syracuse 14 at Missouri 14 California 3 at Air Force Academy 0 (8)Washington 24 (7)at Stanford 13 (7)at USC (6) 16 (5)at Tennessee (7) 37 (5)Michigan State (1) 12 (Rose Bowl) 257 Season totals 168 W—8, L—2, T—1 (1st in AAWU) Ranked 4th by AP, 5th by UPI

1966: TOMMY PROTHRO 9/17 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19

W W W W W W W L W W

57 (4)Pittsburgh 31 (2)at Syracuse 24 (2)Missouri 27 (2)at Rice 49 (4)Penn State 28 (3)at California 38 (3)Air Force Academy 3 (3)at Washington 10 (8)Stanford 14 (8)USC (7) 281 Season totals W—9, L—1, T—0 (T-2nd in AAWU) Ranked 5th by AP, UPI

14 12 15 24 11 15 13 16 0 7 127

1967: TOMMY PROTHRO 9/16 9/23 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 11/4 11/11 11/18 11/25

W W W W W W T W L L

20 (8)Tennessee (9) 40 (6)at Pittsburgh 51 (4)at Washington State 17 (3)at Penn State 37 (4)California 21 (3)at Stanford 16 (2)Oregon State 48 (4)Washington 20 (1)at USC (4) 14 (4)Syracuse 284 Season totals W—7, L—2, T—1 (T-2nd in AAWU) Ranked 10th by UPI / Joined Pac-8 Conf.

16 8 23 15 14 16 16 0 21 32 161

1968: TOMMY PROTHRO 9/21 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23

W W L L L W L L L L

63 (16)Pittsburgh 7 31 (8)Washington State 21 7 (9)at Syracuse 20 6 Penn State (3) 21 15 at California 39 20 Stanford 17 18 at Tennessee (5) 42 21 at Oregon State (15) 45 0 at Washington 6 16 USC (1) 28 197 Season totals 246 W—3, L—7, T—0 (T-5th in Pacific-8)

1969: TOMMY PROTHRO 9/13 9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/15 11/22

W W W W W W T W W L

37 (17)Oregon State 0 42 (17)Pittsburgh 8 34 (14)at Wisconsin 23 36 (11)at Northwestern 0 46 (11)at Washington State 14 32 (8)California 0 20 (6)at Stanford (19) 20 57 (9)Washington 14 13 (7)at Oregon 10 12 (6)at USC (5) 14 329 Season totals 103 W—8, L—1, T—1 (T-2nd in Pacific-8) Ranked 10th by UPI, 13th by AP

1970: TOMMY PROTHRO 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/30 11/14 11/21 12/5

W W W L L W L W L W L

14 (18)at Oregon State 9 24 (16)at Pittsburgh 15 12 (15)Northwestern 7 17 (13)at Texas (2) 20 40 (15)Oregon 41 24 (19)at California 21 7 (16)Stanford (8) 9 54 (19)Washington State 9 20 (17)at Washington 61 45 USC 20 17 at Tennessee (5) 28 274 Season totals 240 W—6, L—5, T—0 (T-2nd in Pacific-8)

• 1971: PEPPER RODGERS 9/11 9/18 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/20

L L L L W W L L L T

25 (15) Pittsburgh 10 Texas (3) 0 at Michigan (4) 17 Oregon State 34 at Washington State 28 at Arizona 24 California 12 Washington 9 at Stanford (12) 7 at USC (15) 166 Season totals W—2, L—7, T—1 (8th in Pacific-8)

29 28 38 34 21 12 31 23 20 7 243

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1982: TERRY DONAHUE

1987: TERRY DONAHUE

9/12 9/17 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/25

9/11 9/18 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20 1/1

9/5 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21 12/25

1972: PEPPER RODGERS 9/9 9/16 9/23 9/29 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18

W W L W W W W W W L L

20 Nebraska (1) 38 (8)at Pittsburgh 9 (6)Michigan (12) 65 (15)Oregon 42 (14)Arizona 37 (14)at Oregon State 49 (11)at California 35 (9)Washington State 28 (8)Stanford 21 (8)at Washington 7 (14)USC (1) 351 Season totals W—8, L—3, T—0 (2nd in Pacific-8) Ranked 15th by AP, T-17 by UPI

17 28 26 20 31 7 13 20 23 30 24 239

1973: PEPPER RODGERS 9/8 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17 11/24

L W W W W W W W W W L

13 (10)at Nebraska (4) 55 (18)Iowa 34 (17)at Michigan State 66 (16)Utah 59 (15)at Stanford 24 (13)at Washington St. 61 (13) California 62 (10)Washington 27 (9)at Oregon 56 (8)Oregon State 13 (8)at USC (9) 470 Season totals W—9, L—2, T—0 (2nd in Pacific-8) Ranked 9th by UPI, 12th by AP

40 18 21 16 13 13 21 13 7 14 23 199

1974: DICK VERMEIL 9/7 9/21 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23

T L W W T W W L W W L

17 (12) at Tennessee (16) 17 10 (12)at Iowa 21 56 Michigan State 14 27 at Utah 14 13 Stanford 13 17 Washington State 13 28 at California (20) 3 9 (18)at Washington 31 21 Oregon 0 33 at Oregon State 14 9 USC (8) 34 240 Season totals 174 W—6, L—3, T—2 (Tied for 3rd in Pacific-8)

1975: DICK VERMEIL 9/13 9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/28 1/1

W W T L W W W L W W W W

37 34 20 20 31 37 28 13 50 31 25 23

(16) Iowa State 21 (12)Tennessee (10) 28 (10)at Air Force 20 (13) Ohio State (2) 41 at Stanford 21 (18)at Washington State 23 (19) California 14 (13) Washington 17 at Oregon 17 (19) Oregon State 9 (14) at USC 22 (11)Ohio State (1) 10 (Rose Bowl) 349 Season totals 243 W—9, L—2, T—1; Pct. .792 (T-1st in Pacific-8) Ranked 5th by AP, UPI

1976: TERRY DONAHUE 9/9 9/18 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20 12/20

W W W T W W W W W W L L

28 37 40 10 38 62 35 30 46 45 14 6

(17) at Arizona State (3) 10 (5) Arizona 9 (5) Air Force 7 (4) at Ohio State (8) 10 (5) Stanford 20 (4)Washington State 3 (4) at California 19 (3)at Washington 21 (3)Oregon 0 (2)at Oregon State 14 (2)USC (3) 24 (7)Alabama (16) 36 (Liberty Bowl) 391 Season totals 173 W—9, L—2, T—1 (2nd in Pacific-8) Ranked 15th by AP, UPI

L 13 (11) at Houston (14) 17 W †17 (14)Kansas 7 L 13 (18)at Minnesota 27 W †34 Iowa 16 L 28 at Stanford 32 W †27 at Washington State 16 W †21 California (15) 19 W †20 Washington 12 W††21 at Oregon 3 W††48 Oregon State 18 L 27 (17)at USC 29 269 Season totals 196 W—7, L—4, T—0 (T-2nd in Pacific-8) †indicates games later forfeited ††no contest Joined Pac-10 Conference

W W W W T W W W L W W W

41 51 31 34 24 42 47 40 7 38 20 24

(18)Long Beach State 10 (14)at Wisconsin 26 (12) at Michigan (20) 27 (9)at Colorado 6 (8)Arizona 24 (12)Washington State 17 (11)at California 31 (11)Oregon 12 (9) at Washington (10) 10 (12)Stanford 35 (11)USC (15) 19 (5) Michigan (19) 14 (Rose Bowl) 399 Season totals 231 W—10, L—1, T—1 (1st in Pacific-10) Ranked 5th by AP, UPI

1978: TERRY DONAHUE

1983: TERRY DONAHUE

9/9 9/16 9/23 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/27 11/4 11/11 11/18 12/25

9/3 9/17 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19 1/2

W W L W W W W W W L L T

10 13 24 17 27 45 45 24 23 13 10 10

(12) at Washington (11) 7 (9) at Tennessee 0 (8) at Kansas 28 (18)Minnesota 3 (16) Stanford (17) 26 (14)Washington State 31 (10)at California 0 (10)Arizona 14 (9)Oregon 21 (9)at Oregon State 15 (14)USC (5) 17 (15)Arkansas (8) 10 (Fiesta Bowl) 261 Season totals 172 W—8, L—3, T—1 (2nd in Pacific-10) Ranked 12th by UPI, 14th by AP

1979: TERRY DONAHUE 9/8 9/15 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/10 11/17 11/24

L W W L L L W L W W L

16 Houston (16) 31 Purdue (5) 37 (20)at Wisconsin 13 (17) Ohio State (14) 24 at Stanford 14 at Washington State 28 California 14 Washington (20) 31 Arizona State 35 at Oregon 14 at USC (4) 257 Season totals W—5, L—6, T—0 (7th in Pacific-10)

24 21 12 17 27 17 27 34 28 0 49 256

56 Colorado 14 23 at Purdue 14 35 (16) Wisconsin 0 17 (11) at Ohio State (2) 0 35 (5) Stanford (16) 21 32 (3)at California 9 17 (2)at Arizona 23 14 (8)Oregon 20 23 (17)at Arizona State 14 20 (18)USC (12) 17 34 (14)Oregon State (Tokyo) 3 306 Season totals 135 W—9, L—2, T—0 (2nd in Pacific-10) Ranked 13th by AP, 14th by UPI

W W W W W W L L W W W

1981: TERRY DONAHUE 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21 12/31

W W L W L T W W W W L L

35 31 7 27 23 17 34 28 31 34 21 14

(12) at Arizona 18 (9) at Wisconsin (20) 13 (6)at Iowa 20 (16) Colorado 7 (17) at Stanford 26 at Washington St.(18) 17 California 6 at Oregon 11 Washington (16) 0 (18) Arizona State (9) 24 (15)at USC (10) 22 (19)Michigan (16) 33 (Bluebonnet Bowl) 302 Season totals 197 W—7, L—4, T—1 (T-4th in Pacific-10) 1982 1st Year at home in Rose Bowl

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(20)at Georgia (15) 19 Arizona State 26 at Nebraska (1) 42 Brigham Young 37 at Stanford 21 at Washington State 14 California 16 Washington (11) 24 at Oregon 13 at Arizona 27 at USC 17 Illinois (4) 9 (Rose Bowl) 309 Season totals 265 W—7, L—4, T—1 (1st in Pacific-10) Ranked 13th by UPI, 17th by AP

1984: TERRY DONAHUE

1980: TERRY DONAHUE 9/13 9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22 11/30

L T L L W W W W W L W W

83

9/8 9/15 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17 1/1 (Fiesta

W 18 (4) at San Diego State 15 W 23 (7) Long Beach State 17 L 3 (8)Nebraska (1) 42 W 33 (17) at Colorado 16 L 21 (17)Stanford 23 W 27 Washington State 24 W 17 at California 14 W 21 at Arizona State 13 L 18 Oregon 20 W 26 Oregon State 17 W 29 USC (7) 10 W 39 (14)Miami (13) 37 Bowl) 275 Season totals 248 W—9, L—3, T—0 (T-3rd in Pacific-10) Ranked 9th by AP, 10th by UPI

1985: TERRY DONAHUE 9/7 9/14 9/21 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/9 11/16 11/23 1/1

W T W L W W W W W W L W

27 26 34 14 40 34 31 34 24 41 13 45

(20)at BYU (8) 24 (10)at Tennessee 26 (12)San Diego State 16 (13)at Washington 21 Arizona State 17 at Stanford 9 (18)at Washington State 30 (17)California 7 (14)at Arizona 19 (13)Oregon State 0 (8)at USC 17 (13) Iowa (4) 28 (Rose Bowl) 363 Season totals 214 W—9, L—2, T—1 (1st in Pacific-10) Ranked 6th by UPI, 7th by AP

1986: TERRY DONAHUE 9/6 9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22 12/30

L W W L W W W W L T W W

3 (4)at Oklahoma (1) 38 45 (19)at San Diego State 14 41 (16)Long Beach State 23 9 (15)Arizona State (16) 16 32 Arizona (11) 25 36 (19)at California 10 54 (17)Washington State 16 49 (15)at Oregon State 0 23 (12)Stanford 28 17 (19)at Washington (10) 17 45 (18)USC (10) 25 31 (15)BYU (Freedom Bowl) 10 385 Season totals 222 W—8, L—3, T—1 (T-2nd in Pacific-10) Ranked 14th by AP, UPI

MEDIA GUIDE

W L W W W W W W W W L W

47 (3)San Diego State 33 (3)at Nebraska (2) 17 (13)Fresno State 34 (13)Arizona 49 (11)at Stanford 41 (9)Oregon (16) 42 (8)California 31 (7)at Arizona State 52 (7) at Oregon State 47 (5)Washington 13 (5)at USC 20 (10)Florida (Aloha Bowl) 426 Season totals W—10, L—2, T—0 (T-1st in Pacific-10) Ranked 9th by AP, 11th by UPI

14 42 0 24 0 10 18 23 17 14 17 16 195

1988: TERRY DONAHUE 9/3 9/10 9/17 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19 1/2

W W W W W W W L W W L W

59 (5) San Diego State 6 41 (5) Nebraska (2) 28 56 (2) Long Beach State 3 24 (2)at Washington(16) 17 38 (2)Oregon State 21 38 (2)at California 21 24 (1)at Arizona 3 30 (1)Washington State 34 16 (6)at Oregon 6 27 (6)Stanford 17 22 (6)USC (2) 31 17 (9)Arkansas (8) Cotton Bowl 3 392 Season totals 190 W—10, L—2, T—0 (2nd in Pacific-10) Ranked 6th by AP, UPI

1989: TERRY DONAHUE 9/9 9/16 9/23 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18

L W L W W L L L L L T

6 (6)Tennessee 28 (20) at San Diego State 23 (24)Michigan (5) 24 California 33 (25)Arizona State 7 (22)at Arizona 17 at Oregon State 27 Washington 14 at Stanford 20 Oregon 10 at USC (8) 209 Season totals W—3, L—7, T—1 (9th in Pacific-10)

24 25 24 6 14 42 18 28 17 38 10 246

1990: TERRY DONAHUE 9/8 9/15 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17

L W L W L W L W L W L

14 (19) Oklahoma (23) 34 32 Stanford 31 15 at Michigan (7) 38 30 at Washington State 20 21 Arizona (25) 28 45 San Diego State 31 31 at California 38 26 Oregon State 17 24 at Oregon (22) 28 25 at Washington (2) 22 42 USC (19) 45 305 Season totals 332 W—5, L—6, T—0 (T-6th in Pacific-10)

1991: TERRY DONAHUE 9/7 9/14 9/26 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23 12/31

W L W L W W W W L W W W

27 (23)Brigham Young (25) 23 16 (21)at Tennessee (11) 30 37 at San Diego State 12 24 (24)California (18) 27 54 Arizona 14 44 at Oregon State 7 21 at Arizona State 16 44 (23)Washington State 3 10 (22)at Stanford 27 16 Oregon 7 24 (25)at USC 21 6 (22)Illinois (Hancock Bowl) 3 323 Season totals 190 W—9, L—3, T—0 (T-2nd in Pacific-10) Ranked 18th by USA Today, 19th by AP

1992: TERRY DONAHUE 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21

W W W L L L L L W W W

37 (16)Cal State Fullerton 17 (15)at Brigham Young 35 (11)San Diego State (21) 3 (11)at Arizona 7 (19)Stanford (11) 17 at Washington St. (22) 0 Arizona State 12 at California 26 Oregon State 9 at Oregon 38 USC (15) 201 Season totals W—6, L—5, T—0 (8th in Pacific-10)

14 10 7 23 19 30 20 48 14 6 37 228

Y E A R - B Y- Y E A R R E C O R D ( 1 9 1 9 - P r e s e n t ) •

1993: TERRY DONAHUE

1999: BOB TOLEDO

9/4 9/18 9/25 9/30 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20 1/1

9/4 9/11 9/18 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/13 11/20

L L W W W W W W W L W L

25 California 27 13 Nebraska (8) 14 28 at Stanford (17) 25 52 at San Diego State 13 68 (25)Brigham Young (19) 14 39 (22)Washington (12) 25 20 (19)at Oregon State 17 37 (15)Arizona (7) 17 40 (12)at Washington State 27 3 (10)Arizona State 9 27 (16)at USC (22) 21 16 (14)Wisconsin (9) Rose Bowl 21 368 Season totals 230 W—8, L—4, T—0 (T-1st in Pacific-10) Ranked 17th by USA Today, 18th by AP

