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TABLE OF CONTENTS The UCLA Experience ..................................... I - XXXII 2010 UCLA Schedule .......................................................................................................... 1 Quick Facts ............................................................................................................................ 2

The Coaching Staff

Head Coach Rick Neuheisel ............................................................................................ 3 Assistant Coach and Staff Biographies ............................................................................ 6

The 2010 Bruins

The 2009 Outlook .............................................................................................................17 Returning Player Biographies ...........................................................................................21 Incoming Player Biographies ............................................................................................57 Status of Players..................................................................................................................61 Alphabetical Roster ...........................................................................................................62 In-Season Birthdays............................................................................................................63 Numerical Roster ..............................................................................................................64 Pronunciation Guide..........................................................................................................65 2009 Depth Chart .............................................................................................................66

2010 Opponents

2009 Opponents ................................................................................................................67 2009 Opponent Schedules ...............................................................................................69 2009 Pacific-10 Schedule ..................................................................................................69 UCLA vs. All-Time Opponents .......................................................................................70

2009 In Review

Team and Individual Statistics ..........................................................................................77 Team Game-By-Game Statistics......................................................................................79 Individual Game-By-Game Statistics ..............................................................................80 Game-By-Game Starters ..................................................................................................82 Bruin Honors ......................................................................................................................83 Pacific-10 Standings............................................................................................................85 All-Pacific-10 Team .............................................................................................................85 Game Summaries ...............................................................................................................86 The Last Time .....................................................................................................................90

UCLA Records Section

UCLA Career Leaders ......................................................................................................91 UCLA Single Season Leaders ..........................................................................................92 UCLA Individual School Records ...................................................................................94 UCLA Bowl Records .........................................................................................................95 UCLA Team Records .........................................................................................................96 Big Offensive Days .............................................................................................................96 UCLA Opponent Records ...............................................................................................97 UCLA Memorable Performers .......................................................................................98 Opponent Top Games .....................................................................................................100 Yearly Leaders - Individual .............................................................................................101

UCLA Football Tradition & History

UCLA in the NFL .............................................................................................................103 Bruins in the Super Bowl................................................................................................104 UCLA’s First-Round Draft Choices .............................................................................104 UCLA’s All-Time Professional Roster..........................................................................105 UCLA’s Team-By-Team All-Time NFL Roster ............................................................108

UCLA’s Draft List — 1963-Present .............................................................................110 The 1954 Bruins — National Champions ..................................................................113 Bruins in the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame ......................................114 Bruins in the Pro Football Hall of Fame......................................................................115 All-American Bruins ........................................................................................................116 All-American Bruin Biographies....................................................................................117 UCLA and the Heisman Trophy ....................................................................................125 Gary Beban — 1967 Heisman Trophy Winner ..........................................................126 Troy Aikman — 1988 Davey O’Brien Award Winner ..............................................127 Cade McNown — 1998 Johnny Unitas Award Winner...........................................127 Jonathan Ogden — 1995 Outland Trophy Winner ...................................................128 Kris Farris — 1998 Outland Trophy Winner .............................................................128 Marcedes Lewis — 2005 Mackey Award Winner .....................................................129 Kai Forbath — 2010 Groza Award Winner ...............................................................129 Retired Jersey Numbers .................................................................................................130 All-Coast/Conference Bruins ........................................................................................131 UCLA’s Top Players by Position ....................................................................................132 Bruin Classroom All-Stars ..............................................................................................141 UCLA’s Bowl Tradition....................................................................................................142 Great Comebacks ............................................................................................................150 UCLA Football Lettermen .............................................................................................151 Freshmen and Four-Year Starters.................................................................................154 UCLA’s Game-By-Game Scores ...................................................................................155 UCLA’s Year-By-Year Record .........................................................................................159 UCLA Coaching Superlatives ........................................................................................160 UCLA vs. No. 1; UCLA as No. 1 ...................................................................................160 UCLA’s League Champion Teams .................................................................................161 UCLA Players in All-Star Games...................................................................................164 UCLA’s Assistant Coaches .............................................................................................165 UCLA’s Football Attendance .........................................................................................166 UCLA Traditions ...............................................................................................................167

General Information

UCLA on Radio/TV .........................................................................................................169 UCLA Media Outlets ......................................................................................................169 News Media Information................................................................................................170 Athletic Director Daniel G. Guerrero ........................................................................171 UCLA’s Athletic Accomplishments...............................................................................173 UCLA’s 127 National Championships; 106 NCAA Championships.....................174 UCLA’s 2009-2010 NCAA Championship.................................................................174 Chancellor Gene Block ..................................................................................................175 Faculty Athletic Representative Donald Morrison ...................................................175 A Look at UCLA ..............................................................................................................176 The Legacy of UCLA’s Jackie Robinson ......................................................................177 UCLA’s Fabulous Alumni ................................................................................................178 UCLA’s Sports Illustrated Covers ................................................................................179 UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame ..........................................................................................180 The Rose Bowl .................................................................................................................181 Wooden Athletic Fund/Athletics Endowment ...........................................................182 The Pac-10 Conference ..................................................................................................183 2009-2010 Bowl Schedule and Information ...............................................................184 Athletic Department Staff ..............................................................................................185

QUICK FACTS Location ..............................................................................Los Angeles, CA 90095-1639 Colors ...................................................................Blue (PMS 285) and Gold (PMS 123) Conference ........................................................................................................... Pacific-10 Enrollment...................................................................................................................38,500 Nickname .................................................................................................................... Bruins Chancellor...................................................................................................Dr. Gene Block Faculty Athletic Representative ..........................................................Donald Morrison Director of Athletics.........................................................................Daniel G. Guerrero Head Football Coach ................................................................................ Rick Neuheisel Neuheisel’s Record at UCLA...........................................................................Third year Neuheisel’s Career Record ................................................................. 77-44 in 10 years 2009 Record/Rank .................................................................................................... 7-6/na 2009 Pac-10 Record (Finish)......................................................................... 3-6 (eighth) Lettermen Returning ................................................. 42 (41 from 2009, 1 from 2008) Lettermen Not Returning .............................................................................................. 24

Starters Returning .......................................................7 offense, 5 defense, 3 specialist Starters Not Returning ..............................................4 offense, 6 defense, 0 specialist Offensive Formation .............................................................................................. Multiple Defensive Formation ......................................................................................................4-3 Home Field .........................................................................................Rose Bowl (91,500) Sports Information Director ................Marc Dellins (mdellins@athletics.ucla.edu) Associate SID (Football) .......................Steve Rourke (srourke@athletics.ucla.edu) Assistant SID (Football) ..........Stephanie Sampson (ssampson@athletics.ucla.edu) Sports Information Telephone .................................................................. 310/206-6831 Athletic Department Website ................................................................ uclabruins.com Flagship Radio Station...........UCLA ISP Sports Network - AM 570 (KLAC) in Los .....................................................................................................................................Angeles

Compiled by the UCLA Sports Information Office — Marc Dellins, Director; Steve Rourke, Rich Bertolucci and Ryan Finney,Associate Directors; Liza David, Danny Harrington, Stephanie Sampson, James Ybiernas and Alex Timiraos,Assistant Directors; Luc Bergevin, Seema Choksy and Peter Soroko, Student Assistants. Special thanks to the late Vic Kelley. Photography by ASUCLA Campus Studio (Don Liebig/Scott Quintard). NFL photos courtesy of NFL teams and Getty Images. Produced by UCLA Sports Information. Covers and interiors designed by Stephanie Sampson. Covers - Front: UCLA Honors Candidates FS Rahim Moore (3), OLB Akeem Ayers (10), QB Kevin Prince (14), PK Kai Forbath (25), LS Christian Yount (52); Inside Front: Head Coach Rick Neuheisel and Bruin assistant coaches; Inside Back: Saturday at the Rose Bowl; Outside Back (clockwise from top left): DE Datone Jones (56),WR Taylor Embree (82),WR Nelson Rosario (83), OL Micah Kia (73), OG Jeff Baca (60), P Jeff Locke (18) and TB Johnathan Franklin (23). This media guide, supplying background information about the 2010 UCLA football team, is to assist media personnel. Material in this publication may not be reproduced, in print or electronically, without the written permission of the Athletic Department. For further information, contact the UCLA Sports Information Office, P.O. Box 24044, Los Angeles, CA 90024-0044 (For FedEx: J.D. Morgan Center, 325 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1639). Telephone: (310) 206-6831.

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HEAD COACH Rick Neuheisel

RICK NEUHEISEL

HEAD FOOTBALL COACH :: 3RD SEASON :: UCLA '84 Rick Neuheisel, who quarterbacked UCLA to victory in the 1984 Rose Bowl and who enjoyed a high level of success as a head coach at two other programs, is entering his third year as head coach at his alma mater. The energetic and personable Bruin head coach returned to UCLA in December of 2007 and has brought energy and excitement to the program. "Relentlessly positive," Neuheisel sees great things for the future of Bruin football. He has spent his time building the program and recruiting talented student-athletes to help his goal of returning UCLA to the elite in college football. UCLA capped off the 2009 season with a 30-21 victory in the EagleBank Bowl to finish with wins in four of the season's final five games. Earlier in the year, the Bruins scored a huge win on the road at Tennessee and went on to use three straight November wins to become bowl game eligible. Placekicker Kai Forbath won the 2009 Lou Groza Award. Forbath, defensive tackle Brian Price (Pac-10 Defensive Player of the Year), safety Rahim Moore (National Interceptions leader) and cornerback Alterraun Verner earned first-team All-America acclaim from at least one organization/publication and all, along with linebacker Reggie Carter, were first-team All-Pac-10 selections. In February 2010, UCLA signed a consensus Top 10 recruiting class. In his first season, the Bruins twice rallied late in the fourth quarter for victories, including versus Tennessee in a Labor Day nationally televised contest. In addition,coach Neuheisel laid a solid foundation for the program to build upon. In February 2009, he signed another Top 10 recruiting class. That Spring, Neuheisel participated in the second annual Coaches Tour to the Middle East, visiting U.S. troops at various bases..

“Rick has enjoyed great success throughout his career and we believe he is the coach who can take our program to the next level,” said athletic director Dan Guerrero at the time of Neuheisel’s hiring. “His teams at Colorado and Washington continually challenged for conference championships and national rankings and that is what we are looking to do at UCLA. “Rick is an outstanding coach and recruiter. He is outgoing and personable; and can motivate our players, fans and supporters. We believe he is wellequipped to lead the program and attain the success all Bruin fans wish to achieve.” “I am thrilled to be returning to my alma mater as its head coach,” said Neuheisel. “UCLA is a special place and I want to thank Dan Guerrero and Chancellor (Gene) Block for the opportunity to come home. We are going to build a program our supporters will be proud of, both on and off the field. I can’t wait to get started.” Neuheisel, 49, returned to the collegiate ranks after spending three seasons (2005-07) as an assistant coach for the NFL’s Baltimore Ravens. He served as quarterbacks coach in 2005 and 2006 and in January of 2007, was promoted to offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach. With the Ravens, he worked with quarterbacks Kyle Boller, Steve McNair and, most recently, 2006 Heisman Trophy winner Troy Smith. In his eight years as a college head coach at the University of Colorado and the University of Washington, he fashioned a record of 66-30, winning at least 10 games on three occasions and finishing in the Top 10 in the nation on three occasions. He went on to lead his teams to seven bowl games. During his four seasons (1999-2002) as head coach at the University of Washington, Neuheisel guided the Huskies to a record of 33-16 (.673) and

RICK NEUHEISEL'S HEAD COACHING RECORD

Head Coach Rick Neuheisel raises his hands in victory as he walks off the field after UCLA's big win over Tennessee in Knoxville.

Year W COLORADO 1995 10 1996 10 1997 5 1998 8 Totals 33 WASHINGTON 1999 7 2000 11 2001 8 2002 7 Totals 33 UCLA 2008 4 2009 7 Totals 11 10 Years 77

L T

Pct.

Conf.

Post-Season Rank

2 2 6 4 14

0 0 0 0 0

.833 .833 .455 .667 .702

T-2nd Cotton 2nd North Holiday 4th North 4th North Aloha

5th 8th

5 1 4 6 16

0 0 0 0 0

.583 .917 .667 .538 .673

T-2nd T-1st T-2nd T-4th

Holiday Rose Holiday Sun

8 6 14 44

0 0 0 0

.333 .538 .440 .636

8th 8th

EagleBank

8 Bowls

3 Top-10 Rankings

3rd 19th

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HEAD COACH Rick Neuheisel RICK NEUHEISEL'S RECORD AS A PLAYER UCLA Bruins Year 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 5 years Passing Year 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 Totals

PA 267 23 1 0 291

W 7 10 7 9 5 38 PC 185 13 0

L 4 1 4 2 6 17

INT 10 2 0 Redshirt 0 0 198 12

T 1 1 1 0 0 3

Rose Bowl (Won) Rose Bowl (Won) Bluebonnet Bowl (Lost)

2 bowl victories

PCT .693 .565 .000

YDS 2,245 235 0

TD 13 2 0

LG 53 75 0

.000 .680

0 2,480

0 15

0 75

victory over Oregon in the Aloha Bowl. The Buffaloes ranked 13th nationally in total defense that year. In 1997, Colorado finished 5-6 but still led the Big 12 in passing offense (232.4). Neuheisel then signed a recruiting class that formed the nucleus of Colorado’s 2001 Big 12 championship team. During the 1996 season, Neuheisel recorded his second straight 10-2 season, including a 33-21 victory over Washington in the Holiday Bowl, and finished second in the Big 12 North. The Buffaloes were ranked eighth on both polls and outscored opponents 319-199 while setting a school record by winning 10 consecutive road games. That team produced three All-Americans, including Butkus Award winning LB Matt Russell, and averaged 452.1 yards of offense, including 303.5 in the air, while allowing just 315.5 yards to opponents. Neuheisel’s 20-4 record in his first two seasons were the fifth-most wins at the time for a first-time head coach in the Football Bowl Subdivision (Division IA). In his first season as a head coach (1995), Colorado finished fifth on both major polls. He guided the Buffaloes to a 10-2 record (the best ever by a first-year CU coach) and an appearance in the Cotton Bowl (a 38-6 win over Oregon), becoming the school's first rookie coach to take a team to a bowl game. Following his first season, he signed a recruiting class (February 1996) that was rated No. 2 nationally.

Neuheisel was the MVP of the 1984 Rose Bowl four bowl games (one Rose Bowl, two Holiday Bowls and one Sun Bowl). His Pac-10 record was 23-9 (.719) and Washington captured one league title and finished second twice in those four seasons. The Husky offense averaged over 390 yards per game in each season, topped by a 420.7 mark in 2002 (17th in the nation) and 407.9 in 2000 (35th). In his final season, the Huskies finished 7-6 and tied for 4th in the Pac-10 while ranking fourth nationally in passing offense (346.2 yards per game) and earning a spot in the Sun Bowl. In 2001, Washington finished 8-4 overall and second in the Pac-10 with a 6-2 mark, earning a trip to the Holiday Bowl. The Huskies faced five teams ranked in the final AP Poll that season, winning three of those games. In 2000, Neuheisel led the Huskies to an 11-1 record, a first-place Pac-10 finish and a victory in the 2001 Rose Bowl. It was a year of great comebacks as Washington trailed in eight of its 11 wins and recorded five straight fourthquarter comebacks. It marked the first time Washington had won 10 games since 1991 and the school’s first Rose Bowl title since that same season. In 1999, his first season in Seattle, Washington finished 7-5 but finished second in the Pac-10, and went on to play in the Holiday Bowl. Neuheisel became the first coach in school history to lead a Husky team to a bowl berth in his first season. During his four seasons (1995-98) as head coach at the University of Colorado, Neuheisel won 33 of 47 games (.702), including all three bowl appearances. In his final season, Colorado posted a 8-4 record, including a 51-43

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Neuheisel spent the 1994 season as a Colorado assistant coach under Bill McCartney after going to CU from UCLA. That year, Colorado defeated Michigan in Ann Arbor on a last-second touchdown play modified on the sideline by Neuheisel. Neuheisel spent six seasons (1988-93, 41-27-1 record) as an assistant coach at his alma mater. During his final four years he tutored the wide receivers, helping to develop some of UCLA’s all-time greats, such as J.J. Stokes, Kevin Jordan and Sean LaChapelle. In 1993, Stokes helped the Bruins reach the Rose Bowl while setting school records with 82 receptions, 1,181 yards (since broken) and 17 touchdowns. LaChapelle made 73 receptions in 1991 and Jordan made 45 as a sophomore in Neuheisel’s last year (1993). In 1990, three Bruins – Scott Miller, Reggie Moore and LaChapelle – all made at least 35 receptions for at least 600 yards. Neuheisel joined the UCLA staff full-time in 1988 and coached quarterbacks for two seasons, including future NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Troy Aikman in his senior year (1988). Aikman earned consensus All-America honors and finished third in the Heisman Trophy race, completing a then-school record 228 passes for 2,771 yards, a .644 percentage and a school record 24 touchdowns (since broken). Aikman was the No. 1 selection in the 1989 NFL Draft. In 1986, Neuheisel served as a volunteer coach and his major assignment was to teach the offense to a transfer from the University of Oklahoma who had to sit out the 1986 season – Aikman. The Bruin head coach also played some professional football. In 1987, he was in three games with the San Diego Chargers and started twice. He completed 40 of 59 passes for 367 yards and one touchdown and also ran for a score.


HEAD COACH Rick Neuheisel Against Tampa Bay, he completed 18 of 22 passes for 217 yards and a touchdown, setting a team record for completion percentage in a game (81.8%). He also spent two seasons (1984 and 1985) in the United States Football League (USFL), playing with the San Antonio Gunslingers. In his rookie season, he completed 211 of 385 passes (.548) for 2,544 yards and 14 touchdowns. Neuheisel began his collegiate career at UCLA (1979-83) as a walk-on, holding for place kicker John Lee, and earned the starting quarterback job during his senior season (1983). He led the Bruins to the Pac-10 title after a 0-3-1 start, earning honorable mention All-Pac-10 honors while completing 185 of 267 passes for 2,245 yards and 13 touchdowns. His completion percentage of .693 that season is still a school record. In a classic game against Washington, he completed 25 of 27 passes for a then-NCAA record .926 completion percentage in a 27-24 victory. That mark is still a UCLA record and a Pac-10 conference record by a quarterback with a minimum of 20 completions in a game. In his final contest as a Bruin, he overcame food poisoning to lead UCLA to a 45-9 victory against Illinois in the 1984 Rose Bowl. He was named the game’s MVP after throwing for 298 yards and four touchdowns. In 1998, he was inducted into the Rose Bowl Hall of Fame for his efforts. During his Bruin career, he completed 198 of 290 passes for 2,480 yards and 15 touchdowns and his completion percentage of .683 is a school record. Neuheisel earned his Bachelor’s degree in Political Science in 1984. In 1986,

Head Coach Rick Neuheisel and his wife Susan while he was tutoring Aikman as a volunteer, he attended law school at USC and earned his degree in May of 1990. Born February 7, 1961 in Madison, WI, he grew up in Tempe, AZ where he attended McClintock High School. He and his wife Susan, a UCLA graduate, have three children, Jerry, Jack and Joe.

NEUHEISEL VERSUS OPPONENTS Record at Washington (1999-2002) H A N Total Air Force 0-1 0-1 Arizona 3-0 1-0 4-0 Arizona State 0-1 2-1 2-2 BYU 0-1 0-1 California 1-1 2-0 3-1 Colorado 1-0 1-0 2-0 Idaho 3-0 3-0 Kansas State 0-1 0-1 Miami 1-0 0-1 1-1 Michigan 1-0 0-1 1-1 Oregon 1-0 1-1 2-1 Oregon State 2-0 1-1 3-1 Purdue 1-1 1-1 San Jose State 1-0 1-0 Stanford 2-0 1-0 3-0 Texas 0-1 0-1 UCLA 1-1 0-2 1-3 USC 1-0 0-1 1-1 Washington State 2-0 2-0 4-0 Wyoming 1-0 1-0 Totals 21-4 11-9 1-3 33-16

Record at Colorado (1995-1998) H A N Total Baylor 1-0 1-0 Colorado State 2-0 1-0 1-0 4-0 Fresno State 1-0 1-0 Iowa State 2-0 2-0 4-0 Kansas 1-1 1-1 2-2 Kansas State 1-1 1-1 2-2 Michigan 0-1 0-1 0-2 Missouri 1-1 1-1 2-2 Nebraska 0-2 0-2 0-4 NE Louisiana 1-0 1-0 Oklahoma 2-0 2-0 Oklahoma State 1-0 1-1 2-1 Oregon 2-0 2-0 Texas 1-0 1-0 2-0 Texas A&M 1-1 1-0 2-1 Texas Tech 1-0 1-0 Utah State 1-0 1-0 Washington 1-0 1-0 Washington State 1-0 1-0 Wisconsin 1-0 1-0 Wyoming 1-0 1-0 Totals 17-7 12-7 4-0 33-14

Neuheisel by Month August: 1-1 September: 27-8 October: 22-18 November: 22-13 December: 3-4 January: 2-0 Neuheisel in Overtime (2-1) 1999 - lost at UCLA 20-23 2002 - won at Washington State (3ot) 29-26 2008 - won vs. Tennessee 27-24

Record Vs. Opponents (includes UCLA) H A N Total Air Force 0-1 0-1 Arizona 3-1 1-1 4-2 Arizona State 1-1 2-2 3-3 Baylor 1-0 1-0 BYU 0-2 0-2 California 1-2 2-1 3-3 Colorado 1-0 1-0 2-0 Colorado State 2-0 1-0 1-0 4-0 Fresno State 1-1 1-1 Idaho 3-0 3-0 Iowa State 2-0 2-0 4-0 Kansas 1-1 1-1 2-2 Kansas State 2-1 1-1 0-1 3-3 Miami 1-0 0-1 1-1 Michigan 1-1 0-2 1-3 Missouri 1-1 1-1 2-2 Nebraska 0-2 0-2 0-4 NE Louisiana 1-0 1-0 Oklahoma 2-0 2-0 Oklahoma State 1-0 1-1 2-1 Oregon 1-1 1-2 2-0 4-3 Oregon State 2-1 1-2 3-3 Purdue 1-1 1-1 San Diego State 1-0 1-0 San Jose State 1-0 1-0 Stanford 3-0 1-1 4-1 Temple 1-0 1-0 Tennessee 1-0 1-0 2-0 Texas 1-0 1-0 0-1 2-1 Texas A&M 1-1 1-0 2-1 Texas Tech 1-0 1-0 UCLA 1-1 0-2 1-3 USC 1-1 0-2 1-3 Utah State 1-0 1-0 Washington 1-0 1-0 1-0 3-0 Washington State 4-0 3-0 7-0 Wisconsin 1-0 1-0 Wyoming 2-0 2-0 Totals 45-17 26-24 6-3 77-44

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COACHES & STAFF

CHUCK BULLOUGH

DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR-2nd SEASON/LINEBACKERS-5TH SEASON MICHIGAN STATE ’92

Chuck Bullough (BULL-ah) is set to begin his second season as defensive coordinator after coaching linebackers during his first three years at UCLA. He had five years of NFL coaching experience as a defensive assistant with the Chicago Bears prior to coming to Westwood. Last season, UCLA ranked first in the Pac-10 in turnovers forced with 30 (T-26th in NCAA), tackles for loss at 8.15/g (5th in NCAA) and red-zone points allowed.The Bruins were second in the conference in pass defense (28th nationally), red-zone efficiency and third down efficiency (18th) and third in scoring defense (27th) and total defense (32nd). Player development is a key to Bullough's philosophy, and in 2009 defensive lineman Brian Price (2nd rd. pick of Tampa Bay) was named the Pac-10 Conference's Defensive Player of the Year. Safety Rahim Moore, who led the nation in interceptions, was a first-team All-American. Cornerback Alterraun Verner (4th rd. pick of Tennessee) also earned All-America acclaim. Linebackers Reggie Carter, who was chosen first-team All-Pac-10, and Akeem Ayers, who was a Sophomore All-American, were also honored. In ’08, his linebackers excelled as a group. Carter led the team with 83 tackles and three fumble recoveries while Ayers and Steve Sloan gained valuable experience for the future. Carter's 20 tackles at BYU were the most by a Bruin since 1989. The ’07 Bruin defense ranked 14th in the nation in rush defense (109.2 yds/g) and 29th in total defense (343.23 yds/g). Leading the way for the linebackers were Christian Taylor (third on team in tackles), Kyle Bosworth (5th), Carter (t-6th) and Aaron Whittington (9th). Taylor ranked second on the team with 12.5 tackles for loss, while Carter was third (12.0). In a game at Washington State, Bosworth recorded 19 tackles. In ’06, the Bruins tied for ninth in the nation, and first in the conference, in rush defense (91.08 yds/g) with a young group of linebackers. Taylor, Carter and Eric McNeal helped to lead the defense. Taylor ranked second on the team with 83 tackles and was fifth (tied) in the Pac-10 in tackles for loss (1.04/g) and 16th in tackles (6.38/g).McNeal made the game-saving tip and interception against USC. Carter earned Freshman All-America honors after tallying 48 tackles, including 6.0 for loss. Bullough, 42, has been a member of two staffs on which the head coach earned "Coach of the Year" honors. In ’01, Dick Jauron was named NFL Coach of the Year after leading the Bears to a 13-3 record (4-12 in the season prior to that staff's arrival). In ’05,Western Michigan improved from 1-10 to 7-4, the biggest turnaround in Mid-American Conference history, and first-year head coach Bill Cubit was named MAC Coach of the Year.

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Bullough has coached numerous players to post-season honors. Reggie Carter earned first-team All-Pac-10 honors from the league’s coaches in ’09. He garnered first-team Freshman All-America acclaim in ’06 from rivals.com; second-team honors from both collegefootballnews.com and scout.com; and third-team accolades from Sporting News. In ’05, Bullough was linebackers coach at Western Michigan when Ameer Ismail earned first-team All-MAC honors. Ismail ranked sixth (tied) nationally with 20 tackles for loss and 34th with eight sacks that season. In ’04, he worked as linebackers coach and special teams coordinator at Lake Forest College. From ’99-’03, Bullough was an assistant for the Chicago Bears, coaching the linebackers (’99-’01), defensive line (’02) and the secondary (’03). He helped tutor Brian Urlacher, Ted Washington, Jerry Azumah and Larry Whigham to Pro Bowl berths. A two-time All-Big Ten selection (first team in ’91 and second in ’90) and second-team All-American linebacker as a player at Michigan State, Bullough set an MSU single-season record with 175 tackles. He was a member of three bowl championship teams, including the ’87 Rose Bowl squad, and the Spartans won two Big Ten titles during his career. Bullough was selected in the eighth round of the ’92 NFL draft by the Philadelphia Eagles and had a five-year professional career. He played for the Dolphins (’93-95) and attended camps with the Eagles (’92) and Colts (’96). He began his coaching career at his alma mater, assisting with the defensive backs in ’97 and the offensive line in ’98. His father, Henry, rose from the steel mills of Canton, OH, to become known as the "Doctor of Defense" as an NFL defensive coordinator for 23 years for multiple teams. He served as the head coach of the Buffalo Bills for parts of the ’85 and ’86 seasons. Henry earned a Super Bowl championship ring as an assistant coach with the Colts in ’70 and won national collegiate football championships at Michigan State, as a player in ’52 and as the defensive coordinator of the Spartans’ ’65 and ’66 teams. RECRUITING RESPONSIBILITIES — California (CIF Southern Section). PERSONAL — Education: Bachelor’s in Physical Education/Exercise Science from Michigan State, 1992; At UCLA: Fifth year (joined the staff in February of 2006); Born: March 3, 1968 in East Lansing, MI. Family: Chuck and his wife, Nicole, have two daughters, Chloe and Annika.

NORM CHOW

OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR/QUARTERBACKS-3RD SEASON UTAH ’68

Norm Chow, who is considered one of the top offensive coaches in collegiate football history, is in his third season as the Bruin offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. In ’09, Kevin Prince enjoyed one of the top seasons ever by a UCLA freshman quarterback, ranking second in pass completions, passing yards and total offense. In ’08, quarterback Kevin Craft completed 232 passes, the second-highest total in school history. Chow came to UCLA from the NFL’s Tennessee Titans in January of ’07, where he had served as offensive coordinator the previous three years. He is credited with helping quarterback Vince Young’s transition from college to the pro game. In ’07, the Titans earned a spot in the NFL playoffs and finished the regular season with a record of 10-6. In ’06,Young, a rookie quarterback from Texas, took over the offense during the season’s fourth week. He led the team to an 8-5 record, earned Rookie of the Year honors (only the second QB to win AP Offensive Rookie of the Year) and became the first rookie quarterback to play in the Pro Bowl. Young earned all of the headlines, but it was the running game that drove the offense as the Titans finished fifth in the league in rushing, amassing the sixth-highest rushing total in franchise history (2,214 yds) and the highest yards per carry in franchise history (4.7). In ’05, Chow adapted to the pro game with ease despite an offense that relied on a youthful cast of players and encountered numerous injuries. The Titans ranked ninth in passing and 17th overall in offense. The group of rookie receivers (WR Brandon Jones, WR Roydell Williams,WR Courtney Roby and TE Bo Scaife) became the first quartet of rookie players, since the ’68 Buffalo Bills, to each record at least 20 receptions in a season. Scaife established a franchise mark for receptions by a rookie tight end with 37. Before joining the Titans, Chow spent 32 highly productive years coaching at the collegiate level, tasting every form of success at that level. He won three national titles (BYU, ’84; USC ’03, ’04), tutored three Heisman Trophy winners (Ty Detmer, Carson Palmer, Matt Leinart), participated in 27 bowl games, and was named national Assistant Coach of the Year on three occasions. He left an indelible mark on the college game as he worked with many of the NCAA’s top career passing efficiency leaders. Chow has mentored six first-round NFL draft picks (Palmer, Leinart, Philip Rivers, Steve Young, Jim McMahon, Marc Wilson) and one Pro Football Hall of Fame member (Young).


Chow joined the Titans in February of ’05, after spending four seasons as offensive coordinator at the University of Southern California. At the helm of the offense, Chow directed an attack that ranked in the nation’s top 20 in total offense in each of his final three seasons, tutored two Heisman trophy-winning quarterbacks (Palmer, ’02 /Leinart, ’04) and won two national titles. The Trojans were 42-9 during his four seasons, 36-3 in the final three. In his final season at USC, the Trojans ranked sixth nationally in scoring offense (38.2), seventh in passing efficiency, 12th in total offense (449.1) and 13th in passing offense (271.7). Quarterback Matt Leinart was the Heisman Trophy winner,Walter Camp Player of the Year, repeated as a first team All-American and was the Pac-10 Co-Offensive Player of the Year for the second consecutive season. In ’03, Leinart set Pac-10 season records for touchdown passes (38) and consecutive passes without an interception (212). He also had the highest passing efficiency rating (164.5) of any USC quarterback in history. USC was fifth nationally in passing efficiency and scoring offense, 13th in passing offense (291.6) and 14th in total offense (447.5). The offense set Pac-10 season records with 534 points and by scoring 40-plus points in seven consecutive games. In ’02, quarterback Carson Palmer won the Heisman Trophy and Unitas Award en route to becoming the number one overall selection in the NFL draft. He became the Pac-10’s career leader in passing yards and total offense, while USC led the conference in total offense and scoring. Nationally, the offense ranked sixth in passing efficiency, eighth in passing offense (306.8) and total offense (449.2) and ninth in scoring offense (35.8). Chow spent the ’00 season as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at North Carolina State.The Wolfpack pass offense was ranked 15th nationally (292.6). His quarterback, Philip Rivers, was a Freshman All-American who completed 53.7% (237 of 441) of his passes for 3,054 yards with 25 touchdowns and ranked 12th nationally in total offense (269.9). Rivers is now the starting quarterback for the San Diego Chargers. Prior to joining the N.C. State staff, Chow spent 27 years (’73-’99) at Brigham Young University. At various times, he was the Cougars’ assistant head coach, offensive coordinator, co-offensive coordinator, quarterbacks coach, receivers coach, recruiting coordinator and graduate assistant (’73, ’74). BYU posted a 244-91-3 record during his time in Provo, appeared in 22 bowls and saw 21 offensive players earn All-America honors. In 12 of his 18 years as offensive coordinator at BYU, Chow led the offense to a place in the NCAA’s top 10 in total offense. Chow was with coach LaVell Edwards for all but two (’72 & ’00) of his 29 years at BYU. Chow began his coaching career as the head coach at Waialua (HI) High, serving for three seasons (’70-’72). He was a two-year starter and three-year letterman at guard for the University of Utah (’65-’67). In 1967, he earned All-Western Athletic Conference first team and All-American honorable mention honors. Chow was selected to Utah’s All-Century Team. He then played briefly with the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the Canadian Football League in 1968 before a knee injury ended his playing career. In his years of coaching, Chow has garnered numerous accolades, including: the Broyles Award (’02) as the nation’s top assistant coach, National Assistant Coach of the Year by the American Football Foundation (’99) and Athlon (’93), and the NCAA Division 1-A Offensive Coordinator of the Year (’96 & ’02) by American Football Monthly. In 2006, FOX’s Terry Bradshaw named Chow the NFL’s Top Assistant Coach. Additionally, Chow served as the grand marshal of the Golden Dragon Parade celebrating the Chinese New Year in Los Angeles’ Chinatown in ’04. RECRUITING RESPONSIBILITIES — Hawaii, Idaho, Utah, California (CIF Southern Section). PERSONAL — Education: Bachelor’s in Physical Education from Utah, 1968; Master's in Special Education from Utah, 1970; Doctorate in Educational Pyschology from BYU, 1979; At UCLA: Third year (joined the staff in January of 2008); Born: May 3, 1946 in Honolulu, HI. Family: Norm and his wife, Diane, have three sons - Carter, Cameron and Chandler -- a daughter, Maile, and two grandchildren.

Frank Gansz, Jr. is in his third season as coordinator of UCLA's special teams. Gansz, who FRANK GANSZ, JR. levels, was the special has an extensive background at the professional and collegiate SPECIAL COORDINATOR-3RD teams coordinator for theTEAMS NFL's Baltimore Ravens in 2006SEASON and 2007, coaching with THE CITADEL ’85 UCLA head coach Rick Neuheisel. Last season, placekicker Kai Forbath won the Lou Groza Award and earned consensus first-team All-America honors, making 28 of 31 field goal attempts. He also matched an NCAA record by making 19-of-19 kicks from inside of 40 yards. Redshirt freshman punter Jeff Locke averaged 43.6 yards per kick and was a semifinalist for the Ray Guy Award. Senior Terrence Austin set school career records in kickoff and punt returns. Forbath was named first-team all-conference, while Locke and Austin were named second-team All-Pac-10 in 2009. UCLA also blocked five kicks on the season and scored a touchdown and two safeties on special teams. In 2008,Aaron Perez led the Pacific-10 Conference in punting (45.2), Forbath tied for the league lead in field goals (19, in 12 games) and Austin set UCLA marks for all-purpose yards (1,878) and kickoff return yards (1,109). UCLA blocked two punts for touchdowns and scored a defensive PAT. During his decade in the NFL, Gansz coached special teams standouts such as return specialist Dante Hall, named to the NFL's All-Decade team, and place kicker Matt Stover. In ’07, the Ravens placed ninth in the NFL in punt returns (9.7 yards) and 10th in the league in kickoff returns (23.5). Matt Stover made 27 of 32 field goals and all 26 PATs. His 27 field goals tied for 10th in the league. In ’06, Stover led NFL kickers with a 93.3% field goal conversion mark (28 of 30), and ranked fourth among kickers with 121 points. He was named a first alternate for the Pro Bowl. In addition, linebacker Gary Stills led the NFL with 44 special teams tackles, the second-most in NFL history, and was also named a Pro Bowl first alternate. Rookie punter Sam Koch produced just three touchbacks, 30 punts inside the 20 (fifth in NFL). He was second in the league with 12 punts inside the 10. Gansz, 47, spent the ’01-’05 seasons as special teams coordinator with the Kansas City Chiefs. During that span, Stills became the Chiefs’ all-time leader in special teams tackles (148). Kick returner Dante Hall was named to the Pro Bowl in both ’02 and ’03 and led the NFL in most returns for touchdowns (10, six on kickoffs and four on punts). Gansz-led units excelled in blocking punts and kicks, recording four blocked punts from ’01-’02 and Kansas City batted away three field goals in two seasons (’02-’03). In ’05, the Chiefs’ special teams units ranked fourth in average drive start (30.7) and eighth with 1,591 kickoff return yards. Kicker Lawrence Tynes converted two 50-yard FGs for the second time in two years. Hall scored a TD on a kickoff for the fourth straight year. In ’04, Hall scored two kickoff return touchdowns for the second straight year and Tynes made two 50-yard FGs in his first season. Kansas City set single-season franchise records in kickoff returns (75) and yardage (1,820). In ’03, Gansz’s units led the NFL with four special teams touchdowns, as Hall scored on two kickoff returns and two punt returns, en route to his second consecutive Pro

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COACHES & STAFF Bowl appearance. Hall became the first player in NFL history to record a score on a kickoff return in four straight games. His touchdown in the Divisional playoff game vs. Indianapolis gave him five overall returns on the season. Hall also broke a single-season franchise record with 2,446 combined net yards. Kansas City led the league in both punt return average (16.4) and kick return average (25.4), the first team to do so since Washington in ’95. The 16.4 punt return average broke a 43-year-old team record. In Gansz’ second season with the Chiefs (2002), Hall scored on three kick returns (two punts and one kickoff) to earn his first Pro Bowl berth. In ’01, the Chiefs blocked two punts and partially blocked a third. Prior to his tenure in Kansas City, he coached special teams for the Oakland Raiders for two seasons (’98, ’99), tutoring standouts Desmond Howard, Darrien Gordon and Napoleon Kaufman. He also coached in the ’99 Senior Bowl. Gansz spent five seasons (’93-’97) as tight ends and special teams coach at the University of Houston, setting a school record for kickoff return average in ’96. His units set another school record with an 87-yard punt return vs. SMU en route to the Conference USA championship and a trip to the Liberty Bowl vs. Syracuse. He spent one season (’92) with the New York/New Jersey Knights of the World League (NFL Europe).The Knights led the league in punt returns, kickoff returns, kickoff coverage and special teams touchdowns (four). Gansz spent two years (’90-’91) as tight ends/special teams coach at West Point, two years at the University of Pittsburgh, coaching special teams and the offensive line in ’88 and special teams and the secondary in ’89, and one season (’87) as a graduate assistant at Kansas, working with the wide receivers. Gansz was a four-year defensive back at The Citadel. RECRUITING RESPONSIBILITIES — CIF Northern, North Coast and Central Coast Sections. PERSONAL — Education: Bachelor’s in History from The Citadel, 1985; At UCLA: Third year (joined the staff in February of 2008); Family: Gansz is single. His father, the late Frank Gansz Sr. coached at UCLA for two seasons (’76-’77) and was a longtime NFL coach.

TODD HOWARD

ASSOC. HEAD COACH - DEFENSE/DEFENSIVE LINE-5TH SEASON TEXAS A&M ’91

Todd Howard, who possesses both NFL playing and coaching experience, is in his fifth season as UCLA’s defensive line coach. In 2009, junior tackle Brian Price earned firstteam All-America honors and recorded 23.5 tackles for loss, the highest total ever by a Bruin lineman. Price, a defensive tackle, was honored as the Pac-10 Conference Defensive Player of the Year and was selected in the second round of the NFL Draft by Tampa Bay. In addition, defensive ends Korey Bosworth and Datone Jones combined for 25.0 tackles for loss. In 2008,Price earned first-teamAll-Pac-10 and SophomoreAll-America honors.He ranked seventh in the Pac-10 with 14.0 TFLs. Senior Brigham Harwell was a second-team All-Pac10 pick and Bosworth ranked seventh in the Pac-10 in sacks (7.5), averaging 0.62/g. In ’07, UCLA ranked 14th in the nation in rush defense (109.2 yds/g) and 29th in total defense (343.23). In addition, the defense ranked second nationally in tackles for loss per game (8.77) and tied for 15th in sacks per game (3.0). Defensive end Bruce Davis led the team with 12.0 sacks (t-first in Pac-10) and 15.5 tackles for loss. Davis’ two-year total of 24.5 sacks is second only to Dave Ball (27.5 in ’02,’03) for the most-ever by a Bruin in back-to-back seasons. Kevin Brown added seven tackles for loss and four sacks. In ’06, his first season at UCLA, the line showed marked improvement.The Bruins were ranked ninth (tied) in the nation and first (tied) in the Pac-10 in rush defense (91.08) and 33rd nationally in total defense (304.83). His two ends, Justin Hickman, a consensus All-American, and Davis, who also earned first-team All-America honors, tied for first in the conference and fourth in the nation with 12.5 quarterback sacks.Tackles Brigham Harwell and Brown also flourished under the new coach. Howard had spent the previous three seasons (’03-’05) in the NFL with the Jacksonville Jaguars, serving as assistant defensive line coach. He assisted the defensive coaching staff in all aspects of game preparation, including scouting reports, the statistical analysis of opponents’ tendencies and the preparation of playbooks. He, along with defensive line coach Ray Hamilton, oversaw the Jaguars’ defensive line. In ’05, Jacksonville led the NFL in fewest rushing touchdowns allowed (four). In addition, the Jaguars ranked third (tied) with 47 quarterback sacks, sixth in total defense (290.9 yards) and 14th in rushing defense (106.8 yards). Defensive tackle Marcus Stroud earned a Pro Bowl appearance for the third straight time and defensive tackle John Henderson was an alternate in ’05 after making the team in ’04.

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Howard has 14 years of experience coaching in college and five in the NFL, in addition to having played in the NFL for two seasons. For one month prior to joining the Jaguars, he was the associate head coach and co-defensive coordinator at Southwest Texas State. Howard spent three seasons (’00-’02) as the linebackers coach at Louisiana Tech, helping that school win the ’01 WAC title. Prior to that, he was a defensive assistant for two years (’98-’99) with the St. Louis Rams, who won the Super Bowl in Howard’s second season. With the Rams, he assisted with the linebackers in the area of pass-rushing techniques, as well as working on defensive game preparation, film evaluation and quality control. Howard began his coaching career in ’91 at Texas A&M and was a member of three Southwest Conference championship coaching staffs. He coached at Grinnell (Iowa) College from ’94 through ’97, and served as the defensive coordinator in ’96 and ’97. In addition, he was a member of the NFL’s minority coaching program with the Washington Redskins in their ’97 training camp, helping on defense. He also performed a minority coaching internship with the San Diego Chargers in ’02. Howard was a third-round draft choice of the Kansas City Chiefs in ’87 and played in the NFL for two seasons as an inside linebacker and on the special teams. He played for the Barcelona Dragons of the World League in ’91 and was on injured reserve throughout the ’92 season. Howard was an all-conference and honorable mention All-America at Texas A&M, where he started at linebacker for three seasons (’84-’86) on teams which won a pair of conference titles. RECRUITING RESPONSIBILITIES — California (CIF L.A. City Section). PERSONAL — Education: Bachelor’s in Sociology from Texas A&M, 1991; Master's in Human Resources from Texas A&M, 1995; At UCLA: Fifth year (joined the staff in February of 2006); Born: February 18, 1965 in Bryan,TX; Family:Todd has three children, Trey, David and Ava.

TIM HUNDLEY

SECONDARY-2ND SEASON WESTERN OREGON STATE ’74

Tim Hundley, who has a long association with head coach Rick Neuheisel (seven seasons on Neuheisel’s staffs at Colorado and Washington and both were assistants at UCLA for four seasons), rejoined the Bruin staff in February of 2009 as secondary coach in charge of safeties. In ’09, sophomore Rahim Moore led the nation with 10 interceptions, the second-highest total in school history, from his free safety spot and earned first-team All-America and first-team All-Conference honors.The Bruins led the Pac-10 in turnovers gained, with 30, were ranked second in pass defense and third in total defense. In ’08, Hundley served as Assistant Head Coach/Defense at SMU. He spent the previous four years (’04-’07) as defensive coordinator and linebackers coach at the University of Texas–El Paso. In ’07, UTEP ranked 17th in the nation in turnover ratio at plus-nine and placed two players on the All-Conference USA squad. During his four-year stint,


COACHES & STAFF

CLARK LEA

LINEBACKERS - 1ST SEASON VANDERBILT ’05

his Miner players captured a total of 10 All-Conference honors and one Defensive Player of the Year award. In ’05, Hundley was recognized by Scouts, Inc., as one of five coordinators nationally with the "best head-coaching potential." Hundley has coached in 14 bowl games, including two Rose Bowls, and groomed 20 players who moved on to the National Football League, including Marquis Cooper (Seattle), Thomas Howard (Oakland), Michael Lewis (49ers), Quinton Demps (Eagles), Kenny Taylor (Bears) and UCLA alums Ryan Neufeld (Buffalo), Donnie Edwards (Chiefs, Chargers) and Tommy Bennett (Cardinals). In addition, Hundley recruited six players who garnered collegiate All-America honors - David Kilson (Nevada), Andre Gurode (Colorado), Michael Lewis (Colorado), Cade McNown (UCLA), Sam Merriman (Idaho) and Jamir Miller (UCLA). He has also served as coordinator for two Coach of the Year selections – Dave Kragthorpe of Oregon St. (Pac-10) in ’89 and Mike Price of UTEP (AFCA Region Four) in ’04. Hundley’s coaching resume includes 18 years as a defensive coordinator - two at Clackamas Community College (’75-’76), one at Idaho (’79), six at Oregon State (’84-’89), five at Washington (’99-’03) and four at UTEP. Hundley served as the defensive coordinator at Washington, under Neuheisel from ’99-’02, and as co-defensive coordinator for the Huskies in ’03. He tutored the outside linebackers from ’99-’02 before overseeing the entire linebacking corps in ’03. He also supervised the punt coverage unit during his final season with the Huskies. He began his coaching career in ’74 as a graduate assistant at Western Oregon State, his alma mater. He went on to stints at Clackamas Community College (’75-’76), Idaho (’77-’79) and Nevada (’80-’81). In ’78, he coached the running backs at Idaho, marking the only time in his coaching career that he has spent time on the offensive side of the ball. In ’82, he began a long-running association with the Pac-10 Conference. He worked at Oregon State for eight years before enjoying six seasons (’90-’95) at UCLA as inside linebackers coach and, in the latter three years, special teams coordinator. The ’93 Bruin staff also included Neuheisel, offensive line coach Bob Palcic and running backs coach Wayne Moses. Following three years on Neuheisel’s staff at Colorado (’96-’98), he followed coach Neuheisel to Washington. Hundley was inducted into the NAIA Hall of Fame after an All-America football career at Western Oregon State. He was a three-time All-Conference selection in college. He earned his bachelor’s degree in education from Western Oregon State in ’74, and added a master’s degree in education from Idaho in ’78. Hundley lettered in football, baseball and basketball at Forest Grove High School. RECRUITING RESPONSIBILITIES —Oregon, Washington, California (CIF San Diego Section). PERSONAL — Education: Bachelor's in Education from Western Oregon State, 1974; Master's in Education from Idaho, 1978; At UCLA: Second year of second term (joined the staff in February of 2009); Born: May 1, 1951 in Portland, OR; Family: Tim and his wife Pam, have two sons, Jake and Nick. Nick was a catcher on the Arizona baseball team that reached the ’04 College World Series. He is currently a member of the San Diego Padres. Jake earned his Doctorate in engineering at UCLA in ’09.

Clark Lea is in his first season as a full-time assistant coach in charge of the Bruin linebackers, having been promoted in February, 2010. In the ’09 season, Lea coached the linebackers as a second-year graduate assistant. Chuck Bullough, in his first year as defensive coordinator, was able to focus his efforts on the entire defense while Lea was hands-on with the linebacking corps. “Clark is an outstanding young coach with a very bright future,” said Neuheisel.“I thought he did a fine job in 2009 with our group of linebackers. In addition, he is a dogged recruiter. Even though he was not allowed to go off-campus, he made a great impression on recruits and their families when they came to campus and built great relationships with several of the young men who signed with us, most notably Aramide Olaniyan.” Lea (pronounced Lee) also served as a Bruin graduate assistant under former defensive coordinator DeWayne Walker in ’06, working with Bullough and the linebackers. In between his two stints as a Bruin coach, he spent two seasons (’07 and ’08) as linebackers coach at South Dakota State University and was recruiting coordinator during the latter year. He also coached the kickoff coverage unit and assisted with other special teams units. In ’08, the Jackrabbits finished 7-5, playing six teams ranked in the Top 25, and placed third in league play with a 6-2 record. Lea also oversaw the efforts that yielded a recruiting class of 18 in February. In ’07, his three starting linebackers ranked among the top four tacklers in the league and South Dakota State won the Great West Football Conference championship. Two of his players were first-team All-League selections and the third was a second-team choice. In ’05, he served as an intern for the UCLA staff and was also an assistant football coach at Harvard-Westake High School. Prior to UCLA, Lea served as an offensive graduate assistant (running backs) atVanderbilt University in the Spring of ’05. Lea was a three-year letterwinner at Vanderbilt University from ’02-’04, the final year as a graduate student, and was a baseball letterman at Belmont University in ’01-’02 and Birmingham Southern College in ’00-’01. During his collegiate career, Lea was a member of the SEC Honor Roll and an All-Academic SEC honoree. He was also a John Wooden Cup finalist, a trophy awarded by Athletes for a Better World, and a National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame honoree. He earned a Bachelor’s in Political Science from Vanderbilt in ’05 and a Master’s in Political Science from Vanderbilt in ’07. RECRUITING RESPONSIBILITIES — California (CIF Sacramento, San Jaquin and Central Sections), Nevada. PERSONAL — Education: Bachelor’s in Political Science from Vanderbilt University, 2005; Master's in Political Science from Vanderbilt University, 2007; At UCLA: Third year on staff (began second tenure in February of 2009); Born: November 11, 1981; Family: The son of Clark and Pam Lea; he has two sisters, Eva and Elizabeth.

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REGGIE MOORE

WIDE RECEIVERS-3RD SEASON UCLA ’91

Former UCLA standout receiver Reggie Moore joined the staff in January of 2008 and is beginning his third season as wide receivers coach. In 2009, sophomores Nelson Rosario and Taylor Embree continued to flourish as the team's top two receivers and senior Terrence Austin (7th rd. pick of Redskins) moved up to No. 11 on the career receiving chart while setting numerous kickoff and punt return records. In ’08, Austin made 53 receptions, the most by a Bruin wide receiver since ’02, and Embree set UCLA true freshmen records for most receptions and most receiving yards in a game and for a season. Prior to his return home, Moore spent four years (’04-’07) coaching the wide receivers at North Dakota State University. The Bison posted an overall record of 35-9 during his tenure, including a 20-2 mark his last two seasons, highlighted by a 14-game winning streak. In three of the four seasons, NDSU averaged over 30 points per game, including a best of 39.5 ppg while on its way to a 10-1 mark in ’07. The Bison notched wins over Central Michigan and Minnesota during that ’07 campaign, their first as a Division I program, on the way to earning a No. 9 national ranking in the Football Championship Subdivision Coaches and Sports Network final polls. The ’06 Bison team also won 10 games, including a victory at Ball State in which it passed for a school record total of 451 yards. NDSU captured the Great West Conference football championship and was ranked No. 5 in the nation in both final polls. The only blemish on the 2006 record was a one-point loss to Minnesota. In ’05, the Bison recorded a 7-4 mark. NDSU went 8-3 in ’04 and was ranked 23rd nationally in the final polls. In the summer of ’04, Moore served an internship with the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars. He spent the ’03 season as a graduate assistant at the University of Washington (he was hired by Neuheisel but coached for Keith Gilbertson), working with the wide receivers. The Huskies went 6-6 that season and tied for fifth in the Pac-10. Moore was a three-year starter at wide receiver at UCLA (’87-’90), catching many of his balls from two of the top quarterbacks in UCLA history, Troy Aikman and Tommy Maddox. He still ranks No. 18 on UCLA’s all-time list with his 92 career receptions and his 1,483 yards. He averaged 16.1 yards per catch and scored 10 touchdowns. In ’90, Moore, now 42, earned the Kenneth S.Washington Award for outstanding senior after leading the UCLA team with 40 receptions for 643 yards and three touchdowns. He had a big game in a win versus Stanford that season, catching eight balls for a careerbest 133 yards. Reggie had a total of three 100-yard games in all, including a 122-yard effort in a ’88 win at California and a 105-yard game in a win at Washington, also in ’88.

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He earned honorable mention on the ’89 Pac-10 All-Academic team after catching 12 passes (tied for fifth on the team) for 181 yards and a touchdown. Moore was named to the ’88 first-team sophomore All-America squad by Sporting News following a 38-catch (second on team) season in which he gained 627 yards and scored six touchdowns. His 48-yard touchdown reception from Aikman, with just 1:28 remaining in the game, was the winning margin in a 24-17 victory over Washington that season. Moore went on to play in the ’90 Blue-Gray Football Classic and attended the NFL Combine. Following his collegiate career, Moore was a member of the New York Jets (’91-’93) and the Los Angeles Rams (’93) as a wide receiver and return specialist. He then coached in the high school ranks at James Madison High School in Houston,Texas, for four seasons (’99-’02). He spent three of those years mentoring and tutoring Tennessee Titans quarterback Vince Young. He also served as a fire fighter and paramedic with the Houston Fire Department from ’96 to ’03, before joining the staff at the University of Washington. Moore earned his BA in History from UCLA in ’91. RECRUITING RESPONSIBILITIES — California (CIF L.A. City and Southern Sections). PERSONAL — Education: Bachelor’s in History from UCLA, 1991; At UCLA: Third year (joined the staff in January of 2008); Born: March 23, 1968 in Houston, TX; Family: Reggie is single. Father, Zeke, played for the Houston Oilers from 1967-78 and appeared in two Pro Bowls.

WAYNE MOSES

RUNNING BACKS-3RD SEASON WASHINGTON ’77

Wayne Moses is set to begin his third season as UCLA’s running backs coach. The Bruins ran the ball more effectively in 2009, upping their average per rush by a yard per carry, with youngsters like Johnathan Franklin and Derrick Coleman and veteran Chane Moline getting the bulk of the work. Franklin registered two 100-yard games in his freshman season (only one freshman player in Bruin history has had more than two) and led the team in rushing. His total of 566 yards ranked as the sixth-best freshman rushing total in school history. Moses spent the 2006 and 2007 seasons in the NFL as running backs coach for the St. Louis Rams. In 2007, Steven Jackson rushed for 1,002 yards. In 2006, Jackson earned his first Pro Bowl berth after totaling a career-high 1,528 yards (third in the NFC, fifth in the NFL). Jackson also caught 90 passes, a total that led NFL running backs and was fourth in the NFC (tied for seventh in the NFL). Jackson’s 2,334 yards from scrimmage led the NFL and his total of 105 first downs led the NFC and was second in the NFL. His 96 points tied for the NFC lead, and tied for third in the NFL, in scoring for non-kickers. Prior to joining the Rams, Moses enjoyed a 28-year college coaching career, working with running backs at five Pacific-10 schools, starting in 1990. He coached at UCLA (’90’95), Cal (’96), Washington (’97-’00), USC (’01), and Stanford (’02-’03, ’05). Moses spent ’04 at Pitt. Some of the Pac-10 players who have worked under Moses include Karim Abdul-Jabbar, Kevin Williams, Skip Hicks, Shawn Wills at UCLA; Deltha O’Neal,Tarik Smith at Cal, Willie Hurst, Rashawn Shehee at UW; Kenneth Tolan, Kerry Carter at Stanford. He has coached in 13 bowl games, including four at UCLA. Moses and Bruin head coach Rick Neuheisel served as fellow assistants at UCLA from ’90-93 and he also worked for Neuheisel at Washington in ’99-’00. In their final year together, UW captured the conference title, went to the Rose Bowl and finished No. 3 in both of the final polls. In addition, he worked alongside offensive coordinator Norm Chow at USC in ’01. He also worked with offensive line coach Bob Palcic and secondary coach Tim Hundley at UCLA in ’93 when the Bruins won the Pac-10 title and played in the 1994 Rose Bowl. In ’04, Moses was part of a Pittsburgh team that won the Big East Championship and advanced to a BCS Bowl for the first time in school history. The Panthers won six of their final seven regular season games to earn a Fiesta Bowl berth versus Utah. While working at USC in ’01, he helped the Trojans finish 5-3 in the Pac-10 (6-6 overall) and advance to their first post-season bowl game after a two-year absence. From ’97-’00, Moses was the running backs coach at his alma mater, Washington. The Huskies led the Pac-10 in rushing in ’00 (16th nationally) and went on to play in a bowl game each year (’97 Aloha Bowl, ’98 Oahu Bowl, ’99 Holiday Bowl, ’01 Rose Bowl). He spent the ’96 season handling the running backs at Cal, helping the Golden Bears to their first bowl appearance in six years. Under head coach Steve Mariucci, Cal finished the regular season 6-5 and played Navy in the Aloha Bowl.


COACHES & STAFF Moses was running backs coach at UCLA under Terry Donahue for six seasons (’90-95) and worked with coach Neuheisel for the first four. Abdul-Jabbar and Williams led the Pac-10 in rushing under Moses’ tutelage, while Hicks went on to earn All-America honors later in his career. In ’95, Abdul-Jabbar set UCLA’s single-season rushing record and was named first-team All-America. The Bruins played in the ’91 Sun Bowl, ’94 Rose Bowl and ’95 Aloha Bowl with Moses on staff. Five Bruin backs coached by Moses were selected in the NFL draft (Maury Toy, Kevin Smith, Williams, Abdul-Jabbar and Hicks). Before moving to UCLA, he was the wide receivers coach at New Mexico in ’89. His top receiver that season,Terance Mathis, set NCAA career records for receptions and receiving yardage. Mathis went on to play 13 seasons in the NFL. From’86-’88, Moses coached at San Diego State. During his time there, Paul Hewitt led the nation in scoring in ’87 and the Aztecs played in the ’86 Holiday Bowl. In ’84-’85, he worked for two seasons at Rutgers. Prior to that, Moses served as the running backs coach at Bowling Green University from ’81-’83. BGSU played in the ’82 California Bowl. Moses was at North Carolina State in ’80, where he worked with the defensive backs. In ’79, he was the running backs coach at Chaffey Junior College in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. Moses began his coaching career in ’78 as a graduate assistant at Cal State Fullerton, working with the defensive backs. He was also a coaching intern with the NFL’s Los Angeles Raiders, Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos during the summers of ’90, ’93 and ’99, respectively. Moses was a four-year (’73-’74, ’76-’77) letterman at UW, starting at cornerback his last two seasons. He was a member of the Huskies’ 1978 Rose Bowl championship team. He received his bachelor’s degree in political science from Washington in 1977. He spent some time out of football when he was hired by the FBI to train as an agent at Quantico, Virginia. Moses played football and basketball at San Dimas (CA) High. RECRUITING RESPONSIBILITIES — California (CIF Southern and Oakland Sections). PERSONAL — Education: Bachelor’s in Political Science from Washington, 1977; At UCLA:Third year of his second tenure (joined the staff in January of 2008); Born: January 11, 1955 in New Gulf, TX. Family: Wayne and his wife, Rosalind, have two daughters: Valerie, a 2004 graduate of the University of Washington, and Kimberly, a 2008 graduate of Sacramento State University.

BOB PALCIC

ASSOC. HEAD COACH - OFFENSE/OFFENSIVE LINE-3RD SEASON DAYTON ’71

Bob Palcic, who has coached two Outland Trophy winners, is in his third season at UCLA after joining the coaching staff in January of 2008. The offensive line continued to progress and grow in ’09 and should be even better in the coming season with four returning starters. Last season, true freshman tackle Xavier Su'a-Filo earned secondteam Freshman All-America honors. In his first year back at UCLA, Palcic helped develop a young group and worked through numerous injuries, starting nine different combinations in the 12 games of the 2008 campaign. He had spent the ’06 and ’07 seasons coaching the offensive line at the University of Wisconsin, after 12 years in the National Football League. Palcic possesses 39 years of coaching experience, including 23 in college, 12 in the NFL, two in the CFL and two in high school. He also coached in Westwood in the ’93 season when UCLA won the Pac-10 championship and played in the ’94 Rose Bowl. The Bruin o-line that season featured seniors Vaughn Parker and Craig Novitsky, both of whom earned All-America honors and played in the NFL. It included sophomores Jonathan Ogden, ’95 Outland Trophy winner and 11-time NFL All-Pro, and Mike Flanagan, who was an NFL standout himself for over a decade. Rick Neuheisel was an assistant on that Bruin staff, as were current assistants Tim Hundley and Wayne Moses. In ’07, Wisconsin finished 9-4 overall and played in the Outback Bowl. Led by the offensive line, the Badgers averaged 201.5 yards on the ground during the regular season (22nd in the NCAA). Center Marcus Coleman was a first-team All-Big 10 selection by the media, guard Kraig Urbik was a consensus second-team choice and tackle Gabe Carimi earned second-team Freshman All-America acclaim. In ’06, he coached Outland Trophy winner and consensus All-America left tackle Joe Thomas on a Badger team which won 12 of 13 games. Thomas went on to become the No. 3 pick in the 2007 NFL Draft by the Cleveland Browns. Palcic went to Wisconsin from the NFL’s New Orleans Saints, where he coached tight ends from ’00–05. His previous professional stops included coaching the offensive line for the Cleveland Browns (’99), tutoring the tight ends for the Detroit Lions (’97-’98) and coaching the offensive line for the Atlanta Falcons (’94-’96). Palcic went to the Falcons after spending 19 of the previous 21 seasons coaching offensive linemen at seven different universities. He coached the ’93 UCLA offensive line that matched up against Wisconsin in the ’94 Rose Bowl. Palcic tutored the Southern California offensive line in ’92 and helped the Trojans to a Freedom Bowl appearance. He was offensive line coach at Ohio State from ’86–’91, a period during which the Buckeyes played in two Hall of Fame Bowls, a Cotton Bowl and a Liberty Bowl.

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COACHES & STAFF The University of Arizona’s offensive line was under Palcic’s direction from ’84-’85 (the Wildcats played in the Sun Bowl during that time). A two-year stint (’82-’83) with the Canadian Football League’s Toronto Argonauts (’83 Grey Cup title) was preceded by a four-year (’78–’81) stop as Wisconsin’s o-line coach under head coach Dave McClain. Palcic was Ball State’s offensive line coach in ’76–’77 (went to Wisconsin with McClain, who was BSU’s head coach) and Dayton’s linebackers/offensive line coach in ’74–’75. He got his college coaching start guiding BSU’s linebackers as a graduate assistant in ’73. He also coached two years (1971-72) at Bishop Carroll High School in Dayton, OH. Among the college players Palcic has coached are: former Baltimore Raven All-Pro tackle Jonathan Ogden (No. 4 pick in the ’96 NFL Draft), third-team All-American and NFL veteran (Green Bay, Houston) Mike Flanagan, and first-team All-American and 11year NFL player Vaughn Parker (all of UCLA); All-America tackle Tony Boselli (USC); first-team All-Big Ten offensive linemen Bob Maggs, Jeff Uhlenhake, Joe Staysniak, Jeff Davidson and Alan Kline (all at Ohio State); All-American Ray Snell and ’06 Outland Trophy winner Joe Thomas (Wisconsin). RECRUITING RESPONSIBILITIES — California (CIF Southern Section, Orange County), Colorado. PERSONAL — Education: Bachelor’s in Education from Dayton, 1971, Master's in Education from Dayton, 1974;At UCLA:Third year of second tenure (joined the staff in January of 2008); Born: July 2, 1948 in Gowanda, N.Y. Family: Bob and his wife Theresa, have three children: Joe (currently the defensive coordinator at Indiana); Amy (Director of Marketing and Public Relations for Premier Sports & Entertainment) and Monica, who is married to NFL linebacker Mark Simoneau.

DARONTE' JONES

DEFENSIVE GRADUATE ASSISTANT-1ST SEASON MORGAN STATE ’01

Daronte’ Jones is beginning his first season as UCLA’s defensive graduate assistant coach. His duties include assisting the defensive coaches with game preparation and working with the cornerbacks. Jones came to UCLA after serving five seasons (’05-’09) as assistant head coach/defensive coordinator at Bowie State University in Bowie, MD. In addition to coordinating the Bulldog defense, Jones also served as the Pro Liaison. During his five years, the defense employed an aggressive, attacking scheme that has gained the Bulldogs high recognition, both at the conference and national levels. In ’09, the Bowie State ranked No. 1 among all Division II teams in total defense, allowing just 217.7 yards per game. They also ranked No. 2 nationally in rushing defense (56.5 yards per game) and ninth in pass efficiency defense. Two Bulldogs were named first-team All-CIAA and two more were named to the second unit. During his tenure, the Bowie State defense ranked in the Top 10 nationally in five different statistical categories (total defense, scoring defense, pass efficiency defense, sacks and rushing defense, including 3rd or higher in total defense). Under Jones’ watch, eight defensive players were named All-CIAA, three named All-CIAA Rookie Class, and one D2football.com All-American. Before joining the Bulldog staff, Jones served as assistant football coach and defensive coordinator at Jeanerette (LA) Senior High School (’04) and assistant coach and physical education teacher at Franklin Senior High School (’03-’04). He also served as assistant football coach/defensive backs at Nicholls State University (’02-’03) in Louisiana and defensive graduate assistant at Lenoir-Rhyne College (’01-’02) in North Carolina. A native of Capital Heights, MD, Jones earned a bachelor's degree in ’01 from Morgan State University in Baltimore, MD. He is a member of the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) and Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. PERSONAL — Education: Bachelor’s from Morgan State, 2001;At UCLA: First year on staff (joined staff in March of 2010); Born: November 11, 1978 in Annapolis, MD.

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BRIAN SHEPPARD

OFFENSIVE GRADUATE ASSISTANT-1ST SEASON BAKER UNIVERSITY ’06

Brian Sheppard enters his first season as UCLA’s offensive graduate assistant coach. He will assist offensive coordinator Norm Chow and work with the tight ends. His duties also include breaking down opponents’ game video, aiding the coaches with game preparation and directing the defensive scout team. Sheppard spent the last three seasons (2007-09) as a graduate assistant at New Mexico State, the last under former Bruin defensive coordinator DeWayne Walker. In 2009, he coached the tight ends after working with the quarterbacks and receivers his first two years. Prior to going to New Mexico State, Sheppard spent one season (2006) at Tulsa University under former head coach Steve Kragthorpe. His responsibilities included cutting up film, scouting of players, and breaking down opponents. He also assisted the offensive coordinator and worked with the quarterbacks in his offensive quality control role. Sheppard played college football at Southeastern Louisiana University, before transferring to Baker University where he finished his playing career and earned his undergraduate degree in Business in 2006. In 2001 & 2002, Sheppard was a quarterback for Saddleback Junior College, helping his team to a 9-2 record both seasons and second place in its league. Sheppard was an all-conference selection in football and baseball at Redmond High School (Seattle) his junior and senior seasons. Brian’s father, Mike Sheppard, is a long-time football coach having spent time in college football (head coach at Long Beach State and New Mexico) as well as the NFL. Mike Sheppard is currently coaching wide receivers for the Cincinnati Bengals.


COACHES & STAFF

ANGUS Angus McClure is in his fourth season as McCLURE a member of the Bruin staff and his third in DIRECTOR ON-CAMPUS YEAR an administrative position.OF In 2010, he is againRECRUITING-4TH serving as the Director of On-Campus SACRAMENTO STATE ’95in 2007. Recruiting for football. He coached the Bruin tight ends In his present position, McClure’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; liaison with pro scouts; and other assignments from the head coach. This past February, UCLA's recruiting class was ranked in the Top 10 by most recruiting services, including a No. 6 ranking from The Sporting News and No. 8 by Scout.com and Rivals.com. UCLA's 2009 class was also ranked the the Top 10. McClure came to UCLA after serving as the offensive line/run game coordinator on Turner Gill’s staff at the University of Buffalo during the 2006 season. Buffalo scored more points (201) in conference games than any other member of the Mid-American Conference East Division. Running back James Starks earned second-team All-MAC honors in ’06 and was an honorable mention Freshman All-American by The Sporting News. Center Jamey Richards, whom he coached, was drafted in the seventh round by the Indianapolis Colts and started at left guard and center as a rookie. McClure spent the two previous seasons (’04-’05) as an assistant on Bill Callahan’s staff at the University of Nebraska. McClure assisted with the offensive line, coaching the offensive tackles, as well as serving in several special teams roles. During that time, Nebraska defeated Michigan in the Alamo Bowl. He coached lineman Matt Slauson, who earned Freshman All-America honors and became a sixth-round draft choice of the New York Jets. He also coached lineman Lydon Murtha, a seventh-round selection by the Detroit Lions. Prior to his stint at Nebraska, McClure played a major role in developing recordbreaking offenses at Sacramento State University, where he served as assistant head coach and offensive line coach from ’97-’03. During his tenure at Sacramento State, 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 New England Patriots, has collected three Super Bowl rings since moving to the NFL, while Marko Cavka was a sixth-round selection by the New York 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 Sacramento State, the Hornets led the Big Sky in rushing four times (’98, ’99, ’00, ’02). In 1996, McClure coached tight ends at the University of Nevada. He helped the Wolfpack 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. That year, Nevada led Division I-A with 527.3 yards per game of total offense and topped the Big West Conference in both rushing and passing. From the winter of ’95 to the spring of ’96, he served as offensive line/run game coordinator at American River College. McClure helped create the offensive playbook and assisted with the strength and conditioning program. In addition, McClure served as a guest coach in several NFL camps over the years, including the Buffalo Bills (’07, ’06), San Francisco 49ers (’02, ’00, ’99, ’98, ’97, ’96), Seattle Seahawks (’98) and San Diego Chargers (’97). A graduate of Sacramento State, where he played football from ’87-’91, McClure also served as a member of the faculty there from ’97-’04. He was a member of the ’88 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 School in Sacramento as assistant head coach and defensive coordinator from ’92-’95 while also coaching the offensive line and tight ends. PERSONAL — Education: Bachelor’s in Liberal Studies from Sacramento State, 1995; At UCLA: Fourth year/third in administration (joined the staff in June of 2007); Born: December 9, 1968 in San Francisco, CA; Family: Angus and his wife Erin have two sons, Hamish (10) and Malcolm (5).

STEVEN RADICEVIC

DIRECTOR OF FOOTBALL OPERATIONS-3RD YEAR UCLA ’07

Steven Radicevic is in his third season on the Bruin football staff.This will be his second season as director of football operations after serving as assistant director of football operations in 2008. His duties include overseeing all day-to-day operations for the football program; arranging camps, clinics, pro day and the daily schedule; serving as the football liaison with the athletic department and handling all issues pertaining to incoming student-athletes (transcripts, applications, housing). He also works with assistant coach Reggie Moore on alumni-player relations. In 2007, he worked as an undergraduate coach after having his playing career end due to a back injury. He assisted the defense, working with the line, coached the scout team offensive line and also directed offensive scout team meetings. He also helped organize recruiting efforts in Florida, Texas, Louisiana and Southern California. Radicevic redshirted in ’06, practicing on the defensive line. He transferred to UCLA in January of ’06 from UC Davis, where he played offensive tackle for two (’03 and ’04) seasons. He did not play in ’05 prior to his transfer. Radicevic grew up in Culver City, CA and attended El Segundo, CA High. PERSONAL — Education: Bachelor's in Psychology from UCLA, Dec. 2007; At UCLA: Second year in current position; Born: February 10, 1985 in Key West, FL; Family: Son of Alexandra Radicevic; has one sister, Stephanie, a junior at the University of Arizona.

MIKE LINN

HEAD ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE COACH-13TH YEAR UCLA ’93

Mike Linn is in the third year of his second tenure as UCLA’s head athletic performance coach.The Bruins continue to make great strides thanks to Linn’s training methods and use of cutting-edge technology. Linn, who has both collegiate and corporate experience, previously served as the Bruin head strength and conditioning coach from 1999-2002. The 1993 UCLA graduate was a two-year starter along the offensive line on the Bruin football team and a member of two Bruin bowl teams. In addition to working directly with football, he oversees all operations in UCLA’s 15,000square foot weight room. He is joined by a highly-accredited staff, including assistant coaches Craig Sowers, Ray Weisenbarger, Jon Fussell, Jill Robinson and Wes Long. Linn is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength Coaches Association, as well as a Level One weightlifting coach. A national speaker in his field, he is also a published author in the field of human performance. Linn rejoined the Bruin program in February of 2007 after serving as the Vice President of Performance for Velocity Sports Performance since 2006. While at Velocity Sports Performance, he worked to develop training programs for its 63 franchise locations and over 20,000 athletes nationwide. In addition, Linn supervised the training and professional development for a network of over 700 coaches. Linn was also instrumental in launching several key initiatives with Velocity’s national partners Gatorade, Nike and the National Strength and Conditioning Association during his tenure.

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COACHES & STAFF From 2005-2006, Linn served as the Director of the Velocity Sports Performance franchise in St. Louis, MO. While at the St. Louis location, he collaborated on the training, injury prevention and rehabilitation of over 500 area athletes. He also directed professional athlete development programs for numerous NFL, MLB, NHL and MLS athletes. Linn’s collegiate experience includes a stint from 2002-2005 as the Director of Strength and Conditioning at St. Louis University. At SLU, he was responsible for all aspects of athletic performance for the over 350 student-athletes at the university that participated in 16 Division I sports. Mike previously served as the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach at UCLA from 1999-2002.While managing all areas of the strength and conditioning department for over 700 student-athletes, Linn designed and administered weight training, conditioning, agility, plyometric and speed development programs for football and basketball. Prior to becoming the head of the UCLA program in 1999, he worked with the Olympic sports teams as an assistant strength and conditioning coach from 199299. Five of his Bruin teams captured national championships during his tenure as an assistant (men’s volleyball, men’s water polo (2), men’s soccer and women’s softball). In addition, the women’s basketball team won its first Pac-10 Championship and advanced to the Elite Eight of the NCAA tournament. Linn came to UCLA as a freshman recruit in 1987 after starring as an offensive lineman and track and field performer at Esperanza High School in Orange County, CA. He was named the No. 17 prep lineman in the country by one publication and earned Tacoma News-Tribune and Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West team honors. Linn was also a school record-holder and All-CIF performer in the discus. The 1993 UCLA graduate was a member of two bowl teams and a starter in two seasons. The Bruins averaged 164 yards on the ground during Linn’s starts at right guard, including one of UCLA’s all-time best efforts of 358 yards versus Arizona in 1991. He also was a starter for UCLA’s stunning upset at No. 2-ranked Washington in the 1990 season. One of the top Bruins in the weight room as a player, Linn set a team-high in the three main lifts -- squat, bench, and clean -- of 1,366 pounds during his junior season. Following the conclusion of his playing days, Mike served as a undergraduate assistant coach during the 1992 season at UCLA. PERSONAL — Education: Bachelor‘s of Arts, UCLA, 1993; At UCLA: Third year of second tenure (joined staff in February, 2007) - 13th year overall; Born: November 7, 1969; Family: Linn is married to the former Karen Nelson, a UCLA gymnast who was a two-time All-American in the Vault and the 1994 Pac-10 Vault champion.They have two children, Kylie and Ryker.