1994: TERRY DONAHUE 9/3 9/10 9/17 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/12 11/19

W W L L L L L L W W W

25 (14)Tennessee (13) 23 17 (13)SMU 10 21 (13)at Nebraska (2) 49 0 (18)Washington St. (22) 21 10 at Washington (12) 37 7 at California 26 14 Oregon State 23 24 at Arizona (14) 34 31 Stanford 30 59 at Arizona State 23 31 USC (13) 19 239 Season totals 295 W—5, L—6, T—0 (T-5th in Pacific-10)

1995: TERRY DONAHUE 9/2 9/9 9/16 9/23 9/30 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18 12/25

W W L L W W W W L L W L

31 (15)Miami (12) 8 23 (12)at Brigham Young 9 31 (12)Oregon (20) 38 15 (16)at Washington State 24 45 Fresno State 21 17 Arizona 10 42 at Stanford (23) 28 33 (24)California 16 33 (22)at Arizona State 37 14 Washington (23) 38 24 at USC (11) 20 30 Kansas (11) Aloha Bowl 51 338 Season totals 300 W—7, L—5, T—0 (T-5th in Pacific-10)

1996: BOB TOLEDO 9/7 9/14 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23

L W L W L L W L W L W

20 at Tennessee (2) 44 Northeast Louisiana 9 at Michigan (6) 41 at Oregon 34 Arizona State (4) 21 at Washington (25) 38 at California 20 Stanford 38 Washington State 17 at Arizona 48 USC (2ot) 330 Season totals W—5, L—6, T—0 (4th in Pacific-10)

35 0 38 22 42 41 29 21 14 35 41 318

1997: BOB TOLEDO 8/30 9/6 9/13 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/15 11/22 1/1

L L W W W W W W W W W W

34 24 66 40 66 39 34 35 27 52 31 29

at Washington St. 37 Tennessee (3) 30 at Texas (11) 3 (24)Arizona 27 (22)Houston 10 (18)at Oregon 31 (17)Oregon State 10 (13)California 17 (12)at Stanford 7 (9)Washington (13) 28 (7)at USC 24 (5)Texas A&M (19) 23 (Cotton Bowl) 477 Season totals 247 W—10, L—2, T—0 (T-1st in Pacific-10) Ranked 5th by USA Today, 5th by AP

1998: BOB TOLEDO 9/12 9/19 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21 12/5 1/1

W L W L L W L L L W L

38 (17)Boise State 20 (13)at Ohio State (14) 35 (21)Fresno State 32 (18)at Stanford 27 at Arizona State 34 Oregon 0 California 7 at Oregon State 7 Arizona 23 Washington(23)(ot) 7 at USC 230 Season totals W—4, L—7, T—0 (9th in Pacific-10)

7 42 21 42 28 29 17 55 33 20 17 311

2000: BOB TOLEDO 9/2 9/9 9/16 9/23 9/30 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18 12/29

W W W L W L L W W L L L

35 Alabama (3) 24 24 (16)Fresno State 21 23 (14)Michigan (3) 20 10 (6)at Oregon 29 38 (15)Arizona State 31 38 (13)at California (3ot) 46 38 (23)Oregon State (19) 44 27 at Arizona (24) 24 37 Stanford 35 28 at Washington (7) 35 35 USC 38 20 Wisconsin (Sun Bowl) 21 353 Season totals 368 W—6, L—6, T—0 (T-5th in Pacific-10)

2001: BOB TOLEDO 9/1 9/8 9/22 9/29 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17 12/1

W W W W W W L L L L W

20 (15)at Alabama (25) 41 (14)at Kansas 13 (14)Ohio State (21) 38 (12)at Oregon State (19) 35 (7)Washington (10) 56 (4)California 28 (4)at Stanford (20) 14 (9)at Washington St.(16) 20 (17)Oregon (7) 0 (20)at USC 52 Arizona State 317 Season totals W—7 L—4, T—0 (6th in Pacific-10)

17 17 6 7 13 17 38 20 21 27 42 225

2002: BOB TOLEDO 9/7 W 30 Colorado State (19) 9/14 W 38 at Oklahoma State 9/21 L 17 (20)Colorado 9/28 W 43 at San Diego State 10/5 W 43 at Oregon State 10/12 L 30 Oregon (7) 10/19 L 12 at California 10/26 W 28 Stanford 11/2 W 34 at Washington 11/9 W 37 at Arizona 11/23 L 21 (25)USC (7) 12/7 L 27 Washington State (7) ED KEZIRIAN, INTERIM COACH 12/25 W 27 New Mexico (Las Vegas Bowl) 387 Season totals W—8, L—5, T—0 (T-4th in Pacific-10)

19 24 31 7 35 31 17 18 24 7 52 48 13 326

2003: KARL DORRELL 9/6 9/13 9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22 12/30

L W L W W W W W L L L L L

14 6 24 20 46 24 23 20 14 13 13 22 9

at Colorado (24) 16 Illinois 3 at Oklahoma (1) 59 San Diego State 10 Washington (18) 16 at Arizona 21 California (ot) 20 Arizona State 13 at Stanford 21 at Washington St.(12) 31 Oregon 31 at USC (2) 47 Fresno State 17 (Silicon Valley Football Classic) 248 Season totals 305 W—6, L—7, T—0 (T-5th in Pacific-10)

W W W W W W W W W W L L

49 (6)Texas (23) 31 42 (4)at Houston 24 49 (4)Washington State 17 52 (3)at Arizona (10) 28 41 (2)Oregon (11) (ot) 38 28 (2)at California 16 28 (2)Stanford 24 41 (3)at Oregon State 34 36 (3)at Washington 24 34 (3)USC 17 45 (3)at Miami 49 31 (6)Wisconsin (9) Rose Bowl 38 476 Season totals 340 W—10, L—2, T—0 (1st in Pacific-10) Ranked 8th by USA Today, 8th by AP

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2004: KARL DORRELL

2009: RICK NEUHEISEL

9/4 9/11 9/18 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 12/4 12/23

9/5 9/12 9/19 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21 11/28 12/29

L W W W W L L W L W L L

20 Oklahoma State 31 35 at Illinois 17 37 at Washington 31 33 San Diego State 10 37 Arizona 17 28 at California (8) 45 42 at Arizona State (21) 48 21 Stanford 0 29 Washington State 31 34 at Oregon 26 24 USC (1) 29 21 Wyoming (Las Vegas Bowl) 24 361 Season totals 309 W—6, L—6, T—0 (T-5th in Pacific-10)

2005: KARL DORRELL 9/3 9/10 9/17 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 12/3 12/30

W W W W W W W W L W L W

44 at San Diego State 21 63 Rice 21 41 Oklahoma (21) 24 21 (20)Washington 17 47 (20)California (10) 40 44 (12)at Wash. State(ot) 41 51 (8)Oregon State 28 30 (8)at Stanford (ot) 27 14 (7)at Arizona 52 45 (14)Arizona State 35 19 (11)at USC (1) 66 50 (17)Northwestern (Sun Bowl) 38 469 Season totals 410 W—10, L—2, T—0 (3rd in Pacific-10) Ranked 13th by USA Today, 16th by AP

W W W L L L L L W W W L W

33 San Diego State 14 19 at Tennessee 15 23 Kansas State 9 16 at Stanford 24 10 Oregon (13) 24 26 California 45 13 at Arizona 27 19 at Oregon State 26 24 Washington 23 43 at Washington State 7 23 Arizona State 13 7 at USC (24) 28 30 Temple (Eagle Bank Bowl) 21 286 Season totals 276 W—7, L—6, T—0 (8th in Pacific-10)

2010: RICK NEUHEISEL 9/4 9/11 9/18 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/21 10/30 11/6 11/18 11/26 12/4

L 22 at Kansas State L 0 Stanford (25) W 31 Houston (23) W 34 at Texas (7) W 42 Washington State L 7 at California L 13 at Oregon (1) L 21 Arizona (15) W 17 Oregon State L 7 at Washington L 34 at Arizona State L 14 USC 242 Season totals W—4, L—8, T—0 (9th in Pacific-10) Became Pac-12 Conference

2006: KARL DORRELL

2011: RICK NEUHEISEL

9/2 9/9 9/23 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18 12/2 12/27

9/3 9/10 9/17 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/20 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19 11/26 12/2 12/31

W W L W W L L L L W W W L

31 Utah 10 26 Rice 16 19 at Washington 29 31 Stanford 0 27 Arizona 7 20 at Oregon (18) 30 17 at Notre Dame (10) 20 15 Washington St. 37 24 at California (10) 38 25 Oregon State 7 24 at Arizona State 12 13 USC (2) 9 27 Florida State (Emerald Bowl) 44 299 Season totals 259 W—7, L—6, T—0 (4th in Pacific-10)

2007: KARL DORRELL 9/1 W 45 (14)at Stanford 17 9/8 W 27 (13)Brigham Young 17 9/15 L 6 (11)at Utah 44 9/22 W 44 Washington 31 9/29 W 40 at Oregon State 14 10/6 L 6 Notre Dame 20 10/20 W 30 California (10) 21 10/27 L 7 at Washington State 27 11/3 L 27 at Arizona 34 11/10 L 20 Arizona State (9) 24 11/24 W 16 Oregon (9) 0 12/1 L 7 at USC (8) 24 DeWAYNE WALKER, INTERIM COACH 12/22 L 16 BYU (19) Las Vegas Bowl 17 291 Season totals 290 W—6, L—7, T—0 (T-4th in Pacific-10)

2008: RICK NEUHEISEL 9/1 9/13 9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/8 11/15 11/28 12/6

W L L L W L W L L W L L

27 Tennessee (ot) (18) 0 at Brigham Young (18) 10 Arizona 31 Fresno State (25) 28 Washington State 24 at Oregon 23 Stanford 20 at California 6 Oregon State 27 at Washington 9 at Arizona State 7 USC (5) 212 Season totals W—4, L—8, T—0 (8th in Pacific-10)

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31 35 13 12 28 35 60 29 14 24 55 28 364

L W L W L W L W W L W L L L

34 at Houston 38 27 San Jose State 17 20 Texas (24) 49 27 at Oregon State 19 19 at Stanford (6) 45 28 Washington State 25 12 at Arizona 48 31 California 14 29 Arizona State (20) 28 6 at Utah 31 45 Colorado 6 0 at USC (10) 50 31 at Oregon (8)* 49 14 Illinois (Fight Hunger Bowl) 20 323 Season totals 439 W—6, L—8, T—0; Pct. .429 Pac-12 South Champion *Pac-12 Championship Game

2012: JIM MORA 8/30 9/8 9/15 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17 11/24 11/30 12/27

W W W L W L W W W W W L L L

49 at Rice 36 Nebraska (17) 37 (22)Houston 20 (19)Oregon State 42 at Colorado 17 (25)at California 21 Utah 45 at Arizona State 66 (25)Arizona (24) 44 (17)at Washington State 38 (17)USC (21) 17 (15)Stanford (11) 24 (17)at Stanford(8)* 26 (17)Baylor (Holiday Bowl) 482 Season totals W—9, L—5 T—0; Pct. .643 Pac-12 South Champion *Pac-12 Championship Game

24 30 6 27 14 43 14 43 10 36 28 35 27 49 386

(Number following UCLA score and opponent name is AP ranking unless noted)

ALL-TIME COACHING HISTORY (1919-Present) •

FRED W. COZENS 1919

Wayne Banning

HARRY TROTTER 1920 1921 1922

Burnett Haralson Eddie Rossell Loran Peak Totals

1923 1924

Walter Westcott Cecil Hollingsworth Totals

JAMES CLINE

WILLIAM H. SPAULDING 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938

Earle Gardner Charles Hastings Scribner Birlenbach Joe Fleming Carl Brown Edward Solomon Norman Duncan Homer Oliver Lee Coats Ransom Livesay Robert McChesney George Dickerson Lee Frankovich George Pfeiffer, Hal Hirshon Totals

1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944

John Frawley, Dale Gilmore Don MacPherson, Ned Mathews Dave Gaston, Ted Forbes Charles Fears Don Paul Don Paul, Bob Waterfield Totals

1945 1946 1947 1948

Ernie Case Ernie Case, Burr Baldwin Don Paul, Tom Fears Art Steffen and Phil Tinsley Totals

EDWIN C. HORRELL

BERT LaBRUCHERIE

HENRY R. SANDERS 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957

Leon McLaughlin (Alternate, Ernie Johnson) Bob Watson (Alt., Bruce MacLachian) Hal Mitchell (Alt., Julie Weisstein) Ed Flynn (Alt., Donn Moomaw) Chuck Doud, Rudy Feldman John Peterson (Alt., Jack Ellena) Hardiman Cureton (Alt., Gil Moreno) Don Birren (Alt., Jim Matheny) Jim Dawson (Alt., Joe Harper) Totals

GEORGE DICKERSON 1958

Jim Steffen (Alt., Jim Dawson, Don Long)

WILLIAM F. BARNES 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964

(Barnes coached last 7 games) Ray Smith (Alt., Rod Cochron) Harry Baldwin (Alt., Jack Metcalf) Ron Hull (Alt., Almose Thompson) Andy Von Sonn (Alt., Phil Oram) Walt Dathe (Alt., John Walker) Kent Francisco (Alt., Prentice O’Leary) Totals

TOMMY PROTHRO 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970

Jim Colletto, Barry Leventhal Rich Deakers, Dallas Grider Larry Slagle, Vic Lepisto Game Captains Only Mike Ballou, Mike Garratt, Floyd Reese Dennis Dummit, Tim Oesterling Totals

1971 1972 1973

Dave Dalby and Greg Snyder Bruce Walton and Allan Ellis Kermit Johnson, Jimmie Jones, Fred McNeill Totals

1974 1975

Art Keuhn, Gene Settles, Jeff Smith Cliff Frazier, John Sciarra, Jeff Smith Totals

PEPPER RODGERS

DICK VERMEIL

W 2

L 6

T 0

PF 52

PA 193

Pct .250

W 0 0 2 2

L 5 5 3 13

T 0 0 1 1

PF 21 14 83 118

PA 224 214 62 500

Pct .000 .000 .417 .156

W 2 0 2

L 5 5 10

T 0 3 3

PF 54 40 94

PA 132 109 241

Pct .286 .188 .233

W 5 5 6 4 4 3 3 6 6 7 8 6 2 7 72

L 3 3 2 4 4 5 4 4 4 3 2 3 6 4 51

T 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 8

PF PA 91 130 153 67 144 54 171 136 121 190 77 125 83 57 149 61 124 62 146 69 160 79 143 91 93 133 217 106 1,872 1,360

W 6 1 5 7 1 4 24

L 0 9 5 4 8 5 31

T 4 0 1 0 0 1 6

PF 127 79 128 175 59 189 755

PA 62 174 178 98 199 149 860

Pct .800 .100 .500 .636 .111 .450 .443

W 5 10 5 3 23

L 4 1 4 7 16

T 0 0 0 0 0

PF 135 327 172 156 790

PA 79 117 80 235 511

Pct .565 .909 .555 .300 .590

W 6 6 5 8 8 9 9 7 8 66

L 3 3 3 1 2 0 2 3 2 19

T 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

PF 227 196 188 220 224 367 299 148 190 2,059

PA 188 96 120 55 76 40 74 122 90 861

Pct .667 .667 .611 .889 .800 1.000 .818 .700 .800 .773

W 1

L 2

T 0

PF 24

PA 55

Pct .333

W 2 5 7 7 4 2 4 31

L 4 4 2 4 6 8 6 34

T 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 3

PF PA 112 118 169 150 175 84 185 142 118 139 96 219 145 236 1,000 1,088

Pct .350 .550 .750 .636 .400 .200 .400 .463

W 8 9 7 3 8 6 41

L 2 1 2 7 1 5 18

T 1 0 1 0 1 0 3

PF PA 257 168 281 127 284 161 197 246 329 103 274 240 1,622 1,045

Pct .773 .900 .750 .300 .850 .545 .686

W 2 8 9 19

L 7 3 2 12

T 1 0 0 1

PF 166 351 470 987

PA 243 239 199 681

Pct .250 .727 .818 .609

W 6 9 15

L 3 2 5

T 2 1 3

PF 240 349 589

PA 174 243 417

Pct .636 .792 .717

TERRY DONAHUE 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986

Pct .611 .625 .722 .500 .500 .375 .438 .600 .591 .700 .800 .650 .278 .625 .573

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1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995