BOB FIELD

ASSOCIATE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR/FOOTBALL-32ND YEAR ARKANSAS ’71

Bob Field is an associate athletic director and has served as a member of UCLA’s athletic administration since January of 2001. Field oversees men’s and women’s golf and women’s rowing and serves as an aide to Dan Guerrero in all football matters. He was instrumental in the coaching search that resulted in the selection of Rick Neuheisel. Field also oversees housing, parking, training table, video services, agent relations and coaches’ development. Prior to his switch to administration, Field spent 22 seasons as an assistant coach with the Bruin football team. He was the assistant head coach during his final five seasons (1996-2000) and served as defensive coordinator for 16 seasons (1982-95 and 19992000) while tutoring outside linebackers, place kickers and defensive backs at various times in his career. Field has been at UCLA since 1978, with the exception of the 1980 season. Over the years, he tutored some of the top athletes in school history and crafted numerous defenses ranked in the Top 20 in various categories. He began his coaching career under the legendary Bear Bryant at Alabama (1971-72) and moved to Mississippi State in 1973. During his five-year tenure at MSU, he coached the secondary and served as defensive coordinator in his final four seasons with the Bulldogs. Field earned a Bachelor’s degree in Science Education at Arkansas in 1971 and was named to the All-Southwest Conference Academic Team his senior year. He was a three-year varsity letterman and two-year starter in the secondary. In his three varsity seasons, the Razorbacks were 28-5. As a player and coach, Field participated in 20 bowl games, including one Orange, two Sugar, three Cotton, two Fiesta and five Rose Bowls. During his tenure at UCLA, the Bruins recorded eight consecutive bowl wins, eight straight wins over USC and won or tied for seven Pac-10 championships. PERSONAL — He is married to Valorie Kondos Field, UCLA’s current women’s gymnastics coach. He has three sons: Kyle, Brian and Michael. Brian and his wife Carmell have two daughters, Selah and Micah.

TONY PERRI

DIRECTOR OF EQUIPMENT OPERATIONS-26TH YEAR UCLA ’84

Tony Perri is in his fifth year as the Director of Equipment Operations at UCLA and his 26th as a full-time staff member in the equipment room (Feb. 1985). He also worked part-time as a student employee. He is responsible for overseeing the purchasing, fitting, maintenance, and distribution of equipment for all 24 of UCLA's athletic teams. Perri works primarily with the football and men's basketball squads. In addition, Perri supervises the student manager program along with his equipment staff - Pete Maglieri, Sean Markus, Phil Hollenbaugh, Kyle Steve, Kristen Beer and Eddie Valencia. Perri is also responsible for managing an annual equipment budget of over $1.5 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 in 1999. A former Bruin baseball player (1980-83) who earned his BA in 1984, Perri and his wife Lenora have two children, Bryan and Laureen.

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ANTHONY VENUTE

HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINER FOR FOOTBALL-2ND SEASON UCLA ’02

Anthony Venute joined the UCLA athletic training staff in May of 2005.A UCLA graduate, he is set to begin his sixth season working with Bruin football and his second 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. Anthony has been NATA (National Athletic Trainers’ Association) certified since 2002.


COACHES & STAFF

KEN NORRIS

VIDEO COORDINATOR-22ND YEAR

Ken Norris is in his 22nd 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 “cut-ups” 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 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 Pacific-10 Conference. This venture now allows the Conference’s 10 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 films 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’ year-end highlight films. He is assisted by full-time staff members Eric Kowal and Tony Gentile and students Ethan Tussey, Phil Izdebzki, Eddie Kim, David Godoy, Forrest Lockwood and Robert Ledo. Norris began his career working for the NFL’s Los Angeles Rams at age 13 splicing and editing 16mm film. He came to UCLA in 1989 after the retirement of legendary Bruin cinematographer Stan Troutman. He and his wife, Joan, have two children, Travis (age 19) and Chelsea (17).

SCOTT MITCHELL

ASSISTANT ATHLETIC DIRECTOR-MARKETING & NEW REVENUES 27TH YEAR-UTAH ’81

Scott Mitchell oversees the UCLA Marketing Department which consists of approximately 25 staff members (five full-time employees, 12 undergraduate student interns and a telemarketing staff of 10 to 15). Mitchell’s areas of responsibility include UCLA ticket sales, alternative revenue generation, brand marketing, advertising and promotion for 24 Bruin sports teams. He is responsible for website overview, digital strategy, liaison with the UCLA licensing and apparel divisions, spirit support and the band. He has oversight of UCLA’s community relations programs:“I’m Going To College”,“Athletics For Youth”,“Adopt A Classroom” and “Read to Succeed”. Mitchell works closely with the UCLA Central Ticket Office, the ISP sales team in increasing corporate support for UCLA’s athletic program and with the Sport Information Department in furthering UCLA’s brand presence throughout Southern California and the nation. Football attendance, ticket sales and corresponding revenue have increased dramatically during Mitchell’s tenure as Director of Marketing. 2009 marked a year of record football revenue. The 2008 season marked the first time in UCLA history that over a half-million fans watched the Bruins play at the Rose Bowl. The three best years in UCLA history for average annual attendance have occurred under Mitchell’s leadership. UCLA reached 60,000 in average attendance six times in their first 58 years of existence. The Bruins have surpassed that figure in nine of the past 10 years.

New programs that Mitchell initiated for 2010 UCLA Football include the introduction of the new Student Den Season Pass that replaces the Den Season Ticket, the creation of a Spouse/Partner discounted season pass, the creation and implementation of a firstever reserved parking option for non-donor football season ticket holders at Parson’s, and the inception of a True Bruins Wear Blue promotion encouraging fans, students and faculty/staff members to wear blue on the Friday prior to each home game. Mitchell is the founder of the“I’m GoingTo College” program,the nation’s largest collegiate community outreach program, which now impacts 50,000 youngsters annually. He created the “SuperShot”, the student promotion that runs at halftime of every UCLA men’s and women’s basketball game, and was responsible for forming UCLA’s student/fan support group “The Den”. He created UCLA’s successful Select-A-Seat program, held annually at the Rose Bowl and Pauley Pavilion. Mitchell is responsible for the tagline “Champions Made Here”, which UCLA has built into a multi-year branding campaign. Mitchell is on the NCAA Football Promotions and Brand Marketing Committee and is the former Chair of that group. He has been a member of the five-person Pac-10 Properties Board of Directors since its inception. He is the Chair of the Football Game Day Programming Committee. Mitchell has served in a number of leadership and administrative roles on behalf of UCLA and the Pac-10 Conference over the past 25 years. Mitchell, a 1981 graduate of the University of Utah and a former student athlete in the sport of baseball, is the father of three children: Windy, Courtney and Kelsey. He resides in Capistrano Beach.

DALE RUDD

DIRECTOR OF SPORTS MEDICINE-15TH YEAR CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE ’75

Dale Rudd, who has more than 30 years of experience in intercollegiate athletics, is in his 15th year as UCLA’s Director of Sports Medicine. He oversees the operation of UCLA’s coed training room. Rudd leads a center that offers Bruin athletes a comprehensive program entailing injury prevention; recognition, evaluation and management of injuries; rehabilitation and reconditioning following injury or surgery; and education and counseling. In addition, the staff and facilities of the UCLA Medical Center, one of the world’s best medical teaching facilities, are heavily utilized in the treatment of the student-athletes. In Spring of 2003, the athletic training staff moved into a new state-of-the-art facility as part of the Acosta Center project. Rudd returned to UCLA in May of 2003 from the University of California, where he served as head athletic trainer for one year. Prior to that, he was an athletic trainer and rehabilitation specialist with El Dorado Physical Therapy in El Dorado Hills, CA for a year. He also served as head athletic trainer at Stanford from 1997-2001, head athletic trainer at UCLA from 1990-97 and head athletic trainer at Pepperdine from 1988-90. In addition, Rudd has had management positions on athletic training staffs at Purdue (’85-’88), Cal State Northridge (’82-’85), UNLV (’78-’82) and U.S. International University (’77-’78). He served on the NATA Appropriate Medical Coverage Task Force, and is past chair of the Pac-10 Athletic Trainer Committee (’94-’96) and past co-chair of the Pac-10 Student-Athlete Health Care Conference (’99). The Athletic Training and Rehabilitation Center is a coed facility staffed by Certified Athletic Trainers, including Steve Agee, Lorita Granger,Tandice Hawkey, Kristin Lage,April McKinney, Laef Morris, James Smuda, Tony Spino, Tina Tubbs, Director of Rehabilitation Jeremy Vail and head football trainer Anthony Venute. They are assisted by 30 student athletic trainers. PERSONAL — Education: Bachelor’s (Magna Cum Laude) from Cal State Northridge, 1976; Master’s of Science in Exercise and Sport Science from Arizona, 1977; At UCLA: Seventh year (named head trainer in May of 2003; previously UCLA's head trainer for seven years - June 1990-Spring 1997); Born: February 4, 1953 in Tucson,AZ; Family:Wife,

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2010 SEASON OUTLOOK The Bruins begin the third season of the Rick Neuheisel Era having closed out the 2009 campaign by winning four of their last five games, including a victory in the EagleBank Bowl.They enter the 2010 season with the coaching staff virtually intact and a third straight Top Ten recruiting class. A total of 42 lettermen, including 12 positional starters and the best kicking tandem in the nation, give Neuheisel and his staff reason for optimism heading towards the Sept. 4 opener at Kansas State. “I expect us to continue to build on the growth and progress we made on offense a year ago,” said the Bruin head coach. “Most of our young players have now gained starting experience and are entering the third year of our system.That experience, combined with their continuity in the system, leads us to believe we are ready to take a step forward offensively, especially in the area of the big play. With all that said, I expect there to be great competition at virtually every position on a daily basis and it will be fun to watch us continue to develop as a unit.” “Defensively, we lost some important contributors but we are excited about our returning nucleus of starters and young talent. We were pleased with their overall development during Spring Practice. Our staff on this side of the ball will continue to tweak our system to fit the strengths of our players. In addition, we have made great strides in speed and strength due to our recruiting and off-season conditioning.” “When it comes to special teams, no team has a better pair of kickers than Kai Forbath and Jeff Locke. We have made great strides in our coverage units and we will be looking to solidify our kick returning position during the Fall.” Offensively, UCLA returns players with starting experience at nine of the eleven positions. Quarterback Kevin Prince started 11 games and threw for over 2,000 yards in his first season on the field. The top two wide receivers in terms of receptions and receiving yards -- Taylor Embree (45 for 608 yards) and Nelson Rosario (42 for 723 yards) -- are also back, as is tight end Cory Harkey, who started four games. Last season's top two rushers, Johnathan Franklin, a starter in eight games who totaled 566 yards on the ground, and Derrick Coleman, who ran for 244 yards, are both set to return. Four starters along the offensive line also return -- left guard Jeff Baca, center Kai Maiava, right guard Eddie Williams and right tackle Mike Harris.The coaches will look at several other talented players to help complete the puzzle. Defensively, UCLA returns five starters, plus a 2008 starter and several other key performers from a unit that ranked near the top of the Pac-10 in pass defense, total defense and scoring defense. All-America free safety Rahim Moore, who led the nation with 10 interceptions, and outside linebacker Akeem Ayers, who scored three defensive touchdowns, are the leaders of this group. UCLA returns three players who started a majority of the games in the secondary - Moore, strong safety Tony Dye and cornerback Sheldon Price - and another cornerback, Aaron Hester, who won the starting job but played in just two games due to injury. End Datone Jones, who made 11 tackles for loss, is the leader on the line. Several talented youngsters will compete for open spots and playing time this Fall. On special teams, Forbath led the nation in field goals per game (2.15/g), won the Lou Groza Award and earned consensus All-America honors. Jeff Locke ranked second in the Pac-10 in punting and was the only freshman among the semifinalists for the Ray Guy Award. ChristianYount was the first-ever long snapper named to the Playboy pre-season All-America team. The schedule features trips to BCS Championship Game participant Texas and Kansas State, both of the Big XII, and a non-conference home date with high-scoring Houston from Conference USA. Five of the nine Pacific-10 conference games are at the Rose Bowl this season, beginning with a battle against Stanford on September 11 and culminating with the regular-season finale versus USC on December 4. It also features Thursday night games at Oregon and at Washington and a Friday afternoon encounter at Arizona State.

OFFENSE QUARTERBACK The Bruins return three quarterbacks who each took their first snaps in a game last season. All now have experience and familiarity with the system and will be looking to provide a consistent level of production and efficiency within the system. Redshirt sophomore KEVIN PRINCE (6-2, 230) was named the starter a year ago at the end of 2009 Spring

Practice. He went on to open up under center against San Diego State and started all 11 games he played in during the season.The strong-armed signal-caller completed 173 of 308 passes (56%) for 2,050 yards, eight touchdowns and eight interceptions. His completions and passing yards rank No. 2 on UCLA's all-time freshman list. He ranked seventh in the Pac-10 in total offense (202.64) and eighth in passing efficiency (115.45) and passing yards (186.36). In addition to his exploits in the air, Prince netted 179 rushing yards. Prince became just the second freshman quarterback (Tommy Maddox, 1990) in UCLA history to pass for over 300 yards three times (311 v. Cal, 323 at Oregon St., 314 at Wash. St.) in a season. In fact, only Cade McNown, with six games as a senior in 1998, and Tom Ramsey, with four as a senior in 1982, have produced more 300-yard passing games in a season. Prince’s total of 323 passing yards at Oregon State ranks No. 5 on UCLA’s freshman passing list and 28th overall. His 390 total yards of offense at Washington State ranks No. 2 among Bruin freshmen (Tommy Maddox, 445 v. USC, 1990). True sophomore RICHARD BREHAUT (6-2, 222) entered school for the 2009 Spring Quarter and was able to get a head start on the season by participating in last year's Spring drills. He went on to see action in six games off the bench and completed 11 of 17 passing attempts for 124 yards, no touchdowns and one interception. His year of experience should put him in better position to compete for playing time this season. Redshirt sophomore NICK CRISSMAN (6-3, 205) is now healthy and able to show he is ready to add depth to the position. He was sidelined during the 2008 season by a torn labrum in his throwing shoulder that required surgery and spent part of 2009 rounding back into competitive shape. He saw his first game action with 10 snaps last season at Washington State. DARIUS BELL (6-0, 218), a sophomore who transferred in this summer from City College of San Francisco, adds a dual threat performer to the mix. He completed 143 of 247 passes for 1,982 yards with 21 touchdowns and five interceptions last season at CCSF. He also rushed for 751 yards and 11 scores. Walkon CLAYTON TUNNEY (6-4, 213), a redshirt junior who transferred in last year from UC Davis, will add depth after working with the scout team in 2009. “Our quarterbacks are still rather young, but now they have that most valuable ingredient of all, experience, on their resumes.We must continue to improve our play at this position and I am confident that we will,” said coach Neuheisel. “Kevin has been impressive at times and his play and leadership seemed to get better as the season unfolded. It will be interesting to measure his progress as he has now had a chance to fully process the experience he gained last season.We threw a lot at Richard in his first year in the program and he responded well. His experience will certainly benefit him going forward. Nick continued to show progress during the Spring.” RUNNING BACK The Bruins return their top two tailbacks from a year ago, both of whom started at least one game.The competition figures to be intense right through the Fall. Redshirt sophomore JOHNATHAN FRANKLIN (5-10, 198) appeared in all 13 games last season, starting eight times. He led the Bruins in rushing, and put together a pair of 100-yard games versus Kansas State (23 carries for 119) and California (11 for 101), and scored five touchdowns. His 566 yards rank as the sixth-best total ever by a Bruin freshman back and his average of 43.54 rushing yards per game ranked 12th in the Pac-10. True junior DERRICK COLEMAN (6-0, 231), who offers a good speed and size combination, has been the team’s second-leading rusher in each of the past two seasons (244 yards in 2009; 284 in 2008). He saw action in all 13 games a year ago and made one start (at Washington State). RUNNING BACK DERRICK COLEMAN

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2010 SEASON OUTLOOK Incoming recruits JORDON JAMES (5-11,191),a highly regarded speedster from Corona,CA HS;MALCOLM JONES (6-0,223),who was named the Gatorade National Player of theYear after a big season at Oaks Christian HS inWestlakeVillage,CA;as well as, ANTHONY BARR (6-5, 228) from Loyola HS, join the team in August. Each earned numerous prep-All-America honors a year ago. “We have talent and experience in the backfield and we will watch them continue to push each other on a daily basis at practice in the battle for playing time,” Neuheisel said. “We need this group to become consistently productive and more efficient. Johnathan showed he has the ability to be a prime time player for us, but must eliminate mistakes that can undo the good he can provide. Derrick has played well for us at times and can be a big plus.The youngsters will up the level of competition in the daily practices. It will be interesting to evaluate this group each day leading up to the start of the season.” F- BACK This hybrid position will line up in the backfield, on the line and be put in motion on different formations and plays.

He earned All-Region acclaim after helping lead Corona, CA Centennial HS to a State championship as a prep senior. Redshirt sophomore JERRY JOHNSON (6-4, 208) came off the bench in two games last year. Redshirt junior transfer JOSH SMITH (6-0, 197) will look to find his way into the mix after joining the Bruins last fall following a transfer from the University of Colorado. He was a dangerous receiver and return man (honorable mention All-Big 12, 2008) for the Buffaloes. Smith caught 52 balls for three touchdowns in his two seasons at CU. He averaged 10.4 yards on 28 punt returns amd 25.5 yards on 50 kickoff returns. Redshirt freshman walk-on JERRY RICE, JR. (5-11, 192) adds depth. “This group has a nice combination of experienced talent and youthful potential,” said the head coach. “Taylor and Nelson each had outstanding seasons for us a year ago. Our young receivers, Randall and Ricky, continue to develop and I am looking forward to seeing them on the field. Jerry possesses the ability to give us quality depth in the rotation. Josh gives us another deep threat with experience at this level. It should be fun watching this unit compete in practice.” TIGHT END

Redshirt senior CHRISTIAN RAMIREZ (6-2, 215) will get a longer look at this position during Fall drills. He spent his freshman year on defense before moving to tailback. He is a fine athlete who has battled adversity the past few seasons. He missed 2008 due to eligibility reasons and was sidelined at the beginning of the 2009 campaign following an ankle injury. Ramirez went on to appear in three games last season with one start at running back (at Arizona). He had nine carries for 44 yards on the ground and caught one pass.

True junior CORY HARKEY (6-5, 259) is a big, athletic youngster who saw action in all 13 games and made four starts in 2009. He can be a force at the point of attack and also caught eight balls for 41 yards and a touchdown.

True sophomore MORRELL PRESLEY (6-4, 222) lined up at the F-back position this past Spring after playing in six games a year ago as a reserve tight end/wide receiver, making one start. Presley, who has the size and speed to create mismatches at this position, caught six passes for 43 yards during the 2009 season.

Redshirt sophomore JOSEPH FAURIA (6-7, 259) joined the Bruins in the Fall of 2009 after transferring from Notre Dame, where he played in three games as a freshman in 2008. He impressed the Bruin staff with his work with the scout team and appears ready to step right in and contribute based on his Spring efforts.

Speedy true sophomore DAMIEN THIGPEN (5-8, 178) saw action in all 13 games last season as a running back/special teams player. He carried 26 times for 62 net yards and caught seven passes for 41 yards. Thigpen also returned four kickoffs for an 18.0 average and did a good job in kick coverage.

Redshirt sophomore walkon KEVIN McDERMOTT (6-3, 239) also spent the Spring working at this position. In addition, he serves as the back-up long snapper. Another walkon, redshirt freshman ANDREW YELICH (6-3, 223) is back.

Redshirt senior TOBI UMODU (5-11, 240), who made the move from linebacker to fullback in the Spring of 2008, figures to provide depth at this position. He did not see game action last season, but appeared in two contests in 2008. Redshirt freshman JAYSON ALLMOND (6-0, 260), from Fontana, CA, is a bruising blocker and runner who displayed his talents on the scout team last season while adjusting to the college game. Walkon redshirt freshman ROBERT FRANCO (6-0, 232) will look to add depth. "The F-back will enable us to get players in better position to take advantage of their skills," said coach Neuheisel. "Christian is a gifted athlete who needs to put it all together to get on the field. Morrell has a full year of experience under his belt and we anticipate his productivity rising. Damien has speed to burn and we must get him in position to utilize it. Tobi and Jayson gives us additional weapons at this spot." WIDE RECEIVER The wide receiver position returns the top two receivers, each of whom made over 40 catches last season, and a group of young up-and-comers who will try to replace Terrence Austin. A talented transfer is also looking to inject himself into the mix. True junior TAYLOR EMBREE (6-3, 201) has enjoyed two straight highly-productive seasons. He made 12 starts a year ago and led the team with 45 catches, after ranking second, with 40 receptions, as a freshman. Embree’s 608 receiving yards were second-best on the team in 2009 while his 45 catches led to 29 first downs or touchdowns. His two-year total of 85 receptions ranks No. 22 (tied) on the UCLA career list. Embree ranked 12th (tied) in the Pac-10 in receptions (3.46) and was 13th in receiving yards (46.77). True junior NELSON ROSARIO (6-5, 218), who blossomed during the latter half of last season, appeared in all 13 games and made two starts. He was named honorable mention All-Pac-10 after leading the team with 723 receiving yards and his average of 17.2 yards per catch. His total of 42 receptions ranked second on the team and produced 30 first downs, including two touchdowns. Rosario ranked 12th (tied) in the Pac-10 in receiving yards (55.62) and 18th (tied) in receptions (3.23). Three young speed receivers will be looking to expand their roles on the team and each performed well during Spring Practice. True sophomore RANDALL CARROLL (5-10, 186) appeared in 10 games during the 2009 season and made three receptions for 21 yards. Redshirt freshman RICKY MARVRAY (5-11, 188) earned the attention of the coaching staff last season while performing on the scout team.

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Despite the graduation of Logan Paulsen and Ryan Moya, this position looks to be in good shape with several experienced players returning to the practice field.

True freshman JOHN YOUNG (6-3, 260), from Loyola HS, arrives in August. “I am excited about our group of tight ends,” said Neuheisel. “Cory has done a nice job for us in his first two seasons and now it is his time to step up. Joseph is a great addition and gives our quarterbacks a large target as a receiver. The young players are capable of providing depth at the position.” OFFENSIVE LINE The offensive line brings plenty of quality starting experience to the table. The unit returns four players who started a majority of the contests a year ago and three others who have started games. Last year’s starting left tackle, Xavier Su’a Filo, is currently serving his two-year Mormon mission. True junior JEFF BACA (6-4, 305) will be looking to start for the third straight season.An athletic big man, he was on the field for the opening offensive snap at left guard in all 13 games last season and has 21 career starts to his credit. Redshirt junior MIKE HARRIS (6-5, 319) has started the last 18 straight games at right tackle. He looks to continue to build on a solid sophomore campaign. Redshirt junior KAI MAIAVA (6-1, 298) started all 12 regular-season games last year at center. A transfer from Colorado where he started nine games at guard in 2007, he also brings plenty of experience to the table. Redshirt senior EDDIE WILLIAMS (6-1, 329), who transferred in after earning junior college All-America honors at Mt. San Antonio College, started the first six games of 2009 at right guard until sidelined by a fractured left ankle. He made it through the Spring in good shape and is ready to go. Redshirt senior RYAN TAYLOR (6-3, 298) will compete for the starting center spot and could also add depth at the guard spots. A transfer from Tyler (TX) College, he started contests last season at right guard against Oregon State and Washington before being sidelined by a foot injury. A trio of redshirt seniors stand ready to help the line. Tackle MICAH KIA (6-5, 321), who started 15 games in the 2007 and 2008 seasons, returns after suffering a knee injury which kept him on the sidelines during the 2009 season. He was limited to non-contact work during Spring drills but will compete for the left tackle spot in Fall camp. DARIUS SAVAGE (6-4, 339) is another experienced candidate at the guard position, having played in all 13 games in 2009 on special teams and seeing limited duty at guard after starting seven games there in 2008. However, he sat out


2010 SEASON OUTLOOK the action this Spring following back surgery. SEAN SHELLER (6-5, 300) returned to the offensive tackle position in the Spring after spending the 2009 season on defense. He saw action in three games last year on special teams. Redshirt sophomore tackle BRETT DOWNEY (6-7, 302) saw his first game action last season at Washington State. He has impressed the coaches with his hard work and received a long look at tackle during the Spring. Redshirt freshman GREG CAPELLA (6-4, 320) is a strong young player who put his year of scout team experience to work for him this past Spring at the center position. Redshirt sophomore CONNOR BRADFORD (6-5, 249) returns to the offensive side of the ball this season (defensive line in 2009) and will add depth on the line, as will redshirt sophomore walkon AUSTIN HILL (6-5, 260). True sophomore guard STAN HASIAK (6-5, 307) is not eligible to compete this season. True freshman WADE YANDALL (6-4, 329) from Carson, CA HS enrolled early and participated in 2010 Spring ball. He will compete for playing time at a guard position. Two incoming freshmen, KODY INNES (6-4, 279), from Saguaro HS in Scottsdale, AZ and CHRIS WARD (6-4, 318) from Santa Ana, CA Mater Dei HS, join the mix in August. Both were highly-recruited prospects. Sophomore CASEY GRIFFITHS (6-5, 285) transferred in during the summer after playing a season of football at American River College last year. “The offensive line has grown and developed together the last two seasons," Neuheisel said. "A lot of the guys have gained significant starting experience which will pay dividends this season. Most of them have also now been through the wars together, playing along side one another. We will look to identify our best unit and combinations and work to make them the best they can be in August." DEFENSE UCLA returns five starters on this side of the ball plus many talented youngsters who will compete for playing time and starting jobs throughout Fall camp. DEFENSIVE LINE This unit returns one full-time starter and the competition for playing time should be interesting to watch. True junior left end DATONE JONES (6-4, 269) is the lone returning starter on the line. A year ago, he developed into an impact player and will now be looked upon for performance and leadership in 2010. As a sophomore, he started all 13 games and ranked third on the squad in quarterback sacks (4.0) and fourth on the team and 12th in the Pac-10 with his 11.0 tackles for loss. On the year, he made 30 tackles and earned Sophomore All-America honorable mention. Three youngsters - redshirt sophomore DAMIEN HOLMES (6-3, 265), redshirt freshman KEENAN GRAHAM (6-2, 245) and true sophomore IUTA TEPA (6-1, 248) - will compete this Fall at the right end spot vacated by Korey Bosworth (14.0 tackles for loss). A year ago, Holmes played well in a reserve role, appearing in all 13 games. He made 11 tackles, three for loss. Graham, suffered a fractured jaw in last year’s pre-season camp and ended up redshirting.Tepa saw action in five games on defense or special teams in 2009. All three possess outstanding pass-rush skills. Redshirt senior REGINALD STOKES (6-3, 272) missed Spring Practice due to January surgery on his right knee. It is anticipated that he will be ready by August and will be able to add depth at the position. In 2009, he appeared in eight games and contributed 10 tackles. Redshirt sophomore walkon RYAN MEDINA (6-3, 240) will also compete for playing time at end. With the departure of All-American Brian Price (23.5 tackles for loss) and fellow tackle Jerzy Siewierski, redshirt senior DAVID CARTER (6-5, 301) is the most experienced of the tackle candidates. Carter has been a valuable reserve the past few years and has worked hard during the off-season to prepare himself for a starting role. He saw action in all 13 games in 2009 and was one of the most improved players on the defense. He occupied linemen so the linebackers could make plays, a key on the fourth-and-goal stop at Tennessee, and also made nine tackles himself. Redshirt junior NATE CHANDLER (6-5, 290) will get a long look at one of the tackle positions. Chandler, strong and athletic, has made the switch to defense after contributing at tight end and at offensive tackle over the past two years. He appeared in 10 games in 2009, mostly on special teams, and made one reception. Redshirt junior JUSTIN EDISON (6-4, 290), redshirt senior ANDY KEANE (6-2, 276) and redshirt sophomore DONOVAN CARTER (6-1, 280) all figure

to compete for playing time at tackle. Edison appeared in six games a year ago and made two tackles. Carter, who played in a handful of games on special teams, has moved from linebacker to tackle. Keane, who did not see game action but played well in practice situations, is recovering from a finger tendon injury and his status for Fall camp is undetermined. Five highly-recruited freshmen - three tackles and two ends - will raise the competiton level in August. CASSIUS MARSH (6-4, 285) of Westlake Village, CA, WESLEY FLOWERS (6-4, 257) from Fresno, CA, and SEALI'I EPENESA (6-2, 320) from Honolulu, HI, are expected to begin their Bruin careers at tackle while OWAMAGBE ODIGHIZUWA (6-4, 240) from Portland, OR, and DERRICK BRYANT (6-3, 236) from Columbus, OH, will line up at end/linebacker. All earned numerous prep honors and several could make contributions this coming season. Odighizuwa was rated among the top two or three ends nationally, while Marsh rated among the nation's Top 10 at tackle. "We worked the defensive linemen hard during the Spring and the competition was fierce," said Neuheisel. "Datone is one of the top ends in the Pac-10 and our leader in this area.We have some talented youngsters who are looking to step up and prove they can follow in the footsteps of last year’s starters. I expect the competiton to continue to be keen when we add our talented freshmen to the squad in August." LINEBACKER One starter from 2009, plus one starter from 2008, return to form the nucleus of the linebacker corps. Redshirt junior outside linebacker AKEEM AYERS (6-4, 255) blossomed into a big-play performer a year ago and is a legitimate All-America candidate this season. He is already on the watch lists for the Lott Trophy and Rotary Lombardi Award. In 2009, he scored three touchdowns - two on interceptions and one on a fumble return.An outstanding all-around athlete with great quickness and range, he is adept at pressuring the quarterback.Ayers finished the season with 14.5 tackles for loss, six quarterback sacks and four interceptions to rank second on the squad in all three categories. He also was third with 75 tackles, most among the 2010 returnees. Redshirt junior STEVE SLOAN (6-4, 228) has the most experience among the middle linebacker candidates seeking to replace Reggie Carter, who led the team in tackles in 2009 for a second straight year. In 2008, Sloan moved into the lineup for the year's third game (Arizona) and went on to start in nine of the final 10 contests, missing only when the Bruins began in the nickel formation. He made the defensive calls and was a solid overall performer, totaling 29 tackles. Last season, he appeared in all 13 games, mostly on special teams, and made three tackles. True junior SEAN WESTGATE (5-11, 217), a standout performer on special teams his first two seasons, is the most experienced of the other outside linebacker candidates looking to replace the steady Kyle Bosworth. In 2009,Westgate played in all 13 games, including seven on defense, and started once. He made 18 tackles and blocked two punts, one of which resulted in a safety. He has now blocked three punts in two years. Westgate scored a touchdown on a blocked punt as a freshman. Redshirt senior MIKE SCHMITT (6-1, 231), redshirt junior GLENN LOVE (6-4, 220) and true freshman JARED KOSTER (6-1, 213) figure to compete with Westgate for starting honors and playing time on the weak side. Schmitt appeared in all 13 games, mostly on special teams, and contributed eight tackles. Love made a smooth transition from strong safety to linebacker this Spring.A big hitter, he played in all 13 games a year ago on defense and special teams and was credited with 27 tackles. Koster entered school in January, 2010 after recovering from a sports hernia, and played well during Spring drills. Two talented youngsters - redshirt sophomore PATRICK LARIMORE (6-3, 249) and redshirt freshman TODD GOLPER (6-0, 228) - will compete with Sloan for playing time in the middle. Larimore, who had an impressive Spring, appeared in 11 games (missed two due to a concussion) and played on several of the special teams units a year ago. Golper, one of the top linebackers in the West as a prep senior, redshirted in 2009. Redshirt freshman ISAIAH BOWENS (6-1, 241) and redshirt sophomore DAVID ALLEN (6-2, 225) add depth behind Ayers on the strong side. Bowens, one of the top linebackers in the West as a prep senior, is an outstanding prospect after redshirting a year ago.Allen, a transfer from Tulane, appeared in 12 games on special teams during his first year in the program. Both players were co-defensive winners of UCLA’s Outstanding Scout Team Player award. Three walk-ons -- redshirt senior FRANK GUZMAN (6-1, 221), redshirt junior LUCAS BARBOSA (6-0, 232) and redshirt freshman ALEK CUSICK (6-2, 216) -- add depth.

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2010 SEASON OUTLOOK Three true freshmen --- ARAMIDE OLANIYAN (6-2, 202) of Woodberry, VA, JORDAN ZUMWALT (6-4,225) of Huntington Beach,CA and ERIC KENDRICKS (6-1, 213) of Fresno, CA --- join the squad in August. Olaniyan and Zumwalt earned prep All-America honors a year ago while Kendricks was an All-Region performer. All three have bright futures. "Akeem showed a year ago that he is on his way to becoming one of the top linebackers in the country," Neuheisel said. "He has great talent and instincts and is getting better and better each day he takes the field. Steve and Sean have plenty of experience at the position and it will be interesting to see how they play as a unit. Patrick had some impressive moments this Spring.We feel that Glenn has a chance to make a big contribution.We look forward to working with the youngsters in this group, including the three freshmen who will join us in August." SECONDARY The Bruins return two full-time starters, plus a third player, who started the majority of games following an injury. Several candidates will compete for the two cornerback positions and the opportunity to add depth at safety. Free safety RAHIM MOORE (6-1, 196) returns for his junior season as perhaps the top safety in America and the unquestioned leader of the Bruin defense. He exploded onto the national spotlight as a true sophomore, earning All-America honors while leading the nation in interceptions. His 10 picks were the most by a player in the Football Bowl Subdivision since 2003. In addition, he also ranked second (tied) nationally in passes defensed and enters his junior season with 13 career interceptions (UCLA's career record is 19 by three-time consensus All-American Kenny Easley). He ranks fourth among returnees with 49 tackles. True junior TONY DYE (5-11, 205) returns after starting all 13 games at strong safety a year ago. Especially effective in run support, Dye was one of five Bruins to record at least 70 tackles last season and he ranks second among the returnees with 73 stops. He also scored his first collegiate touchdown at Arizona, returning a tipped, backward lateral 28 yards. Three talented youngsters --- true sophomore DALTON HILLIARD (6-0, 192) and redshirt freshmen ALEX MASCARENAS (5-10, 189) and STAN McKAY (6-1, 194) --- will compete for playing time at the two safety spots. Hilliard gained some experience a year ago, appearing in six games on defense or special teams, while Mascarenas and McKay each redshirted. All three have outstanding potential and the competition between this trio should be interesting to watch.

Canada, CA ---- will work themselves into the competition in Fall camp. Jefferson and Riley earned prep All-America honors in 2009, while McDonald ranked among the best in the West. All three will add athletic ability and speed to the Bruin defense. "The secondary is the most experienced area of our defense and the best part is that we don’t have a senior in the bunch," said the third-year Bruin head coach. "In my opinion, Rahim is the best free safety in the nation and he is also the hardest-working player on our team. His upside is unbelievable. Tony did a nice job in his first year as a starter, but we still have some talented youngsters who will push them for playing time. At corner, Sheldon went through on-the-job training, but will benefit from that experience. We are excited that Aaron is fully-recovered from last season’s leg injury.They will have to earn their spots in competition with some talented young players who will blossom with experience.The unit will be that much better, in August, when the freshmen arrive." SPECIALISTS This group figures to rank among the nation’s best with the starting kickers, longsnapper and holder returning and a record-setting returner joining the unit. Redshirt senior KAI FORBATH (6-0, 191) is closing in on all of UCLA’s career kicking records and several NCAA marks as well.The 2009 Lou Groza Award winner and the consensus All-America place kicker enters his senior year with 72 field goals (John Lee holds the UCLA record with 85; the NCAA standard is 87) and a career percentage of .867, best in UCLA history and ahead of the current NCAA record mark. Last season, Forbath led the nation in field goals per game 2.15, converting 28 of 31 attempts (all three misses were from at least 51 yards). He enters the 2010 season having made 41 of his last 44 attempts overall and 37 straight kicks inside of 50 yards. He was a perfect 19-of-19 on field goal attempts from under 40 yards, which tied and NCAA percentage record. He also has nine career field goals of at least 50 yards and a .750 percentage (nine of 12) from that distance. Redshirt sophomore JEFF LOCKE (6-1, 210) enjoyed a spectacular freshman season and should continue to improve. A year ago, he was one of the 10 semifinalists for the Ray Guy Award (only freshman on the list) and earned first-team Freshman All-America honors and second-team All-Pac-10 acclaim. He averaged 43.63 yards per kick to rank second in the Pac-10 and 16th in the nation, while UCLA ranked first in the Pac-10 in net punting. In addition, he handled the kickoff chores and led the conference with 20 touchbacks. True senior CHRISTIAN YOUNT (6-1, 243) has done an outstanding job in his three previous seasons as the team’s long snapper. In 2009, he became the first player at his position to be selected to the Playboy pre-season All-America team. Walkon redshirt sophomore KEVIN McDERMOTT (6-3, 239) adds depth at long snapper.

Several experienced candidates will compete for the two cornerback positions. True sophomore SHELDON PRICE (6-2, 178) started the final 11 games of the season while playing opposite All-American Alterraun Verner (13 career interceptions, five career touchdowns). The on-field experience figures to benefit him as his career progresses, as will some additional size and strength. On the year, he made 48 tackles. Redshirt sophomore AARON HESTER (6-1, 203) showed plenty of promise a year ago, and earned the starting job for the opener against San Diego State. Unfortunately, he was injured in that first game and made just one other appearance. Now fully-recovered from his leg injury, he played well in the Spring and is one of the favorites to win a starting position. Two other experienced players - redshirt junior COURTNEYVINEY (5-8, 168) and redshirt sophomore ANDREW ABBOTT (5-10, 178) - are also in the mix for starting jobs and playing time at cornerback.Viney started at Tennessee a year ago, playing every snap, but most of his action during the latter half of the year was on special teams. Abbott, a walkon, developed into the team's nickel cornerback a year ago. He appeared in all 13 games and made 22 tackles. True sophomore BRANDON SERMONS (5-11, 177) and redshirt freshman MARLON POLLARD (6-0, 177) were each expected to get long looks during the Spring. Pollard, who redshirted in 2009, saw plenty of action, but Sermons, who played in nine games in 2009, mostly on special teams, broke his leg midway through the four-week session. Both are outstanding prospects. Two non-scholarship cornerbacks -- redshirt sophomore JEFF DICKMAN (5-9, 178) and redshirt freshman E.J.TURNER (5-9, 200) -- figure to add depth. A trio of highly-recruited freshmen ---- cornerbacks ANTHONY JEFFERSON (6-1,177) from LosAngeles,CA;TEVIN McDONALD (6-0, 183) from Fresno, CA; safety DIETRICH RILEY (6-0, 201) of La

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Redshirt senior walkon DANNY REES (6-3, 188) did an outstanding job in his first year as Forbath's holder and will fill that role again in 2010. In addition, he provides depth at punter and had his first career kick last season at Washington State. Terrence Austin, who set numerous kickoff and kickoff yardage records during his career, is no longer on the team, but this area could again be one of strength. Redshirt junior receiver/kick returner JOSH SMITH (6-0, 197) is now ready to compete after sitting out last season following his transfer from Colorado. As a sophomore in 2008, he recorded the second-most all-purpose yards in a single-season in CU history (1,987 yards) and set school records with 50 kickoff returns and 1,276 return yards. Other candidates for kick and punt return chores will get their chances during the Fall. "I can’t imagine that any school has a pair of kickers better than Kai and Jeff," Neuheisel said. "Kai has been virtually automatic throughout his career and deserved every honor he earned a year ago. Jeff did a fantastic job as a freshman and will only continue to improve with experience. It all starts with Christian and his snaps. Danny stepped right in as our holder and we didn’t miss a beat." CORNERBACK SHELDON PRICE


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#26 ANDREW ABBOTT

Cornerback/5-10/178/RS-So./Long Beach, CA/Mater Dei HS CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 4 at Arizona, 2009

UCLA - Andrew is expected to compete for a starting spot in the defensive backfield rotation and contribute on special teams ... Possesses good speed and quickness ... Did a nice job in his first season as an active player in 2009. 2009 - Appeared in 13 games, primarily in the nickel package and on special teams, with one start (Arizona St.) ... Made his debut versus San Diego St. ... Two tackles and pass breakup at Tennessee ... Made one stop against Kansas St. ... Tackle assist against Oregon ... One pass defense versus Cal ... Career-high four tackles at Arizona ... Three tackles at Oregon St. ... Three stops in nickel package vs. Washington ... Three tackles and a forced fumble at Washington St. ... Made first career start, in the nickel package, against Arizona State and totaled two tackles ... Had one stop at USC ... Two tackles in the bowl win over Temple ... Co-defensive winner of UCLA’s John Boncheff Jr. Memorial Award for Rookie of the Year. 2008 - Did not see action in his first season in the program and has three seasons of eligibility remaining. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered two years in football for coach Bruce Rollinson at Mater Dei HS in Santa Ana, CA … As a senior, he was named first-team Trinity League ... Also selected to the All-Orange County team ... Named Pac-5 All-CIF ... On defense, he was credited with 35 tackles and four interceptions ... On offense, he made 46 catches for 790 yards and eight touchdowns ... As a junior, he was named second-team All-Trinity League ... Made 42 tackles and eight interceptions. PERSONAL - Full Name: Andrew Dei-Shawn Abbott … Born: May 23, 1990 … Parents: Calvin Abbott, Teshia Watkins and Barry Watkins … Has one sister, Britney, and two brothers, Marque and Noah ... Biggest sports thrill to date was catching the game-winning 97-yard scoring pass from Matt Barkley to beat rival Servite HS in his senior season ... Favorite athlete is Kobe Bryant ... Hobbies include watching movies and hanging out with friends and family ... Named to Athletic Director’s Honor Roll in 2010 Spring Quarter ... Sociology major. VARSITY TACKLE STATISTICS - A. ABBOTT Year TT T-AT Sacks TFL 2009 22 16-6 0 0

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#36 JAYSON ALLMOND

F-back/6-0/260/RS-Fr./Fontana, CA/Bloomington HS UCLA - A power-plus back who impressed the coaching staff during his practice and scout team work ... The year of experience and seasoning during his redshirt season should pay off in a big way ... Figures to compete for playing time at the new F-back position. 2009 - Did not see game action during his first season in the program ... Has four seasons of eligibility remaining. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered in football at Bloomington (CA) HS for coach Thomas Conner ... Played fullback, wide receiver, tailback and linebacker ... Rated No. 8 fullback nationally by ESPNU ... Rated No. 9 fullback by scout.com ... Member of scout.com California 101 (rated No. 92) ... SuperPrep All-Far West (No. 113 prospect) ... Scout. com West Hot 150 (No. 144) ... Rated scout.com’s No. 2 fullback in the West and No. 14 running back in the West ... PrepStar All-West Region selection ... Earned three stars from scout.com and rivals.com ... Tacoma News Tribune Western 100 ... Ranked No. 95 among athletes by rivals.com ... Three-time first-team all-league and two-time All-CIF selection ... Named All-Purpose Back of the Year following his senior season ... As a senior, he rushed 72 times for 329 yards and five touchdowns ... Also made 29 receptions (second-highest total in school history) for 370 yards and two scores ... As a linebacker, he was credited with 48 tackles ... As a junior, he made 16 carries for 100 yards and 10 catches for 297 yards ... On defense, he was credited with 49 tackles and two sacks ... As a sophomore, he made 51 carries for 352 yards and two touchdowns ...Also lettered in basketball for coach Bob Ray and track (100, 200, 4 x 100 relay) for coach Gabriel Schaefer. PERSONAL - Full Name: Jayson De’von Allmond … Born: February 7, 1991 in Van Nuys, CA … Parents: Maurice and Sharon Allmond … Has two brothers, Maurice and Joshua ... UCLA was his dream school from an early age ... Lists NFL running back Adrian Peterson as the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include music, going to movies and playing video games ... Undeclared major.

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#10 AKEEM AYERS

Linebacker/6-4/255/RS-Jr./Los Angeles, CA/Verbum Dei HS CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 9 vs. Temple, 2009; at USC, 2009 Sacks: 2 vs. Arizona St.; at WSU, 2009; vs. Kansas St., 2009; at Washington, 2008 Tackles for Loss: 3 vs. Arizona St., 2009; Kansas St., 2009

UCLA - This talented junior possesses the overall athletic ability and speed to earn All-America honors in 2010 ... He is on the Watch Lists for the Lott Trophy and Nagurski Trophy, awarded to the nation’s top defensive player, the Rotary Lombardi Award, presented to the nation’s top lineman, and several pre-season All-America teams ... Last year, he demonstrated his ability to make the big play ... One of the top returning outside linebackers in the nation, he has already scored three defensive touchdowns in his young career ... He will be one of the defensive cornerstones this year ... Season captain. 2009 - Started all 13 games at strongside linebacker ... Named honorable mention All-Pac-10 ... First-team Sophomore All-America selection by CollegeFootballNews. com ... Tied a UCLA season record with two touchdowns on interceptions and scored three defensive touchdowns in all (one fumble return) ... Led the team with four forced fumbles (T-3rd in Pac-10) ... Second on the team with 6.0 sacks (T-10th in Pac-10) and 14.5 tackles for loss (5th in Pac-10) ... In his final four games of the season, Ayers made 30 tackles, including 4.0 sacks and 9.5 tackles for loss, three interceptions (returned one for a touchdown) and returned a fumble for a touchdown ... Opened the year with two tackles versus San Diego St. ... Had three stops at Tennessee ... Made five tackles at Kansas St., 2.0 sacks and a third tackle for loss ... Totaled seven tackles at Stanford; forced and recovered a fumble which led to a field goal ... Made a leaping interception in the end zone for a touchdown and was credited with four tackles against Oregon ... Four tackles vs. Cal ... Tied for the team lead with eight stops, one for loss, at Arizona and tipped a lateral that resulted in a touchdown return by safety Tony Dye ... Eight tackles, one for loss, at Oregon St. ... Made four tackles versus Washington ... Made interceptions on WSU’s first and third possessions, setting up a pair of Bruin touchdowns ... Credited with two tackles for loss and made four tackles against the Cougars, while earning his first Pac-10 Player of the Week accolades ... Led team with eight tackles against Arizona St., including two sacks, and a third tackle for loss ... Returned a fumble for a touchdown and forced two fumbles during the contest ... Established a new

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career-best with nine tackles against USC, including 2.5 for loss ... Led the team with nine stops in the bowl win over Temple ... Scored his third touchdown of the season when he intercepted a pass at the two-yard line and ran it in to give the Bruins the lead with 6:01 remaining in the game ... Named co-defensive winner of UCLA’s Captain Don Brown Memorial Award for Most Improved Player. 2008 - Appeared in 12 games with three starts at strongside linebacker (BYU, Oregon, Oregon St.) ... Named to rivals.com Pac-10 All-Freshman team ... Earned honorable mention All-Pac-10 from the league’s coaches ... Was the defensive cowinner of UCLA’s John Boncheff, Jr. Memorial Award for Rookie of the Year ... Tied for 19th in the Pac-10 in sacks (0.3) ... Saw his first career action on special teams vs.Tennessee ...Was credited with one tackle and a punt block which was returned for a touchdown ... Started at BYU and made five tackles ... Made three stops vs. Arizona in nickel situations ... Made three tackles vs. Fresno St., including an 11-yard sack ... Three stops vs. WSU ... Started at Oregon and made six tackles, including a 12-yard sack ... Made four stops, one for loss, vs. Stanford ... Also had four stops vs. Oregon St. ... Made two tackles at Washington, both sacks, one of which caused a fumble ... One tackle at ASU ... Credited with six tackles against USC. 2007 - Did not see action in his first year with the program. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered three seasons at Verbum Dei HS in Los Angeles for coach Kendrick Knox ... Played defensive end, linebacker and wide receiver ... PrepStar All-American … SuperPrep All-American … Named four-star recruit as a DE by rivals.com and scout.com … Rated No. 50 player in nation by scout.com … Rated No. 1 DE and No. 9 player in California by scout.com … Ranked No. 9 among outside linebackers by rivals.com … Member of Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West first team …Named first-team All-State (Small Schools) by Cal-Hi Sports … CIF-Southern Section Mid Valley Defensive Player of the Year … Led Verbum Dei to CIF Mid-Valley title … As an outside linebacker, he made 94 tackles, including 22 versus Temple City … Made two quarterback sacks … Totaled 21 receptions for 413 yards and nine touchdowns on offense … Returned 20 kickoffs for 626 yards … As a junior, made Cal-Hi Sports All-State (Small Schools) first team and All-CIF-SS Division XI first team … Made 116 tackles, 23 sacks, 15 other tackles for loss, an interception and five fumble recoveries … On offense, made 19 receptions for 441 yards and seven touchdowns ...As a sophomore, he was credited with 87 tackles, 18 sacks and two blocked punts ... On offense, he caught four passes for 132 yards. PERSONAL - Full Name: Akeem Christopher Ayers … Born: July 10, 1989 in Los Angeles, CA … Parent: Latonya King … Has one brother, Kevin, and one sister, Jonnoe … Biggest thrill was winning CIF championship as a senior ... Hobbies include art and basketball ... Director’s Honor Roll in Fall 2007 ... History major. VARSITY TACKLE STATISTICS - A. AYERS Year TT T-AT Sacks TFL 2008 40 28-12 4.0-38 5.0-43 2009 75 55-20 6.0-34 14.5-56 Totals 115 83-32 10.0-72 19.5-99

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AYERS’ INTERCEPTION RETURNS FOR TOUCHDOWN 2009: (2) - 2 yards vs. Temple (4th qtr.); 0 yards vs. Oregon (3rd qtr.) AYERS’ FUMBLE RETURN FOR TOUCHDOWN 2009: (1) - 9 yards vs. Arizona St. (2nd qtr.)


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#60 JEFF BACA

#58 ISAIAH BOWENS

Offensive Guard/6-4/305/Jr./Mission Viejo, CA/Mission Viejo HS

Linebacker/6-1/241/RS-Fr./La Verne, CA/Bishop Amat HS

UCLA - A talented player who has the ability to play any position along the line and will open camp at left guard ... Enters his junior season as one of the top linemen on the squad and an all-conference candidate ... Has 22 career starts, 13 at guard and eight at tackle ... Can also play center if necessary. 2009 - One of the most dependable players on the squad, he started all 13 games at left guard ... Played virtually every snap in all 13 games, including over 60 plays in 10 contests ... Also participated on special teams ... Saw some action at right guard in the Cal game. 2008 - Appeared in nine games with eight starts at left tackle ... Named to rivals. com Pac-10 All-Freshman team ...Winner of UCLA’s Ed Kezirian "Coach K" Award for Academic and Athletic Excellence ... Made his debut versus Arizona (game three), playing the entire second half at left tackle ... Started and played the full game against Fresno St., becoming the first true freshman to start on the line since Shannon Tevaga in 2004 ... Also played the entire game against WSU, Oregon and Stanford ... Missed the Cal game with a strained hamstring ... Returned to the starting lineup against Oregon St. ... Also started at Washington, at Arizona St. and versus USC. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered three seasons at Mission Viejo (CA) HS for coach Bob Johnson ... Played left tackle … Earned three stars from rivals.com … Rated No. 25 offensive guard nationally by rivals.com … Earned three stars from scout.com … Named third-team All-State by Cal-Hi Sports … Named to CIF-Southern Section Pac-5 Division team … Named first-team all-league as a senior … Second-team all-league pick and honorable mention all-state selection as a junior ... Also lettered in track and field (shot put) in 2007-08 for coach Mike Hoffman ... Placed fourth in the 2008 CIF-SS Divisional Finals in the shot put (55-5) ...Advanced to the CIF State Championship track meet in the shot as a senior and finished eighth (56-8.6). PERSONAL - Full Name: Jeffery James Baca … Born: January 10, 1990 in Laguna Hills, CA … Parent: Arlene Baca (dad is deceased) … Has two brothers, Kyle and Travis ... It was his childhood dream to attend UCLA; he went to many games with his father as a child ... Was offered a scholarship after a UCLA football camp and committed that day ... Lists NFL lineman Jeff Saturday as the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include ping pong, weight lifting, beach volleyball and basketball ... Director’s Honor Roll in Spring 2009 … Physical Sciences major.

UCLA -This physical youngster gained valuable experience during Spring and figures to compete for playing time at middle linebacker this season. 2009 - Did not see game action in his first season in the program and has four seasons of eligibility remaining ... Defensive co-winner of UCLA’s Charles Pike Memorial Award for Outstanding Scout Team Player. 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 standout receiver Terrell Owens as the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include dancing, baseball and singing ... Undeclared major.

#70 CONNOR BRADFORD

Offensive Line/6-5/249/RS-So./Palmdale, CA/Palmdale HS UCLA - Connor figures to add depth on the offensive line this Fall after splitting Spring between that spot and tight end ... Moved back from defense prior to the start of the practice session. 2009 - Switched from offensive line to defensive line in Fall camp, but did not see game action. 2008 - Did not see action in his first season in the program and has three seasons of eligibility remaining. HIGH SCHOOL - Earned three letters in football at Palmdale, CA HS for coach Jeff Williams ... PrepStar All-Region seleciton ... L.A. Daily News All-Area team as offensive lineman ... Earned three stars from rivals.com ... Earned three stars from scout.com ... Rated No. 9 offensive guard in California by scout.com ... Named to CIF-Southern Section Western Division team ... Served as team captain for three seasons ... Named to the All-Golden League team following his junior and senior seasons ... Also lettered two years in track and field (discus and shot put) for coach Brian Frazier. PERSONAL - Full Name: Connor Lee Bradford … Born: May 18, 1990 in West Los Angeles, CA … Parents: Bobby and Kristin Bradford … Has two sisters, Aidyn and Kylia ... Political Science major.

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RETURNING BRUINS PERSONAL - Full Name: Richard Daniel Brehaut … Born: June 10, 1991 in Upland, CA ... Parents: Daniel and Yvonne Brehaut ... Has one sister,Alexandra ... Lists tossing the game-winning touchdown pass with six seconds left in a CIF quarterfinal playoff game as a senior against Chino Hills as his most memorable sports moment to date ... Hobbies include wakeboarding and video games ... Named to Athletic Director’s Honor Roll in 2010 Spring Quarter ... Undeclared major.

#12 RICHARD BREHAUT

VARSITY PASSING STATISTICS - R. BREHAUT Year Att Comp Int Yds 2009 17 11 1 124

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Quarterback/6-2/222/So./Alta Loma, CA/Los Osos HS CAREER HIGHS Passing Yards: 64 vs. Oregon, 2009 Completions: 5 vs. Oregon, 2009 Passing Attempts: 10 vs. Oregon, 2009 Touchdown Passes: n/a

UCLA - Richard figures to add depth at the quarterback spot and can step in for Kevin Prince when needed ... Enrolled for the 2009 Spring Quarter, having graduated early from high school and participated in Spring Practice a year ago. 2009 - Saw action off the bench in six games ... On the field for seven plays at the end of the San Diego St. contest and completed both of his pass attempts for 39 total yards ... Did not see action against Tennessee, Kansas St. or Stanford ... Saw action in 22 plays in the fourth quarter versus Oregon ... Completed five of 10 passes for 64 yards and one interception ... His 26-yard pass to Logan Paulsen was the longest offensive play of the day ... Sacked four times ... Did not see action against Cal ... On the field for four plays each versus Arizona, Oregon St. and Washington ... At Arizona, he played in the fourth quarter and completed two of three passes for 11 yards ... Played one series at Oregon St., but did not throw a pass ... Went into the Washington game after Kevin Prince was sidelined by injury, but lost a fumble in the red zone ... Took five snaps at Washington St. in the fourth quarter and completed both of his pass attempts for 10 yards ... Did not see action versus Arizona St., USC or Temple. HIGH SCHOOL - Attended Los Osos HS in Rancho Cucamonga, CA where he played football for coach Tom Martinez ... Member of PrepStar Dream Team (No. 15 prospect) … SuperPrep All-American … Ranked No. 6 among pro-style quarterbacks by rivals.com … Rated No. 9 quarterback by scout.com … Rated No. 96 prospect and No. 7 quarterback nationally by ESPNU … Earned four stars from scout.com and rivals.com … CIF-Southern Section Central Division first team … Played in UnderArmour All-Star Game … CalHiSports.com All-State second team … Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West … National Football Foundation County Quarterback of the Year ... Led Los Osos to 10-3 record as a senior … Elite 11 selection … Completed 165 of 261 passes for 2,406 yards and 22 touchdowns with just four interceptions … Also ran for 525 yards and six scores on 128 attempts … As a junior, he threw for 2,248 yards (156 of 241) and 22 touchdowns and ran for 556 yards and five scores on 90 attempts ... As a sophomore, he completed 78 of 124 passes for 1,346 yards and seven touchdowns and rushed for 211 yards and six touchdowns on 62 attempts ... Selected team MVP three times and served as captain for three seasons ... Also starred for the baseball team, earning team MVP honors and serving as captain in 2007 and 2008.

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#64 GREG CAPELLA

Center/6-4/320/RS-Fr./Visalia, CA/El Diamante HS UCLA - Greg is one of several youngsters who will compete for playing time on the offensive line ... Figures to add depth at the center position and could also see action at guard. 2009 - Did not see game action in his first season in the program and has four seasons of eligibility remaining. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered three seasons for coach Mark Rogers at Visalia (CA) El Diamante HS ... Played left tackle ... Rated No. 2 offensive guard in California and No. 5 in West by scout.com ... Member of scout.com California 101 (No. 41) ... SuperPrep All-Far West (No. 50) ... Rated No. 53 prospect in California by rivals. com ... Scout.com West Hot 150 (No. 61) ... Earned three stars from scout.com and rivals.com ... Ranked No. 17 offensive guard in the nation by scout.com ... Rated No. 32 offensive guard by ESPNU ... Rated No. 40 among offensive guards by rivals. com ... PrepStar All-West Region selection ... CalHiSports.com All-State first team ... Named All-State Division II first team by MaxPreps ...Two-time Fresno Bee All-Area team selection ... Named to the GoldenStatePreps.com All-State first team and All-Southern California first team ... As a senior, he helped his high school compile a record of 11-2 ... Team Offensive MVP as a senior ... Team captured league title in 2007 and 2008 and was the Central Section Div. 2 champions in 2007 ... Team was Central Section runner-up in 2006 and 2008 ...Three-time All-West Yosemite League pick ... Two-time All-Central Valley selection ... Also lettered two years in track and field (shot put and discus) for coach Jacob Yavisile. PERSONAL - Full Name: Gregory Morgan Capella … Born: September 16, 1991 in Visalia, CA … Parents: George and Rhonda Capella … Has two brothers, Steven and Michael ... Lists his biggest athletic thrill to date as winning the Central Section title game ... Lists NBA standout Kobe Bryant as the athlete he admires the most … Played baseball most of his life as a pitcher and first baseman ... Wears a size 18 shoe ... Undeclared major.

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RETURNING BRUINS PERSONAL - Full Name: Randall Carroll … Born: April 13, 1991 in Irvine, CA … Parents: Craig Carroll and Landra Andrews … Has one brother, Chase, and a sister, Rashad ... NFL receiver Chad Ochocinco is the famous athlete that he admires the most ... Undeclared major. VARSITY RECEIVING STATISTICS - R. CARROLL Year No Yds Avg TD Lg 2009 3 21 7.0 0 9

#1 RANDALL CARROLL

Wide Receiver/5-10/186/So./Inglewood, CA/Cathedral HS CAREER HIGHS Receptions: 1, multiple times, last at Washington State, 2009 Receiving Yards: 9 vs. Oregon, 2009 Touchdown Receptions: n/a

UCLA - Randall figures to compete for a regular spot in the receiver rotation, after gaining valuable experience a year ago ... Possesses the speed to stretch the field and should develop into a long-distance threat ...Was the most improved wide receiver during Spring Practice. 2009 - Saw action in 10 games as a true freshman ... On the field for 18 plays in the opener against San Diego St. ... Made his first reception (7 yds) at Tennessee ... Did not see action against Kansas St. or at Stanford ... Made one catch (9) versus Oregon ... Did not have a catch against Cal or at Arizona ... Had one rush for five yards at Oregon St. ... Made a brief appearance against Washington, but was hampered by a groin issue ... Made one catch at Washington St. (5) ... Saw limited action at USC and in the bowl win versus Temple, but did not make a catch. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered in football at Cathedral Preparatory HS in Los Angeles for coach Kevin Pearson ... First-team USA Today All-American ... PrepStar Dream Team selection (No. 14 prospect nationally) ... SuperPrep All-American (No. 20 wide receiver) and No. 16 prospect in the Far West ... Ranked No. 39 nationally among all players by rivals.com ... Ranked No. 29 in Athlon Consensus 100 ... Rated No. 46 prospect and No. 5 receiver by ESPNU ... Rated No. 4 "athlete" nationally by rivals.com ... Rated No. 5 prospect in California by rivals.com ... Rated No. 13 receiver nationally and No. 3 in the West by scout.com ... Rated No. 15 receiver by Tom Lemming ... Member of scout.com California 101 (No. 17) ... Scout.com West Hot 150 (No. 25) ... Earned four stars from scout.com and rivals.com ... Ranked No. 129 among all prospects by scout.com ... Played in the U.S. Army All-America Bowl ... Tacoma News-Tribune Western 100 ... Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West selection ... Named All-State Division III first team by MaxPreps ... CalHiSports.com All-State second-team pick and Medium schools first team ... As a senior, he totaled 31 catches for 564 yards and four touchdowns ... Carried the ball 73 times for 543 rushing yards and two scores ... In track (coach Roosevelt Ivory), he ran the fastest time in the state in 17 years, when he recorded a 10.30 non-wind-aided clocking in the 100m event at the Del Rey League finals in May of 2009 ... In June of 2009, he won the CIF state track titles in the 100 (10.38) and 200 (21.08) for the second consecutive year ... His 20 points enabled Cathedral to tie for the state team title ... He won the 2008 CIF state track championship in both the 100 (10.43) and 200 meter (20.91) events.

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#85 DAVID CARTER

Defensive Tackle/6-5/301/RS-Sr./Fontana, CA/Kaiser HS CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 4 at Tennessee, 2009 Sacks: 1.0 at Tennessee, 2009; v. Kansas St., 2009; at Arizona, 2007 Tackles for Loss: 1.0, four times, last v. Kansas St., 2009

UCLA - This fifth-year senior will play a major role in UCLA’s success this season ... The only returnee among UCLA’s top four defensive tackles, he is expected to provide leadership on the line ... Has worked hard to improve in all areas and prepare himself for a big senior season. 2009 - Made key contributions as a reserve lineman, appearing in all 13 games ... Named co-defensive winner of UCLA’s Captain Don Brown Memorial Award for Most Improved Player ... Was not credited with a tackle in the opener versus San Diego St. ... Made four tackles at Tennessee, including one sack ... He occupied the offensive linemen so linebackers could stop the Vols on fourth-and-goal at the two-yard line to preserve the win ...Totaled two tackles against Kansas St. with one sack ... Had one pass defense against Oregon ... Registered one tackle versus Cal ... Made one tackle at Oregon St. ... Broke up a pass at Washington St. ... Saw brief action against ASU ... Made one tackle assist at USC. 2008 - Appeared in all 12 games as a reserve defensive lineman and special teams performer ... Credited with 13 tackles, including a tackle for loss ... Had two tackleseach in games against Washington St., Oregon and Stanford ... Made three tackles at Cal ... Had one stop in games against Oregon St. and Washington ... Made two stops at Arizona St., including a tackle for loss. 2007 - Saw action in three games during the season ... In the first game of his career at Washington St., he tallied one tackle assist and was credited with 0.5 tackles for a loss ... Had a tackle for a loss after he recorded a sack at Arizona ... Against Oregon, he had one solo tackle. 2006 - Did not see action in his first year in the program.

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RETURNING BRUINS HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered in football at Henry J. Kaiser HS in Fontana, CA for coach Dick Bruich ... Three-star selection by rivals.com ... Three-star pick by scout. com ... Ranked No. 49 among defensive ends by scout.com ... Made 69 tackles, with seven sacks and nine deflected passes in 13 games as a senior ... Named first-team All-San Bernardino County by the Riverside Press-Enterprise ... All-League selection as a defensive end ... Served as team captain and helped lead team to a 10-3 record as a senior ... Also lettered in track and field for coach Noves ... Was a member of the high school debate team. PERSONAL - Full Name: David H. Carter, Jr. … Born: December 10, 1987 in Los Angeles, CA … Parents: David and LaGenia Carter … Has one brother, Christopher, and one sister, Sadia ... Admires the play of the NFL’s Jason Taylor ... Hobbies include lifting weights ... History and Science are his favorite classes ... Director’s Honor Roll in Fall 2006 and Winter 2010 … Relative, Carol Davis, also attended UCLA ... History major. VARSITY TACKLE STATISTICS - Da. CARTER Year TT T-AT Sacks TFL 2007 3 2-1 1.0-1 1.5-2 2008 13 8-5 0-0 1.0-2 2009 9 5-4 2.0-17 2.0-17 Totals 25 15-10 3.0-18 4.5-21

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#9 DONOVAN CARTER

Defensive Tackle/6-1/280/RS-So./North Hills, CA/Birmingham HS UCLA - Donovan has made the move from linebacker to tackle and figures to compete for playing time at his new position. 2009 - Saw action in four games (San Diego St., at Tennessee, Cal, at Arizona) as a reserve linebacker and special teams performer. 2008 - Did not see game action in his first season in the program and has three seasons of eligibility remaining. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered three seasons at Birmingham HS in Lake Balboa, CA for coach Ed Croson ... Played linebacker, fullback and tight end ... PrepStar All-Region selection … Earned three stars from rivals.com … Rated No. 19 inside linebacker nationally from rivals.com … Rated No. 1 strongside linebacker in the West by scout.com … Named All-State second-team by Cal-Hi Sports … Chosen to L.A. Daily News All-Area team at linebacker ... Helped lead his high school team to a 13-1 record and a second-straight City championship as a senior … Made 81 solo and 51 assisted tackles as a senior … Credited with 6.5 sacks, one interception and one fumble recovery … As a junior, he recorded 90 solo and 38 assisted tackles, 5.5 sacks and one interception ... Named team’s Defensive Player of the Year after his senior and junior seasons. PERSONAL - Full Name: Donovan William Carter … Born: August 12, 1989 in Washington, D.C. … Parents: Donovan Carter, Diane Carter, Ella Brown … Has one sister, Brandy ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as winning back-to-back City titles and appearing on national television ... Lists NFL running back Clinton Portis as the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include spending time with friends ... History major.

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#89 NATE CHANDLER

Defensive Tackle/6-5/290/RS-Jr./San Diego, CA/Mira Mesa HS UCLA - Nate will be tackling a new challenge this season as he moves to defensive tackle from the offensive side of the ball ... A versatile performer, he figures to compete for playing time as he gains experience at his new position ... Contributed at tight end and offensive tackle earlier in his career. 2009 - Appeared in 11 games as a reserve tight end and on special teams ... Caught one pass on the year, a five-yarder at Washington State. 2008 - Saw action in all 12 games at offensive line, on special teams and at tight end ... Made two starts at tight end (Fresno St.,Washington St.), playing over 30 snaps in both contests ... Made one reception for three yards against Washington State. 2007 - Did not see action in his first year with the program and has two seasons of eligibility remaining. HIGH SCHOOL - Played two seasons of varsity football at Mira Mesa HS in San Diego ... PrepStar All-American … Four-star selection by rivals.com and scout.com … Rated No. 5 tight end nationally by rivals.com … Played in East-West All-America game in Orlando … Rated No. 1 tight end in California by rivals.com … As a senior, he made 36 receptions for 512 yards and six touchdowns …An outstanding blocker ... As a junior, he made 28 catches for 359 yards and four touchdowns ... Lettered in the sports of football, baseball (left fielder), basketball (center) and track and field (shot, discus) ... Named to the All-Academic team his last three years in high school ... Averaged 14 points and 12 rebounds per contest in basketball. PERSONAL - Full Name: Garland Nathan Chandler … Born: June 1, 1989 in San Diego, CA … Parents: Garland (deceased) and Cheryl Chandler … Has one brother, Preston, and one sister, Nicole … Biggest thrill in sports was getting a scholarship to play at UCLA after two years of varsity football … Lists former NFL standout Kellen Winslow as the athlete he admires the most … In his free time, he enjoys playing sports and spending time with friends ... Director’s Honor Roll in Fall 2007 ... History major. VARSITY RECEIVING STATISTICS - N. CHANDLER Year No Yds Avg TD Lg 2008 1 3 3.0 0 3 2009 1 5 5.0 0 5 Totals 2 8 4.0 0 5

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#33 DERRICK COLEMAN

Tailback/6-0/231/Jr./Fullerton, CA/Troy HS CAREER HIGHS Rushing Yards: 86 v. Fresno St., 2008 Rush Attempts: 12 at Washington St., 2009 Rushing Touchdowns: 1 v. San Diego St., 2009; at Oregon, 2008; at Washington, 2008

UCLA - Derrick is now one of the veterans of the backfield ...He will be competing with several other contenders for playing time and starting spots in 2010 ... Has done a fine job in his first two seasons as a tailback and in one-back situations ... Possesses a good combination of size, strength and speed. 2009 - Appeared in all 13 games and made one start (at Washington St.) ... Member of the 2009 AFCA Good Works Team ... Second on the team with 244 yards rushing ... Came off the bench to lead the team with 69 rushing yards on four carries versus San Diego St. ... Had a 29-yard scoring run on his first carry in the game and a later dash of 31 yards ... Carried six times for one yard at Tennessee ... Totaled 46 yards on eight carries against Kansas St. ... Netted three yards on two rushes at Stanford ...Also had a three-yard reception ... Had one yard on two carries against Oregon ... Played on special teams and offense against Cal ... Saw special teams duty at Arizona ... Carried three times for 19 yards at Oregon St., including a 12-yard burst on his first carry ... Led the Bruins against Washington with 49 yards on 13 attempts ... Started at WSU and led all running backs with 50 yards on a career-high 12 attempts ... Carried twice for two yards versus Arizona St. ... Had one yard on his only attempt at USC and added a special teams tackle ... Gained three yards on his only carry in the bowl win over Temple. 2008 - Saw action in 10 games with one start (Washington) ... Second on the team in rushing yards with 284 (5.4 avg.) ... Ranked 21st in the Pac-10 in rushing (28.4/g) ... Made his debut against Arizona (game three) ... Carried seven times for 24 yards and made two receptions ... Led the team with 86 yards rushing against Fresno St. on 10 attempts, including a 44-yard jaunt ... Came off the bench against Washington St. to lead the team with 49 yards rushing on six carries, including a 31-yard burst ... At Oregon, he gained 12 yards on five carries ... His one-yard run in the third quarter was his first career touchdown ... Ran for 20 yards on four carries and made one reception vs. Stanford ... At Cal, he had four carries for six yards ... Netted three yards on three carries against Oregon State and caught one ball for six yards ... Made his first career start at Washington and ran for 42 yards on 10 carries, including an 11-yard scoring run on UCLA’s first possession of the contest ... At ASU, he led the team with 43 yards on three carries, including a 38-yard run ...Carried once for minus-one yard versus USC. HIGH SCHOOL - Three-year varsity starter at running back and linebacker at Troy HS in Fullerton, CA for coach Jim Burton ... Rated No. 2 fullback nationally by ESPN … Earned three stars from scout.com …Earned three stars from rivals.

com … Named All-State third-team by Cal-Hi Sports ... Named to CIF-Southern Section Southeast Division team … Named team MVP and first-team all-league as a senior ... Ran for 5,214 yards in his career and scored 86 touchdowns ... Broke school record for most touchdowns in a season (38); most points scored in a season (232); most rushing yards in a season (2,456); most rushing touchdowns (38); most yards offense in a season (2,456); most touchdowns scored in a game (5); longest rushing touchdown (90 yards) … As a senior, he ran for 1,084 yards and scored 19 touchdowns on 230 carries … Also scored twice on receptions … As a junior, he rushed for 2,456 yards (11.1 avg.) and 38 touchdowns ... Named Freeway League MVP ... First-team All-CIF SS and second-team all-county selection ...As a sophomore, he was named first-team all-league; first-team All-CIF SS ... Also lettered in basketball (two years) for coach Scott Blake and three years in track (100 meters, 4 x 100 meter relay, shot put, triple jump). PERSONAL - Full Name: Derrick Lamont Coleman, Jr. … Born: October 18, 1990 in West Los Angeles, CA … Parents: Derrick Coleman and May Hamlin … Has one sister, Tenisha and one brother, Keyon ... Lists NFL defensive back Antonio Cromartie as the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include all sports, but especially golf and lifting weights ... Can read lips ... Interested in a possible major in Political Science and a career as a lawyer ... Named to Athletic Director’s Honor Roll in 2010 Spring Quarter ... Political Science major. VARSITY RUSHING STATISTICS - D. COLEMAN Year TCB Yds YL Net Avg 2008 53 291 7 284 5.4 2009 54 257 13 244 4.5 Totals 107 548 20 528 4.9

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#18 NICK CRISSMAN

Quarterback/6-3/205/RS-So./Surfside, CA/Edison HS CAREER HIGHS Passing Attempts: 2 at Washington State, 2009

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UCLA - Nick figures to add depth at the quarterback position this season ...Missed virtually all of 2008, including most of pre-season camp, after suffering a torn labrum in his right shoulder that required surgery ... He had additional surgery near the end of the season but competed throughout Spring Practice. 2009 - Saw his first game action at Washington St., playing 10 snaps ... Did not fire a completion on his two pass attempts. 2008 - Did not see game action in his first year in the program and has three seasons of eligibility remaining.

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RETURNING BRUINS HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered three seasons at Edison HS in Huntington Beach, CA for coach Dave White ... SuperPrep All-American … Earned four stars from scout. com … Rated No. 9 nationally at quarterback by scout.com … PrepStar Dream Team selection … Ranked No. 10 quarterback by ESPN … Selected for Under Armour All-America Game … Earned three stars from rivals.com … Named All-State thirdteam by Cal-Hi Sports … Named to CIF-Southern Section Pac-5 Division team ... Sunset League MVP as a senior ... Selected to participate in Elite 11 Quarterback Camp ... Threw for 5,374 yards and 44 touchdowns in his career ... As a senior, he completed 141 of 234 passes for 2,048 yards and 14 touchdowns and was named Sunset League MVP while leading his team to the league title ... As a junior, he completed 231 of 367 passes for 3,105 yards and 27 touchdowns and was named Sunset League Offensive Player of the Year while his team was a CIF Pac-5 finalist ... Completed 20 of 34 passes as a sophomore for 221 yards and three scores ... Also lettered in track and field (high jump) for one year for coach Nick Powell. PERSONAL - Full Name: Nicholas W. Crissman … Born: May 10, 1989 in San Luis Obispo, CA … Parents: Robert and Jodi Crissman … Has three brothers, Bobby, Jason and Jeff ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as playing in the Pac-5 CIF finals … Hobbies include surfing and golf ... Named to Athletic Director’s Honor Roll in 2010 Spring Quarter ... History major. VARSITY PASSING STATISTICS - N. CRISSMAN Year Att Comp Int Yds 2009 2 0 0 0

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#78 BRETT DOWNEY

Offensive Tackle/6-7/302/RS-So./Altaville, CA/Bret Harte HS UCLA - Brett figures to compete for playing time at the tackle position ... He gained valuable experience during Spring drills and will be in the mix this season. 2009 - Played 18 snaps in his only game action at Washington State. 2008 - Did not see action in his first year in the program and has three seasons of eligibility remaining. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered four years at Bret Harte HS in Angels Camp, CA for coach Scott Edwards ... Played offensive tackle, tight end and defensive end ... As a senior, he was named first-team all-league as an offensive tackle ... Team award for Lineman of the Year ... Selected for the Lions Club All-Star Game ... Had 58 tackles and four sacks ...As a junior, he was named first-team all-league as a defensive lineman and was credited with 44 tackles and nine sacks ... Also lettered in basketball (two years for coach Jerry Rucker) ... Named first-team all-league center after his junior and senior seasons ... Named All-Area as a senior after averaging 15.1 points and 12.5 rebounds per game ... MVP of the area All-Star game ... Team MVP as a senior and Calaveras County Male Athlete of the Year ... Lettered three years in baseball (first baseman and pitcher) for coach Heath Lane. PERSONAL - Full Name: Brett Robert Downey … Born: March 7, 1990 in Santa Cruz, CA … Parents: Rick and Kelly Downey … Dad played football at Santa Clara ... Biggest thrill in sports to date was breaking the school rebounding record ... The famous athlete he admires is former NFL great Joe Montana. ...Director’s Honor Roll in Fall 2009 ... History major.

#6 TONY DYE

Strong Safety/5-11/205/Jr./Corona, CA/Santiago HS CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 10 at Oregon St., 2009; at Stanford, 2009

UCLA - Tony is a versatile athlete who can play both corner and safety ... Performed well in his first year as a starter and should continue to develop ... Gained valuable experience as a true freshman and became a starter in 2009. 2009 - Started all 13 games at strong safety ... Fourth on the squad in tackles with 73 ... Made his second career start, first in a non-nickel alignment, in the opener against San Diego St. ... Made seven stops at Tennessee ... Led the team with nine tackles versus Kansas St. ... Career-high 10 tackles at Stanford ... Made seven stops versus Oregon ... Totaled three tackles against Cal ... Scored his first career touchdown at Arizona, when he scooped up a lateral, that had been batted away by Akeem Ayers, and returned it 28 yards ... Also credited with five tackles ... Led the team with 10 tackles at Oregon St. ... Made four stops in win over Washington ... Had three tackles at Washington St. ...Three tackles versus Arizona St. ... Seven tackles at USC ... Registered four stops in the bowl win over Temple. 2008 - Appeared in 11 games as a defensive back and on special teams and made one start (Oregon St.) ... Played at least 20 defensive snaps five times, including each of the final four games ... Saw his first career action as the dime back and on special teams against Tennessee ... Made one tackle at BYU ... Also made one stop versus Fresno St. ... Played as the nickel back versus Washington St. and made two tackles ... Had one tackle assist at Oregon ... Recorded one stop against Stanford and Cal ... Made his first career start against Oregon St., in the nickel package, and was credited with three tackles ... Made three stops at Washington ... Tackle assist at Arizona State ... Two tackles versus USC. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered three seasons at Santiago HS in Corona, CA for coach Mitchell ... PrepStar Dream Team selection ... SuperPrep All-American … Selected for Under Armour All-America Game …Earned four stars from rivals.com … Earned four stars from scout.com … Ranked No. 9 nationally at cornerback by scout. com ... Named All-State second team by Cal-Hi Sports ... L.A. Times All-Star team (cornerback) … Made 109 solo tackles and 52 assisted stops as a senior … Also rushed for 759 yards and 11 touchdowns on 98 attempts ... Made 25 receptions for 331 yards ... As a junior, he made 90 tackles and six interceptions ... Also lettered in track and field (100 meters, 4 x 100-meter relay) for one year for coach Trichell.

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RETURNING BRUINS PERSONAL - Full Name: Anthony Scott Dye … Born: February 11, 1990 in San Jose, CA … Parents: Mark (played football at San Jose State and baseball with the Houston Astros organization) and Danna Dye … Has two brothers,Troy and Travis ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as playing in the CIF championship game and playing in the Jr. Youth Hockey World Championship game versus the Czech Republic ... Lists NFL star Champ Bailey and NHL star Mike Modano as the athletes he admires the most … Almost gave up football to play hockey in high school in Minnesota ... Hobbies include video games, music and all sports ... History major. VARSITY TACKLE STATISTICS - T. DYE Year TT T-AT Sacks TFL 2008 15 9-6 0.0-0 0.0-0 2009 73 48-25 0.0-0 0.0-0 Totals 88 57-31 0.0-0 0.0-0

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#82 TAYLOR EMBREE

Wide Receiver/6-3/201/Jr./Overland Park, KS/Blue Valley West HS CAREER HIGHS Receptions: 6, at Washington St., 2009; at Oregon, 2008 Receiving Yards: 97 vs. San Diego St., 2009 Touchdowns: 1 at Washington St., 2009; vs. Oregon St., 2009

#99 JUSTIN EDISON

Defensive Tackle/6-4/290/RS-Jr./Inglewood, CA/Verbum Dei HS UCLA - Now in his fourth season in the program, Justin has the opportunity to make a contribution at tackle this season ... He possesses good athletic ability. 2009 - Played in six games on defense and/or special teams ... Totaled two tackles on the year, one versus Cal and one in the bowl victory over Temple. 2008 - Appeared in five games on defense (end) and/or special teams ... Recorded one tackle. 2007 - Did not see action in his first year in the program and has two seasons of eligibility remaining. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered two seasons of football for coach Knox at Los Angeles’ Verbum Dei HS ... Rated No. 9 defensive end in California by scout.com … Earned three stars from rivals.com and scout.com … All-CIF-Southern Section Mid Valley … As a senior, he was credited with 83 tackles, including 14 sacks ... Totaled two fumble recoveries and four deflections … Also had 26 hurries … Team posted four shutout wins ... Named first-team All-Camino Real League on defense ... Earned the Student-Athlete Honor Roll Award ... Had five catches and scored two touchdowns as a tight end … Posted 38.3 yard average as a punter ... Returned three punts for a 39.3 yard average ...As a junior, made over 60 tackles, including seven sacks ... Played four years of basketball for coaches Letter, Alex, Willis and Washington. PERSONAL - Full Name: Justin Aaron Edison … Born: March 18, 1989 in Los Angeles, CA … Wife: Chanel Edison ... Daughter: Savannah Edison ...Parent: Harold Edison … Has two brothers, Deion and Jevon, and one sister, Dejae … Biggest thrill in sports was winning the CIF championship atVerbum Dei for the first time since his dad was a member of a team which won it … Lists Hardy Nickerson as the NFL player he admires the most … Hobbies include bowling, movies, bike riding, and working out … Favorite class is Math ... Has an interest in a career in computer engineering ... Director's Honor Roll in Fall 2007 and Winter 2008 ... Sociology major. VARSITY TACKLE STATISTICS - J. EDISON Year TT T-AT Sacks TFL 2008 1 1-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 2009 2 2-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 Totals 3 3-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

UCLA - One of the most dependable receivers in the West,Taylor followed up an outstanding freshman season with another standout performance in 2009 ... Enters his junior season with 85 receptions in two years ... Enrolled in January of 2008 and exploded onto the scene as a true freshman ... Catches anything thrown in his area, especially across the middle, and possesses deceptive speed ... Runs precise routes and shows toughness. 2009 - Saw action in all 13 games with 12 starts ... Led team with 45 catches and was second with 608 receiving yards ... Ranked 13th in the Pac-10 in receiving yards (46.77) and T-12th in receptions per game (3.46) ... 29 of his catches produced first downs or touchdowns ... His 45 catches rank No. 17 on UCLA’s single-season list and his total of 85 career receptions rank No. 22 (tied) on that listing ... Matched his career-high with six catches in the opener against San Diego St. and totaled a career-best 97 receiving yards ... Started but did not make a reception at Tennessee ... Made one catch (17) against Kansas St. ... Led the team with four grabs at Stanford (33) ... Led the team with five catches (50) against Oregon ... Made team-best (tied) five catches for 89 yards against Cal ...Tied for team lead with three catches for 20 yards at Arizona ... Made five catches (88) at Oregon St., including a leaping grab for a seven-yard touchdown (first of his career) with 2:06 remaining in the game to put the Bruins in a position to tie the contest ... Made three catches (55) against Washington, including a 23-yard reception, which gave the Bruins a first-and-goal at the eight-yard line on the field goal drive which put UCLA up 24-23 in the fourth quarter ... Tied his career-high with six catches (73) at Washington St., including a 27-yard scoring grab on UCLA’s first offensive play ... Made four catches (41) versus Arizona St. ... One reception at USC (17) ... Made two catches (28), including a 22-yard catch on the fourth quarter field goal drive, in the bowl win over Temple. 2008 - Appeared in all 12 games with eight starts ... Named second-team Freshman All-American by The Sporting News ... Selected to the Pac-10 All-Freshman team by rivals.com ...Was offensive winner of UCLA’s John Boncheff, Jr. Memorial Award for Rookie of theYear ... Set UCLA true freshmen records for receptions in a season(40), receptions in a game (six at Oregon), receiving yards in a season (531) and receiving yards in a game (90 at Cal) ... Second on the team with his 40 catches and led the team with 531 receiving yards ... Produced a team-best 28 first downs on his catches ... Ranked 14th in Pac-10 in receiving yards (44.2/g) and 15th in receptions (3.3/g)

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RETURNING BRUINS ... Came off the bench in the opener against Tennessee and made four catches (53 yards), including two big grabs on the fourth-quarter scoring drives ... His 12-yard catch came on a third-and-nine play during the drive which put UCLA up 17-14 ... Also caught a 21-yarder to begin the scoring drive which gave the Bruins a 24-21 lead with 27 seconds to play ... At BYU, he made one catch(18) ... Made his first career start against Arizona and had two catches(12) ... Started against Fresno St. and tied for the team lead with three grabs(48) ... Started versus Washington St. and made five catches(63), one for 23 yards ... Made a career-best six catches at Oregon(58) ... Made four receptions for a team-high 72 yards against Stanford ... His 43-yard grab late in the third quarter was the longest by a Bruin on the season ... Tied for the team lead with five catches at Cal for 90 yards ... Led the team with five catches(64) against Oregon St., in his seventh straight start ... Came off the bench at Washington and did not make a catch ... Started at Arizona St. and made four catches(43) ... Made one catch(10) versus USC. 2007 - Greyshirted and did not enroll until January of 2008. HIGH SCHOOL - Attended Blue Valley West HS in Overland Park, KS as a senior in 2006 after playing at Hart High in Valencia, CA in 2005 ... Earned All-State honorable mention as well as All-District and All-League acclaim as a senior under coach Scott Wright ... Made 46 receptions for 700 yards and 11 touchdowns at Blue Valley West including a school-record 14 catches in one game ... As a junior at Hart under coach Mike Herrington, he made 28 receptions for 372 yards and four scores while earning All-League honorable mention ... In basketball, he was part of the 6A State championship team as a senior, earning All-District and All-League acclaim. PERSONAL - Full Name: Jon Taylor Embree … Born: October 3, 1988 in Denver, CO … Parents: Jon and Natalyn Embree ... Has one brother (Connor, on football team at UNLV) and one sister (Hannah) ... Father was a UCLA assistant coach from 2003-2005 and an NFL assistant with the Kansas City Chiefs (2006-2008) and Washington Redskins (2010) ... Lists winning State basketball championship during his senior season as his career highlight ... Athletic Director’s Honor Roll in Fall 2009, Spring 2010 ... History major. VARSITY RECEIVING STATISTICS - T. EMBREE Years No Yds Avg TD 2008 40 531 13.3 0 2009 45 608 13.5 2 Totals 85 1,139 13.4 2

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#8 JOSEPH FAURIA

Tight End/6-7/259/RS-So./Encino, CA/Crespi HS-Univ. Notre Dame UCLA - One of the tallest players on the roster, Fauria (FORE-ee-aye) will compete with Cory Harkey for playing time at tight end ... Impressed the coaches with his catching and leaping abilities during Spring Practice. 2009 - Redshirted after transferring from Notre Dame and has three seasons of eligibility remaining. 2008 (NOTRE DAME) - Saw action in three games (Washington, Navy and Hawaii) while serving as a reserve tight end. HIGH SCHOOL - Helped lead Crespi Carmelite High to an 11-3 season and the Serra League title, while advancing to the Pac-5 final as a senior under coach Jeremiah Ross ... Crespi finished ranked No. 6 in California ... Named first-team All-State as a multi-purpose player by CalHiSports.com ... Member of All-Southern California team by the Southern California Football Coaches Association and Orange County Register ... Rated No. 7 tight end in the nation and No. 24 player in California by rivals.com ... Chosen for the Rivals 250 by rivals.com recognizing him as one of the top 250 players in the country ... Rated No. 11 tight end in the country and No. 19 player in California by scout.com ... Made 35 receptions for 516 yards and eight touchdowns while adding five sacks on defense as a senior ... Bypassed both the U.S. Army AllAmerican Bowl and the Under Armour All-Star Game to focus on his basketball season ... Recorded 22 catches for 329 yards and four touchdowns as a junior. PERSONAL - Born: January 16, 1990 in Northridge, CA ... Mother: Julie Fauria ... His uncle, Christian, played at Colorado (for Rick Neuheisel) and for 13 seasons in the NFL (Seattle, New England, Washington, Carolina) ... Two other uncles also played college football (Lance Fauria,Washington; Quinn Fauria, Northern Arizona) ... Director’s Honor Roll in Fal 2009 … Communication Studies major.

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#25 KAI FORBATH

Placekicker/6-0/191/RS-Sr./Pacific Palisades, CA/Notre Dame HS CAREER HIGHS Long FG: 54 vs. Oregon, 2007 FGs In One Game: 4 vs. Cal, 2009; at Tennessee, 2009

UCLA - Kai has developed into the best field goal kicker in the nation ... Consensus All-American and Lou Groza Award winner in 2009 ... Has displayed a strong, accurate leg ... Became the first Bruin to record five field goals of at least 50 yards in length during a season as a freshman and has now totaled a school-record nine kicks from 50 yards or more ... Enters his senior year with 72 field goals to rank second on UCLA’s career list and his percentage is .867 (highest in school history among players with at least 20 career field goals) ... Has kicked two or more field field goals in a game 26 times (the NCAA record is 27) and three or more on 12 occasions (the NCAA mark is 13) ... His career marks for field goals per game (1.89) and percentage (.867) are also higher than the current NCAA career marks and he is just 15 shy of the NCAA career field goal record of 87 ... Has converted 41 of his last 44 field goals (.932) and has connected on 37 straight field goal attempts from inside 50 yards. 2009 - Winner of the Lou Groza Award ... Consensus All-America kicker ... Selected first-team All-America by the American Football Coaches Assoc., Walter Camp Football Foundation, The Sporting News, Football Writers’ Assoc. of America, Phil Steele and rivals.com ... He was a second-team selection by AP and first-team AllPac-10 by the league’s coaches ... Tri-winner of UCLA’s Outstanding Special Teams Player ... Made 28 of 31 field goals and 24 of 25 PATs for 108 points ... Made all 25 attempts from inside 50 yards and was three of six from 50 yards or more ... Tied NCAA season record for best percentage from inside 40 yards (100%, 19 of 19) ... Ranked first in the NCAA and led the Pac-10 in field goals (2.15) ... His season field goal percentage of .903 set a new UCLA record and was the second-highest nationally among players with 23 or more attempts ... Fifth in the Pac-10 and 23rd (tied) nationally in scoring (8.31) ... His 28 field goals rank No. 2 (tied) on UCLA’s single-season list ... His 108 points rank No. 7 (tied) on that single-season list ... Made two field goals (49, 50) in the opener against SDSU ... The 50-yarder was the seventh of his career and set a new school record ... Converted a single-game best of four field goals (26, 39, 31, 47, miss 51) at Tennessee ... Named Pac-10 Special Teams Player of the Week ... Made all three attempts versus Kansas St. (39,35,40) ... Made all three attempts at Stanford (29,34, 35) ... Connected on a 52-yarder against Oregon (upping his school record total to eight 50-yarders) ... Matched his personal best by converting on all four kicks versus Cal (24, 39, 46, 35) ... Made field goals of 53 (season long, and upped school record total to nine 50-yard fgs), and 33 yards, before missing from 52 yards out early in fourth quarter at Arizona ... Made a 24-yarder at Oregon St. ... His 27-yard kick (14:53 of fourth quarter) was the margin of victory against Washington ... Made 38-yarder and 31-yarder at Washington St. ... Made field goals of 22,20 and 25 yards against Arizona St., before missing from 51 yards out ... Did not attempt a kick at USC ... Made a 40-yarder at the end of the first half in the bowl win over Temple and added a 42-yarder in the fourth quarter. 2008 - Earned third-team Associated Press (AP) All-America honors ... Named second-team All-Pac-10 by the league’s coaches ... Chosen fourth-team AllAmerican by Phil Steele’s College Football magazine ... Selected first-team All-Pac-10 by Steele, rivals.com and ESPN.com ... Named first-team Sophomore All-American by CollegeFootballNews.com ... Tri-winner of UCLA’s Tommy Prothro Award for Outstanding Special Teams Player ... His average of 1.58 field goals per game tied for the Pac-10 lead and ranked ninth(tied) in the NCAA ... Ranked ninth in the conference in scoring and fifth in kick scoring(6.5) ... Made 19 of 22 field goals on the season, including his last 13 straight ...His 19 field goals ranked eighth on the all-time school single-season list ... Began the season by connecting from 42 yards out in overtime to provide the winning margin against Tennessee ...Also made a 41-yarder during the season-opening contest and was named Pac-10 Special Teams Player of the Week ... At BYU, he had one field goal blocked (32) and missed one (27) ... Converted his only attempt (35) against Arizona ... Converted three field goals (25, 46, 35) against Fresno St. ... Did not attempt a field goal against Washington St. ... Made one of two field goal attempts (miss from 47, make from 28) at Oregon and also handled the kickoff chores for the first time in his career ...Tied his career-best with three field goals against Stanford (37, 19, 28) and was named Pac-10 Special Teams Player of the Week for the second time on the year ... Made field goals of 23 and 38 yards at Cal ... Kicked 29 and 35-yarders against Oregon St. ... At Washington, he converted from 49 and 18 yards ... Kicked three field goals (53, 38, 26) at Arizona St.


RETURNING BRUINS 2007 - Second-team Freshman All-America selection by The Sporting News and an honorable mention All-Pacific-10 conference selection for 2007 ... Honorable mention Pac-10 All-Academic selection ... Offensive winner of UCLA’s John Boncheff, Jr. Memorial Award for Rookie of the Year ... On the year, Forbath made 25 of 30 field goals and all 30 PATs for a team-high 105 points ... Made 24 of his last 27 field goal attempts and had a streak of 10 in a row twice during the season ... Became the first UCLA player to record five field goals of at least 50 yards in a season, including a freshman-best 54-yarder versus Oregon ... He is also only the second player in school history to kick two field goals of at least 50 yards in the same game (Justin Medlock did it at Oregon in 2004) ... His 25 field goals tied the NCAA freshman record and set Pac-10 and UCLA Freshman records ... His 105 points ranked eighth (tied) on UCLA’s single-season list and first among Bruin freshmen ... He ranked third (tied) in the NCAA and first in the Pac-10 in field goals (1.92); third in the Pac-10 and 44th in the NCAA in scoring (8.1) ... Made two or more field goals in 10 games, tying an NCAA record ... In his debut at Stanford, Forbath converted all six PATs and made one of three field goals, missing from 28 and 42 yards before making his first career field goal (39) ... Against BYU, he converted both field goal attempts (37, 40) ... Against Utah, he converted field goals of 45 and 52 yards ... Against Washington, he made three (47, 39, 30 yards) of four fg attempts and was selected one of three Lou Groza Award “Stars of the Week” for his efforts ... At Oregon St., he made both attempts (37, 28) ... Made both attempts (28, 49) versus Notre Dame ... In win over Cal, he made all three attempts (32, 28, 27) ... His final field goal, from 27 yards with 3:06 left in the game, gave UCLA a 23-21 lead ... Named Pac-10 Special Teams Player of the Week ... At Washington St., he had a streak of 10 straight field goals snapped when he missed from 43 yards in the second quarter ... At Arizona, he made field goals of 35 and 51 yards ...The 51-yard field goal, with 5:04 remaining, brought the Bruins within a touchdown and was his second of at least 50 yards ... Against Arizona St., he kicked field goals of 28 and 42 yards ... Made all three of his field goal attempts (54, 31, 28) vs. Oregon ... His 54-yarder was the third-longest in school history and the longest ever by a freshman ... Did not attempt a field goal versus USC ... In the Las Vegas Bowl, he made three (22,52, 50) of four field goals ... However, on the final play of the game, he had a potential game-winning 28-yard field goal attempt blocked. 2006 - Did not see action in his first year in the program. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered four seasons at Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks, CA for coach Kevin Rooney ... Helped his team win three CIF championships and post an overall record of 35-1 ... Had a long field goal of 57 yards ... USA Today first-team All-American ... Rated No. 1 kicker nationally by ESPN.com ... EA Sports

first-team All-American as a punter in 2005 and as a placekicker in 2004 season ... During his last two prep seasons, he converted 26 of 33 field goal attempts and scored 213 total points ... Had touchbacks on 150 of 188 kickoffs ... Made 134 of 135 extra point attempts ... Had a punting average of 46 yards ...Three-star selection by rivals. com ... Rated No. 1 placekicker in the nation by rivals.com ...Three-star selection by scout.com ... Cal-Hi Sports All-State first team ... First-team All-CIF Southern Section ... First-team CIF-SS Division III ... Named to the LA Times' All-Star team as a punter ... Participated in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and the CaliFlorida Bowl ... Also played soccer in the West Valley Samba Soccer League (Premier League). PERSONAL - Full Name: Kai August Forbath … Born: September 2, 1987 in Santa Monica, CA … Parents: Thomas and Susy Forbath … Has one sister, Malia ... Lists kicking the game-winning overtime field goal in the 2008 opener versus Tennessee as the highlight of his career ... Famous athletes he patterns his style of play after are former Bruin Chris Sailer and the NFL’s Adam Vinatieri ... Hobbies include surfing ... Favorite school subject is Math ... Director’s Honor Roll in Fall 2006, Winter 2008, Spring 2010 … History major. VARSITY STATISTICS - K. FORBATH Field Goals Year 2007 2008 2009 Totals

Total 25-30 19-22 28-31 72-83

1-19 0-0 2-2 0-0 2-2

20-29 7-9 6-7 8-8 21-24

30-39 8-8 6-7 11-11 25-26

40-49 5-8 4-5 6-6 15-19

50+ 5-5 1-1 3-6 9-12

Lg 54 53 53 54

PAT 30-30 21-22 24-25 75-77

PT 105 78 108 291

UCLA CAREER FIELD GOALS 1. John Lee 2. Kai Forbath 3. Justin Medlock

Year 1982-85 20072003-06

Att 100 83 88

Made 85 72 70

Lg 52 54 52

MOST 50-YARD FIELD GOALS IN A UCLA CAREER 1. Kai Forbath (2007-present) - 9 1. Justin Medlock (2003-06) - 6 3. John Lee (1982-85) - 4 FORBATH’S 50-YARD FIELD GOALS 2007 (5) - @ Utah (52), @ Arizona (51), Oregon (54), BYU (bowl game 52/50) 2008 (1) - @ Arizona St. (53) 2009 (3) - San Diego St. (50), Oregon (52), @ Arizona (53)

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#23 JOHNATHAN FRANKLIN

Tailback/5-10/198/RS-So./Los Angeles, CA/Dorsey HS CAREER HIGHS Rushing Yards: 119 vs. Kansas State, 2009 Rush Attempts: 23 vs. Kansas State, 2009 Touchdowns: 2 vs. Cal, 2009

UCLA - Johnathan is one of several youngsters who figure in the battle for playing time at tailback ... Possesses fine speed and quickness ... Gained valuable experience last season, starting the majority of the games at tailback, and will look to become a consistent producer in 2010. 2009 - Saw action in all 13 games and started in eight contests ... Recorded two 100-yard rushing games (Kansas St. and Cal) ... Only one player in school history has totaled more than two 100-yard games in a freshman season (Tyler Ebell, six in 2002) ... Led team with 566 yards rushing, sixth-best total by a Bruin freshman ... His average of 43.54 yards per game was 12th in the Pac-10 ... Made first career start against San Diego St. and scored on his first carry (12 yards) ... Carried 12 times for 43 yards ... Started at Tennessee and rushed for 80 yards on 17 attempts ... Made one reception(10) ... Led the Bruins with 119 yards on 23 carries against Kansas St. ... Scored UCLA’s first touchdown (three-yard run) and had a long run of 36 yards ... Became first Bruin to rush for 100 yards in a game since Chris Markey (vs. BYU, 2007 bowl) ... Led the team at Stanford with 58 yards on 14 carries and scored the team’s only touchdown (one-yard run) ... Led the team with 32 yards on nine attempts against Oregon ... Totaled 101 yards and two touchdowns on 11 carries against Cal ... His 74-yard touchdown dash in the second quarter was the longest run by a Bruin since 2003 (Maurice Drew 83-yard score vs. Arizona St.) ... Also scored on a seven-yard run ... Off the bench at Arizona to lead the team with 36 yards on nine carries; two catches for 17 yards ... Started at Oregon St. and gained 37 yards on 14 attempts ... Caught a two-point conversion to tie the game with 2:06 remaining ... Netted four yards on seven attempts against Washington ... Off the bench at Washington St. to gain 22 yards on three attempts, long of 13 yards ... Did not carry the ball against Arizona St., but caught two passes (26) ... Came off the bench at USC to gain 28 yards on four attempts ... Ran three times for six yards in bowl win over Temple. 2008 - Did not see game action in his first season in the program and has three seasons of eligibility remaining ... Offensive co-winner of UCLA’s Charles Pike Memorial Award for Outstanding Scout Team Player. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered three seasons at Dorsey HS in Los Angeles, CA for coach Paul Knox ... Played running back and linebacker ... Earned four stars from rivals.com … Rated No. 16 athlete nationally by rivals.com … Named All-State third team by Cal-Hi Sports ... Rushed for 1,732 yards and 12 touchdowns as a senior … Rushed for over 200 yards in five games in his senior season ... Had 40 tackles

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and six sacks on defense ... Named first-team All-City as a running back ... Was a third-team selection as a linebacker ... Named Coliseum League Player of the Year ... Inducted into the National Football Foundation College Hall of Fame high school registry for excellence in academics and football ... Totaled 510 yards rushing as a junior ... Ran for 150 yards as a sophomore back and recorded 70 tackles, with six sacks on defense ... Also lettered in track and field (sprints, relays) for two years ... As a junior, he was a member of third-place 4 x 400 relay team at State meet ... His 4 x 400 relay team won City championship ... As a freshman, he won the 100m City sprint championship. PERSONAL - Full Name: Johnathan A. Franklin … Born: October 23, 1989 in Los Angeles, CA … Parent: Pamela Andrews … Has one sister,Tierra ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as stepping on the field each week ... Lists NFL star Ray Lewis as the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include writing poetry and acting ... Named to the academic honor roll at his high school his last three school years ... Former Bruin running back Raymond Carter’s dad was his first youth football coach ... Has appeared on the teen reality show "Baldwin Hills" ... Career objectives include becoming a psychologist, teen mentor and motivational speaker ... Political Science major. VARSITY RUSHING STATISTICS - J. FRANKLIN Year TCB Yds YL Net Avg 2009 126 605 39 566 4.5

TD 5

Lg 74

VARSITY RECEIVING STATISTICS - J. FRANKLIN Year No Yds Avg TD Lg 2009 6 57 9.5 0 15

#55 TODD GOLPER

Linebacker/6-0/228/RS-Fr./Arcadia, Ca/Arcadia HS UCLA - This youngster figures to add depth at the linebacker positions ... Did well during his first Spring Practice. 2009 - Did not see action in his first season in the program and has four seasons of eligibility remaining. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered four seasons at Arcadia, CA HS for coach Jon Dimalante ... Played linebacker and H-back ... PrepStar All-America selection … Rated No. 9 middle linebacker in the nation by scout.com ... Ranked No. 10 among linebackers by rivals.com ... Rated No. 2 middle linebacker in the West by scout. com ... SuperPrep All-American (No. 31 LB) and No. 25 prospect in Far West ... Rated No. 16 inside linebacker by Tom Lemming ... Rated No. 22 inside linebacker by ESPNU ... Member of scout.com California 101 (No. 22) ... Scout.com West Hot 150 (No. 31) ... Rated No. 25 prospect in California by rivals.com ... Earned four stars from rivals.com and scout.com ... Ranked No. 140 national prospect by scout.com ... Ranked No. 238 national prospect by rivals.com ... Tacoma News-Tribune Western 100 ... CIF-SS Southeast Division first team ... Named to GoldenStatePreps.com All-Southern California third team ... CalHiSports.com All-State third team ... As a senior, he recorded 88 tackles with 10 tackles for loss and three interceptions ... Rushed 53 times for 360 yards and four touchdowns ... Made 13 catches for 212 yards and two scores ... Recorded 122 tackles in his junior season with 11 sacks and two interceptions, both returned for touchdowns ...Totaled 528 receiving yards and scored six touchdowns ... As a sophomore, he was credited with 66 tackles, 2.5 sacks and two forced fumbles ... Made 11 catches for 119 yards ... Also played three seasons of basketball for coach Jay Ryan. PERSONAL - Full Name:Todd Nicholas Golper … Born: May 31, 1990 in Pasadena, CA … Parents: John and Leslie Golper … Has two brothers, Matt and Brian ... Dad graduated from UCLA law school ... Brother, Brian, is enrolled in UCLA law school ... Lists former NFL standout Pat Tillman as the person he admires the most … Lists his biggest thrill in sports as the time he scored the winning touchdown for his high school team in the final seconds of a close game which he had dedicated to his late grandfather ... Hobbies include skimboarding, playing guitar, playing basketball, hanging out with friends, enjoying good movies and enjoying time with family ... Named to Athletic Director’s Honor Roll in 2010 Spring Quarter ... Undeclared major.

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#59 KEENAN GRAHAM

#87 CORY HARKEY

Defensive End/6-2/245/RS-Fr./Las Vegas, NV/Silverado HS

Tight End/6-5/259/Jr./Chino HIlls, CA/Chino Hills HS

UCLA - Keenan figures to compete for playing time at defensive end ... Possesses good pass-rushing ability off the edge and showed an aggressive side during Spring drills. 2009 - Did not see action in his first season in the program and has four years 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 with a fractured jaw.

CAREER HIGHS Receptions: 3 at Stanford, 2009 Reception Yards: 18 at Tennessee, 2009 Touchdowns: 1 vs. Washington, 2009; vs. Stanford, 2008

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 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 ... Undeclared major.

UCLA - Cory figures to be one of the leading contenders for the starting tight end job ... Has gained valuable experience the past two years ... Fine all-around athlete who is ready to make a major contribution ... Catches the ball well and is an aggressive blocker. 2009 - Appeared in all 13 games and made four starts ... Starter in the opener against San Diego St., in a double tight end formation, and made one catch (one yard) ... Off the bench at Tennessee and made two receptions(18), one for 14 yards on the opening field goal drive ... Made one catch(10) versus Kansas St. ... Started in double tight end formation at Stanford and made a career-best three catches(11) ... Did not make a reception versus Oregon, Cal or Arizona ... Started versus Arizona in a two tight end set and played at Oregon St. ... Made a diving reception on fourth-and-goal from the one for UCLA’s first touchdown against Washington ... Started in a double tight end formation at Washington St. ... Also saw action against Arizona St., at USC and in the bowl win over Temple. 2008 - Appeared in all 12 games with seven starts ... Saw his first career action in the season-opener against Tennessee, but did not make a catch ... Made his first start at BYU and made two receptions for 17 yards, long of 13 ... Started against Arizona and made a 10-yard reception ... Saw action on special teams against Fresno St. ... Saw limited action versus WSU and Oregon ... Started against Stanford and made the game-winning touchdown reception on a seven-yard pass play with 10 seconds remaining ... Started at Cal and versus Oregon St., but did not make a catch ... Started at Washington and made one grab for six yards ... Played off the bench at Arizona St. ... Started against USC, but did not make a catch. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered three seasons at Chino Hills, CA HS ... Ranked as the No. 10 tight end by ESPN ... Earned three stars from rivals.com ... Earned three stars from scout.com ... Named to CIF-Southern Section Inland Division team on defense ... Named first-team all-league for three straight seasons ... As a senior, he made 30 receptions for 473 yards and three touchdowns ... On defense, he made 38 tackles, including 6.5 sacks, as a defensive end ... As a junior, he caught 21 passes for 329 yards and four scores on offense and made 51 tackles, including 6.5 sacks ... As a sophomore, he caught 13 passes for 165 yards and three touchdowns ... Also lettered four seasons in basketball ... Named basketball MVP of the Sierra League in 2007-08 ... Named first-team in basketball after his sophomore and junior years ... Selected All-Inland Valley and first-team All-CIF in basketball following his senior season. PERSONAL - Full Name: Cory Nicholas Harkey … Born: June 17, 1990 in Chicago, IL … Parents: Michael and Nikki Harkey … Has one sister, Miani, and one brother, Tony ... Dad is in his third season as the bullpen coach of the New York Yankees and played MLB baseball from 1988-1997 for the Cubs, Rockies, A’s, Angels (1995) and Dodgers (1997) ... Brother is on the baseball team at Cal State Fullerton ... Lists biggest thrill in sports as receiving a scholarship offer from UCLA ... NFL star Tony Gonzalez is athlete he admires the most … Enjoys spending time with friends ... Psychology major. VARSITY RECEIVING STATISTICS - C. HARKEY Year No Yds Avg TD Lg 2008 5 40 8.0 1 13 2009 8 41 5.1 1 14 Totals 13 81 6.2 2 14

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#65 MIKE HARRIS

#74 STANLEY HASIAK

Offensive Tackle/6-5/319/RS-Jr./Duarte, CA/Duarte HS

Offensive Guard/6-5/307/So./Kapolei, HI/Kapolei HS

UCLA - Harris possesses the longest starting streak on the offensive side of the ball with 18 straight starts ... Has developed steadily during his first two seasons of action and should be a fixture at right tackle for the next two years ... Made great progress during the second half of the 2008 season and built a strong foundation for the future. 2009 - Started all 13 games at right tackle, one of three linemen to accomplish that feat ... Played virtually every snap of each game and was on the field for at least 56 snaps in each contest ... Offensive co-winner of UCLA’s Captain Don Brown Memorial Award for Most Improved Player. 2008 - Hampered by a sprained ankle early in the season, he made outstanding progress down the stretch ... Started and played virtually every snap of the final five games at right tackle, the first action of his career ... .Played 87 snaps at Arizona St. and over 70 versus Oregon St. and Washington ... Offensive winner of UCLA’s Captain Don Brown Memorial Award for Most Improved Player. 2007 - Did not see action in his first year with the program and has two seasons of eligibility remaining. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered four years in football at Duarte (CA) HS for coach Wardell Crutchfield as an offensive and defensive tackle ... Rated No. 27 offensive guard nationally by scout.com … Earned three stars from scout.com and rivals.com … Rated No. 5 offensive guard in California by scout.com … Named first-team All-State (Small Schools) by Cal-Hi Sports … Named to CIF-Southern Section MidValley team … Chosen MVP Lineman of the Year in the Montview League as a senior ... Credited with 86 tackles, eight sacks, and two fumble recoveries ... Had 34 pancake blocks ... Team went 10-3 and advanced to the third round of the CIF playoffs his senior season ... Second-team All-Montview League selection as a junior ... Totaled 57 tackles, three sacks and one fumble recovery ... Recorded 20 pancake blocks as a junior ... Member of the 1,000- lb. Weightlifting Club at his school ... Also lettered four years in basketball (center) and three years in track and field (shot). PERSONAL - Full Name: Michael Cory Harris … Born: December 5, 1988 in Oakland, CA … Parents: Michael and Loretta Harris … Biggest thrill in sports was catching a screen pass for a touchdown in his junior season in high school … Lists former Bruin and NFL star Jonathan Ogden as the player he admires the most … Hobbies include basketball and video games … Interested in a career in government/ politics ... Director’s Honor Roll in Fall 2007 ... History major.

UCLA - This youngster is not eligible to compete this season for academic reasons ... Gained some experience a year ago while playing in three games ... Missed the bulk of the year due to personal issues. 2009 - Saw action in three games ... Came off the bench to play significant minutes at left guard in the first two games of the season versus San Diego St. and at Tennessee ... Played at both guard spots in the Cal game prior to spraining his left ankle. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered four seasons at Kapolei (HI) HS for coach Darren Hernandez ... Three-year starter at guard and tackle ... SuperPrep All-American (No. 38 offensive lineman) and No. 33 prospect in Far West ... Earned four stars from rivals.com and scout.com ... Rated No. 4 among offensive guards by rivals.com ... Ranked No. 9 offensive guard by scout.com ... Ranked No. 12 among offensive tackles by Tom Lemming ... Rated No. 14 offensive guard by ESPNU ... Scout.com West Hot 150 (No. 24) ... Rated No. 3 offensive guard in the West by scout.com ... Ranked No. 108 among all players by rivals.com ... PrepStar All-West Region ... Rated No. 2 player in the state of Hawaii by rivals.com and scout.com ... TacomaNews Tribune Western 100 ... Rated No. 1 offensive lineman in Hawaii by scout. com ... Played in the UnderArmour All-Star Game ... Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West ... .Earned All-State honors from Honolulu Advertiser ... Holds his high school’s record for most pancake blocks ... An OIA All-Star ... Played in the inaugural Hawaii-Polynesia vs. Mainland All-American game in Honolulu. PERSONAL - Full Name: Stanley Hasiak … Born: May 17, 1991 … Parent: Stanley Hasiak, Sr. … Is of Samoan and French-Canadian descent ... Lists NFL lineman Vince Manuwai as his favorite athlete … The San Diego Chargers are his favorite NFL team ... Hobbies include playing video games and watching movies ... The "Incredibles" is his favorite movie ... Undeclared major.

MIKE HARRIS

#21 AARON HESTER

Cornerback/6-1/203/RS-So./Compton, CA/Dominguez HS CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 2 vs. San Diego State, 2009

UCLA - Aaron is one of several youngsters who will compete for a starting spot at cornerback ... Won the position opposite All-American Alterraun Verner a year ago during Spring Practice, but fractured his right leg in the 2009 opener and saw limited action the rest of the way ... Played very well this past Spring and is poised for an outstanding sophomore season. 2009 - Saw action in two games with one start ... Made his first career start in the opener against San Diego St. and recorded two tackles, but was sidelined by a fractured right fibula early in the second quarter ... Returned to full practice during the Arizona week (game seven), but did not see action in the game ... Saw limited action at Oregon St. ... Reaggravated his injury and did not play the remainder of the season. 2008 - Did not see game action in his first season in the program and has three years of eligibility remaining. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered three seasons at Dominguez HS in Compton, CA for coach Willie Donerson ... Played wide receiver and cornerback … Rated No. 19 cornerback by ESPN … Four stars from rivals.com …No. 8 player in California by rivals.com … Four stars from scout.com … All-State first team by Cal-Hi Sports ... Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West squad ... Named to CIF-Southern Section

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RETURNING BRUINS Western Division team ...Two-time All-San Gabriel Valley League ...Team captain ...As a senior, he made 86 tackles, 14 pass deflections, and five interceptions ... Recorded 20 catches for 625 yards and six touchdowns ... As a junior, he made 50 tackles, seven pass deflections and three interceptions; and 15 catches for 550 yards and five touchdowns ... Lettered in track and field (sprints/relays) for three years under coach Daryle Smith ... Three-time All-State performer in track (relays) ... AAU Jr. National Champ in 100, 200 and 400 meter events at Orlando, FL ... Advanced to the CIF-State Track Championship meet as a senior and finished eighth in the 400 meters (48.13) ... Anchored the 4 x 400 meter relay team to a win with the fastest time (3:09.59) by a California school since 1997 and the fastest ever by a school in the Compton and Long Beach areas. PERSONAL - Full Name: Aaron Sutton Hester … Born: March 1, 1990 in Los Angeles, CA … Parents:Alan Hester and Latonya Dorsey ... Related to Devin Hester of the NFL’s Chicago Bears ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as his outstanding performance (two catches for 120 yards and two touchdowns; interception return for a touchdown; 10 tackles) in his homecoming game and winning the 2006 CIF Championship ... Lists former NFL star Deion Sanders as the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include reading, playing video games, dancing and working out ... Former Bruin, Alterraun Verner was a childhood friend and youth teammate ... As a youth, he represented California in the Jr. Olympics in multiple years ... Interested in a career in the sports management field ... Undeclared major. VARSITY TACKLE STATISTICS - A. HESTER Year TT T-AT Sacks TFL 2009 2 2-0 0 0

INT (Td) 0

HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered three seasons as a kick returner, running back, defensive back, wide receiver and fullback at Punahou HS in Honolulu for coach Kale Ale ... ... SuperPrep All-Far West No. 69 prospect … Scout.com West Hot 150 (No. 92) … Earned three stars from scout.com and rivals.com … Ranked No. 22 nationally among all-purpose backs by rivals.com … Rated No. 26 tailback by Tom Lemming … Rated No. 37 running back by scout.com … Rated No. 39 running back by ESPNU … Ranked No. 3 player in Hawaii by rivals.com … Tacoma NewsTribune Western 100 … Rated No. 4 player in Hawaii by scout.com … PrepStar All-West Region selection … Earned All-State honors from Honolulu Advertiser as an all-purpose performer … As a senior, he amassed 1,840 all-purpose yards and scored 19 touchdowns ... Rushed for 599 yards and 10 touchdowns ... Made 63 receptions for 725 yards and eight scores ... Helped lead Punahou to the state title ...Team captain ... He was named Offensive Player of the Year and first-team all-state and all-conference ... As a junior, he totaled 15 touchdowns and racked up 1,430 all-purpose yards while averaging 5.1 yards per carry and 9.2 yards per catch ... He served as team captain and was selected first-team all-state and all-conference ... As a sophomore, he had 1,120 all-purpose yards and scored 11 touchdowns while earning first-team all-conference and second-team all-state honors ... Also earned four letters in basketball for coaches Greg Tacon and Dan Hale ... Averaged 11 points and four steals per game as a senior ... Was a first-team all-conference pick and an honorable mention all-state performer in hoops as a junior ... Lettered in the sprint events for track coach Mike Pavich as a sophomore. PERSONAL - Full Name: Dalton Ishmael Hilliard … Born: August 1, 1990 in Chicago, IL … Parents: Larry and Amalia Hilliard … Has a brother, Kamden, and a sister, Paige ... Scored three touchdowns, totaled 280 all-purpose yards, including a 70yard interception return, in a state semi-final playoff game performance he dedicated to his mom, which he lists as his biggest athletic thrill to date ... Lists running back Ernie Davis as the famous athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include drawing, football and music ... Relative Keith Jackson has played in the NFL for the Green Bay Packers ... His mom played in the women’s professional football league ... Dad is a former high school football All-American ... Undeclared major. VARSITY TACKLE STATISTICS - D. HILLIARD Year TT T-AT Sacks TFL INT (Td) 2009 4 2-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0

#19 DALTON HILLIARD

Free Safety/6-0/192/So./Mililani, HI/Punahou HS CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 2 vs. at Washington State, 2009

UCLA - This athletic young player gained valuable game experience last season, primarily on special teams ... Figures to compete for playing time in the Bruin secondary this season after a fine Spring in which he demonstrated the ability to be an aggressive tackler. 2009 - Saw action in six games at defensive back and on special teams ... Credited with four tackles on the season ... Appeared on special teams in the opener against San Diego St., but did not record a tackle ... Registered two tackles at Tennessee ... Saw action on special teams against Kansas St., but did not receive credit for a tackle ... Saw limited action at Arizona ... Made two tackles at Washington St. ... Saw limited action against Arizona St.

DALTON HILLIARD

#97 DAMIEN HOLMES

Defensive End/6-3/265/RS-So./Grand Terrace, CA/Colton HS CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 4 vs. Kansas St., 2009

UCLA - Damien enters Fall camp as a prime contender for the starting end spot opposite Datone Jones, but the competition figures to continue throughout the season ... Gained valuable experience last season in a reserve role and will look to expand his contribution this season. 2009 - Saw action in a reserve role in all 13 games ... Made 11 tackles, including 0.5 sacks and 3.0 tackles for loss ... Earned second-team Pac-10 All-Academic honors ... Made one tackle assist in the opener against San Diego St. ... Credited with one stop at Tennessee ... Recorded a career-best four tackles against Kansas St. ... Had one tackle against Oregon, Cal and Arizona ... Made two tackles versus Arizona St. ... Did not receive credit for a tackle in the games at USC or in the bowl win over Temple. 2008 - Did not see game action in his first season in the program and has three years of eligibility remaining ... Defensive co-winner of UCLA's Charles Pike Memorial Award for Outstanding Scout Team Player. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered three seasons at Colton HS in Colton, CA for coach Harold Strauss ... Played tight end, defensive end and fullback ... PrepStar All-American … Four stars from scout.com … Rated No. 6 nationally at defensive end by scout. com ... Four stars from rivals.com … All-State third team by Cal-Hi Sports … As a senior, he was named CIF-Southern Section Central Division Defensive Player of the Year … Named to 2008 Offense-Defense All-American Bowl team ... Selected to 2008 Southern California All-Star Bowl team ... Defensive MVP of San Andreas League ... Cal-Hi Sports third-team All-State ... National Football Foundation All-San Bernardino County team ... First-team All-San Bernardino Area defensive selection by Riverside Press-Enterprise ... Made 99 tackles, including 17.0 sacks as a senior ... As a junior, he recorded 72 tackles,14 sacks and two fumble recoveries … First-team

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RETURNING BRUINS DAMIEN HOLMES

#56 DATONE JONES

Defensive End/6-4/269/Jr./Compton, CA/Compton HS CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 6 at California, 2008 Tackles for Loss: 2 v. Kansas St., 2009

All-CIF Southern Section defense and offense ... Defensive MVP of San Andreas League ... First-team All-San Bernardino Area selection by Press-Enterprise ... Lettered two seasons in basketball (2004-06) for coach Peter Goldkorn ... Lettered in track and field (shot, discus) for one (2006) year. PERSONAL - Full Name: Damien Edward Holmes … Born: October 12, 1990 in Redlands, CA … Parents: Edward Holmes and Diane Galvez … Has two sisters, Amber and Briana, and two brothers, Daniel and Dillon ... Lists biggest thrill in sports as ending a 25-plus year rut at his high school by advancing to CIF semifinals in 2007 ... Lists former NFL star Michael Strahan as the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include spending time with family and friends, playing basketball, going to the beach, and playing ping-pong ... Relative Vic Salazar also attended UCLA ... Director’s Honor Roll in Fall 2008 and Spring 2009 ... Sociology major. VARSITY TACKLE STATISTICS - D. HOLMES Year 2009

TT 11

T-AT 5-6

Sacks 0.5-6

TFL 3.0-10

INT (Td) 0

UCLA - This talented youngster emerged as a starter at defensive end last season ... Possesses the ability to be a disruptive force in opposing backfields ... He is expected to be one of the team’s defensive leaders and the anchor of the defensive line. 2009 - Starter in all 13 games ... Third on the team with 4.0 sacks and T-22nd in the Pac-10 and fourth on the team with his 11.0 tackles for loss (12th in Pac-10) ... Earned Sophomore All-America honorable mention from CollegeFootballNews. com ... Had one tackle assist and broke up two passes against SDSU ... Had three stops at Tennessee, 1.0 for loss ... Made four tackles, a sack and a second tackle for loss, against Kansas St. ... Credited with three tackles, including a sack on which he forced a fumble at Stanford ... Had two tackles, 0.5 for loss, versus Oregon ... Registered two tackle assists, both for loss (1.0 total) against Cal ... Made three tackles at Arizona, one for loss ... Forced and recovered a fumble on the first play of the second half ... Recorded three tackles, 0.5 for loss, at Oregon St. ... Had two tackles, including a five-yard sack, against Washington ... Made three tackles at Washington State, one for loss ... Made one tackle for loss against Arizona St. ... Credited with three tackles, including a seven-yard sack, in the bowl win over Temple. 2008 - Appeared in 10 games with two starts (Cal, Oregon St.) ... Finished with 15 tackles on the year ... Two tackles versus Stanford ... Made first career start at Cal and finished with six tackles, four solos ... Started against Oregon St. and made four stops ... Had one tackle off the bench at Washington ... Made one tackle against USC ... Named to rivals.com All-Pac-10 Freshman team. HIGH SCHOOL - Played football for coach Calvin Bryant at Compton (CA) HS ... Ranked No. 15 defensive end nationally by ESPN ... Earned four stars from rivals.com ... Earned four stars from scout.com ... SuperPrep All-American ... Named All-State second team by Cal-Hi Sports ... Long Beach Press-Telegram Dream Team member ... Moore League co-Defensive Player of the Year ... As a senior, he made 91 tackles, seven sacks, two fumble recoveries, nine hurries and three pass deflections ... As a junior, he recorded 60 tackles, including four sacks. PERSONAL - Full Name: Datone Wayne Jones … Born: July 24, 1990 in Los Angeles, CA … Parents:Anthony Jones and Shondra Hall … Has one brother and four sisters ... Lists former NFL star Michael Strahan as the athlete he admires the most … His biggest thrill in sports was his first-ever sack in a varsity high school football game... Director’s Honor Roll in Winter 2009 and Spring 2009 ... Sociology major. VARSITY TACKLE STATISTICS - D. JONES

#9 JERRY JOHNSON

Year 2008 2009 Totals

TT 15 30 45

Wide Receiver/6-4/208/RS-So./Venice, CA/Venice HS UCLA - This youngster will compete for playing time at the wide receiver positions ... Possesses good speed ... Gained valuable experience over the course of the season and made good progress during Spring Practice, demonstrating the ability to make the big play. 2009 - Appeared in two games ... Saw limited action in the opener against San Diego St. ... On the field for 14 snaps in the game at Washington State. 2008 - Did not see game action in his first season in the program and has three seasons of eligibility remaining. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered three seasons at Venice, CA HS for coach Angelo Gasca ... Earned four stars from rivals.com ... Rated No. 33 wide receiver nationally by rivals.com ... Earned three stars from scout.com ... Made 50 catches for over 900 yards and 14 touchdowns as a senior ... Caught 24 balls as a junior for 613 yards and six touchdowns ... Also lettered in track and field (100m, 200m and relay). PERSONAL - Full Name: Jerry Crossley Johnson, Jr. … Born: August 1, 1990 in Inglewood, CA … Parents: J.C. and Angela Johnson … Has one sister, Jessica and one brother, Justin ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports to date as making a game-changing catch against Oaks Christian HS ... Lists NFL receiver Marques Colston as the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include writing and playing football and basketball ... Interested in becoming a lawyer ... English major.

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DATONE JONES

T-AT 9-6 12-18 21-24

Sacks 0.0-0 4.0-28 4.0-28

TFL 0.0-0 11.0-50 11.0-50

INT (Td) 0 0 0


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#61 ANDY KEANE

#73 MICAH KIA

Defensive Tackle/6-2/276/RS-Sr./Palm Springs, CA/Palm Springs HS

Offensive Tackle/6-5/321/RS-Sr./Mililani, HI/Mililani HS

UCLA - Andy figures to add depth at the defensive tackle positions this season if healthy ... Had surgery for a finger tendon injury during Spring drills and his status for Fall camp is undetermined. 2009 - Versatile scout team player who did not see game action. 2008 - Practiced with both the offensive and defensive lines due to injuries within those units ... Did not appear in a game. 2007 - Did not see game action. 2006 - Did not see action in his first year in the program, practicing on defense. HIGH SCHOOL - Played four seasons of football at Palm Springs, CA HS for coach Steve Fabian … Ranked No. 1 center nationally by ESPN.com ... Four-star selection by rivals.com ... Played in the CaliFlorida Bowl ... Selected to play in Shrine All-Star Game ...As a senior, he served as team captain ... Two-time first-team all-league selection ... Named first-team All-Desert by the Desert Sun ... First-team All-CIF Southern Section ... First-team All-Riverside County selection by the Riverside Press-Enterprise ... First-team All-Southern California pick by the L.A.Times ... Cal-Hi Sports first-team All-State selection ... Made 104 tackles as a senior, including 11 sacks ... Also played four seasons on the wrestling team for coach Dan Murphy ... Named first-team all-league in the heavyweight division ... Lettered four seasons in track (CIF qualifier in shot put and discus). PERSONAL - Full Name: Andrew Lyn Keane … Born: January 12, 1988 in Palm Springs, CA … Parents: Jeffrey and Barbara Keane … Has two brothers, Matt and Tim (played football at UC Davis) … Biggest thrill in sports was playing before the home crowd in the CIF championship game ... Hobbies include all sports and hanging out with friends ... Director’s Honor Roll in Fall 2006, Spring 2007, Spring 2010 … History major.

UCLA - Micah is the veteran of the line, returning for his fifth year after missing all of last season due to a knee injury suffered in Fall camp ... Figures to compete for the starting position at left tackle after participating in non-contact drills during Spring Practice (he has been cleared for full contact in Fall camp) ... Also has experience at the guard spot ... Has made 15 starts during his career ... Possesses fine overall skills with good agility for a big man ... Season captain. 2009 - Tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee in fall camp (Aug. 19) and missed the entire season. 2008 - Saw action in all 12 games with seven starts at three different positions along the offensive line ... Started the Tennessee, BYU and Arizona games at left tackle ... Returned to the starting lineup against Stanford at right tackle ... Started at left tackle at California ... Started at left guard at Arizona St. and versus USC ... Played at least 50 snaps in five of his 12 games. 2007 - He made eight starts at tackle as a true sophomore ... Made the first start of his career in the season opener at Stanford ... Also started against BYU, Utah and Washington ... Came off the bench at Oregon St. and played the entire second half ... Returned to the starting lineup versus Notre Dame and also started against California and Washington St. ... Saw action off the bench versus Arizona, Arizona St., Oregon and USC ... Started and played the whole game in the Las Vegas Bowl against BYU. 2006 - Played in all 13 of UCLA’s games, primarily on special teams ... He was a regular on the PAT/FG unit ... Saw time at offensive tackle versus Utah, Stanford and Arizona. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered three seasons at Mililani High School for Coach James Millwood ... Four-star selection by rivals.com ... Four-star selection by scout.com ... Ranked No. 8 among offensive tackles by rivals.com ... Rated No. 1 prospect in Hawaii by rivals.com ... PrepStar All-American ... Orange County Register Fab 15 second team ...Three-time first-team All-Star OIA Red West ... High school team was undefeated in 2003-04 and 2004-05 ... One of 12 Hawaiian recipients of the National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame scholarship ... Three-time team captain ... Topthree finalist for the state’s Gatorade Player of the Year award ... In his junior year, named first-team All-Star OIA Red West and honorable mention All-State ... Named Most Improved Offensive Lineman his sophomore year ...Was on the Honor Roll ... Also volunteered with Special Olympics and a children’s ministry. PERSONAL - Full Name: Micah Kamuela Kia … Born: June 11, 1988 in Honolulu, HI … Parents: Malcolm and Wallis Kia … Has one brother, Aaron … Dad was an all-state offensive lineman and is an OIA Hall of Fame inductee ... Biggest thrill in sports was receiving a scholarship to play at UCLA ... Famous athlete he patterns his style of play after is the retired NFL defensive end Ma’a Tanuvasa ... Hobbies include boogie boarding and woodwork ... Favorite school subject is Hawaiian history ... Athletics Director’s Honor Roll in Fall 2006, Spring 2010 … Interested in a career in Sports Medicine ... History major.

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RETURNING BRUINS Interested in a career in business and a major in Economics ... Director’s Honor Roll in Fall 2008, Fall 2009 ... Psychology major. VARSITY TACKLE STATISTICS - P. LARIMORE Year 2009

TT 2

T-AT 1-1

Sacks 0.0-0

TFL 0.0-0

INT (Td) 0

#48 JARED KOSTER

Linebacker/6-1/213/Fr./Norco, CA/Norco HS UCLA - A 2009 signee, Koster delayed enrollment until January of 2009 due to a sports hernia ... He is expected to compete for playing time at one of the outside linebacker spots ...Thust himself into the competition for playing time at linebacker with his efforts this past Spring ... Has five years to play his four seasons. HIGH SCHOOL - Played four seasons at Norco (CA) HS for coaches Todd Gerhart and Larry Baker ... Credited with 132 tackles, 10.5 sacks, one fumble recovery and a blocked field goal as a senior, despite missing two-and-a-half games due to injury ... Named team’s Defensive MVP after leading the Cougars to an 8-5 record and a berth in the CIF semifinals ... Named first-team All-CIF Southern Section (Inland Division) following his senior (LB) and junior (DE) seasons ... .Named All-Big VIII Conference as a senior ... Garnered All-Riverside County honors as a senior and junior ... Elected defensive captain of the Riverside County team at the Inland Empire Classic all-star game ... Finished second at the pregame all-star combine ... Named defensive MVP at the Underclassmen.com Showcase ... Earned recognition on the Long Beach All-Nike combine team ... Played defensive end as a junior and made 63 tackles, 9.5 sacks and two fumble recoveries ... As a sophomore, he played offensive line on Norco’s second consecutive state championship squad ... Also lettered one season in track and field for coach Wade Lockett. PERSONAL - Full Name: Jared Koster … Born:April 11, 1991 in Kalamazoo, MI… Parents: Bill and Mary Koster … Has a brother, Joel, and a sister, Sarah ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as winning the CIF championship as a sophomore and playing in the Inland Empire All-Star Classic ... Lists NFL linebacker Brian Urlacher as the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include weight lifting, water sports and snow boarding ... Director’s Honor Roll in Winter 2010 ... Undeclared major.

#42 PATRICK LARIMORE

PATRICK LARIMORE

#18 JEFF LOCKE

Linebacker/6-3/249/RS-So./Santa Clarita, CA/Hart HS

Punter-Placekicker/6-1/210/RS-So./Glendale, AZ/Mountain Ridge HS

UCLA - Patrick is one of several young linebackers who could add depth at the position in 2010 ... Gained valuable experience during his first season on the field ... Emerged from Spring Practice as a top contender for the Mike linebacker spot. 2009 - Appeared in 11 games on special teams (kickoff, kickoff return, punt, punt return) ... Credited with two tackles ... Made one stop at Tennessee ... Recorded one tackle at Oregon State. 2008 - Did not see game action in his first season in the program and has three seasons of eligibility remaining.

UCLA - One of the top young punters in the nation, Locke stepped right in and had an outstanding first year as the Bruin punter and kickoff man ... Picked up right where Aaron Perez left off ...Possesses a very strong and accurate leg ... Ranked among the country’s top players at his position in just his first year of action. 2009 - One of 10 semifinalists for the Ray Guy Award (the only freshman), presented to the nation’s top punter ... Selected second-team All-Pac-10 by the league’s coaches ... First-team Pac-10 All-Academic team selection ... Named freshman All-America by CollegeFootballNews.com ... Second-team Frosh All-America pick by Phil Steele Publications ... Named to The Sporting News All-Freshman team ...Tri-winner of UCLA’s Tommy Prothro Award for Outstanding Special Teams Player ...Averaged 43.63 yards per kick which ranked 16th in the NCAA, second in Pac-10 ... Placed 20 of his 70 kicks inside the 20-yard line and had 12 kicks of 50 yards or more ... UCLA ranked 20th in NCAA, first in Pac-10 in net punting (37.76) ... Only 23 kicks were returned for 170 yards ... Produced 20 touchbacks, most in the Pac-10, on kickoffs ... Saw his first career action in the opener against San Diego St. and averaged 38.8 yards on five kicks; just one was returned(3 yards) ... Also handled the kickoff chores and averaged 64.9 yards on seven kicks ...Averaged 47.0 yards on four punts at Tennessee; one was returned(6) ... Had a long punt of 64 yards and averaged 66.3 yards on six kickoffs, with three touchbacks ...Averaged 46.7 yards on three punts versus Kansas State; one returned(11) ... At Stanford, he averaged 47.8 yards on four punts with a return average of 2.8 yards ... He had three touchbacks on kickoffs ... Averaged 50.4 yards on seven punts against Oregon; three inside the 20 ... Two were returned(6)

HIGH SCHOOL - Played football at Hart High School in Newhall, CA for coach Mike Herrington ... PrepStar All-Region selection ... Named All-State second-team by Cal-Hi Sports ... Named to L.A. Times All-Star team and L.A. Daily News All-Area team ... Earned three stars from rivals.com ... Rated No. 18 nationally and No. 2 in California at middle linebacker by scout.com ... Named to CIF Southern Section Northern Division team ... Cal-Hi Sports All-State second team ... Named team’s Defensive Player of the Year as both a senior and junior ... As a senior, he made 117 tackles, including three sacks, despite missing three games due to injury ... Recorded a school-record 138 tackles as a junior, including two sacks. PERSONAL - Full Name: Patrick Bryan Larimore … Born: February 27, 1990 in Burbank, CA … Parents: Bryan and Patti Larimore … Has one sister, Katie ... Lists NFL star Ray Lewis as the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include training, music and video games ... Relative Robert Dickmann plays baseball at Pepperdine ...

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RETURNING BRUINS ... All three kickoffs reached the end zone ... Against Cal, he averaged 45.2 on six kicks with four inside the 20; two returned(10) ... He had four touchbacks on six kickoffs ... Punted six times for a 48.2 mark at Arizona, including an 81-yard boot ... His 81-yarder was UCLA’s longest punt since 1995, when Chris Sailer sent a kick the same distance ... At Oregon St., he averaged 37.1 yards on seven kicks ... Had a 37.5 mark on two kicks against Washington ... Punted four times at Washington State for a 44.0 mark with no returns ... Averaged 40.4 yards on seven kicks against ASU ... Punted seven times at USC for a 44.0 average ... Sent eight punts an average of 40.8 yards in the bowl win over Temple. 2008 - Did not see action in his first season in the program and has three years of eligibility remaining. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered four seasons at Mountain Ridge HS in Glendale, AZ for coach Bobby Green ... Played wide receiver, punter and kicker ... Parade All-American ... EA Sports first-team All-American ... Ranked No. 1 kicker by ESPN ... Selected for Under Armour All-America Game ... Four stars from scout.com ... Ranked No. 1 nationally at punter by scout.com ... Three stars from rivals.com ... Rated No. 2 kicker nationally by rivals.com ... As a senior, he was selected All-Arizona and first-team all-state ... Named second-team all-state as junior ... Team captain as senior ... Named 5A All-State as a kicker ... Set school records for most field goals in a season (11); longest punt (71 yards); longest field goal (63 yards, a state record) ... As a senior, he averaged 43.6 yards on 38 punts with 10 inside the 20-yard line ... Had 47 touchbacks on 54 kickoffs ... Converted 29 of 32 extra point attempts ... Made 11 of 20 field goals, long of 63 yards ... As a junior, he averaged 43.3 yards on 46 punts with nine inside the 20 ... 33 touchbacks on 40 kickoffs ... Converted all 13 PATs ... Made seven of 11 field goals, long of 43 yards ... Made 21 receptions for 295 yards and two touchdowns ... As a sophomore, he averaged 37 yards on 25 punts, with five inside the 20 ... 39 touchbacks on 59 kickoffs ... Made all 34 extra points ... Converted six of 14 field goals, long of 48 yards ... In his freshman season, he had 11 touchbacks on 70 kickoffs ... Made three of five field goal attempts (long of 41 yards) ... Earned three letters in soccer, as a defender, for coach Doug Evans ... Named All-Region in soccer his last three prep seasons ... As a junior, he was selected second-team All-State and Region Player of the Year. PERSONAL - Full Name: Jeffrey Ryan Locke … Born: September 27, 1989 in Frankfurt, Germany … Parents: Bob and Boni Locke … Has two brothers, Jason and Brian ... Lists NFL punter Daniel Sepulveda as the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include video games and hanging out with friends ... Interested in a Life Sciences major ... Director’s Honor Roll in Fall 2008,Winter 2009, Spring 2009, Fall 2009, Winter 2010 ... Business Economics major. VARSITY PUNTING STATISTICS - J. LOCKE Year No. Yds Avg Lg Tb 2009 70 3,054 43.6 81 11

FC 18

I20 20

50+ 12

Blk 0

#20 GLENN LOVE

Linebacker/6-4/220/RS-Jr./Chandler, AZ/Hamilton HS CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 7 vs. USC, 2008 Tackles for Loss: 0.5 vs. USC, 2008

UCLA - Glenn will be competing for playing time at a new position - outside linebacker - after spending most of his career at safety, where he made an important contribution as a sophomore ... A fine all-around athlete, he is a sure tackler and made a very smooth transition during Spring Practice ... He is also a standout on special teams coverage. 2009 - Appeared in all 13 games, contributing on special teams and on defense (11 games) ... On the year, he made 27 tackles, including 14 solos ... Made two tackles in the opener against San Diego St. ... Credited with a special teams tackle at Tennessee ... Had one stop against Kansas St. ... Played the majority of the Stanford game (44 snaps) after an injury to Rahim Moore and totaled six tackles ... Made a special teams tackle against Oregon ... Had two tackles assists versus Cal ... Made six tackles while playing defense and special teams at Arizona ... Recorded two stops at Oregon St. ... Had one tackle assist against Washington ... Credited with two tackles at Washington St. ... Two tackles against Arizona St. ... Played defense and special teams at USC ... Made one tackle in the bowl win over Temple. 2008 - Saw action in all 12 games, four on defense ...Very effective on special teams coverage units ... Credited with 23 tackles on the season ... Tri-winner of UCLA’s Tommy Prothro Award for Outstanding Special Teams Player ... Saw his first career action, while playing on special teams, against Tennessee and had three tackles ... Made two special teams tackles against Arizona and one tackle versus Fresno St. ... Played defense and on special teams versus Washington St. ... Had one tackle at Oregon ... Forced a fumble on punt coverage against Stanford that led to UCLA’s first touchdown ... Scored the Bruins’ first touchdown when he picked up a blocked punt in the end zone at Cal ... Made two stops and downed a punt on the one-yard line against Oregon St. ... Made three tackles on special teams at Washington ... Had two special teams tackles at Arizona St. ... Played both defense (45 snaps) and special teams versus USC, making a career-best seven tackles, including 0.5 for loss. 2007 - Did not see action in his first year with the program and has two seasons of eligibility remaining ... Was not able to practice much of the year due to injuries to his hips.

JEFF LOCKE GLENN LOVE

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RETURNING BRUINS HIGH SCHOOL - Played free and strong safety at Hamilton HS in Chandler, AZ for coaches Wrenn and Bellis … Rated No. 7 player in Arizona by rivals.com … Earned three stars from scout.com and rivals.com … Rated No. 45 safety nationally by scout.com … As a senior, he made a school-record 10 interceptions and over 100 tackles … Blocked three field goals ... Named MVP in the Division 5A state title game against Mt.View HS (Mesa, AZ) after recording nearly a dozen tackles as Hamilton finished 13-1 … Also made two interceptions and blocked a field goal ... Named first-team All-Region as a senior ... Invited to play in both the East-West game and the Arizona All-Star game ...Team won 5A Regional Championship as a junior ...Also lettered in the sports of soccer (sweeper) in 2003, basketball (forward/center) in 2004-07, track and field (400m, relays, high jump, long jump, triple jump) in 2003-04 ... Named honorable mention All-Region in basketball in 2007. PERSONAL - Full Name: Glenn Allen Love, Jr. … Born: June 8, 1989 in Champaign, IL … Parents: Glenn, Sr. and Angela Love … Has two sisters, Nicole and Heather … Dad played football at the University of Illinois … Has several relatives who have played professional or collegiate sports - Shawn Lampley, played basketball at Cal; Lamone Lampley, played pro basketball in Europe; David Evans, wrestled at University of Wisconsin; Greg Evans, wrestled at University of Minnesota ... Biggest thrill in sports was when his HS team won the state championship game his senior season and he was named MVP … Lists the NFL’s Roy Williams as the player he admires the most … Hobbies include working out, playing competitive sports, dancing, spending time with family and friends ... Interested in a career in Civil Engineering ... Director’s Honor Roll in Fall 2007, Fall 2009, Spring 2010 ... History major. VARSITY TACKLE STATISTICS - G. LOVE Year TT T-AT Sacks 2008 23 17-6 0.0-0 2009 27 14-13 0.0-0 Totals 50 31-19 0.0-0

TFL 0.5-1 0.0-0 0.5-1

INT (Td) 0 0 0

#51 KAI MAIAVA

Center/6-1/298/RS-Jr./Wailuku, HI/Baldwin HS/U. of Colorado UCLA - Kai enters Fall camp in competition for the starting job at center after doing an outstanding job as the starter a year ago ... One of the top centers in the West based upon his play a year ago, he is on the Rimington Trophy pre-season Watch List ... A tough, hard-nosed competitor who started at guard as a true freshman at Colorado in 2007. 2009 - Started the first 12 games of the season ... Played virtually every offensive scrimmage play, racking up at least 65 snaps in nine of his 12 games and 58 in the other three ... Was not eligible to play in the EagleBank Bowl win over Temple. 2008 - Redshirted after transferring from Colorado where he was a starter in nine games at left guard in 2007 ... Two seasons of eligibility remaining. COLORADO - Saw his first action in fourth game of the 2007 season (40 snaps versus Miami-Ohio) and then started the entire conference season and the Independence Bowl (nine games) at left guard ... Made first career start in game five against Oklahoma ... Just the eighth true freshman to start a game on the offensive line at CU since freshmen were allowed to play again in 1972 ... First-team Freshman AllAmerica honors from scout.com, while The Sporting News and CollegeFootballNews. com selected him honorable mention ... TSN also selected him to its Freshman AllBig 12 team, while Phil Steele selected him honorable mention All-Big 12 ... Played 575 snaps, recording 74 knockdown blocks (second on team) with a game-high of 12 against Oklahoma ... His best game grade was 92% against Iowa State, as he earned two game grades over 90 percent and four over 80 ...Tied for the team lead in touchdown blocks with five, while being called for three penalties and allowing eight pressures and two sacks ... Recipient of the Lee Willard Award, selected by the coaching staff and presented to most outstanding freshman. HIGH SCHOOL - Ranked as No. 31 center in the nation by rivals.com ... Firstteam All-State and All-Maui Interscholastic League as a senior ... Played mostly offensive guard, moving over to center when the game was in hand to get others in the game ... He coordinated the O-line play calls ... Team captain ... Averaged 10-12 pancake blocks a game as a senior, when he had eight direct touchdown blocks, was not responsible for a sack, and was called for four penalties ...Three-year starter on offense ... Played at tackle as a sophomore, before moving to guard as a junior; he had 8-10 pancake blocks per game that season when he earned honorable mention All-State and first-team All-MIL ... Did not allow a single quarterback sack during

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KAI MAIAVA his high school career, and in spot play at defensive tackle as a senior (4-5 plays per game), he had 12 tackles, two for losses, with four hurries, a forced fumble, a pass broken up and a blocked field goal ... His top games came against Kamehameha, where he went to school from the second through ninth grades; as a junior, he had 23 pancake blocks against them, and as a senior, another 18 with a touchdown block in two one-sided Baldwin wins ... Under coach Jimmy Morimoto, Baldwin was 10-1-1 his senior year, the MIL champions, but lost in the state semifinals on a ‘Hail Mary’ pass as time expired to Kahuku, 22-20 ... BHS was 11-1 his junior season, MIL champs again reaching the state semis ... Team was 10-1-1 his sophomore season ... Played one year of junior varsity basketball (sophomore), lining up at center; his best game was a 35-point, 10-rebound effort against Lahaina. PERSONAL - Born: June 3, 1989 in Wailuku, Hawaii ... Hobbies include surfing, cliff diving, hiking, music and relaxing at the beach ... Father (Scott Mahoney) was an offensive lineman at Colorado and had a brief stint with the NFL’s Kansas City Chiefs ... His grandfather (“Prince” Neff Maiava) was a famous world renowned wrestler in the 1950s and 1960s, and the six-time Hawaii heavyweight champion (his signature finishing move was the head butt, and he used to use his hair to cut his opponents hands) ...An Uncle is “The Rock,” Dwayne Johnson (actor/former WWF wrestler/Miami football player) ...An older brother, Kaluka, played linebacker at USC ...There is royal Samoan lineage in the family ... Full first name is Kealaka’i (pronounced kay-ala-ka-E; his last name is pronounced my-ah-vuh) ... Also an accomplished rugby player, as he earned All-Star honors his sophomore and junior years, and was the Hawaii heavyweight boxing champion as a junior. ... History major.