Jeff Dankworth, Oscar Edwards, Rob Kezirian Game Captains Only Game Captains Only Game Captains Only Game Captains Only Game Captains Only Tom Ramsey, Tom Sullivan, Karl Morgan Paul Bergmann, Chris Yelich, Don Rogers Duval Love, Steve Bono, Neal Dellocono, Lee Knowles Mike Hartmeier, Jim McCullough, Mike Sherrard, Tommy Taylor, Mark Walen, Tony Phillips Joe Goebel, Ken Norton, Jr., Craig Rutledge, Matt Stevens, Terry Tumey Gaston Green, Ken Norton, Jr., Terry Tumey Troy Aikman, Eric Ball, Darryl Henley, Chance Johnson, Carnell Lake Frank Cornish, Lance Zeno, Mike Lodish, Marvcus Patton Eric Turner, Roman Phifer, Lance Zeno Matt Darby, Tommy Maddox, Dion Lambert, Scott Spalding Arnold Ale, Kaleaph Carter, Mike Chalenski, Carlton Gray, Aron Gideon, Sean LaChapelle Game Captains Only Wayne Cook, Donnie Edwards, Shane Jasper, Sharmon Shah, Rod Smalley Karim Abdul-Jabbar, Donnie Edwards, Mike Flanagan, Kevin Jordan, Abdul McCullough Totals

BOB TOLEDO 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002

Game Captains Chad Overhauser, Shaun Williams, Brian Willmer Cade McNown, Larry Atkins, Andy Meyers, Shawn Stuart Danny Farmer, Pete Holland Oscar Cabrera, Kenyon Coleman Marques Anderson, Troy Danoff, Bryan Fletcher, Robert Thomas Game Captains Totals

ED KEZIRIAN

W 9 7 8 5 9 7 10 7

L 2 4 3 6 2 4 1 4

T 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1

PF 391 269 261 257 306 302 399 309

PA 173 196 172 256 135 197 231 265

Pct .792 .636 .708 .455 .818 .625 .875 .625

9

3

0

275

248

.750

9

2

1

363

214

.792

8 10

3 2

1 0

385 426

222 195

.708 .833

10

2

0

392

190

.833

3 5

7 6

1 0

209 305

246 332

.318 .455

9

3

0

323

190

.750

6 8

5 4

0 0

201 368

228 230

.545 .667

5

6

0

239

295

.455

7 151

5 74

0 8

338 300 6,318 4,515

.583 .665

W 5

L 6

T 0

PF 330

PA 318

Pct .455

10

2

0

477

247

.833

10 4 6

2 7 6

0 0 0

476 230 353

340 311 368

.833 .364 .500

7 7 49

4 5 32

0 0 0

317 225 360 313 2,543 2,122

.636 .583 .603

2002

Game Captains

W 1

L 0

T 0

PF 27

PA 13

Pct 1.000

KARL DORRELL

W

L

T

PF

PA

Pct

2003

Dave Ball, Craig Bragg, Brandon Chillar, Manuel White Jr. Spencer Havner, Manuel White Jr. Game Captains Game Captains Game Captains Totals

6 6 10 7 6 35

7 6 2 6 6 27

0 0 0 0 0 0

248 305 361 309 469 410 299 259 275 273 1,652 1,556

.462 .500 .833 .538 .500 .565

DeWAYNE WALKER

(INTERIM) W

0

L 1

T 0

PF 16

PA 17

Pct .000

W 4

L 8

T 0

PF 212

PA 348

Pct .333

7

6

0

286

276

.538

4 6

8 7

0 0

242 309

364 419

.333 .462

21

29

0

1,049 1,407

.420

W 0

L 1

T 0

PF 14

PA 20

Pct .000

W 9

L 5

T 0

PF 482

PA 386

Pct .643

PA 17,520 738

Pct .590 .453

2004 2005 2006 2007

(INTERIM)

2007

Game Captains

2008 2009

Brigham Harwell, Logan Paulsen Terrence Austin, Reggie Carter, Logan Paulsen, Alterraun Verner Kevin Prince, Akeem Ayers, Rahim Moore, Micah Kia Tony Dye, Patrick Larimore, Johnathan Franklin Totals

RICK NEUHEISEL

2010 2011

MIKE JOHNSON

(INTERIM)

2011

Game Captains

2012

Andrew Abbott, David Allen, Jeff Locke, Johnathan Franklin Damien Holmes, Xavier Su'a-Filo

JIM MORA

Grand Totals Bowl Record

W 564 14

L 386 17

T 37 1

PF 21,676 691

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YEARLY COACHING RECORDS Coach Jim Mora Mike Johnson Rick Neuheisel DeWayne Walker Karl Dorrell Ed Kezirian Bob Toledo Terry Donahue Dick Vermeil Pepper Rodgers Tommy Prothro Bill Barnes George Dickerson Henry ‘Red’ Sanders Bert LaBrucherie Edwin Horrell William Spaulding James Cline Harry Trotter Fred Cozens Totals

Years 2012 2011 2008-10 2007 2003-07 2002 1996-02 1976-95 1974-75 1971-73 1965-70 1958-64 1958 1949-57 1945-48 1939-44 1925-38 1923-24 1920-22 1919

Seasons 1 Interim 4 Interim 5 Interim 7 20 2 3 6 7 9 4 6 14 2 3 1 94

Won 9 0 21 0 35 1 49 151 15 19 41 31 1 66 23 24 72 2 2 2 564

LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIPS

Lost 5 1 30 1 27 0 32 74 5 12 18 34 2 19 16 31 51 10 13 6 386

Tied 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 3 1 3 3 0 1 0 6 8 3 1 0 37

Pct .643 .000 .412 .000 .565 1.000 .605 .665 .717 .609 .686 .463 .333 .773 .590 .443 .573 .233 .156 .250 .590

SOUTH DIV. CHAMPS

Year

League Bowl Record Record Result

Head Coach

Year

Record

League Record

Bowl Result

Head Coach

1998 1997 1993 1987 1985 1983 1982 1975 1965 1961 1959 1955 1954 1953 1946 1942 1935

10-2-0 10-2-0 8-4-0 10-2-0 9-2-1 7-4-1 10-1-1 9-2-1 8-2-1 7-4-0 5-4-1 9-2-0 9-0-0 8-2-0 10-1-0 7-4-0 8-2-0

Bob Toledo Bob Toledo Terry Donahue Terry Donahue Terry Donahue Terry Donahue Terry Donahue Dick Vermeil Tommy Prothro Bill Barnes Bill Barnes Henry ‘Red’ Sanders Henry ‘Red’ Sanders Henry ‘Red’ Sanders Bert LaBrucherie Edwin Horrell William Spaulding

2012 2011

9-5-0 6-8-0

6-3-0 5-4-0

Holiday (L) Fight Hunger (L)

Jim Mora Rick Neuheisel

(tie) (tie) (tie)

(tie)

(tie)

(tie)

8-0-0 7-1-0 6-2-0 7-1-0 6-2-0 6-1-1 5-1-1 6-1-0 4-0-0 3-1-0 3-1-0 6-0-0 6-0-0 6-1-0 7-0-0 6-1-0 4-1-0

Rose Bowl (L) Cotton Bowl (W) Rose Bowl (L) Aloha Bowl (W) Rose Bowl (W) Rose Bowl (W) Rose Bowl (W) Rose Bowl (W) Rose Bowl (W) Rose Bowl (L) None Rose Bowl (L) None Rose Bowl (L) Rose Bowl (L) Rose Bowl (L) None

Years 2012 2011 2009 2007 2003-06

No. 1 1 1 1 4

Record 0-1 0-1-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 1-3-0

Ed Kezirian(interim) Bob Toledo Terry Donahue

2002 1996-02 1976-95

1 3 13

1-0-0 1-2-0 8-4-1

Dick Vermeil Tommy Prothro Bill Barnes Red Sanders Bert LaBrucherie Edwin C. Horrell Totals

1974-75 1965-70 1958-64 1949-57 1945-48 1939-44

1 1 1 2 1 1 32

1-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 0-2-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 14-17-1

W/L L L L L L L L W L W L W L W L

UCLA (rank)score UCLA 13 UCLA (11) 19 UCLA 24 UCLA 24 UCLA (4) 3 UCLA (8) 3 UCLA 10 UCLA (11) 23 UCLA (14) 7 UCLA 20 UCLA 16 UCLA (5) 14 UCLA 3 UCLA 9 UCLA (17) 8

Year 1954

Record 9-0-0

Coach Sanders

AP/Coaches* 2/1

Record 6-0-4

Coach Horrell

AP/Coaches* 7/-

Record 10-2-0 10-2-0 10-2-0 10-2-0 10-2-0 10-1-1 10-1-0

Coach Dorrell Toledo Toledo Donahue Donahue Donahue La Brucherie

AP/Coaches* 16/13 8/8 5/5 6/6 9/11 5/5 4/-

Coach Mora Donahue Donahue Donahue Donahue Donahue Vermeil Rodgers Prothro Sanders Sanders

AP/Coaches* -/19/18 7/6 9/10 13/14 15/15 5/5 12/9 5/5 4/4 2/1

Coach Donahue Prothro Prothro Sanders La Brucherie

AP/Coaches* 5/5 13/10 5/5 6/6 4/-

Coach Dorrell Toledo Toledo Donahue Donahue Donahue Donahue Donahue Vermeil Rodgers Prothro Prothro Barnes Sanders Sanders Sanders Spaulding Spaulding

AP/Coaches* 16/13 8/8 5/5 6/6 9/11 7/6 13/14 15/15 5/5 12/9 -/10 4/5 -/-/18 4/4 5/4 -/-/-

UNBEATEN Year 1939

10 WINS Year 2005 1998 1997 1988 1987 1982 1946

NINE WINS Year 2012 1991 1985 1984 1980 1976 1975 1973 1966 1955 1954

Year 1982 1969 1966 1952 1946

Record 9-5-0 9-3-0 9-2-1 9-3-0 9-2-0 9-2-1 9-2-1 9-2-0 9-1-0 9-2-0 9-0-0

Record 10-1-1 8-1-1 9-1-0 8-1-0 10-1-0

TWO LOSSES Year 2005 1998 1997 1988 1987 1985 1980 1976 1975 1973 1967 1965 1960 1957 1955 1953 1935 1927

Appearances ’12 Bridgepointe Holiday Bowl ’11 Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl ’09 EagleBank ’07 Las Vegas ’03 Silicon Valley, ’04 Las Vegas, ’05 Sun Bowl, ’06 Emerald Bowl ’02 Las Vegas ’98 Cotton, ’99 Rose, ’00 Sun ’76 Liberty, ’78 Fiesta, ’81 Bluebonnet, ’83 Rose, ’84 Rose, ’85 Fiesta, ’86 Rose, ’86 Freedom, ’87 Aloha, ’89 Cotton, ’91 Sun, ’94 Rose, ’95 Aloha ’76 Rose Bowl ’66 Rose Bowl ’62 Rose Bowl ’54 Rose Bowl, ’56 Rose Bowl ’47 Rose Bowl ’43 Rose Bowl

UCLA VS. NO. 1 AP TEAMS Date Oct. 21, 2010 Dec. 3, 2005 Dec. 4, 2004 Sept. 20, 2003 Sept. 6, 1986 Sept. 22, 1984 Sept. 24, 1983 Jan. 1, 1976 Nov. 18, 1972 Sept. 9, 1972 Nov. 23, 1968 Jan. 1, 1966 Nov. 24, 1962 Oct. 6, 1962 Dec. 5, 1959

UNBEATEN/UNTIED

ONE LOSS

BOWL APPEARANCES BY HEAD COACH Name Jim Mora Mike Johnson(interim) Rick Neuheisel DeWayne Walker(interim) Karl Dorrell

SUPER SEASONS

Record 10-2-0 10-2-0 10-2-0 10-2-0 10-2-0 9-2-1 9-2-0 9-2-1 9-2-1 9-2-0 7-2-1 8-2-1 7-2-1 8-2-0 9-2-0 8-2-0 8-2-0 6-2-1

*Final polls

UCLA AS NO. 1 IN AP POLL

Oppt. (rank)score Oregon (1) 60 USC (1) 66 USC (1) 29 Oklahoma (1) 59 Oklahoma (1) 38 Nebraska (1) 42 Nebraska (1) 42 Ohio State (1) 10 USC (1) 24 Nebraska (1) 17 USC (1) 28 Michigan State (1) 12 USC (1) 14 Ohio State (1) 7 Syracuse (1) 36

Site at Eugene, Or at L.A. Coliseum at Rose Bowl at Norman, OK at Norman, OK at Rose Bowl at Lincoln, NE Rose Bowl game at L.A. Coliseum at L.A. Coliseum at L.A. Coliseum Rose Bowl game at L.A. Coliseum at L.A. Coliseum at L.A. Coliseum

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UCLA (rank)score UCLA (1) 30 UCLA (1) 24 UCLA (1) 20 UCLA (1) 0 UCLA (1) 21 UCLA (1) 41

Oppt. (rank)score Washington State 34 Arizona 3 USC (4) 21 Maryland (5) 7 Texas A&M 0 Oregon 0

Site at Rose Bowl at Tucson, AZ at L.A. Coliseum at College Park, MD at L.A. Coliseum at L.A. Coliseum

LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS •

1998 BRUINS

1998

1985

Overall Record: 10-2-0 Pac-10 Conference Record: 8-0 AP Rank: 8; Coach: Bob Toledo

Overall Record: 9-2-1 Pac-10 Conference Record: 6-2 AP Rank: 7; Coach: Terry Donahue

The Bruins opened the year with 10 wins in a row to extend the school record win streak to 20, including an eighth straight victory over USC. UCLA climbed as high as No. 2 in the polls and became just the fourth team in Pac-10 history to post a perfect 8-0 league mark. Kris Farris won the Outland Trophy. Cade McNown set single season records for passing yards and total offense (since broken).

The season started with a win over defending national champion BYU and ended with a third trip to the Rose Bowl game in four seasons. The Bruins led the nation in rush defense (70.3 yards per game) and placed seventh in total defense behind the play of such future NFL performers as James Washington, Mark Walen, Ken Norton, Jr., Jim Wahler, Carnell Lake and Darryl Henley. Despite a 17-13 loss at USC, the Bruins finished in a first-place tie in the conference. About five hours after the Bruin loss to the Trojans, Arizona’s defeat of Arizona State left all three teams tied at 6-2 in the league race. UCLA won the championship tie-breaker and went on to defeat Iowa in the Rose Bowl game.

1997 Overall Record: 10-2-0 Pac-10 Conference Record: 7-1 AP Rank: 5; Coach: Bob Toledo

1983

The Bruins won the last 10 games of the season, concluding the year with a Cotton Bowl triumph over Texas A&M. It was the first time since 1946 that the Bruins had won 10 straight games in a season. Cade McNown led the nation in pass efficiency and over 85,000 fans turned out for the Washington game, the largest non-USC home crowd in 50 years. Skip Hicks set a school mark with 26 touchdowns and the Bruin offense scored 477 points, the most in school history.

1993 Overall Record: 8-4-0 Pac-10 Conference Record: 6-2 AP Rank: 18; Coach: Terry Donahue

Overall Record: 7-4-1 Pac-10 Conference Record: 6-1-1 AP Rank: 17; Coach: Terry Donahue After an 0-3-1 start, the Bruins rallied behind quarterback Rick Neuheisel and won seven of their next eight games, earning a trip to the Rose Bowl with a 27-17 victory over USC. The win over USC, combined with Washington State’s win over Washington, clinched the Bruins' return trip to Pasadena. In UCLA's win over Washington, Neuheisel completed 25 of 27 passes for an NCAA-record .926 percentage. In the Rose Bowl game, UCLA jumped out to a 28-3 halftime advantage and went on to post a 45-9 upset win over No. 4-ranked Illinois. It marked UCLA's fourth-straight win in the Rose Bowl game. Karl Dorrell caught two of Neuheisel's four touchdown passes in the game.