#20 RICKY MARVRAY

Wide Receiver/5-11/188/RS-Fr./Victorville, CA/Centennial HS UCLA - Ricky is an exciting young receiver who caught the eye of the coaching staff during his practice work ... A fierce competitor, he gained valuable experience during Spring Practice and figures to compete for a spot in the wide receiver rotation. 2009 - Did not see game action in his first year in the program and has four years of eligibility remaining ... Offensive co-winner of UCLA’s Charles Pike Memorial Award for Outstanding Scout Team Player. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered four seasons at Centennial HS in Corona, CA for coach Matt Logan ... Rated No. 37 prospect in California by rivals.com ... SuperPrep All-Far West (No. 45 prospect) ... Member of scout.com California 101 (No. 42) ... Scout.com West Hot 150 (No. 63) ... Earned three stars from scout.com and


RETURNING BRUINS and No. 8 in the West by scout.com ... Ranked No. 43 cornerback by scout.com ... Rated No. 46 athlete by ESPNU ... Ranked as the No. 57 athlete by rivals.com ... Named All-State Division I second team on defense by MaxPreps ... Chosen CIF-SS Pac-5 Division first team as a defensive back ... Named to GoldenStatePreps.com AllSouthern California second team ... CalHiSports.com All-State third team ... Named first-team All-Orange County by The Register ... South Coast League co-Defensive MVP ... On offense, he made 41 receptions for 605 yards and 12 touchdowns ... Made four interceptions on defense and averaged 26.0 yards on 10 punt returns ... Named first-team all-county, all-league ...Team captain and team MVP ... Recipient of National Football Foundation Hall of Fame Orange County Chapter Scholar-Athlete Award ... Earned second-team All-County honors as a junior and sophomore ... As a junior, he was named first-team all-league and team Defensive MVP ... As a sophomore, he was selected first-team all-league, Pac-5 All-CIF and Cal-Hi Sports All-State ... Team Defensive Back of the Year ... Also lettered two years in baseball as a second baseman and outfielder for coach Chris Ashbach ... Batted over .330 in both seasons ... Named first-team all-league as a junior and second-team as a sophomore ... Stole a total of 26 bases and scored 52 runs in 53 games. PERSONAL - Full Name:Alex Michael Mascarenas … Born: November 10, 1990 in Long Beach, CA … Parents:Alex and Sally Mascarenas … Has two sisters, Leslie and Toni ... Lists Michael Jordan as the famous athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include going to the beach, hanging out with friends and playing basketball ... Cousin of former Bruin (1987-88) quarterback Bobby San Jose ... Undeclared major.

RICKY MARVRAY rivals.com ... Rated No. 49 wide receiver nationally and No. 9 in the West by scout. com ... Ranked No. 49 receiver by rivals.com ... Rated No. 55 receiver by ESPNU ... PrepStar All-West Region selection ... Named first-team All-State Division I first team by MaxPreps ... CIF-Southern Section Inland Division first team ... CalHiSports. com All-State second team ... Named to GoldenStatePreps.com All-State third team and All-Southern California second team ... Helped his high school team win the CIF-SS Inland Division I championship and the Division I California State title while compiling a 15-0 record ... Made six receptions in the title win over Concord (CA) De La Salle HS ... On the year, he caught 71 balls for 1,256 yards and 13 touchdowns ... Set school records for single-season receiving yards and touchdowns ... Holds the career record at the school for most touchdown receptions (22) ... Named firstteam All-Big VIII League ... First-team All-Riverside County ... As a junior, he totaled 33 receptions for 753 yards and nine scores ... Named second-team All-Mountain View League and honorable mention All-Riverside County ... Also lettered three years in track and field. PERSONAL - Full Name: Richard Joseph Marvray … Born: April 20, 1991 in Riverside, CA … Parents: Gerald Marvray and Shelia Goodwin ... It was his childhood dream to attend UCLA ... His biggest thrill in sports to date has been to win a California Division I State championship ... Lists NFL receiver Randy Moss as the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include playing video games ... Knows how to sew and crochet ... Undeclared major.

#4 STAN MCKAY

Strong Safety/6-1/194/RS-Fr./Long Beach, CA/Long Beach Poly HS UCLA - Stan is another of the young Bruins who will be fighting for a spot in the secondary this season ...A hard-hitter, he made quite an impression on the coaching staff during Spring Practice. 2009 - Did not see game action in his first year in the program and has four years of eligibility remaining. 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 AllFar 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 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 AllSouthland 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 ... Undeclared major.

#15 ALEX MASCARENAS

Free Safety/5-10/189/RS-Fr./Mission Viejo, CA/Mission Viejo HS UCLA - This youngster did well on the scout team last season and made outstanding progress during Spring Practice ... He figures to inject himself into the secondary competition and could also contribute on special teams. 2009 - Did not see game action in his first year in the program and has four years of eligibility remaining. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered three seasons at Mission Viejo (CA) HS for coach Bob Johnson ... Played defensive back and wide receiver ... Member of scout.com California 101 (No. 57) ... SuperPrep All-Far West (No. 66 prospect) ... Rated No. 68 California prospect by rivals.com ... Rated No. 22 safety nationally by Tom Lemming ... Scout.com West Hot 150 (No. 88) ... PrepStar All-West Region selection ... Earned three stars from scout.com and rivals.com ... Rated No. 7 cornerback in California

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#3 RAHIM MOORE

Free Safety/6-1/196/Jr./Los Angeles, CA/Dorsey HS CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 9 vs. Cal, 2009; at Cal, 2008

UCLA - Rahim is one of the best, if not the best, returning safety in the nation ... An All-American a year ago, he is a top candidate for post-season awards, including the Thorpe Award, presented annually to the nation’s top defensive back ... Named to the Watch Lists of the Lott Trophy and Nagurski Trophy, presented to the nation’s top defensive player, and is listed on most pre-season All-America teams ... Enjoyed an outstanding sophomore campaign in which he made more interceptions than any FBS player since 2003 ... Starter in all 25 career games ... First true freshman to start every game as a position player since cornerback Matt Ware in 2001 ... Possesses great size, speed and instincts for the position ... His career total of 13 interceptions is tied for No. 7 on the school’s all-time list entering his junior season ... Season captain. 2009 - Started all 13 games at free safety ... Led the nation with 10 interceptions ... Selected first-team All-America by scout.com, second-team by Walter Camp Foundation, AP, rivals.com and si.com ...Third-team All-America pick by The Sporting News and Phil Steele ... First-team All-Pac-10 selection by league’s coaches ... Named Pac-10 Defensive MVP by The Sporting News and first-team all-league ... Named codefensive winner of UCLA’s Henry R. 'Red' Sanders Award for MostValuable Player ... Received high honorable mention for Thorpe Award ... His total of 10 interceptions ranked No. 2 (Carlton Gray - 11 in 1991) on school single-season list ... No player in the Football Bowl Subdivision had made 10 interceptions in a season since 2003 ... His interception average of 0.77/g led the nation ... Ranked second in NCAA and

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first in Pac-10 in passes defensed (1.31) ... Recorded three interceptions in season opener against San Diego St. to tie school single-game mark -- Ron Carver (1971), Craig Rutledge (1986), Darryl Henley (1986) ... Moore was named Walter Camp Foundation National Defensive Player of the Week ... Made two interceptions at Tennessee and had a third erased by penalty ...Totaled six tackles and was credited with an assist on the third down play during the goal line stand in the fourth quarter ... Registered four tackles and defensed three passes against Kansas St. ... Suffered a mild concussion in second quarter at Stanford and was forced to the sidelines ... Had one tackle against Oregon ... Led team with a career-best matching nine stops versus Cal, 1.0 for loss ... Made two first-half interceptions to stop a pair of potential scoring drives at Arizona (at the seven and one-yard lines) ... Made seven tackles at Oregon St. ... Recorded two tackles, one for loss, and a game-clinching interception with 54 seconds remaining against Washington ... Made ninth pick of the year at Washington St. ...Three tackles against Arizona St. ...Totaled seven stops, one for loss, at USC ... Made four tackles and his 10th interception of the season in bowl win over Temple. 2008 - Starter in all 12 games at free safety ... Fourth on squad with 60 tackles ... Tied for 11th in Pac-10 in interceptions (0.25) and tied for team lead with three ... Tied for sixth in Pac-10 in fumbles recovered (0.17) ... Named to rivals.com AllPac-10 Freshman team ... CollegeFootballNews.com honorable mention Freshman All-American ... Earned Pac-10 honorable mention honors from coaches ... Defensive co-winner of UCLA’s John Boncheff, Jr. Memorial Award for Rookie of the Year ... Became the first true freshman to start a season-opener on offense or defense since Matt Ware (CB) in 2001 ... Had two tackles and a fumble recovery ... Made eight tackles at BYU, plus first interception ... Six tackles against Arizona ...Two stops vs. Fresno St. ... Four tackles versus Washington St. ... Two tackles at Oregon ... Five stops vs. Stanford ... Led Bruins with nine tackles at Cal ... Credited with four stops, an interception and fumble recovery vs. Oregon St. ... Led team with six tackles at Washington and made third interception ... Four tackles at Arizona St. ... Led team with eight tackles against USC. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered four years in football for coach Knox at Dorsey High School in Los Angeles ... Played defensive back and receiver ... Five stars from scout. com ... Ranked No. 2 nationally and No. 1 in the West and in California at safety by scout.com ... PrepStar Dream Team selection ... Played in U.S. Army All-Star Game ... Four stars from rivals.com ... Named All-State first-team by Cal-Hi Sports ... Member of Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West squad (No. 4) ... Helped Dorsey reach City Section semifinals ... As a senior, made 112 tackles, eight interceptions, 10 deflections and three fumble recoveries ... Made 15 catches for 339 yards and six scores on offense ... As a junior, recorded 122 tackles and seven interceptions ... As


RETURNING BRUINS a sophomore, he made 99 tackles and eight interceptions ... Also lettered in track ... As a senior, he finished third in 400 meter event at the CIF L.A. City Section Finals ... Three-time league champ in the 400 meters. PERSONAL - Full Name: Rahim Shaheed Moore … Born: February 11, 1990 in Los Angeles, CA … Parents: Rodney Moore and Nowana Buchanan … Has one sister, Duraisha, and one brother, Rasheed ... Lists NFL star Ed Reed as the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include working out and shopping ... His diet includes no soda, candy or fast food ... Director’s Honor Roll in Fall 2009 ... Sociology major. VARSITY TACKLE STATISTICS - R. MOORE Year TT T-AT Sacks TFL 2008 60 32-28 0.0-0 0.0-0 2009 49 36-13 0.0-0 3.0-13 Totals 109 68-41 0.0-0 3.0-13

INT (Td) 3-5(0) 10-79(0) 13-84(0)

UCLA SINGLE SEASON INTERCEPTION LEADERS Name,Year 1. Carlton Gray, 1991 2. Rahim Moore, 2009 3. Bob Stiles, 1965

#7 MORRELL PRESLEY

F-back/6-4/222/So./Carson, CA/Carson HS INT 11 10 9

UCLA TOP 10 CAREER INTERCEPTIONS Name INT 1. Kenny Easley, 1977-80 19 2. Don Rogers,1980-83 16 3. James Washington,1984-87 15 4. Eric Turner,1987-90; Marcus Turner, ‘85-88; Don Rogers, ‘80-83 14 13 7. Rahim Moore, 2008-09 7. Alterraun Verner, 2006-09; Ricky Manning, ‘99-02; Craig Rutledge, ‘83-86 13 7. Lupe Sanchez, ‘79-83; Bill Stits, ‘51-53 13

#23 MARLON POLLARD

Cornerback/6-0/177/RS-Fr./San Bernardino, CA/Cajon HS UCLA - Marlon was a solid performer in practices and on the scout team a year ago, catching the eye of the coaching staff ... Benefitted from his first Spring Practice, but missed part of the session with a strained hamstring. 2009 - Did not see game action in his first season in the program and has four seasons of eligibility remaining. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered his senior season at Cajon HS and played for coach Kim Battin ...Attended Valencia (CA) HS his first three years and played two varsity seasons for coach Larry Muir ... PrepStar All-America selection (No. 93 prospect) … Rated No. 6 cornerback nationally by Tom Lemming … Rated No. 2 corner in the West by scout.com ... Ranked No. 14 corner nationally and No. 5 athlete among corners by rivals.com ... Rated No. 19 cornerback by scout.com ... Ranked No. 25 corner by ESPNU ... Rated No. 16 California prospect by rivals.com ... Member of scout.com California 101 (No. 31) and West Hot 150 (No. 43) ... SuperPrep AllFar West No. 49 prospect ... Earned four stars from scout.com and rivals.com ... Ranked No. 150 national prospect by rivals.com and No. 190 by scout.com ... Tacoma News-Tribune Western 100 ... Named All-State Division I first team by MaxPreps ... CIF-Southern Section Central Division first team ... Named to Golden State Preps. com All-State second team and All-Southern California first team ... CalHiSports.com All-State third team ... NFF County Defensive Back of the Year ... Made 71 tackles and seven interceptions as a senior ... On offense, he had 29 receptions for 510 yards and five touchdowns ... As a junior, he recorded 75 tackles, four interceptions, five blocked kicks and three touchdowns ...As a sophomore, he made 60 tackles and three interceptions; blocked three kicks and scored three touchdowns ... Named all-league and all-city for three seasons ... Earned Scholar-Athlete award in 2006, 2007, 2008 ... Served as team captain as a senior ... Lettered two years in track and field. PERSONAL - Full Name: Marlon Aurelius Pollard, Jr. … Born: September 26, 1991 in Pomona, CA … Parents: Rachael Pollard and Marlon Pollard, Sr. … Has two sisters, Vanessa and Lanecia ... Raised by his mom ... Lists Kobe Bryant and NFL standouts Devon Hester, Brett Favre and Randy Moss as the athletes he admires the most … Hobbies include playing basketball ... Has a career interest in research and innovation of medical technology for sports ... Director’s Honor Roll in Fall 2009,Winter 2010, Spring 2010 ... Undeclared major.

CAREER HIGHS Receptions: 3 at Stanford, 2009 Receiving Yards: 22 at Stanford, 2009

UCLA - This true freshman signed scholarship papers in December 2008, enrolled the next day and began classes on Jan. 5, 2009, the first day of the Winter Quarter ... Considered the consensus No. 1 prep tight end for the 2008 season ... Saw limited action in 2009 but gained valuable experience that will benefit him this season .. He is a multi-faceted weapon because he is a physical player who is agile enough to create mismatches with opponent defenses ... Lined up at several different points of attack during Spring drills. 2009 - Appeared in six games and made one start (Oregon) ... Made his debut in the opener against San Diego St. ... Made his first career reception at Tennessee (12 yards and first down) ... Did not play against Kansas St. ... Made three catches at Stanford(22) ... Made his first career start versus Oregon ... Made one catch versus Cal(2) and ran twice for two yards ... Caught one pass at Arizona(7) ... Did not play at Oregon St. and missed the Washington,WSU, ASU and USC games due to a sprained shoulder ... Did not see action in the bowl win over Temple. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered three years in football at Carson (CA) HS for coach Mike Christensen ... Rated No. 1 tight end in the nation by scout.com … Rated No. 33 national prospect by scout.com … Rated No. 1 tight end by ESPNU … Earned five stars from scout.com … Earned four stars from rivals.com … CalHiSports. com All-State first team … Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West … Played in UnderArmour All-Star Game … Los Angeles All-City first team … Named to L.A. Times All-Southland team … As a senior, made 44 receptions for 783 yards and seven touchdowns … Caught seven passes for 149 yards and two TDs in win over Banning … Had nine receptions for 179 yards and one score in loss to Venice. PERSONAL - Full Name: Morrell Kalanianaole Presley … Born: April 26, 1991 in Los Angeles, CA … Parents: Steven and Monika Hawkins ... Has two brothers ... Lists earning a college scholarship as the highlight of his athletic career ... UCLA alumnus Marcedes Lewis, Vernon Davis and Santana Moss are the athletes he admires and patterns his style of play after ... Aunt (Annemarie Francois) is a lecturer at UCLA and uncle (Greg Francois) was a running back for the Bruins (1981-85) ... History major. VARSITY STATISTICS - M. PRESLEY RECEIVING Year No Yds Avg TD 2009 6 43 7.2 0

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RETURNING BRUINS PERSONAL - Full Name: Sheldon Andrew Price … Born: March 26, 1991 in Long Beach, CA … Parents: Dennis and Letitia Price … Has a sister, Kylie ... Both parents graduated from UCLA ... Dad played football at UCLA (1984-87) and was selected in the fifth round of the 1988 NFL Draft by the Raiders ... His grandfather, Bill Ellis, played basketball for Coach Wooden ... His cousin, Harold Ellis, was an assistant coach with the Detroit Pistons and a player on the L.A. Clippers ... Lists his biggest athletic thrill to date as playing Long Beach Poly in the 2008 playoffs and coming up just short of an upset win ... Medaled in the 100m and long jump at the USA Track and Field Youth Nationals in New York at age 12 ... Lists Deion Sanders, Michael Jordan and his dad as the athletes he admires the most … Hobbies include playing basketball, listening to music, hanging out with friends ... Undeclared major.

#22 SHELDON PRICE

Cornerback/6-2/178/So./Chino Hills, CA/Bishop Amat HS

VARSITY TACKLE STATISTICS - S. PRICE Year TT T-AT Sacks TFL 2009 48 32-16 0.0-0 0.0-0

INT (Td) 0

CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 9 at Stanford, 2009

UCLA - A returning starter at cornerback, he is bigger, stronger and more experienced than a year ago ... Possesses great instincts and athleticism but must continue to progress to hold off the challenge of other youngsters in the program ... Started the final 11 games of the season at cornerback after an injury to Aaron Hester. 2009 - Appeared in all 13 games with 11 starts at cornerback ... Ranked eighth on the team with 48 tackles ... Named co-winner of UCLA’s John Boncheff Jr. Memorial Award for Rookie of the Year ... Named to The Sporting News’ Pac-10 All-Freshman team ... Made his playing debut against San Diego St. ... Played on special teams at Tennessee ... Made his first career start and totaled five tackles against Kansas St. ... Registered nine tackles at Stanford ... Made two stops against Oregon ... Made one tackle against Cal ...Two tackles at Arizona ... Credited with six tackles at Oregon St. ... Led the team with eight stops against Washington ... Tipped the pass that Rahim Moore intercepted with 54 seconds left to clinch the win over the Huskies ... One tackle at Washington St. ...Two stops against Arizona St. ... Made eight tackles at USC ... Credited with four stops in the bowl win over Temple. UCLA TRACK & FIELD - Competed during the indoor season, as well as one meet outdoors in the sprint events. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered three seasons as a cornerback at La Puente (CA) Bishop Amat HS for coach Steve Hagerty ... Rated No. 21 California prospect by rivals. com ... Member of scout.com California 101 (No. 53) ... SuperPrep All-Far West (No. 57 prospect) ... Scout.com West Hot 150 (No. 81) ... PrepStar All-America selection ... Earned four stars from rivals.com ... Rated No. 6 cornerback in California and No. 7 in the West by scout.com ... Awarded three stars from scout.com ... Rated No. 24 cornerback nationally by Tom Lemming ... No. 24 cornerback by rivals.com and No. 5 in coverage skills ... Ranked No. 41 cornerback by scout.com ... Rated No. 46 cornerback by ESPNU ... Ranked No. 209 nationally among all players by rivals.com ... Tacoma News-Tribune Western 100 ... CalHiSports.com All-State third team ... As a senior, he made 42 tackles, 12 pass breakups, and one interception in 11 games ... Returned a blocked field goal for a touchdown ... Named first-team All-Serra League, All-San Gabriel Valley and All-CIF (Pac-5) ... As a junior, he was selected first-team all-league and second-team All-San Gabriel Valley ... Recorded 32 tackles, 15 pass breakups and three interceptions ... Chosen to the second-team all-league squad as a sophomore after totaling 36 tackles and a sack ... Also earned four letters in track and field (sprints, jumps) for coach Dan Lodolo ... Won the 2009 CIF-SS Div. III long jump (23-2 1/2w) and finished second in the 100 (10.51) and 200 (21.19w) meters ... Named team MVP as a junior after being a CIF finalist in the 4 x 100 relay and the long jump.

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#4 KEVIN PRINCE

Quarterback/6-2/230/RS-So./Los Angeles, CA/Crespi HS CAREER HIGHS Passing Yards: 323 at Oregon State, 2009 Completions: 27 at Washington State, 2009 Touchdown Passes: 2 at Oregon State, 2009; vs. Temple, 2009 Passing Attempts: 41 vs. California, 2009 Rushing Yards: 76 at Washington State, 2009

UCLA - Kevin battled through several injuries a year ago to start all 11 games in which he could play ... Made great strides this past Spring and appears ready to take the next step in his development ... Possesses a strong arm and good mobility ... Compiled some impressive passing numbers in 2009 which rank among UCLA’s Top 20 of all time --- No. 14 single-season total offene; T-11th completions; No. 18 passing yards ... Had three 300-yard passing games in 2009 ... Season captain. 2009 - Started all 11 games he played in ... Completed 173 of 308 passes for 2,050 yards with eight touchdowns and eight interceptions ... Just the second freshman quarterback in UCLA history to pass for over 300 yards three times in a season (Tommy Maddox, 1990); only two players in school history have more than three 300-yard games in a season ... Ranked seventh in the Pac-10 in total offense (202.64) ... Eighth in the conference in passing efficiency (115.45) and passing yards (186.36) ... Co-offensive winner of UCLA’s John Boncheff Jr. Memorial Award for Rookie of the Year ... His 2,229 yards of total offense rank No. 14 on UCLA’s single-season list (No. 2 among freshmen behind Maddox) ... His 179 completions rank T-11th (No. 2 among freshmen) ... His 2,050 passing yards rank No. 18 (No. 2 among freshmen) ... Finished fourth on the team in rushing with 179 yards ... Became just the second Bruin freshman (redshirt) quarterback to open a season under center and first to win a season-opener (San Diego St.) ... Completed 18 of 29 passes for 176 yards and one touchdown with two interceptions ... Hit 12 of 16 passes for 140 yards with one touchdown in the first half of action ... Connected on 9 of 11 passes on first down and seven of 12 on third down ... Became the first UCLA freshman quarterback to win his first road start (at Tennessee) since Drew Olson in 2003 ... Completed 11 of 23 passes for 101 yards, including a 12-yard touchdown pass to Chane Moline, and did not throw an interception ... An x-ray examination the day after the game (Sept. 13) indicated he had suffered a fractured jaw against the Vols ... His jaw was wired shut and he sat out the Kansas St. and Stanford games ... Returned to start against Oregon and completed 13 of 25 passes for 81 yards and one interception which was returned for a score ... Ran for 22 yards ... Completed 21 of 41 passes for 311 yards (No. 7 on all-time freshman list at school) against Cal ... Had three completions of at least 29 yards, including a 48-yard play to Logan Paulsen ... His 332 yards of total offense rank fourth among UCLA freshmen quarterbacks ... Passed for a career-best 323 yards and two touchdowns at Oregon St. ... Completed 22 of 34 passes ... Led the team back from a 19-3 fourth quarter deficit to tie the game up at 19-each ... Engineered touchdown drives of 70 and 94 yards and threw scoring passes of 58 (Nelson Rosario with 8:06 to play) and seven yards (Taylor Embree on fourth-and- seven) with 2:06 remaining ... A pair of two-point conversion passes tied the score ... Completed 9 of 13 passes in the fourth quarter for 198 yards ... Against Washington, he completed 13 of 17 passes for 212 yards in the first half of play with one touchdown (five passes of 15 yards or more) ... His scoring pass to Cory Harkey was on a fourth-and-goal from the one-yard line ... He was sidelined on a helmet-to-helmet hit about five minutes before the halftime break and did not return ... Recorded his third straight 300-yard passing game at Washington St. ...


RETURNING BRUINS Completed 27 of 40 attempts for 314 yards and one touchdown ...Also led the team in rushing with 76 yards, including a 68-yard scamper for a touchdown ... It was the longest run by a Bruin qb since John Sciarra had a 71-yard non-scoring dash against Tennessee in 1971 ...Threw a 27-yard scoring pass to Taylor Embree on UCLA’s first offensive play of the contest ... Had three completions of at least 25 yards ... His 390 yards of total offense rank No. 2 among Bruin freshmen (Maddox had 445 v. USC, 1990) ... It ranks tied for No. 9 on the single-game total offense list ... Completed 15 of 31 passes for 161 yards against Arizona St. ... Added 42 net yards rushing ... Completed 10 of 22 passes at USC for 90 yards and two interceptions prior to leaving the game in the third quarter with a sprained right shoulder ... Ran for 34 yards on seven attempts ... Completed 16 of 31 passes for 221 yards in the bowl win over Temple ... Threw touchdown passes to Nelson Rosario(46) and Terrence Austin(32) on a fourth-down play. 2008 - Competed throughout the season for a backup role at quarterback, but did not see game action and has three seasons of eligibility remaining ... Dressed for every game, including all five road trips ... Saw significant practice action with the #1 and #2 offensive units during the year, especially during bye week practices. HIGH SCHOOL - Earned three letters at Crespi Carmelite HS in Encino, CA for coach Jeremiah Ross ... Injured his knee in the first quarter of the first game of his senior season (2007) against Birmingham HS and missed the remainder of the year ... PrepStar All-Region selection ... Earned three stars from rivals.com ...Ranked No. 25 quarterback in the country by rivals.com ... Earned three stars from scout.com ... Rated the No. 6 quarterback in the West by scout.com ... Two-year team captain ... As a junior, he completed 112 of 197 passes for 1,422 yards, 12 touchdowns and five interceptions. PERSONAL - Full Name: Kevin Christopher Prince … Born: November 28, 1989 in Tarzana, CA … Parents: Stephen and Meredith Prince … Has three brothers,Adam, Michael, Austin ... His Dad and uncle attended UCLA ... Lists NFL star Brett Favre and NBA standout Kobe Bryant as the athletes he admires the most … Hobbies include playing golf and basketball ... Director’s Honor Roll in Fall 2009, Spring 2010 ... Psychology major.

VARSITY PASSING STATISTICS - K. PRINCE Year Att Comp Int Yds 2009 308 173 8 2,050

TD 8

Lg 58

VARSITY RUSHING STATISTICS - K. PRINCE Year TCB yds YL Net 2009 68 313 134 179

Avg 2.6

TD 1

2009 Passing San Diego State* @Tennessee* Kansas State @ Stanford Oregon* California* @ Arizona* @ Oregon State* Washington* @ Washington St.* Arizona State* @ USC* Temple @ DC* Totals

Att 29 23 25 41 15 34 17 40 31 22 31 308

Comp Int 18 2 11 0 injured-DNP injured-DNP 13 1 21 1 7 0 22 0 13 1 27 0 15 0 10 2 16 1 173 8

Yds 176 101

TD 1 1

LG 34 14

81 311 60 323 212 314 161 90 221 2,050

0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 2 8

11 48 22 58 56 46 35 17 46 58

Lg 68

Bruin Freshmen 300-Yard Passers (* = true freshman) Name Year Yds Opponent 1. Tommy Maddox 1990 409 USC 2. Tommy Maddox 1990 353 Michigan 3. Tommy Maddox 1990 332 Oregon Cory Paus 1999 332 Oregon 5. Kevin Prince 2009 323 Oregon State 6. Kevin Prince 2009 314 Washington State 7. Kevin Prince 2009 311 California 8. Cade McNown* 1995 306 Fresno State Bruin Freshmen QB 300-Yard Total Offense Performers 1.Tommy Maddox 1990 445 USC 2. Kevin Prince 2009 390 Washington State 3. Tommy Maddox 1990 356 Oregon 4. Kevin Prince 2009 332 California 5. Cory Paus 1999 324 Oregon 6. Tommy Maddox 1990 319 Michigan 7. Kevin Prince 2009 314 Oregon State 8. Cade McNown* 1995 301 Fresno State UCLA Single-Season Total Offense Leaders Name Year Rush Pass 1. Cade McNown 1998 182 3,470 10. Troy Aikman 1987 -87 2,527 11. Kevin Craft 2008 20 2,341 12. Wayne Cook 1994 -145 2,501 13. Dennis Dummit1970 -88 2,393 14. Kevin Prince 2009 179 2,050

Tot.Yards 3,652 2,440 2,361 2,356 2,305 2,229

UCLA Single-Season Freshman Class Total Off. Leaders Name Year Rush Pass Tot.Yards 1. Tommy Maddox 1990 148 2,682 2,830 2. Kevin Prince 2009 179 2,050 2,229 3. Cade McNown 1995 311 1,698 2,009 UCLA Single-Season Freshman Class Completion Leaders 1. Tommy Maddox 1990 182 Fr.R 2. Kevin Prince 2009 173 Fr.R 3. Bret Johnson 1989 145 Fr.R 4. Cade McNown 1995 122 Fr. UCLA Single-Season Freshman Class Passing Yardage Leaders 1. Tommy Maddox 1990 2,682 Fr.R 2. Kevin Prince 2009 2,050 Fr.R Most 300-Yard Passing Games in a Season 1. Cade McNown (Sr.), 1998 -- 6 (one in bowl game) 2. Tom Ramsey (Sr.), 1982 -- 4 3. Kevin Prince (Fr.R), 2009 -- 3 3. Drew Olson (Sr.), 2005 -- 3 3. Cory Paus (So.R), 2000 --- 3 3. Tommy Maddox (Fr.R), 1990 -- 3 3. Troy Aikman (Sr.R), 1988 --- 3

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#24 CHRISTIAN RAMIREZ

F-back/6-2/215/RS-Sr./El Centro, CA/Imperial HS CAREER HIGHS Rushing Yards: 55 at Stanford, 2007 Rushing Attempts: 6 at Arizona, 2009

UCLA - This senior made the switch to the secondary prior to Spring Practice but then moved to the new F-back position on offense during the final week and did well ... Enters Fall camp as a contender for playing time at that spot ... Last season at tailback, he was injured much of the year and was never able to get untracked ... A fine all-around athlete, he opened 2007 Fall camp on defense but quickly switched to running back. 2009 - Appeared in three games at tailback and made one start at Arizona ... Injured his ankle in a fall camp scrimmage and missed the first three games of the season ... Had his first two carries of the season against Oregon (13 yards) ... Carried once for no yards versus Cal ... Made his first career start at Arizona and carried six times for 31 yards and made one reception (16). 2008 - Did not see action during the season after a failure to meet NCAA eligibility standards. 2007 - Moved from safety to tailback during camp and appeared in 11 games ... Made his offensive debut in the season-opener at Stanford and rushed for 55 yards on five straight fourth-quarter carries, including a 24-yard scoring burst ... Played on special teams versus BYU and Utah ... Carried once for five yards and also played special teams against Washington ... Appeared on special teams at Oregon St. and Notre Dame ... In the win over California, he carried five times for zero net yards ... Played on special teams at Washington St. ... At Arizona, he had two carries for seven yards and one kickoff return(22) but suffered a concussion and did not play in the second half ... Played on special teams versus Arizona St. ... Carried twice for five yards versus Oregon and also played on special teams ... Did not play versus USC ... In the Las Vegas Bowl, he carried four times for 26 yards with a long run of nine yards. 2006 - In his first year in the program, Ramirez contributed on special teams ... Appeared in nine of 13 games, including six of the final seven (missing only versus USC) ... On the season, he made three tackles.

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HIGH SCHOOL - Played three years of football at Imperial,CA HS for coach Steve Cato ...Three-star selection by rivals.com ... Ranked No. 42 "athlete" by rivals. com ...Three-star selection by scout.com ... Cal-Hi Sports All-State first team (small schools) ... Led his team to a 9-1-1 record as a senior ... Due to an injury, he played in only eight games ... Rushed for 760 yards and 10 touchdowns on 54 carries (14.1 avg.) ... Named first-team all-league on offense (rb) and second-team on defense (lb) ... Made eight receptions for 84 yards and one score ... Defensively, he made 38 tackles, including 2.5 sacks, recovered five fumbles and made one interception ... Returned two punts for 38.5 average ...As a junior, he rushed for a school record total of 1,558 yards on 145 carries and scored 23 touchdowns while earning first-team all-league honors and league MVP honors ... Set a school record with five touchdowns and 304 rushing yards in a game ... Named first-team All-CIF on offense ... On defense, he was credited with 45 tackles, including four sacks, and recovered five fumbles ... As a sophomore, he was named all-league on defense (lb) ... Rushed for 2,796 yards in his career and scored 46 touchdowns ... Also lettered in basketball (three years) for coach Dave Milian, baseball (two years) for coach Richard Diaz and track (one year) for coach Wolfgang Horner. PERSONAL - Full Name: Christian Anthony Ramirez … Born: August 6, 1988 in El Centro, CA … Parents: Levon and Beatriz Mack … Has three brothers, Maurice Mack, Jonathan Mack and Joseph Mack and one sister, Jazmyn Bigsby … Favorite athletes are LeBron James and Marion Barber ... Math is his favorite class ... Sociology major. VARSITY RUSHING STATISTICS - C. RAMIREZ Year TCB Yds YL Net Avg 2006 0 0 0 0 0 2007 19 104 6 98 5.2 2008 did not play 2009 9 45 1 44 4.9 Totals 28 149 7 142 5.1

TD 0 1

Lg 0 24

0 1

9 24

#39 DANNY REES

Holder-Punter 6-3/188/RS-Sr. /Lake Bluff, IL/Lake Forest HS UCLA - This senior will once again serve as Kai Forbath’s holder on place kicks and as the backup punter. 2009 - Saw action in all 13 games as the holder on extra points and field goals ... Had one punt attempt on the year, a 37-yarder at Washington St. which landed inside the 20-yard line. 2008 - Did not see game action. 2007 - Did not see game action. 2006 - Did not see game action in his first season in the program. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered in football under coach Chuck Spagnoli at Lake Forest (IL) High ... Earned all-conference punting honors as a senior in 2005, averaging 38.5 yards on his kicks ...As a tight end, he made 22 receptions as a junior in 2004 and 10 as a senior. PERSONAL - Full name: Danny Huyler Rees ... Born: May 17, 1988 in Los Angeles, CA ... Parents: Bill and Susan Rees ... Has one brother, Tommy, and one sister, Meghan ... Father was a longtime Bruin assistant coach/administrator (1979-93) who also worked in the NFL and is now in-house recruiter at Northwestern ... Brother, Tommy, is a quarterback at the University of Notre Dame ... Is on UCLA’s baseball internet radio broadcast team ... Director’s Honor Roll in Fall 2009, Winter 2010, Spring 2010 ... History major.


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#83 NELSON ROSARIO

Wide Receiver/6-5/218/Jr./Oceanside, CA/El Camino HS CAREER HIGHS Receptions: 7 vs. Washington, 2009 Receiving Yards: 152 at Oregon St., 2009 Touchdowns: 1 vs. Temple, 2009; at Oregon St., 2009

UCLA - Rosario made great strides during the latter half of last season and has all of the natural abilities needed to be an impact performer this year ... Possesses great size for the position as well as deceptive quickness ... Catches the ball well in traffic and has shown the knack for being a big-play receiver. 2009 - Appeared in all 13 games with two starts (at Oregon St., Arizona St.) ... Led the team with 723 receiving yards (tied for No. 17 on UCLA’s single-season list) and his average of 17.2 yards per catch ... Second on the squad with 42 receptions (No. 24 on single-season school list) ... Produced 30 first downs with his catches ... Ranked T-12th in the Pac-10 in receiving yards per game(55.62) and T-18th in receptions per game(3.23) ... Earned honorable mention All-Pac-10 honors ... Named co-offensive winner of UCLA’s Captain Don Brown Memorial Award for Most Improved Player ... Made two catches in the opener against San Diego St. for 40 yards, one for 30 yards ... Did not make a catch at Tennessee ... Had three catches(45) against Kansas St., including a one-handed grab for 21 yards on the fourth quarter field goal drive ... Made two catches at Stanford(28) ... Did not make a catch versus Oregon ... Caught three passes(57) against Cal, one for 30 yards ... Made two catches(27) at Arizona ... Had a breakout game in a start at Oregon St. with six catches for 152 yards and the first touchdown of his career ... His 58-yard acrobatic fourth quarter scoring reception and run, plus his two-point conversion catch, brought the Bruins to within 19-11 with 8:39 to play ... Also had a 45-yard reception on the game-tying drive which gave the Bruins a first down at the Beaver four-yard line ... His 152 receiving yards were the most by a Bruin since Craig Bragg totaled 230 versus Oregon in 2002 and rank T-19th on UCLA’s single-game list ... Hauled in a career-best seven receptions against Washington(111 yards) ... Had a 33-yard catch and two more of 21-yards each ... Became the first Bruin receiver since tight end Marcedes Lewis, in 2005, to record 100+ yards in two straight contests and the first wide receiver since Bragg in 2003 ... Made three receptions at Washington St.(69), one for 46 yards ... Led the team with five catches(74), including one for 35, against Arizona St. ... Had five catches(54) at USC ... Grabbed four balls(66) in bowl win over Temple, including a 46-yard catch-and-run for a touchdown.

2008 - Appeared off the bench in nine games ... Missed the BYU and Arizona games due to an ankle injury and the Oregon St. contest due to a knee strain ... Made one catch(14) in the opener against Tennessee on UCLA’s 11-play, 80-yard fourthquarter scoring march which put the Bruins up 17-14 ... Played, but did not make a catch versus Fresno St., Washington St. and Oregon ... Made four receptions(71) against Stanford ... His first catch was for 25 yards and a first down ... Also made a 21-yard catch on third-and-17 in the fourth quarter ... On the game-winning drive, he made receptions of nine and 16 yards ... Had one catch(14) at Cal ... Caught two passes at Washington(30), one for 21 yards ... Had three catches(40) at Arizona St. ... Played, but did not have a catch versus USC. TRACK AND FIELD - During the 2010 season, Rosario equaled his lifetime-best of 25-0 in the long jump to win the event against USC ... Also competed at the Western Regional, finising 23rd overall ... Placed sixth in the long jump at Pac-10s ... Also cleared a lifetime-best 6-10.25 in the high jump at the Oregon Dual ... Competed at the 2009 NCAA Outdoor Championship meet in the long jump ... Finished third in the long jump (25-0/7.62mR), 10th in the high jump (6-6.75/2.00m) and 14th in the triple jump (45-7.75) at the 2009 Pac-10 Championships. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered three seasons in football for coach Trace Deneke at El Camino High School in Oceanside, CA ... Earned four stars from rivals.com ... Rated No. 29 wide receiver nationally by rivals.com ... Earned four stars from scout.com ... Also ranked No. 4 in California at wide receiver by scout.com ... Named All-State third-team by Cal-Hi Sports ... As a senior, he caught 52 passes for 1,143 yards and scored 14 touchdowns ... As a junior, he totaled 53 catches for 1,010 yards and 11 touchdowns ... Named first-team all-league following his last three seasons ... Named first-team All-CIF after his junior and senior seasons ... Also lettered two years in basketball and four years in track ... Named All-North County in basketball as a junior and senior ...Team was CIF runner-up in his senior season ...Advanced to the CIF State Championship track meet in two events as a senior ...Took third place in the long jump (23-1.25) and fifth in the triple jump (47-8.5) ... Had a best in the high jump of 6-9 ... His long jump mark of 24-8 1/2 at the 2008 San Diego Section prelims was the best in the nation at the time ... San Diego Section champ in the long and triple jump as a senior ... As a junior, he won the San Diego Section title in the high jump ... Named All-CIF in track after all four seasons ... State runner-up in the long jump as a junior ... North County Times Male Prep Athlete of the Year. PERSONAL - Full Name: Nelson Ricardo Rosario … Born: December 24, 1989 in Oceanside, CA … Parents: Rick and Sylvia Rosario … Has one sister, Amber ... Lists NFL stars Jerry Rice and Randy Moss as the athletes he admires the most … Cousin, Chris White, is a former football player at UAB ... History major. VARSITY RECEIVING STATISTICS - N. ROSARIO Year No Yds Avg TD Lg 2008 11 169 15.4 0 25 2009 42 723 17.2 2 58 Totals 53 892 16.8 2 58

#77 DARIUS SAVAGE

Offensive Guard/6-4/339/RS-Sr./San Diego, CA/Morse HS

NELSON ROSARIO

UCLA - Darius is strong and possesses quick feet ... Missed Spring drills while recovering from off-season disk surgery on his back ... Figures to add depth on the line this season ... Also competes for the Bruin track team (earned Indoor AllAmerica honors in the shot put in 2008), although he did not participate this past season due to his surgery. 2009 - Appeared in all 13 games and made one start at right guard (at Washington St.) ... Saw action on the field goal and kickoff return special teams units ... Also saw action along the offensive line in the opener against San Diego State. 2008 - Saw action in the first 10 games of the year along the offensive line and on special teams ... Started seven games at left guard ... Made his first career start at BYU ... Also started versus Arizona, Fresno St., Washington St. and Oregon, playing every snap ... Did not start against Stanford, but played offense and special teams ... Played guard off the bench at Cal and also saw action on special teams ... Returned to the starting lineup against Oregon St. and played the entire ballgame ... Started at Washington, but suffered a season-ending ankle injury. 2007 - Competed on both the scout team offense and defense and saw game action on special teams. 2006 - Did not see action in his first year in the program.

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#41 MIKE SCHMITT

Linebacker/6-1/231/RS-Sr./Peoria, AZ/Cactus HS/Phoenix College CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 2 vs. San Diego State, 2009

TRACK AND FIELD - Did not compete in 2010 due to his back surgery ... In 2008, had a lifetime best of 61-6.75 in the shot put ... Competed at the NCAA championship meet in both the discus and the shot, earning All-America honors in the discus with an 11th-place finish ... Placed fourth in the discus and 12th in the shot at West Regionals ... Finished third in the shot and seventh in the discus at the Pac-10 championships ... Also an Indoor All-American in the shot, finishing seventh in the NCAA meet (61-0.25) ... In 2007, he ranked among the top 10 in the nation in the discus and was a Pac-10 finalist ... Won the Texas Relays discus competition ... Ranked No. 7 all-time at UCLA in the discus (200-5) and won the USATF Junior National discus title. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered three seasons in football for his dad, Robert Savage, at Samuel F.B. Morse HS in San Diego, CA ... Four-star selection by scout.com ... Ranked No. 14 nationally among defensive tackles by scout.com ... Named first-team All-State by Cal-Hi Sports ... First-team All-CIF selection ... First-team All-San Diego Union-Tribune as a senior ... Played in the CaliFlorida All-Star game ... First-team allleague and Player of the Year in his league ... Named second-team All-Union-Tribune as a junior ... Also lettered two years in basketball for coach Jeff Harper ... Lettered four years in track (shot put and discus) ... Has won 12 national champion titles in the shot and discus ... In June of 2006, he won the California State championship in both the shot and the discus ... Holder of 21 team records for shot and discus ... Participated in the World Youth Games in Morocco and USAT&F Junior Olympics. PERSONAL - Full Name: Darius Lee Savage … Born: January 18, 1988 in San Diego, CA … Parents: Robert and Ladene Savage ... Has one brother, Darian ... Lists one of his biggest thrills in sports as lining up as a fullback and scoring the winning touchdown in a homecoming game ... Lists the NFL’s Jamal Williams as the athlete he patterns his style of play after ... Hobbies include basketball, running and weightlifting ... Director’s Honor Roll in Fall 2006, Spring 2010 … Favorite class is World History ... History major.

UCLA - Mike is in his fourth year in the program and figures to compete for playing time at linebacker ... He has made important contributions on special teams and will do so again in 2010. 2009 - Appeared in all 13 games, primarily on special teams ... Saw action at linebacker in the game at Washington St. ... Had two tackles in the season-opener against San Diego St. ... Made one stop at Tennessee ... Credited with one tackle against Cal ... Totaled one tackle at Oregon St. ... Made one stop in games against Washington, Washington St. and Arizona State. 2008 - Saw action in all 12 games on special teams ... Credited with one tackle and one fumble recovery on the year. 2007 - Did not see action in his first year with the program. JUNIOR COLLEGE - Played one season of football for coach Dale Wolfley at Phoenix (AZ) College ... Earned second-team All-WSFL honors as a freshman linebacker ... Ranked third in the NJCAA with 129 tackles ... Credited with 15 tackles for loss and had four sacks, two interceptions and two fumbles caused ... His team shut out three opponents. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered three seasons in football at Cactus HS in Glendale,AZ for coach Larry Fetkenheir ... Led the Cobras to the Arizona 4A1 state title and a 14-0 record as a senior ... Made 109 tackles, including four sacks and also recovered three fumbles, one for a touchdown as a senior ... Team was state runner-up in his junior and sophomore seasons. PERSONAL - Full Name: Michael Christopher Schmitt ... Born: April 10, 1988 in Phoeniz, AZ ... Parents: Kevin and Lisa Schmitt ... Has two brothers, Tyler (played football at San Diego St. and was selected in the sixth round of the 2008 NFL draft by Seattle) and Jacob, and one sister, Makenna ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as winning the State high school championship his senior season ... Pat Tillman is the famous athlete he admires the most ... Hobbies include fishing, snowboarding and wakeboarding ... Science is his favorite class ... Has an interest in becoming a firefighter ... Director’s Honor Roll in Fall 2007, Winter 2009, Spring 2009, Fall 2009 ... History major. VARSITY TACKLE STATISTICS - M. SCHMITT Year TT T-AT Sacks TFL INT (Td) 2008 1 0-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 2009 8 6-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0

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#2 BRANDON SERMONS

#72 SEAN SHELLER

Cornerback/5-11/177/So./Diamond Bar, CA/Diamond Ranch HS

Offensive Tackle/6-5/300/RS-Sr./Walnut, CA/Walnut HS

UCLA - Brandon is one of several talented youngsters vying for playing time in the secondary ... Gained valuable experience a year ago but had his Spring cut short due to a fractured left femur ... He will redshirt the 2010 season and return to the field in 2011. 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 ... Undeclared major.

UCLA - Sean should add depth on the offensive line during his fifth year in the program ... Has moved back to offense after spending the 2009 season at defensive tackle ... Worked at both tackle spots during Spring Practice ... Has missed two of his four seasons due to knee injuries. 2009 - Appeared on special teams in the first three games of the season ... Practiced on the defensive line throughout the balance of the year. 2008 - Missed the entire season after suffering ligament damage to his left knee in a vehicle accident in late June ... In early July, he had surgery to reconstruct his anterior cruciate ligament and repair his medial collateral ligament ... Returned to action in Spring Practice. 2007 - Did not see game action. 2006 - Suffered a tear of the medial collateral ligament in his right knee in Fall training camp and did not appear in a game. HIGH SCHOOL - Played four seasons of football at Walnut,CA HS for coach Jerry Parson … Named a pre-season Reebok/Sports Illustrated All-American prior to his senior season ... Ranked No. 18 nationally among offensive tackles by rivals. com ... Four-star ranking by both scout.com and rivals.com ... Prep Star All-American ... Cal-Hi Sports second-team All-State ... Second-team All-CIF Southern Section ... First-team CIF-SS Div.VII ... Served as team captain ... Named to San Gabriel Valley All-Area team ... First-team all-league on both offense and defense ... Named Most Valuable Lineman at his school ... Invited to play in the CaliFlorida Bowl ... Selected to play in the Shrine All-Star Game ... Also played three seasons of basketball for coach Michael James. PERSONAL - Full Name: Sean Steven Sheller … Born: July 5, 1987 in Covina, CA … Parents: Steven and Sandy Sheller … Has three sisters --- Sara, Stacey and Samantha … Biggest thrill in sports to date was playing in the CIF high school playoffs ...The famous athlete he admires the most is former San Diego Padre standout,Tony Gwynn... Hobbies include fishing and working out ... History major.

VARSITY TACKLE STATISTICS - B. SERMONS Year TT T-AT Sacks TFL INT (Td) 2009 1 1-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0

#43 STEVE SLOAN

Linebacker/6-4/228/RS-Jr./Campbell, CA/Archbishop Mitty HS CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 6 vs. USC, 2008 Tackles for Loss: 1.5 vs. USC, 2008 Sacks: 1.0 at Arizona St., 2008

BRANDON SERMONS

UCLA - One of the veterans of the linebacking corp, Sloan is one of the top contenders for the starting Mike linebacker job and will compete for that spot throughout Fall camp ... Possesses experience and size and has a great football IQ ... Started nine games as a redshirt freshman in 2008. 2009 - Appeared in all l3 games, primarily on special teams ... Played some defensive snaps against Kansas St., Oregon, Cal and at Washington St. ... Had two tackles, one for loss at Washington St. ... Made one stop at USC. 2008 - Saw action in all 12 games and made nine starts ... Started in nine of the final 10 games (not Oregon St.) at middle linebacker ... Came off the bench in the first two games of the season, playing on special teams versus Tennessee and BYU ... Made his first career start versus Arizona, but was not credited with a tackle ... Made five stops in a starting role against Fresno St. ... Had one tackle against Washington St. ... Three tackles at Oregon ... Four stops against Stanford ... Three tackles at Cal ... Had two stops, off the bench, against Oregon St. ... Two tackles at Washington ...

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RETURNING BRUINS Had three tackles, one a 10-yard sack, at Arizona St. ... Totaled six tackles against USC, 1.5 for loss, and broke up a pass. 2007 - Did not see action in his first year with the program and has two seasons of eligibility remaining. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered three seasons in football at Archbishop Mitty HS in San Jose, CA for coach Dave Brown ... Played as a linebacker, running back and kick returner … Rated No. 8 inside linebacker nationally by rivals.com … Earned four stars from scout.com and rivals.com … Named third-team All-State by Cal-Hi Sports … All-San Jose Mercury-News first team … As a senior, made 143 tackles, including two sacks … Also made four interceptions and returned two for touchdowns … As a junior, made 133 tackles and 18 tackles for loss … Had one interception and one fumble recovery. PERSONAL - Full Name: Steven Owen Sloan … Born:August 13, 1988 in San Jose, CA … Parents: Stanley and Joanna Sloan … Has one brother, Jeff, and two sisters, Michelle and Angela … Cousin, Kyle Ryan, attended UCLA … Lists NFL star Brian Urlacher as the player he admires the most … Hobbies include golf and playing video games … Interested in a career in real estate ... Director’s Honor Roll in Fall 2007 ... Sociology major. VARSITY TACKLE STATISTICS - S. SLOAN Year TT T-AT Sacks TFL 2008 29 16-13 1.0-10 2.5-13 2009 3 2-1 0.0-0 1.0-3 Totals 32 18-14 1.0-10 3.5-16

STEVE SLOAN

INT (Td) 0 0 0

#3 JOSH SMITH

Wide Receiver/6-0/197/RS-Jr./Moorpark, CA/Moorpark HS/Colorado CAREER HIGHS (at Colorado) Receptions: 7 at Florida State, 2008 Receiving Yards: 103 at Baylor, 2007 Touchdowns: 1, multiple times

UCLA - Josh is a proven big-play performer at the collegiate level and will be a regular participant in the receiver rotations ... Should also be an asset on special teams ... Transferred to UCLA in summer 2009 and redshirted in accordance with NCAA rules ... Enters his junior season with a string of 14 straight games with a reception (21 of 22 games overall at Colorado) ... Missed the majority of Spring drills with a left knee injury but is expected to be ready for Fall camp. AT COLORADO: 2008 - Earned honorable mention All-Big 12 honors at kick returner ... Recorded the second most all-purpose yards in a single-season in CU history with 1,987 and set school records of 50 kickoff returns for 1,276 yards ... Returned a kickoff 93 yards for a score against CSU in his first game with those duties ... Ranked fourth on the team in receptions(29), second in yards(387) and first with his 13.3-yard average(18 or more) ... Caught at least one pass in all 12 games (highs of 7 catches for 85 yards and a TD against Florida St.) ... Averaged 10.4 yards on 28 punt returns, long of 51. 2007 - Appeared in 11 games, starting four, including the Independence Bowl ... On the year, he made 23 receptions for 451 yards and a team-best 19.6 average per catch (no touchdowns) ... His 19.6 average ranked No. 10 on CU’s single-season list (15 or more receptions) ... Caught at least one pass in all but one game ... Had two catches for 103 yards at Baylor, with a long of 65 yards ... Rushed 10 times on the season for 34 yards ... In the bowl game against Alabama, he caught two passes(40) and had three rushes(10). HIGH SCHOOL - Did not start playing organized football until his junior year ... 2006 honorable mention All-Marmonte League selection and won the team’s Iron Man Award for playing on both sides of the ball ... Made 21 receptions for 477 yards and scored 10 touchdowns on offense and recorded 35 tackles and six interceptions at cornerback ... Moorpark finished 12-3 both his junior and senior seasons, losing in the championship game on each occasion ... Also earned three letters in track ... Ran the 4x100 relay and holds the school record for the long jump at 23-0. PERSONAL - Born December 29, 1987 in Tallahassee, FL ... His hobbies include working out, watching movies and skiing ... Post-college interests include getting into real estate and starting both his own clothing line (“Josh Fly”) and shoe line (“PF Fly’s”) ... Moved to California from Florida for a change in lifestyle and lived with his older sister (Alexis Scott), who was a big part of helping him make it through high school and succeed while coming from a broken household ... Named to Athletic Director’s Honor Roll in 2010 Spring Quarter ... History major. VARSITY STATISTICS - J. SMITH (Colorado) RECEIVING Year No Yds Avg TD Lg 2007 23 451 19.6 0 65 2008 29 387 13.3 3 44 Totals 52 838 16.1 3 65 RUSHING Year TCB 2007 10 2008 12 Totals 22

Yds 43 60 103

YL 9 28 37

Net 34 32 66

Avg 3.4 2.7 3.0

KICKOFF RETURNS Year No Yds 2007 0 0 2008 50 1,276 Totals 50 1,276

Avg 0.0 25.5 25.5

TD 0 1 1

Lg 0 93 93

PUNT RETURNS Year No Yds 2007 0 0 2008 28 292 Totals 28 292

Avg 0.0 10.4 10.4

TD 0 0 0

Lg 0 51 51

TD 0 0 0

Lg 13 24 24

ADDITIONAL STATISTICS - All-Purpose Yards: 485 (2007); 1,987 (2008).

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#91 REGINALD STOKES

#66 RYAN TAYLOR

Defensive End/6-3/272/RS-Sr./Montgomery, AL/Carver HS

Center/Offensive Guard/6-3/298/RS-Sr./Denison, TX/Denison HS/Tyler College

CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 5, vs. Oregon, 2009; at Oregon, 2008 Tackles for Loss: 1.0 at Arizona St., 2008; at Oregon, 2008

UCLA - Taylor figures to compete for playing time and a possible starting job at center after gaining valuable experience during his first year in the program ... Spent much of Spring Practice working with the first unit ... Can also play guard, having started two games at that position a year ago ... Transfered to UCLA from Tyler (TX) Junior College for Spring Quarter 2009. 2009 - Saw action in three games, starting twice (Oregon St., Washington) at right guard ... Appeared at center late in the opener against San Diego St. ... Started at right guard at Oregon St. and played the entire game ... Also played the entire game against Washington ... Suffered a sprained foot late in that contest and did not see action in the last four games of the season. JUNIOR COLLEGE - Member of the SuperPrep Juco 100 (No. 76) as a redshirt sophomore ... Named first-team All-Conference …Earned three stars from scout. com and two stars from rivals.com ... Named second-team All-Conference as a redshirt freshman in 2007 ... Redshirted in 2006. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered two years in football at Denison (TX) High School ... District Offensive Player of Year and first-team All-District and All-County as a senior in 2006 (injured as a junior) ... Also earned two letters in baseball and was selected first-team All-District and All-County twice. PERSONAL - Full Name: Ryan Dee Taylor … Born: August 29, 1988 in Denison, TX ... Parents: Randy and Karen Taylor ... One brother, Jordan ... Patterns his style of play after NFL star Orlando Pace ... Hobbies include spending time with friends and family and being outdoors (hunting, fishing and camping) ... Director’s Honor Roll in Winter 2010 ... History major.

UCLA - Reggie performed well as a reserve defensive end over the latter portion of last season ... He missed Spring Practice due to January 2010 surgery on his right knee and should be ready for camp in August. 2009 - Appeared in eight games off the bench ... Suffered a torn cartilage in his knee in practice (Aug. 16) and sat out the first three games of the season ... Returned to the practice field during Kansas St. week and saw limited action the following week at Stanford ... Tied his career high with five tackles, 0.5 for loss, against Oregon ... Saw limited action against Cal and at Arizona ... Three tackles at Oregon St. ... Had one tackle against Washington ... Made one tackle versus Arizona St. ... Played at USC and in the bowl win against Temple. 2008 - Saw action in 11 games and made five starts, including the final three games of the season ... Saw his first career action against Tennessee ... Made two tackles at BYU ...Two stops against Arizona ... One tackle against both Fresno St. and Washington St. ... Made his first career start at Oregon and was credited with five tackles, one for loss ... Also blocked a field goal attempt ... Started against Stanford and made one tackle ... Did not play at Cal after having his knee scoped (Oct. 23) ... Came off the bench against Oregon St. and made one stop ... Started at Washington and recorded one tackle ... Started and made two tackles, one for loss, at Arizona St. ... Earned the starting assignment against USC and totaled four tackles, including 0.5 for loss. 2007 - Competed on the scout team and did not see game action. 2006 - Did not see action in his first year in the program. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered three seasons at G.W. Carver High School for Larry Ware ... Three-star selection by scout.com ... Two-star selection by rivals.com ... Ranked No. 33 among defensive ends by scout.com ... Area 5A-6A Montgomery Advertiser Player of the Year ... Nominee for Mr. Alabama Football ... Birmingham News All-State ... Credited with 155 tackles, 19 sacks and six forced fumbles his senior season ... Selected All-State Class 6A ... Finalist for Class 6A Lineman of the Year ... Named team’s Defensive MVP and captain ... Recorded 137 tackles and 9.5 sacks his junior season, earning All-State Honorable Mention and All-City Honorable Mention honors ... Also lettered three years in baseball and basketball. PERSONAL - Full Name: Reginald Leonardi Stokes, Jr. … Born: December 23, 1987 in Montgomery, AL … Parents: Reginald and Elizabeth Stokes … Has one brother, Marquis … Famous athlete he patterns his style of play after is the NFL’s Jevon Kearse ... History major. VARSITY TACKLE STATISTICS - R. STOKES Year TT T-AT Sacks TFL 2008 20 11-9 0.0-0 2.5-6 2009 10 4-6 0.0-0 0.5-1 Totals 30 15-15 0.0-0 3.0-7

INT (Td) 0 0 0

RYAN TAYLOR

REGINALD STOKES

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#96 IUTA TEPA

F-back/5-8/178/So./Gainesville, VA/Stonewall Jackson HS

CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 1 vs. Oregon, 2009

CAREER HIGHS Rushing Yards: 28 at Stanford, 2009 Carries: 6 vs. San Diego State, 2009; at Stanford, 2009 Receptions: 2 vs. Cal, 2009; vs. Oregon, 2009 Receiving Yards: 12 vs. Oregon, 2009

UCLA - Iuta figures to compete for playing time at defensive end and could contend for the starting spot opposite Datone Jones ... Possesses good quickness and gained valuable experience as a true freshman a year ago ... An aggressive pass rusher. 2009 - Saw action off the bench in five games ... Did not play in the first four games of the season ... Credited with one tackle in his first game against Oregon ...Appeared for limited action against Cal, at Oregon St. and Washington, but did not record a tackle ... On the field for 11 snaps at Washington State. HIGH SCHOOL - Played four seasons at Long Beach (CA) Polytechnic HS for coach Raul Lara ... Rated No. 3 defensive end in the state of California and No. 5 in the West by scout.com ... Ranked No. 40 nationally among defensive ends by scout. com ... Rated No. 78 defensive end by ESPNU ... Member of scout.com California 101 (no. 44) ... SuperPrep All-Far West No. 51 prospect ... Scout.com West Hot 150 (No. 68) ... Rated No. 63 California prospect by rivals.com ... Earned three stars from scout.com and rivals.com ... Rated No. 39 strongside defensive end by rivals.com ... Selected first-team All-America by MaxPreps ... PrepStar All-West Region selection ... Named All-State Division I first team by MaxPreps ... CalHiSports.com All-State first team ... Named to GoldenStatePreps.com All-State first team and All-Southern California first team ... CIF-SS Pac-5 Division first team ... Named L.A.Times Lineman of the Year ... As a senior, he made 107 tackles, including 16 sacks and 19 tackles for loss while serving as team captain ... Named Moore League Defensive Lineman of the Year ... First-team all-league selection ... Helped his high school team win the CIF-SS Pac-5 title and reach California State Open Division title game ...Also played one season of volleyball. PERSONAL - Full Name: Iuta Tepa, Jr. … Born:April 22, 1991 in Long Beach, CA … Parents: Iuta and Alameda Tepa … Has a brother, Josh, and a sister, Kathy ... Lists his biggest athletic thrill to date as stopping Orange Lutheran on a last-minute scoring opportunity in a 2007 Pac-5 CIF semi-final win ... Lists NFL defensive linemen Jared Allen and Julius Peppers as the athletes he admires the most … Hobbies include football, basketball, volleyball; listening to music; hanging out with friends ... Director’s Honor Roll in Winter 2010 ... Undeclared major. VARSITY TACKLE STATISTICS - I.TEPA Year TT T-AT Sacks 2009 1 1-0 0.0-0

IUTA TEPA

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#25 DAMIEN THIGPEN

Defensive End/6-1/248/So./Long Beach, CA/Long Beach Poly HS

TFL 0.0-0

INT (Td) 0

UCLA - Damien is a versatile all-around performer who possesses outstanding speed ... Gained valuable experience a year ago and should develop into a big-play threat ... Figures to line up at various spots to take advantage of his open-field ability ... Could also contribute as a kick returner. 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 tackles 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 a shoulder 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

DAMIEN THIGPEN


RETURNING BRUINS ... 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. 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. ... Undeclared major VARSITY RUSHING STATISTICS - D.THIGPEN Year TCB Yds YL Net Avg 2009 26 81 19 62 2.4

TD 0

Lg 13

VARSITY RECEIVING STATISTICS - D.THIGPEN Year No Yds Avg TD Lg 2009 7 41 5.9 0 8

TOBI UMODU

#45 TOBI UMODU

F-back/5-11/240/RS-Sr./West Covina, CA/South Hills HS UCLA - Umodu made a switch from linebacker to fullback prior to the 2008 season ... Figures to add depth at the new F-back position in 2010. 2009 - Did not see game action. 2008 - Saw action at fullback in the Washington St. and Washington games. 2007 - Competed on the scout team and saw limited action on special teams in the final four games of the year. 2006 - Did not see action in his first year in the program. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered four seasons at South Hills HS in West Covina, CA ... Three-star selection by rivals.com ... Rated No. 40 prospect in California by rivals. com ... Three-star selection by scout.com ... Led his school to the CIF-Southern Section Division VII championship ... Cal-Hi Sports second-team All-State selection ... Played in CaliFlorida Bowl ... Selected to play in Shrine All-Star Game ... Named to L.A. Times All-Star team ... First-team All-CIF SS as a defensive end ... 2005 CIFSS Division VII Defensive Player of the Year ... CIF Division VII first-team selection ... Most Valuable Player of the San Antonio League ... First-team All-San Gabriel Valley pick by the San Gabriel Valley Tribune ... Made 70 tackles as a senior in 2005, including 17.0 sacks and two fumble recoveries ... As a junior, he was first-team CIF-SS Division VII ... Selected second-team All-State Underclass by Cal-Hi Sports ... Made 72 tackles, including 17 sacks and one interception for a team which won the league championship and advanced to the CIF-Division VII finals ... Credited with 63 tackles as a sophomore, while earning CIF-SS Division VII first-team honors ... Team won the league championship and the CIF-SS Division VII championship ... He was a member of the CIF-SS Division VII championship team as a freshman in 2002 ... Also lettered in basketball (two years) and track (four years). PERSONAL - Full Name: Emmanuel Tobi Umodu … Born: May 1, 1988 in Los Angeles,CA … Parents:Azuka and Vicky Umodu … Has three brothers --- Kebin, Ify, Oly ---- and two sisters, Diseph and Iboh … Famous athlete he patterns his style of play after is the NFL’s Ray Lewis ... Favorite school subject is Language ... Wrote some blogs for the New York Times during the 2009 season ... Director’s Honor Roll in Fall 2006 … English major.

#7 COURTNEY VINEY

Cornerback/5-8/168/RS-Jr./Fresno, CA/Edison HS CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 8 at Tennessee, 2009

UCLA - Courtney will again compete for playing time and a possible starting job this season ... He has gained valuable experience during his first two seasons of action ... Possesses explosive quickness and fine cover skills. 2009 - Saw action in 10 games with one start (at Tennessee) ... Stepped in at cornerback following the injury to Aaron Hester and recorded two tackles in the opener against San Diego St. ... Made his first career start at Tennessee and totaled a career-best eight tackles ... Did not play versus Kansas St., Stanford or Oregon ... Played on special teams against Cal ... Played defense and special teams at Arizona ... Made one tackle at Oregon St. ... Played on special teams against Washington ... Had one tackle assist at Washington St. and played on defense ... Made a tackle and played on defense against Arizona St. ... Played on special teams at USC ... Saw special teams action in the bowl win over Temple. 2008 - Appeared in all 12 games off the bench ... Saw the first action of his career (nickel back/special teams) in the opener against Tennessee ... Ranked second on the team with six tackles ... Had one tackle at BYU ... Played extensively in the nickel package against Arizona and made one tackle ...Tied his career-high with six tackles against Fresno St. ... Made one tackle against Washington St. while playing defense and special teams ... Played on special teams at Oregon ... Played defense and on special teams against Stanford ... Had one special teams tackle at Cal ... Also caught a 22-yard pass on a fake punt play ... Made one tackle against Oregon St. ... Played on special teams at Washington, Arizona St. and USC. 2007 - Viney was named the Defensive Scout Team Player of the Year for his practice efforts ... Did not see game action in his first year with the team and now has two seasons of eligibility remaining. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered three seasons at Edison HS in Fresno, CA for coach Tim McDonald ... Played cornerback, safety, linebacker, running back and on special teams … Rated No. 13 player in California by scout.com and No. 11 nationally among cornerbacks by scout.com … Earned four stars from scout.com … Earned three stars from rivals.com … Named Defensive Player of the Year on his team as a senior ... Three-time first-team All-State by Cal-Hi Sports … Named to Fresno Bee All-Star team … County/Metro Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Year … Made 86 solo tackles (100 overall) and six interceptions as a senior … Returned five punts for over 250 yards and one touchdown ... Four-time ScholarAthlete with 3.57 gpa or higher ... Team captain ... Selected to represent California in the 2007 Down Under Bowl in Australia ... As a junior, he recorded 89 tackles

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RETURNING BRUINS and two interceptions ... Team co-captain ... Named team’s Best Defensive Back ... As a sophomore, he started all games and made 20 tackles and one interception ... As a freshman, he played running back and defensive back ... Named team Offensive Player of the Year ... Also lettered in track and field for two years. PERSONAL - Full Name: Courtney Viney … Born: July 20, 1989 in Fresno, CA … Parents: Tyrone and Evelyn Viney … Has one sister, Kahliah and one brother, Tyrone, Jr. ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as stepping on the field each week ... Lists NFL star Charles Woodson as the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include spending time with friends, basketball, perfecting his game, art and music ... Director’s Honor Roll in Fall 2007 ... Sociology major. VARSITY TACKLE STATISTICS - C.VINEY Year TT T-AT Sacks TFL 2008 17 15-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 2009 14 8-6 0.0-0 0.0-0 Totals 31 23-8 0.0-0 0.0-0

INT (Td) 0 0 0

Temple ... Earned Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention ... Tri-winner of UCLA’s Tommy Prothro Award for Outstanding Special Teams Player. 2008 - Appeared in all 12 games on special teams and two on defense ... Saw his first action in the opener against Tennessee ... Picked up a blocked punt and returned it for a touchdown versus the Vols, UCLA’s first score of the year ... Recorded a career-best eight tackles at BYU, playing almost the entire second half on defense ... Made a special teams tackle against Arizona ... Had a special teams stop versus Fresno St. ... Played on special teams against Washington St., Oregon and Stanford ... Blocked a first quarter punt that Glenn Love recovered in the end zone for a touchdown at Cal ... Made three tackles on special teams versus Oregon St. ... Had one special teams stop at Washington ... Made four tackles at Arizona St. ... Did not record a tackle against USC. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered three seasons in football at Oak Park, CA HS for coach Dick Billingsly ... Played linebacker and running back ... Earned three stars from rivals.com ... Rated No. 48 prospect in California by rivals.com ... Earned three stars from scout.com ... Named All-State Medium Schools first-team by Cal-Hi Sports ... Named CIF-Southern Section Northwest Division Defensive Player of the Year ... Starter in 39 high school games ... Scored four career defensive touchdowns ... As a senior, he made 130 tackles, 27 tackles for loss, six sacks, three forced fumbles, three blocked kicks, two safeties and one interception ... As a junior, he registered 118 tackles and earned all-state underclass honors and All-CIF honors after helping his high school to the CIF-SS finals ... Added seven sacks, three interceptions, one fumble recovery and a blocked punt in playoffs ... On offense, he rushed for 543 yards and scored five touchdowns ... Had 14 receptions for 140 yards ...Also lettered two years in track and field. PERSONAL - Full Name: Sean Jeffery Westgate … Born: December 9, 1989 in Stockton, CA … Parents: Jeffery and Deborah Westgate ... Mom attended UCLA ... Relative J.K. Scott is a former quarterback at the University of Washington (1999-2000) ... Lists NFL star Brian Urlacher as the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include working out and being with friends ... Biggest thrill in sports was getting a scholarship to UCLA ... Director’s Honor Roll in Fall 2008, Spring 2009, Fall 2009 ... Economics major. VARSITY TACKLE STATISTICS - S. WESTGATE Year TT T-AT Sacks TFL INT (Td) 2008 18 10-8 0.0-0 0.5-2 0 2009 18 12-6 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 Totals 36 22-14 0.0-0 0.5-2 0

COURTNEY VINEY

#11 SEAN WESTGATE

Linebacker/5-11/217/Jr./Oak Park, CA/Oak Park HS CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 8 at BYU, 2008 Tackles for Loss: 0.5 at BYU, 2008

UCLA - Enters Fall camp as a contender for theWill linebacker spot ... His quickness and knowledge of the game more than compensate for his lack of traditional size for the position ... An aggressive performer, Westgate has made a major impact on special teams in his first two seasons and figures to shine again in 2010. 2009 - Appeared in all 13 games, primarily on special teams ... Made one start (at Arizona) ... Played on defense at Tennessee, at Arizona, at Oregon St. at Washington St., Arizona St., at USC and Temple ... Made two tackles in the opener against San Diego St. ... Contributed on special teams and defense at Tennessee ... Had one tackle against Kansas St. ... Partially blocked a punt (second of his career) at Stanford which led to a fourth-quarter field goal ...Made one special teams stop versus Oregon ... Made his first start at linebacker at Arizona and was credited with seven tackles ... Had one tackle assist at Oregon St. ... Made one tackle and broke up a pass against Washington ... At Washington State, he blocked a punt out of the end zone (third career block) for a safety and also made two tackles ... Recovered a fumble on a kickoff return to set up a field goal at the end of the first half versus Arizona State ... Made one stop at USC ... Played defense and special teams in the bowl win over

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#62 EDDIE WILLIAMS

#71 WADE YANDALL

Offensive Guard/6-1/329/RS-Sr./Kalihi, HI/Damien Memorial HS/Mt. SAC

Offensive Guard/6-4/329/Fr./Carson, CA/Carson HS

UCLA - One of the strongest players on the squad,Williams is expected to start at right guard for the second straight season ...A junior college transfer, he earned the starting job in last year’s Fall camp and did a fine job until being sidelined by injury ... Possesses good footwork for a big man ... One of the few seniors on this unit. 2009 - Started in the first six games of the season at right guard ... Played virtually every snap in the first five contests ... He fractured his left ankle in game six against California and missed the balance of the season (surgery on Nov. 6).

UCLA - This youngster graduated early from high school and enrolled in 2010 Spring Quarter ... Gained valuable experience that should benefit him going forward by participating in Spring Practice ... Figures to compete for a reserve role at guard, where he practiced during the Spring, and tackle. HIGH SCHOOL - Earned three stars from Rivals.com and Scout.com … Rated No. 55 offensive guard nationally by Scout.com … Ranked No. 60 offensive tackle by rivals.com … PrepStar All-Region selection … Rated No. 93 player in California by scout.com … Rated No. 106 player in CA/HI/NV region by SuperPrep … Rated No. 137 offensive tackle by ESPN.com … MaxPreps All-California first team … GoldenStatePreps.com All-State first team and All-SoCal first team … Named to L.A. Times All-Star team … Named All-L.A. City Section … Marine League Lineman of the Year … Played at left tackle and right guard. PERSONAL - Full Name: Wade Boaz Yandall ... Born June 22, 1992 … Parents: Henry and Katie Yandall ... Father is a pastor ... Has one sister, Erica ... Hobbies include playing all sports like baseball, basketball and volleyball and going camping ... Math is his favorite school subject ... Goals are to get his degree and play in the National Football League ... Undeclared major.

JUNIOR COLLEGE - Played the 2008 season at Mt. San Antonio Junior College in Walnut, CA ... Made second-team all-conference as an offensive lineman and led the team in pancake blocks with 36 ... Named a PrepStar JUCO All-American ... Rated the No. 90 JUCO prospect by rivals.com ... Earned three stars from rivals. com and scout.com ... Played in 2007 at Pasadena (CA) City College and was named second-team all-conference as a defensive lineman. HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered three seasons at Damien Memorial HS in Honolulu, HI for coach Nakagawa ... Named first-team all-state in football as a senior ... Played in the state HS All-Star game ... Second-team all-conference selection as a junior ... Honorable mention all-conference as a sophomore ... Also lettered three years in wrestling ... Placed fifth at the state wrestling meet as a senior and second in his conference ... Placed seventh in the state meet as a junior ... First-place conference finisher as a sophomore. PERSONAL - Full Name: Eddie Na’atimo’oni Williams … Born: December 25, 1988 in Honolulu, HI … Parents: Etika Masiana Williams and Rema Folaumoeloa … Has two brothers, Etika and Tevita, and a sister, Paea ... Lists his biggest athletic thrill as playing for the national junior college football championship in 2008 while at Mt. San Antonio College … Hobbies include hanging out with family and friends, playing music, singing, playing rugby and swimming ... History major.

EDDIE WILLIAMS

#52 CHRISTIAN YOUNT

Long Snapper/6-1/243/Sr./Coto de Caza, CA/Tesoro HS UCLA -Yount is a valuable weapon with his longsnapping ability ... He has performed well in his first three seasons as a long snapper, handling both the place kicking and punting chores and establishing himself as the nation’s top performer at his position .... He is a very accurate snapper with great velocity ... Selected to the Playboy preseason All-America team again. 2009 - Saw action in all 13 games on special teams as the snapper for both punts and placements ... Made one tackle on punt coverage ... Selected to the Playboy pre-season All-America team, the first-ever long snapper on the unit. 2008 - Saw action in all 12 games on special teams as the snapper for both punts and placements ... Made one tackle on punt coverage. 2007 - Appeared in all 13 games on special teams as the long snapper in his first year in the program. HIGH SCHOOL - Played four seasons and lettered in two as a long snapper at Tesoro HS in Rancho Santa Margarita, CA for coach Jim O’Connell ... Started all games during his junior and senior seasons as a long snapper ...Team won the 2005 CIF Div. IX championship and was the Division III State champion as a senior ... 2005 Pacific Coast League champions ...Team won the CIF Div. IX championship in 2004 as a junior ... Ranked as the #1 long snapper in the nation by chrissailerkicking.com ... Had no bad snaps his senior season. PERSONAL - Full Name: Christian Alexander Yount … Born: July 8, 1988 in San Pedro, CA … Parents: James and Xochitl … Has one brother, Brendan, who plays lacrosse at Bellarmine University … Patterns his style of play after former Bruin long snapper Chris Rubio, 1994-97 ... Hobbies include golfing and surfing ... Favorite school subject is History ... Director’s Honor Roll in Winter 2007, Winter 2008, Winter 2009, Fall 2009, Winter 2010 … Political Science major.

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#17 DAVID ALLEN

#37 LUCAS BARBOSA LB/6-0/232/RS-Jr. Chino, CA/Chino HS

DE/6-4/240/RS-Jr. Menlo Park, CA/Sacred Heart HS

LB/6-2/216/RS-Fr. Orem, UT/Orem HS

CB/5-9/178/RS-So. Woodland Hills, CA/Notre Dame HS

#32 ROBERT FRANCO

#46 FRANK GUZMAN

#90 AUSTIN HILL

#35 ANDY MAGEE

#48 KEVIN MCDERMOTT

#99 ANDREW YELICH

LB/6-2/225/RS-So. South Pasadena, CA/Tulane

#45 ALEK CUSICK

F-back/6-0/232/RS-Fr. San Pedro, CA/San Pedro HS

LB/6-1/221/RS-Sr. San Clemente, CA/Saddleback JC

TE-6-5/260/RS-So. Los Alamitos, CA/Los Alamitos HS

F-back/6-1/238/RS-So. Rolling Hills Estates, CA/ASU

#47 RYAN MEDINA

#88 JERRY RICE, JR.

#14 CLAYTON TUNNEY

#29 E.J.TURNER

LB/6-3/240/RS-So. Oxnard, CA/St. Bonaventure HS

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#92 GREG CASCIARO

WR/5-11/192/RS-Fr. Atherton, CA/Menlo HS

QB/6-4/213/RS-Jr. Carlsbad, CA/UC Davis

CB/5-9/200/RS-Fr. Ventura, CA/Ventura HS

#27 JEFF DICKMAN

LS/TE/6-3/239/RS-So. Nashville, TN/Ensworth HS

TE/6-3/223/RS-Fr. Newport Beach, CA/Mater Dei HS


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#2 ANTHONY BARR

#49 DERRICK BRYANT

Tailback :: 6-5 :: 228 :: Fr. San Pedro, CA :: Loyola HS

Defensive Line :: 6-3 :: 236 :: Fr. Columbus, OH :: Brookhaven HS

HIGH SCHOOL - Played three seasons at Los Angeles Loyola HS for coaches Jeff Kearin and Adam Guerra ... 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 ... Missed virtually all of his senior season to injury ... Selected for the U.S. Army All-America Game, but was unable to participate ...As a junior, he earned firstteam All-State Underclass honors after rushing for 1,890 yards and 20 touchdowns ... Also lettered four seasons in track for coach Michael Porterfield.

HIGH SCHOOL - Earned three letters in football as a tight end and defensive end at Columbus, OH Brookhaven HS ... Ranked No. 34 among strongside defensive ends by rivals.com ... SuperPrep All-Midwest (No. 60 prospect) ... Rated No. 85 defensive end by ESPN.com ... No. 86 defensive end as selected by scout.com ... Earned three stars from scout.com and rivals.com ... PrepStar All-Region selection ... Rated No. 36 player in Ohio by scout.com and No. 39 by rivals.com ...As a senior, he was credited with 101 tackles, including 19.5 sacks while helping team to 10-3 record ... Named first-team All-Metro, All-City, All-District and All-State ... Recorded 85 tackels and 12 sacks as a junior ... Also lettered three seasons in basketball and two seasons in track and field - hurdles, 400m, 800m events.

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 fullback at Notre Dame 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.

PERSONAL - Full Name: Derrick Isaiah Bryant … Born: April 13, 1992 in Columbus, OH … Parents: Lorenzo Bryant and Joleata Howell … Has an older brother, Josh ... Dad played college basketball ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as advancing to the playoffs during his senior season ... NBA standout Michael Jordan is his favorite athlete … Hobbies include basketball, hanging out with friends and working out ... Also likes to cook.

#11 DARIUS BELL

#98 SEALI’I EPENESA

CC OF SAN FRANCISCO - Played football 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 intercetions 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 Northern California Football Association 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 football at Honolulu, HI 'Iolani HS for coach Wendell Look ... Ranked No. 50 defensive tackle nationally by scout.com ... PrepStar AllRegion 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.

Quarterback :: 5-11 :: 207 :: So. San Francisco, CA :: Archbishop Riordan HS/CC of San Francisco

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 the Crusaders to their first-ever Central Coast Section title ... Ran for one score and threw four scoring passes in the 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.

Defensive Line :: 6-2 :: 320 :: Fr. Walpahu, HI :: 'Iolani HS

PERSONAL - Full Name: Sealii Apefa'i Siania Epenesa … Born: March 25, 1992… Parents: Sealii Epenesa, Jr. and Feagaimaleata Donna Siania Epenesa ... Has no brothers or sisters … Hobbies include hanging out with family and watching movies.

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 now plays for the Chicago Bears) and Roechard, and three sisters, Danielle, Nerisa and Legalo.

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#57 WESLEY FLOWERS

#63 KODY INNES

Defensive Line :: 6-4 :: 257 :: Fr. Fresno, CA :: Edison HS

Offensive Line :: 6-4 :: 279 :: Fr. Scottsdale, AZ :: Saguaro HS

HIGH SCHOOL - Played football at Fresno, CA Edison HS for coachTim McDonald ... Saw action at defensive tackle and end ... Ranked No. 79 defensive tackle nationally by rivals.com ... Rated No. 80 defensive tackle by scout.com ... Rated No. 100 player in California by scout.com ... Rated No. 113 player in CA/NV/HI region by SuperPrep ... Earned three stars from scout.com and rivals.com ... PrepStar All-Region selection ... As a senior, he made 75 tackles, including four sacks, 20 tackles for loss and one interception ... Named MVP of the defensive line ... As a junior, he had 65 tackles, 15 tackles for loss and six sacks ... Also lettered in wrestling.

HIGH SCHOOL - Played four seasons at Scottsdale,AZ Saguaro HS for coach John Sanders as an offensive guard/tackle and defensive end ... SuperPrep All-American (No. 30 offensive lineman) ... Ranked No. 33 offensive tackle by rivals.com ... Rated No. 34 offensive tackle by scout.com ... Rated No. 43 offensive tackle by ESPN.com ... No. 3 player in Arizona (rivals.com) and No. 5 (SuperPrep/scout.com) ... No. 78 player in the West (scout.com) ... Four stars from rivals.com and three stars from scout.com ... PrepStar All-Region ... Member of Tacoma News-Tribune Western 100 ... Played on three-straight 4A-1 State Championship teams (2006-07-08) ... His team lost in the State semifinals as a senior ... Team set a State 4A record with 38-game winning streak ... National Football Foundation AZ Scholar Athlete ... Nominated for the Red Zone Player of the Year award ... Team captain and Most Valuable Player as a senior ... Named All-Arizona ... First team 4-A All-State ... First-team All-Region ... First-team All-NE Valley ... Chosed to play on the first-ever Team USA v. the World game, a pre-Pro Bowl event in Jan. of 2010.

PERSONAL - Full Name: Willie E. Flowers … Born: December 3, 1991 in Fresno, CA … Parents: Randy Flowers and Debra Lewis … Has two brothers and two sisters ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as winning the first Division II section championship at Edison HS since 2002.

PERSONAL - Full Name: Kody Alexander Innes … Born: October 15, 1991 in La Jolla, CA… Parents: Kahle and Jane Innes … Has a sister, Kira ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as winning three consecutive State Championships and beating his school rivals 21-0 during the regular season and 38-0 in the State championship game ... Lists Pat Tillman as the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include playing video games ... Has an interest in a career in medicine.

#6 JORDON JAMES #67 CASEY GRIFFITHS

Offensive Line :: 6-4 :: 286 :: So. Roseville, CA :: Woodcreek HS/American River College AMERICAN RIVER COLLEGE - Played the 2009 season at American River College in Sacramento, CA for coach Jerry Haflich ... Started at offensive guard and earned All-Mid Empire Conference honors ...Also garnered All-State and All-America recognition ... His team generated 476.6 yards of offense per game in 2009 to rank first in the Northern California Football Association ... The team averaged 201.9 yards rushing per game to rank fourth-best in that category and scored at a 35.5 point-per-game clip which rated seventh. HIGH SCHOOL - Attended Woodcreek HS in Roseville, CA ... Named first team all-league in football and honorable mention All-Metro as a senior ... Second-team all-league selection as a junior ... Also was on the track team (shot, discus). PERSONAL - Full Name: Casey William Griffiths … Born: March 7, 1991 in Sacramento, CA … Parents: Susan Humble and Michael Griffiths … Stepfather: Dan Humble ... Has two brothers, Mike and Sean; one sister, Brandy; one stepsister, Marie; one stepbrother, Rick ... Hobbies include hunting, fishing, camping.

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Tailback :: 5-11 :: 191 :: Fr. Corona, CA :: Corona HS

HIGH SCHOOL - Played four seasons at Corona (CA) HS ... Tom Lemming AllAmerican (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.


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#8 ANTHONY JEFFERSON Defensive Back :: 6-1 :: 177 :: Fr. Los Angeles, CA :: Cathedral HS

HIGH SCHOOL - Played three seasons at Los Angeles, CA Cathedral HS for coach Kevin Pearson ... Rated No. 170 national prospect and No. 14 athlete by rivals.com ... Rated No. 164 national prospect and No. 15 cornerback by scout.com ...PrepStar All-American ... SuperPrep All-American (No. 36 wide receiver) ... Tom Lemming All-American (No. 240 national prospect at wr) ... Rated No. 24 player in California by scout.com and No. 27 by rivals.com ... Rated No. 25 player in CA/NV/HI region by SuperPrep ... Rated No. 32 player in West by scout.com ... Member of Tacoma News-Tribune Western 100 ... Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West honorable mention ... Earned 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.

#30 ERIC KENDRICKS Linebacker :: 6-1 :: 213 :: Fr. Fresno, CA :: Hoover HS 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 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 all-league 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 junior linebacker at Cal 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 Economics major and a career in the business world.

#28 MALCOLM JONES

Tailback :: 6-0 :: 223 :: Fr. Agoura Hills, CA :: Oaks Christian HS HIGH SCHOOL - Played four seasons at Oaks Christian HS in Westlake Village, CA for coach Bill Redell ... Gatorade National HS Player of the Year (UCLA's first in football) ... Parade Magazine All-American ... USA Today second-team selection ... SuperPrep Elite 50 (No. 34) ... PrepStar Dream Team selection (No. 7 national prospect) ... MaxPreps first-team All-American ... EA Sports first-team All-American ... Ranked No. 17 national prospect and No. 3 rb by scout.com ... Tom Lemming All-American (No. 40 player nationally) ... Rated No. 3 athlete (Tom Lemming/Max Preps) ... Rated No. 87 national prospect and No. 9 athlete by rivals.com ... SuperPrep All-American (No. 7 rb) ... Rated No. 3 player in California by scout.com and No. 12 by rivals.com ... Scout.com's No. 4 player in West ... SuperPrep's No. 4 player in CA/NV/HI region ... Member of Sporting News Top 100 (No. 28) and ESPN 150 (No. 69) ... Rated No. 8 rb by ESPN.com ... Member of Tacoma News-Tribune Western 100 ... GoldenStatePreps.com California Player of the Year ... Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West first team ... CIF-SS Northwest Division Defensive Player of theYear ... As a senior, he rushed for 2,477 yards on 236 carries and scored 45 touchdowns, 14 in playoff games, while leading team to 14-1 record ... Ran for 383 yards and four touchdowns in his final prep contest ... Made 70 tackles, three interceptions and two sacks ... Completed his career with 6,280 rushing yards and 113 touchdowns, eighth-highest mark in state history ... L.A. Daily News Player of the Year .. Named to L.A. Times All-Star team ... Team went 53-4 in his four seasons; won three Southern Section championships, one CIF Div. III Bowl championship ('06) ... Earned five stars from scout.com and four stars from rivals.com ... Played in the U.S.Army All-America Game ... CIF-SS Northwest Division Offensive Player of the Year as a junior. PERSONAL - Full Name: Malcolm Taylor Jones … Born: August 2, 1992 in Naperville, IL … Parents: Marshall and Angela Jones … Has two brothers, Marshall and Marcus, and one sister, Shelly ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as winning the Gatorade National Player of the Year Award and having American League MVP Joe Mauer of the Minnesota Twins walk into his class to present him with the award ... Lists NFL running back Adrian Peterson as the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include playing video games and cooking.

#12 TEVIN McDONALD Defensive Back :: 6-0 :: 183 :: Fr. Fresno, CA :: Edison HS

HIGH SCHOOL - Played three seasons at Fresno, CA Edison HS for coach Tim McDonald, his dad ... Rated No. 17 safety (ESPN.com) ... No. 247 national prospect and No. 20 cornerback nationally according to scout.com ... No. 47 player in CA/NV/HI region by SuperPrep ... Rated No. 72 cornerback by rivals.com ... Scout.com's No. 33 player in California ... Earned four stars from scout.com and three stars from rivals.com ... Prep-Star All-Region selection ... Rated No. 60 player in West by scout. com ... Member of Tacoma News-Tribune Western 100 ... GoldenStatePreps.com AllState third team and All-SoCal second team (all-purpose) ... As a senior, he made 68 tackles, including three sacks, and seven interceptions ... Made 36 receptions, on offense, for 524 yards and seven touchdowns. PERSONAL - Full Name:Tevin William McDonald … Born: July 17, 1992… Parents: Tim and Alycia McDonald… Has one brother, Tim, Jr., and one sister, Taryn ... Dad played football for USC (two-time All-American, 1985-86) and was a second-round selection of the Cardinals in the 1987 NFL draft ... His dad played in the NFL for the Cardinals (1987-92) and 49'ers (1993-99) ... Lists NFL standouts Ed Reed and Sean Taylor as his favorite NFL athletes … Hobbies include hanging out with friends and making music.

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#71 CASSIUS MARSH Defensive Line :: 6-4 :: 285 :: Fr. Simi Valley, CA :: Oaks Christian HS 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 co-Defensive 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 Army All-America game ... Lists NFL lineman Julius Peppers as the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include listening to music ... Interested in a Communications major.

#94 OWAMAGBE ODIGHIZUWA Defensive Line :: 6-4 :: 240 :: Fr. Portland, OR :: Douglas HS 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.

#88 ARAMIDE OLANIYAN Linebacker :: 6-2 :: 202 :: Fr. Bowie, MD :: Woodberry Forest HS

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 the team as a senior with 60 tackles, including nine sacks and 16 tackles for loss ... Served as team captain ... In his junior season, he made 12 sacks and 27 tackles for loss ... Also lettered one season in track and field for coach Ben Hale. PERSONAL - Full Name: Aramide Oluwaseun Olaniyan … Born: September 17, 1992 inWashington, D.C. … Parents: Richard and Kehinde Olaniyan … Has a younger brother, Abiola, and a younger sister, Motunrayo ... Lists his biggest thrills in sports as being recruited to play major college football and scoring his first touchdown ... Lists former Bruin and NFL linebacker Donnie Edwards as the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include weight lifting, listening to music and football ... Interested in a career in law.

#1 DIETRICH RILEY Defensive Back :: 6-0 :: 201 :: Fr. Pasadena, CA :: St. Francis HS 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 All-American ... 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 (all-purpose) ... 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. 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.

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#17 KIP SMITH

#85 JOHN YOUNG

Kicker :: 6-0 :: 216 :: Fr. Broomfield, CO :: Legacy HS

Tight End :: 6-3 :: 260 :: Fr. Redondo Beach, CA :: Loyola HS

HIGH SCHOOL - Played football at Legacy HS in Broomfield, CO for coach Wayne Voorhees ... Parade Magazine All-American ... USA Today first-team AllAmerican ... EA Sports first-team All-American ... Rated No. 2 kicker by ESPN.com ... Rated No. 1 kicker by rivals.com ... PrepStar All-America selection ... Rated No. 11 kicker nationally by scout.com ... Earned three stars from scout.com and rivals. com ... SuperPrep All-Midlands (No. 45 prospect) ... Member of Tacoma News-Tribune Western 100 ... Rated No. 11 player in Colorado by rivals.com and No. 20 by scout. com ... As a senior, made all nine field goal attempts, including a 67-yard free kick, and was 27 of 28 on PATs ... Also averaged 37.1 on punts, with a school record long of 81 yards ... Credited with 39 touchbacks on 48 kickoffs ... As a junior, 47 of his 50 kickoffs were touchbacks and he connected on seven field goals, with a long of 49 yards ... As a sophomore, he made 10 field goals with a long of 56 yards ... Had 37 touchbacks on 60 kickoffs ... Named All-Front Range League first team in 200708-09 ... Three-time All-North Metro first team ... All-5a first team as a senior ... All-Colorado first team as a senior ... Under Armour All-American ... All-Colorado honorable mention as a junior.

HIGH SCHOOL - Played three seasons at Los Angeles Loyola HS for coaches Jeff Kearin and Adam Guerra ... Saw action at tight end and defensive line ... Rated No. 25 tight end nationally by scout.com ... Ranked No. 29 tight end by rivals.com ... No. 93 player in California (rivals.com) ... No. 106 player in CA/NV/HI region (Super Prep) ... Earned three stars from both rivals.com and scout.com ... Rated No. 69 tight end by ESPN.com ... No. 81player in California (scout.com) ... PrepStar All-Region selection ... Made 27 receptions in his career for 360 yards in a runoriented attack ... Named all-league tight end as a junior and senior ... Also lettered three seasons in basketball for coach Jamal Adams and averaged 7.5 points and 8.0 rebounds per game. PERSONAL - Full Name: John Harding Young … Born: May 21, 1992 in Torrance, CA… Parents: Harding and Kimberly Young … Mom was a UCLA song girl ... Has a younger brother, Matthew, and a younger sister, Hailey ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as scoring the winning touchdown against Chaminade HS in his junior year ... Lists NFL tight end Antonio Gates as the athlete he admires the most ... Member of the Monogram Club and African-American Association.

PERSONAL - Full Name: Howard Clifton Smith IV … Born: June 4, 1992 in Albuquerque, NM… Parents: Howard and Donna Smith … Has two older sisters, Christy (played soccer at Marquette) and Emily ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as receiving a football scholarship ... Lists NFL kicker Mason Crosby and NBA star Chauncey Billups as the athletes he admires the most … Hobbies include playing basketball.

#75 CHRIS WARD

Offensive Line :: 6-4 :: 318 :: Fr. Huntington Beach, CA :: Mater Dei HS HIGH SCHOOL - Played three seasons of football at Santa Ana, CA Mater Dei HS for coach Bruce Rollinson ... Played left tackle as a senior and junior; left guard as a sophomore ... Parade Magazine All-American ... PrepStar Dream Team selection (No. 77 national prospect) ... Ranked No. 240 national prospect and No. 8 offensive guard by scout.com ... Rated No. 10 offensive guard by rivals.com ... Rated No. 14 center/guard nationally by Tom Lemming ... Rated No. 15 offensive guard by ESPN. com ... Rated No. 44 player in the West by scout.com ... EA Sports honorable mention All-American ... Member of Tacoma News Tribune Western 100 ... GoldenStatePreps. com All-State third team and All-SoCal second team ... Earned four stars from both scout.com and rivals.com ...As a senior, he was named first-team All-CIF-SS All-Pac-5 Division ... Trinity League Most Valuable Lineman ... First-team All-State ... Served as team captain ... Named to L.A. Times All-Star team ... As a junior, he was named AllCIF second team ... All-State underclass first-team ... As a sophomore, she earned All-State underclass honors. PERSONAL - Full Name: Chris JamesWard … Born: September 22, 1991… Parents: Perry and Liz Ward … Has an older brother, Erik, and an older sister, Jennifer (played volleyball at Georgetown) ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as beating Servite HS at Angel Stadium of Anaheim during his sophomore season ... Lists NBA standout LeBron James as the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include playing basketball ... Originally went to Mater Dei intent on playing basketball after being in a club program for eight years.

#35 JORDAN ZUMWALT Linebacker :: 6-4 :: 225 :: Fr. Huntington Beach, CA :: Edison HS 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 theYear ... 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 LaHabra, 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.

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ROSTER Alphabetical No. 26 * 17 * 36 10 ** 60 ** 37 2 11 58 70 12 * 49 64 1 * 85 ** 9 92 89 ** 33 ** 18 45 27 78 6 ** 99 ** 82 ** 98 8 57 25 *** 32 23 * 55 59 67 46 87 ** 65 ** 74 21 90 19 * 97 * 63 6 8 9 56 ** 28 61 30 73 *** 48 42 * 18 * 20 ** 35 51 * 71 20 15 48

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Name Abbott, Andrew** Allen, David** Allmond, Jayson Ayers, Akeem Baca, Jeff Barbosa, Lucas** Barr, Anthony Bell, Darius Bowens, Isaiah Bradford, Connor Brehaut, Richard Bryant, Derrick Capella, Greg Carroll, Randall Carter, David Carter, Donovan Casciaro, Greg Chandler, Nate Coleman, Derrick Crissman, Nick Cusick, Alek** Dickmann, Jeff** Downey, Brett Dye, Tony Edison, Justin Embree, Taylor Epenesa, Sealiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;i Fauria, Joseph Flowers, Wesley Forbath, Kai Franco, Robert** Franklin, Johnathan Golper, Todd Graham, Keenan Griffiths, Casey Guzman, Frank ** Harkey, Cory Harris, Mike Hasiak, Stan ## Hester, Aaron Hill, Austin** Hilliard, Dalton Holmes, Damien Innes, Kody James, Jordon Jefferson, Anthony Johnson, Jerry Jones, Datone Jones, Malcolm Keane, Andy Kendricks, Eric Kia, Micah Koster, Jared Larimore, Patrick Locke, Jeff Love, Glenn Magee, Andy** Maiava, Kai Marsh, Cassius Marvray, Ricky Mascarenas, Alex McDermott, Kevin**

Pos CB LB F LB OG LB TB QB LB OL QB DL C WR DT DT DE DT TB QB LB CB OT SS DT WR DL TE DL PK F TB LB DE OL LB TE OT OG CB OL FS DE OL TB DB WR DE TB DT LB OT LB LB P/PK LB F C DL WR FS LS/TE

Ht 5-10 6-2 6-0 6-4 6-4 6-0 6-5 5-11 6-1 6-5 6-2 6-3 6-4 5-10 6-5 6-1 6-4 6-5 6-0 6-3 6-2 5-9 6-7 5-11 6-4 6-3 6-2 6-7 6-4 6-0 6-0 5-10 6-0 6-2 6-4 6-1 6-5 6-5 6-5 6-1 6-5 6-0 6-3 6-4 5-11 6-1 6-4 6-4 6-0 6-2 6-1 6-5 6-1 6-3 6-1 6-4 6-1 6-1 6-4 5-11 5-10 6-3

Wt 178 225 260 255 305 232 228 207 241 249 222 236 320 186 301 280 240 290 231 205 216 178 302 205 290 201 320 259 257 191 232 198 228 245 286 221 259 319 307 203 260 192 265 279 191 177 208 269 223 276 213 321 213 249 210 220 238 298 285 188 189 239

Age 20 20 19 21 20 21 18 20 19 20 19 18 18 19 22 21 21 21 19 21 21 20 20 20 21 21 18 20 18 22 19 20 20 19 19 23 20 21 19 20 20 20 19 18 18 18 20 20 18 22 18 22 19 20 20 21 20 21 18 19 19 20

DOB 05/23/90 03/10/90 02/07/91 07/10/89 01/10/90 11/17/88 03/18/92 05/26/90 04/23/91 05/18/90 06/10/91 04/13/92 09/16/91 04/13/91 12/10/87 08/12/89 09/28/88 06/01/89 10/18/90 05/10/89 06/27/89 05/21/90 03/07/90 02/11/90 03/18/89 10/03/88 03/25/92 01/16/90 12/03/91 09/02/87 08/01/91 10/23/89 05/31/90 03/18/91 03/07/91 08/16/87 06/17/90 12/05/88 05/17/91 03/01/90 03/24/90 08/01/90 10/12/90 10/15/91 09/18/91 05/11/92 08/01/90 07/24/90 08/02/92 01/12/88 02/29/92 06/11/88 04/11/91 02/27/90 09/27/89 06/08/89 06/24/90 06/03/89 07/07/92 04/40/91 11/10/90 01/12/90

Yr So.* So.* Fr.* Jr.* Jr. Jr.* Fr. So. Fr.* So.* So. Fr. Fr.* So. Sr.* So.* Jr.* Jr.* Jr. So.* Fr.* So.* So.* Jr. Jr.* Jr. Fr. So.* Fr. Sr.* Fr.* So.* Fr.* Fr.* So. Sr.* Jr. Jr.* So. So.* So.* So. So.* Fr. Fr. Fr. So.* Jr. Fr. Sr.* Fr. Sr.* Fr. So.* So.* Jr.* So.* Jr.* Fr. Fr.* Fr.* So.*

Exp 2V 1V 1V 3V 2V 3V HS JC 1V 2V 1V HS 1V 1V 4V 2V HS 3V 2V 2V 1V 2V 2V 2V 3V 2V HS 1V HS 4V 1V 2V 1V 1V JC 2V 2V 3V 1V 2V 2V 1V 2V HS HS HS 2V 2V HS 4V HS 4V HS 2V 2V 3V 1V 2V HS 1V 1V 2V

Hometown High School/Last School Long Beach, CA Mater Dei South Pasadena, CA South Pasadena/Tulane Fontana, CA Bloomington Los Angeles, CA Verbum Dei Mission Viejo, CA Mission Viejo Chino, CA Chino San Pedro, CA Loyola San Francisco, CA Archbishop Riordan HS/CCSF La Verne, CA Bishop Amat Palmdale, CA Palmdale Alta Loma, CA Los Osos Columbus, OH Brookhaven Visalia, CA El Diamante Inglewood, CA Cathedral Fontana, CA Kaiser North Hills, CA Birmingham Menlo Park, CA Sacred Heart San Diego, CA Mira Mesa Fullerton, CA Troy Surfside, CA Edison Orem, UT Orem Woodland Hills, CA Notre Dame Altaville, CA Bret Harte Corona, CA Santiago Inglewood, CA Verbum Dei Overland Park, KS Blue Valley West Walpahu, HI Iolani Encino, CA Notre Dame/Crespi Fresno, CA Edison Pacific Palisades, CA Notre Dame San Pedro, CA San Pedro Los Angeles, CA Dorsey Arcadia, CA Arcadia Las Vegas, NV Silverado Woodcreek HS/American River CC Roseville, CA San Clemente, CA Saddleback JC/San Clemente HS Chino Hills, CA Chino Hills Duarte, CA Duarte Kapolei, HI Kapolei Compton, CA Dominguez Los Alamitos, CA Los Alamitos Mililani, HI Punahou Grand Terrace, CA Colton Scottsdale, AZ Saguro Corona, CA Corona Los Angeles, CA Cathedral Venice, CA Venice Compton, CA Compton Agoura Hills, CA Oaks Christian Palm Springs, CA Palm Springs Fresno, CA Hoover Mililani, HI Mililani Norco, CA Norco Santa Clarita, CA Hart Glendale, AZ Mountain Ridge Chandler, AZ Hamilton Rolling Hills Estates, CA Chadwick/Arizona State Wailuku, HI Baldwin/Colorado Simi Valley, CA Oaks Christian Victorville, CA Centennial Mission Viejo, CA Mission Viejo Nashville, TN Ensworth


ROSTER Alphabetical 12 4 47 3 94 88 23 7 22 4 24 39 88 1 83 77 41 2 72 43 3 17 91 66 96 25 14 29 45 7 75 11 62 71 99 85 52 35

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* * * *** * ** *** ** * ** ** * *

** ** *

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McDonald, Tevin McKay, Stan Medina, Ryan** Moore, Rahim Odighizuwa, Owamagbe Olaniyan, Aramide Pollard, Marlon Presley, Morrell Price, Sheldon Prince, Kevin Ramirez, Christian Rees, Danny** Rice, Jr., Jerry** Riley, Dietrich Rosario, Nelson Savage, Darius Schmitt, Mike Sermons, Brandon Sheller, Sean Sloan, Steve Smith, Josh Smith, Kip Stokes, Reginald Taylor, Ryan Tepa, Iuta Thigpen, Damien Tunney, Clayton** Turner, E.J.** Umodu, Tobi Viney, Courtney Ward, Chris Westgate, Sean Williams, Eddie Yandall, Wade Yelich, Andrew** Young, John Yount, Christian Zumwalt, Jordan

DB SS LB FS DL LB CB F CB QB F P WR DB WR OG LB CB OT LB WR PK DE C DE F QB CB F CB OL LB OG OG/T TE TE LS LB

6-0 6-1 6-3 6-1 6-4 6-2 6-0 6-4 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-3 5-11 6-0 6-5 6-4 6-1 5-11 6-5 6-4 6-0 6-0 6-3 6-3 6-1 5-8 6-4 5-9 5-11 5-8 6-4 5-11 6-1 6-4 6-3 6-3 6-1 6-4

183 194 240 196 240 202 177 222 178 230 215 188 192 201 218 339 231 177 300 228 197 216 272 298 248 178 213 200 240 168 318 217 329 329 223 260 243 225

18 20 20 20 18 17 18 19 19 20 22 22 19 18 20 22 22 19 23 22 22 18 22 22 19 19 23 19 22 21 18 20 21 18 19 18 22 18

07/17/92 04/24/90 07/10/90 02/11/90 04/01/92 09/17/92 09/26/91 04/26/91 03/26/91 11/28/89 08/06/88 05/17/88 07/27/91 05/14/92 12/24/89 01/18/88 04/10/88 06/01/91 07/05/87 08/13/88 12/29/87 06/04/92 12/23/87 08/29/88 04/22/91 07/09/91 05/15/87 06/28/91 05/01/88 07/20/89 09/22/91 12/09/89 12/25/88 06/22/92 05/14/91 05/21/92 07/08/88 10/13/91

Fr. Fr.* So.* Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr.* So. So. So.* Sr.* Sr.* Fr.* Fr. Jr. Sr.* Sr.* So. Sr.* Jr.* Jr.* Fr. Sr.* Sr.* So. So. Jr.* Fr.* Sr.* Jr.* Fr. Jr. Sr.* Fr. Fr.* Fr. Sr. Fr.

HS 1V 2V 2V HS HS 1V 1V 1V 2V 4V 4V 1V HS 2V 4V 3V 1V 3V 3V 1V HS 4V 1V 1V 1V 1V 1V 4V 3V HS 2V 1V HS 1V HS 3V HS

Fresno, CA Long Beach, CA Oxnard, CA Los Angeles, CA Portland, OR Bowie, MD San Bernardino, CA Carson, CA Chino Hills, CA Los Angeles, CA El Centro, CA Lake Bluff, IL Atherton, CA Pasadena, CA Oceanside, CA San Diego, CA Peoria, AZ Diamond Bar, CA Walnut, CA Campbell, CA Moorpark, CA Broomfield, CO Montgomery, AL Denison, TX Long Beach, CA Gainesville,VA Carlsbad, CA Ventura, CA West Covina, CA Fresno, CA Huntington Beach, CA Oak Park, CA Kalihi, HI Carson, CA Newport Beach, CA Redondo Beach, CA Coto de Caza, CA Huntington Beach, CA

Edison Poly St. Bonaventure Dorsey Douglas Woodberry Forest Cajon Carson Bishop Amat Crespi Imperial Lake Forest Menlo St. Francis El Camino Morse Phoenix College/Cactus HS Diamond Ranch Walnut Archbishop Mitty Colorado/Moorpark Legacy Carver Tyler College/Denison HS Poly Stonewall Jackson La Costa Canyon/UC Davis Ventura South Hills Edison Mater Dei Oak Park Mt. SAC College Carson Mater Dei Loyola Tesoro Edison

(Ages as of first game - 9/4/10; ** after name indicates non-scholarship player; *under class indicates has used redshirt year; *next to uniform number indicates letters won; ##not eligible to compete this season)

BRUIN IN-SEASON BIRTHDAYS September 2 - Kai Forbath (23) 16 - Greg Capella (19) 17 - Aramide Olaniyan (18) 18 - Jordon James (19) 22 - Chris Ward (19) 26 - Marlon Pollard (19) 27 - Jeff Locke (21) 28 - Greg Casiaro (22)

October 3 - Taylor Embree (22) 12 - Damien Holmes (20) 13 - Jordan Zumwalt (19) 15 - Cody Innes (19) 18 - Derrick Coleman (20) 23 - Johnathan Franklin (21)

November 10 - Alex Mascarenas (20) 17 - Lucas Barbosa (22) 28 - Kevin Prince (21)

December 3 - Wesley Flowers (19) 5 - Mike Harris (22) 9 - Sean Westgate (21) 10 - David Carter (23) 23 - Reginald Stokes (23) 24 - Nelson Rosario (21) 25 - Eddie Williams (22) 29 - Josh Smith (23)

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ROSTER Numerical No. 1 * 1 2 * 2 3 ** 3 4 * 4 6 ** 6 7 ** 7 * 8 8 9 9 10 ** 11 11 ** 12 * 12 14 15 17 * 17 18 * 18 19 * 20 ** 20 21 22 * 23 * 23 24 *** 25 *** 25 * 26 * 27 28 29 30 32 33 ** 35 35 36 37 39 * 41 ** 42 * 43 ** 45 45 46 47 48 48 49 51 * 52 *** 55

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Name Carroll, Randall Riley, Dietrich Sermons, Brandon Barr, Anthony Moore, Rahim Smith, Josh Prince, Kevin McKay, Stan Dye, Tony James, Jordon Viney, Courtney Presley, Morrell Fauria, Joseph Jefferson, Anthony Carter, Donovan Johnson, Jerry Ayers, Akeem Bell, Darius Westgate, Sean Brehaut, Richard McDonald, Tevin Tunney, Clayton** Mascarenas, Alex Allen, David** Smith, Kip Locke, Jeff Crissman, Nick Hilliard, Dalton Love, Glenn Marvray, Ricky Hester, Aaron Price, Sheldon Franklin, Johnathan Pollard, Marlon Ramirez, Christian Forbath, Kai Thigpen, Damien Abbott, Andrew** Dickmann, Jeff** Jones, Malcolm Turner, E.J.** Kendricks, Eric Franco, Robert** Coleman, Derrick Magee, Andy** Zumwalt, Jordan Allmond, Jayson Barbosa, Lucas** Rees, Danny** Schmitt, Mike Larimore, Patrick Sloan, Steve Umodu, Tobi Cusick, Alek** Guzman, Frank ** Medina, Ryan** Koster, Jared McDermott, Kevin** Bryant, Derrick Maiava, Kai Yount, Christian Golper, Todd

Pos. WR DB CB TB FS WR QB SS SS TB CB F TE DB DT WR LB QB LB QB DB QB FS LB PK P/PK QB FS LB WR CB CB TB CB F PK F CB CB TB CB LB F TB F LB F LB P LB LB LB F LB LB LB LB LS/TE DL C LS LB

Ht. 5-10 6-0 5-11 6-5 6-1 6-0 6-2 6-1 5-11 5-11 5-8 6-4 6-7 6-1 6-1 6-4 6-4 5-11 5-11 6-2 6-0 6-4 5-10 6-2 6-0 6-1 6-3 6-0 6-4 5-11 6-1 6-2 5-10 6-0 6-2 6-0 5-8 5-10 5-9 6-0 5-9 6-1 6-0 6-0 6-1 6-4 6-0 6-0 6-3 6-1 6-3 6-4 5-11 6-2 6-1 6-3 6-1 6-3 6-3 6-1 6-1 6-0

Wt. 186 201 177 228 196 197 230 194 205 191 168 222 259 177 280 208 255 207 217 222 183 213 189 225 216 210 205 192 220 188 203 178 198 177 215 191 178 178 178 223 200 213 232 231 238 225 260 232 188 231 249 228 240 216 221 240 213 239 236 298 243 228

Age 19 18 19 18 20 22 20 20 20 18 21 19 20 18 21 20 21 20 20 19 18 23 19 20 18 20 21 20 21 19 20 19 20 18 22 22 19 20 20 18 19 18 19 19 20 18 19 21 22 22 20 22 22 21 23 20 19 20 18 21 22 20

DOB 04/13/91 05/14/92 06/01/91 03/18/92 02/11/90 12/29/87 11/28/89 04/24/90 02/11/90 09/18/91 07/20/89 04/26/91 01/16/90 05/11/92 08/12/89 08/01/90 07/10/89 05/26/90 12/09/89 06/10/91 07/17/92 05/15/87 11/10/90 03/10/90 06/04/92 09/27/89 05/10/89 08/01/90 06/08/89 04/40/91 03/01/90 03/26/91 10/23/89 09/26/91 08/06/88 09/02/87 07/09/91 05/23/90 05/21/90 08/02/92 06/28/91 02/29/92 08/01/91 10/18/90 06/24/90 10/13/91 02/07/91 11/17/88 05/17/88 04/10/88 02/27/90 08/13/88 05/01/88 06/27/89 08/16/87 07/10/90 04/11/91 01/12/90 04/13/92 06/03/89 07/08/88 05/31/90

Yr. So. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. Jr.* So.* Fr.* Jr. Fr. Jr.* So. So.* Fr. So.* So.* Jr.* So. Jr. So. Fr. Jr.* Fr.* So.* Fr. So.* So.* So. Jr.* Fr.* So.* So. So.* Fr.* Sr.* Sr.* So. So.* So.* Fr. Fr.* Fr. Fr.* Jr. So.* Fr. Fr.* Jr.* Sr.* Sr.* So.* Jr.* Sr.* Fr.* Sr.* So.* Fr. So.* Fr. Jr.* Sr. Fr.*

Exp. 1V HS 1V HS 2V 1V 2V 1V 2V HS 3V 1V 1V HS 2V 2V 3V JC 2V 1V HS 1V 1V 1V HS 2V 2V 1V 3V 1V 2V 1V 2V 1V 4V 4V 1V 2V 2V HS 1V HS 1V 2V 1V HS 1V 3V 4V 3V 2V 3V 4V 1V 2V 2V HS 2V HS 2V 3V 1V

Hometown High School/Last School Inglewood, CA Cathedral Pasadena, CA St. Francis Diamond Bar, CA Diamond Ranch San Pedro, CA Loyola Los Angeles, CA Dorsey Moorpark, CA Colorado/Moorpark Los Angeles, CA Crespi Long Beach, CA Poly Corona, CA Santiago Corona, CA Corona Fresno, CA Edison Carson, CA Carson Encino, CA Notre Dame/Crespi Los Angeles, CA Cathedral North Hills, CA Birmingham Venice, CA Venice Los Angeles, CA Verbum Dei San Francisco, CA Archbishop Riordan HS/CCSF Oak Park, CA Oak Park Alta Loma, CA Los Osos Fresno, CA Edison Carlsbad, CA La Costa Canyon/UC Davis Mission Viejo, CA Mission Viejo South Pasadena, CA South Pasadena/Tulane Broomfield, CO Legacy Glendale, AZ Mountain Ridge Surfside, CA Edison Mililani, HI Punahou Chandler, AZ Hamilton Victorville, CA Centennial Compton, CA Dominguez Chino Hills, CA Bishop Amat Los Angeles, CA Dorsey San Bernardino, CA Cajon El Centro, CA Imperial Pacific Palisades, CA Notre Dame Gainesville,VA Stonewall Jackson Long Beach, CA Mater Dei Woodland Hills, CA Notre Dame Agoura Hills, CA Oaks Christian Ventura, CA Ventura Fresno, CA Hoover San Pedro, CA San Pedro Fullerton, CA Troy Rolling Hills Estates, CA Chadwick/Arizona State Huntington Beach, CA Edison Fontana, CA Bloomington Chino, CA Chino Lake Bluff, IL Lake Forest Peoria, AZ Phoenix College/Cactus HS Santa Clarita, CA Hart Campbell, CA Archbishop Mitty West Covina, CA South Hills Orem, UT Orem San Clemente, CA Saddleback JC/San Clemente HS Oxnard, CA St. Bonaventure Norco, CA Norco Nashville, TN Ensworth Columbus, OH Brookhaven Wailuku, HI Baldwin/Colorado Coto de Caza, CA Tesoro Arcadia, CA Arcadia


ROSTER Numerical 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 70 71 71 72 73 74 75 77 78 82 83 85 85 87 88 88 89 90 91 92 94 96 97 98 99 99

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** * **

*** *** ** ** ** ** ** ** * * **

Jones, Datone Flowers, Wesley Bowens, Isaiah Graham, Keenan Baca, Jeff Keane, Andy Williams, Eddie Innes, Kody Capella, Greg Harris, Mike Taylor, Ryan Griffiths, Casey Bradford, Connor Yandall, Wade Marsh, Cassius Sheller, Sean Kia, Micah Hasiak, Stan ## Ward, Chris Savage, Darius Downey, Brett Embree, Taylor Rosario, Nelson Carter, David Young, John Harkey, Cory Olaniyan, Aramide Rice, Jr., Jerry** Chandler, Nate Hill, Austin** Stokes, Reginald Casciaro, Greg Odighizuwa, Owamagbe Tepa, Iuta Holmes, Damien Epenesa, Seali’i Edison, Justin Yelich, Andrew**

DE DL LB DE OG DT OG OL C OT C OL OL OG/T DL OT OT OG OL OG OT WR WR DT TE TE LB WR DT OL DE DE DL DE DE DL DT TE

6-4 6-4 6-1 6-2 6-4 6-2 6-1 6-4 6-4 6-5 6-3 6-4 6-5 6-4 6-4 6-5 6-5 6-5 6-4 6-4 6-7 6-3 6-5 6-5 6-3 6-5 6-2 5-11 6-5 6-5 6-3 6-4 6-4 6-1 6-3 6-2 6-4 6-3

269 257 241 245 305 276 329 279 320 319 298 286 249 329 285 300 321 307 318 339 302 201 218 301 260 259 202 192 290 260 272 240 240 248 265 320 290 223

20 18 19 19 20 22 21 18 18 21 22 19 20 18 18 23 22 19 18 22 20 21 20 22 18 20 17 19 21 20 22 21 18 19 19 18 21 19

07/24/90 12/03/91 04/23/91 03/18/91 01/10/90 01/12/88 12/25/88 10/15/91 09/16/91 12/05/88 08/29/88 03/07/91 05/18/90 06/22/92 07/07/92 07/05/87 06/11/88 05/17/91 09/22/91 01/18/88 03/07/90 10/03/88 12/24/89 12/10/87 05/21/92 06/17/90 09/17/92 07/27/91 06/01/89 03/24/90 12/23/87 09/28/88 04/01/92 04/22/91 10/12/90 03/25/92 03/18/89 05/14/91

Jr. Fr. Fr.* Fr.* Jr. Sr.* Sr.* Fr. Fr.* Jr.* Sr.* So. So.* Fr. Fr. Sr.* Sr.* So. Fr. Sr.* So.* Jr. Jr. Sr.* Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr.* Jr.* So.* Sr.* Jr.* Fr. So. So.* Fr. Jr.* Fr.*

2V HS 1V 1V 2V 4V 1V HS 1V 3V 1V JC 2V HS HS 3V 4V 1V HS 4V 2V 2V 2V 4V HS 2V HS 1V 3V 2V 4V HS HS 1V 2V HS 3V 1V

Compton, CA Fresno, CA La Verne, CA Las Vegas, NV Mission Viejo, CA Palm Springs, CA Kalihi, HI Scottsdale, AZ Visalia, CA Duarte, CA Denison, TX Roseville, CA Palmdale, CA Carson, CA Simi Valley, CA Walnut, CA Mililani, HI Kapolei, HI Huntington Beach, CA San Diego, CA Altaville, CA Overland Park, KS Oceanside, CA Fontana, CA Redondo Beach, CA Chino Hills, CA Bowie, MD Atherton, CA San Diego, CA Los Alamitos, CA Montgomery, AL Menlo Park, CA Portland, OR Long Beach, CA Grand Terrace, CA Walpahu, HI Inglewood, CA Newport Beach, CA

Compton Edison Bishop Amat Silverado Mission Viejo Palm Springs Mt. SAC College Saguro El Diamante Duarte Tyler College/Denison HS Woodcreek HS/American River CC Palmdale Carson Oaks Christian Walnut Mililani Kapolei Mater Dei Morse Bret Harte Blue Valley West El Camino Kaiser Loyola Chino Hills Woodberry Forest Menlo Mira Mesa Los Alamitos Carver Sacred Heart Douglas Poly Colton Iolani Verbum Dei Mater Dei

(Ages as of first game - 9/4/10; ** after name indicates non-scholarship player; *under class indicates has used redshirt year; *next to uniform number indicates letters won; ##not eligible to compete this season)

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Coaches Chuck Bullough — BULL-uh Clark Lea — like "Lee" Rick Neuheisel — NEW-high-zel Bob Palcic — PAL-sick Players Akeem Ayers — ah-KEEM Richard Brehaut — BREE-ho Sealii Epenesa — say-ah-LEE-ee Epp-n-ESS-uh Joseph Fauria — FOUR-eee-aaa Stan Hasiak — HAY-zee-ack

Kody Innes — IN-us Datone Jones — DAY-tone Andy Keane — KEEN Micah Kia — MY-kuh KEE-uh Jared Koster — COST-her Kai Maiava — my-AH-vuh Ricky Marvray — MAR-vray Alex Mascarenas — Mask-kuh-RAIN-us Owamagbe Odighizuwa — Oh-wah-MAH-bay Oh-DIGGY-zoo-wah Aramide Olaniyan — Are-ME-day Oh-lan-EEE-an Morrell Presley — more-ELL

Dietrich Riley — D-trick Iuta Tepa — YOU-tuh TEH-puh Damien Thigpen — THIG-pen Tobi Umodu — like "Toby" / Ooh-MOW-do Courtney Viney — VYE-knee Wade Yandall — Yandle Jordan Zumwalt — ZUM-walt

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DEPTH CHART (tentative) OFFENSE SE 83 9 20 88

Nelson Rosario (6-5, 218, Jr.) (2) Jerry Johnson (6-4, 208, So.**) or Ricky Marvray (5-11, 188, Fr.**) Jerry Rice, Jr. (5-11, 192, Fr.**)

LT

72 78 70

Sean Sheller (6-5, 300, Sr.**) Brett Downey (6-7, 302, So.**) Connor Bradford (6-5, 249, So.**)

LG

60 Jeff Baca (6-4, 305, Jr.) (13) 77 Darius Savage (6-4, 339, Sr.**) (1)

C

51 66 64

Kai Maiava (6-1, 298, Jr.**) (12) or Ryan Taylor (6-3, 298, Sr.**) (2 at RG) Greg Capella (6-4, 320, Fr.**)

RG

62 71

Eddie Williams (6-1, 329, Sr.) (6) Wade Yandall (6-4, 329, Fr.)

RT

65 73

Mike Harris (6-5, 319, Jr.**) (13) Micah Kia (6-5, 321, Sr.**)

TE

87 Cory Harkey (6-5, 259, Jr.) (3) 8 Joseph Fauria (6-7, 259, So.**) 48 Kevin McDermott (6-3, 239, So.**)

QB

4 12 18

Kevin Prince (6-2, 230, So.**) (11) Richard Brehaut (6-2, 222, So.) Nick Crissman (6-3, 205, So.**)

F

25 7 24 36 45

Damien Thigpen (5-8, 178, So.) or Morrell Presley (6-4, 222, So.) (1) Christian Ramirez (6-2, 215, Sr.**) (1) Jayson Allmond (6-0, 260, Fr.**) Tobi Umodu (5-11, 240, Sr.**)

TB

33 23

Derrick Coleman (6-0, 231, Jr.) (1) or Johnathan Franklin (5-10, 198, So.**) (8)

FL

82 3 1

Taylor Embree (6-3, 201, Jr.) (12) Josh Smith (6-0, 197, Jr.**) Randall Carroll (5-10, 186, So.)

( ) indicates number of games started in 2009 season **indicates utilized redshirt year italics indicates non-scholarship player

66

DEFENSE LE 56 Datone Jones (6-4, 269, Jr.) (13) 97 Damien Holmes (6-3, 265, So.**) or 91 Reginald Stokes (6-3, 272, Sr.**) DT

99 Justin Edison (6-4, 290, Jr.**) 61 Andy Keane (6-2, 276, Sr.**) 9 Donovan Carter (6-1, 280, So.**)

DT

85 David Carter (6-5, 301, Sr.**) or 89 Nate Chandler (6-5, 290, Jr.**)

RE

59 Keenan Graham (6-2, 245, Fr.**) or 96 Iuta Tepa (6-1, 248, So.)

SLB

10 Akeem Ayers (6-4, 255, Jr.**) (13) 58 Isaiah Bowens (6-1, 241, Fr.**) 17 David Allen (6-2, 225, So.**)

MLB

43 42 55

Steve Sloan (6-4, 228, Jr.**) or Patrick Larimore (6-3, 249, Fr.**) Todd Golper (6-0, 228, Fr.**)

WLB 11 20 48 41

Sean Westgate (5-11, 217, Jr.) (1) or Glenn Love (6-4, 220, Jr.**) Jared Koster (6-1, 213, Fr.) Mike Schmitt (6-1, 231, Sr.**)

LC

22 7 2

Sheldon Price (6-2, 178, So.) (11) Courtney Viney (5-8, 168, Jr.**) (1) Brandon Sermons (5-11, 177, So.)

SS

6 4

Tony Dye (5-11, 205, Jr.) (13) Stan McKay (6-1, 194, Fr.**)

FS

3 Rahim Moore (6-1, 196, Jr.) (13) 19 Dalton Hilliard (6-0, 192, So.) 15 Alex Mascarenas (5-10, 189, Fr.**)

RC

21 Aaron Hester (6-1, 203, So.**) (1) or 26 Andrew Abbott (5-10, 178, So.**) (1) 23 Marlon Pollard (6-0, 177, Fr.**)

SPECIALISTS PK 25 Kai Forbath (6-0, 191, Sr.**) (13) 18 Jeff Locke (6-1, 210, So.**) KO 18 Jeff Locke (6-1, 210, So.**) (13) 25 Kai Forbath (6-0, 191, Sr.**) P 18 Jeff Locke (6-1, 210, So.**) (13) 39 Danny Rees (6-3, 188, Sr.**)^ LS 52 Christian Yount (6-1, 243, Sr.) (13) H 39 Danny Rees (6-3, 188, Sr.**)^ (13) PR TBD KOR TBD


2010 OPPONENT INFO

1 at DIEGO KANSAS STATE SAN STATE september 4 - 2:30 p.m. CT september 5th manhattan, ks

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Manhattan, KS Home Stadium: Snyder Family Stadium (50,000) Stadium Surface: FieldTurf Conference: Big 12 Nickname: Wildcats Colors: Purple and White President: Dr. Kirk Schulz Athletics Director: John Currie

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Bill Snyder(William Jewel ’63) Best Time To Reach Coach: contact SID Snyder’s All-Time Record: 142-74-1,18 years 2009 Record (Conf.): 6-6 (4-4, 2nd North) Returning Lettermen: 41 Returning Starters: 15 UCLA All-Time vs. KSU: 1-0 Snyder vs. UCLA: 0-1 Rick Neuheisel vs. KSU: 3-3, 1-0 at UCLA, 0-1at Washington, 2-2 at Colorado Last UCLA Win: 23-9, 2009 (Rose Bowl) Last KSU Win: na

SPORTS INFORMATION Football SID: Kenny Lannou Phone: (785) 532-7977 Email: klannou@k-state.edu Assistant SID FB: Ryan Lackey Sports Info Fax: (785) 532-6093 Press Box Number: (785) 539-3423 Website: www.k-statesports.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Stanford, CA 94305-6150 Home Stadium: Stanford Stadium (50,000) Stadium Surface: Natural Grass Conference: Pacific-10 Nickname: Cardinal Colors: Cardinal & White President: John Hennessy Athletics Director: Bob Bowlsby

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Jim Harbaugh (Michigan ’86) Best Time To Reach Coach: contact SID Harbaugh’s All-Time Record: 17-20, 3 years 2009 Record (Conf.): 8-5 (6-3, T-2nd) Returning Lettermen: 43 Returning Starters: 17 UCLA All-Time vs. Stanford: 45-32-3 Harbaugh vs. UCLA: 1-2 Rick Neuheisel vs. Stanford: 4-1; 1-1 at UCLA, 3-0 at Washington Last UCLA Win: 23-20, 2008 (Rose Bowl) Last Stanford Win: 24-16, 2009 (Stanford)

SPORTS INFORMATION Football SID: Jim Young SID Phone: (650) 721-1989 SID Email: jfyoung@stanford.edu Sports Info Fax: (650) 725-2957 Press Box Number: (650) 723-4418 Website: gostanford.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Houston, TX Home Stadium: Robertson Stadium (32,000) Stadium Surface: Grass Conference: Conference USA Nickname: Cougars Colors: Scarlet and White President: Dr. Renu Khator Athletics Director: Mack Rhoades

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Kevin Sumlin (Purdue ’88) Best Time To Reach Coach: contact SID Sumlin’s All-Time Record: 18-9, 2 years 2009 Record (Conf.): 10-4 (6-2, 1st West) Returning Lettermen: 47 Returning Starters: 18 UCLA All-Time vs. Houston: 2-2 Sumlin vs. UCLA: 0-0 Rick Neuheisel vs. Houston: 0-0 Last UCLA Win: 42-24, 1998 (Houston) Last UH Win: 24-16, 1979 (LA Coliseum)

SPORTS INFORMATION Football SID: Chris Burkhalter Phone: (713) 743-9404 Email: burkhalter@uh.edu Assistant SID FB: Jeff Conrad Sports Info Fax: (713) 743-9411 Press Box Number: (713)743-0550/-0560 Website: www. uhcougars.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Austin, TX Home Stadium: DKR - Texas Memorial Stadium (100,119) Stadium Surface: FieldTurf Conference: Big 12 Nickname: Longhorns Colors: Burnt Orange and White President: William Powers, Jr. Athletics Director: DeLoss Dodds

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Mack Brown (Florida St. ’74) Best Time To Reach Coach: contact SID Brown’s All-Time UT Record: 128-27, 13 years 2009 Record (Conf.): 13-1 (8-0, 1st South) Returning Lettermen: 44 Returning Starters: 14 UCLA All-Time vs. Texas: 2-2 Brown vs. UCLA: 0-1 Rick Neuheisel vs. Texas: 2-1, 0-1 at UW, 2-0 at Colorado Last UCLA Win: 49-31, 1998 (Rose Bowl) Last UT Win: 28-10, 1971 (LA Coliseum)

SPORTS INFORMATION Football SID: John Bianco Phone: (512) 471-1346 Email: john.bianco@athletics.utexas.edu Assoc. SID FB: Thomas Stepp Assoc. SID FB: Jeremy Sharpe Sports Info Fax: (512) 471-6040 Press Box Number: (512) 471-1641 Website: www. MackBrown-TexasFootball. com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Pullman, WA 99164-1602 Home Stadium: Martin Stadium (35,117) Stadium Surface: FieldTurf Conference: Pacific-10 Nickname: Cougars Colors: Crimson and Gray President: Elson S. Floyd Athletics Director: Bill Moos

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Paul Wulff (Wash. St. ’90) Best Time To Reach Coach: contact SID Wulff’s All-Time Record: 56-62 (10 years) 2009 Record (Conf.): 1-11 (0-9, 10th) Returning Lettermen: 48 Returning Starters: 16 UCLA All-Time vs. WSU: 37-18-1 Wulff vs. UCLA: 0-2 Rick Neuheisel vs. WSU: 7-0; 2-0 at UCLA, 4-0 at Washington, 1-0 at Colorado Last UCLA Win: 43-7, 2009 (Pullman) Last WSU Win: 27-7, 2007 (Pullman)

SPORTS INFORMATION Football SID: Bill Stevens Phone: (509) 335-COUG Email: wsstevens@wsu.edu Assistant SIDs: Joe Nickell, Linda Chalich, Craig Lawson, Jessica Schmick Sports Info Fax: (509) 335-0267 Press Box Number: (509) 335-COUG Website: www.wsucougars.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Berkeley, CA 94720 Home Stadium: Memorial Stadium (71,799) Stadium Surface: Sportexe Turf Conference: Pacific-10 Nickname: Golden Bears Colors: Blue and Gold Chancellor: Dr. Robert J. Bireneau Athletics Director: Sandy Barbour

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Jeff Tedford (Fresno St. ’83) Best Time To Reach Coach: contact SID Tedford’s All-Time Record: 67-35, 8 years 2009 Record (Conf.): 8-5 (5-4, T5th) Returning Lettermen: 55 Returning Starters: 20 UCLA All-Time vs. Cal: 49-30-1 Tedford vs. UCLA: 5-3 Rick Neuheisel vs. Cal: 3-3; 0-2 at UCLA, 3-1 at Washington Last UCLA Win: 30-21, 2007 (Rose Bowl) Last Cal Win: 45-26, 2009 (Rose Bowl)

SPORTS INFORMATION Football SID: Kyle McRae Phone: (510) 219-9340 Email: mcrae@berkeley.edu Sports Info Fax: (510) 643-7778 Press Box Number: (510) 642-3098 Website: www.calbears.com

time tbd the rose bowl

2 STANFORD

september 11 - 7:30 p.m. the rose bowl

3 HOUSTON

september 18 - 7:30 p.m. the rose bowl

4 at TEXAS september 25 - 2:30/7 p.m. CT austin, tx

5 WASHINGTON STATE october 2 - 12:30 p.m. the rose bowl

6 CALIFORNIA

october 9 - time tbd p.m. berkeley, ca

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2010 OPPONENT INFO

7 at OREGON SAN DIEGO STATE october 21 - 6:00 p.m.

september eugene, or5th time tbd the rose bowl

8 ARIZONA

october 30 - time tbd p.m. the rose bowl

9 OREGON STATE

november 6 - time tbd p.m. the rose bowl

10 at WASHINGTON november 18 - 5:00 p.m. seattle, wa

11 at ARIZONA STATE

november 26 - 1:30 p.m. MT tempe, az

12 USC

december 4 - time tbd p.m. the rose bowl

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GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Eugene, OR 97401 Home Stadium: Autzen Stadium (54,000) Stadium Surface: FieldTurf Conference: Pacific-10 Nickname: Ducks Colors: Green and Yellow President: Richard Lariviere Athletics Director: Rob Mullens

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Chip Kelly (New Hampshire ’90) Best Time To Reach Coach: contact SID Kelly’s All-Time Record: 10-3 (1 year) 2009 Record (Conf.): 10-3 (8-1, 1st) Returning Lettermen: 46 Returning Starters: 17 UCLA All-Time vs. Oregon: 39-24 Kelly vs. UCLA: 1-0 Rick Neuheisel vs. Oregon: 4-3; 0-2 at UCLA, 2-1 at Washington, 2-0 at Colorado Last UCLA Win: 16-0, 2007 (Rose Bowl) Last Oregon Win: 24-10, 2009 (Rose Bowl)

SPORTS INFORMATION Football SID: Dave Williford SID Phone: (541) 346-5488 SID Email: diw@uoregon.edu Assistant SID FB: Andy McNamara Phone: (541) 346-2253 Email: mcnamar@uoregon.edu Sports Info Fax: (541) 346-5449 Press Box Number: (541) 346-7074 Website: www.goducks.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Tucson, AZ 85719 Home Stadium: Arizona Stadium (57,400) Stadium Surface: Natural Grass Conference: Pacific-10 Nickname: Wildcats Colors: Cardinal and Navy President: Dr. Robert Shelton Athletics Director: Greg Byrne

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Mike Stoops (Iowa ’86) Best Time To Reach Coach:Wed.-Th. 1-2 pm Stoops’ All-Time Record: 33-39 (6 years) 2009 Record (Conf.): 8-5 (6-3, T2nd) Returning Lettermen: 42 Returning Starters:16 UCLA All-Time vs. UA: 19-13-2 Stoops vs. UCLA: 4-2 Rick Neuheisel vs. UA: 4-2; 0-2 at UCLA, 4-0 at Washington Last UCLA Win: 27-7, 2006 (Rose Bowl) Last UA Win: 27-13, 2009 (Tucson) FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Mike Riley (Alabama ’75) Best Time To Reach Coach: contact SID Riley’s All-Time Record: 64-47 (9 years) 2009 Record (Conf.): 8-5 (6-3, T2nd) Returning Lettermen: 56 Returning Starters: 18 UCLA All-Time vs. OSU: 39-15-4 Riley vs. UCLA: 2-5 Rick Neuheisel vs. OSU: 3-3, 0-2 at UCLA, 3-1 at Washington Last UCLA Win: 40-14, 2007 (Corvallis) Last OSU Win: 26-19, 2009 (Corvallis)

SPORTS INFORMATION Football SID: Tom Duddleston Phone: (520) 621-4163 Email: tduddles@arizona.edu Assistant FB SID: Blair Willis Phone: (520) 621-0914 Email: bmw23@email.arizona.edu Sports Info Fax: (520) 621-2681 Press Box Number: (520) 621-2801 Website: www.arizonaathletics.edu

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Seattle, WA 98195 Home Stadium: Husky Stadium (72,500) Stadium Surface: FieldTurf Conference: Pacific-10 Nickname: Huskies Colors: Purple and Gold President: Dr. Mark Emmert Athletics Director: Scott Woodward

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Steve Sarkisian (BYU ’97) Best Time To Reach Coach: contact SID Sarkisian’s All-Time Record: 5-7 (1 year) 2009 Record (Conf.): 5-7 (4-5, 7th) Returning Lettermen: 50 Returning Starters: 18 UCLA All-Time vs. UW: 38-29-2 Sarkisian vs. UCLA: 0-1 Rick Neuheisel vs. UW: 3-0, 2-0 at UCLA, 1-0 at Colorado Last UCLA Win: 24-23, 2009 (Rose Bowl) Last UW Win: 29-19, 2006 (Seattle)

SPORTS INFORMATION Football SID: Jeff Bechthold Phone: (206) 685-7910 Email: bechtold@uw.edu Assistant SID FB: Jeremy Cothran Email: cothranj@uw.edu Sports Info Fax: (206) 543-5000 Press Box Number: (206) 543-2230 Website: www.gohuskies.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Tempe, AZ 85287-2505 Home Stadium: Sun Devil Stadium (71,706) Stadium Surface: Natural Grass Conference: Pacific-10 Nickname: Sun Devils Colors: Maroon and Gold President: Michael Crow Athletics Director: Lisa Love

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Dennis Erickson (Montana St. ’70) Best Time To Reach Coach: contact SID Erickson’s All-Time Record: 167-83-1, 21 years 2009 Record (Conf.): 4-8 (2-7, 9th) Returning Lettermen: 51 Returning Starters: 13 UCLA All-Time vs. ASU: 16-9-1 Erickson vs. UCLA: 5-3; 2-1 at ASU Rick Neuheisel vs. ASU: 3-3; 1-1 at UCLA, 2-2 at Washington Last UCLA Win: 23-13, 2009 (Rose Bowl) Last ASU Win: 34-9, 2008 (Tempe)

SPORTS INFORMATION Football SID: Mark Brand Phone: (480) 965-6592 Email: mark.brand@asu.edu Dir. Media Relations: Doug Tammaro Phone: (480) 965-6592 Email: tammaro@asu.edu Assistant SID FB: Randy Policar Phone: (480) 965-6592 Email: randy.policar@asu.edu Sports Info Fax: (480) 965-5408 Press Box Number: (480) 965-6207 Website: www.thesundevils.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Los Angeles, CA 90089 Home Stadium: Memorial Coliseum (92,000) Stadium Surface: Natural Grass Conference: Pacific-10 Nickname: Trojans Colors: Cardinal and Gold President: C.L. Max Nikias Athletics Director: Pat Haden

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: Lane Kiffin (Fresno St. ’98) Best Time To Reach Coach: contact SID Kiffin’s All-Time Record: 7-6 (1 year) 2009 Record (Conf.): 9-4 (5-4, T5th) Returning Lettermen: 53 Returning Starters: 12 UCLA All-Time vs. USC: 28-44-7 Kiffin vs. UCLA: 0-1 Rick Neuheisel vs. USC: 1-3; 0-2 at UCLA, 1-1 at Washington Last UCLA Win: 13-9, 2006 (Rose Bowl) Last USC Win: 28-7, 2009 (LA Coliseum)

SPORTS INFORMATION Football SID: Tim Tessalone Phone: (213) 740-8480 Email: tessalon@usc.edu Assistant SID FB: Paul Goldberg Phone: (213) 740-3805 Email: pgoldberg@usc.edu Sports Info Fax: (213) 740-7584 Press Box Number: (213) 741-1341 Website: www.usctrojans.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Corvallis, OR 97331 Home Stadium: Reser Stadium (45,674) Stadium Surface: FieldTurf Conference: Pacific-10 Nickname: Beavers Colors: Orange and Black President: Dr. Edward Ray Athletics Director: Bob De Carolis

SPORTS INFORMATION Football SID: Steve Fenk Phone: (541) 737-3720 Email: steve.fenk@orst.edu Assistant SID FB: Jason Amberg Phone: (541) 737-7469 Email: jason.amberg@oregonstate.edu Sports Info Fax: (541) 737-3072 Press Box Number: (541) 737-2410 Website: www.osubeavers.com


2010 OPPONENT INFO DATE

KANSAS STATE

SEPT. 4

TEXAS STATE UCLA SACRAMENTO STATE

STANFORD

SEPT. 11 MISSOURI at UCLA STATE IOWA STATE SEPT. 18 (Kansas City, MO) WAKE FOREST at CENTRAL SEPT. 25 FLORIDA NOTRE DAME OCT. 2

Bye

HOUSTON

at UCLA

Sept. 10 UTEP

at UCLA

at OREGON

WASHINGTON STATE at at RICE OKLAHOMA ST. MONTANA WYOMING STATE at at TEXAS TECH SMU TEXAS

DEC. 4

OREGON

ARIZONA

UC DAVIS

NEW MEXICO

Sept. 3 at TOLEDO

COLORADO Sept. 17 at NEVADA at ARIZONA

at TENNESSEE THE CITADEL PORTLAND IOWA STATE at Bye ARIZONA ST

TULANE

UCLA

USC

Bye

OKLAHOMA (Dallas, TX)

at UCLA

Bye

STANFORD

CAL

OREGON

UCLA

at WASH. STATE

OREGON STATE at WASH. STATE

Oct. 7 MISSISSIPPI USC Bye STATE NEBRASKA at at at OCT. 16 Bye KANSAS RICE NEBRASKA at at IOWA OCT. 23 BAYLOR WASHINGTON STATE SMU STATE at OKLAHOMA at BAYLOR OCT. 30 STATE WASHINGTON MEMPHIS Nov. 5 at NOV. 6 TEXAS ARIZONA CENTRAL FLA. KANSAS STATE at at OKLAHOMA TULSA NOV. 13 MISSOURI ARIZONA ST. STATE at at SOUTHERN FLORIDA at NOV. 20 COLORADO MISSISSIPPI ATLANTIC CAL Nov. 25 at at NOV. 27 NORTH TEXAS OREGON ST. TEXAS TECH TEXAS A&M OCT. 9

CALIFORNIA

OREGON WASHINGTON ARIZONA STATE STATE at TCU PORTLAND BYU (Arlington, TX) STATE NORTHERN SYRACUSE ARIZONA Bye at LOUISVILLE NEBRASKA WISCONSIN at OREGON Bye BOISE ST. at ARIZONA at STATE OREGON ST. USC at at ARIZONA ARIZONA ST WASHINGTON at OREGON Bye WASHINGTON STATE at at Bye ARIZONA CAL

USC Sept. 2 at HAWAII VIRGINIA at MINNESOTA at WASH. STATE WASHINGTON at STANFORD

at Bye CAL USC at Oct. 21 WASHINGTON ARIZONA Bye STANFORD STATE UCLA at at USC CAL STANFORD WASHINGTON OREGON at UCLA ARIZONA ST. OREGON ST. STATE at at at ARIZONA WASHINGTON STANFORD at UCLA at OREGON CAL USC STATE WASH. STATE at at at WASHINGTON Bye USC STANFORD ARIZONA STATE OREGON ST. OREGON CALIFORNIA at Nov. 18 USC Bye Bye Bye STANFORD Bye OREGON ST. UCLA Nov. 26 NOTRE DAME at Nov. 26 at Nov. 26 Bye WASHINGTON ARIZONA at OREGON STANFORD CAL UCLA at Dec. 2 WASHINGTON Dec. 2 WASHINGTON at UCLA OREGON ST. ARIZONA ST. OREGON STATE at ARIZONA ARIZONA

2010 PAC-10 CONFERENCE CUMULATIVE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Thursday, Sept. 2 USC at Hawaii Friday, Sept. 3 Arizona at Toledo Saturday, Sept. 4 Portland State at Arizona State UC Davis at California New Mexico at Oregon Sacramento State at Stanford UCLA at Kansas State Washington at Brigham Young Washington State at Oklahoma St. Oregon St. v. TCU (Arlington, TX) Saturday, Sept. 11 Northern Arizona at Arizona State The Citadel at Arizona Colorado at California Oregon at Tennessee Stanford at UCLA Virginia at USC Syracuse at Washington Montana State at Washington State Friday, Sept. 17 California at Nevada

Saturday, Sept. 18 Iowa at Arizona Arizona State at Wisconsin California at Nevada Portland State at Oregon Louisville at Oregon State Wake Forest at Stanford Houston at UCLA USC at Minnesota Nebraska at Washington Washington State at SMU Saturday, Sept. 25 Oregon at Arizona State Oregon State at Boise State Stanford at Notre Dame UCLA at Texas USC at Washington State California at Arizona Saturday, Oct. 2 Arizona State at Oregon State Stanford at Oregon Washington State at UCLA Washington at USC Saturday, Oct. 9 Oregon State at Arizona Arizona State at Washington UCLA at California Oregon at Washington State USC at Stanford

Saturday, Oct. 16 Arizona at Washington State California at USC Oregon State at Washington Thursday, Oct. 21 UCLA at Oregon Saturday, Oct. 23 Washington at Arizona Arizona State at California Washington State at Stanford Saturday, Oct. 30 Arizona at UCLA Washington State at Arizona State California at Oregon State Oregon at USC Stanford at Washington Saturday, Nov. 6 Arizona at Stanford Arizona State at USC Washington at Oregon Oregon State at UCLA California at Washington State

Saturday, Nov. 13 USC at Arizona Stanford at Arizona State Oregon at California Washington State at Oregon State Thursday, Nov. 18 UCLA at Washington Sat.urday Nov. 20 USC at Oregon State Stanford at California Friday, Nov. 26 Arizona at Oregon UCLA at Arizona State Saturday, Nov. 27 Washington at California Oregon State at Stanford Notre Dame at USC Thursday, Dec. 2 Arizona State at Arizona Saturday, Dec. 4 Oregon at Oregon State USC at UCLA Washington at Washington State

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UCLA vs. OPPONENTS AIR FORCE (6-4-1) Year 1976 1975 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1957

W/L W T W W L L L W W L W

Score 40-7 20-20 38-13 10-0 15-24 21-48 11-17 19-6 22-0 7-20 47-0

Site H A H A H A H A H H H

Rank 5/10/3/ -

Site A H 1

Rank 15/25 -/3 7/16

11/-

ALABAMA (2-1) Year W/L Score 2001 W 20-17 2000 W 35-24 1976 L 6-36 1 – 1976 Liberty Bowl

ARIZONA (19-13-2) UCLA Leads: 19-13-2 (lost last three) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 11-3-2; At Rose Bowl, 8-3-1 (lost last one); At Coliseum, 3-0-1; At Tucson, 8-10 (lost last three). Rick Neuheisel vs. Arizona, 4-2 overall, 0-2 at UCLA; Mike Stoops vs. UCLA, 4-2. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2009 L 13-27 A 2008 L 10-31 H 2007 L 27-34 A 2006 W 27-7 H 2005 L 14-52 A 7/2004 W 37-17 H 2003 W 24-21 A 2002 W 37-7 A 2000 W 27-24 A -/24 1999 L 7-33 H 1998 W 52-28 A 3/10 1997 W 40-27 H 24/1996 L 17-35 A 1995 W 17-10 H 1994 L 24-34 A -/14 1993 W 37-17 H 15/7 1992 L 3-20 A 11/1991 W 54-14 H 1990 L 21-28 H -/25 1989 L 7-42 A 22/1988 W 24-3 A 1/1987 W 34-24 H 13/1986 W 32-25 H -/11 1985 W 24-19 A 14/1983 L 24-27 A 1982 T 24-24 H 8/1981 W 35-18 A 12/1980 L 17-23 A 2/1978 W 24-14 H 10/1976 W 37-9 H 5/1972 W 42-31 H 14/1971 W 28-12 A 1928 T 7-7 H 1927 L 13-16 A

70

ARIZONA STATE (16-9-1)

CALIFORNIA (49-30-1)

UCLA Leads: 16-9-1 (won last one) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 10-5-1; At Rose Bowl, 8-5-1 (won last one); At Coliseum, 2-0; At Tempe, 7-4 (lost last one). Rick Neuheisel vs. Arizona State: 3-3 overall, 1-1 at UCLA. Dennis Erickson vs. UCLA, 2-1 at ASU, 5-3 overall. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2009 W 24-13 H 2008 L 9-34 A 2007 L 20-24 H -/9 2006 W 24-12 A 2005 W 45-35 H 14/2004 L 42-48 A -/21 2003 W 20-13 H 2001 W 52-42 H 1999 L 27-28 A 1996 L 34-42 H -/4 1995 L 33-37 A 22/1994 W 59-23 A 1993 L 3-9 H 10/1992 L 0-20 H 1991 W 21-16 A 1989 W 33-14 H 25/1987 W 31-23 A 7/1986 L 9-16 H 15/16 1985 W 40-17 H 1984 W 21-13 A 1983 T 26-26 H 1981 W 34-24 H 18/9 1980 W 23-14 A 17/1979 W 31-28 H 1976 W 28-10 A 17/3