The Bruins won seven straight Pac-10 games to tie for the conference title and a win over USC clinched a trip to the Rose Bowl game. UCLA led the nation in turnover margin (+1.73). J.J. Stokes set a school mark with 17 touchdown receptions in a season. Stokes went on to set a Rose Bowl game mark with 14 catches against Wisconsin.

1982

1987

After a loss at Washington, the Bruins needed to beat USC to earn a Rose Bowl bid in their first season of playing home games in the Arroyo Seco. With time having already expired, Karl Morgan stopped USC’s two-point conversion attempt to preserve the win that sent the Bruins home to Pasadena. On New Year’s Day, they beat Michigan for the second time that season, by a score of 24-14. In the earlier contest, UCLA had rallied from a 21-0 second quarter deficit to hand the Wolverines a 31-27 setback in Ann Arbor. UCLA totaled 10 wins for just the second time in history and the team ranked third nationally in scoring offense. Tom Ramsey led the nation in passing efficiency (153.5).

Overall Record: 10-2-0 Pac-10 Conference Record: 7-1 AP Rank: 9; Coach: Terry Donahue The Bruins tied a school record with 10 wins and tied for the league title after posting a then school record seven conference wins. The team ranked fourth in the nation in defense. Troy Aikman and Gaston Green became the first Bruin duo to throw for over 2,000 yards and run for over 1,000 yards in the same season. The Bruins won a sixth straight bowl game with a win over Florida and Emmitt Smith in the Aloha Bowl.

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Overall Record: 10-1-1 Pac-10 Conference Record: 5-1-1 AP Rank: 5; Coach: Terry Donahue

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1975

1959

Overall Record: 9-2-1 Pac-8 Conference Record: 6-1 AP Rank: 5; Coach: Dick Vermeil

Overall Record: 5-4-1 AAWU Record: 3-1 AP Rank: n/a; Coach: Bill Barnes

Just like in 1965, the Bruins avenged an early-season loss in the Rose Bowl with a 23-10 win over then No. 1 ranked Ohio State in a game played before 105,464 fans. It also turned out to be coach Dick Vermeil’s final game as Bruin head coach. An earlier conference loss to Washington meant that the Bruins had to defeat USC to earn a bid to the Rose Bowl game. UCLA posted a 25-22 win despite fumbling 11 times in the contest. It did manage to rack up over 400 yards in offense for the game against the toughest defense in the Pac-8. Wendell Tyler gained 130 yards on the ground against the Trojans to break Kermit Johnson’s single-season rushing record. For the season, quarterback John Sciarra rushed for 787 yards and threw for 1,313 more yards.

The Bruins, behind the play of Bill Kilmer, handed an unbeaten, No.2 ranked USC its first loss and went on to tie for the championship of the Athletic Association of Western Universities. The upset win over the Trojans sent a crowd of over 5,000 into the streets of Westwood to celebrate. Kilmer led the team in total offense that season with 702 yards passing and 388 yards rushing. It was the first full season as head coach for Bill Barnes, a former assistant on Red Sanders’ staff. He was elevated to the top spot in the middle of the previous season after an illness to George Dickerson.

1955

1965

Overall Record: 9-2 Pacific Coast Conference Record: 6-0 AP Rank: 4; Coach: Red Sanders

Overall Record: 8-2-1 AAWU Record: 4-0 AP Rank:4; Coach: Tommy Prothro The Bruins proceeded to record their first ever win in a Rose Bowl game with a 14-12 victory over then top-ranked Michigan State. Bob Stiles and Jim Colletto combined to stop the Spartan’s two-point conversion attempt in the fourth quarter and preserve UCLA’s initial post-season win. Two touchdown passes by quarterback Gary Beban in the final four minutes of the USC game pulled out a 20-16 win and completed a perfect conference slate. First-year head coach Tommy Prothro was voted Coach of the Year by the American Football Coaches Association.

1961

The Bruins opened the season with a 21-0 win over Bear Bryant’s Texas A&M team. The next week, the No.1 ranked Bruins traveled to the East for the first time to meet No. 5- ranked Maryland and were handed a 7-0 loss by the Terrapins, snapping UCLA’s 10-game winning streak. UCLA went on to win its final eight games in the regular season, four were shutouts, and met Michigan State in the Rose Bowl. A last-second Spartan field goal ruined the Bruin chances for a first-ever Rose Bowl victory, 17-14. Guard Hardiman Cureton earned All-America honors and running back Bob Davenport finished his career with over 1,100 yards. Red Sanders became the first head coach in history to win three straight PCC titles.

1954

Overall Record: 7-4 AAWU Record: 3-1 AP Rank: 16; Coach: Bill Barnes

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS • Overall Record: 9-0 Pacific Coast Conference Record: 6-0 AP Rank: 2; UPI Rank: 1; Coach: Red Sanders

The 1961 Bruins were known for their strong running game and stingy defense. The team totaled 413 yards on the ground in a win over California. Sophomore Mike Haffner won the conference rushing title (703 yards) and senior Bobby Smith led the league in scoring (85) and total offense (966 yards). The Bruins beat USC, 10-7, in a rainstorm at the Coliseum to earn their way to the Rose Bowl. Minnesota handed the Bruins a 21-3 setback in the Arroyo Seco to ruin UCLA’s fifth trip to the Rose Bowl game.

The Bruins captured their first National Championship (UPI) and fielded their highest scoring team (40.8 points) in history (to date) as they won back-to-back conference titles for the first time ever. The total of 367 points over nine games ranked first in the nation and the defense limited opponents to just 40 points and 73.2 yards rushing per game to lead the nation in those categories as well. The Bruins clinched the conference championship in 110-degree heat with a 34-0 win over USC before 102,548 fans in the Coliseum. During the year, the Bruins set a school record that still stands with a 72-0 blanking of Stanford. They also handed No. 6 ranked Maryland a 12-7 loss early in the season. Guard Jim Salsbury, tackle Jack Ellena and fullback Bob Davenport each were named to at least one All-America first team. Left half back Primo Villanueva, a second-team All-American, led the team with 886 yards in total offense. The team completed the year ranked at the top of the UPI poll and second in the Associated Press poll.

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SOME PAST BRUIN CHAMPIONSHIP COACHES

Overall Record: 8-2-0 Pacific Coast Conference Record: 6-1 AP Rank: 5; Coach: Red Sanders Only a 21-20 loss at Stanford in the fifth game of the year spoiled a perfect UCLA record during the regular season. The Bruins fielded one of the greatest defenses in college football history (yielding just 2.91 yds/play), allowing just 48 points in nine regular season games. Chuck Doud, Jack Ellena, Hardiman Cureton and Myron Berliner keyed the defense. Tailback Paul Cameron led the PCC in rushing and came up just short of Kenny Washington’s record for most yards gained in a career. According to newspaper accounts, an estimated 12,000 students gathered at the corner of Westwood and Wilshire for a two-hour rally to celebrate UCLA's selection to the Rose Bowl game.

1946 Overall Record: 10-1 Pacific Coast Conference Record: 7-0 AP Rank 4; Coach: Bert LaBrucherie

Harry Trotter

Bill Spaulding

Edwin Horrell

Red Sanders

Tommy Prothro

Terry Donahue

UCLA recorded its first-ever unbeaten, untied regular season and advanced to the Rose Bowl game for the second time. The Bruins averaged a then school-best total of 60,885 fans during their home games. The team rolled up a school record (at the time) 327 points and was selected for the Rose Bowl game opposite Illinois. Despite an upset loss to the Fighting Illini, the Bruins finished with their highest national ranking to date, fourth by the Associated Press. Ernie Case threw for a then Rose Bowl record 165 yards in the setback.

1942 Overall Record: 7-4-0 Pacific Coast Conference Record: 6-1 AP Rank: 13; Coach: Edwin Horrell The 1942 season marked UCLA’s first appearance in the Rose Bowl game. After opening the season with two losses, the Bruins won seven of the next eight contests to close the regular season. Bob Waterfield became the first Bruin to throw for over 1,000 yards in a season. Fullback Ken Snelling and left halfback Al Solari keyed the rushing attack. Georgia then handed the Bruins a 9-0 setback in the Rose Bowl game. The Bruins finished the year ranked 13th by the Associated Press.

1935 Overall Record: 8-2 Pacific Coast Conference Record: 4-1 Coach: William Spaulding The Bruins opened the 1935 season with an impressive 39-0 shutout over Utah State. A 20-7 win over Oregon State followed as did two more wins at Stanford, 7-6, and versus Oregon, 33-6. California and SMU then handed the Bruins back-to-back losses. UCLA finished the season with four straight wins over Hawaii, Loyola, Idaho and at St. Mary’s. The season marked the first-ever conference championship for a UCLA football team, which began participating in the PCC in 1928. A third-place finish in 1932 had been its best previous result in the league standings.

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• Name (position coached) Nick Aliotti (def. coord./special teams/db) Foster Andersen (ol/te/db) Norm Andersen (wr/rb) Steve Axman (off. coord./qb/ol) Dino Babers (asst. hc/rb/wr) Bill Barnes (ends) John Becker (freshman) Bob Bergdahl (freshman, running backs) Gary Bernardi (te/ol/special teams) Eric Bieniemy (rb/special teams) Gary Blackney (db) Ken Blair (lb/special teams/wr) Sam Boghosian (guard, center, lb) Alan Borges (off. coord./qb) Inoke Breckterfield (dl) Deke Brackett (backs) Rich Brooks (lb/sp. teams) Steve Broussard (rb) Chuck Bullough (lb/def. coord.) Jacob Burney (dl) Tom Cable (off. coord./ol) Jim Camp (off. backs) Ron Caragher (wr/special teams) Norm Chow (off. coord./qb) A.J. Christoff (db) Jim Colletto (asst. hc/ol/te) Bob Connelly (ol) John Cooper (db) Larry Coyer (db/lb) Jim Criner (lb/ol/te) Dave Currey (wr) Jim Dawson (line) Gary DeLoach (secondary/special teams) George Dickerson (line) Terry Donahue (ol) Marc Dove (lb/sp. teams/db) Norman Dow (freshman) Rod Dowhower (off. coord./qb/wr) Earnel Durden (rb/wr) Jon Embree (asst. hc/te/wr) John Farrell (off. backs/blocking backs) Bob Field (asst. hc/def. coord./db/lb/special teams) Jethro Franklin (dl/special teams) Frank Gansz, Sr. (ol/te) Frank Gansz, Jr. (special teams) Tom Hayes (co. def. coord./db) Tim Hauck (safeties) Johnny Hermann (freshman, passing game, qb, wr) Todd Howard (asst. hc/dl) Ron Hudson (rb) Jed Hughes (def. coord./dl/lb) Tim Hundley (secondary/lb/special teams) Milt Jackson (ol/te) John Jardine (ol/te) Don Johnson (dl) Johnny Johnson (freshman, backfield) Mike Johnson (off. coord./wr) Doug Kay (dl/lb) Larry Kerr (def. coord./lb) Ed Kezirian (ol/te) Adrian Klemm (run game coord./ol) Tony Kopay (ol/db) Carnell Lake (secondary) Clark Lead (lb) R. Todd Littlejohn (db) Jerry Long (ol/dl) Rocky Long (def. coord./lb) Dick Mansperger (line) Larry Marmie (db) Steve Marshall (ol) Demetrice Martin (db) Jim Mastro (f back/te) Tory Matheson (freshman) Bill Matthews (rb) Noel Mazzone (off. coord./qb) Taylor Mazzone (qb) D.J. McCarthy (wr) Angus McClure (te/special teams,ol,dl) Bob McKittrick (ol/defense/db/lb/dl) Bill McPherson (dl) Mike Mikolayunas (qb, wr) Reggie Moore (wr) Thurmond Moore (dl) Jim Mora (lb) Wayne Moses (rb) Jim Myers (line) Ray Nagel (backfield)

A L L - T I M E A S S I S TA N T C O A C H E S • Years on Staff 1998 1977 1982-86, 1994-95 1987-88, 2003 2004-07 1950-58 1970 1958-64 1994-03 2003-05 1978-79 1971-73 1957-64 1996-00 2011 1950-63 1970, 1976 2012-13 2006-10 1990-92 2004-05 1967-69 1996-02 2008-10 1990-94 1967-68, 1980-81,2006 2007 1965-66 1987-89 1973-75 1989 1959-62 2003-07 1946-57 1971-75 1996-02 1968-69 1974-75 1969-70 2003-05 1967-68 1978-79, 1981-00 1999 1976-77 2008-10 1980-88 2008 1958-64 2006-10 1979-81 1976-81 1990-95, 2009-11 1979 1965-69 2000-04 1950-64 2011 1977-79 1989, 2003-05 1982-92 2012-13 1965-72 2009 2010-11 2001-02 1965-75 1996-97 1963-64 1995 1996 2012-13 2011 1971 1971-78 2012-13 2013 2006 2007, 2011-13 1965-70 1975-77 1979 (Spring) 2008-10 2005 1974 1990-95, 2008-11 1949-56 1955-57 2013 UCLA FOOTBALL

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HOMER SMITH Name (position coached) Ron Nay (off. backs) Rick Neuheisel (wr/qb) Jay Norvell (off. coord./qb) Wayne Nunnely (dl) Dwain Painter (qb/wr) Bob Palcic (assc. hc/ol) John Pearce (qb/dl/special teams) Skip Peete (rb) Carl Peterson (wr/te) Dan Peterson Tommy Prothro Bill Rees (recruiting) Don Riley (ol/special teams) Greg Robinson (off. coord./ot/te/dl) Pepper Rodgers (off. backs/wr) Al Sandahl (wr/qb) Brian Schneider (special teams/safeties/lb) Eric Scott (wr) Mike Sherman (ol) Ron Siegrist (ol) Kelly Skipper (off. coord./rb/special teams) Homer Smith (off. coord./qb) Phil Snow (def. coord./safeties) Lou Spanos (def. coord.) Lynn Stiles (asst. hc/def. coord./lb/dl) Lew Stueck (lb/dl/defense) Jim Svoboda (off. coord./qb) Howard Tippett (linebackers) Bob Toledo (off. coordinator) Dick Tomey (def. coord./db/off. backs) Joe Tresey (def. coord.) Marques Tuiasosopo (Y receivers) Terry Tumey (dl/special teams) Jeff Ulbrich (spec. teams/lb, asst. head coach) Dick Vermeil (off. coord./qb) Fred Von Appen (defense) DeWayne Walker (def. coord./db) Mike Waufle (dl) Doug Weaver (asst. hc/def. coord./db/lb) Larry Weaver (db) Mark Weber (ol/special teams) Ted Williams (rb/lb) John Wristen (te/special teams) Eric Yarber (wr)

Years on Staff 1971 1988-93 2007 1993-94 1976-78 1993, 2008-11 1999-02 1996-97 1973-75 1958-64 1949-54 1979-93 1976-87, 1995 1982-89 1965-66 1979 2003-05 2007 1994 1965-68 1998-02 1972-73, 1980-86, 1990-93 2001-02 20120-13 1971-75 1963-69 2004-06 1980 1994-95 1971-1976 2011 2012 1995-98 2012-13 1970 1970 2006-08 1989 1971-72 1969-70 1997-03 1980-89 2006 2012-13

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U C L A P L AY E R S I N A L L - S T A R G A M E S •

Hula Bowl 1947

1948 1949 1950 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1996 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2006 2008