UCLA Leads: 49-30-1 (lost last two) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 27-12-1; At Rose Bowl, 10-4 (lost last one); At Coliseum, 17-8-1; At Berkeley, 22-18 (lost last five). Rick Neuheisel vs. California, 3-3 overall, 0-2 at UCLA. Jeff Tedford vs. UCLA, 5-3. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2009 L 26-45 H 2008 L 20-41 A 2007 W 30-21 H -/10 2006 L 24-38 A -/10 2005 W 47-40 H 20/10 2004 L 28-45 A -/9 2003 W 23-20(ot) H 2002 L 12-17 A 2001 W 56-17 H 4/2000 L 38-46(3ot) A 13/1999 L 0-17 H 1998 W 28-16 A 2/1997 W 35-17 H 13/1996 W 38-29 A 1995 W 33-16 H 24/1994 L 7-26 A 1993 L 25-27 H 1992 L 12-48 A 1991 L 24-27 H 24/18 1990 L 31-38 A 1989 W 24-6 H 1988 W 38-21 A 2/1987 W 42-18 H 8/1986 W 36-10 A 19/1985 W 34-7 H 17/1984 W 17-14 A 1983 W 20-16 H 1982 W 47-31 A 11/1981 W 34-6 H 1980 W 32-9 A 3/1979 W 28-27 H 1978 W 45-0 A 10/1977 W 21-19 H -/15 1976 W 35-19 A 4/1975 W 28-14 H 19/1974 W 28-3 A -/20 1973 W 61-21 H 13/1972 W 49-13 A 11/1971 L 24-31 H 1970 W 24-21 A 19/1969 W 32-0 H 8/1968 L 15-39 A 1967 W 37-14 H 4/1966 W 28-15 A 3/1965 W 56-3 H 1964 W 25-21 A 1963 L 0-25 H 1962 W 26-16 A 1961 W 35-15 H 1960 W 28-0 A 15/1959 W 19-12 H 1958 L 17-20 A 1957 W 16-14 H 1956 W 34-20 A 1955 W 47-0 H 6/1954 W 27-6 A 3/1953 W 20-7 H 10/1952 W 28-7 A 7/11 1951 W 21-7 H -/9 1950 L 0-35 A 19/6

ARKANSAS (1-0-1) Year W/L Score 1988 W 17-3 1978 T 10-10 1 – 1989 Cotton Bowl 2 – 1978 Fiesta Bowl

Site 1 2

Rank 9/8 15/8

Site H

Rank 17/-

BOISE STATE (1-0) Year 1999

W/L W

Score 38-7

BRIGHAM YOUNG (7-3) Year W/L Score Site 2008 L 0-59 A 2007 L 16-17 2 2007 W 27-17 H 1995 W 23-9 A 1993 W 68-14 H 1992 W 17-10 A 1991 W 27-23 H 1986 W 31-10 1 1985 W 27-24 A 1983 L 35-37 H 1 – 1986 Freedom Bowl 2 – 2007 Pioneer Las Vegas Bowl

Rank -/18 -/19 13/12/ 25/19 15/23/25 15/20/8


UCLA vs. OPPONENTS Cal cont'd... 1949 L 1948 L 1947 L 1946 W 1945 L 1945 W 1944 W 1944 L 1943 L 1943 L 1942 W 1941 L 1940 L 1939 W 1938 L 1937 L 1936 W 1935 L 1934 L 1933 T

21-35 13-28 0-6 13-6 0-6 13-0 7-0 0-6 6-13 0-13 21-0 7-27 7-9 20-7 7-20 14-27 17-6 2-14 0-3 0-0

H A H A A H H A A H A H A H A H A H A H

20/-/5 19/14 4/12/-

W/L W

Score 37-14

Year W/L Score 2006 L 27-44 1 – 2006 Emerald Bowl

Site 1

Rank

FRESNO STATE (6-2)

19/-

Year W/L Score Site 2008 L 31-36 H 2003 L 9-17 1 2000 W 24-21 H 1999 W 35-21 H 1995 W 45-21 H 1987 W 17-0 H 1929 W 56-6 H 1927 W 7-0 H 1 – 2003 Silicon Valley Football Classic

Rank -/25 24/21/13/-

Site H

Rank 16/-

Site A H A A H H

Rank -/24 20/17/9/16/-

Year W/L Score 1983 L 8-19 1942 L 0-9 1 – 1943 Rose Bowl

Site A 1

Rank 20/15 13/ -

Site A H

Rank

COLORADO (4-2) HAWAI'I (2-0) Year 2003 2002 1984 1982 1981 1980

W/L L L W W W W

Score 14-16 17-31 33-16 34-6 27-7 56-14

W/L W W

Score 30-19 35-7

Site H H

Rank - /19

W/L L

Score 6-25

Site H

Rank

Score 27-6

Site H

Rank -/10

Site 1 H A A H

Rank 10/-

DUKE (1-0) Year 1960

W/L W

Score 32-7 19-6

Year 1998 1997 1979 1977

W/L W W L L

Year 1948 1942 1938 1935 1932 1930 1928

W/L W W W W W W L

Site A H 1 2 A H A H A H 3

Rank

Site 1 A H A H H A H H

Rank 13/4 6/-

Score 37-21 0-20

Site H H

Rank 16/-

Score 41-17 30-51 24-28 17-7 13-0 32-7 19-7

Site A 1 A H H A H

Rank 14/-/11 8/14/-

Site H

Rank

22/-/ 4 -/ 4 -/ 10 4/ -

Year W/L Score 1985 W 45-28 1981 L 7-20 1977 W 34-16 1974 L 10-21 1973 W 55-18 1955 W 33-13 1949 W 41-25 1947 W 22-7 1938 W 27-3 1 – 1986 Rose Bowl

12/18/7/-

IOWA STATE (1-1) Year 1975 1926

Score 42-24 66-10 16-24 13-17

Site A H H A

Rank 4/ 22/- /16 11/14

Score 28-12 40-13 33-0 13-6 6-0 20-6 6-20

Site H H H H H H A

Rank

IDAHO (6-1)

DRAKE (0-1) Year 1925

W/L W W

HOUSTON (2-2)

COLORADO STATE (2-0) Year 2002 1962

Year 1938 1935

Year W/L Score 2004 W 35-17 2003 W 6-3 1991 W 6-3 1983 W 45-9 1964 L 7-26 1963 L 12-18 1958 W 18-14 1957 W 16-6 1951 L 13-27 1950 L 6-14 1946 L 14-45 1 – 1991 Hancock Bowl 2 – 1984 Rose Bowl 3 – 1947 Rose Bowl

IOWA (7-2)

GEORGIA (0-2)

CAL STATE FULLERTON (1-0) Year 1992

ILLINOIS (6-5)

FLORIDA STATE (0-1)

13/-

W/L W L

KANSAS (5-2) Year W/L 2001 W 1995 L 1978 L 1977 W 1956 W 1954 W 1953 W 1 – Aloha Bowl

8/4/-

KANSAS STATE (1-0) Year 2009

W/L W

Score 23-9

FLORIDA (3-2) LONG BEACH STATE (4-0) Year W/L Score 1987 W 20-16 1958 L 14-21 1941 W 30-27 1932 L 2-12 1931 W 13-0 1 – 1987 Aloha Bowl

Year 1988 1986 1984 1982

W/L W W W W

Score 56-3 41-23 23-17 41-10

Site H H H H

Rank 2/16/7/18/-

71


UCLA vs. OPPONENTS LOUISIANA-MONROE (1-0) Year 1996

W/L W

Score 44-0

Site H

MISSOURI (2-0-1) Rank

MARYLAND (1-1) Year 1955 1954

W/L L W

Score 0-7 12-7

Site A H

Rank 1/5 4/6

Year W/L Score 1998 L 45-49 1995 W 31-8 1984 W 39-37 1 – 1985 Fiesta Bowl

Site A H 1

Rank 3/15/12 14/13

MIAMI (2-1)

Site H A A H 1 A 2 H A A A

Rank 14/3 -/6 -/7 24/5 5/19 12/20 19/16 6/12 -/4 9/-/13

72

Site H A H

Rank 2/-

MONTANA (7-0) Year 1946 1941 1939 1936 1934 1932 1929

W/L W W W W W W W

Score 61-7 14-7 20-6 30-0 16-0 32-0 14-0

Site H A 1 A 2 3

Site H A 1

Year 1994 1993 1988 1987 1984 1983 1973 1972 1948 1946

W/L L L W L L L L W W W

Score 21-49 13-14 41-28 33-42 3-42 10-42 13-40 20-17 27-15 18-0

Year 2007 2006 1964 1963

W/L L L L L

Score 6-20 17-20 0-24 12-27

Site H A A A

Rank

Site H A A H A 1 H H A

Rank 14/21 13/14 11/2 17/14 4/8 11/1 13/2 -/1 -/8

Site H A H A

Rank -/21 -/1 19/23 4/1

-/10 -/4

OHIO STATE (4-4-1) Site H H H H H H H

Rank 4/-

Site A H H A H A A H A H

Rank 13/2 -/8 5/2 3/2 8/1 -/ 1 10/4 -/1

Year W/L 2001 W 1999 L 1980 W 1979 L 1976 T 1975 W 1975 L 1962 W 1961 L 1-1976 Rose Bowl

Score 13-6 20-42 17-0 13-17 10-10 23-10 20-41 9-7 3-13

OKLAHOMA (1-3) Year 2005 2003 1990 1986

W/L W L L L

Score 41-24 24-59 14-34 3-38

4/-

OKLAHOMA STATE (1-1) NEW MEXICO (1-0) Site 1

Rank

Year 2004 2002

W/L L W

Score 20-31 38-24

Site H A

Rank

OREGON (39-24) Rank 17/5/1 4/5/8

MINNESOTA (1-2) Year W/L Score 1978 W 17-3 1977 L 13-27 1961 L 3-21 1 – 1962 Rose Bowl

Score 24-15 14-14 13-0

Year W/L Score 2002 W 27-13 1 - 2002 Las Vegas Bowl

MICHIGAN STATE (3-3) Year W/L Score 1974 W 56-14 1973 W 34-21 1965 W 14-12 1965 L 3-13 1955 L 14-17 1953 L 20-28 1 – 1966 Rose Bowl 2 – 1956 Rose Bowl 3 – 1954 Rose Bowl

W/L W T W

NEBRASKA (4-6)

MICHIGAN (3-8) Year W/L Score 2000 W 23-20 1996 L 9-38 1990 L 15-38 1989 L 23-24 1983 W 24-14 1982 W 31-27 1981 L 14-33 1972 L 9-26 1971 L 0-38 1961 L 6-29 1956 L 13-42 1 – 1983 Rose Bowl 2 – 1981 Bluebonnet Bowl

Year 1966 1965 1937

NOTRE DAME (0-4)

Rank 18/18/-

NORTH CAROLINA STATE (2-0) Year 1960 1959

W/L W W

Score 7-0 21-12

Site H H

Rank

NORTHWESTERN (3-3) Year 2005 1970 1969 1948 1947 1931

W/L W W W L L L

Score 50-38 12-7 36-0 0-19 26-27 0-19

Site N H A H A A

Rank 15/11/-

UCLA Leads: 39-24 (lost last two) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 22-13; At Rose Bowl, 6-7 (lost last one); At Coliseum, 16-6; At Eugene, 17-11 (lost last two). Rick Neuheisel vs. Oregon, 4-3 overall, 0-2 at UCLA. Chip Kelly vs. UCLA, 1-0. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2009 L 10-24 H -/13 2008 L 24-31 A 2007 W 16-0 H -/9 2006 L 20-30 A -/18 2004 W 34-26 A 2003 L 13-31 H 2002 L 30-31 H -/7 2001 L 20-21 H 17/7 2000 L 10-29 A 6/1999 W 34-29 H 1998 W 41-38 (ot) H 2/11 1997 W 39-31 A 18/1996 W 41-22 A 1995 L 31-38 H 12/20 1992 W 9-6 A 1991 W 16-7 H 1990 L 24-28 A -/22 1989 L 20-38 H


UCLA vs. OPPONENTS Oregon cont'd... 1988 W 1987 W 1984 L 1983 W 1982 W 1981 W 1980 L 1979 W 1978 W 1977 W 1976 W 1975 W 1974 W 1973 W 1972 W 1970 L 1969 W 1958 W 1957 L 1956 W 1954 W 1953 W 1952 W 1951 W 1950 W 1949 W 1948 L 1947 W 1946 W 1945 W 1942 L 1941 W 1940 L 1939 W 1938 L 1937 W 1936 W 1935 W 1934 L 1933 L 1932 W 1931 L 1930 L 1929 L 1928 L 1 - Portland, OR

16-6 41-10 18-20 24-13 40-12 28-11 14-20 35-0 23-21 21-3 46-0 50-17 21-0 27-7 65-20 40-41 13-10 7-3 0-21 6-0 41-0 12-0 13-6 41-0 28-0 35-27 7-26 24-7 14-0 12-0 7-14 14-7 0-18 16-6 12-14 26-13 7-0 33-6 3-26 0-7 12-7 6-13 0-7 0-27 6-26

A H H A H A H A H A H A H A H H A H 1 H H A H H H A H H 1 H A H A H A H 1 H 1 H 1 H A A H

6/9/16 11/8/9/3/9/15/15/7/-

1/5/18/-

-/16 4/10/-/16

OREGON STATE (39-15-4) UCLA Leads: 39-15-4 (lost last two) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 22-7-3; At Rose Bowl, 7-2-0 (lost last one); At Coliseum, 14-4-3; At Corvallis/Portland, 16-8-1 (lost last one); At Tokyo, Japan, 1-0-0. Rick Neuheisel vs. Oregon State, 3-3 overall, 0-2 at UCLA. Mike Riley vs. UCLA, 2-5. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2009 L 19-26 A 2008 L 6-34 H 2007 W 40-14 A 2006 W 25-7 H 2005 W 51-28 H 8/2002 W 43-35 A 2001 W 38-7 A 12/19 2000 L 38-44 H 23/19 1999 L 7-55 A 1998 W 41-34 A 3/-

Oregon State cont'd... 1997 W 34-10 1994 L 14-23 1993 W 20-17 1992 W 26-14 1991 W 44-7 1990 W 26-17 1989 L 17-18 1988 W 38-21 1987 W 52-17 1986 W 49-0 1985 W 41-0 1984 W 26-17 1980 W 34-3 1978 L 13-15 1977 W 48-18 1976 W 45-14 1975 W 31-9 1974 W 33-14 1973 W 56-14 1972 W 37-7 1971 L 17-34 1970 W 14-9 1969 W 37-0 1968 L 21-45 1967 T 16-16 1958 L 0-14 1957 W 27-7 1956 L 7-21 1955 W 38-0 1954 W 61-0 1953 W 41-0 1952 W 57-0 1951 W 7-0 1950 W 20-13 1949 W 35-13 1948 L 0-28 1947 W 27-7 1946 W 50-7 1942 W 30-7 1941 L 0-19 1940 L 0-7 1939 T 13-13 1938 T 6-6 1937 T 7-7 1936 W 22-13 1935 W 20-7 1934 W 25-7 1930 L 0-19 1 = Japan Bowl 2 = Portland, OR

H H A H A H A H A 2 H H 1 A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H H 2 H H H 2 H H A H H H A H 2 H H

17/19/-

2/7/15/13/14/9/2/19/8/14/18/17/-/15 2/-/7 7/3/4/5/19/-

W/L W W W W L

Score 21-0 34-0 50-0 54-7 7-19

Year

W/L

Score

Site

Rank

1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963

L W W W W L

6-21 17-15 49-11 24-22 21-14 14-17

H A H A H A

-/3 3/4/-

Site A H A H H A H A H A H H A H

Rank 8/15/16/17/16/6/4/-

Score 23-14 31-21 27-27 0-0 20-6

Site A H A H A

Rank

Score 26-16 63-21 27-24 20-0

Site H H A H

Rank

Site H H H H A H H H H H H A

Rank 4/-

PITTSBURGH (9-5) Year 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958

W/L W L W W W W W W L L W W L L

Score 38-28 25-29 24-15 42-8 63-7 40-8 57-14 17-12 0-20 6-8 20-6 8-7 21-25 6-27

-/7 -/19

PURDUE (3-0-2) Year 1980 1979 1960 1959 1950

W/L W W T T W

-/5 8/-/11 18/-

RICE (4-0) 13/Year 2006 2005 1966 1952

W/L W W W W

2/11/-

SAINT MARY'S (7-5)

PACIFIC (4-1) Year 1957 1955 1945 1944 1943

PENN STATE (4-2)

Site A A H H H

Rank 5/-

Year 1946 1945 1944 1943 1935 1934 1933 1932 1931 1930 1929 1925

W/L W W W W W W L L W L L L

Score 46-20 13-0 39-0 19-7 13-7 6-0 14-22 7-14 12-0 6-21 0-24 0-28

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UCLA vs. OPPONENTS SAN DIEGO STATE (21-0-1) Year 2009 2005 2004 2003 2002 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1934 1933 1926 1925 1924 1923 1922

W/L W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W T W W

Score 33-14 44-21 33-10 20-10 43-7 52-13 35-7 37-12 45-31 28-25 59-6 47-14 45-14 34-16 18-15 20-0 13-0 42-7 7-0 13-13 12-0 24-6

Site H A H H A A H A H A H H A H A H H H H A H A

Rank

11/21 20 5/319/12/4/-

SANTA CLARA (3-3-1) Year 1951 1949 1946 1942 1941 1940 1939

W/L W L W W L L T

Score 44-17 0-14 33-7 14-6 13-31 6-9 0-0

Site H H H H H H H

Rank 13/5/ 14/9 11/14

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA (28-44-7) UCLA Trails: 28-44-7 (lost last three) UCLA Record: At Rose Bowl, 8-6-0 (lost last one); At Coliseum, 20-38-7 (5-8-1 since leaving in 1982, 4-6-1 in last 11). Rick Neuheisel vs. USC, 1-3 overall, 0-2 at UCLA. Lane Kiffin vs. UCLA, 0-1. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2009 L 7-28 A -/24 2008 L 7-28 H -/5 2007 L 7-24 A -/8 2006 W 13-9 H -/2 2005 L 19-66 A 11/1 2004 L 24-29 H -/1 2003 L 22-47 A -/2 2002 L 21-52 H 25/17 2001 L 0-27 A 20/2000 L 35-38 H 1999 L 7-17 A 1998 W 34-17 H 3/1997 W 31-24 A 7/1996 W 48-41(2ot) H 1995 W 24-20 A -/11 1994 W 31-19 H -/13 1993 W 27-21 A 16/22 1992 W 38-37 H -/15 1991 W 24-21 A 25/1990 L 42-45 H -/19

74

USC cont'd... 1989 T 1988 L 1987 L 1986 W 1985 L 1984 W 1983 W 1982 W 1981 L 1980 W 1979 L 1978 L 1977 L 1976 L 1975 W 1974 L 1973 L 1972 L 1971 T 1970 W 1969 L 1968 L 1967 L 1966 W 1965 W 1964 L 1963 L 1962 L 1961 W 1960 L 1959 W 1958 T 1957 W 1956 L 1955 W 1954 W 1953 W 1952 L 1951 W 1950 W 1949 L 1948 L 1947 L 1946 W 1945 L 1945 L 1944 L 1944 T 1943 L 1943 L 1942 W 1941 T 1940 L 1939 T 1938 L 1937 L 1936 T 1930 L 1929 L

10-10 22-31 13-17 45-25 13-17 29-10 27-17 20-19 21-22 20-17 14-49 10-17 27-29 14-24 25-22 9-34 13-23 7-24 7-7 45-20 12-14 16-28 20-21 14-7 20-16 13-34 6-26 3-14 10-7 6-17 10-3 15-15 20-9 7-10 17-7 34-0 13-0 12-14 21-7 39-0 7-21 13-20 0-6 13-6 15-26 6-13 13-40 13-13 13-26 0-20 14-7 7-7 12-28 0-0 7-42 13-19 7-7 0-52 0-76

A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H H A A H A H A H A H A H H

-/8 6/2 5/18/10 8/-/7 11/15 15/10 18/12 -/4 14/5 17/2/3 14/-/8 8/9 14/1 -/15 6/5 -/1 1/4 8/7 7/6 -/1 11/-/4

5/2/7 5/9 3/4 18/11

18/4 4/10 -/16 -/8

13/9/3 -/14

SOUTHERN METHODIST (1-4) Year 1994 1947 1940 1937 1935

W/L W L L L L

Score 17-10 0-7 6-9 13-26 0-21

Site H H H H H

Rank 13/ 16/12

STANFORD (45-32-3) UCLA Leads: 45-32-3 (lost last one) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 26-13-1; At Rose Bowl, 10-4 (won last six); At Coliseum, 16-9-1; At Stanford, 19-19-2 (lost last one). Rick Neuheisel vs. Stanford, 4-1 overall, 1-1 at UCLA. Jim Harbaugh vs. UCLA, 1-2. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2009 L 16-24 A 2008 W 23-20 H 2007 W 45-17 A 14/2006 W 31-0 H 2005 W 30-27 ot A 8/2004 W 21-0 H 2003 L 14-21 A 2002 W 28-18 H 2001 L 28-38 A 4/20 2000 W 37-35 H 1999 L 32-42 A 18/1998 W 28-24 H 2/1997 W 27-7 A 12/1996 L 20-21 H 1995 W 42-28 A -/23 1994 W 31-30 H 1993 W 28-25 A -/17 1992 L 7-19 H 19/11 1991 L 10-27 A 22/1990 W 32-31 H 1989 L 14-17 A 1988 W 27-17 H 6/1987 W 49-0 A 11/1986 L 23-28 H 12/1985 W 34-9 A 1984 L 21-23 H 17/1983 W 39-21 A 1982 W 38-35 H 12/1981 L 23-26 A 17/1980 W 35-21 H 5/16 1979 L 24-27 A 1978 W 27-26 H 16/17 1977 L 28-32 A 1976 W 38-20 H 5/1975 W 31-21 A 1974 T 13-13 H 1973 W 59-13 A 15/1972 W 28-23 H 8/1971 L 9-20 A -/12 1970 L 7-9 H 16/8 1969 T 20-20 A 6/19 1968 W 20-17 H 1967 W 21-16 A 3/1966 W 10-0 H 8/1965 W 30-13 A 7/1964 W 27-20 H 1963 W 10-9 A 1962 L 7-17 H 1961 W 20-0 A 1960 W 26-8 H 19/1959 W 55-13 A 1958 L 19-21 H 1957 L 6-20 A 1956 W 14-13 H -/10 1955 W 21-13 A 9/1954 W 72-0 H 3/1953 L 20-21 A 4/1952 W 24-14 H 10/13 1951 L 7-21 A -/19 1950 W 21-7 H -/6


UCLA vs. OPPONENTS Stanford cont'd... 1949 W 1948 L 1947 W 1946 W 1942 W 1941 L 1940 L 1939 T 1938 W 1937 L 1936 L 1935 W 1934 L 1933 L 1932 W 1931 L 1930 L 1929 L 1928 L 1925 L

14-7 14-34 39-6 26-6 20-7 0-33 14-20 14-14 6-0 7-12 6-19 7-6 0-27 0-3 13-6 6-12 0-20 0-57 7-45 0-82

A H A H H A H A H A H A H A H A H H A A

18/19/5/7 11/-/6

W/L L L W W L L L L

Score 7-20 14-32 31-12 24-14 0-39 7-29 7-12 8-36

Site A H A H A H H H

Site 1

W/L W W L L W L L T W W T L L W L

Score 19-15 27-24 24-30 20-35 25-23 16-30 6-24 26-26 13-0 34-28 17-17 17-28 18-42 20-16 34-37

Score 49-31 66-3 10-28 17-20

Site H A H A

Rank 6/23 -/11 -/3 13/2

Site 1 H H H

Rank 5/19 1/-/6

TEXAS CHRISTIAN (3-1)

Rank 9/4/2/-

Year 1961 1952 1942 1939

W/L W W L W

Score 28-7 14-0 6-7 6-2

Site H H H H

Rank

Score 6-44 31-10 27-14 66-16 14-11 16-9 21-6 13-7 22-0

Site A H A H A A H H H

Rank 11/-

Site H

Rank

Site

Rank

18/-

UTAH (8-1) 17/1

Rank

TENNESSEE (6-7-2) Year 2009 2008 1997 1996 1994 1991 1989 1985 1978 1975 1974 1970 1968 1967 1965

W/L W W L L

Year W/L Score 1997 W 29-23 1955 W 21-0 1951 L 14-21 1940 L 0-7 1 – 1998 Cotton Bowl

TEMPLE (1-0) Year W/L Score 2009 W 30-21 1 = 2009 EagleBank Bowl

Year 1998 1997 1971 1970

WASHINGTON (38-29-2)

TEXAS A&M (2-2)

SYRACUSE (2-6) Year 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1959

TEXAS (2-2)

Year 2007 2006 1974 1973 1962 1960 1959 1956 1933

W/L L W W W W W W W W

16/ 20/ 17/ -

UTAH STATE (1-0) Site A H H A H A H A A H A A A H A

Rank -/18 -/3 -/2 14/13 21/11 6/10/9/12/10 12/16 -/5 -/5 8/9 5/7

Year 1935

W/L W

Score 39-0

VANDERBILT (1-0) Year 1961

W/L W

Score 28-21

UCLA Leads: 38-29-2 (won last three) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 24-10-1; At Rose Bowl, 10-2 (won last seven); At Coliseum, 14-8-1; At Seattle, 14-19-1 (won last one). Rick Neuheisel vs. Washington, 3-0 overall, 2-0 at UCLA. Steve Sarkisian vs. UCLA, 0-1. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2009 W 24-23 H 2008 W 27-7 A 2007 W 44-31 H 2006 L 19-29 A 2005 W 21-17 H 20/2004 W 37-31 A 2003 W 46-16 H -/18 2002 W 34-24 A 2001 W 35-13 H 7/10 2000 L 28-35 A -/7 1999 W 23-20(ot) H -/23 1998 W 36-24 A 3/1997 W 52-28 H 9/13 1996 L 21-41 A -/25 1995 L 14-38 H -/23 1994 L 10-37 A -/12 1993 W 39-25 H 22/12 1990 W 25-22 A -/2 1989 L 27-28 H 1988 W 24-17 A 2/16 1987 W 47-14 H 5/1986 T 17-17 A 19/10 1985 L 14-21 A 13/1983 W 27-24 H -/11 1982 L 7-10 A 9/10 1981 W 31-0 H -/16 1979 L 14-34 H -/20 1978 W 10-7 A 12/11 1977 W 20-12 H 1976 W 30-21 A 3/1975 L 13-17 H 13/1974 L 9-31 A 18/1973 W 62-13 H 10/1972 L 21-30 A 8/1971 L 12-23 H 1970 L 20-61 A 17/1969 W 57-14 H 9/1968 L 0-6 A 1967 W 48-0 H 4/1966 L 3-16 A 3/1965 W 28-24 H 8/1964 L 20-22 A 1963 W 14-0 H 1962 L 0-30 A 1961 L 13-17 H 1960 L 8-10 A 15/13 1959 L 7-23 H -/17 1958 W 20-0 A 1957 W 19-0 H 1956 W 13-9 A 19/1955 W 19-7 H 4/1954 W 21-20 A 2/1953 W 22-6 H 7/1952 W 23-7 A 14/1951 T 20-20 H 18/1950 L 20-21 A 13/10 1949 W 47-26 H 1948 L 6-27 A 1947 W 34-7 H 1946 W 39-13 A

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UCLA vs. OPPONENTS Washington cont'd... 1942 W 14-10 1941 L 7-14 1940 L 0-41 1939 W 14-7 1938 W 13-0 1937 L 0-26 1936 L 0-14 1933 L 0-10 1932 L 0-19

H A H A H A H A H

18/-/13

WASHINGTON STATE (37-18-1) UCLA Leads: 37-18-1 (won last two) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 21-9; At Rose Bowl, 7-5 (won last one); At Coliseum, 14-4; At Pullman/ Spokane, 16-9-1 (won last one). Rick Neuheisel vs. Washington State, 7-0 overall, 2-0 at UCLA. Paul Wulff vs. UCLA, 0-2. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2009 W 43-7 A 2008 W 28-3 H 2007 L 7-27 A 2006 L 15-37 H 2005 W 44-41 ot A 12/2004 L 29-31 H 2003 L 13-31 A -/12 2002 L 27-48 H -/7 2001 L 14-20 A 9/16 1998 W 49-17 H 4/1997 L 34-37 A 1996 W 38-14 H 1995 L 15-24 A 16/1994 L 0-21 H 18/22 1993 W 40-27 A 12/1992 L 17-30 A -/22 1991 W 44-3 H 23/1990 W 30-20 A 1988 L 30-34 H 1/1986 W 54-16 H 17/1985 W 31-30 A 18/1984 W 27-24 H 1983 W 24-14 A 1982 W 42-17 H 12/1981 T 17-17 A -/18 1979 L 14-17 A 1978 W 45-31 H 14/1977 W 27-16 1 1976 W 62-3 H 4/1975 W 37-23 1 18/1974 W 17-13 H 1973 W 24-13 1 13/1972 W 35-20 H 9/1971 W 34-21 1 1970 W 54-9 H 19/1969 W 46-14 A 11/1968 W 31-21 H 8/1967 W 51-23 1 4/1958 L 20-38 H 1957 W 19-13 1 1956 W 28-20 H 1955 W 55-0 A 7/1953 W 44-7 H 12/1950 W 42-0 H 1949 W 27-20 A 1948 W 48-26 H 1941 W 7-6 H 1940 W 34-26 H

76

Washington State cont'd... 1939 W 24-7 1938 W 21-0 1937 L 0-3 1936 L 7-32 1933 W 7-0 1932 L 0-3 1931 L 0-13 1928 L 0-38 1 = Spokane, WA 2 = Portland, OR

H A H H H H A 2

13/-

Atlantic Coast (5-3-0) Duke .......................................... 1-0-0 Florida State ............................ 0-1-0 Maryland .................................. 1-1-0 Miami ....................................... 2-1-0 North Carolina State ............ 1-0-0 Big East (11-11-0) Pittsburgh ................................ 9-5-0 Syracuse ................................... 2-6-0

WISCONSIN (7-4) Year W/L Score 2000 L 20-21 1998 L 31-38 1993 L 16-21 1982 W 51-26 1981 W 31-13 1980 W 35-0 1979 W 37-12 1969 W 36-0 1953 W 13-0 1952 W 20-7 1938 L 7-14 1 – 2000 Sun Bowl 2 – 1999 Rose Bowl 3 – 1994 Rose Bowl

Site 1 2 3 A A H A A H A H

Rank

Site 1

Rank

6/9 14/9 14/9/20 16/20/11/6/8 10 -/15

WYOMING (0-1) Year W/L Score 2004 L 21-24 1 – 2004 Las Vegas Bowl

RECORDS VS. MAJOR CONFERENCES

(All rankings are Associated Press poll — UCLA/Oppt.)

Big Ten (41-33-3) Illinois ....................................... 6-5-0 Iowa .......................................... 7-2-0 Michigan ................................. 3-8-0 Michigan State ...................... 3-3-0 Minnesota .............................. 1-2-0 Northwestern ........................ 3-3-0 Ohio State ............................... 4-4-1 Penn State ............................... 4-2-0 Purdue ..................................... 3-0-2 Wisconsin................................ 7-4-0 Big Twelve (23-19-1) Colorado ................................. 4-2-0 Iowa State ............................... 1-1-0 Kansas ...................................... 5-2-0 Kansas State............................ 1-0-0 Missouri ................................... 2-0-1 Nebraska ................................. 4-6-0 Oklahoma ............................... 1-3-0 Oklahoma State .................... 1-1-0 Texas ......................................... 2-2-0 Texas A&M .............................. 2-2-0 Conference USA (7-6-0) Houston.................................... 2-2-0 Rice............................................. 4-0-0 SMU .......................................... 1-4-0 Mid-American (1-0-0) Temple ..................................... 1-0-0 Mountain West (48-10-2) Air Force .................................. 6-4-1 BYU ........................................... 7-3-0 Colorado State ...................... 2-0-0 New Mexico ........................... 1-0-0 San Diego State ...................21-0-1 Texas Christian ...................... 3-1-0 Utah .......................................... 8-1-0 Wyoming ................................. 0-1-0 Southeastern (13-12-3) Alabama .................................. Arkansas .................................. Florida ...................................... Georgia .................................... Tennessee ............................... Vanderbilt ...............................

2-1-0 1-0-1 3-2-0 0-2-0 6-7-2 1-0-0

Western Athletic (16-3-0) Boise State ............................... 1-0-0 Fresno State ........................... 6-2-0 Hawaii ...................................... 2-0-0 Idaho ......................................... 6-1-0 Utah State ................................ 1-0-0


STATISTICS/RESULTS 2009 Cumulative 2009 TEAM STATISTICS

UCLA 286 22.0 226 73 135 18 1,490 1,829 339 421 3.5 114.6 12 2,896 436-244-12 6.6 11.9 222.8 10 4,386 857 5.1 337.4 48-1,140 34-309 20-247 23.8 9.1 12.4 32-12 81-711 54.7 71-3,091 43.5 38.0 29:46 63/185 34% 8/15 53% 25-196 82 28 28-31 0-0 31/37 84% 13/37 35% 24/25 96% 387,283 6/64,547 1/23,072

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

SCORE BY QUARTERS UCLA Opponents

1 72 95

2 76 61

3 62 75

4 76 45

OT -

OPP 276 21.2 227 113 101 13 1,856 2,311 455 469 4.0 142.8 14 2,486 367-214-20 6.8 11.6 191.2 16 4,342 836 5.2 334.0 44-1,091 23-170 12-248 24.8 7.4 20.7 19-10 78-622 47.8 70-2,994 42.8 37.5 30:14 59/178 33% 4/13 31% 29-180 -12 34 13-21 0-0 28/35 80% 16/35 46% 31/32 97% 347,587 6/57,9315 n/a

Tot 286 276

2009 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING

Johnathan Franklin Derrick Coleman Chane Moline Kevin Prince Milton Knox Damien Thigpen Kevin Craft Christian Ramirez Terrence Austin Craig Sheppard Randall Carroll Morrell Presley Team Richard Brehaut Total Opponents

ATT 126 54 60 68 29 26 23 9 5 2 1 2 9 7 421 469

YG 605 257 229 313 145 81 104 45 27 16 5 2 0 0 1,829 2,311

YL 39 13 22 134 11 19 43 1 2 0 0 0 12 43 339 455

NYG 566 244 207 179 134 62 61 44 225 16 5 2 -12 -43 1,490 1,856

AVG 4.5 4.5 3.5 2.6 4.6 2.4 2.7 4.9 5.0 8.0 5.0 1.0 -1.3 -6.0 3.5 4.0

TDs 5 1 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 14

LG 74 31 22 68 22 13 14 9 9 8 5 2 0 0 74 93

PASSING

ATT COMP INT PCT YDs TDs LG EFF Kevin Prince 308 173 8 56.2 2,050 8 58 115.45 Kevin Craft 107 60 3 56.1 722 2 51 113.32 Richard Brehaut 17 11 1 64.7 124 0 30 114.21 Team 2 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.00 Nick Crissman 2 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.00 Opponents 367 215 20 58.6 2,486 16 78 118.97 (Sacks: UCLA 29/180 - Prince 18/104, Craft 4/33, Brehaut 7/43; Opponents â&#x20AC;&#x201D;25/196)

RECEIVING Taylor Embree Nelson Rosario Terrence Austin Logan Paulsen Chane Moline Ryan Moya Cory Harkey Damien Thigpen Johnathan Franklin Morrell Presley Derrick Coleman Randall Carroll Milton Knox Gavin Ketchum Trevor Theriot Christian Ramirez Nate Chandler Antwon Moutra Total Opponents

G 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 6 13 10 7 10 13 3 10 4 13 13

NO 45 42 37 29 29 18 8 7 6 6 5 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 244 215

YDs 608 723 455 362 247 189 41 41 57 43 26 21 25 20 13 16 5 4 2,896 2,486

AVG 13.5 17.2 12.3 12.5 8.5 10.5 5.1 5.9 9.5 7.2 5.2 7.0 12.5 10.0 6.5 16.0 5.0 4.0 11.9 11.6

TDs 2 2 4 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 16

LG 34 58 51 56 26 26 14 8 15 12 11 9 14 16 9 16 5 4 58 78

2009 RESULTS (7-6, 3-6, 8th Pac-10) Date Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Oct. 2 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Nov. 28 Dec. 29

Score UCLA 33, San Diego State 14 UCLA 19, Tennessee 15 UCLA 23, Kansas State 9 Stanford 24, UCLA 16 Oregon 24, UCLA 10 California 45, UCLA 26 Arizona 27, UCLA 13 Oregon State 26, UCLA 19 UCLA 24, Washington 23 UCLA 43, Washington State 7 UCLA 23, Arizona State 13 USC 28, UCLA 7 UCLA 30, Temple 21

Site Attendance Rose Bowl 55,761 Knoxville, TN 102,239 Rose Bowl 67,311 Stanford, CA 41,525 Rose Bowl 77,819 Rose Bowl 67,317 Tucson, AZ 51,440 Corvallis, OR 41,009 Rose Bowl 72,924 Pullman, WA 25,661 Rose Bowl 46,151 Los Angeles, CA 85,713 Washington, D.C. 23,072

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STATISTICS/RESULTS 2009 Cumulative SCORING Kai Forbath Chane Moline Johnathan Franklin Terrence Austin Akeem Ayers Nelson Rosario Taylor Embree Alterraun Verner Derrick Coleman Tony Dye Kevin Prince Cory Harkey Team Total Opponents

TDs 6 5 4 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 28 34

FG-A 28-31 28-31 13-21

XP-A 24-25 24-21 31-32

2XP 1 2 3-3 3 0-2

DXP -

SAF 2 -

PTS 108 36 32 24 18 16 12 12 6 6 6 6 4 286 276

FIELD GOALS

Kai Forbath: San Diego State: 49G, 50G; Tennessee: 26G, 51NG, 39G, 31G, 47G; Kansas State: 39G, 35G, 40G; Stanford: 29G, 34G, 35G; Oregon: 52G; California: 24G, 39G, 46G, 35G; Arizona: 53G, 33G, 52NG; Oregon State: 24G; Washington: 27G; Washington State: 38G, 31G; Arizona State: 22G, 20G, 25G, 51NG; USC: no field goals attempted; Temple: 40G, 42G. Numbers indicate field goal attempt length in yards. G = Field Goal Made NG = Field Goal Not Made Kai Forbath FGM-FGA Pct 28-31 90.3

01-19 0-0

20-29 8-8

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS Terrence Austin Nelson Rosario Johnathan Franklin Taylor Embree Chane Moline Logan Paulsen Derrick Coleman Ryan Moya Kevin Prince Damien Thigpen Milton Knox Alterraun Verner Rahim Moore Kevin Craft Christian Ramirez Trevor Theriot Morrell Presley Cory Harkey Randall Carroll Gavin Ketchum Craig Sheppard Akeem Ayers Sean Westgate Nate Chandler Antwon Moutra Team Richard Brehaut Total Opponents

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G 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 11 13 7 13 13 8 3 13 6 13 10 10 10 13 13 10 4 11 6 13 13

RUSH 25 0 566 0 207 0 244 0 179 62 134 0 0 61 44 0 2 0 5 0 16 0 0 0 0 -12 -43 1,490 1,856

30-39 11-11

RECV 455 723 57 608 247 362 26 189 0 41 25 0 0 0 16 13 43 41 21 20 0 0 0 5 4 0 0 2,896 2,486

40-49 6-6

PR 302 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 309 170

50+ 3-6

KR 1,036 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 72 0 0 0 0 0 32 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,140 1,091

Lg 53

INT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 158 79 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 247 248

Blk 0

TOT 1,818 723 623 608 454 362 270 189 179 175 159 158 79 61 60 45 45 41 26 20 16 10 7 5 4 -12 -43 6,082 5,851

PUNTING Jeff Locke Danny Rees Total Opponents

NO 70 1 71 70

YDs 3,054 37 3,091 2,994

PUNT RETURNS Terrence Austin Sean Westgate Total Opponents

NO 33 1 34 23

AVG 43.6 37.0 43.5 42.8

YDs 302 7 309 170

LG 81 37 81 72

AVG 9.2 7.0 9.1 7.4

I20 20 1 21 16

TDs 0 0 0 0

BLKD 0 0 0 2

LG 47 0 47 24

KICKOFF RETURNS Terrence Austin Damien Thigpen Trevor Theriot Total Opponents

NO 43 4 1 48 44

YDs 1,036 72 32 1,140 1,091

INTERCEPTION RETURNS Rahim Moore Alterraun Verner Akeem Ayers Jerzy Siewierski Total Opponents

TOTAL OFFENSE Kevin Prince Kevin Craft Johnathan Franklin Derrick Coleman Chane Moline Milton Knox Richard Brehaut Damien Thigpen Christian Ramirez Terrence Austin Craig Sheppard Randall Carroll Morrell Presley Team Total Opponents

NO 10 5 4 1 20 12

G 11 8 13 13 13 7 6 13 3 13 10 10 6 11 13 13

YDs 79 158 10 0 247 248

PLAYS 376 130 126 54 60 29 24 26 9 5 2 1 2 11 857 836

AVG 24.1 18.0 32.0 23.8 24.8

TDs 0 0 0 0 1

AVG 7.9 31.6 2.5 0.0 12.4 20.7

TDs 0 1 2 0 3 3

RUSH 179 61 566 244 207 134 -43 62 44 25 16 5 2 -12 1,490 1,856

LG 65 28 32 65 100

LG 37 68 5 0 68 68

PASS TOTAL AVG/G 2,050 2,229 202.6 722 783 97.9 0 566 43.5 0 244 18.8 0 207 15.9 0 134 19.1 124 81 13.5 0 62 4.8 0 44 14.7 0 25 1.9 0 16 1.6 0 5 0.5 0 2 0.3 0 -12 -1.1 2,896 4,386 337.4 2,486 4,342 334.0


2009 STATISTICS Defensive/Game-by-Game Player Reggie Carter Kyle Bosworth Akeem Ayers Tony Dye Alterraun Verner Korey Bosworth Rahim Moore Brian Price Sheldon Price Jerzy Siewierski Datone Jones Glenn Love Jess Ward Andrew Abbott Sean Westgate Courtney Viney Damien Thigpen Damien Holmes Reginald Stokes David Carter Mike Schmitt Derrick Coleman Aaron Hester Dalton Hilliard Gavin Ketchum Steve Sloan Team David Allen Chane Moline Aaron Ware Patrick Larimore Craig Sheppard Jeff Locke Justin Edison Christian Yount Iuta Tepa Brandon Sermons Jerry Johnson Mike Harris Milton Knox Kevin Prince Logan Paulsen Nelson Rosario Terrence Austin Total Opponenets

G UT AT TT 13 47 32 79 13 46 31 77 13 55 20 75 13 48 25 73 13 51 21 72 13 34 24 58 13 36 13 49 13 41 7 48 13 32 16 48 10 19 12 31 13 12 18 30 13 14 13 27 13 11 14 25 13 16 6 22 13 12 6 18 10 8 5 13 13 8 3 11 13 5 6 11 8 4 6 10 13 5 4 9 13 6 2 8 13 4 1 5 3 4 4 6 2 2 4 10 3 1 4 13 2 1 3 11 3 3 12 1 1 2 13 2 2 13 1 1 2 11 1 1 2 10 2 2 13 2 2 6 2 2 13 1 1 5 1 1 9 1 1 3 1 1 13 1 1 7 1 1 11 1 1 13 1 1 13 1 1 13 1 1 13 547 294 841 13 586 244 830

TFL/ Yds 8.5-27 7.5-21 14.5-56 5.0-7 14.0-58 3.0-13 23.5-96 6.0-23 11.0-50 3.5-9 3.0-10 0.5-1 2.0-17 1.0-3 3.0-4 106-395 88-323

Sks/ Yds INT 1.5-12 1.5-10 6.0-34 4-10 - 5-158 1.5-17 - 10-79 7.0-60 1.0-12 1-0 4.0-28 0.5-6 2.0-17 25-196 20-247 29-180 12-248

PD QBH FR 2 1-0 1 2 3 2-9 2 - 1-28 4 1-0 5 7 1 1 1-0 2 1 2-0 3 1 1-0 1 2 1 1-1 2 1 1 3 41 5 10-38 60 12 12-16

FC 2 4 2 1 2 1 1 13 23

BK SAF 3 2 2 5 2 1 1

LINEBACKER REGGIE CARTER

LINEBACKER KYLE BOSWORTH

UT—Unassisted Tackle; AT—Tackle Assist; TT—Total Tackles; TFL—Tackles for Loss; Sks—Sacks; FC—Fumbles Caused; FR—Fumbles Recovered; BK—Blocked Kicks; PD—Passes Defensed; Int—Interceptions

GAME-BY-GAME TEAM STATISTICS UCLA Offense Game SAN DIEGO STATE TENNESSEE KANSAS STATE STANFORD OREGON CALIFORNIA ARIZONA OREGON STATE WASHINGTON WASHINGTON STATE ARIZONA STATE USC TEMPLE

Rushing TC-YDS-TD 38-144-2 36-85-0 34-173-1 26-95-1 33-66-0 26-137-2 23-65-0 29-51-0 40-84-1 37-232-4 36-131-0 35-134-1 28-93-0

Passing PA-PC-I-YDS-TD 31-20-2-215-1 23-11-0-101-1 24-13-1-186-1 32-22-0-204-0 35-18-2-145-0 41-21-1-311-0 35-15-0-146-0 34-22-0-323-2 31-23-2-371-2 45-29-0-324-1 31-15-0-161-0 39-18-3-188-0 31-16-1-221-2

UCLA Defense Total Offense Plays-YDS-TD 69-359-3 59-186-1 58-359-2 60-299-1 68-211-0 68-448-2 58-211-0 63-374-2 71-455-3 68-292-5 74-322-0 74-322-1 59-314-2

Rushing TC-YDS-TD 18-39-0 44-115-1 37-69-1 44-174-3 43-221-0 41-289-2 46-209-2 35-144-1 25-152-0 27-73-0 33-118-0 34-130-2 42-123-2

Passing PA-PC-I-YDS-TD 45-18-3-238-2 26-13-3-93-0 35-21-2-199-0 20-14-0-198-0 17-9-1-82-1 23-14-0-205-3 35-22-3-247-2 35-26-0-319-1 40-23-1-235-2 20-9-3-108-1 22-15-1-197-2 26-18-1-206-1 23-13-2-159-1

Total Offense Plays-YDS-TD 63-277-2 70-208-1 72-268-1 64-372-3 60-303-1 64-494-5 81-456-4 70-463-2 65-387-2 47-181-1 55-315-2 60-336-3 65-282-3

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STATISTICS 2009 Game-by-Game Individual PASSING Game San Diego State Tennessee Kansas State Stanford Oregon California Arizona Oregon State Washington Washington State Arizona State USC Temple

Brehaut PA-PC-I-Yds-TD 2-2-0-39-0 DNP DNP DNP 10-5-1-64-0 DNP 3-2-0-11-0 0-0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0-0 2-2-0-10-0 DNP DNP DNP

Craft PA-PC-I-Yds-TD 0-0-0-0-0 DNP 24-13-1-186-1 34-22-0-204-0 DNP DNP 17-6-0-75-0 DNP 14-10-1-159-1 DNP 0-0-0-0-0 17-8-1-98-0 0-0-0-0-0

Crissman PA-PC-I-Yds-TD DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 2-0-0-0-0 DNP DNP INJ

Prince PA-PC-I-Yds-TD 29-18-2-176-1 23-11-0-101-1 INJ INJ 25-13-1-81-0 41-21-1-311-0 15-7-0-60-0 34-22-0-323-2 17-13-1-212-1 40-27-0-314-1 31-15-0-161-0 22-10-2-90-0 31-16-1-221-2

QUARTERBACK KEVIN PRINCE

RUSHING Game San Diego State Tennessee Kansas State Stanford Oregon California Arizona Oregon State Washington Washington State Arizona State USC Temple

RECEIVING

Coleman TC-Yds-TD 4-69-1 6-1-0 8-46-0 2-3-0 2-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-19-0 13-49-0 12-50-0 2-2-0 1-1-0 1-3-0

Franklin TC-Yds-TD 12-43-1 17-80-0 23-119-1 14-58-1 9-32-0 11-101-2 9-36-0 14-37-0 7-4-0 3-22-0 0-0-0 4-28-0 3-6-0

Knox TC-Yds-TD 8-45-0 3-12-0 DNP 2(-2)-0 ILL 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 7-35-0 9-44-0 DNP DNP DNP

Moline TC-Yds-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-8-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-3-1 3-25-3 25-84-0 12-15-1 15-69-0

Prince TC-Yds-TD 7-(-15)-0 8-(-5)-0 INJ INJ 8-22-0 8-21-0 5-(-9)-0 8-(-9)-0 1-8-0 5-76-1 6-42-0 7-34-0 5-14-0

Ramirez TC-Yds-TD INJ INJ INJ 0-0-0 2-13-0 1-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

Theriot TC-Yds-TD 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

Thigpen TC-Yds-TD 6-4-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-28-0 6-14-0 3-10-0 1-4-0 1-0-0 3-6-0 2-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-(-5)-0

Game San Diego State Tennessee Kansas State Stanford Oregon California Arizona Oregon State Washington Washington State Arizona State USC Temple

Austin PC-Yds-TD 6-37-1 1-9-0 2-58-1 3-47-0 4-15-0 2-24-0 1-12-0 2-18-0 5-88-1 4-35-0 1-5-0 4-66-0 2-41-1

Carroll PC-Yds-TD 0-0-0 1-7-0 DNP DNP 1-9-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-5-0 DNP DNP DNP

Chandler PC-Yds-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 INJ INJ 0-0-0 1-5-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP

Coleman PC-Yds-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-3-0 1-(-7)-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-6-0 2-10-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

Embree PC-Yds-TD 6-97-0 0-0-0 1-17-0 4-33-0 5-50-0 5-89-0 3-20-0 5-8-1 3-55-0 6-73-1 4-41-0 1-17-0 2-28-0

Harkey PC-Yds-TD 1-1-0 2-18-0 1-10-0 3-11-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

Ketchum PC-Yds-TD INJ INJ INJ 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-4-0 1-16-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

Johnson PC-Yds-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP

Game San Diego State Tennessee Kansas State Stanford Oregon California Arizona Oregon State Washington Washington State Arizona State USC Temple

Miller PC-Yds-TD DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

Moline PC-Yds-TD 1-13-0 2-12-1 1-7-0 1-6-0 2-13-0 1-6-0 0-0-0 3-24-0 2-17-0 7-60-0 1-6-0 5-39-0 3-44-0

Moutra PC-Yds-TD 0-0-0 DNP 1-4-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP

Moya PC-Yds-TD 2-13-0 0-0-0 2-22-0 3-40-0 2-13-0 1-13-0 2-24-0 1-8-0 1-13-0 2-36-0 1-0-0 1-7-0 0-0-0

Paulsen PC-Yds-TD 1-5-0 2-22-0 2-23-0 2-14-0 1-26-0 5-96-0 3-23-0 4-29-0 1-56-0 2-27-0 2-9-0 1-1-0 3-31-0

Presley PC-Yds-TD 0-0-0 1-12-0 DNP 3-22-0 0-0-0 1-2-0 1-7-0 DNP INJ INJ INJ INJ DNP

Rosario PC-Yds-TD 2-40-0 0-0-0 3-45-0 2-28-0 0-0-0 3-57-0 2-27-0 6-152-1 7-111-0 3-69-0 5-74-0 5-54-0 4-66-1

Theriot PC-Yds-TD 1-9-0 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 1-4-0 0-0-0

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STATISTICS 2009 Game-by-Game Individual TACKLES Abbott Game PT-AT-TT-TFL San Diego State 0-0-0-0 Tennessee 1-1-2-0 Kansas State 1-0-1-0 Stanford 0-0-0-0 Oregon 0-1-1-0 California 0-0-0-0 Arizona 4-0-4-0 Oregon State 2-1-3-0 Washington 2-1-3-0 Washington State 3-0-3-0 Arizona State 1-1-2-0 USC 1-0-1-0 Temple 1-1-2-0

Anyanwau PT-A-T-TT-TFL INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ

Ayers PT-AT-TT-TFL 2-0-2-0 3-0-3-0 5-0-5-3.0 5-2-7-0 2-2-4-0 4-0-4-0 6-2-8-0 5-3-8-1.0 2-2-4-1.0 4-0-4-2.0 7-1-8-3.0 3-6-9-2.5 7-2-9-2.0

Ko. Bosworth PT-AT-TT-TFL 2-0-2-0 0-4-4-0.5 1-2-3-0.5 0-0-0-0 3-4-7-3.0 4-0-4-2.0 6-1-7-1.0 2-6-8-1.5 1-4-5-0.5 2-0-2-1.0 5-0-5-1.0 5-0-5-1.0 3-3-6-2.0

Ky. Bosworth PT-AT-TT-TFL 3-1-4-2.0 4-6-10-0.5 5-1-6-0 2-6-8-0 7-2-9-0 5-2-7-1.5 7-1-8-1.0 3-1-4-0 1-4-5-1.0 2-1-3-0 2-4-6-0 0-0-0-0 5-2-7-1.5

D. Carter PT-AT-TT-TFL 0-0-0-0 1-3-4-1.0 2-0-2-1.0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 1-0-1-0 0-0-0-0 1-0-1-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 0-1-1-0 0-0-0-0

R. Carter PT-AT-TT-TFL 5-1-6-0.5 4-10-14-1.0 4-0-4-0 3-4-7-1.0 5-1-6-3.0 5-1-6-1.0 4-4-8-1.0 2-2-4-0.5 3-0-3-0 2-1-3-0 3-2-5-0 5-1-6-0 2-5-7-0.5

Dye PT-AT-TT-TFL 1-0-1-0 3-4-7-0 7-2-9-0 6-4-10-0 4-3-7-0 3-0-3-0 3-2-5-0 7-3-10-0 3-2-5-0 2-1-3-0 1-2-3-0 7-0-7-0 1-3-4-0

Edison Game PT-AT-TT-TFL San Diego State DNP Tennessee DNP Kansas State DNP Stanford DNP Oregon DNP California 1-0-1-0 Arizona 0-0-0-0 Oregon State 0-0-0-0 Washington 0-0-0-0 Washington State 0-0-0-0 Arizona State DNP USC DNP Temple 1-0-1-0

Hester PT-A-T-TT-TFL 2-0-2-0 INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ DNP 0-0-0-0 INJ DNP DNP DNP DNP

Holmes PT-AT-TT-TFL 0-1-1-0 0-1-1-0 3-1-4-1.5 0-0-0-0 0-1-1-0 1-0-1-1.0 1-0-1-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 0-2-2-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0

Hilliard PT-AT-TT-TFL 0-0-0-0 1-1-2-0 0-0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-1-2-0 DNP 0-0-0-0 DNP

Jones PT-AT-TT-TFL 0-1-1-0 0-3-3-1.0 3-1-4-2.0 1-2-3-1.0 0-2-2-0.5 0-2-2-1.0 2-1-3-1.0 0-3-3-0.5 2-0-2-1.0 2-1-3-1.0 1-0-1-1.0 0-0-0-0 1-2-3-1.0

Larimore PT-AT-TT-TFL 0-0-0-0 0-1-1-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 INJ INJ 1-0-1-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0

Love PT-AT-TT-TFL 2-0-2-0 1-0-1-0 0-1-1-0 2-4-6-0 1-0-1-0 0-2-2-0 4-2-6-0 1-1-2-0 0-1-1-0 1-1-2-0 1-1-2-0 0-0-0-0 1-0-1-0

McKay PT-AT-TT-TFL DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

Moore Game PT-AT-TT-TFL San Diego State 1-0-1-0 Tennessee 4-2-6-0 Kansas State 3-1-4-0 Stanford 0-1-1-0 Oregon 1-0-1-0 California 6-3-9-1.0 Arizona 1-0-1-0 Oregon State 4-3-7-0 Washington 2-0-2-1.0 Washington State 2-1-3-0 Arizona State 2-1-3.0 USC 7-0-7-1.0 Temple 3-1-4-0

Pollard PT-A-T-TT-TFL DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

B. Price PT-AT-TT-TFL 3-0-3-1.0 5-0-5-4.0 3-0-3-0 2-0-2-2.0 4-0-4-2.0 2-2-4-1.5 2-0-2-1.0 0-1-1-0.5 3-1-4-1.5 4-0-4-3.0 4-2-6-4.0 5-0-5-2.0 4-1-5-1.0

S. Price PT-AT-TT-TFL 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 4-1-5-0 6-3-9-0 2-0-2-0 1-0-1-0 1-1-2-0 3-3-6-0 6-2-8-0 0-1-1-0 1-1-2-0 7-1-8-0 1-3-4-0

Siewierski PT-AT-TT-TFL 3-0-3-1.0 2-1-3-0 2-3-5-1.0 1-2-3-0 4-2-6-0.5 3-1-4-1.0 2-0-2-0 INJ INJ INJ 0-0-0-0 0-1-1-0 2-2-4-2.0

Schmitt PT-AT-TT-TFL 2-0-2-0 0-1-1-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 1-0-1-0 0-0-0-0 0-1-1-0 1-0-1-0 1-0-1-0 1-0-1-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0

Sermons PT-AT-TT-TFL DNP DNP DNP DNP 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

Sloan 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 2-0-2-1.0 0-0-0-0 0-1-1-0 0-0-0-0

Stokes Game PT-AT-TT-TFL San Diego State INJ Tennessee INJ Kansas State INJ Stanford 0-0-0-0 Oregon 2-3-5-0.5 California 0-0-0-0 Arizona 0-0-0-0 Oregon State 1-2-3-0 Washington 0-1-1-0 Washington State DNP Arizona State 1-0-1-0 USC 0-0-0-0 Temple 0-0-0-0

Tepa PT-A-T-TT-TFL DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-1-1-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP

Verner PT-AT-TT-TFL 2-0-2-0 2-4-6-0 3-2-5-0 8-4-12-0 3-2-5-0 5-2-7-0 5-0-5-1.0 6-3-9-0 6-1-7-1.0 2-0-2-1.0 3-0-3-0 2-0-2-0 4-3-7-2.0

Viney PT-AT-TT-TFL 2-0-2-0 4-4-8-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0-0 1-0-1-0 0-0-0-0 0-1-1-0 1-0-1-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0

Ward PT-AT-TT-TFL 1-0-1-0 0-1-1-0 3-0-3-0 0-1-1-0 0-2-2-0.5 0-1-1-0 0-0-0-0 2-4-6-1.0 3-0-3-0 1-0-1-1.0 1-2-3-1.0 0-2-2-0 0-1-1-0

Ware 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 1-0-1-0 0-0-0-0 0-1-1-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0

Westgate PT-AT-TT-TFL 2-0-2-0 0-0-0-0 0-1-1-1 0-1-1-0 1-0-1-0 0-0-0-0 5-2-7-0 0-1-1-0 1-0-1-0 2-0-2-0 0-1-1-0 1-0-1-0 0-0-0-0

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2009 STARTERS OFFENSE

SE

LT

LG

C

RG

RT

TB

FL

SDSU

Embree

Su'a-Filo

Baca

Maiava

Williams

Harris

Paulsen

Prince

Harkey*

Franklin

Austin

TENN

Embree

Su'a-Filo

Baca

Maiava

Williams

Harris

Paulsen

Prince

Moya*

Franklin

Austin

KSU

Embree

Su'a-Filo

Baca

Maiava

Williams

Harris

Paulsen

Craft

Moline

Franklin

Austin

STAN

Embree

Su'a-Filo

Baca

Maiava

Williams

Harris

Paulsen

Craft

Harkey*

Franklin

Austin

ORE

Embree

Su'a-Filo

Baca

Maiava

Williams

Harris

Paulsen

Prince

Presley*

Franklin

Austin

CAL

Embree

Su'a-Filo

Baca

Maiava

Williams

Harris

Paulsen

Prince

Moline

Franklin

Austin

ARIZ

Embree

Su'a-Filo

Baca

Maiava

Ekbatani

Harris

Paulsen

Prince

Harkey*

Ramirez

Austin

OSU

Rosario

Su'a-Filo

Baca

Maiava

Taylor

Harris

Paulsen

Prince

Moline

Franklin

Moya*

WASH

Embree

Su'a-Filo

Baca

Maiava

Taylor

Harris

Paulsen

Prince

Moline

Franklin

Austin

WSU

Embree

Su'a-Filo

Baca

Maiava

Savage

Harris

Paulsen

Prince

Harkey*

Coleman

Austin

ASU

Embree

Su'a-Filo

Baca

Maiava

Dean

Harris

Paulsen

Prince

Rosario**

Moline

Austin

USC

Embree

Su'a-Filo

Baca

Maiava

Dean

Harris

Paulsen

Prince

Theriot

Moline

Austin

TEM

Embree

Su'a-Filo

Baca

Dean

Ekbatani

Harris

Paulsen

Prince

Moya*

Moline

Austin

SLB

MLB

WLB

CB

SS

FS

CB

**three wide receivers

QB

FB

*two tight ends

DEFENSE

DE

DT

DT

SDSU

Jones

Price

Siewierski

Ko. Bosworth

Ayers

R. Carter

Ky. Bosworth

Hester

Dye

Moore

Verner

TENN

Jones

Price

Siewierski

Ko. Bosworth

Ayers

R. Carter

Ky. Bosworth

Viney

Dye

Moore

Verner

KSU

Jones

Price

Siewierski

Ko. Bosworth

Ayers

R. Carter

Ky. Bosworth

S. Price

Dye

Moore

Verner

STAN

Jones

Price

Siewierski

Ko. Bosworth

Ayers

R. Carter

Ky. Bosworth

S. Price

Dye

Moore

Verner

ORE

Jones

Price

Siewierski

Ko. Bosworth

Ayers

R. Carter

Ky. Bosworth

S. Price

Dye

Moore

Verner

CAL

Jones

Price

Siewierski

Ko. Bosworth

Ayers

R. Carter

Ky. Bosworth

S. Price

Dye

Moore

Verner

ARIZ

Jones

Price

Siewierski

Ko. Bosworth

Ayers

Ky. Bosworth

Westgate

S. Price

Dye

Moore

Verner

OSU

Jones

Price

Ward

Ko. Bosworth

Ayers

R. Carter

Ky. Bosworth

S. Price

Dye

Moore

Verner

WASH

Jones

Price

Ward

Ko. Bosworth

Ayers

R. Carter

Ky. Bosworth

S. Price

Dye

Moore

Verner

WSU

Jones

Price

Ward

Ko. Bosworth

Ayers

R. Carter

Ky. Bosworth

S. Price

Dye

Moore

Verner

ASU

Jones

Price

Siewierski

Ko. Bosworth

Ayers

R. Carter

Abbott*

S. Price

Dye

Moore

Verner

USC

Jones

Price

Siewierski

Ko. Bosworth

Ayers

R. Carter

Ky. Bosworth

S. Price

Dye

Moore

Verner

TEM

Jones

Price

Siewierski

Ko. Bosworth

Ayers

R. Carter

Ky. Bosworth

S. Price

Dye

Moore

Verner

*indicates nickel formation

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TE

DE


2009 BRUIN HONORS Freshman Cornerback Andrew Abbott Defensive co-winner of John Boncheff, Jr. Memorial Award for Rookie of the Year Freshman Offensive Lineman Nik Abele Charles Pike Memorial co-Award Winner for Outstanding Scout Team Player Sophomore Linebacker David Allen Charles Pike Memorial co-Award Winner for Outstanding Scout Team Player Senior Kick Returner Terrence Austin All-Pac-10 second team (coaches-KOR, Phil Steele-PR) All-Pac-10 third team â&#x20AC;&#x201C; (Phil Steele-KOR) Winner George W. Dickerson Award for Outstanding Offensive Player vs. USC Winner Paul I. Wellman Memorial Award for All-Around Excellence Sophomore Linebacker Akeem Ayers Sophomore All-America first team (CollegeFootballNews.com) All-Pac-10 third team (Phil Steele) All-Pac-10 honorable mention (coaches) Defensive co-winner of Captain Don Brown Memorial Award for Most Improved Player Senior Linebacker Kyle Bosworth Watch list for Rotary Lombardi Award All-Pac-10 honorable mention (coaches) Defensive co-winner Jerry Long "Heart" Award Senior Defensive End Korey Bosworth Watch list for Rotary Lombardi Award andTed Hendricks Award All-Pac-10 third team (Phil Steele) Defensive co-winner Jerry Long "Heart" Award Freshman Linebacker Isaiah Bowens Charles Pike Memorial co-Award Winner for Outstanding Scout Team Player Junior Defensive Lineman David Carter Defensive co-winner of Captain Don Brown Memorial Award for Most Improved Player Senior Linebacker Reggie Carter Watch list for Lott Trophy, Bednarik Award and Rotary Lombardi Award All-Pac-10 first team (coaches, Phil Steele) Defensive winner N.N. Sugarman Award for Best Leadership

Sophomore Safety Rahim Moore First-team All-America (Scout.com) Second-team All-America (Walter Camp Foundation, SI.com, Associated Press, Rivals.com) Third-team All-America (Sporting News, Phil Steele) All-Pac-10 first team (coaches, Phil Steele, Sporting News) Pac-10 Defensive MVP (Sporting News) Sophomore All-America third team (CollegeFootballNews.com) Senior Tight End Ryan Moya Watch list for John Mackey Award All-Academic Pac-10 honorable mention Offensive winner of Kenneth S. Washington Award for Outstanding Senior Senior Tight End Logan Paulsen Watch list for John Mackey Award All-Academic Pac-10 second-team Winner Jackie R. Robinson Award for Highest Scholarship of a Senior Player Offensive winner N.N. Sugarman Award for Best Leadership Freshman Defensive Back Marlon Pollard Winner of Ed Kezirian "Coach K" Award for Academic and Athletic Excellence Junior Defensive Tackle Brian Price Chuck Bednarik Award quarterfinalist Watch list for Bednarik Award, Bronco Nagurski Award, Ronnie Lott Trophy, Outland Trophy and Rotary Lombardi Award First-team All-America (AFCA, SI.com) Second-team All-America (Scout.com, Walter Camp Foundation, Sporting News, CBSSports.com, Phil Steele, Rivals.com) Third-team All-America (Associated Press) Pac-10 Pat Tillman Defensive Player of the Year All-Pac-10 first team (coaches, Phil Steele, Sporting News) Defensive winner Henry R. "Red" Sanders Award for Most Valuable Player Freshman Cornerback Sheldon Price Pac-10 All-Freshman first team (Sporting News) Defensive co-winner of John Boncheff, Jr. Memorial Award for Rookie of the Year Redshirt Freshman Quarterback Kevin Prince Offensive winner Jerry Long "Heart Award" Offensive co-winner of John Boncheff, Jr. Memorial Award for Rookie of the Year

Freshman Wide Receiver Jeff Dickman Charles Pike Memorial co-Award Winner for Outstanding Scout Team Player

Junior Holder Danny Rees All-Academic Pac-10 honorable mention

Senior Offensive Guard Nick Ekbatani All-Academic Pac-10 honorable mention

Freshman Wide Receiver Jerry Rice, Jr. Charles Pike Memorial co-Award Winner for Outstanding Scout Team Player

Junior Place Kicker Kai Forbath Lou Groza Collegiate Place-Kicker Award winner First-team All-America (AFCA, Walter Camp Football Foundation, Sporting News, FWAA, Phil Steele, Rivals.com) Second-team All-America (Associated Press, Scout.com, CBSSports.com) All-Pac-10 first team (coaches, Phil Steele, Sporting News) Co-winner Tommy Prothro Award for Outstanding Special Teams Player

Sophomore Wide Receiver Nelson Rosario All-Pac-10 honorable mention (coaches) Offensive co-winner of Captain Don Brown Memorial Award for Most Improved Player

Freshman Defensive Lineman Keenan Graham Charles Pike Memorial co-Award Winner for Outstanding Scout Team Player

Senior Defensive Lineman Jerzy Siewierski Defensive winner of Kenneth S. Washington Award for Outstanding Senior Sophomore Wide Receiver Josh Smith Charles Pike Memorial co-Award Winner for Outstanding Scout Team Player

Redshirt Freshman Defensive End Damien Holmes All-Academic Pac-10 second-team

Freshman Offensive Tackle Xavier Suâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;a-Filo Freshman All-America second team (Phil Steele) Freshman All-America third team (CollegeFootballNews.com) All-Pac-10 honorable mention (coaches) Freshman All-Pac-10 first team (Sporting News) Offensive co-winner of John Boncheff, Jr. Memorial Award for Rookie of the Year

Sophomore Defensive End Datone Jones Sophomore All-America honorable mention (CollegeFootballNews.com)

Senior Fullback Trevor Theriot All-Academic Pac-10 honorable mention

Senior Wide Receiver Gavin Ketchum All-Academic Pac-10 honorable mention

Senior Cornerback Alterraun Verner Jim Thorpe Award semi-finalist Watch list for Lott Trophy, Bednarik Award, Nagurski Award and Jim Thorpe Award First-team All-America (Rivals.com) Third-team All-America (Associated Press, Phil Steele) All-Pac-10 first team (coaches, Phil Steele) All-Academic Pac-10 second team Winner of Donn Moomaw Award for Outstanding Defensive Player vs. USC

Sophomore Offensive Tackle Mike Harris Offensive co-winner of Captain Don Brown Memorial Award for Most Improved Player

Redshirt Freshman Linebacker Patrick Larimore All-Academic Pac-10 honorable mention Freshman Punter Jeff Locke Ray Guy Award semi-finalist Freshman All-America first team (CollegeFootballNews.com) Freshman All-America second team (Phil Steele) All-Pac-10 first team (Phil Steele) All-Pac-10 second team (coaches) Freshman All-Pac-10 first team (Sporting News) All-Academic Pac-10 first-team Co-winner Tommy Prothro Award for Outstanding Special Teams Player

Sophomore Linebacker Sean Westgate All-Academic Pac-10 honorable mention Co-winner Tommy Prothro Award for Outstanding Special Teams Player

Freshman Wide Receiver Ricky Marvray Charles Pike Memorial co-Award Winner for Outstanding Scout Team Player Senior Tailback Chane Moline Offensive winner Henry R. "Red" Sanders Award for Most Valuable Player

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PACIFIC-10 Results/All-Conference Teams Conference Games W Oregon 8 Arizona 6 Oregon State 6 Stanford 6 USC 5 California 5 Washington 4 UCLA 3 Arizona State 2 Washington State 0

L 1 3 3 3 4 4 5 6 7 9

Pct. .889 .667 .667 .667 .556 .556 .444 .333 .222 .000

Pts. 375 286 314 330 212 205 218 181 163 80

Opp. 304 228 225 235 200 253 229 217 216 357

All Games W 10 8 8 8 9 8 5 7 4 1

L 3 5 5 5 4 5 7 6 8 11

Pct .769 .615 .615 .615 .692 .615 .417 .538 .333 .083

Pts. 469 356 409 461 344 378 313 295 268 144

Opp. 309 311 325 345 258 331 320 276 253 462

2009 ALL-PACIFIC-10 FOOTBALL TEAMS OFFENSE

First Team Sean Canfield, Sr., Oregon State Toby Gerhart, Sr., Stanford Jacquizz Rodgers, So., Oregon State James Rodgers, Jr., Oregon State Damian Williams, Jr., USC Ed Dickson, Sr., Oregon Chris Marinelli, Sr., Stanford Mike Tepper, Sr., California Jeff Byers, Sr., USC Charles Brown, Sr., USC Gregg Peat, Sr., Oregon State

QB RB RB WR WR TE OL OL OL OL OL

Second Team Jeremiah Masoli, Jr., Oregon Jahvid Best, Jr., California LaMichael James, Fr., Oregon Chris McGaha, Sr., Arizona State Jermaine Kearse, So., Washington Jim Dray, Sr., Stanford Colin Baxter, Jr., Arizona Chase Beeler, Jr., Stanford Kenny Alfred, Sr., Washington State Adam Grand, Gr., Arizona Shawn Lauvao, Sr., Arizona State

QB RB RB WR WR TE OL OL OL OL OL

DL DL DL DL LB LB LB DB DB DB DB

Second Team Daniel Te'o-Neisheim, Sr., Washington Everson Griffen, Jr., USC Will Tukuafu, Sr., Oregon Earl Mitchell, Sr., Arizona Donald Butler, Sr., Washington Xavier Kelley, Gr., Arizona Casey Matthews, Jr., Oregon Cam Nelson, Sr., Arizona Josh Pinkard, Sr., USC Trevin Wade, So., Arizona Kevin Thomas, Sr., USC

DL DL DL DL LB LB LB DB DB DB DB

DEFENSE

First Team Brian Price, Jr., UCLA Stephen Paea, Jr., Oregon State Tyson Alualu, Sr., California Dexter Davis, Sr., Arizona State Keaton Kristick, Sr., Oregon State Mike Mohamed, Jr., California Reggie Carter, Sr., UCLA Rahim Moore, So., UCLA Syd-Quan Thompson, Sr., California Taylor Mays, Sr., USC Alterraun Verner, Sr., UCLA

SPECIALISTS

First Team Kai Forbath, Jr., UCLA PK Bryan Anger, So., California P Chris Owusu, So., Stanford KOR Damian Williams, Jr., USC PR Suaesi Tuimaunei, Jr., Oregon State ST (ST = special teams player, not a kicker or punter)

Second Team Justin Kahut, Jr., Oregon State Jeff Locke, Fr., UCLA Terrence Austin, Sr., UCLA Kyle Williams, Sr., Arizona State Garrett Green, Sr., USC

DEFENSIVE TACKLE BRIAN PRICE

PK P KOR PR ST

HONORABLE MENTION UCLA: OLB Akeem Ayers, OLB Kyle Bosworth, WR Nelson Rosario, OT Xavier Su'a-Filo

ADDITIONAL HONORS Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year: Toby Gerhart, RB, Stanford Pat Tillman Defensive Player of the Year: Brian Price, DT, UCLA Offensive Freshman of the Year: LaMichael James, RB, Oregon Defensive Freshman of the Year:Vontaze Burfict, LB, Arizona State Coach of the Year: Chip Kelly, Oregon

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2009 Game Recaps UCLA 33, SAN DIEGO STATE 14

1

September 5 at the Rose Bowl

Game Notes - The Kevin Prince era at UCLA began with a win as the Bruins held SDSU scoreless for the final three quarters en route to a 33-14 victory. San Diego State outscored the Bruins 14-10 in the first quarter, but it was all UCLA after that as the Bruins tacked on 23 unanswered points. The run game was productive as Johnathan Franklin and Derrick Coleman each scored a touchdown on the ground. Prince threw for 176 yards with two interceptions in his Bruin debut. The defense had a solid game as well, holding the Aztecs to 39 total rushing yards. Rahim Moore led the defense with three picks in the game. UCLA special teams tacked on the final score for the Bruins as Alterraun Verner returned a blocked field goal 70 yards for a touchdown. Scoring San Diego St. 14 UCLA 10

Weather: Hazy (89º)

0 13

0 10

0 0

Attn.: 55,761

-

14 33

TENN - Hardesty, 11-yard run. Lincoln converts. (2:58) Second Quarter UCLA - Moline, 12-yard pass from Prince. Forbath converts. (7:09) Third Quarter UCLA - Forbath, 39-yard field goal. (14:00) UCLA - Forbath, 31-yard field goal. (9:53) UCLA - Forbath, 47-yard field goal. (2:39) Fourth Quarter TENN - Lincoln, 28-yard field goal. (9:56) TENN - Prince tackled by Rogan in end zone, safety. (1:41) Statistics UCLA Tennessee 12 ........................................... First Downs ............................................... 16 36/85 ........................ Carries/Net Yards Rushing ..........................44/115 101 .................................... Net Yards Passing........................................... 93 11/23/0............................ Pass Comp/Att/Int ................................13/26/3 59/186 ...........................Total Plays/Total Yards...............................70/208 Top Individuals Rushing - Hardesty (T) 26-89-1, Franklin (U) 17-80-0; Receiving - Hancock (T) 5-58-0, Paulsen (U) 2-22-0; Passing - Prince (U) 11-23-0-101-1, Crompton (T) 1326-3-93-0; UCLA Tackles - R. Carter 14, Ky. Bosworth 10,Viney 8, Dye 7, Moore 6, Verner 6.