Tom Asher, T; Burr Baldwin, E; Don Borden, G; Ed Breeding, C; Ernie Case, QB; Budd Cote, G; Morrie Harrison, G; Hoxsie Griswold, T; John Johnson, B; Roy Kurrasch, E; Don Malmberg, T; Donn Ross, E; Art Spielman, C Carl Benton, B; Don Capp, E; Robert Mike, T Bill Clements, E; Mike Dimitro, G George Pastor, G Hal Mitchell, T Donn Moomaw, LB Paul Cameron, HB; Chuck Doud, T Jack Ellena, T; Jim Salsbury, G; Primo Villanueva,HB Hardiman Cureton, G; Bob Davenport, FB; Rommie Loudd, E; Sam Brown, HB Bill Leeka, T; Dick Wallen, E Ray Smith, FB Bill Kilmer, HB; Marv Luster, E Ron Hull, C; Marshall Shirk, T; Bobby Smith, HB; Almose Thompson, HB Kermit Alexander, HB; Tony Fiorentino, G; Andy Von Sonn, C Walt Dathe, G; Mel Profit, E Kent Francisco, OT; Mike Haffner, HB; Larry Zeno, QB Kurt Altenberg, E; Russ Banducci, G Mel Farr, HB; John Richardson, DG Gary Beban, QB; Larry Slagle, OT Larry Agajanian, DT Greg Jones, HB; Floyd Reese, DT Dennis Dummit, QB; Tim Oesterling, DT Mike Pavich, G Randy Gaschler, C Jim Allen, DB; Kermit Johnson, RB; James McAlister, RB Gene Clark, OT; Art Kuehn, C Randy Cross, G; John Sciarra, QB Ray Burks, LB; Oscar Edwards, DB; Rick Walker, TE Gus Coppens, OT; Frank Stephens, LB Theotis Brown, RB; Jerry Robinson, LB; Manu Tuiasosopo, NG Brent Boyd, C Ken Easley, DB; Freeman McNeil, RB Luis Sharpe, OT; Tim Wrightman, TE Cormac Carney, SE; Irv Eatman, OT; Tom Ramsey, QB Don Rogers, DB; Lupe Sanchez, DB Neal Dellocono, LB; Duval Love, OT Mike Sherrard, SE; Tommy Taylor, LB Frank Batchkoff, DT; Karl Dorrell, FL Mel Farr, FB; Gaston Green, TB; Ken Norton, LB; Dennis Price, CB Troy Aikman, QB; Darryl Henley, CB; Doug Kline, ILB; Eric Smith, OLB Frank Cornish, C; Charles Arbuckle, TE Roman Phifer, OLB Dion Lambert, CB; Kevin Smith, FB Arnold Ale, LB; Mike Chalenski, DE; Carlton Gray, CB; Sean LaChapelle, WR; Kevin Williams, TB Craig Novitsky, OG James Milliner, RB; Teddy Lawrence, DB Jim McElroy, FL; Chad Overhauser, OT Mike Grieb, TE; Craig Walendy, FB Eric Whitfield, S; Durell Price, FB Jason Bell, DB Ryan Nece, LB Ricky Manning, DB; Marcus Reese, LB Mat Ball, DE; David Tautofi, DL Ed Blanton, OT Shannon Tevaga, OG

Texas Vs. The World 2007 2008

Junior Taylor, WR (injured in practice) Rodney Van, CB

Japan Bowl 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981

Randy Cross, C, John Sciarra, QB Raymond Burks, LB, Oscar Edwards, DB, Rick Walker, TE Levi Armstrong, DB, Gus Coppens, OT Frank Stephens, LB Bobby Hosea, DB, Max Montoya, OT Jeff Muro, LB Brian Baggott, DB Arthur Akers, LB; Kenny Easley, DB; Larry Lee, OG; Freeman McNeil, RB

1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993

Willie Curran, FL; Luis Sharpe, OT Dan Dufour, C; Karl Morgan, NG;Tom Sullivan, DB; Jojo Townsell, FL Paul Bergmann, TE; Kevin Nelson, RB; Don Rogers, DB; Lupe Sanchez, DB; Doug West, LB Neal Dellocono, LB; Ron Pitts, DB John Lee, PK; David Norrie, QB; Mark Walen, DT Craig Rutledge, SS; Matt Stevens, QB Alan Dial, S; Gaston Green, TB; Ken Norton, LB; Russ Warnick, OT Troy Aikman, QB; Eric Ball, TB; Chance Johnson, ILB; Doug Kline, ILB; Marcus Turner, CB Mike Lodish, DT; Marvcus Patton, LB Corwin Anthony, TE; Brian Brown, TB; Brian Lockwood, OLB; Scott Miller, WR Scott Spalding, OG; Shawn Wills, TB; Brian Kelly, DT Arnold Ale, LB; Rick Daly, TE

East-West Shrine Game 1932 1934 1936 1944 1945 1946 1948 1949 1951 1952 1955 1957 1958 1960 1960 1962 1963 1966 1967 1969 1971 1971 1972 1973 1974 1977 1977 1979 1979 1981 1983 1984 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1999 2000 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2010 2011 2012 2013

Leonard Wellendorf, C Lee Coats, C Chuck Cheshire, H Mike Marienthal, G Bob Waterfield, Q George Robotham, E Bill Chambers, T;Tom Fears, E; Don Paul, C, Cal Rossi, HB (J)Bill Clements, E; Ernie Johnson, HB Bob Wilkinson, E Hal Mitchell, T (J)Sam Boghosian, G; Jack Ellena, T; Jim Salsbury, G Pete O’Garro, E; Don Shinnick, LB Bill Leeka, T; Dick Wallen, E (J)Paul Oglesby, T; Ray Smith, B (D)Jim Johnson, E-B; Bill Kilmer, HB; Marv Luster, E Kermit Alexander, HB Mel Profit, E Mel Farr, HB; John Richardson, DG Gary Beban, QB; John Erquiaga, C; Larry Slagle, T Mike Ballou, LB; George Farmer, E; Greg Jones, HB (J)Dennis Dummit, QB;Tim Oesterling, DT (D)Bob Christiansen, E; Dave Dalby, C Bruce Barnes, P; Bruce Walton, OT James McAlister, RB; Al Oliver, OT; Bill Sandifer, DT Art Kuehn, C; Fulton Kuykendall, LB (J)Wendell Tyler, RB; Rick Walker, TE (D)Levi Armstrong, DB (J)Peter Boermeester, PK (D)Johnny Lynn, DB Avon Riley, LB; Larry Lee, OG Jimmy Turner, DB Kevin Nelson, RB Mike Hartmeier, OG Joe Goebel, C; Chuckie Miller, CB; Derek Tennell, TE David Richards, OT; James Washington, S Darryl Henley, CB; Carnell Lake, OLB; Jim Wahler, NG Frank Cornish, C; Charles Arbuckle, TE Roman Phifer, OLB; Eric Turner, FS Matt Darby, S; James Malone ILB Mike Chalenski, DE; Carlton Gray, CB; Sean LaChapelle, WR Vaughn Parker, OT Carl Greenwood, CB Kevin Jordan, WR Paul Guidry, DB Cade McNown, QB (dnp) Eric Whitfield, S Marques Anderson, S; Ryan Nece, LB (inj.) Mike Saffer, OT; Ricky Manning, DB; Nate Fikse, P/PK Ryan Boschetti, DL; Brandon Chillar, LB Tab Perry, WR Drew Olson, QB; Justin London, LB Justin Hickman, DE; Justin Medlock, PK Dennis Keyes, S Terrence Austin, WR; Reggie Carter, LB; Ryan Moya, TE; Alterraun Verner, CB David Carter, DT Cory Harkey, TE Jeff Baca, OG; Joseph Fauria, TE; Aaron Hester, CB; Sheldon Price, CB;

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Senior Bowl 1951 1953 1954 1955 1956 1968 1970 1972 1973 1974 1977 1978 1980 1983 1986 1987 1988 1989 1991 1992 1996 1998 1999 2000 2002

2003 2004 2005 2006 2008 2011 2013

Bob Wilkinson, E Ernie Stockert, E Bill Stits, B Joe Ray, T Jim Brown, G John Erquiaga, C Mike Ballou, LB; Wes Grant, DE Dave Dalby, C Allan Ellis, DB Fred McNeill, DE Mitch Kahn, C; Wendell Tyler, RB Frank Corral, PK Brent Boyd, C Blanchard Montgomery, LB;Tom Ramsey, QB; Dokie Williams, FL Robert Cox, OT; John Lee, PK Joe Goebel, C Willie Anderson, WR Eric Ball, TB; Darryl Henley, CB; Carnell Lake, OLB; Jim Wahler, NG Corwin Anthony, TE; Randy Austin, TE; Rocen Keeton, OLB; Scott Miller, WR; Lance Zeno, C (inj) Dion Lambert, CB Donnie Edwards, LB; Mike Flanagan, C Skip Hicks, TB; Shaun Williams, FS Larry Atkins, S (inj.); Cade McNown, QB; Chris Sailer, K Danny Farmer, WR Marques Anderson, S; Kenyon Coleman, DE; Bryan Fletcher, TE; DeShaun Foster, TB; Ken Kocher, DT; Robert Thomas, LB (inj.) Mike Seidman, TE Dave Ball, DE; Rodney Leisle, DT Craig Bragg, WR; Manuel White Jr., RB Marcedes Lewis TE; Spencer Havner, LB Bruce Davis, DE Kai Forbath, PK; Christian Yount, LS Johnathan Franklin, RB; Jeff Locke, P; Datone Jones, DE

Blue-Gray Game 1979 1989 1990 1994 1996 1999 2001

Brian Baggott, DB Mike Farr, WR, Mike Lodish, DT, Rick Meyer, OG Randy Austin, TE, Reggie Moore, WR J.J. Stokes, WR, Wayne Cook, QB Phillip Ward, LB, Travis Kirschke, DL Keith Brown, TB (injured), Durell Price, FB, Ryan Roques, DB Anthony Fletcher, DT

Villages Gridiron Bowl 1999 2002 2005

Brendon Ayanbadejo, LB; Andy Meyers, OG; Shawn Stuart, C; Craig Walendy, FB Brian Poli-Dixon, WR Matt Clark, CB, Chris Kluwe, P

Las Vegas All-American Classic (Paradise Bowl, 2002-2003) 2002 2003 2004 2006

Troy Danoff, C, Anthony Fletcher, DT, Scott McEwan, QB, Jason Stephens, S Bryce Bohlander, OT, Rusty Williams, DL, Joe Hunter, DB Shane Lehmann, OL Jarrad Page, S, David Koral, QB

Raycom Collegiate All-Star Game 2013

Jerry Johnson, WR

Casino del Sol All-Star Game 2013

Dalton Hilliard, LB

NFLPA Collegiate All-Star Game 2013

Andrew Abbott, S; David Allen, FB; Donovan Carter, DT; Damien Holmes, LB; Kevin Prince, QB

AT T E N D A N C E H I S T O R Y •

UCLA HOME ATTENDANCE Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988

Games 7 6 6 6 7 6 7 6 6 6 6 5 7 6 5 6 5 6 6 6 6 5 6 6 7

Total Attendance 479,370 339,861 362,253 387,283 509,563* 458,271 454,683 385,305 363,092 339,813 392,375 333,067 470,961 298,951 368,547 327,531 287,660 294,643 308,375 301,478 295,561 245,760 327,619 324,718 442,850

Avg. 68,481 56,644 60,376 64,547 72,795 76,379* 64,955 64,218 60,515 56,636 65,396 66,613 67,280 49,825 73,709 54,589 57,532 49,107 51,396 50,246 49,260 49,152 54,603 54,120 63,264

Year 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963

Games 6 6 4 7 4 6 5 5 7 6 6 6 7 5 6 7 6 5 5 5 6 6 4 4 6

Total Attendance 334,133 364,368 211,751 374,047 215,293 352,284 260,595 265,796 330,690 303,276 283,904 288,032 296,481 234,056 239,375 339,736 241,630 267,974 246,264 234,118 339,705 272,150 218,106 163,223 221,867

Avg. 55,689 60,728 52,938 53,435 53,823 58,714 52,119 53,159 47,241 50,546 47,317 48,005 42,354 46,816 39,896 48,534 40,282 53,595 49,253 46,824 56,619 45,358 54,526 40,806 36,977

Year 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1945 1944 1943 1942 1941 1940

Games 6 6 6 8 6 6 6 6 5 7 6 6 6 6 7 6 7 8 7 6 9 8 9

Total Attendance 232,045 205,388 216,271 304,530 207,522 262,847 250,864 392,848 312,043 351,883 284,422 247,709 220,694 270,786 312,361 418,874 426,196 398,034 214,733 140,083 350,536 294,676 400,987

Avg. 38,674 34,231 36,045 38,066 34,587 43,807 41,811 65,474 62,409 50,269 47,404 41,284 36,783 45,131 44,623 69,812 60,885 49,629 30,676 23,347 38,948 36,834 50,123

TOP CROWDS (1944-2012) In 1996, UCLA played before the two largest crowds in school history. Since 1944, the Bruins have played before 85,000 or more fans 68 times, topped by Tennessee's crowd of 106,297 in 1996. In 1982, for the first time in school history, UCLA had two crowds of better than 100,000 and three of better than 95,000. 106,297 — Tennessee ’96 106,011 — Michigan ’96 105,464 — Ohio State (’76 RB) 105,413 — Michigan ’82 104,992 — Michigan ’90 104,991 — Michigan (’83 RB) 103,292 — Iowa (’86 RB) 103,217 — Illinois (’84 RB) *102,548 — USC ’54 102,239 — Tennessee ’09 *102,050 — USC ’47 101,437 — Texas ’10 101,237 — Wisconsin (’94 RB) 100,809 — Michigan State (’56 RB) †100,741 — USC ’88 *100,333 — USC (2) ’45 100,087 — Michigan State (’66 RB) †98,370 — USC ’86 *98,321 — USC ’46 98,214 — Minnesota (’62 RB) 98,088 — USC ’90 *96,869 — USC ’52 97,117 — Tennessee ’91 96,000 — Michigan State (’54 RB) *95,879 — USC ’55 †95,763 — USC ’82 94,370 — Tennessee ’85 *94,085 — USC ’65 93,872 — Wisconsin (’99 RB) #93,607 — USC '11 *93,458 — USC ’93 93,283 — Ohio State ’99 *93,172 — USC ’03 #92,962 — St. Mary’s ’46 *92,516 — USC ’87 *92,000 — USC ’05 †91,815 — USC ’94 *91,553 — USC ’07 *91,384 — USC ’99 *91,363 — USC ’95 *91,350 — USC ’97

†87,790 — USC ’08 #87,728 — Iowa ’47 *86,740 — USC ’62 *86,672 — USC ’89 # 86,168 — USC ’77 ‡86,000 — Oregon State ’80 *85,917 — USC ’59 85,897 — Tennessee ’78 #85,713 — USC ’09 †85,697 — Washington ’97 * 85,366 — USC ’53

†91,084 — USC ’02 *90,814 — USC ’69 *90,772 — USC ’67 †90,622 — USC ’06 *90,519 — USC ’76 *90,387 — USC ’78 †90,096 — USC ’84 *90,064 — USC ’85 *89,432 — USC ’81 89,177 — Michigan ’71 *89,131 — Stanford ’46 88,821 — Illinois (’47 RB) †88,804 — Michigan ’00 *88,588 — USC ’01 †88,442 — USC ’04 88,214 — USC ’79 88,084 — Ohio State ’80 †88,080 — USC ’98 *88,038 — USC ’73 87,969 — Ohio State ’76

LEGEND *Coliseum day games. #Coliseum night games. ***Coliseum twilight games. †Rose Bowl day games. ‡Mirage Bowl, Tokyo, Japan

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HONORARY CAPTAIN GARY BEBAN

THE VICTORY BELL The winner of the annual USC-UCLA football game is given the Victory Bell. The 295-pound bell originally hung atop a Southern Pacific freight locomotive. It was given to UCLA in 1939 as a gift from the UCLA Alumni Association. For the next two seasons, cheerleaders rang the bell after each Bruin point. At the opening game of the 1941 UCLA football season, six members of a USC fraternity mixed in among the Bruin supporters and after the game helped them load the Bell onto a waiting truck which was bound for Westwood. While the Bruin well-wishers were searching for the missing keys to the truck, the Trojan supporters drove off with the bell. The bell remained hidden for more than a year in various locations. The controversy quieted somewhat until a picture of the bell was featured in a USC publication. This action re-ignited the rivalry, as students from UCLA retaliated by painting the Tommy Trojan statue on the USC campus. Trojan students then acted by burning their school’s initials on several UCLA lawns. Police and school administrators had to be called to help quell the uprisings. On Nov. 12, 1942, the bell was wheeled in front of Tommy Trojan and the student body presidents of both institutions signed an agreement stating that thereafter the annual winner of the rivalry football game would keep possession of the bell for the next year. In that first season on the gridiron following the pact, the Bruins, under the direction of coach Edwin Horrell, defeated the Trojans, 14-7, to mark the first-ever Bruin win in the series. Later that season, the Bruin team went on to make its first ever post-season appearance in the 1943 Rose Bowl game.

HONORARY CAPTAINS For each UCLA home game, UCLA honors a star from its past as an Honorary Captain. The selected Bruin alum speaks to the football team on Friday, stays at the team hotel on Friday night, is on the sideline prior to and during the game and participates in the pre-game coin flip with the Bruin captains. Bruin standouts who have participated as an Honorary Captain include: three-time consensus All-Americans and College Football Hall of Fame members Kenny Easley and Jerry Robinson; 1967 Heisman Trophy winner and College Football Hall of Fame member Gary Beban; former head coach and College Football Hall of Fame member Terry Donahue; James Washington, Bruin All-American and two-time Super Bowl champion; and Billy Kilmer, also in the College Football Hall of Fame, just to name a few.

THE ORIGIN OF THE BRUIN MASCOTS The first athletic mascot for UCLA teams appeared as the result of spirited student demand. In the 1930’s, a live bear and its trainer were rented by Associated Students to appear at all UCLA home football games. However, wild animals became increasingly difficult to handle in a large crowd, and the Coliseum outlawed their appearances.

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UCLA was without a mascot again until the early 1950’s, when student and alumni united to bring “Little Joe Bruin” to Westwood. Only six months of age during the football season, this first official “Little Joe” was a Himalayan bear cub from India. However, after a short time he grew too large and was transferred to a circus. The first “Josephine” arrived in 1961, after a long search to fill “Little Joe Bruin’s” place. She was purchased by the alumni, and was kept in the backyard of the Rally Committee chairman. She also grew too large and was soon moved to the San Diego Zoo. The difficulty in obtaining and caring for live bears eventually led to the appearance of costumed student mascots. In the mid-1960’s several male students were selected to take turns playing the part of Joe Bruin. In 1967, the first female to become a UCLA mascot created the role of Josephine Bruin and joined Joe at athletic events. The various versions of the duo have been a fixture on the UCLA sporting scene ever since that time.

THE ORIGIN OF THE "UCLA BRUIN" Back in 1919 UCLA was known as the “Southern Branch” of the University of California. The UCLA football team, playing its first season, was then known as the “Cubs” owing to their younger relationship to the California Bears in Berkeley. In 1923, under new coach Jimmie Cline, the football team adopted the name “Grizzlies” instead of Cubs. In 1925, Bill Spaulding came west from the University of Minnesota to help upgrade the football program. In 1928, the Grizzlies joined the Pacific Coast Conference. However, there was a problem with the nickname, since the University of Montana, also a member of the PCC at the time, had prior rights to the nickname “Grizzlies”. UCLA, which had changed its name from the Southern Branch in 1927, became the “Bruins” in 1928 and has been recognized as such ever since.

FOOTBALL TRADITIONS/FACTS At every home game, the Bruin players and coaches walk through the fans tailgating in Area H prior to entering the Rose Bowl. UCLA is the only school in the Pac-12 to produce a three-time consensus All-American in football - Jerry Robinson (1976-77-78) and Kenny Easley (1978-79-80). UCLA is always well-represented in the National Football League. The current group of Bruins in the NFL is led by Pro Bowl running back Maurice Jones-Drew, Pro Bowl tight end Marcedes Lewis and standout cornerback Alterraun Verner. Super Bowl champions Troy Aikman, Jonathan Ogden, Carnell Lake and Roman Phifer are just a few of the UCLA alumni who have starred in the National Football League. Johnathan Ogden is a member of the 2013 Pro Football Hall of Fame. He was the third Bruin in five years to be selected to the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame (Troy Aikman in 2008, Cross in 2010, Ogden in 2012). There are 14 Bruins (11 players, three coaches) in the Hall.

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NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarships (18) (Football only) 1966-67 1966-67 1969-70 1973-74 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1982-83 1983-84 1985-86 1989-90 1992-93 1995-96 1998-99 1999-00 2007-08 2012-13

Ray Armstrong* Dallas Grider Greg Jones Steve Klosterman John Sciarra Jeff Dankworth John Fowler Cormac Carney Rick Neuheisel Mike Hartmeier Rick Meyer Carlton Gray George Kase Chris Sailer, Shawn Stuart Danny Farmer Chris Joseph Jeff Locke

ESPN The Magazine/ CoSIDA First-Team Academic All-Americans (16) (Football only) 1952 1953 1954 1966 1975 1977

Ed Flynn, G, Donn Moomaw, LB Ira Pauly, C Sam Boghosian, G Ray Armstrong, E John Sciarra, QB John Fowler, LB

1981

Cormac Carney, WR Tim Wrightman, TE Cormac Carney, WR Mike Hartmeier, OG Carlton Gray, CB George Kase, NG Shawn Stuart, C Chris Joseph, OG Chris Joseph, C

1982 1985 1992 1995 1998 2006 2007

ESPN The Magazine/ CoSIDA Academic AllAmerica Hall of Fame (8) 1988 1990 1994 1994 1999 2005 2009 2011

Donn Moomaw, football Jamaal Wilkes, basketball Bill Walton, basketball Coach John Wooden, basketball John Fowler, football Cormac Carney, football Karch Kiraly, volleyball Julie Bremner Romias, volleyball

National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame Scholarships (8) 1967-68 1969-70 1973-74 1975-76 1976-77 1988-89 1991-92 1992-93

Gary Beban Dennis Dummit Mark Harmon John Sciarra Jeff Dankworth Carnell Lake Brian Kelly Carlton Gray

NCAA Top Eight Awards (14) 1975-76 1976-77 1981-82 1982-83 1988-89 1989-90 1992-93 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1996-97 2002-03 2003-04 2006-07 * Fall finalist **Spring finalist

John Sciarra, football Jeff Dankworth, football Karch Kiraly, volleyball Cormac Carney*, football Carnell Lake*, football Jill Andrews**, gymnastics Carlton Gray, football Scott Keswick**, gymnastics Julie Bremner*, volleyball Lisa Fernandez, softball Annette Salmeen, swimming Stacey Nuveman, softball Onnie Willis, gymnastics Kate Richardson, gymnastics

NACDA/Disney ScholarAthleteAwards (2) 1992-93 1993-94

Carlton Gray, football Julie Bremner, volleyball

Rhodes Scholarships 1924-25 1961-62 1968-69 1996-97 2008-09

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John Olmsted, tennis William Zeltonoga, wrestling Harold Griffin, football Annette Salmeen, swimming Chris Joseph, football

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Rose Bowl Georgia 9, UCLA 0 • January 1, 1943 UCLA’s first ever bowl appearance did not end on a successful note, as the No. 1-ranked Bulldogs defeated the Bruins. Playing one of its best games of the season, UCLA held the Bulldogs scoreless for three quarters. However, the powerful UGA defense held the Bruins without any points as well. On the first play of the fourth quarter, Georgia’s Red Boyd blocked Bob Waterfield’s punt deep in the end zone for a safety. Georgia added a touchdown following an interception of a Waterfield pass by Clyde Ehrhardt. The Bulldogs’ All-American Frankie Sinkwich powered over from the one-yard line for the lone touchdown in the contest.

Scoring Georgia 0 0 0 9 — 9 UCLA 0 0 0 0 — 0 Attendance: 90,000. Scoring: UGA—Red Boyd blocks Bob Waterfield’s punt for an automatic safety. UGA—Frankie Sinkwich, one-yard run. Leo Costa converts.

Georgia

UCLA

24 61/212 161 30/12/2 91/373

First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Passes Att./Comp./Int. Total Plays/Total Yards

5 26/97 62 15/4/4 41/159

Top Individuals Rushing — Trippi (G) 27-115-0; Snelling (U) 5-41-0; Sinkwich (G) 11-33-1.

Rose Bowl Illinois 45, UCLA 14 • January 1, 1947 The Bruins scored their first ever post-season points when quarterback Ernie Case scored on a sneak to give the Bruins a slim 7-6 first-quarter lead. However, it was the fourth-ranked Illini who tallied quickly and often, outscoring unranked UCLA 39-7 from that point on en route to a 45-14 victory. Illinois dominated the Bruins on the ground, compiling 320 yards to the Bruins 62. UCLA’s Al Hoisch returned Illinois kicker Don Maechtle’s kickoff 103 yards, establishing a Rose Bowl record which still stands today.

Scoring Illinois 6 19 0 20 — 45 UCLA 7 7 0 0 — 14 Attendance: 93, 000. Scoring: IL—Julius Rykovich, one-yard run. Kick failed. UCLA—Ernie Case, one-yard sneak. Case converts. IL—Buddy Young, two-yard run. Don Maechtle converts. IL—Paul Patterson four-yard run. Kick failed. IL—Perry Moss one-yard sneak. Kick blocked. UCLA—Al Hoisch returns Maechtle’s kickoff 103 yards. Case converts. IL— Young, one-yard run. Maechtle converts. IL—Ruck Steger, 68-yard interception return. Kick failed. IL—Stan Green, 20-yard interception return. Maechtle converts.

Illinois

UCLA

23 64/320 78 15/4/2 79/398

First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Passes Att./Comp./Int. Total Plays/Total Yards

12 32/62 176 29/13/4 61/238

Top Individuals Rushing — Rykovich (I) 18-103-1; Young (I) 20-103-2; Patterson (I) 5-57-1; Hoisch (U) 4-27-0; Rossi (U) 10-23-0; Passing — Case (U) 24-11-2-165-0; Moss (I) 8-3-0-65-0.

Rose Bowl Michigan State 28, UCLA 20 • January 1, 1954 Fifth-ranked UCLA completely dominated the first half of the game and capitalized on two Spartan fumbles to score the first 14 points in the contest. However, a missed blocking assignment allowed MSU’s Ellis Duckett room to block a Paul Cameron kick and score from the Bruin six-yard line with 4:45 left in the half. The Bruins left the field at halftime ahead 14-7 after allowing No. 3 Michigan State only one completed pass, for a seven-yard loss, and a net gain of 56 total yards. MSU outscored the Bruins 14-0 afer two long third quarter drives to grab a 21-14 lead. After another Spartan fumble, Cameron connected on a 28-yard pass to Rommie Loudd who made a great leaping catch. The reception pulled the Bruins to within one point, 21-20 with 12:36 to play in the fourth quarter. UCLA failed on its conversion attempt, leaving the Spartans clinging to a one-point lead. Bruin hopes of regaining the lead were thwarted when Billy Wells returned a Cameron punt 62 yards for a touchdown with 4:51 left in the game.

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U C L A’ S B O W L T R A D I T I O N • Weather: Sunny. Attendance: 100,500. Scoring: UCLA—Bill Stits 13-yard pass from Paul Cameron. John Hermann converts. UCLA—Cameron, two-yard run. Hermann converts. MSU—Ellis Duckett, six-yard blocked punt return. Evan Slonac converts. MSU—LeRoy Bolden, one-yard run. Slonac converts. MSU—Billy Wells, two-yard run. Slonac converts. UCLA—Rommie Loudd, 28-yard pass from Cameron passes 28 yards to Rommie Loudd. Kick failed. MSU—Wells, 62-yard punt return. Slonac converts.

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UCLA 14, Michigan State 12 • January 1, 1966

16 40/90 152 24/9/2 64/242

Fifth-ranked UCLA earned its first Rose Bowl victory by upsetting No. 1-ranked and previously unbeaten, Michigan State. Quarterback Gary Beban ran for two touchdowns and threw for 147 yards in leading the Bruins to victory. UCLA took a 7-0 lead on the first play of the second quarter on a one-yard run by Beban after John Erquiaga had recovered a fumbled punt return. A successful onside kick was recovered by Dallas Grider at the MSU 42-yard line. A 21-yard run by Mel Farr and a 20-yard pass from Beban to Kurt Altenberg gave the Bruins the ball at the one-yard line. On the next play, with 11:50 left in the first half, Beban sneaked in for a touchdown and a 14-0 lead. Michigan State finally got on the scoreboard in the fourth quarter when Bob Apisa scored on a 38-yard run at the 6:13 mark but the Spartans failed on a two-point pass attempt. On the next series, Bubba Smith partially blocked Larry Cox’s punt to give MSU the ball at the UCLA 49. Steve Juday finished off a 14-play scoring drive with a one-yard sneak with 31 seconds to play. Bob Stiles and Grider stopped Apisa short of the goal line on the two-point try.

14 53/195 11 10/2/1 63/206

First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Passes Att./Comp./Int. Total Plays/Total Yards

Top Individuals Rushing — Wells (M) 14-80-1; Bolden (M) 14-52-1; Stits (U) 5-250; Davenport (U) 8-22-0; Dailey (U) 7-20-0; Villaneuva (U) 5-17-0; Passing — Cameron (U) 22-9-1-152-2; Yewcic (M) 8-2-1-11-0; Receiving — Stits (U) 2-46-1; Hermann (U) 2-15-0; Heydenfeldt (U) 1-33-0; Loudd (U) 1-28-1; Bolden (M) 1-18-0.

Rose Bowl Michigan State 17, UCLA 14 • January 1, 1956 David Kaiser’s field goal with seven seconds remaining provided a sensational finish to a spectacular game as the second-ranked Spartans earned a 17-14 decision over fourth-ranked UCLA. The Bruins scored first when fullback Bob Davenport scored from the two-yard line four plays after Jim Decker picked off an Earl Morral pass. Michigan State scored the next two touchdowns but the Bruins tied the score at 14 in the fourth quarter when Doug Peters dove over from the one-yard line. With time running out in the game, UCLA was called for an intentional grounding infraction which pushed the ball back to its own one-yard line. A poor punt gave the Spartans the ball at the UCLA 40. However, the Bruins were cited for interference with the kick returner and the Spartans received the ball at the Bruin 19, setting up Kaiser’s gamewinning 41-yard field goal.

Scoring Michigan State 0 7 0 10 — 17 UCLA 7 0 0 7 — 14 Attendance: 100,809. Scoring: UCLA—Bob Davenport, two-yard run. Jim Decker converts. MSU—Clarence Peaks, 13-yard pass from Earl Morral. Gerald Planutis converts. MSU—John Lewis, 67-yard pass from Peaks. Planutis converts. UCLA—Doug Peters, one-yard run. Decker converts. MSU—David Kaiser, 41-yard field goal.

Michigan State 18 50/251 33 18/6/2 68/381

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Scoring Michigan State 0 0 0 12 — 12 UCLA 0 14 0 0 — 14 Weather: Sunny 65º. Attendance: 100,087. Scoring: UCLA—Gary Beban, one-yard run. Kurt Zimmerman converts. UCLA—Beban, one-yard run. Zimmerman converts. MSU— Bob Apisa, 38-yard run. Steve Juday’s pass failed. MSU—Juday, one-yard run. Apisa run failed.

Michigan State 13 46/204 110 22/8/3 68/314

UCLA First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Passes Att./Comp./Int. Total Plays/Total Yards

10 41/65 147 20/8/0 61/212

Top Individuals Rushing — C. Jones (M) 20-113-0; Apisa (M) 4-49-1; Lee (M) 15-41-0; Farr (U) 10-36-0; Beban (U) 25-14-2; Horgan (U) 5-12-0. Passing — Beban (U) 20-8-0-147-0; Juday (M) 18-6-3-80-0; Raye (M) 4-2-0-30-0. Receiving — Washington (M) 4-81-0; Altenberg (U) 3-55-0; Nelson (U) 2-29-0.

UCLA First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Passes Att./Comp./Int. Total Plays/Total Yards

13 42/136 61 10/2/1 52/197

Top Individuals Rushing — Kowalczyk (M) 13-88-0; Planutis (M) 12-66-0; S. Brown (U) 14-63-0; Davenport (U) 10-26; Passing — Knox (U) 8-2-1-61-0; Morral (M) 15-4-2-38-1; Peaks (M) 2-1-0-67-1; Receiving — Peaks (M) 3-40-1; Decker (U) 1-47; Loudd (U) 1-14.

Rose Bowl Minnesota 21, UCLA 3 • January 1, 1962 With 16 players returning from their 1961 Rose Bowl loss, the Golden Gophers were primed and ready for the 1962 renewal, and they used that experience to defeat the Bruins, 21-3. The Bruins opened the scoring when Bobby Smith kicked a 28-yard field goal at the 8:40 mark of the first quarter. However, that was all the offense the Bruins could muster and Minnesota scored touchdowns in the first, second, and fourth quarters.