First Quarter SDSU - Kawulok, 4-yard pass from Lindley.Yoshida converts. (9:28) UCLA - Forbath, 49-yard field goal. (4:43) SDSU - Brown, 78-yard pass from Lindley.Yoshida converts. (3:00) UCLA - Franklin, 12-yard run. Forbath converts. (2:44) Second Quarter UCLA - Coleman, 29-yard run. Forbath kick blocked. (5:33) UCLA - Austin, 6-yard pass from Prince. Forbath converts. (1:42) Third Quarter UCLA - Forbath, 50-yard field goal. (4:27) UCLA - Verner, 70-yard blocked field goal return. Forbath converts. (00:37)

UCLA 19, TENNESSEE 15

2

September 12 in Knoxville, TN

Game Notes - The Bruins traveled to SEC country to face Tennessee and came out victorious in a close game for their second win of the season. UCLA’s Kai Forbath was nearly perfect as he connected on 4-of-5 field goals for 12 of UCLA’s 19 points. Tennessee led 103 after the first quarter, but the Bruins held the Vols scoreless in the second and third, while scoring 16 straight points. Tennessee picked up five points in the fourth quarter on a field goal and safety, but the Bruins held on for the win. The UCLA defense was staunch as it held the Vols to 3-of-14 conversions on third down. Reggie Carter led the team with 14 tackles, while Brian Price recorded two sacks. Rahim Moore picked off two balls during the game for his second multiinterception performance of the season Scoring UCLA Tennessee

3 10

Weather: Sunny (82º)

7 0

9 0

0 5

Attn.: 102,239

-

September 19 at the Rose Bowl

Game Notes - UCLA won its third straight game as Kevin Craft started in place of an injured Kevin Prince (fractured jaw suffered against Tennessee). The Bruin run game was big as freshman Johnathan Franklin recorded his first career 100-yard rushing performance (119). Kicker Kai Forbath was a perfect 3-for-3 on field goals to help the Bruins score a 23-9 victory. The UCLA defense again was solid as it held KSU to 3-of-14 on third down conversions and just 69 yards rushing. Tony Dye led the way with nine tackles, while Akeem Ayers led the team with two sacks. Alterraun Verner had two picks in the game.

Statistics San Diego St. UCLA 11 ..........................................First Downs ........................................... 19 18/39 ....................... Carries/Net Yards Rushing....................... 38/144 238 ................................... Net Yards Passing ..................................... 215 18/45/3........................... Pass Comp/Att/Int .............................20/31/2 63/277 ......................... Total Plays/Total Yards ........................... 69/359 Top Individuals Rushing - Coleman (U) 4-69-1, Sullivan (S) 9-25-0; Receiving - Brown (S) 5-139-1, Embree (U) 6-97-0; Passing - Lindley (S) 18-45-3-238-2, Prince (U) 18-29-2-176-1; UCLA Tackles - R. Carter 6, Ky. Bosworth 4.

UCLA 23, KANSAS STATE 9

3

Scoring Kansas State 3 UCLA 7

Weather: Hazy (75º)

0 6

6 0

0 10

-

Attn.: 67,311

9 23

First Quarter UCLA - Franklin, 3-yard run. Forbath converts. (5:16) KS - Cherry, 26-yard field goal. (2:03) Second Quarter UCLA - Forbath, 39-yard field goal. (14:51) UCLA - Forbath, 35-yard field goal. (5:00) Third Quarter KS - Thomas, 7-yard run. Doerr pass failed for two-point conversion. (5:14) Fourth Quarter UCLA - Forbath, 40-yard field goal. (9:55) UCLA - Austin, 51-yard pass from Craft. Forbath converts. (6:18) Statistics Kansas State UCLA 19 ........................................... First Downs ..............................................16 37/69 ........................ Carries/Net Yards Rushing .........................34/173 199 .................................... Net Yards Passing........................................186 23/35/2............................ Pass Comp/Att/Int ...............................13/24/1 72/268 ...........................Total Plays/Total Yards..............................58/359 Top Individuals Rushing - Franklin (U) 23-119-1, Thomas (K) 15-54-1; Receiving - Rosario (U) 3-45-0, Banks (K) 6-33-0; Passing - Craft (U) 13-24-1-186-1, Coffman (U) 2034-2-193-0; UCLA Tackles - Dye 9, Ky. Bosworth 6, Ayers 5, S. Price 5,Verner 5, Siewierski 5.

19 15

First Quarter UCLA - Forbath, 26-yard field goal. (10:44) TENN - Lincoln, 31-yard field goal. (5:07)

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2009 Game Recaps STANFORD 24, UCLA 16

4

October 3 in Stanford, CA

Game Notes - Stanford’s Toby Gerhart rushed for 134 yards and three touchdowns as the Bruins dropped their first game of the year, 24-16, to the Cardinal. Stanford took a 14-6 halftime lead after two Gerhart touchdown runs, then tacked on 10 more points to lead 24-6 heading into the fourth quarter. A Bruin rally fell short despite holding the Cardinal scoreless in the final 15 minutes. Alterraun Verner led the defense with 10 tackles. Kevin Craft posted solid numbers in the loss, completing 22 of 34 passes for 204 yards and no interceptions.

Scoring UCLA Stanford

3 7

Weather: Sunny (72º)

3 7

0 10

10 0

-

Attn.: 41,525

Third Quarter ORE - Barner, 100-yard kickoff return. Flint converts. (14:47) ORE - Jackson, 32-yard interception return. Flint converts. (14:34) ORE - Maehl, 20-yard pass from Costa. Flint converts. (11:06) UCLA - Ayers, 0-yard interception return. Forbath converts. (3:04) Fourth Quarter ORE - Flint, 33-yard field goal. (14:57) Statistics

Oregon 15 43/221 82 9/17/1 60/303

Top Individuals Rushing - James (O) 20-152-0, Franklin (U) 9-32-0; Receiving - Embree (U) 5-50-0, Dickson (O) 3-24-0; Passing - Costa (O) 9-17-1-82-1, Prince (U) 13-25-1-81-0, Brehaut (U) 5-10-1-64-0; UCLA Tackles - Ky. Bosworth 9, Dye 7, Ko. Bosworth 7, R. Carter 6, Siewierski 6.

16 24

6

First Quarter UCLA - Forbath, 29-yard field goal. (8:51) STAN - Gerhart, 5-yard run. Whitaker converts. (3:11) Second Quarter STAN - Gerhart, 10-yard run. Whitaker converts. (9:31) UCLA - Forbath, 34-yard field goal. (00:00) Third Quarter STAN - Gerhart, 1-yard run. Whitaker converts. (9:39) STAN - Whitaker, 29-yard field goal. (1:03) Fourth Quarter UCLA - Franklin, 1-yard run. Forbath converts. (11:08) UCLA - Forbath, 35-yard field goal. (4:16) Statistics UCLA Stanford 20 ....................................... First Downs ...........................................20 26/95 .................... Carries/Net Yards Rushing.......................44/174 204 ................................ Net Yards Passing.....................................198 22/34/0........................ Pass Comp/Att/Int............................ 14/20/0 60/299 ...................... Total Plays/Total Yards...........................64/372 Top Individuals Rushing - Gerhart (S) 29-134-3, Franklin (U) 14-58-1; Receiving - Whalen (S) 6-118-0, Embree (U) 4-33-0; Passing - Craft (U) 22-34-0-204-0, Luck (S) 14-20-0198-0; UCLA Tackles - Verner 11, Dye 10, S. Price 9, Ayers 8, Ky. Bosworth 8.

OREGON 24, UCLA 10

5

October 10 at the Rose Bowl

Game Notes - The Bruins suffered their second loss of the year as the Oregon Ducks defeated UCLA in the Rose Bowl, 24-10. UCLA was able to hold the Ducks scoreless in the first half, but Oregon scored three touchdowns in the first five minutes of the third quarter to seal the win. Oregon returned a kickoff 100 yards to open up the second half, then picked off Kevin Prince, who had returned to action after missing the previous three games with a fractured jaw, and returned it for a touchdown for their second score. Prince then fumbled on the ensuing possession, giving Oregon the ball at the 50-yard line and, eventually, another seven points. Kyle Bosworth led the defense with nine tackles. Akeem Ayers interceped an Oregon pass in the endzone for UCLA’s only touchdown of the game. Scoring Oregon UCLA

0 0

Weather: Hazy (75º)

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Attn.: 77,819

Second Quarter UCLA - Forbath, 52-yard field goal. (5:59)

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UCLA 14 33/66 145 18/35/2 68/211

First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Pass Comp/Att/Int Total Plays/Total Yards

CALIFORNIA 45, UCLA 26 October 17 at the Rose Bowl

Game Notes - The Bruins dropped their third straight game of the year as California won 45-26 in the Rose Bowl. Kai Forbath was 4-of-4 in field goals and Kevin Prince recorded the first 300-yard passing game of his young career (311 yards, 21-41-1).Youngster Johnathan Franklin notched his second 100-yard rushing game of the season as he scored both of UCLA’s touchdowns, including one from 74 yards out. The defense was paced by Rahim Moore’s nine tackles.

Scoring California UCLA

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Weather: Mostly sunny (100º)

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Attn.: 67,317

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First Quarter CAL - Vereen, 42-yard run. D’Amato converts. (12:18) CAL - Jones, 43-yard pass from Riley. D’Amato converts. (4:54) UCLA - Franklin, 7-yard run. Forbath converts. (2:52) Second Quarter CAL - Best, 51-yard pass from Riley. D’Amato converts. (9:41) UCLA - Franklin, 74-yard run. Forbath converts. (9:23) CAL - Best, 93-yard run. Tavecchio converts. (5:05) UCLA - Forbath, 24-yard field goal (2:51) CAL - Jones, 24-yard pass from Riley. Tavecchio converts. (00:46) UCLA - Forbath, 39-yard field goal (00:00) Third Quarter UCLA - Forbath, 46-yard field goal. (11:41) CAL - Tavecchio, 24-yard field goal (6:42) UCLA - Forbath, 35-yard field goal. (3:05) Fourth Quarter CAL - Kendricks 68-yard interception return. Tavecchio converts. (5:05) California 17 41/289 205 14/23/0 64/494

Statistics First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Pass Comp/Att/Int Total Plays/Total Yards

UCLA 17 26/137 311 21/42/1 68/448

Top Individuals Rushing - Vereen (C) 17-154-1, Best (C) 18-102-1, Franklin (U) 11-101-2; Receiving - Paulsen (U) 5-96-0, Jones (C) 4-89-2; Passing - Prince (U) 21-41-1-311-0, Costa (U) 14-23-0-205-3; UCLA Tackles - Moore 9, Ky. Bosworth 7,Verner 7, R. Carter 4.


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ARIZONA 27, UCLA 13 October 24 in Tucson, AZ

Game Notes - Despite five turnovers by Arizona, the Wildcats defeated UCLA 2713 in Tucson as the Bruins lost their fourth straight game. Rahim Moore recorded his third multi-interception game of the season, with two picks, while Tony Dye returned a fumble for 28-yards for UCLA’s only touchdown of the game to highlight the defense. UCLA utilized three qb’s in the game - Prince, Craft and Brehaut, but none could get the offense going during the game.

Scoring UCLA Arizona

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Weather: Clear (84º)

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OSU - Kahut, 27-yard field goal. (00:00) Third Quarter UCLA - Forbath, 24-yard field goal. (9:44) Fourth Quarter OSU - Kahut, 31-yard field goal. (10:10) UCLA - Rosario, 58-yard pass from Prince. Rosario pass from Prince. (8:39) UCLA - Embree, 7-yard pass from Prince. Franklin pass from Prince. (2:06) OSU - James Rodgers, 17-yard run. Kahut converts. (00:44) UCLA 20 29/51 323 22/34/0 63/374

Statistics First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Pass Att/Comp/Int Total Plays/Total Yards

Top Individuals Rushing - Jacq. Rodgers (O) 24-112-0, Franklin (U) 14-37-0; Receiving - Rosario (U) 6-152-1, James Rodgers (O) 10-106-0; Passing - Prince (U) 22-34-0-323-2, Canfield (O) 25-34-0-305-0; UCLA Tackles - Dye 10,Verner 9, Ayers 8, Ko. Bosworth 8, Moore 7, S. Price 6, Ward 6.

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First Quarter AZ - Criner, 41-yard pass from Foles. Zendejas converts. (4:39) AZ - Grigsby, 6-yard run. Zendejas kick blocked. (3:19) Second Quarter UCLA - Forbath, 53-yard field goal. (7:51) Third Quarter UCLA - Forbath, 33-yard field goal. (13:39) AZ - Criner, 25-yard pass from Foles. Zendejas converts. (8:34) UCLA - Dye, 28-yard fumble return. Forbath converts. (5:20) AZ - Booth, 6-yard run. Zendejas converts. (00:34)

UCLA 10 23/65 146 15/35/0 58/211

Statistics

Top Individuals Rushing - Antolin (A) 16-77-0, Franklin (U) 9-36-0; Receiving - Turner (A) 5-55-0, Paulsen (U) 3-23-0; Passing - Foles (A) 22-34-3-247-2, Craft (U) 6-17-0-75-0, Prince (U) 7-15-0-60-0; UCLA Tackles - Ky. Bosworth 8, R. Carter 8, Ko. Bosworth 7, Westgate 7, Ayers 7.

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OREGON STATE 26, UCLA 19 October 31 in Corvaillis, OR

Game Notes - The Bruins lost their fifth straight game after a fourth quarter rally fell short in Corvallis. Down 19-3 in the final quarter, Kevin Prince threw two consecutive touchdown passes and two-point conversions to tie the game at 19-all. However, Oregon State scored a touchdown in the final minute of play to edge the Bruins 26-19. Prince had his second 300-yard plus passing game of the season as he was 22-of-34 for 323 yards. Receiver Nelson Rosario had a breakout game as he hauled in 152 passing yards, his first time over the century mark. Tony Dye led the defense with 10 tackles Scoring UCLA 0 Oregon State 3

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Weather: Cloudy (59º)

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UCLA 24, WASHINGTON 23 November 7 at the Rose Bowl

Game Notes - The Bruins got back into the win column by edging Washington by a point. Quarterbacks Kevin Prince and Kevin Craft combined for 371 total passing yards as each threw touchdown passes. Nelson Rosario had another big game, breaking the century receiving mark for the second time this season with 111 yards. A missed field goal in the fourth quarter by UW’s Erik Folk proved to be the difference-maker in the game as the Bruins held on to win 24-23. Rahim Moore tallied his eighth pick of the season, while Sheldon Price led the defense with eight tackles.

Arizona 27 46/209 247 22/35/3 81/456

First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Pass Att/Comp/Int Total Plays/Total Yards

Oregon State 23 35/144 319 26/35/0 70/463

Scoring Washington 10 UCLA 14

Weather: Hazy (68º)

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First Quarter UCLA - Harkey, 1-yard pass from Prince. Forbath converts. (10:16) UW - Kearse, 17-yard pass from Locker. Folk converts. (8:26) UW - Folk, 30-yard field goal. (6:14) UCLA - Moline, 1-yard run. Forbath converts. (1:49) Second Quarter UW - Folk, 20-yard field goal. (11:26) UW - Folk, 33-yard field goal. (9:27) Third Quarter UW - Kearse, 34-yard pass from Locker. Folk converts. (11:52) UCLA - Austin, 29-yard pass from Craft. Forbath converts. (10:53) Fourth Quarter UCLA - Forbath, 27-yard field goal. (14:53) Washington 21 25/152 235 23/40/1 65/387

Statistics First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Pass Att/Comp/Int Total Plays/Total Yards

UCLA 23 40/84 371 23/31/2 71/455

Top Individuals Rushing - Polk (W) 15-132-0, Coleman (U) 13-49-0; Receiving - Kearse (W) 7-114-2, Rosario (U) 7-111-0; Passing - Locker (W) 23-40-1-235-2, Prince (U) 13-17-1-212-1, Craft (U) 10-14-1-159-1; UCLA Tackles - S. Price 8,Verner 7, Ky. Bosworth 5, Ko. Bosworth 5.

First Quarter OSU - Kahut, 48-yard field goal. (10:35) Second Quarter OSU - Kahut, 42-yard field goal. (5:56) OSU - Camp, 14-yard pass from Jacq. Rodgers. Kahut converts. (1:12)

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November 14 in Pullman, WA

Game Notes - Kevin Prince tallied his third game with over 300 passing yards, while Chane Moline’s career performance paced the Bruins to a 43-7 win in Pullman. Moline picked up three of UCLA’s five touchdowns, while Prince added a huge 68-yard scoring run in the game. The offense had its most productive performance of the year with 556 total yards. Rahim Moore picked up his ninth interception of the season, while Akeem Ayers intercepted two balls and sacked the quarterback twice to lead the Bruin defense.

Scoring UCLA Wash. State

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Weather: Parly cloudy (34º)

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First Quarter UCLA - Embree, 27-yard pass from Prince. Forbath converts. (13:36) UCLA - Moline, 2-yard run. Forbath converts. (5:16) Second Quarter UCLA - Prince, 68-yard run. Forbath converts. (13:04) UCLA - Team safety. (10:45) UCLA - Forbath, 38-yard field goal. (00:00) Third Quarter UCLA - Forbath, 31-yard field goal. (9:59) WSU - Solomon, 46-yard pass from Lopina. Rooney converts. (1:56) Fourth Quarter UCLA - Moline, 7-yard run. Forbath converts. (14:55) UCLA - Moline, 16-yard run. Forbath converts. (11:56) UCLA 28 37/232 324 29/45/0 82/556

Statistics First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Pass Att/Comp/Int Total Plays/Total Yards

Washington St. 7 27/73 108 9/20/3 47/181

Top Individuals Rushing - Prince (U) 5-76-1, Tardy (W) 14-41-0; Receiving - Moline (U) 7-60-0, Solomon (W) 2-54-1; Passing - Prince (U) 29-45-314-1-46, Lopina (W) 7-14-0102-1, Lobbestael (W) 2-6-3-6-0; UCLA Tackles - B. Price 4, Ayers 4.

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UCLA 23, ARIZONA STATE 13 November 21 at the Rose Bowl

Game Notes - The Bruins became bowl eligible with their sixth win of the season, defeating ASU, 23-13, at home. Alterraun Verner started the game off on a high note as he intercepted an ASU pass and returned it for a touchdown for UCLA’s first score of the game. ASU rallied for a touchdown of their own, but the Bruin defense held the Sun Devils scoreless in the second and third quarters, enabling UCLA to take a 20-7 lead heading into the fourth. ASU could only manage two field goals in the fourth as the Bruins would go on to win their third straight game. Akeem Ayers led the defense with eight tackles, while he and Brian Price each tallied two sacks in the game. Scoring Arizona State 7 UCLA 7

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Weather: Partly cloudy (66º)

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First Quarter UCLA - Verner, 68-yard interception return. Forbath converts. (11:47)

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ASU - Williams, 35-yard pass from Szakacsy. Weber converts. (00:51) Second Quarter UCLA - Forbath, 22-yard field goal. (9:16) UCLA - Ayers, 9-yard fumble recovery. Forbath converts. (1:19) UCLA - Forbath, 20-yard field goal. (00:00) Fourth Quarter UCLA - Forbath, 25-yard field goal. (13:42) ASU - Williams, 70-yard pass from Szakacsy. Szakacsy pass failed. (11:47) Arizona State 17 33/118 197 15/22/1 55/315

Statistics

UCLA 16 36/131 161 16/32/0 68/292

First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Pass Att/Comp/Int Total Plays/Total Yards

Top Individuals Rushing - Nance (A) 21-110-0, Moline (U) 25-84-0; Receiving - Williams (A) 6-128-2, Rosario (U) 5-74-0; Passing - Szakacsy (A) 15-22-1-197-2, Prince (U) 15-31-0-161-0; UCLA Tackles - Ayers 8, B. Price 6, Ky. Bosworth 6, Ko. Bosworth 5, R. Carter 5.

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USC 28, UCLA 7 November 28 at the Coliseum

Game Notes - The Bruins’ perfect November run was halted as USC defeated UCLA 28-7 in the final game of the regular season. The Trojans held a 14-0 lead heading into the fourth quarter, but UCLA was able to close to within seven points on a two-yard run by Chane Moline. However, the Trojans struck back, pushing the lead to 21-7 with just over a minute to play in the game. The Bruins then turned the ball over on downs on their next possession. Head coach Rick Neuheisel opted to take a timeout with just under a minute to play with USC back on offense. The Trojans came out of the timeout with a play-action pass that resulted in another touchdown. Both Kevin Prince and Kevin Craft saw action at quarterback as both teams struggled offensively. Alterraun Verner recorded his 13th career interception, while Brian Price recorded two tackles for a loss. Akeem Ayers led the defense in tackles with nine, including 2.5 for a loss. Scoring UCLA USC

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First Quarter USC - Smith, 62-yard interception return. Congdon converts. (6:31) Third Quarter USC - Bradford, 1-yard run. Congdon converts. (7:01) Fourth Quarter UCLA - Moline, 2-yard run. Forbath converts. (5:41) USC - Bradford, 2-yard run. Congdon converts. (1:30) USC - Williams, 48-yard pass from Barkley. Congdon converts. (00:44) UCLA 18 35/134 186 18/39/3 74/322

Statistics First Downs Carries/Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Pass Att/Comp/Int Total Plays/Total Yards

USC 18 34/130 206 18/26/1 60/366

Top Individuals Rushing - Bradford (S) 14-62-2, Craft (U) 9-40-0; Receiving - Williams (S) 5-82-1, Rosario (U) 5-54-0; Passing - Barkley (S) 18-26-1-206-1, Prince (U) 10-22-2-900, Craft (U) 8-17-1-98-0; UCLA Tackles - Ayers 9, S. Price 8, Dye 7, Moore 7, R. Carter 6, B. Price 5, Ko. Bosworth 5.


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UCLA 30, TEMPLE 21 December 29 at the EagleBank Bowl

Scoring UCLA Temple

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Weather: Windy (30º)

UCLA rallied from a 21-7 second-quarter deficit to defeat the Temple Owls, 30-21, in the second-ever EagleBank Bowl in Washington, DC. It was UCLA’s fourth win in a fivegame span to close out the season. It was also the first bowl victory under head coach Rick Neuheisel. In cold (30º) and windy RFK Stadium, UCLA outscored Temple 20-0 in the second half, holding the Owls to 41 net yards. Early in the third quarter, Terrence Austin turned a fourth-down slant pass into a 32-yard touchdown. Kai Forbath’s field goal early in the final quarter brought the Bruins to within a point, 21-20. With just over six minutes left in the contest, linebacker Akeem Ayers picked off a pass at the two-yard line and scored the go-ahead touchdown. A two-point conversion and a safety made the final score 30-21.

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First Quarter TEM - Maneri, 26-yard pass from Charlton. McManus converts. (12:15) UCLA - Rosario, 46-yard pass from Prince. Forbath converts. (6:00) Second Quarter TEM - Pierce, 11-yard run. McManus converts. (3:47) TEM - Brown, 2-yard run. McManus converts. (1:25) UCLA - Forbath, 40-yard field goal. (00:00) Third Quarter UCLA - Austin, 32-yard pass from Prince. Forbath converts. (11:59) Fourth Quarter UCLA - Forbath, 42-yard field goal. (12:31) UCLA - Ayers, 2-yard interception return. Rosario pass from Prince. (6:01) UCLA - Team Safety Statistics UCLA Temple 13 First Downs 18 28/93 Carries/Net Yards Rushing 42/123 221 Net Yards Passing 159 16/31/1 Pass Att/Comp/Int 13/23/2 59/314 Total Plays/Total Yards 65/282 Top Individuals Rushing - Brown (T) 20-83-1, Moline (U) 15-69-0, Pierce (T) 12-53-1; Receiving - Rosario (U) 4-66-1, Moline (U) 3-44-0, Pierce (T) 3-33-0, Paulsen (U) 3-310; Passing - Prince (U) 16-31-1-221-2, Charlton (T) 13-23-2-159-1; UCLA Tackles - Ayers 9, Ky. Bosworth 7,Verner 7, R. Carter 7, Ko. Bosworth 6.

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THE LAST TIME... 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: Akeem Ayers vs. Temple, 2009 (2 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): Akeem Ayers vs. Arizona State, 2009 (9 yds) Scored on a blocked field goal: Alterraun Verner vs. San Diego State, 2009 (70 yds) Scored on a blocked extra point attempt: Bret Lockett vs. Fresno State, 2008 50+ Points: 50 vs. Northwestern, 2005 (50-38) 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: 2008 at Arizona State Did not allow an opponent field goal: 2009 vs. Temple Did not score a field goal vs. an opponent: 2009 vs. USC Scored on a two-point PAT: Kevin Prince to Nelson Rosario vs. Temple, 2009 300+ yards rushing: 333 yards vs. Washington, 2007 (51att/333) 400+ yards rushing: 424 yards at Washington, 2004 (54 att/424) Less than 25 yards rushing: 16 at California, 2008 (22 att/16) 300+ yards passing: 324 at Washington State, 2009 400+ yards passing: 510 vs. Arizona State, 2005 500+ yards passing: 510 vs. Arizona State, 2005 Less than 100 yards passing: 89 vs. USC, 2008 500+ yards total offense: 556 vs. Washington (232r, 324 p), 2009 600+ yards total offense: 624 vs. Stanford (338r, 286p), 2007 800+ all-purpose yards: 800 at Miami, 1998 Less than 200 yards tot. off.: 186 at Tennessee, 2009 Less than 150 yards tot. off.: 114 vs. USC, 2001 Beat a top 25 team at home: Tennessee, 2008 (No. 18 AP) Beat a top 20 team at home: Tennessee, 2008 (No. 18 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 Oregon State, 2001 (No. 19 AP) Beat a top 20 team on road: at Oregon State, 2001 (No. 19 AP) Beat a top 15 team on road: at Arizona, 1998 (No. 10 AP) Beat a top 10 team on road: at Arizona, 1998 (No. 10 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 4 interceptions: 4 at Arizona, 2003 UCLA Had 0 turnovers: Arizona State, 2009

UCLA INDIVIDUAL RUSHING

Rushed for 300+ yards: Maurice Drew, 2004 at Washington (322) Rushed for 200+ yards: Chris Markey, 2006 vs. Rice (208) Rushed for 150+ yards: Chris Markey, 2007 vs. Washington (193) Rushed for 100+ yards: Johnathan Franklin, 2009 vs. California (101) Pair run for 100+ yds: Chris Markey(193)/ Kahlil Bell(109) vs. Washington, 2007 Had run of 90+ yards: 92 by DeShaun Foster, 2001 vs. Washington Had run of 75+ yards: 83 by Maurice Drew, 2003 vs. Arizona State Had run of 70+ yards: 74 by Johnathan Franklin, 2009 vs. California Had run of 60+ yards: 68 by Kevin Prince, 2009 at Washington State Had run of 50+ yards: 68 by Kevin Prince, 2009 at Washington State Had 30 rushing attempts: 30 by Chris Markey vs. Oregon, 2007 Had 4+ rushing touchdowns: 5, Maurice Drew at Washington, 2004

UCLA INDIVIDUAL PASSING

Passed for 300+ yards: Kevin Prince, 2009 at Washington State (314) Had 30+ completions: Drew Olson, 2005 at Washington State (31) Had 50+ attempts: Dennis Dummit, 1970 vs. California (51) Had 4 touchdown passes: Ben Olson, 2007 at Stanford (5) Threw four interceptions: Kevin Craft, 2008 at California Had 80+ yard pass completion: 91 yds., D. Olson/J. Cowan vs. Arizona State, 2005 Had 70+ yard pass completion: 77 yds., B. Olson/J. Cowan at Stanford, 2007 Had 60+ yard pass completion: 69 yds., B. Olson/B. Breazell at Oregon State, 2007 Had 50+ yard pass completion: 58 yds., K. Prince/N. Rosario at Oregon State, 2009

UCLA INDIVIDUAL RECEIVING

Caught 10+ passes: 11 by Marcedes Lewis at Arizona, 2005 Had 100+ yards receiving: 111 by Nelson Rosario vs. Washington, 2009 Had 150+ yards receiving: 152 by Nelson Rosario at Oregon State, 2009 Had 200+ yards receiving: 230 by Craig Bragg vs. Oregon, 2003 Pair of Bruins with 100+ yards receiving: Marcedes Lewis(108), Joe Cowan (109), Chris Markey (120) 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 Had 80+ yard reception: 91 by Joe Cowan vs. Arizona State, 2005

UCLA INDIVIDUAL DEFENSE

Had 15+ tackles: 20 by Reggie Carter at BYU, 2008 Had more than 20 tackles: 21 by Eric Turner vs. Oregon, 1989 Had 2+ interceptions: Rahim Moore (2) at Arizona, 2009 Had 5+ tackles for loss: Robert Thomas (5) vs. Ohio State, 2001 Had 4+ sacks: Brendon Ayanbadejo (4) vs. USC, 1998 Blocked a punt: Sean Westgate at Washington State, 2009

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Blocked a PAT: Jerzy Siewierski at Arizona, 2009 Blocked a field goal: Jerzy Siewierski vs. Oregon, 2009 UCLA recorded a safety: vs. Temple, 2009

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: 53 by Kai Forbath at Arizona, 2009 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: Alterraun Verner vs. San Diego State, 2009 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 downs 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: Skip Hicks vs. U. Wash., 1997 (147 rushing/106 receiving) Scored four TDs in one quarter: fourth quarter at Oregon State, 2007 Scored 40+ points in one half: first half vs. Rice, 2005 (49) 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 rain: 2007 at Oregon State Played a game in the rain at home: 1982 vs. Oregon Played a game in 100ยบ degree temperature: 2009 vs. Cal (100ยบ)

OPPONENT TEAM

Kick return for touchdown: Kenjon Barner, Oregon, 2009 (100 yds) Punt return for touchdown: Marlon Moore, Fresno State, 2008 (63 yds) Interception return for touchdown: Malcolm Moore, USC, 2009 (62 yds) Scored upon by a blocked punt (TD): Lawrence Timmons, Florida State, 2006 (25 yards) Scored on a fumble recovery (TD): Paul Unga, Arizona State, 2008 (17 yards) Scored on a safety: Tennessee, 2009 Scored on a failed extra point attempt: none Scored on a two-point conversion: Washington, 2006 50+ points scored: 59 at BYU, 2008 Shutout at home: 1999 by Cal (0-17) Shutout on road: 2008 at BYU (0-59) Rushed for 300+ yards: Oregon, 2008 (323) Rushed for less than 25 yards: at Arizona State, 2008 (21) Passed for 400+ yards: Washington State, 2006 (405) Passed for less than 100 yards: Oregon, 2009 (82) Had 500+ yards total offense: at BYU, 2008 (521) 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, 2008 (4) Intercepted five UCLA passes: Washington State, 2001 (5)

OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL RUSHING

Rushed for 250+ yards: Reggie Bush, USC, 2005 (260) Rushed for 200+ yards: Dwight Tardy, Washington State, 2007 (214) Had run of 75+ yards: Jahvid Best, California, 2009 (93) Had run of 50+ yards: Jahvid Best, California, 2009 (93) Had 40+ rushing attempts: Jerome Harrison, Washington State, 2004 (42) Had 35+ rushing attemps: Dwight Tardy, Washington State, 2007 (37)

OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL PASSING

Passed for 400+ yards: Alex Brink, Washington State, 2006 (405) Had 25+ completions: Sean Canfield, Oregon State, 2009 (25) Had 50+ attempts: Max Hall, BYU, 2007 (52) Completed a pass for 75+ yards:78 by Ryan Lindley, San Diego State, 2009 Completed a pass for 50+ yards: 70 by Sampson Szakacsy, Arizona State, 2009 Had 4+ touchdown passes: Jake Locker (4), Washington, 2007

OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL RECEIVING

Caught 10+ passes: James Rodgers, Oregon State, 2009 (10) Had 100+ yards receiving: Kyle Williams, Arizona State, 2009 (128) Had 150+ yards receiving: Mike Hass, Oregon State 2005 (199) Had 200+ yards receiving: Troy Walters, Stanford, 1999 (278) Had 3 TD catches: Derek Hagan, Arizona State, 2004 (3)

OPPONENT DEFENSE

Had 15+ tackles: Malcolm Smith, USC, 2009 (15) Had 2 interceptions: Marcus Ezeff, California (2) Had 3 sacks: Stephen Paea, Oregon State, 2009 (3) Blocked a punt: USC, 2008 Blocked a field goal: BYU, 2008 Blocked a PAT: San Diego State, 2009

OPPONENT MISCELLANEOUS

Scored four touchdowns: Ron Dayne, 1998 Rose Bowl, (4) Kicked 50+ yard field goal:Thomas Weber, Arizona State, 2007 (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: Arizona State, 2008 Returned Interception for score: USC, 2009 Returned a PAT for score: none


FOOTBALL RECORDS UCLA’s Career Leaders RUSHING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Years Carries Gaston Green 1984-87 708 Freeman McNeil 1977-80 605 DeShaun Foster 1998-01 722 Karim Abdul-Jabbar 1992-95 608 Wendell Tyler 1973-76 526 Skip Hicks 1993-94, 96-97 638 Theotis Brown 1976-78 526 Chris Markey 2004-07 579 Kevin Nelson 1980-83 574 Maurice Drew 2003-05 481

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 Craft 9. Dennis Dummit 10. Gary Beban

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

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

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

Craig Bragg Kevin Jordan Danny Farmer J.J. Stokes Sean LaChapelle Brian Poli-Dixon Mike Sherrard Marcedes Lewis Mike Farr Freddie Mitchell

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

Danny Farmer Craig Bragg Kevin Jordan J.J. Stokes Freddie Mitchell Brian Poli-Dixon Jim McElroy Sean LaChapelle Willie Anderson Mike Sherrard

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Maurice Drew Terrence Austin Gaston Green Chris Markey Craig Bragg DeShaun Foster Theotis Brown Skip Hicks Brian Brown Freeman McNeil

YL 153 102 260 159 59 233 40 149 104 147

NYG 3,731 3,195 3,194 3,182 3,181 3,140 2,914 2,733 2,583 2,503

Years Att Comp TD Yds 1995-98 1,250 694 68 10,708 2002-05 1,148 664 67 8,532 1979-82 751 441 50 6,168 1999-02 816 439 42 6,877 1987-88 627 406 41 5,298 1990-91 670 391 33 5,363 1991-94 612 352 34 4,723 2008-09 524 292 9 3,063 1969-70 552 289 29 4,356 1965-67 465 243 23 4,087

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

TYG 3,884 3,297 3,454 3,341 3,240 3,373 2,954 2,882 2,687 2,650

Avg 5.27 5.28 4.42 5.23 6.04 4.92 5.54 4.72 4.50 5.20

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

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

Years 2001-04 1992-95 1996-99 1991-94 1989-92 1997-01 1982-85 2002-05 1986-89 1998-00

No. 193 179 159 154 142 139 128 126 124 119

Yds 2,845 2,548 3,020 2,469 2,027 2,127 1,965 1,571 1,497 2,135

Avg 14.74 14.23 18.99 16.03 14.27 15.30 15.35 12.47 12.07 17.94

TD 19 12 19 28 14 20 10 21 2 10

Years 1996-99 2001-04 1992-95 1991-94 1998-00 1997-01 1994-97 1989-92 1984-87 1982-85

No. 159 193 179 154 119 139 101 142 105 128

Yds 3,020 2,845 2,548 2,469 2,135 2,127 2,029 2,027 2,023 1,965

Avg 18.99 14.74 14.23 16.03 17.94 15.30 20.09 14.27 19.27 15.35

TD 19 19 12 28 10 20 14 14 14 10

Plays 603 316 752 688 307 797 594 684 560 641

Rush 2,503 146 3,731 2,733 151 3,194 2,914 3,140 2,099 3,195

Rec 819 1,192 281 645 2,845 548 301 697 294 366

Years 1982-85 20072003-06 1993-96 1986-89 1999-02 1995-98 1977-79 1991-92 1978-81 1971-73

FGA 100 83 88 83 65 59 46 49 40 34 47

FGM 85 72 70 57 51 42 33 31 29 24 24

Lg 52 54 52 50 53 49 56 48 47 49 48

Years 1. John Lee 1982-85 2. Justin Medlock 2003-06 3. Skip Hicks 1993-94, 96-97 4. Bjorn Merten 1993-96 5. Kai Forbath 20076. Alfredo Velasco 1986-89 7. DeShaun Foster 1998-01 8. Chris Griffith 1999-02 9. Gaston Green 1984-87 10. Maurice Drew 2003-05 * — two-point conversions

TD 0 0 55 0 0 0 44 0 40 39

PAT 135 147 0 130 75 114 *1 136 *4 0

FG 85 70 0 57 72 51 0 42 0 0

Years 1956-58 2001-04 1999-02 2005-08 1967-69 1985-88 1981-84 1995-98 1990-94 1951-53

No. 77 154 267 286 136 128 232 241 221 42

Yds 3,432 6,624 11,420 12,220 5,798 5,392 9,766 10,120 9,274 1,757

Avg 44.60 43.01 42.77 42.73 42.63 42.13 42.09 41.99 41.96 41.83

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

Years 2006-09 2000-02 1986-89 1994-97 1974-76 1979-82 1969-71 1988-91 2004-07 2004-07

No. 89 67 66 54 42 41 40 39 36 34

Yds 2,145 1,476 1,416 1,259 875 963 890 841 790 986

Avg 24.10 22.03 21.45 23.31 20.83 23.49 22.25 21.56 21.94 29.00

TD 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3

Years 1977-80 1989-92 1984-87 1987-90 1985-88 1980-83 20082006-09 1999-02 1983-86 1979-83 1951-53

No. 19 16 15 14 14 14 13 13 13 13 13 13

Yds 186 219 216 315 246 157 84 357 245 240 98 303

Avg 9.79 13.69 14.40 22.50 17.57 11.21 6.46 27.46 18.85 18.46 7.54 23.30

TD 1 2 1 1 3 1 0 4 0 2 1 0

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

John Lee Kai Forbath Justin Medlock Bjorn Merten Alfredo Velasco Chris Griffith Chris Sailer Peter Boermeester Louis Perez Norm Johnson Efren Herrera

SCORING

Pct .555 .578 .587 .538 .648 .584 .575 .557 .524 .522

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

Years 2003-05 2006-09 1984-87 2004-07 2001-04 1998-01 1976-78 1993-97 1987-90 1977-80

FIELD GOALS

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

PR KOR 579 787 942 2,145 271 57 790 961 207 57 229 729 - 1,416 -

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

Kirk Wilson Chris Kluwe Nate Fikse Aaron Perez Zenon Andrusyshyn Harold Barkate Kevin Buenafe Chris Sailer Darren Schager Paul Cameron

PUNT RETURNS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

Tot 4,688 4,425 4,283 4,225 4,164 4,028 3,944 3,837 3,809 3,561

Terrence Austin Paul Guidry Craig Bragg Ron Carver Darryl Henley Lupe Sanchez Ernie Johnson Joe Sabol Kenny Easley Ricky Manning

KICKOFF RETURNS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Terrence Austin Tab Perry Brian Brown Jim McElroy Wally Henry Jojo Townsell Ron Carver Shawn Wills Chris Markey Matthew Slater

INTERCEPTIONS 1. 2. 3. 4. 7.

Kenny Easley Carlton Gray James Washington Eric Turner Marcus Turner Don Rogers Rahim Moore Alterraun Verner Ricky Manning Craig Rutledge Lupe Sanchez Bill Stits

Pts 390 357 330 301 291 267 266 262 248 234

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FOOTBALL RECORDS UCLAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Career /Season Leaders TACKLES (1975-2009) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Years 1975-78 1980-83 2002-05 1977-80 1987-90 1984-87 1984-87 1988-91 1975-77 1986-89

Jerry Robinson Don Rogers Spencer Havner Kenny Easley Eric Turner James Washington Ken Norton Matt Darby Frank Stephens Craig Davis

TACKLES FOR LOSS (1975-2009)

Years 1985-88 2007-09 2000-03 2004-07 2002-05 1998-01 1984-87 1992-95 1979-82 1985-88

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

Year 1995 1986 1979 1975 1978 1997 1994 1991 1973 2001

Karim Abdul-Jabbar Gaston Green Freeman McNeil Wendell Tyler Theotis Brown Skip Hicks Karim Abdul-Jabbar Kevin Williams Kermit Johnson DeShaun Foster

PASSING (1937-2009) (based on completions) 1. Drew Olson 2. Kevin Craft 3. Troy Aikman 4. Tommy Maddox Tom Ramsey 6. Cade McNown 7. Drew Olson 8. Cade McNown 9. Rick Neuheisel 10. Tommy Maddox

Cade McNown Drew Olson Cade McNown Tom Ramsey Troy Aikman Tommy Maddox Drew Olson Tommy Maddox Cade McNown Troy Aikman

Year 2005 2008 1988 1991 1982 1998 2004 1997 1983 1990

Year 1998 2005 1997 1982 1988 1990 2004 1991 1996 1987

RECEPTIONS (1938-2009) 1. 2. 3. 6. 7. 9. 10.

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J.J. Stokes Freddie Mitchell Craig Bragg Kevin Jordan Sean LaChapelle Mike Farr Marcedes Lewis Danny Farmer Craig Bragg Terrence Austin Brian Poli-Dixon

Years 2000-03 2004-07 1984-86, 88 1985-88 1984-87 1991-93 1992-95 1985-88 1982-85 2004-06

Dave Ball Bruce Davis Eric Smith Carnell Lake Terry Tumey Jamir Miller Donnie Edwards Jim Wahler Mark Walen Justin Hickman

No. 30.5 29.0 26.5 25.5 25.0 23.5 22.5 21.0 20.0 19.5

No. 45.5 44.5 43.5 42.5 42.0 41.0 39.0 38.0 38.0 37.0

Carries 296 253 271 208 211 258 210 191 150 216

Att 378 417 354 343 336 357 341 312 267 327

Comp 242 232 228 209 209 207 196 189 185 182

Yds 1,571 1,405 1,396 1,388 1,283 1,282 1,227 1,141 1,129 1,109

Yds 3,198 2,341 2,771 2,681 2,986 3,470 2,565 3,116 2,245 2,682

TOTAL OFFENSE (1937-2009) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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

UCLA SINGLE SEASON LEADERS

RUSHING (1936-2009) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

QUARTERBACK SACKS (1975-2009)

Tackles 468 405 402 374 369 347 339 332 313 312

Year 1993 2000 2003 1994 1991 1988 2005 1998 2002 2008 2000

Plays 432 428 391 470 432 417 394 420 424 352

No. 82 77 73 73 73 66 58 58 55 53 53

Rush 182 -48 26 138 83 148 106 -29 58 -87

Yds 1,181 1,494 1,065 1,228 1,056 700 741 1,274 889 460 750

Pass 3,470 3,198 3,116 2,986 2,771 2,682 2,565 2,681 2,424 2,527

Avg 14.4 19.4 14.6 16.8 14.5 10.6 12.8 22.0 16.2 8.7 14.2

Avg 5.3 5.6 5.2 6.7 6.1 5.0 5.8 6.0 7.5 5.1

Pct .640 .556 .644 .609 .622 .580 .575 .606 .693 .557

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

TD Cl 34 Sr. 7 Jr. 24 Sr. 16 So. 21 Sr. 25 Sr. 20 Jr. 24 Jr. 13 Sr. 17 Fr.R

RECEIVING YARDS (1938-2009) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Freddie Mitchell Danny Farmer Kevin Jordan J.J. Stokes Craig Bragg Sean LaChapelle Jim McElroy Willie Anderson Craig Bragg Brandon Breazell

Year 2000 1998 1994 1993 2003 1991 1997 1987 2002 2007

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

TD 17 9 5 7 11 0 10 9 8 1 5

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

Yds 1,494 1,274 1,228 1,181 1,065 1,056 988 903 889 810

Avg 19.4 22.0 16.8 14.4 14.6 14.5 21.0 18.8 16.2 15.9

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS (1938-2009) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Terrence Austin Maurice Drew Terrence Austin Theotis Brown Karim Abdul-Jabbar Skip Hicks Maurice Drew Freeman McNeil Freddie Mitchell Gaston Green

Year 2008 2005 2009 1978 1995 1997 2004 1979 2000 1986

PUNTING (1938-2009)

Tot Yds 3,652 3,150 3,142 3,124 2,854 2,830 2,671 2,652 2,482 2,440

No. 77 58 73 82 73 73 47 48 55 51

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

Kirk Wilson Art Steffan Kirk Maggio Aaron Perez Nate Fikse Darren Schager Zenon Andrusyshyn Frank Corral Jeff Locke Chris Kluwe

Year 1956 1948 1989 2008 2001 1994 1967 1976 2009 2004

Rush 90 914 25 1,283 1,571 1,282 1,007 1,396 -1 1,405

Rec KOR 460 1,109 453 69 455 1,036 74 447 188 0 389 0 262 185 140 0 1,494 0 70 0

No. 30 17 45 79 53 53 34 44 70 61

Yds 1,479 779 2,036 3,571 2,342 2,342 1,502 1,939 3,054 2,647

PR 219 427 302 0 0 0 152 0 0 0

Avg 49.30 45.82 45.24 45.21 44.19 44.19 44.17 44.07 43.63 43.39

TD 9 9 7 17 5 11 10 6 8 4

Tot Yds 1,878 1,863 1,818 1,804 1,759 1,671 1,606 1,536 1,493 1,475

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

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

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


FOOTBALL RECORDS UCLA’s Single-Season Leaders FIELD GOALS (1942-2009)

Year 1984 2009 2006 2007 1985 1993 1997 1987 2008 1988

1. John Lee 2. Kai Forbath Justin Medlock 4. Kai Forbath 5. John Lee 6. Bjorn Merten 7. Chris Sailer Alfredo Velasco 9. Kai Forbath 10. Alfredo Velasco

SCORING (1942-2009) 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9.

Skip Hicks Maurice Drew Skip Hicks John Lee Justin Medlock Chris Sailer Kai Forbath Alfredo Velasco Kai Forbath John Lee

Year 1997 2005 1996 1984 2006 1997 2009 1987 2007 1985

FGA 36 31 32 30 25 26 25 24 22 19

TD 26 20 20 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TOUCHDOWNS (1940-2009) 1. Skip Hicks 2. Maurice Drew Skip Hicks 4. J.J. Stokes Gaston Green 6. Kermit Johnson 7. John Sciarra Gary Beban 9. DeShaun Foster DeShaun Foster Jermaine Lewis Karim Abdul-Jabbar Theotis Brown Paul Cameron Joe Fleming

Year 1997 2005 1996 1993 1986 1973 1975 1965 2001 2000 1998 1995 1976 1953 1926

PUNT RETURNS (1940-2009) 1. Craig Bragg 2. Terrernce Austin Ron Carver 4. Terrence Austin 5. Tim McAteer 6. Paul Guidry 7. Lupe Sanchez 8. Kenny Easley 9. Paul Guidry Ron Carver

Year 2003 2009 1969 2007 1965 1993 1982 1979 1995 1971

KICKOFF RETURNS (1940-2009) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Terrence Austin Terrence Austin Matthew Slater Tab Perry Tab Perry Jim McElroy Brian Brown Brian Brown Darryl Henley Wally Henry

Year 2008 2009 2007 2000 2002 1995 1990 1989 1986 1975

FGM 32 28 28 25 22 21 20 20 19 17

PAT 0 0 0 21 29 52 24 48 30 39

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

FG 0 0 0 32 28 19 28 20 25 22

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

Pts 156 120 120 117 113 109 108 108 105 105

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

TACKLES (1975-2009) 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 10.

Jerry Robinson Jerry Robinson Jerry Robinson Craig Davis Don Rogers Eric Turner Frank Stephens Brandon Chillar Don Rogers Spencer Havner Ken Norton

Year 1978 1976 1977 1989 1983 1989 1977 2003 1981 2004 1987

TACKLES FOR LOSS (1975-2009) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Robert Thomas Brian Price Marvcus Patton Donnie Edwards Dave Ball Justin Hickman Carnell Lake 8. Jamir Miller Irv Eatman 10. Bruce Davis

Year 2001 2009 1989 1994 2003 2006 1987 1993 1980 2006

INTERCEPTIONS (1942-2009) No. 26 20 20 17 17 16 14 14 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

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

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

No. 38 33 33 31 30 29 28 27 25 25

Yds 302 302 292 311 200 303 226 336 377 190

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.

No. 46 43 34 29 25 24 22 22 22 22

Yds 1,109 1,036 986 598 626 595 456 465 488 489

Avg 24.1 24.1 29.0 20.6 25.0 24.8 20.7 21.1 22.2 22.2

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

Carlton Gray Rahim Moore Bob Stiles Bill Stits Marvin Goodwin Don Rogers Kenny Easley Bob Waterfield 9. Larry Atkins Craig Rutledge Tom Sullivan Kenny Easley John Nanoski Jimmy Allen Ron Carver Sandy Green Milt Davis Ernie Johnson Ben Reiges

Year 1991 2009 1965 1952 1993 1983 1978 1942 1997 1986 1981 1977 1973 1972 1969 1967 1952 1946 1946

No. 161 159 147 143 143 141 136 133 133 125 125

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

No. 26.0 23.5 22.0 21.0 20.5 19.0 19.0 18.0 18.0 17.5

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

No. 11 10 9 8 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

QUARTERBACK SACKS (1975-2009) 1. 2. 3.

7. 8.

Dave Ball Carnell Lake Bruce Davis Justin Hickman Donnie Edwards Jamir Miller Bruce Davis Dave Ball Marvcus Patton Eric Smith

Year 2003 1987 2006 2006 1994 1993 2007 2002 1989 1986

RUSHING ATTEMPTS (1936-2009) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Karim Abdul-Jabbar Freeman McNeil DeShaun Foster Skip Hicks Gaston Green Tyler Ebell Chris Markey Skip Hicks DeShaun Foster Theotis Brown

Year 1995 1979 2000 1997 1986 2002 2006 1996 2001 1978

No. 16.5 13 12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 12 11 11 11

No. 296 271 269 258 253 234 227 224 216 211

Yds 132 79 125 235 136 81 71 96 154 104 28 33 106 42 97 51 83 58 —

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.

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

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

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INDIVIDUAL SCHOOL RECORDS TOTAL OFFENSE

PASSING

PLAYS

ATTEMPTS

Game: 58 — Dennis Dummit vs California, 1970 Season: 499 — Kevin Craft, 2008 Career: 1,563 — Cade McNown, 1995-98

YARDS GAINED

Game: 515 — Cade McNown vs Miami, 1998 Season: 3,652 — Cade McNown, 1998 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 AbdulJabbar vs Stanford, 1995 Season: 296 — Karim Abdul-Jabbar, 1995 Career: 722 — DeShaun Foster, 1998-01

YARDS GAINED

Game: 322 — Maurice Drew at Washington, 2004 Season: 1,571 — Karim Abdul-Jabbar, 1995 Career: 3,731 — Gaston Green, 1984-87

YARDS PER GAME

Season: 142.8 — Karim Abdul-Jabbar, 1995

GAMES GAINING 100 YARDS OR MORE

Season: 8 — Karim Abdul-Jabbar, 1995; Gaston Green, 1986; Freeman McNeil,1980 and 1979; Wendell Tyler, 1975 Career: 20 — Gaston Green, 1984-87

CONSECUTIVE GAMES GAINING 100 YARDS OR MORE

Season: 7 — Gaston Green, 1986; 6 — Tyler Ebell, 2002 Two-Seasons: 8 — Gaston Green, 1986-87; 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

GAMES GAINING 100 YARDS RUSHING AND 100 YARDS RECEIVING

Game: 51 — Dennis Dummit vs California, 1970 Season: 417 — Kevin Craft, 2008 Two Seasons: 719 — Drew Olson, 2004-05 Career: 1,250 — Cade McNown, 1995-98

COMPLETIONS

Game: 32 — Troy Aikman vs USC, 1988 Season: 242 — Drew Olson, 2005 Season (Freshman): 182 — Tommy Maddox, 1990 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 Season: 168.6 — Cade McNown, 1997 Career: 152.9 — Troy Aikman, 1987-88

INTERCEPTIONS

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

YARDS GAINED

Game: 513 — Cade McNown vs Miami, 1998 Season: 3,470 — Cade McNown, 1998 Season (Freshman): 2,682 — Tommy Maddox, 1990 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): 243.8 — Tommy Maddox, 1990 Career: 233.2 — Tommy Maddox, 1990-91

GAMES PASSING FOR 350 YARDS OR MORE Season: 3 — Cade McNown, 1998 Career: 6 — Cade McNown, 1995-98

GAMES PASSING FOR 300 YARDS OR MORE

Career: 2 — Skip Hicks, 1997 vs Washington (147 rushing, 106 receiving); Skip Hicks, 1996 vs California (146 rushing, 113 receiving)

Season: 6 — Cade McNown, 1998 Career: 11 — Cade McNown, 1995-98

YARDS GAINED, QUARTERBACK Game: 178 — John Sciarra vs Tennessee, 1974 Season: 815 — Jeff Dankworth, 1976 Career: 1,813 — John Sciarra, 1972-75

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

YARDS GAINED, FRESHMAN

MOST CONSECUTIVE PASSES COMPLETED

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

TOUCHDOWN PASSES

17 — Rick Neuheisel vs Washington, 1983

MOST CONSECUTIVE PASSES WITHOUT AN INTERCEPTION

RECEPTIONS BY A TIGHT END

Game: 11 — Marcedes Lewis vs Arizona, 2005 Season: 58 — Marcedes Lewis, 2005 Career: 126 — Marcedes Lewis, 2002-05

YARDS GAINED

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; 68.6 — Danny Farmer, 1996-99

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 NUMBER OF PUNTS

Game: 11 — Aaron Perez vs USC, 2007; Darren Schager vs Washington St., 1992; Bob Heydenfeldt vsWisconsin, 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

AVERAGE PER PUNT

Season (Min. 30): 49.3 — Kirk Wilson, 1956 (30 for 1,479 yds) Career (Min. 75): 44.6 — 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

Game: 3 — 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

YARDS GAINED

Season: 235 — Bill Stits, 1952 Career: 357 — Alterraun Verner, 2006-09

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)

TOUCHDOWNS

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)

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)

TOUCHDOWNS

LONGEST PASS PLAY

LONGEST RETURN

AVERAGE PER CARRY

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

95 yards —Wayne Cook to J.J. Stokes vs Washington, 1993

LONGEST PASS (IN AIR)

100 yards — Jimmy Allen vs California, 1973;Alan Dial vs Oregon State, 1986; Dennis Price vs California, 1987

62 yards — Kenny Washington to Hal Hirshon vs USC, 1937

PUNT RETURNS

RECEIVING

NUMBER OF RETURNS

RECEPTIONS

Game: 14 — J.J. Stokes vs Wisconsin, 1994 Rose Bowl Season: 82 — J.J. Stokes, 1993 (Regular-Season: 73 — Kevin Jordan, 1994) Career: 193 — Craig Bragg, 2001-04 Career Games with at least 10 Receptions: 3 — J.J. Stokes, 1991-93

RECEPTIONS BY RUNNING BACK Career: 67 — Chris Markey, 2004-07

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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

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

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


INDIVIDUAL SCHOOL RECORDS 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)

TOUCHDOWNS

TACKLES

Game: 28 — Jerry Robinson vs Air Force, 1976 Season: 161 — Jerry Robinson, 1978 Career: 468 — Jerry Robinson, 1975-78

SACKS

Season: 3 — Maurice Drew, 2005; Sam Brown, 1955 Career: 4 — Maurice Drew, 2003-05; Sam Brown, 1953-55

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

LONGEST RETURN

96 yards — Craig Bragg vs USC, 2004

KICKOFF RETURNS

TACKLES FOR LOSS

Season: 26.0 — Robert Thomas, 2001 Career: 45.5 — Carnell Lake, 1985-88

NUMBER OF RETURNS

Game: 7 — Shawn Wills vs USC, 1990; Terrence Austin vs Cal, 2008 Season: 46 — Terrence Austin, 2008 Career: 89 — Terrence Austin, 2006-09

YARDS GAINED

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)

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS

MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

Game: 384 — Maurice Drew vs Washington, 2004 (322 rushing, 62 kickoff return) Season: 1,878 — Terrence Austin, 2008 (1,109 kickoff return, 460 receiving, 219 punt return, 90 rushing) Career: 4,668 — Maurice Drew, 2003-05 (2,503 rushing, 819 receiving, 787 kickoff return, 579 punt return)

LONGEST FIELD GOAL

56 yards — Chris Sailer vs Oregon, 1997

LONGEST FIELD GOAL BY FRESHMAN LONGEST DROP KICK

Game: 6 — John Lee vs San Diego State, 1984 Season: 32 — John Lee, 1984 Career: 85 — John Lee, 1982-85

103 yards — Al Hoisch vs Illinois, 1947 Rose Bowl

Game: 2 — Kai Forbath vs BYU (LV Bowl), 2007; Justin Medlock vs Oregon, 2004 Season: 5 — Kai Forbath, 2007 Career: 9 — Kai Forbath, 2007-09

27 yards — Mike Frankovich vs Utah, 1933

MOST FIELD GOALS MADE

LONGEST RETURN

MOST FIELD GOALS MADE 50+ YARDS

POINTS SCORED

Game: 5 — Maurice Drew vs Cal, 2005; at Washington, 2004 Season: 26 — Skip Hicks, 1997 Career: 55 — Skip Hicks, 1993-94, 1996-97

Game: 2 — Brandon Breazell vs Northwestern, 2005 Season: 3 — Matthew Slater, 2007 Career: 3 — Matthew Slater, 2004-07

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, 37 straight

54 yards — Kai Forbath vs Oregon, 2007

TOUCHDOWNS

TOUCHDOWNS

CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS MADE

SCORING 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 Career: 390 — John Lee, 1982-85 Career (Non-Kicking): 324 — Skip Hicks, 1993-94, 1996-97

Game: 206 — Terrence Austin vs Fresno State, 2008 Season: 1,109 — Terrence Austin, 2008 Career: 2,145 — Terrence Austin, 2006-09

YARDS GAINED

DEFENSE (1975 - PRESENT)

Game: 7 — Efren Herrera vs Washington, 1971 Season: 36 — John Lee, 1984 Career: 100 — John Lee, 1982-85

HIGHEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

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) (Kai Forbath, 2007-current, .867 - 72-83)

POINTS AFTER TOUCHDOWN MADE

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

POINTS AFTER TOUCHDOWN ATTEMPTED

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

KICK POINTS SCORED

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)

CONSECUTIVE GAMES IN WHICH KICKED FIELD GOAL

15 — Peter Boermeester, 1978-79 (Last 10-1978, first 5-1979)

UCLA BOWL GAME RECORDS INDIVIDUAL Total Offensive Plays: 54 — Wayne Cook, 1994 Rose Bowl Total Offensive Yards: 355 — Cade McNown, 1999 Rose Bowl Rushing Attempts: 33 — Gaston Green, 1986 Freedom Bowl Net Rushing Yards: 266 — Gaston Green, 1986 Freedom Bowl Longest Rush: 79 — Gaston Green, 1986 Freedom Bowl Rushing Touchdowns: 4 — Eric Ball, 1986 Rose Bowl Passing Yards: 340 — Cade McNown, 1999 Rose Bowl Passes Attempted: 43 — Wayne Cook, 1994 Rose Bowl Passes Completed: 28 — Wayne Cook, 1994 Rose Bowl Touchdown Passes: 4 — Rick Neuheisel, 1984 Rose Bowl Receptions: 14 — J.J. Stokes, 1994 Rose Bowl Receiving Yards: 180 — Freddie Mitchell, 2000 Sun Bowl Touchdown Receptions: 2 — Craig Bragg, 2004 Las Vegas Bowl; Karl Dorrell, 1984 Rose Bowl; Wally Henry, 1976 Rose Bowl Longest Pass Play: 78 — Patrick Cowan to Brandon Breazell, 2006 Emerald Bowl Points: 24 — Eric Ball, 1986 Rose Bowl Touchdowns: 4 — Eric Ball, 1986 Rose Bowl Interceptions: 2 — Don Rogers, 1984 Rose Bowl; Bob Stiles, 1966 Rose Bowl Punts: 9 — Chris Kluwe, 2003 Silicon Valley Bowl; Larry Cox, 1966 Rose Bowl Punting Average: 47.8 — Kevin Buenafe, 1981 Bluebonnet Bowl Punt Returns: 5 — Lupe Sanchez, 1984 Rose Bowl Punt Return Yardage: 89 — Craig Bragg, 2002 Las Vegas Bowl Longest Punt Return: 74 — Craig Bragg, 2002 Las Vegas Bowl Kickoff Returns: 6 — Wally Henry, 1976 Liberty Bowl Kickoff Return Yardage: 178 — Al Hoisch, 1947 Rose Bowl Longest Kickoff Return: 103 — Al Hoisch, 1947 Rose Bowl All-Purpose Yards: 266 — Gaston Green, 1986 Freedom Bowl Field Goals: 3 — Kai Forbath, 2007 Las Vegas Bowl; John Lee, 1985 Fiesta Bowl

TEAM Overall Record: 14-15-1 Points: — 50, 2005 Sun Bowl Most Points Allowed: — 51, 1995 Aloha Bowl Fewest Points Allowed: — 3, 1991 Hancock Bowl; 1989 Cotton Bowl Total Offensive Plays: — 84, 1984 Rose Bowl Total Offensive Yards: — 538, 1999 Rose Bowl Rushing Attempts: — 55, 1989 Cotton Bowl; 1986 Rose Bowl;1978 Fiesta Bowl Net Yards Rushing: — 423, 1986 Freedom Bowl Passing Yards: — 418, 1999 Rose Bowl Passes Attempted: — 43, 1994 Rose Bowl Passes Completed: — 28, 1994 Rose Bowl Interceptions By: — 4, 1984 Rose Bowl First Downs: — 31, 1994 Rose Bowl Punts: — 11, 1966 Rose Bowl Punting Average: — 47.8, 1981 Bluebonnet Bowl Penalties: — 14, 1981 Bluebonnet Bowl Penalty Yards: — 143, 1981 Bluebonnet Bowl Touchdowns: — 7, 2005 Sun Bowl; 6, 1986 Rose Bowl; 1984 Rose Bowl

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TEAM SCHOOL RECORDS SINGLE SEASON

SCORING

Most Points: 477 — 1997, 476 — 1998, 469 — 2005 Fewest Points (Min. 9 Games): 59 — 1943 Most Touchdowns: 64 — 1973; 62 — 2005 Fewest Touchdowns: 9 — 1943 Most Field Goals: 32 — 1984 Most Points After Touchdowns: 62 — 1998 Most Safeties: 3 — 1952

TOTAL OFFENSE

Most Plays: 916 — 2007 Fewest Plays: 458 — 1943 Most Yards: 5,847 — 1998 Fewest Yards: 1,290 — 1943 Highest Average Per Game: 487.3 — 1998 Lowest Average Per Game: 143.3 — 1943

Most Attempts: 436 — 2009 Fewest Attempts: 82 — 1972 Most Completions: 247 — 2005 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: 3,658 — 1998 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

SINGLE GAME

SACKS

TOTAL OFFENSE

Most Yards: 679 vs Arizona State, 1994 Fewest Yards: 41 vs Syracuse, 1964

RUSHING

Most Punts: 93 — 2007 Fewest Punts: 33 — 1975 Most Yards: 3,908 — 2003 Fewest Yards: 1,259 — 1975 Highest Average: 44.6 — 2008

Most Yards: 621 vs Stanford, 1973 Fewest Yards: -37 vs Syracuse, 1962

PASSING

Most Attempts: 51 vs California, 1970 Fewest Attempts: 1 vs Oregon, 1973; vs Oregon,1975 Most Completions: 32 vs USC, 1988 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

INTERCEPTIONS

Most Interceptions: 34 — 1952 Most Yards Gained: 509 — 1952 Average Per Return: 23.0 — 1987

PUNT RETURNS

Most Returns: 63 — 1946 Fewest Returns: 15 — 1964 Most Yards: 740 — 1946 Fewest Yards: 41 — 1989 Average Per Return: 25.0 — 2005

SCORING

FIRST DOWNS

Most Fumbles: 45 — 1946 Fewest Fumbles: 9 — 1952 Most Fumbles Lost: 27 — 1946 Fewest Fumbles Lost: 2 — 1952

PUNTING

Most: 10 vs Washington, 1970 Most Yards: 259 vs Illinois, 1947 Rose Bowl

FUMBLES

PENALTIES

PASSING

KICKOFF RETURNS

Most Penalties: 109 — 2003 Fewest Penalties: 32 — 1943 Most Yards Lost On Penalties: 976 — 2003 Fewest Yards Lost On Penalties: 237 — 1943

Most Total First Downs: 292 — 1988 Fewest Total First Downs: 66 — 1943 Most First Downs Rushing: 214 — 1973 Fewest First Downs Rushing: 50 — 1963 Most First Downs Passing: 146 — 1988 Fewest First Downs Passing: 12 — 1943 Most First Downs Penalty: 26 — 1998 Fewest First Downs Penalty: 1 — 1954

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

Most: 10 vs USC, 1946 Most Yards: 180 vs Stanford, 1954

Most Points: 72 vs Stanford, 1954 Most Touchdowns: 11 vs Stanford, 1954 Most Safeties: 2 vs Oregon State, 1952 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): 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

RUSHING

PUNT RETURNS

INTERCEPTIONS

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: 5 vs California, 1970 Most Sacks: 11 vs BYU, 1993

GENERAL UCLA RECORDS

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, 2320 in 1999; won vs Oregon, 41-38 in 1998; won vs USC, 48-41 in two overtimes in 1997

Most Thrown: 7 vs Stanford, 1937 Most Caught: 10 vs California, 1978 Most Yards Returned: 194 vs California, 1978

KICKOFF RETURNS

Most Returns: 53 — 2008 Fewest Returns: 16 — 1954 Most Yards: 1,272 — 2008 Fewest Yards: 289 — 1945 Average Per Return: 25.6 — 1980

PUNTING

Most: 16 vs USC, 1946 Fewest: 0 vs Oregon St., 1973; vs Michigan St.,1974; vs USC, 1975

BIG OFFENSIVE DAYS IN BRUIN HISTORY RUSHING

PASSING

TOTAL OFFENSE

621 566 532 505 501 498 486 479 455 455

513 510 418 409 400 399 399 399 397 395 395

679 671 670 662 660 651 650 644 635 625 624

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1973 at Stanford* 1973 Washington 1972 at California 1972 Arizona 1945 Pacific 1954 at Oregon State 1976 at Arizona State 1975 at Oregon 1975 at Washington State 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).

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1998 at Miami* 2005 Arizona State 1999 Wisconsin (RB) 1990 USC 1997 Tennessee 1998 at Oregon State 1994 at Arizona State 1983 Brigham Young 1982 at California 1998 Oregon 1996 Arizona State

*UCLA 45, Miami 49 — Cade McNown completed 26-35 passes for five touchdowns. Danny Farmer caught six passes for 135 and two touchdowns. Brian Poli-Dixon caught four passes for 130 yards and two touchdowns.

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1994 at Arizona State* 1973 Washington 1998 at Miami 1988 Long Beach State 2005 Arizona State 1982 Stanford 1973 at Stanford 1991 at San Diego State 1973 Oregon State 2002 at Oregon State 2007 at Stanford

*UCLA 59, ASU 23 — UCLA rushed for 280 yards and passed for 399 more. Wayne Cook completed 18-24 passes 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 one touchdown.


UCLA OPPONENT RECORDS SINGLE SEASON

SINGLE GAME

TOTAL OFFENSE

TOTAL OFFENSE

Most Plays: 975 — 2007 Fewest Plays: 482 — 1945 Most Yards: 5,517 — 2005 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: 273 — 2007 Fewest Completions: 48 — 1943 Highest Completion Percent.: 60.8% — 1985 Lowest Completion Percent.: 33.8% — 1946 Most Yards Gained: 3,090 — 1998 Fewest Yards Gained: 620 — 1944 Highest Average Per Game: 257.5 — 1998 Lowest Average Per Game: 68.6 — 1953 Most Touchdowns: 24 — 2000 Fewest Touchdowns: 3 — 1955, 1960, 1962

SCORING

Most Points: 410 — 2005 Fewest Points: 40 — 1954 Most Touchdowns: 53 — 2000, 2005 Fewest Touchdowns: 6 — 1954 Most Field Goals: 20 — 1970

FIRST DOWNS

Most Total First Downs: 296 — 2005 Fewest Total First Downs: 80 — 1943 Most Rushing First Downs: 150 — 1964 Fewest Rushing First Downs: 35 — 1954 Most Passing First Downs: 145 — 1995 Fewest Passing First Downs: 19 — 1944 Most Penalty First Downs: 31 — 1997 Fewest Penalty First Downs: 2 — 1950, 1954 and 1956

PUNTING

Most Punts: 101 — 1946, 2007 Fewest Punts: 28 — 1964 Highest Average: 42.9 — 2003; also 42.3 — 1982 Lowest Average: 32.4 — 1957 and 1962

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

KICKOFF RETURNS

Most Returns (1951-present): 78 — 1987 Fewest Returns (1951-present): 12 — 1983 Most Yards (1951-present): 1447 — 1987 Fewest Yards (1951-present): 286 — 1983 Highest Average: 29.8 — 2001 Lowest Average: 11.8 — 1974

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: 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

Bob Waterfield

RECEIVING

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

Troy Aikman

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: 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)

INTERCEPTIONS

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

Jackie Robinson

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

Tom Ramsey

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MEMORABLE Individual Performances SINGLE GAME 180-YARD RUSHERS (ALL-TIME) Yds 322 301 274 266 261 248 227 227 224 220 220 217 210 208 207 203 197 195 194 193 192 190 189 187 187 186 183 182 182 180 180 180 180

Player Maurice Drew DeShaun Foster Theotis Brown Gaston Green Karim Abdul-Jabbar Freeman McNeil Chris Alexander Eric Ball Gaston Green Gaston Green Theotis Brown Karim Abdul-Jabbar Kevin Williams Chris Markey Karim Abdul-Jabbar Tyler Ebell Freeman McNeil Kahlil Bell 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 Bill Kilmer

Year 2004 2001 1978 1986 1995 1980 1992 1985 1986 1987 1976 1995 1991 2006 1995 2002 1979 2007 1985 2007 1979 1997 2001 2000 1993 1980 1972 1999 1970 1995 1994 1975 1960

Game Washington Washington Oregon BYU (Freedom Bowl) Stanford Stanford Oregon State Iowa (Rose Bowl) USC California Washington California Oregon Rice Arizona State Oregon State Stanford Stanford Tennessee Washington California Washington State Kansas Alabama Stanford Arizona State Arizona Arizona State USC Miami Arizona State Stanford Utah

Carries 26 31 26 33 42 29 35 22 39 28 35 33 30 23 35 29 36 19 24 14 32 27 28 42 40 31 15 24 28 29 14 24 27

Class So. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Fr.R Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr.R Jr. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So.R Jr. Sr.

SINGLE GAME 145-YARD RECEIVERS (ALL-TIME) Yds 263 230 196 190 185 180 176 175 175 167 166 165 164 164 161 158 154 154 152 152 152 152 149 149 149 148 148 147 146 146 145 145 145

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 Brian Poli-Dixon Freddie Mitchell Jim McElroy 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 2001 1999 1996 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 Oregon Fresno State USC 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 6 9 8 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. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr.

Maurice Drew holds the school record for most rushing yards in a game (322), which he set in 2004 at Washington. He also set a school record for touchdowns in a game (5), twice in his career - at Washington in 2004 and against California in 2005.

MOST 100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES No. 1. 2. 3.

Player No. Danny Farmer ........................................................... 11 Freddie Mitchell ...........................................................9 Flipper Anderson .........................................................8 J.J. Stokes........................................................................8 5. Craig Bragg ...................................................................7 Kevin Jordan..................................................................7 Jim McElroy ...................................................................7 8. Sean LaChapelle ...........................................................5 Brian Poli-Dixon ..........................................................5 10. Cormac Carney ...........................................................4 Mike Sherrard ...............................................................4

LONGEST RETURN FOR TOUCHDOWNS (SINCE 1957) Yards 101 100 100 100 100 100 99 99 98 98 96 95 95 93 91 89 89 89 87 85 85 81 81

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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 Drew Mickey Cureton Abdul McCullough Phil Parslow Craig Bragg Lovell Houston Jerry Robinson Theotis Brown Maurice Drew Matthew Slater Alterraun Verner Darryl Henley Kermit Alexander Matthew Slater Ron Carver Maurice 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

Year 1968 2007 1987 1986 1973 1980 2003 1968 1994 1958 2004 1999 1977 1978 2003 2007 2006 1988 1961 2007 1970 2005 1962

MOST 100-YARD RUSHING GAMES No. 1. 2. 3.