Scoring Minnesota 7 7 0 7 — 21 UCLA 3 0 0 0 — 3 Weather: Sunny. Attendance: 98,214. Scoring: UCLA—Bobby Smith, 28-yard field goal. MINN—Sandy Stephens, one-yard run. Tom Loechler converts. MINN—Bill Munsey, three-yard run. Loechler converts. MINN—Stephens, two-yard run. Loechler converts.

Minnesota 21 55/222 75 11/7/0 66/297

Rushing — Alexander (U) 10-48-0; Stephens (M) 12-46-2; Dickson (M) 12-45-0; Smith (U) 10-8-0. Passing — Stephens (M) 11-7-075-0; B. Smith (U) 5-2-0-22-0; Singleton (U) 2-2-0-18-0. Receiving — Alexander (U) 3-26-0; Cairns (M) 2-24-0; Zeno (U) 1-14-0; Hauck 1-12-0.

UCLA First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Passes Att./Comp./Int. Total Plays/Total Yards

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Rose Bowl UCLA 23, Ohio State 10 • January 1, 1976 On Jan. 1, 1976, the 11th-ranked Bruins returned to Pasadena to take on Woody Hayes’ top-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes and two-time Heisman Trophy winner Archie Griffin. During a first half in which Ohio State had the ball for 20 of the 24 minutes, kicker Tom Klaban provided the only points with a second-quarter field goal, giving the Buckeyes a 3-0 halftime lead. The Bruins tied the game early in the third quarter on a 33-yard field goal by Brett White. On UCLA’s next possession, John Sciarra and Wally Henry hooked up on a 16-yard touchdown play. Late in the third quarter, Sciarra and Henry combined for a 67-yard touchdown play. OSU’s Pete Johnson countered with a three-yard touchdown but Wendell Tyler, who rushed for 172 yards, countered with a 54-yard touchdown. Sciarra was named Rose Bowl MVP for completing 13-of-19 passes for 212 yards and two touchdowns.

Scoring Ohio State 3 0 0 7 — 10 UCLA 0 0 16 7 — 23 Weather: Clear 60º. Attendance: 105,464. Scoring: OSU—Tom Klaban, 42-yard field goal. UCLA—Brett White, 33-yard field goal. UCLA—Wally Henry, 16-yard pass from John Sciarra. White kick failed. UCLA—Henry, 67-yard pass from Sciarra. White converts. OSU—Pete Johnson, three-yard run. Klaban converts. UCLA—Wendell Tyler, 54-yard run. White converts.

Ohio State 20 51/208 90 18/7/2 69/298

UCLA First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Passes Att./Comp./Int. Total Plays/Total Yards

19 47/202 212 19/13/2 66/414

Top Individuals Rushing — Tyler (U) 21-172-1; Griffin (O) 17-93-0; Johnson (O) 19-70-1. Passing — Sciarra (U) 19-13-2-212-2; Greene (O) 187-2-90-0; Receiving — Henry (U) 5-113-2; Andersen (U) 3-39-0; Baschnagel (O) 3-26-0.

Liberty Bowl Alabama 36, UCLA 6 • December 20, 1976 The 1976 Liberty Bowl marked the first time the Bruins participated in a bowl game other than the Rose, but were soundly defeated by the Crimson Tide in a game played in windy and near-freezing conditions. No. 16 Alabama took control early, scoring 17 first quarter points on a Bruin team that had allowed only 23 all year. Alabama pulled away to a 30-0 lead before running back Theotis Brown dashed 61-yards for the lone score by the No. 7 Bruins. UCLA totaled 380 offensive yards, but commited four turnovers and was stopped on downs inside the Alabama five-yard line on two occasions. Brown (1,092) and Wendell Tyler (1,003) became the school’s first twin-thousand yard rushers for a season during the contest.

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U C L A’ S B O W L T R A D I T I O N • Weather: 72º (indoors). Attendance: 40,309. Scoring: MICH—Ali Haji-Sheikh, 24-yard field goal. MICH—Anthony Carter, 50-yard pass from Steve Smith. Haji-Sheikh converts. UCLA— Jojo Townsell, 17-yard pass from Tom Ramsey. Norm Johnson converts. MICH—Haji-Sheikh, 47-yard field goal. MICH—Butch Woolfolk, one-yard run. Run failed. UCLA—Tim Wrightman, nine-yard pass from Ramsey. Johnson converts. MICH—Smith, nine-yard run. Haji-Sheikh converts. MICH—B.J. Dickey, five-yard run. Haji-Sheikh converts.

Michigan 25 54/315 168 16/10/0 70/483

UCLA First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Passes Att./Comp./Int. Total Plays/Total Yards

14 33/33 162 26/12/2 61/195

Illinois 16 17/0 205 47/25/4 64/205

UCLA First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Passes Att./Comp./Int. Total Plays/Total Yards

27 52/213 298 31/22/0 83/511

Top Individuals Rushing — Cephous (U) 12-86-0; Nelson (U) 18-69-1. Passing — Neuheisel (U) 31-22-0-298-4; Trudeau (I) 39-23-3-178-1. Receiving — Williams (I) 10-88-0; Rooks (I) 6-35-1; Young (U) 5-129-1; Dorrell (U) 5-61-2. Tackles— Knowles (U) 10; Taylor (U) 7; Rogers (U) 6.

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Alabama 17 7 3 9 — 36 UCLA 0 0 0 6 — 6 Weather: Windy 34º. Attendance: 52,736. Scoring: ALA—Buckey Berrey, 37-yard field goal. ALA—Barry Krauss 44-yard interception return. Berrey converts. ALA—Johnny Davis, two-yard run. Berrey converts. ALA—Jack O’Rear, 20-yard pass from Tony Nathan. Berrey converts. ALA—Berrey, 25-yard field goal. ALA—Berrey, 28-yard goal. UCLA—Theotis Brown 61-yard run. Corral kick failed. ALA—Rick Watson, one-yard run. Berrey pass failed.

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UCLA 39, Miami 37 • January 1, 1985

Rushing — Woolfolk (M) 27-186-1; Smith (M) 10-64-1; Nelson (U) 18-33-0. Passing — Smith (M) 15-9-0-152-1; Ramsey (U) 25-121-162-2. Receiving — Carter (M) 6-127-1; Carney (U) 5-89-0.; Townsell (U) 3-37-1. Tackles — Rogers (U) 13; Montgomery (U) 11.

Alabama

The fifth-ranked Bruins began their record-setting bowl streak by defeating the 19th-ranked Michigan Wolverines, 24-10, in the 1983 Rose Bowl. Earlier in the year, the two teams had played in Ann Arbor and the Bruins had rallied from a 21-0 second-quarter deficit for a 31-27 victory. UCLA, 9-1-1 during the regular season, outscored the Wolverines 10-0 in the first half on Tom Ramsey’s one-yard touchdown run and John Lee’s 39-yard field goal. Michigan closed the gap to three points early in the third quarter, but Danny Andrews countered with a nine-yard touchdown scamper. The Bruins put the game out of reach with just over eight minutes remaining when Blanchard Montgomery intercepted a pass and returned it 11 yards to make the score 24-7. Ramsey was voted Player of the Game, completing 18 of 25 passes for 162 yards.

UCLA, ranked 14th, rallied from a fourth-quarter deficit to earn its third consecutive New Year’s Day victory, defeating 13th-ranked Miami 39-37, in the Fiesta Bowl. Tailback Gaston Green, in his first career start, rushed for 144 yards and scored two touchdowns and was named Offensive Player of the Game. James Washington intercepted his fifth pass of the year to earn Defensive Player of the Game honors. With Miami leading 21-7 in the second quarter, Green’s 72-yard run and two John Lee field goals gave UCLA a 22-21 halftime lead. Miami rallied, taking a 37-36 lead with 2:58 remaining, but Steve Bono moved the Bruins down the field and Lee kicked a 22-yard field goal for the winning points. Miami mounted one last charge but Terry Tumey forced a fumble after a sack of Bernie Kosar to seal the win.

UCLA

23 52/268 104 11/8/0 63/372

First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Passes Att./Comp./Int. Total Plays/Total Yards

17 49/233/1 147 18/10/3 67/380

Top Individuals Rushing — Brown (U) 16-102-1; Nathan (A) 9-67-0; Dankworth (U) 15-60-0; Tyler (U) 17-59-0; Davis (A) 11-59-1. Passing — Dankworth (U) 17-10-3-147-0; Rutledge (A) 7-5-0-53-0. Receiving — Brown (U) 3-24-0; Newsome (A) 2-13-0; Walker (U) 2-44-0; O’Rear (A) 2-16-1; Neal (A) 2-45-0.

Rose Bowl UCLA 24, Michigan 14 • January 1, 1983

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Fiesta Bowl UCLA 10, Arkansas 10 • December 25, 1978 On this Christmas day in Tempe, AZ, the 15th-ranked Bruins and eighthranked Razorbacks played to a 10-10 tie. Running back James Owens ran for 121 yards and Theotis Brown added 84 as offensive standouts for the Bruins. After Arkansas grabbed a 10-0 halftime lead, the Bruin defense took charge, and the offense produced the game-tying points in the second half on a field goal by Peter Boermeester and a 15-yard run by quarterback Steve Bukich, making his only start of the season.

Scoring Arkansas 0 10 0 0 — 10 UCLA 0 0 3 7 — 10 Weather: Sunny 70º. Attendance: 55,202. Scoring: ARK—Roland Sales, four-yard run. Ismael Ordonez converts. ARK—Ordonez, 37-yard field goal. UCLA—Peter Boermeester, 41-yard field goal. UCLA—Steve Bukich, 15-yard run. Boermeester converts.

Arkansas

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19 51/200 78 24/13/2 75/278

First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Passes Att./Comp./Int. Total Plays/Total Yards

14 55/255 61 11/4/2 66/316

Rushing — Owens (U) 17-121-0; Cowins (A) 24-89-0; Brown (U) 11-84-0. Passing — Calcagni (A) 16-11-0-49-0; Bukich (U) 11-4-261-0. Receiving — Clay (A) 3-11-0; Eckwood (A) 3-(-1)-0; Reece (U) 2-36-0. Tackles — Muro (U) 19; Robinson (U) 15; Tuiasosopo (U) 13.

Bluebonnet Bowl Michigan 33, UCLA 14 • December 31, 1981 In what would be their last bowl defeat for over a decade, No. 19 UCLA was held to 33 yards rushing in the 33-14 loss to No. 16 Michigan. Despite its inability to move the ball, UCLA trailed by only five points midway through the final period. With 7:37 remaining in the contest, the Bruins closed to within 19-14 when Tom Ramsey threw his second touchdown pass of the game, 16th of the year, covering nine yards to Tim Wrightman. Michigan answered with a couple of touchdowns in the final five minutes, including one with just eight seconds remaining in the game, to produce the deceptively large final margin.

Scoring 10 0

Michigan 19 38/110 209 34/19/3 72/319

UCLA First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Passes Att./Comp./Int. Total Plays/Total Yards

19 47/181 162 25/18/0 72/343

Top Individuals Rushing — Ricks (M) 23-88-0; Nelson (U) 11-48-0; Cephous (U) 8-46-0; Andrews (U) 12-42-1. Passing — Ramsey (U) 25-18-0162-0; Hall (M) 24-13-2-155-2; Smith (M) 9-6-0-54-0. Receiving — Bergmann (U) 6-48-0; Dunaway (M) 5-110-1; Carter (M) 5-59-0; Townsell (U) 4-45-0. Tackles — Rogers (U) 11; Montgomery (U) 9; Knowles (U) 9.

Rose Bowl UCLA 45, Illinois 9 • January 2, 1984

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Michigan UCLA

Michigan 0 0 7 7 — 14 UCLA 7 3 7 7 — 24 Weather: Clear 70º. Attendance: 104,991. Scoring: UCLA—Tom Ramsey, one-yard run. John Lee converts. UCLA—Lee kicks 39-yard field goal. MICH—Eddie Garrett, one-yard pass from Dave Hall. Ali Haji-Sheikh converts. UCLA—Danny Andrews, nine-yard run. Lee converts. UCLA—Blanchard Montgomery 11-yard interception return. Lee converts. MICH—Dan Rice, fouryard pass from Hall. Haji-Sheikh converts.

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Unranked UCLA won its fourth straight Rose Bowl, upsetting highly-favored No. 4 Illinois (10-1 entering the game). Quarterback Rick Neuheisel, who was ill the previous night, was the star, completing 22 of 31 passes for 298 yards and four touchdowns. Don Rogers’ interception 43 seconds into the game led to Neuheisel’s first TD pass, a three-yarder to Paul Bergmann. After an Illini field goal made the score 7-3, UCLA scored 21 points in the next eight minutes. Kevin Nelson ran 28 yards for a score, Neuheisel found Karl Dorrell with a 16-yard TD pass following another Rogers interception and Mike Young’s 53-yard touchdown reception made it 28-3 at intermission. Neuheisel tossed another touchdown pass to Dorrell in the second half and the Bruins added one more touchdown to make the final score 45-9.

Scoring Illinois 0 3 0 6 — 9 UCLA 7 21 10 7 — 45 Weather: Sunny 84º. Attendance: 103,217. Scoring: UCLA—Paul Bergmann, three-yard pass from Rick Neuheisel. John Lee converts. IL—Chris White, 41-yard field goal. UCLA—Kevin Nelson 28-yard run. Lee converts. UCLA—Karl Dorrell, 16-yard pass from Neuheisel. Lee converts. UCLA—Mike Young, 53-yard pass from Neuheisel. Lee converts. UCLA—Dorrell, 15-yard pass from Neuheisel. Lee converts. UCLA—Lee, 29-yard field goal. IL—Thomas Rooks, five-yard pass from Jack Trudeau. Pass failed. UCLA—Bryan Wiley, eight-yard run. Lee converts.

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Scoring Miami 14 7 3 13 — 37 UCLA 7 15 7 10 — 39 Weather: Sunny 51º. Attendance: 60,310. Scoring: UCLA—Gaston Green, six-yard run. John Lee converts. MIA—Darryl Oliver 34-yard run. Greg Cox converts. MIA—Ed Brown, 68-yard punt return. Cox converts. MIA—Brian Blades, 48-yard pass from Bernie Kosar. Cox converts. UCLA—Green 72-yard run. Lee converts. UCLA—Shinnick tallies safety. UCLA—Lee, 51-yard field goal. UCLA—Lee, 33-yard field goal. MIA—Cox, 31-yard field goal. UCLA—Mike Sherrard, 10-yard pass from Steve Bono. Lee converts. UCLA—Mike Young, 33-yard pass from Bono. Lee converts. MIA—Melvin Bratton, 19-yard run. Kosar pass failed. MIA—Bratton, three-yard pass from Kosar. Cox converts. UCLA—Lee kicks 22-yard field goal.

Miami 23 33/129 294 44/31/1 77/423

UCLA First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Passes Att./Comp./Int. Total Plays/Total Yards

20 44/161 243 27/18/0 61/404

Top Individuals Rushing — Green (U) 21-144-2; Oliver (M) 8-75-1; Bratton (M) 1256-2. Passing — Bono (U) 27-18-0-243-2; Kosar (M) 44-31-1-2942. Receiving — Bratton (M) 9-42-1; W. Smith (M) 8-61-0; Sherrard (U) 5-94-1; Green (U) 5-47-0. Tackles — Price (U) 10; Taylor (U) 8; Washington (U) 7.

Rose Bowl UCLA 45, Iowa 28 • January 1, 1986 Redshirt freshman Eric Ball rushed for 227 yards, the second highest total in Rose Bowl annals, and four touchdowns to lead 13th-ranked UCLA to a 45-28 victory, its fourth in as many years on New Year’s Day. The tailback was not the only star of the day. Junior quarterback Matt Stevens, starting in place of injured David Norrie, completed 16 of 26 passes for 189 yards and one touchdown and scored UCLA’s last TD on a fourth-quarter sneak. James Washington, Tommy Taylor and Ken Norton, with 10 tackles each, led a Bruin defense that limited the fourth-ranked Hawkeyes to 13 points during a 45-minute span in which the Bruin offense was scoring 45 points.

Scoring Iowa 7 3 7 11 — 28 UCLA 10 14 7 14 — 45 Weather: Overcast 71º. Attendance: 103,292. Scoring: IOWA—David Hudson, one-yard run. Rob Houghtlin converts. UCLA—Eric Ball, 30-yard run. John Lee converts. UCLA—Lee, 42-yard field goal. IOWA—Houghtlin, 24-yard field goal. UCLA—Ball, 40-yard run. Lee converts. UCLA—Ball, six-yard run. Lee converts. IOWA—Chuck Long four-yard run. Houghtlin converts. UCLA—Mike Sherrard, six-yard pass from Matt Stevens. Lee converts. UCLA— Ball, 32-yard run. Lee converts. IOWA—Houghtlin, 52-yard field goal. UCLA—Stevens, one-yard run. Lee converts. IOWA—Bill Happel, 11-yard pass from Long. Harmon run.

• Iowa 25 34/82 319 38/29/1 72/401

UCLA First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Passes Att./Comp./Int. Total Plays/Total Yards

29 55/299 189 26/16/1 81/488

Top Individuals Rushing — Ball (U) 22-227-4; R. Harmon (I) 14-55-0; Hudson (I) 13-53-1; Green (U) 13-46-0. Passing — Long (I) 37-29-1-319-1; Stevens (U) 26-16-1-189-1. Receiving — R. Harmon (I) 11-102-0; Happel (I) 6-89-1; Sherrard (U) 4-48-1; Dorrell (U) 3-59-0. Tackles — Washington (U) 10; Norton (U) 10; Taylor (U) 10.

Freedom Bowl For the fifth consecutive year, No. 15 UCLA capped a successful campaign with a post-season victory, defeating BYU, 31-10. Tailback Gaston Green had a record-setting performance against the Cougars and the Bruin defense held BYU without a touchdown until just under two minutes remained in the contest. Green scored three touchdowns and passed for a fourth en route to setting a major-bowl record with 266 net yards rushing. By the end of the third quarter, he had already rushed for 262 yards and three scores. UCLA led just 7-3 at halftime, but the Bruins broke the game open with 17 third-quarter points.

Scoring BYU 3 0 0 7 — 10 UCLA 7 0 17 7 — 31 Weather: Clouds 68º. Attendance: 55,422. Scoring: BYU—Leonard Chitty, 32-yard field goal. UCLA—Gaston Green three-yard run. Dave Franey converts. UCLA—Green, one-yard run. Franey converts. UCLA—Franey, 49-yard field goal. UCLA— Green, 79-yard run. Franey converts. UCLA—Karl Dorrell, 13-yard pass from Green. Franey converts. BYU—Bruce Hansen three-yard run. Chitty converts.

18 43/73 221 43/25/3 86/294

UCLA First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Passes Att./Comp./Int. Total Plays/Total Yards

19 49/423 95 21/8/1 70/518

Top Individuals Rushing — Green (U) 33-266-3; Greenwood (U) 5-104-0; Heimuli (B) 11-40-0; B. Hansen (B) 8-36-1. Passing — Jensen (B) 31-18-3124-0; Stevens (U) 20-7-1-82-0. Receiving — Heimuli (B) 8-66-0; Dorrell (U) 6-83-1; Parker (B) 5-27-0. Tackles — Norton (U) 17; Lake (U) 11; Bolin (U) 10; Wahler (U) 9.

Aloha Bowl UCLA 20, Florida 16 • December 25, 1987 UCLA became only the fifth school in college football history to win six consecutive bowl games with its 20-16 triumph over Florida in the Aloha Bowl. Florida built a 10-3 lead in the second quarter, but the 10th-ranked Bruins mounted an 81-yard drive over the final four minutes which resulted in Brian Brown’s one-yard TD run with three seconds remaining in the half. The Bruins took the lead for good with 1:18 remaining in the third quarter as tailback Danny Thompson grabbed a tipped pass in the end zone for a 17-10 lead. Velasco’s second field goal of the contest made the score 20-10, but Kerwin Bell’s second touchdown pass of the day, with 7:51 remaining, closed the gap to four points, 20-16.

Scoring Florida 7 3 0 6 — 16 UCLA 3 7 7 3 — 20 Weather: Sunny 78º. Attendance: 24,839. Scoring: UCLA—Alfredo Velasco, 34-yard field goal. FLA—Stacey Simmons, seven-yard pass from Kerwin Bell. Robert McGinty converts. FLA—McGinty, 32-yard field goal. UCLA—Brian Brown, oneyard run. Velasco converts. UCLA—Danny Thompson, five-yard pass from Troy Aikman. Velasco converts. UCLA—Velasco, 32-yard field goal. FLA—Anthony Williams, 14-yard pass from Bell. Kick blocked.

Florida 24 38/185 188 38/19/0 76/373

UCLA First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Passes Att./Comp./Int. Total Plays/Total Yards

Cotton Bowl

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UCLA 17, Arkansas 3 • January 2, 1989 UCLA became the first school in college football history to win seven consecutive bowl games with its 17-3 triumph over Arkansas in the Cotton Bowl. In addition, Terry Donahue became the first coach in history to accomplish that feat. No. 9 UCLA built a 14-0 halftime lead on a one-yard run by Mark Estwick and Troy Aikman’s one-yard pass to Corwin Anthony. Eighth-ranked Arkansas got on the board late in the third quarter when Kendall Trainor kicked a 49-yard field goal. UCLA’s Alfredo Velasco countered with a 32-yard three-pointer with just under six minutes remaining in the game. UCLA held Arkansas to just 42 net yards and four first downs on 36 plays. Tailback Shawn Wills became the first freshman in the history of the Cotton Bowl game to rush for over 100 yards (120).

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UCLA 31, BYU 10 • December 30, 1986

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15 41/48 173 30/19/2 71/221

Top Individuals Rushing — Smith (F) 17-128-0; Ball (U) 23-49-0; W. Williams (F) 8-43-0; Brown (U) 10-29-1. Passing — Aikman (U) 30-19-0-173-1; Bell (F) 38-19-0-188-2. Receiving — Anderson (U) 4-52-0; Smith (F) 4-19-0; Snead (F) 3-62-0; Pickert (U) 3-37-0. Tackles — Washington (U) 12; Johnson (U) 11; Dial (U) 10.

Arkansas 0 0 3 0 — 3 UCLA 0 14 0 3 — 17 Weather: Cloudy 65º. Attendance: 74,304. Scoring: UCLA—Mark Estwick, one-yard run. Alfredo Velasco converts. UCLA—Corwin Anthony, one-yard pass from Troy Aikman. Velasco converts. ARK—Kendall Trainor, 49-yard field goal. UCLA— Velasco, 32-yard field goal.

Arkansas 4 22/21 21 14/4/1 36/42

UCLA First Downs Carries/Net Yards Net Yards Passing Passes Att./Comp./Int. Total Plays/Total Yards

22 55/199 172 27/19/1 82/371

Top Individuals Rushing — Wills (U) 18-120-0; Brown (U) 16-56-0; Grovey (A) 7-190. Passing — Aikman (U) 27-19-1-172-1; Grovey (A) 7-2-0-10-0. Receiving — Farr (U) 4-48-0; McCracken (U) 2-16-0. Tackles — Kline (U) 8; Davis (U) 6; Wahler (U) 6.

Hancock Bowl

UCLA 3 0 0 13 — 16 Wisconsin 7 7 0 7 — 21 Weather: Haze 73º. Attendance: 101,237. Scoring: UCLA—Bjorn Merten, 27-yard field goal. WISC—Brent Moss three-yard run. Rick Schnetzky converts. WISC—Moss, one-yard run. Schnetzky converts. UCLA—Ricky Davis 12-yard run. Merten converts. WISC—Darrell Bevell 21-yard run. Schnetzky converts. UCLA—Mike Nguyen, five-yard pass from Wayne Cook. Pass failed.

Wisconsin 21 46/250 96 20/10/1 66/346

UCLA First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Passes Att./Comp./Int. Total Plays/Total Yards

31 40/212 288 43/28/1 83/500

Top Individuals Rushing — Moss (W) 36-158-2; Davis (U) 13-88-1; Hicks (U) 8-670. Passing — Cook (U) 43-28-1-288-1; Bevell (W) 20-10-1-96-0. Receiving — Stokes (U) 14-176-0; Dawkins (W) 4-33-0; Allen (U) 4-32-0; Jordan (U) 3-34-0. Tackles — Miller (U) 9; Bennett (U) 8; Collier (U) 8.

Aloha Bowl Kansas 51, UCLA 30 • December 25, 1995 It was Terry Donahue’s final game as head coach of the Bruins, but 11thranked Kansas dominated it from the start. The Jayhawks, moving the ball on the ground and in the air, built a 17-0 halftime lead en route to the victory. Early in the third quarter, Kansas built the lead to 23 points. The unranked Bruins came back to put numbers on the scoreboard. A Cade McNown touchdown pass to Brad Melsby capped a 10-play, 80-yard drive that narrowed the Kansas lead to 23-7. Trailing 37-7 entering the fourth quarter, the Bruins staged a fourth-quarter rally that made things interesting. Behind the passing and scrambling of McNown, the Bruins scored 23 points in the quarter but it wasn’t enough to avert defeat.

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UCLA 6, Illinois 3 • December 31, 1991 No. 22 UCLA increased its record of consecutive bowl victories to eight with a 6-3 victory over Illinois in the John Hancock Bowl. UCLA took a 3-0 lead in the first quarter on a 32-yard Louis Perez field goal, after Michael Williams blocked a punt by Illinois’ Forrey Wells. Illinois tied the score in the third quarter on a 27-yard field goal by Chris Richardson. The game remained tied until the fourth quarter, when the Bruin special teams unit came through again, with senior Randy Cole recovering a fumbled punt by Filmel Johnson on the Illini 11-yard line to set up a game-winning 19-yard field goal by Perez. The Illini took the ensuing kickoff and drove all the way to the UCLA 29, but were stopped when senior linebacker Stacy Argo intercepted a Jason Verduzco pass and returned it to the UCLA 34. Linebacker Arnold Ale, who made a firstquarter goal-line interception, was named the game’s MVP.

UCLA 0 0 7 23 — 30 Kansas 7 10 20 14 — 51 Weather: Sunny 84º. Attendance: 41,112. Scoring: KU—Jim Moore, nine-yard pass from Mark Williams. Jeff McCord converts. KU—June Henley, 49-yard run. McCord converts. KU—McCord, 27-yard field goal. KU—Henley, two-yard run. McCord kick fails. UCLA—Brad Melsby, eight-yard pass from Cade McNown. Bjorn Merten converts. KU—Isaac Byrd, 77-yard pass from Williams. McCord converts. KU—Andre Carter, 27-yard pass from Williams. McCord converts. UCLA—Kevin Jordan, eight-yard pass from McNown. Merten converts. UCLA—Karim Abdul-Jabbar, five-yard run. Melsby pass from McNown. KU—Williams, six-yard run. McCord converts. UCLA—Melsby, seven-yard pass from McNown. AbdulJabbar run. KU—Eric Vann, 67-yard run. McCord converts.

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Illinois 0 0 3 0 — 3 UCLA 3 0 0 3 — 6 Weather: Clear 57º. Attendance: 42,281. Scoring: UCLA—Louis Perez, 32-yard field goal. IL—Chris Richardson, 27-yard field goal. UCLA—Perez,19-yard field goal.

21 45/286 136 38/15/0 83/395

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Top Individuals

19 26/119 189 38/17/3 64/308

UCLA First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Passes Att./Comp./Int. Total Plays/Total Yards

14 41/92 176 28/17/1 69/268

KU First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Passes Att./Comp./Int. Total Plays/Total Yards

21 43/277 292 28/19/1 71/548

Rushing — Abdul-Jabbar (U) 26-152-1; Henley (K) 13-108-2; McNown (U) 11-82-0; Vann (K) 5-78-1. Passing — Williams (K) 27-18-3-288-1; McNown (U) 34-13-3-121-0; R. Walker (U) 4-2-015-0. Receiving — Byrd (K) 4-116-1; Henley (K) 3-41-0; Melsby (U) 5-35-2; Abdul-Jabbar (U) 4-34-0. Tackles — Williams (U), 8; Bennett (U), Edwards (U), Nevadomsky (U) 5.

Top Individuals Rushing — Feagin (I) 12-71-0; Williams (U) 23-52-0; Carter (U) 6-22-0. Passing — Maddox (U) 28-17-1-176-0; Verduzco (I) 3817-3-189-0. Receiving — Wright (I) 9-94-0; LaChapelle (U) 5-69-0; Davis (U) 4-41-0; Bell (I) 4-19-0; Williams (U) 3-13-0. Tackles — Darby (U) 8; Henderson (U) 5; Cole (U) 5.

Rose Bowl Wisconsin 21, UCLA 16 • January 1, 1994 UCLA was playing in its 10th bowl in 13 seasons, but despite a recordsetting performance by receiver J.J. Stokes, the 14th-ranked Bruins were unable to pull out a victory against the ninth-ranked Badgers. Putting the finishing touches on his All-American season, Stokes set Rose Bowl records for receptions (14) and receiving yards (176) in the Bruins’ losing effort. Playing only days after a serious bout with the flu caused him to miss three practices during game week, UCLA quarterback Wayne Cook passed for 288 yards while completing 28 passes, the third-highest total in school history at the time. UCLA trailed most of the game, but pulled to within five points with 3:38 remaining in the game. On its next possession, UCLA moved from its own 38-yard line to the Badger 15-yard line as the clock ticked away the final seconds.

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Cotton Bowl UCLA 29, Texas A&M 23 • January 1, 1998 In their first bowl game under second-year coach Bob Toledo, the No. 5 Bruins fell behind 16-0 before making a dramatic second half comeback to beat 20th-ranked Texas A&M, 29-23. Trailing 16-0 late in the first half, the Bruins faced a third-and-thirteen at the Aggie 42 with twenty-four seconds to go. McNown hit Danny Farmer over the middle with a twenty-yard pass, and two plays later, hit Jim McElroy for a touchdown with two seconds to go before halftime. On UCLA’s first possession of the second half, Skip Hicks took a McNown pass 41 yards to cut the deficit to 16-14. Hicks would finish the day with 193 all-purpose yards (140 on the ground and 53 receiving). After an Aggie touchdown, McNown’s 20-yard touchdown run made the score 23-21. In the fourth quarter, the Bruins defense stepped it up. The Aggies had no first downs in the fourth quarter and had minus-one yard of total offense. The Bruins finally took the lead when Ryan Neufeld took a reverse and ran five yards into the end zone. McNown carried in the two-point conversion and it was 29-23 UCLA. The Bruins stopped the Aggies on their final two possessions and ran out the clock for the win.

• Scoring UCLA 0 7 14 8 — 29 Texas A&M 7 9 7 0 — 23 Weather: Cloudy 53º. Attendance: 59,215. Scoring: A&M—Brandon Jennings, 64-yard interception return after lateral from Dat Nguyen. Kyle Bryant converts. A&M—Safety, Cade McNown sacked in end zone by Zerick Rollins. A&M—Dante Hall, 74-yard run. Bryant converts. UCLA—Jim McElroy, 22-yard pass from McNown. Chris Sailer converts. UCLA—Skip Hicks, 41-yard pass from McNown. Sailer converts. A&M—Chris Cole, 43-yard run. Bryant converts. UCLA—McNown, 20-yard run. Sailer converts. UCLA—Ryan Neufeld, five-yard run. McNown runs for conversion.

UCLA 23 48/154 239 30/16/1 78/393

Texas A&M First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing. Net Yards Passing Passes Att/Comp/Int. Total Plays/Total Yards

10 40/192 55 14/7/1 54/247

Top Individuals Rushing — Hicks (U) 31-140-0; Hall (T) 7-93-1. Passing — McNown (U) 16-29-1-239-2; Stewart (T) 4-8-0-30-0; McCown (T) 3-61-25-0. Receiving — McElroy (U) 5-84-1; Farmer (U) 4-40-0; Hicks (U) 3-53-1; Cole (T) 4-32-0; Oliver (T) 3-23. Tackles — Magee (U) 12, Williams (U) 10, Willmer (U) 9, Guidry (U) 8.

Rose Bowl Wisconsin 38, UCLA 31 • January 1, 1999 Despite setting the single team Rose Bowl record for total yards, the sixthranked Bruins were unable to overcome Ron Dayne’s four touchdowns as No. 9 Wisconsin defeated the Bruins 38-31 in front of 93,872. Both teams started slowly offensively before exploding midway through the first quarter. The teams would shatter the old record of 9