Player No. Gaston Green ........................................................... 20 Freeman McNeil ....................................................... 17 Karim Abdul-Jabbar .................................................. 15 Skip Hicks ................................................................... 15 5. DeShaun Foster ........................................................ 13 6. Wendell Tyler ............................................................. 12 7. Theotis Brown .......................................................... 11 8. Maurice Drew ..............................................................9 Kevin Nelson ................................................................9 Kermit Johnson ............................................................9 11. Chris Markey, Brian Brown, James Owens.............8 14. Tyler Ebell, Eric Ball, Greg Jones, Kevin Williams ..............................................................7 18. Bill Kilmer, John Sciarra, Sr., James McAlister ...........................................................6


MEMORABLE Individual Performances 300-YARD TOTAL OFFENSE GAMES Yds 515 501 445 414 400 396 395 391 390 390 382 379 368 364 363 356 355 353 352 351 342 341 340 334 333 332 329 326 326 324 322 322 322 322 322 319 316 315 314 314 311 309 308 306 306 302 302 301 301 301

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 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 Tommy Maddox, 1990 vs Oregon Cade McNown, 1999 vs Wisconsin John Barnes, 1992 vs USC Troy Aikman, 1988 vs California Patrick Cowan, 2006 vs California Cade McNown, 1998 vs Texas Cory Paus, 2000 vs Oregon State Tom Ramsey, 1982 vs Stanford 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 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 Drew Olson, 2005 vs Oklahoma Drew Olson, 2004 vs Arizona State Paul Cameron, 1951 vs Santa Clara Bob Waterfield, 1942 vs Idaho 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 513 510 409 400 399 395 395 385 380 378 377 363 356 353 345 340 340 339 338 335 332 332 329 328 328 325 325 323 322 322

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 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 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 Kevin Prince, 2009 vs Oregon State Troy Aikman, 1988 vs California Tom Ramsey, 1982 vs California

300-YARD PASSERS CONT'D. 321 320 318 317 316 316 315 314 314 314 311 311 309 308 306 303 301

Cory Paus, 2001 vs Oregon 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 Tommy Maddox, 1991 vs San Diego State Gary Beban, 1967 vs USC

MOST PASS ATTEMPTS Att. 51 49 48 47 47

Player,Year, Opponent Dennis Dummit, 1970 vs California Drew Olson, 2003 vs Oregon Troy Aikman, 1988 vs USC Cade McNown, 1996 vs USC Tommy Maddox, 1990 vs Michigan

10-CATCH RECEIVERS Rec 14 11 11 11 10 10 10 10 10 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

MOST PASS COMPLETIONS Cmp 32 31 30 29 29 29 29

Player,Year, Opponent Troy Aikman, 1988 vs USC 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

LONGEST PLAYS FROM SCRIMMAGE RUSHING Yds 93 92 92 91 91 88 88 87 83 83 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

BRUIN 18-TACKLE DEFENDERS Tks 28 23 21 21 21 21 20 20 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 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 Yds 56 55 54 53 53 53 52 52 52 52 52 52 52 52 52 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 50 50 50 50 50 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 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

PASSING Yds Player,Year, Opponent 95 J.J. Stokes from Wayne Cook, 1993 vs Washington 93 Ransom Livesay from Mike Frankovich, 1932 vs Oregon 92 Ron Copeland from Bill Bolden, 1967 vs Syracuse 91 Joe Cowan from Drew Olson, 2005 vs Arizona State 90 J.J. Stokes from John Barnes, 1992 vs USC 88 Danny Farmer from Cade McNown, 1996 vs Tennessee 85 Danny Farmer from Cory Paus, 1999 vs Arizona State 83 Junior Taylor from Drew Olson, 2004 vs Oregon 82 Raymond Burks from Mark Harmon,1973 vs Oregon St. 81 Severn Reece from Rick Bashore, 1978 vs USC 80 Freddie Mitchell from Cory Paus, 2000 vs Arizona State 79 Freddie Mitchell from Cade McNown, 1998 vs Texas 79 Jojo Townsell from Rick Bashore, 1979 vs USC 79 Cal Rossi from Ernie Case, 1946 vs Oregon State 78 Brandon Breazell from Patrick Cowan, 2006 vs Florida State

Cade McNown set the school record with 513 passing yards in 1998 at Miami.

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TOP OPPONENT Performances RUSHING Yds 299 288 261 260 260 247 246 227 219 214

Player Edgerrin James Jon Vaughn Vernand Morency Jerome Harrison Reggie Bush Jerome Harrison Ron Dayne Napoleon Kaufman Marcus Allen Dwight Tardy

PASSING Yds 435 429 419 416 415 408 405 391 387 381

Player Pat Barnes Cody Pickett Todd Husak Brett Basanez Andrew Walter Steve Stenstrom Alex Brink Max Hall Tony Robinson Ryan Leaf

RECEIVING YARDS Yds 278 260 257 224 220 192 189 181 181 175

Player Troy Walters R. Jay Soward Dave Williams Patrick Rowe Justin Armour Troy Walters Charles Lockett Mike Williams R. Jay Soward Keyshawn Johnson

RECEPTIONS No. 15 14 13 13 12 12 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 11

Player Mark Templeton Vince White Webster Slaughter Gene Washington Charles Lockett Brian Morris Keyshawn Johnson Bobby Shaw Mike Williams Justin Armour Keyshawn Johnson Patrick Rowe Ronnie Harmon Bob Longo

LONGEST RUNS Yds 93 86 84 81 80 80 79 76 74 74 73

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Player Jahvid Best Eddie Saenz Byron Bailey Reggie Bush Jermaine Green J.R. Redmond Napoleon Kaufman Dick Raklovits Dante Hall Brad Muster John Wesselman

LONGEST PASS PLAYS Opponent Miami Michigan Oklahoma State Washington State USC Washington State Wisconsin (Rose Bowl) Washington USC Washington State

Year Carries 1998 39 1990 32 2004 29 2005 34 2005 24 2004 42 1999 27 1994 34 1981 40 2007 37

Opponent California Washington Stanford Northwestern Arizona State Stanford Washington State BYU Tennessee Washington State

Year 1996 2002 1998 2005 2004 1994 2006 2007 1985 1997

Comp 26 29 25 38 25 28 28 30 25 17

Opponent Stanford USC Washington San Diego State Stanford Stanford Long Beach State USC USC USC

Year 1999 1996 1965 1990 1994 1998 1984 2003 1997 1994

Rec 9 6 10 11 11 10 12 11 8 11

Opponent Long Beach State Stanford San Diego State Stanford Long Beach State Stanford USC California USC Stanford USC San Diego State Iowa (Rose Bowl) Pittsburgh

Year 1986 1982 1985 1968 1984 1985 1995 1996 2003 1994 1994 1990 1986 1966

Yds 110 124 164 113 189 62 116 168 181 220 175 224 102 155

Year 2009 1943 1949 2004 2002 1999 1994 1950 1996 1986 1989

Opponent California USC Washington State USC Washington State Arizona State Washington Illinois Texas A&M (Cotton Bowl) Stanford San Diego State

Yds 98 92 81 80 80 79 78 78 78 78 77 77

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 Vincent Brown from Ryan Lindley Antonio Carter from Tyler Watts Chris Jackson from Ryan Leaf R. Jay Soward from Matt Koffler Isaac Byrd from Mark Williams Reggie Bynum from Steve Steenwyck

Year 1999 2002 1988 2004 1997 2004 2009 2001 1997 1996 1995 1984

Opponent Stanford Arizona Washington State California USC Arizona State San Diego State Alabama Washington State USC Kansas Oregon State

LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN FOR TOUCHDOWN* Yds 1000 100 100 100 100 99 98 97 97 96 95

Player Kenjon Barner Tom Pace Chris McAlister Ray Taroli Bernard Jackson Terry Battle DeRon Pointer Kenny Washington Mark Williams Reggie Bush Michael Holt

Year 2009 2001 1996 1971 1971 1996 1992 2003 1968 2003 1973

Opponent Oregon Arizona State Arizona Oregon State Washington State Arizona State Washington State Oregon Washington State USC Michigan State

LONGEST PUNT RETURN FOR TOUCHDOWN* Yds 97 94 90 90 86 85 84

Player Dwayne Owens Jackie Wallace Luke Powell Floyd Little Terry Fair Kwante Hampton Antonio Perkins

Year 1992 1971 2003 1964 1996 1986 2003

Opponent Oregon State Arizona State Stanford Syracuse Tennessee Long Beach State Oklahoma

LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURN FOR TOUCHDOWN* Yds 100 93 92 92 91 89 86 86 82 81

Player Troy Nolan Lionel Thomas Thom Darden Ken Tureaud Reggie Myles Dwayne Patterson Tony Carter Jim Katsenes Frank Patitucci Matt Smith

*1958 - present

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


YEARLY Individual Leaders RUSHING (BASED ON YARDAGE) Year 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 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 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 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 Avg 566 4.5 397 2.8 795 5.6 1,107 4.9 914 4.9 1,007 6.3 582 4.3 994 4.2 1,109 5.1 1,037 3.9 421 4.3 673 5.3 1,282 5.0 1,034 4.6 1,571 5.3 1,227 5.8 563 5.6 582 5.1 1,141 6.0 798 5.2 463 3.6 784 4.7 1,098 5.3 1,405 5.6 712 4.5 605 3.8 898 4.8 482 5.0 883 4.5 1,105 5.4 1,396 5.2 1,283 6.1 938 5.3 1,092 5.5 1,388 6.7 763 5.8 1,129 7.5 952 6.8 556 4.2 573 5.4 761 4.8 476 3.9 662 6.0 809 5.9 821 6.7 325 2.9 179 3.8 472 5.8 703 6.3 803 4.9 417 3.4 307 3.9 388 4.0 396 3.7 892 6.2 508 10.8 665 4.6 206 2.1 597 3.8 407 4.6 401 3.4 296 4.8 455 6.9 540 6.3 679 7.2 352 6.5 330 4.2 526 3.5 354 4.7 383 3.2 812 4.8 573 3.7 530 3.8 423 3.9

TOTAL OFFENSE (BASED ON YARDAGE) Year 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

Player Kevin Prince Kevin Craft 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 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

Att 376 499 164 330 428 394 399 212 233 278 237 432 391 424 316 364 364 139 420 417 316 432 352 331 268 312 339 470 337 203 271 211 280 275 343 183 150 168 131 423 303 231 301 280 326 309 258 134 214 292 195 122 157 94 173 136 252 171 293 138 196 144 89 154 95 157 81 166 149 218 262 212 210

Yds 2,229 2,361 940 1,890 3,150 2,671 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 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

Player 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 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

PC -PA 173-308 232-417 72-135 71-147 145-276 242-378 196-341 173-325 109-184 101-194 134-241 95-197 207-357 189-312 176-336 122-245 179-302 165-297 84-154 61-117 209-343 182-327 145-252 228-354 178-273 150-280 136-214 136-245 185-267 209-336 134-230 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

Pct 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 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

Yds 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 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

TD 8 7 4 7 11 34 20 10 10 8 17 7 25 24 12 7 15 18 3 5 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

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YEARLY Individual Leaders RECEIVING (BASED ON RECEPTIONS) Year 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

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Player Rec Taylor Embree 45 Terrence Austin 53 Brandon Breazell 51 Chris Markey 35 Marcedes Lewis 58 Craig Bragg 36 Craig Bragg 73 Craig Bragg 55 Craig Bragg 29 Freddie Mitchell 77 Freddie Mitchell 38 Danny Farmer 58 Jim McElroy 47 Danny Farmer 31 Kevin Jordan 43 Kevin Jordan 73 J.J. Stokes 82 J.J. Stokes 41 Sean LaChapelle 73 Reggie Moore 40 Charles Arbuckle 33 Mike Farr 66 Willie Anderson 48 Willie Anderson 36 Karl Dorrell 39 Mike Sherrard 43 Mike Sherrard 48 Cormac Carney 46 Cormac Carney 29 Cormac Carney 33 Tim Wrightman 22 Severn Reece 15 Homer Butler 25 Wally Henry 22 Wally Henry 17 Norm Andersen 27 Norm Andersen 19 Brad Lyman 13 Terry Vernoy 21 Rick Wilkes 43 Gwen Cooper 38 Ron Copeland 21 Mike Garratt 21 Dave Nuttall 37 Harold Busby 29 Kurt Altenberg 32 Kurt Altenberg 31 Mike Haffner 31 Mel Profit 28 Mel Profit 12 Kermit Alexander 12 Kermit Alexander 14 Marv Luster 17 Marv Luster 22 Dick Wallen 19 Dick Wallen 20 Dick Wallen 23 Chuck Holoway 10 Pete Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Garro 10 Rommie Loudd 13 Bill Stits 9 Ike Jones 25 Ernie Stockert 30 Ernie Stockert 20 Bob Wilkinson 27 Bill Clements 16 Bill Clements 13 Burr Baldwin 18 Gene Rowland 8 Johnny Roesch 12 Dave Brown 16 Milt Smith 19 Milt Smith 15 Milt Smith 19 Woody Strode 15 Woody Strode 7

Yds 608 460 810 261 741 483 1,065 889 408 1,494 533 1,274 988 524 558 1,228 1,181 728 1,056 643 309 700 903 675 565 729 709 779 539 581 321 340 584 370 287 480 315 211 281 595 734 372 243 612 474 599 428 515 393 229 178 297 250 366 211 303 308 184 66 157 208 270 360 236 556 332 300 374 226 254 302 310 340 328 218 73

TD 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 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 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 1935

Player 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 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

No 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 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

Yds 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 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

Avg 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 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

SCORING Year 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

Player 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 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 Kenny Washington

Pts 108 78 105 113 120 87 68 60 78 78 64 104 156 120 82 60 102 63 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 60


UCLA IN THE NFL UCLA annually ranks among the top schools in terms of producing players for the National Football League. Troy Aikman, Carnell Lake, J.J. Stokes, Roman Phifer, Jonathan Ogden and Donnie Edwards are just a few of the Bruin stars who have enjoyed successful careers in the NFL. Here is the list of Bruins on 2010 pre-season NFL rosters (as of 7/1/10):

ARIZONA CARDINALS

MINNESOTA VIKINGS

BALTIMORE RAVENS

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS

Matt Ware, S

Brendon Ayanbadejo, LB

CHICAGO BEARS Kahlil Bell, RB

CLEVELAND BROWNS Kenyon Coleman, DL

DENVER BRONCOS Bruce Davis, LB Matt Willis, WR

GREEN BAY PACKERS Brandon Chillar, LB Spencer Havner, TE

JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS Kyle Bosworth, LB Maurice Jones-Drew, RB Marcedes Lewis, TE

KANSAS CITY CHIEFS

Chris Kluwe, P

Matthew Slater, WR/KR Bret Lockett, S

OAKLAND RAIDERS Ryan Boschetti, DT Chane Moline, RB

PITTSBURGH STEELERS Travis Kirschke, DT

TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS Brian Price, DT

TENNESSEE TITANS Dave Ball, DE Alterraun Verner, CB

WASHINGTON REDSKINS Terrence Austin, WR/KR Chris Horton, S Logan Paulsen, TE

Chris Horton

Jarrad Page, S

Brian Price

Maurice Jones-Drew

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UCLA IN THE NFL 1969 1972 1973 1975

— — — —

1976 — 1977 — 1978 — 1980 — 1981 —

1982 — 1983 — 1984 —

BRUINS IN THE SUPER BOWL

Baltimore Colts: Don Shinnick, LB Miami Dolphins: John Richardson, DL Washington Redskins: Bill Kilmer, QB Pittsburgh Steelers: Jimmy Allen, DB Minnesota Vikings: Fred McNeill, LB Dallas Cowboys: Cal Peterson, LB; Bruce Walton, OT Pittsburgh Steelers: Jimmy Allen, DB Oakland Raiders: Dave Dalby, C Minnesota Vikings: Fred McNeill, LB Dallas Cowboys: Efren Herrera, PK Los Angeles Rams: Wendell Tyler, RB; Frank Corral, PK Oakland Raiders: Dave Dalby, C; Bruce Davis, OT Philadelphia Eagles: Wally Henry, FL; Jerry Robinson, LB; John Sciarra, DB San Francisco 49ers: Randy Cross, OG Cincinnati Bengals: Max Montoya, OG Washington Redskins: Rick Walker, TE Washington Redskins: Rick Walker, TE Los Angeles Raiders: Dave Dalby, C; Bruce Davis, OT; Dokie Williams, FL

1985 — San Francisco 49ers: Randy Cross, OG; Manu Tuiasosopo, DT; Wendell Tyler, RB 1986 — Chicago Bears: Tim Wrightman, TE New England Patriots: Tom Ramsey, QB 1987 — New York Giants: Herb Welch, DB 1988 — Washington Redskins:Jay Schroeder, QB Denver Broncos: Larry Lee, OG 1989 — San Francisco 49ers: Randy Cross, C Cincinnati Bengals: Max Montoya, OG 1990 — San Francisco 49ers: Steve Bono, QB; Mike Sherrard, WR Denver Broncos: Michael Young, WR 1991 — Buffalo Bills: Mike Lodish,NT;Marvcus Patton, OLB 1992 — Buffalo Bills: Brad Daluiso, PK; Mike Lodish, NT; Marvcus Patton, OLB 1993 — Dallas Cowboys: James Washington, FS;Troy Aikman, QB; Frank Cornish, C; Ken Norton, LB; Derek Tennell, TE Buffalo Bills: Marvcus Patton, OLB; Matt Darby, SS; Mike Lodish, NT 1994 — Dallas Cowboys: James Washington, FS; Troy Aikman,QB; Frank Cornish,C; Ken Norton, LB Buffalo Bills: Marvcus Patton, OLB; Matt Darby, SS; Mike Lodish, NT 1995 — San Francisco 49ers: Ken Norton, ILB San Diego Chargers: Vaughn Parker, OG 1996 — Dallas Cowboys: Troy Aikman, QB Pittsburgh Steelers: Norm Johnson, PK; Carnell Lake, S 1997 — New England Patriots: David Richards, OL 1998 — Denver Broncos: Mike Lodish, DL Green Bay Packers: Steve Bono, QB 1999 — Denver Broncos: Mike Lodish, DL 2001 — New York Giants: Brad Daluiso, PK; Craig Walendy, FB; Shaun Williams, S Baltimore Ravens: Jonathan Ogden, OT 2002 — New England Patriots: Roman Phifer, LB 2003 — Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Ryan Nece, LB Oakland Raiders: Kenyon Coleman, DL

Matt Ware 2004 — Carolina Panthers: DeShaun Foster,RB;Ricky Manning Jr., CB; Mike Seidman, TE (inj) New England Patriots: Roman Phifer, LB; J.J. Stokes, WR 2005 — Philadelphia Eagles: Freddie Mitchell, WR; Matt Ware, CB New England Patriots: Roman Phifer, LB 2006 — Pittsburgh Steelers: Travis Kirschke, DL; Tommy Maddox, QB 2007 — Chicago Bears: Ricky Manning Jr.,CB;Brendon Ayanbadejo, LB Indianapolis Colts: Bryan Fletcher, TE 2009 — Pittsburgh Steelers: Travis Kirschke, DL; Bruce Davis, LB Arizona Cardinals: Matt Ware, S; Dennis Keyes, S (PS) 2010 — New Orleans Saints: Rodney Leisle, DL (IR)

Travis Kirschke *Photo courtesy Michael Fabus

UCLA’S FIRST-ROUND NFL DRAFT CHOICES 1946 — Cal Rossi, Washington (No. 9)* 1947 — Cal Rossi, Washington (No. 4) Ernie Case, Green Bay (No. 6) 1953 — Donn Moomaw, Los Angeles (No. 9) 1961 — Jimmy Johnson, San Francisco (No. 6) Bill Kilmer, San Francisco (No. 11) 1963 — Kermit Alexander, San Francisco (No. 8) Kermit Alexander, Denver (No. 5)** 1967 — Mel Farr, Detroit (No. 7) 1974 — Bill Sandifer, San Francisco (No. 10) Fred McNeill, Minnesota (No. 17) 1979 — Manu Tuiasosopo, Seattle (No. 18) Jerry Robinson, Philadelphia (No. 21) 1981 — Freeman McNeil, New York Jets (No. 3) Kenny Easley, Seattle (No. 4) 1982 — Luis Sharpe, St. Louis (No. 16) 1984 — Don Rogers, Cleveland (No. 18) 1986 — Mike Sherrard, Dallas (No. 18) 1988 — Gaston Green, L.A. Rams (No. 14)

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1989 1991 1992 1994 1995 1996 1998 1999 2001 2002 2006

— Troy Aikman, Dallas (No. 1) — Eric Turner, Cleveland (No. 2) — Tommy Maddox, Denver (No. 25) — Jamir Miller, Arizona (No. 10) — J.J. Stokes, San Francisco (No. 10) — Jonathan Ogden, Baltimore (No. 4) — Shaun Williams, New York (No. 24) — Cade McNown, Chicago (No. 12) — Freddie Mitchell, Philadelphia (No. 25) — Robert Thomas, St. Louis (No. 31) — Marcedes Lewis, Jacksonville (No. 28)

*Lost choice due to ineligibility **Member of AFL at time of draft

Marcedes Lewis


UCLAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S ALL-TIME Professional Roster Name Abdul-Jabbar, Karim Adams, John Adams, Tom Aikman, Troy Ale, Arnold

Pos TB E-FB E QB LB

Years in Pro Football 96-99 Miami, 99 Cleveland, 00 Indianapolis 59-62 Chicago, 63 Los Angeles 56-57 Ottawa (CFL) 89-00 Dallas 93 Seattle (Dev.), 94 Kansas City, 96 Scottish Claymores (WL), 96 San Diego Alexander, Kermit DB 63-69 San Francisco, 70-71 Los Angeles, 7273 Philadelphia Allen, Jimmy DB 74-77 Pittsburgh, 78-81 Detroit Anderson, Avery WR 96 (IR) Indianapolis Anderson, Marques DB 02-03 Green Bay, 04 Oakland, 05 Denver, 05 San Francisco Anderson, Willie WR 88-94 Los Angeles (Rams), 95 Indianapolis, 96 Washington, 97 Denver Andrusyshyn, Zenon P-PK 71-77 Toronto (CFL), 78 Kansas City, 79 Hamilton (CFL), 80-82 Toronto (CFL), 83-85 Tampa Bay (USFL) Anthony, Corwin TE 91 Los Angeles (Rams) Dev., 91-92 New York (Jets) Dev. Arbuckle, Charles TE 90 New Orleans (IR), 91 San Diego Dev., 92-95 Indianapolis Armstrong, Bill OG 43 Brooklyn Armstrong, Levi DB 78 New York (Jets) Atkins, Larry S 99-02 Kansas City, 03 Oakland Austin, Randy TE 91 Atlanta Dev. Ayanbadejo, Brendon LB 00 Winnipeg (CFL), 01 Amsterdam (NFL Europe), 02 British Columbia, Toronto (CFL), 03-04 Miami, 0507 Chicago, 08-09 Baltimore Baldwin, Burr OE/DE 47-49 Los Angeles (AAFC) Ball, Dave DE 04 San Diego, 05 San Diego, 05-06 New York Jets, 08-09 Tennessee Ball, Eric RB 89-94 Cincinnati, 95 Oakland Ballou, Mike LB 70 Boston Barnes, Bruce PK 73-74 New England Baska, Rick LB 76-77 Denver Bates, Patrick DB 93-94 Los Angeles, 96 Atlanta Beban, Gary QB/HB/WR 68-69 Washington Bell, Jason DB 01 Dallas, 02-05 Houston, 06 NY Giants Bell, Kahlil RB 09 Chicago Bennett, Drew WR 01-06Tennessee, 07-08 St. Louis Bennett, Tommy DB 96-00 Arizona, 01 Detroit Bergey, Bruce DE 71 Kansas City, 72-73 Toronto (CFL) Bergmann, Paul TE 84 Jacksonville (USFL), 85 Oakland (USFL), 86 Kansas City Blanton, Ed OL 06 New York Jets (PS) Bono, Steve QB 85-86 Minn., 87-88 Pitts., 89-93 San Fran., 94-96 Kansas City, 97 Green Bay, 98 St. Louis, 99 Carolina Boschetti, Ryan DL 04-08 Washington Boyd, Brent C/OG 80-86 Minnesota Boyd, Verdi OG 36 Brooklyn Bragg, Craig WR 05 Green Bay, 05 New York, 05 Chicago, 06 Amsterdam (NFLE) Bright, James DB 74 Southern California (WFL) Brown, Keith RB 00 Denver (PS) Brown, Kevin DT 08 Seattle (PS) 79-81 St. Louis, 81-83 Seattle, 83-84 Kansas City Brown, Theotis RB Burks, Ray LB 77 Kansas City Butler, Homer SE 78 Dallas, 78-79 Saskatchewan (CFL) Cameron, Paul DB 54 Pittsburgh, 56-58 British Columbia (CFL) Cantor, Leo DB/HB/FB 42 New York (Giants), 45 Chicago (Cardinals) Carney, Cormac WR 84-85 Memphis (USFL) Case, Ernie DB/QB 47 Baltimore Cassel, Marcus CB 06 Carolina (PS/IR) Cephous, Frank RB 84 New York (Giants) Chaffin, Jeff DT 85 San Antonio (USFL) Chalenski, Mike DT 93-95 Philadelphia (94 IR), 96 New York (Jets), 97 Miami, 98 Detroit Chambers, Bill OT/OG 48-49 New York Yankees, 51 Montreal (CFL) Chillar, Brandon LB 04-07 St. Louis, 08-09 Green Bay Christiansen, Bob TE 72 Buffalo Clark, Eugene OG 77-78 Toronto (CFL) Clark, Matthew DB 00 Cologne (NFLE) Cobbs, Anthony DB 97 New Orleans (Dev.), 98 Frankfurt, 00

Name Coffman, Ricky Coleman, Kenyon Cooper, Gwen Copeland, Ron Coppens, Gus Cornish, Frank Corral, Frank Craig, Paco Crecion, Gabe Cross, Randy Cureton, Hardiman Curran, Willie Dalby, Dave Daluiso, Brad Darby, Matt Davenport, Bob Davis, Bruce Davis, Bruce Davis, Milt Dial, Alan Dufour, Dan Durden, Mike Easley, Kenny Eatman, Irv

Eck, Keith Edwards, Donnie Elias, Lou Ellena, Jack Ellis, Allan Emanuel, Ben Emanuel, Bert Farmer, Danny Farmer, George Farr, Mel, Sr. Farr, Mel, Jr. Farr, Mike Farris, Kris Fears, Tom Fenenbock, Chuck Ferrell, Bobby Finlay, Jack Flanagan, Mike Fletcher, Bryan Foster, DeShaun Francisco, Kent Frazier, Cliff Gaines, Gene Galigher, Ed Geddes, Bob Goebel, Joe Goodman, Brian Goodwin, Marvin Grant, Wes Grau, Jeff

Pos

Years in Pro Football Frankfurt (NFL Europe) WR 82 Los Angeles (Rams), 85 San Antonio (USFL) DL 02 Oakland, 03-06 Dallas, 07-08 NY (Jets), 09 Cleveland WR 70 Ottawa (CFL) WR 69 Chicago OT 78 Los Angeles, 79 New York (Giants), 8384 Los Angeles (USFL) C 90-91 San Diego, 92-93 Dallas, 94 Minnesota, 94 Dallas, 95 Jacksonville, 95 Philadelphia PK 78-81 Los Angeles, 83 Chicago (USFL), 84 Arizona (USFL) WR 88 Detroit, 91 Sacramento (WL) 03 Barcelona (NFL Europe), 04 San Francisco TE C/OG 76-88 San Francisco OG 56 Toronto (CFL), 57-59 Ottawa (CFL), 60-64 Hamilton (CFL) WR 82-84 Atlanta C 72-85 Los Angeles (Raiders) PK 91 Atlanta, 91 Buffalo, 92 Denver, 93-00 New York (Giants), 01 Oakland SS 92-95 Buffalo, 96-97 Arizona FB 56 Winnipeg (CFL) OT 79-87 Los Angeles (Raiders), 87-89 Houston LB 08 Pittsburgh, 09 New England (PS) DB 54 Detroit, 57-60 Baltimore DB 89 Philadelphia C 83-84 Atlanta DB 84 Edmonton (CFL) S 81-87 Seattle OT 83-84 Philadelphia (USFL), 85 Baltimore (USFL), 86-90 Kansas City, 91-92 New York (Jets), 93 Los Angeles (Rams), 94 Atlanta, 95-96 Houston OG 78 Washington, 79 New York (Giants) LB 96-01, 07 Kansas City, 02-06 San Diego, 0708 Kansas City DB 58 Hamilton (CFL), 58 Toronto (CFL), 59 Saskatchewan (CFL) OG/LB 55-56 Los Angeles, 57 Toronto (CFL) DB 73-77, 79-80 Chicago, 81 San Diego DB 05 Carolina, 05 San Francisco, 06 Cleveland WR 94-97 Atlanta, 99-98 Tampa, 00 Miami, 01 Detroit, 01 New England WR 00-02 Cincinnati WR 70-75 Chicago, 75 Detroit HB 67-73 Detroit FB 89 Los Angeles (Rams), 91 Sacramento (WL) WR 90-92 Detroit, 93 New England (inj.) OT 99 Pittsburgh (IR), 01 Buffalo, 02 Atlanta OE/DB 48-56 Los Angeles TB/HB/WB 43-45 Detroit, 46-48 Los Angeles (Dons), 48 Chicago (Rockets), 50 Calgary (CFL) FB/HB 76-80 San Francisco OG/LB 47-51 Los Angeles C 96-97 (IR) Green Bay, 98-05 Green Bay, 06-07 Houston TE 02 Chicago (PS), 03 Berlin (NFL Europe), 04-07 Indianapolis TB 02 Carolina (IR), 03-07 Carolina, 08 San Francisco OT 66 Edmonton (CFL), 66-67 Toronto (CFL) DT 77 Kansas City DB 61 Montreal (CFL), 62-69 Ottawa (CFL), 7076 Montreal (CFL) DT/DE 72-76 New York (Jets), 77 -78 San Francisco LB 72 Denver, 73-75 New England C 87 San Diego OG 73-74 Houston, 75 Denver SS 94 Philadelphia, 96 Barcelona (WL), 96 Scottish WLAF DE/DT 71 Buffalo, 71 Cleveland, 71 San Diego, 72 Cleveland, 72 Montreal (CFL), 73 Houston LS 02 Dallas, 03 Miami

105


UCLA’S ALL-TIME Professional Roster Name Gray, Carlton

Years in Pro Football 93-96 Seattle, 97 Indianapolis, 98 New York Giants, 99-00 Kansas City Green, Gaston RB 88-90 LA (Rams), 91-92 Denver, 93 LA (Raiders), 96 London Monachs (WL) Greenwood, Carl CB 95-96 New York (Jets) Grieb, Mike TE 00 Amsterdam (NFL Europe) Guidry, Paul CB 97 Baltimore Haffner, Mike WR 68-70 Denver, 71 Cincinnati Hansen, Howie HB 51 Edmonton (CFL) Havner, Spencer TE/LB 06-07 Green Bay (PS), 08-09 Green Bay Henderson, Othello DB 93-94 New Orleans Henley, Darryl CB 89-94 Los Angeles (Rams) Henry, Wally WR 77-82 Philadelphia, 83 Arizona (USFL) Herman, John DB 56 New York (Giants), 56 Baltimore Herrera, Efren PK 74-78 Dallas, 79-81 Seattle, 82 Buffalo, 84 Oklahoma (USFL) Heydenfeldt, Bob E/P 55 Edmonton (CFL) Hicks, Skip RB 98-00 Washington, 01 Tennessee, 02 Carolina Holloway, Chuck HB 58 Calgary (CFL) Horton, Chris S 08-09 Washington Horton, Myke OG 75 Toronto (CFL), 79-80 Calgary (CFL), 83 Washington (USFL), 84 Memphis (USFL) Hosea, Bobby DB 79 Montreal (CFL), 80-81 Saskatchewan (CFL), 83 LA (USFL), 84 Jacksonville (USFL) Ieremia-Stansbury, Ed FB 02 Houston Isaia, Sale OG 96 Baltimore, 97-98 Baltimore IR, 99 Oakland IR, 00 Frankfurt (NFL Europe), 00 New England Jackson, Billy Don LB 83 Boston (USFL) Jenkins, Robert (Cox) OT 87-93 Los Angeles (Rams), 94 Los Angeles (Raiders), 95-96 Oakland Jenson, Roy G 51-55 Calgary (CFL), 56-57 Brit. Columbia (CFL) Johnson, Jim DB/FL 61-76 San Francisco Johnson, Kermit HB 74 Southern California (WFL), 75-76 San Francisco Johnson, Mitch OT/OG 65 Dallas, 66-68, 72 Washington Johnson, Norm PK 82-90 Seattle, 91-94 Atlanta, 95-98 Pittsburgh, 99 Philadelphia Jones, Brian LB 91 Indiana, 95-98 New Orleans Jones, Greg HB 70-71 Buffalo Jones, Jimmie HB 74 Detroit, 76 Hamilton (CFL) Jones-Drew, Maurice TB 06-09 Jacksonville Jordan, Kevin WR 96 Arizona, 96 Cincinnati Keeble, Joe TB/WB/DB 37 Cleveland Keeton, Rocen LB 92 Orlando (WL) Kendall, Chuck DB 60 Houston Kendricks, Marv E 73 Toronto (CFL) Keyes, Dennis S 08 Arizona (PS) Kezirian, Ed OT 74-75 Southern California (WFL) Kilmer, Bill QB 61-62 San Francisco, 64-66 San Fran., 67-70 New Orleans, 71-78 Washington Kirschke, Travis DL 97-02 Detroit, 03 San Fran., 04-09 Pittsburgh Kluwe, Chris P 05-09 Minnesota Knox, Ronnie QB 56 Calgary (CFL), 56 Hamilton (CFL), 57 Chicago, 58-59 Toronto (CFL) Kocher, Ken DT 02 New England Kuehn, Art C 75 Southern California (WFL), 76-83 Seattle, 83 New Eng. 84-85, Memphis (USFL) Kurrasch, Roy OE/DE 47 New York (Yankees), 48 Pittsburgh Kuykendall, Fulton LB 75-84 Atlanta, 85 San Francisco LaChapelle, Sean WR 93 LA (Rams), 96 Scottish Claymores (WL), 96 Kansas City, 97 Kansas City IR Lake, Carnell SS 89-98 Pittsburgh, 99 Jacksonville, 00 Jacksonville (IR), 01 Baltimore Lambert, Dion CB 92-93 New England, 94-95 Seattle Lee, John PK 86 St. Louis Lee, Larry OG 81-85 Detroit, 85-86 Miami, 87-88 Denver Leisle, Rodney DT 04-06 New Orleans, 08 NY Giants (IR), 09 New Orleans Lewis, Marcedes TE 06-09 Jacksonville Livingston, Cliff LB/DE 54-61 NY (Giants), 62 Minn., 63-65 Los Angeles Lockett, Bret S 09 New England Lodish, Mike NT 90-94 Buffalo, 95-00 Denver Long, Bob LB/DE 55-59 Detroit, 60-61 Los Angeles, 62 Dallas Loudd, Rommie LB 56 British Columbia (CFL), 60 Los Angeles, 60 San Diego, 61-62 Boston

106

Pos DB

Name Love, Duval Luster, Marv

Pos OG E

Lyman, Del Lynn, Johnny Maddox, Tommy

T DB QB

Maggio, Kirk Manning Jr., Ricky Manumaleuga, Frank Matheny, Jim Mathews, Ned McAlister, James

P CB LB C B HB

McBride, Tod

DB

McChesney, Bob McDougall, Gerry

OE/DE FB

McElroy, Jim McKinnely, Phil

WR OT/TE

McLaughlin, Leon McNeil, Freeman McNeill, Fred McNown, Cade Medlock, Justin Mike, Bob Miller, Chuckie Miller, Jamir Miller, Scott Mitchell, Freddie Mitchell, Hal Mohl, Curt Montgomery, Blanchard Montoya, Max Moomaw, Donn Moore, Reggie Moore, Reynaud Morgan, Karl

C RB LB QB PK OT DB OLB WR WR OT/OG OT LB OT LB WR DB NG

Morton, Dave Moss, Martin Myers, Jack Nagel, Ray Nece, Ryan Nelson, Kevin Neufeld, Ryan

DT DT FB/LB QB LB RB FB/TE

Neuheisel, Rick

QB

Nevadomsky, Jason Norrie, David Norris, Trusse Norton, Ken Novitsky, Craig O’Garro, Pete Ogden, Jonathan Oesterling, Tim Oglesby, Paul Olsen, Carl Olson, Drew Otey, Dave Overhauser, Chad

LB QB OE LB OG E OG/T OT DT OT QB C OT

Owens, James Pace, Gayle Page, Jarrad Palmer, Steve Parker, Vaughn Patton, Marvcus

RB C S C OG OLB

Paul, Don Pederson, Don

LB/C TE

Years in Pro Football 85-91 LA (Rams), 92-94 Pitts., 95-96 Arizona 61-64 Montreal (CFL), 64-72 Toronto (CFL), 73-74 Montreal (CFL) 41 Green Bay, 44 Cleveland 79-86 New York (Jets) 92-93 Denver, 94 LA (Rams), 95 New York (Giants), 01-05 Pittsburgh 91-92 Birmingham (WL) 03-05 Carolina, 06-07 Chicago, 08 St. Louis 79-81 Kansas 57 Toronto (CFL) 40-43 Detroit 74 Southern California (WFL), 75-76 Philadelphia, 78 New England 99-02 Green Bay, 03 Atlanta (IR), 04 Seattle, 04 St. Louis 36 Boston, 36-42 Washington 57-61 Hamilton (CFL), 62 Toronto (CFL), 6264 San Diego, 66 Hamilton (CFL), 67 Edmonton (CFL), 68 San Diego 99 Berlin (NFL Europe) 76-80 Atlanta, 81 LA, 82 Chicago, 84 Memphis (USFL), 85 Birmingham (USFL) 51-55 Los Angeles 81-92 New York (Jets) 74-85 Minnesota 99-00 Chicago, 01 Miami, 02 San Fran. (IR) 07 Kansas City 48-49 San Francisco, 52-53 Calgary (CFL) 88 Indianapolis 94-98 Arizona, 99-01 Cleveland, 02 Cleve. (IR) 91-96 Miami 01-04 Philadelphia 52 New York (Giants) 81 Oakland 83-85 San Francisco, 85 Buffalo 79-89 Cincinnati, 90-94 LA (Raiders) 53 Toronto (CFL), 55 Ottawa (CFL) 91-92 New York (Jets) Dev. 71 New Orleans 83-84 Saskatchewan (CFL), 84-86 Tampa Bay, 86 Houston 78 Los Angeles 82-85 Detroit 48-50 Philadelphia, 52 Los Angeles 53 Chicago 02 Tampa Bay (IR), 03-07 Tampa Bay, 08 Detroit 84-85 Los Angeles (USFL) 99 Dallas, 00 Rhein (NFL Europe), 00 Miami (PS), 00 Jacksonville, 03-07 Buffalo 84-85 San Antonio (USFL), 87 San Diego, 87 Tampa Bay 99 Amsterdam (NFL Europe) 87 New York (Jets) 60 Los Angeles 88-93 Dallas, 94-00 San Francisco 94-96 New Orleans 57-59 Toronto (CFL), 62 Toronto (CFL) 96-07 Baltimore 72 Saskatchewan (CFL) 60 Oakland 42 Chicago 06 Baltimore (PS), 07 Carolina, 07 San Fran. 83 Arizona (USFL), 84 Jacksonville (USFL) 98-99 Chicago, 00 Seattle, 01 Atlanta (PR), 02 Houston 79 San Francisco, 81-84 Tampa Bay 52 Edmonton (CFL) 06-09 Kansas City 56 British Columbia (CFL) 94-03 San Diego, 04 Washington 90-94 Buffalo, 95-98 Washington, 99-02 Kansas City 48-55 Los Angeles 78 Los Angeles


UCLAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S ALL-TIME Professional Roster Name Penaranda, Jairo Pentecost, John Perry, Tab Peters, Doug Peterson, Cal Phifer, Roman Pifferini, Bob Pitts, Ron Potter, Ken Price, Dennis Primus, James Profit, Mel Ramsey, Tom Reese, Marcus Richards, David Richardson, Bob Richardson, John Richardson, Paul Riley, Avon Robinson, Jerry Rogers, Don Rutledge, Craig Saffer, Mike Salsbury, Jim Sanchez, Lupe Sandifer, Dan Sandifer, Bill Schroeder, Jay Sciarra, John Scribner, Rob Seidman, Mike Serwanga, Wasswa Sharpe, Luis Sherrard, Mike Shinnick, Don Shipkey, Jerry Shirk, Marshall Slagle, Larry Slater, Matthew Smith, Bobby Smith, Earl Smith, Hal Smith, Kevin Smith, Milt Smith, Ray Snelling, Ken Sommers, Jack Sparlis, Al Stanley, Matt Stauch, Scott Steffen, Jim Stephens, Frank Stevens, Matt Stits, Bill Stokes, J.J. Strode, Woody Stroschein, Breck Sullivan, Tom Tautolo, John

Pos RB

Years in Pro Football 81 LA (Rams), 83 Oakland (USFL), 84 Memphis (USFL), 85 Philadelphia OG 65 Ottawa (CFL), 67 Minnesota, 68-69 Winnipeg (CFL) WR 05-07 Cincinnati, 08 Miami (IR) HB 56 British Columbia (CFL) LB 74-75 Dallas, 76 Tampa Bay, 79-81 Kansas City, 82-83 Los Angeles (Raiders) LB 91-94 Los Angeles (Rams), 95-98 St. Louis, 99-00 NY (Jets), 01-04 New England, 05 NY (Giants) LB 72-75 Chicago, 77 Los Angeles DB 85-87 Buffalo, 88-90 Green Bay PK 85 Portland (USFL) DB 88-90 LA (Raiders), 90-92 New York (Jets) RB 88-89 Atlanta E 66-71 Toronto (CFL) QB 83-84 LA (USFL), 84 Oakland (USFL), 84-88 New England, 89 Indianapolis LB 03 San Francisco (PS), 03 Chicago (PS), 0405 Chicago OT 88-92 San Diego, 93 Detroit, 94-96 Atlanta, 96 New England DB 66 Denver, 67-68 Hamilton (CFL) DT 67-71 Miami, 72-73 St. Louis WR 93 Philadelphia LB 81-86 Houston, 87 Pittsburgh LB 79-84 Philadelphia, 85-91 LA (Raiders) DB 84-85 Cleveland DB 87 Los Angeles (Rams) OT 03 Atlanta OG/OT 55-56 Detroit, 57-58 Green Bay DB 84 Arizona (USFL), 85 Orlando (USFL), 8688 Pittsburgh DB 50 San Francisco DT/DE 74-76 San Francisco, 77-78 Seattle QB 84-88 Washington, 88-92 LA (Raiders), 93 Cincinnati, 94 Arizona 76-77 Brit. Columbia (CFL), 78-83 Philadelphia DB HB 73-76 Los Angeles TE 03-06 Carolina, 07 Indianapolis (IR) DB 99 San Francisco, 00 Amsterdam (NFL Europe), 00-01 Minnesota OT 82-84 St. Louis, 85 Memphis (USFL), 85-87 St. Louis, 88-93 Phoenix, 94 Arizona WR 86-88 Dallas (injured 87-88), 89-92 San Fran., 93-95 NY (Giants), 96 Denver LB 57-69 Baltimore FB/DB/LB 48-52 Pittsburgh, 53 Chicago DT 65-71 Ottawa (CFL) OG 68-71 Winnipeg (CFL) WR/KR 08-09 New England DB 62-65 Los Angeles, 65-66 Detroit E 61 Saskatchewan (CFL) DT 60 Boston, 60 Denver, 61 Oakland 92-94 LA (Raiders), 95 Oakland, 96 Green Bay TE/FB OE/DB 45 Philadelphia HB 60-62 Saskatchewan (CFL) FB/LB 45 Green Bay C/LB 47 Washington G/LB 46 Green Bay FB 04 San Francisco FB 81 San Francisco, 81 New Orleans DB 59-60 Detroit, 61-65 Washington LB 79-80 Toronto (CFL) QB 87 Kansas City DB/HB 54-56 Detroit, 57-58 San Francisco, 59 Washington, 59-61 NY(Giants) WR 95-02 San Francisco, 03 Jacksonville, 03 New England 46 Los Angeles, 47 CFL, 48-49 Calgary (CFL) OE/DE DE 51 New York (Yankees) DB 83-85 Denver (USFL) OG 81 New England, 82-83 New York (Giants), 85 Portland (USFL)

Name Tautolo, Terry

Pos LB

Taylor, Tommy Tennell, Derek

LB TE

Tenningkeit, Tim Thomas, Robert Thompson, Harry Townsell, Jojo Toy, Maury Tuiasosopo, Manu Turner, Eric Turner, Jimmy Turner, Marcus Tyler, Wendell Vieira, Steven Villanueva, Primo Von Sonn, Andy Wahler, Jim Walen, Mark Walendy, Craig Walker, Bruce Walker, Rick Walton, Bruce Ward, Phillip

DT LB OG/DL/LB FL RB DT FS DB CB HB OL QB LB DT DT FB NT TE OT/OG/C OLB

Ware, Matt Washington, James Washington, Kenny Waterfield, Bob

DB DB HB/DB QB/DB

Welch, Herb

DB

Werner, Matt West, Doug White Jr., Manuel Wilkinson, Bob Williams, Dokie Williams, Kevin Williams, Michael Williams, Shaun Willis, Matt Wingle, Blake Witcher, Dick Wrightman, Tim

DT LB RB OE/DB/HB WR RB DB DB WR OG WR/TE/FL TE

Young, Michael

WR

Zeno, Lance

C/OG

Years in Pro Football 76-79 Philadelphia, 80-81 San Francisco, 8182 Detroit, 83 Miami, 84 Detroit 87 Los Angeles (Rams) 87, 89 Cleveland, 91 Lions, 92 Minnesota, 92 Dallas, 93 Minnesota 79 Saskatchewan (CFL) 02-04 St. Louis, 05 Green Bay, 06-08 Oakland 50-54 Los Angeles, 55 Chicago 83-85 Los Angeles (USFL), 85-90 NY (Jets) 92 Pittsburgh (Dev.) 79-83 Seattle, 84-86 San Francisco 91-95 Cleveland, 96 Baltimore, 97-99 Oakland 83-86 Cincinnati, 86-87 Atlanta 89-91 Phoenix, 92-94 NY (Jets), 95 Green Bay 77-82 LA (Rams), 83-86 San Francisco 05 Cincinnati 55-58 British Columbia (CFL) 64 Los Angeles 89-92 Phoenix, 92-93 Washington 87-89 Dallas 00 New York (Giants) 94-95 New England, 97 Frankfurt (NFL Europe) 77-79 Cincinnati, 80-85 Washington 73-75 Dallas 97 Indianapolis IR, 98 St. Louis, 99 Berlin (NFL Europe), 00 New Orleans (PS) 04-05 Philadelphia, 06-09 Arizona 88-89 LA (Rams), 90-94 Dallas, 95 Washington 46-48 Los Angeles 45 Cleveland, 46-52 Los Angeles, Head Coach, Los Angeles 60-62 85-88 New York (Giants), 89 Washington, 90-91 Detroit, 92 Sacramento (WL), 92 Barcelona (WL) 94 Seattle (Dev.) 84-85 Jacksonville (USFL) 05-06 Washington (IR) 51-52 New York (Giants) 83-87 Los Angeles (Raiders) 93 Denver, 93 Green Bay 93 San Diego (Dev.), 95 San Francisco 98-05 New York Giants, 06 Carolina 07 Baltimore, 08 Baltimore (PS), 09 Denver 83-85 Pittsburgh, 85 Green Bay, 87 Cleveland 66-73 San Francisco 83 Chicago (USFL), 84 Arizona (USFL), 8586 Chicago 85-88 LA (Rams), 89-92 Denver, 93 Kansas City, 93 Philadelphia, 94 Kansas City 92 Sacramento (WL), 92-93 Cleveland, 93 Green Bay, 96 Scottish Claymores (WL)

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UCLA’S TEAM-BY-TEAM NFL Roster Name, Position, Last Year Lettered at UCLA (Years with NFL team)

CAROLINA PANTHERS ARIZONA CARDINALS Matt Ware, DB 2003 (2006-09) Dennis Keyes, DB, 2007 (2008 PS) Tommy Bennett, DB 1995 (1996-2000) Jamir Miller, LB 1993 (1994-98) Matt Darby, DB 1991 (1996-97) Irv Eatman, OL 1982 (1995-96) Duval Love, OL 1984 (1995-96) Kevin Jordan, WR 1995 (1996) Norm Johnson, PK 1981 (1991-94) Jay Schroeder, QB 1980 (1994) Luis Sharpe, OL 1981 (1982-84, 85-94) Jim Wahler, DL 1988 (1989-92) Marcus Turner, DB 1988 (1989-91) John Lee, PK 1985 (1986) Theotis Brown, RB 1978 (1979-81) John Richardson, DL 1966 (1972-73) Harry Thompson, G 1949 (1955) Ray Nagel, B 1949 (1953) Leo Cantor, B 1941 (1945) Carl Olsen, OT 1941 (1942)

ATLANTA FALCONS

Tod McBride, DB 1998 (2003) Mike Saffer, OT 2002 (2003) Kris Farris, OT 1998 (2002) David Richards, OL 1987 (1994-96) Irv Eatman, OL 1982 (1994) Norm Johnson, PK 1981 (1991-94) Brad Daluiso, PK 1990 (1991) Randy Austin, TE 1990 (1991D) James Primus, RB 1987 (1988-89) Jimmy Turner, DB 1982 (1986-87) Dan Dufour, OL 1982 (1983-84) Fulton Kuykendall, LB 1974 (1975-84) Willie Curran, WR 1981 (1982-84) Phil McKinnely, OL 1975 (1976-80)

Drew Olson, QB 2005 (2007) Shaun Williams, DB 1997 (2006) Marcus Cassel, DB 2005 (2006) Mike Seidman, TE 2002 (2003-06) DeShaun Foster, RB 2001 (2002-06-07) Ben Emanuel, S 2004 (2005 PS) Ricky Manning Jr., CB 2002 (2003-05) Steve Bono, QB 1984 (1999)

BUFFALO BILLS

Ryan Neufeld, TE 1998 (2003-07) Kris Farris, OL 1998 (2001) Matt Darby, DB 1991 (1992-95) Mike Lodish, DL 1989 (1990-94) Marvcus Patton, LB 1989 (1990-94) Brad Daluiso, PK 1990 (1991) Ron Pitts, DB 1984 (1986-87) Blanchard Montgomery, LB 1982 (1985) Efren Herrera, PK 1973 (1982) Bob Christiansen, TE 1971 (1972) Greg Jones, RB 1969 (1970-71) Wes Grant, DL 1969 (1971)

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Packers cont’d... Marcus Turner, DB 1988 (1995) Kevin Williams, RB 1992 (1993) Lance Zeno, OL 1990 (1993) Ron Pitts, DB 1984 (1988-90) Blake Wingle, OL 1982 (1985) Jim Salsbury, OL 1954 (1957-58) Al Sparlis, G 1945 (1946) Ken Snelling, B 1942 (1945) Del Lyman, T 1940 (1941)

HOUSTON TEXANS

CHICAGO BEARS

DENVER BRONCOS

Kahlil Bell, RB 2008 (2009) Ricky Manning, Jr., CB 2002 (2006-07) Brendon Ayanbadejo, LB 1998 (2005-07) Marcus Reese, LB 2002 (2004-05) Bryan Fletcher, TE 2001 (2002 PS) Cade McNown, QB 1998 (1999-00) Chad Overhauser, OL 1997 (1998-99) Tim Wrightman, TE 1981 (1985-86) Phil McKinnely, OL 1975 (1982) Allan Ellis, DB 1972 (1973-77, 79-80) George Farmer, WR 1969 (1970-75) Bob Pifferini, LB 1971 (1972-75) Ron Copeland, WR 1968 (1969) Ronnie Knox, B 1955 (1957) Jerry Shipkey, FB 1947 (1953)

Matt Willis, WR 2006 (2009) Marques Anderson, DB 2001 (2005) Keith Brown, TB 1999 (2000 PS) Mike Lodish, DL 1989 (1995-00) Willie Anderson, WR 1987 (1997) Mike Sherrard, WR 1985 (1996) Tommy Maddox, QB 1991 (1992-93) Brad Daluiso, PK 1990 (1992) Gaston Green, RB 1987 (1991-92) Michael Young, WR 1984 (1989-92) Larry Lee, OL 1980 (1987-88) Rick Baska, LB 1973 (1976-77) Brian Goodman, OL 1971 (1975) Bob Geddes, LB 1969 (1972) Mike Haffner, WR 1964 (1968-70) Bob Richardson, DB 1965 (1966) Hal Smith, DL 1956 (1960)

CINCINNATI BENGALS

DETROIT LIONS

Tab Perry, WR 2004 (2005-07, 2008 IR) Steven Vieira, OL 2004 (2005 IR/PS) Danny Farmer, WR 1999 (2000-02) Kevin Jordan, WR 1995 (1996) Eric Ball, RB 1988 (1989-94) Jay Schroeder, QB 1980 (1993) Max Montoya, OL 1978 (1979-89) Jimmy Turner, DB 1982 (1983-86) Rick Walker, TE 1976 (1977-79) Mike Haffner, WR 1964 (1971)

BALTIMORE RAVENS

Brendon Ayanbadejo, LB, 1998 (2008-09) Matt Willis, WR 2006 (2007-08 PS) Drew Olson, QB 2005 (2006 PS) Jonathan Ogden, OL 1995 (1996-07) Carnell Lake, DB 1988 (2001) Paul Guidry, DB 1996 (1997) Eric Turner, DB 1990 (1996) Sale Isaia, OL 1994 (1996)

Cowboys cont’d... Ryan Neufeld, TE 1998 (1999) Frank Cornish, OL 1989 (1992-93, 94) James Washington, DB 1987 (1990-94) Ken Norton, LB 1987 (1988-93) Derek Tennell, TE 1986 (1992) Mark Walen, DL 1985 (1987-89) Mike Sherrard, WR 1985 (1986-88) Homer Butler, WR 1977 (1978) Efren Herrera, PK 1973 (1974-78) Cal Peterson, LB 1973 (1974-75) Bruce Walton, OL 1972 (1973-75) Mitch Johnson, OL 1964 (1965) Bob Long, LB 1954 (1962)

CLEVELAND BROWNS Kenyon Coleman, DT 2001 (2009) Ben Emanuel, S 2004 (2006) Jamir Miller, LB 1993 (1999-02) Karim Abdul-Jabbar, RB 1995 (1999) Eric Turner, DB 1990 (1991-95) Lance Zeno, OL 1990 (1992-93) Derek Tennell, TE 1986 (1987, 89) Blake Wingle, DT 1982 (1987) Don Rogers, DB 1983 (1984-85) Wes Grant, DL 1969 (1972)

Ryan Nece, LB 2001 (2008) Travis Kirschke, DL 1996 (1997-02) Tommy Bennett, DB 1995 (2001) Mike Chalenski, DL 1992 (1998) David Richards, OL 1987 (1993) Mike Farr, WR 1989 (1990-92) Derek Tennell, TE 1986 (1991) Herb Welch, DB 1984 (1990-91) Paco Craig, WR 1987 (1988) Martin Moss, DT 1981 (1982-85) Larry Lee, OL 1980 (1981-85) Terry Tautolo, LB 1975 (1981-82, 84) Jimmy Allen, DB 1973 (1978-1981) George Farmer, WR 1969 (1975) Jimmie Jones, RB 1973 (1974) Mel Farr, Sr., RB 1966 (1967-73) Bobby Smith, DB 1961 (1965-66) Jim Steffen, DB 1958 (1959-60) Bob Long, E 1954 (1955-59) Bill Stits, B 1953 (1954-56) Jim Salsbury, OL 1954 (1955-56) Milt Davis, HB 1953 (1954) Chuck Fenenbock, B 1939 (1943-45) Ned Mathews, B 1940 (1941-43)

GREEN BAY PACKERS DALLAS COWBOYS

Kenyon Coleman, DL 2001 (2003-06) Jeff Grau, LS 2001 (2002) Jason Bell, DB 2000 (2001) Troy Aikman, QB 1988 (1989-2000)

Brandon Chillar, LB 2003 (2008-09) Spencer Havner, LB/TE 2005 (2006 PS, 2007-09) Craig Bragg, WR 2004 (2005 PS) Mike Flanagan, OL 1995 (1998-05) Marques Anderson, DB 2001 (2002-03) Tod McBride, DB 1998 (1999-02) Steve Bono, QB 1984 (1997) Kevin Smith, FB 1991 (1996)

Mike Flanagan, C 1995 (2006-07) Jason Bell, DB 2000 (2002-05) Chad Overhauser, OL 1997 (2002) Ed Ieremia-Stansbury, FB 2001 (2002)

INDIANAPOLIS COLTS Mike Seidman, TE 2002 (2007 IR) Bryan Fletcher, TE 2001 (2004-07) Karim Abdul-Jabbar, RB 1995 (2000) Phillip Ward, LB 1996 (1997 IR) Carlton Gray, DB 1992 (1997) Avery Anderson, WR 1995 (1996 IR) Willie Anderson, WR 1987 (1995) Charles Arbuckle, TE 1989 (1992-95) Tom Ramsey, QB 1982 (1989) Chuckie Miller, DB 1986 (1988) Don Shinnick, LB 1956 (1957-69) Milt Davis, DB 1953 (1957-60) John Hermann, B 1955 (1956) Ernie Case, B 1946 (1947)

JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS

Maurice Jones-Drew, RB 2005 (2006-09) Marcedes Lewis, TE 2005 (2006-09) J.J. Stokes, WR 1994 (2003) Ryan Neufeld, TE 1998 (2000) Carnell Lake, DB 1988 (1999) Frank Cornish, OL 1989 (1995)

KANSAS CITY CHIEFS Justin Medlock, PK 2006 (2007) Donnie Edwards, LB 1995 (1996-01, 2007-08) Jarrad Page, S 2005 (2006-09) Larry Atkins, LB 1998 (1999-02) Marvcus Patton, LB 1989 (1999-02) Carlton Gray, DB 1992 (1999-00) Steve Bono, QB 1984 (1994-96) Sean LaChapelle, WR 1992 (1996) Arnold Ale, LB 1992 (1994) Michael Young, WR 1984 (1993,94) Irv Eatman, OL 1982 (1986-90) Matt Stevens, QB 1986 (1987) Paul Bergmann, TE 1983 (1986) Theotis Brown, RB 1978 (1983-84) Cal Peterson, LB 1973 (1979-81) Zenon Andrusyshyn, P-PK 1969 (1978) Ray Burks, LB 1976 (1977) Cliff Frazier, DL 1975 (1977) Bruce Bergey, DE 1970 (1971)


UCLA’S TEAM-BY-TEAM NFL Roster

MIAMI DOLPHINS

Tab Perry, WR 2004 (2008 IR) Brendon Ayanbadejo, LB 1998 (2003-04) Jeff Grau, LS 2001 (2003) Cade McNown, QB 1998 (2001) Karim Abdul-Jabbar, RB 1995 (1996-99) Mike Chalenski, DL 1992 (1997) Scott Miller, WR 1990 (1991-96) Larry Lee, OL 1980 (1985-86) Terry Tautolo, LB 1975 (1983) John Richardson, DL 1966 (1967-71)

NEW ORLEANS SAINTS

Rodney Leisle, DT 2003 (2004-06, 2009) Anthony Cobbs, WR 1996 (1997 D) Craig Novitsky, OL 1993 (1994-96) Othello Henderson, DB 1992 (1993-94) Charles Arbuckle, TE 1989 (1990 IR) Scott Stauch, RB 1980 (1981) Reynaud Moore, DB 1970 (1971) Bill Kilmer, QB 1960 (1967-70)

Eagles cont’d... Michael Young, WR 1984 (1993) Paul Richardson, WR 1991 (1993) Alan Dial, DB 1987 (1989) Jairo Penaranda, RB 1980 (1985) Jerry Robinson, LB 1978 (1979-84) John Sciarra, DB 1975 (1978-83) Wally Henry, WR 1976 (1977-1982) Terry Tautolo, LB 1975 (1976-79) James McAlister, RB 1973 (1975-76) Kermit Alexander, DB 1962 (1972-73) Jack Myers, B 1947 (1948-50) Milt Smith, E 1942 (1945)

Rams cont’d... Leon McLaughlin, C 1949 (1951-55) Don Paul, LB 1947 (1948-55) Harry Thompson, G 1949 (1950-54) Jack Myers, FB 1947 (1952) Bob Waterfield, B 1944 (1945-52) Jack Finlay, OL 1942 (1947-51) Kenny Washington, B 1939 (1946-48) Woody Strode, E 1939 (1946) Del Lyman, T 1940 (1944)

SAN DIEGO CHARGERS PITTSBURGH STEELERS MINNESOTA VIKINGS

Chris Kluwe, P 2004 (2005-09) Wasswa Serwanga, DB 1997 (2000-01) Frank Cornish, OL 1989 (1994) Derek Tennell, TE 1986 (1992-93) Steve Bono, QB 1984 (1985-86) Brent Boyd, OL 1979 (1980-86) Fred McNeill, LB 1973 (1974-85) John Pentecost, OL 1964 (1967) Cliff Livingston, LB 1951 (1962)

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS

Bret Lockett, S 2008 (2009) Matthew Slater, WR/KR 2007 (2009) Bruce Davis, OLB 2007 (2009 PS) Roman Phifer, LB 1990 (2001-04) J.J. Stokes, WR 1994 (2003) Ken Kocher, DL 2001 (2002) Sale Isaia, OL 1994 (2000) David Richards, OL 1987 (1996) Bruce Walker, DL 1992 (1994-95) Dion Lambert, DB 1991 (1992-93) Tom Ramsey, QB 1982 (1984-88) Art Kuehn, OL 1974 (1983) John Tautolo, OL 1980 (1981) James McAlister, RB 1973 (1978) Bob Geddes, LB 1969 (1973-75) Bruce Barnes, PK 1972 (1973-74) Mike Ballou, LB 1969 (1970) Rommie Loudd, LB 1955 (1961-62) Hal Smith, DL 1956 (1960)

NEW YORK JETS

Kenyon Coleman, DT 2001 (2007-08) Ed Blanton, OT 2005 (2006) Dave Ball, DE 2003 (2005-06) Craig Bragg, WR 2004 (2005 PS) Roman Phifer, LB 1990 (1999-2000) Mike Chalenski, DL 1992 (1996) Carl Greenwood, DB 1994 (1995-96) Marcus Turner, DB 1988 (1992-94) Irv Eatman, OL 1982 (1991-92) Corwin Anthony, TE 1990 (1991-92 D) Reggie Moore, WR 1990 (1991-92 D) Dennis Price, DB 1987 (1990-92) Freeman McNeil, RB 1980 (1981-92) JoJo Townsell, WR 1982 (1985-90) David Norrie, QB 1985 (1987) Johnny Lynn, DB 1978 (1979-86) Levi Armstrong, DB 1977 (1978) Ed Galigher, DL 1971 (1972-76)

NEW YORK GIANTS Rodney Leisle, DT 2003 (2008 IR) Jason Bell, DB 2000 (2006) Shaun Williams, DB 1997 (1998-05) Brad Daluiso, PK 1990 (1993-00) Craig Walendy, RB 1998 (2000) Carlton Gray, DB 1992 (1998) Tommy Maddox, QB 1991 (1995) Mike Sherrard, WR 1985 (1993-95) Herb Welch, DB 1984 (1985-88) Frank Cephous, RB 1983 (1984-85) John Tautolo, OL 1980 (1982-83) Gus Coppens, OL 1977 (1979) Keith Eck, OL 1977 (1979) Cliff Livingston, LB 1953 (1954-61) Bill Stits, DB 1953 (1959-61) John Herman, DB 1955 (1956) Hal Mitchell, OL 1951 (1952) Bob Wilkinson, B 1950 (1951-52) Leo Cantor, B 1941 (1942)

Travis Kirschke, DL 1996 (2004-09) Bruce Davis, OLB 2007 (2008) Tommy Maddox, QB 1991 (2001-05) Kris Farris, OT 1998 (1999 IR) Carnell Lake, DB 1988 (1989-98) Norm Johnson, PK 1981 (1995-97) Duval Love, OL 1984 (1992-94) Maury Toy, RB (1991 (1992 D) Steve Bono, QB 1984 (1987-88) Lupe Sanchez, DB 1983 (1986-88) Avon Riley, LB 1980 (1987) Blake Wingle, OL 1982 (1983-85) Jimmy Allen, DB 1973 (1974-77) Paul Cameron, DB 1953 (1954) Jerry Shipkey, B 1947 (1948-52) Roy Kurrasch, E 1946 (1948)

SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS ST. LOUIS RAMS

OAKLAND RAIDERS

Robert Thomas, LB 2001 (2006-08) Marques Anderson, S 2001 (2004) Larry Atkins, LB 1998 (2003) Kenyon Coleman, DL 2001 (2002) Eric Turner, DB 1990 (1997-99) Robert Cox, OL 1985 (1994-96) Eric Ball, RB 1988 (1995) Kevin Smith, TE 1991 (1992-95) Max Montoya, OL 1978 (1990-94) Gaston Green, RB 1987 (1993) Jay Schroeder, QB 1980 (1988-92) Jerry Robinson, LB 1978 (1985-91) Dennis Price, DB 1987 (1988-90) Bruce Davis, OL 1978 (1979-87) Dokie Williams, WR 1982 (1983-87) Dave Dalby, C 1971 (1972-1985) Cal Peterson, LB 1973 (1982-83) Curt Mohl, OL 1980 (1981) Hal Smith, DL 1956 (1961) Paul Oglesby, DL 1959 (1960)

PHILADELPHIA EAGLES

Matt Ware, CB 2003 (2004-05) Freddie Mitchell, WR 2000 (2001-04) Norm Johnson, PK 1981 (1999) Mike Chalenski, DL 1992 (1993-95) Frank Cornish, OL 1989 (1995) Marvin Goodwin, DB 1993 (1994)

Donnie Edwards, LB 1995 (2002-06) Dave Ball, DE 2003 (2004-05) Vaughn Parker, OL 1993 (1994-03) Arnold Ale, LB 1992 (1996) David Richards, OL 1987 (1988-92) Charles Arbuckle, TE 1989 (1991 D) Frank Cornish, OL 1989 (1990-91) Joe Goebel, OL 1986 (1987) Rick Neuheisel, QB 1983 (1987) Allan Ellis, DB 1972 (1981) Wes Grant, DL 1969 (1971) Gerry McDougall, RB 1955 (1962-64) Rommie Loudd, LB 1955 (1960)

Ricky Manning, Jr. 2002 (2008) Drew Bennett, WR 2000 (2007-08) Brandon Chillar, LB 2003 (2004-07) Tod McBride, DB 1998 (2004) Robert Thomas, LB 2001 (2002-04) Steve Bono, QB 1984 (1998) Roman Phifer, LB 1990 (1991-98) Phillip Ward, LB 1996 (1998) Willie Anderson, WR 1987 (1988-94) Darryl Henley, DB 1988 (1989-94) Tommy Maddox, QB 1991 (1994) Sean LaChapelle, WR 1992 (1993) Irv Eatman, OL 1982 (1993) Corwin Anthony, TE 1990 (1991 D) Robert Cox, OL 1985 (1987-93) Duval Love, OL 1984 (1985-91) Gaston Green, RB 1987 (1988-90) Mel Farr, Jr., RB 1987 (1989) James Washington, DB 1987 (1988-89) Michael Young, WR 1984 (1985-88) Craig Rutledge, DB 1986 (1987) Tommy Taylor, LB 1985 (1987) Ricky Coffman, WR 1981 (1982) Wendell Tyler, RB 1976 (1977-82) Frank Corral, PK 1977 (1978-81) Phil McKinnely, OL 1975 (1981) Jairo Penaranda, RB 1980 (1981) Don Pederson, TE 1977 (1978) Rob Scribner, RB 1972 (1973-76) Gus Coppens, OL 1977 (1978) Dave Morton, DL 1977 (1978) Bob Pifferini, LB 1971 (1977) Kermit Alexander, DB 1962 (1970-71) Cliff Livingston, LB 1951 (1963-65) Bobby Smith, DB 1961 (1962-65) Andy Von Sonn, LB 1962 (1964) Bob Long, LB 1954 (1960-61) Rommie Loudd, LB 1955 (1960) Trusse Norris, WR 1959 (1960) Jack Ellena, OL 1954 (1955-56) Tom Fears, E 1947 (1948-56)

DeShaun Foster, RB 2001 (2008) Drew Olson, QB 2005 (2007) Ben Emanuel, S 2004 (2005) Matt Stanley, TE 2000 (2004) Gabe Crecion, TE 2000 (2004) Travis Kirschke, DL 1996 (2003) Cade McNown, QB 1998 (2002) J.J. Stokes, WR 1994 (1995-02) Ken Norton, LB 1987 (1994-00) Wasswa Serwanga, DB 1997 (1999) Michael Williams, DB 1992 (1995) Steve Bono, QB 1984 (1989-93) Mike Sherrard, WR 1985 (1989-92) Randy Cross, OL 1975 (1976-88) Manu Tuiasosopo, DL 1978 (1984-86) Wendell Tyler, RB 1976 (1983-86) Fulton Kuykendall, LB 1974 (1985) Blanchard Montgomery, LB 1982 (1983-85) Terry Tautolo, LB 1975 (1980-81) Bobby Ferrell, RB 1972 (1976-80) James Owens, RB 1978 (1979-80) Ed Galigher, DL 1971 (1977-78) Jim Johnson, DB 1960 (1961-76) Kermit Johnson, RB 1973 (1975-76) Bill Sandifer, DL 1973 (1974-76) Dick Witcher, WR 1965 (1966-73) Kermit Alexander, DB 1962 (1963-69) Bill Kilmer, QB 1960 (1961-62, 64-66) Bill Stits, DB 1953 (1959) Bob Mike, OT 1947 (1948-49)

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SEATTLE SEAHAWKS Kevin Brown, 2007 (2008 PS) Tod McBride, 1998 (2004) Chad Overhauser, 1997 (2000) Carlton Gray, DB 1992 (1993-96) Dion Lambert, DB 1991 (1994-95) Matt Werner, DT 1993 (1994 D) Arnold Ale, LB 1992 (1993) Norm Johnson, PK 1981 (1982-90) Kenny Easley, DB 1980 (1981-87) Theotis Brown, RB 1978 (1981-83) Manu Tuiasosopo, DL 1978 (1979-83) Art Kuehn, OL 1974 (1976-82) Efren Herrera, PK 1973 (1978-81) Bill Sandifer, DL 1973 (1977-78)

TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS Ryan Nece, LB 2001 (2002-07) Rick Neuheisel, QB 1983 (1987) Karl Morgan, DL 1982 (1984-86) James Owens, RB 1978 (1981-84) Cal Peterson, LB 1973 (1976)

TENNESSEE TITANS

Dave Ball, DE 2003 (2008-09) Drew Bennett, WR 2000 (2001-06) Skip Hicks, RB 1997 (2001) Bruce Davis, OL 1978 (1987-89) Karl Morgan, DL 1982 (1986) Avon Riley, LB 1980 (1981-86) Brian Goodman, OL 1971 (1973-74) Chuck Kendall, DB 1958 (1960)

WASHINGTON REDSKINS Chris Horton, S 2007 (2008-09) Ryan Boschetti, DL 2003 (2004-08) Manuel White, RB 2004 (2005-06 PS) Vaughn Parker, OL 1993 (2004) Skip Hicks, RB 1997 (1998-00) Marvcus Patton, LB 1989 (1995-98) Willie Anderson, WR 1987 (1996) James Washington, DB 1987 (1995) Jim Wahler, DL 1988 (1992-93) Herb Welch, DB 1984 (1989) Jay Schroeder, QB 1980 (1984-88) Rick Walker, TE 1976 (1980-85) Keith Eck, OL 1976 (1978) Bill Kilmer, QB 1960 (1971-78) Mitch Johnson, OL 1964 (1966-68, 72) Gary Beban, QB 1967 (1968-69) Jim Steffen, DB 1958 (1961-65) Bill Stits, DB 1953 (1959) Jack Sommers, C 1940 (1947) Bob McChesney, E 1935 (1937-42)

UCLA IN THE NFL DRAFT (FROM 1963-PRESENT) Player, Pos. 1963

Kermit Alexander, B Mel Profit, E Kermit Alexander, HB Mel Profit, E Tony Fiorentino, G

1964

Al Geverink, HB Kent Francisco, T Kent Francisco, T

1965

Mitch Johnson, T

1966

Dick Witcher, E Don Davis, T Ray Jones, HB

1967

Mel Farr, HB John Richardson, DT

1968

Gary Beban, QB Larry Slagle, OG Don Manning, LB

1969

Larry Agajanian, DT Ron Copeland, FL Harold Busby, WR

1970

George Farmer, WR Mike Ballou, LB Wes Grant, DE Greg Jones, RB Bill Bolden, RB Zenon Andrusyshyn, PK Gordon Bosserman, T Bob Geddes, LB

1971

Tim Oesterling, DT Bruce Bergey, DE

1972

Ed Galigher, DE Dave Dalby, C Bob Christiansen, TE Bob Pifferini, LB

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Rd.-Pick 1-8 9-113 AFL 1-5 16-128 (f) 19-145

Team San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Rams Denver Broncos Dallas Texans Oakland Raiders

8-101 (f) 14-196 AFL 24-191 (f)

Dallas Cowboys Chicago Bears

17-229

Dallas Cowboys

8-119 AFL 1 12

San Francisco 49ers

1-7 9-216

Detroit Lions Miami Dolphins

2-30 11-285 17-436

Los Angeles Rams St. Louis Cardinals Cincinnati Bengals

7-168 7-169 14-362

Green Bay Packers Chicago Bears Oakland Raiders

3-54 3-56 4-97 5-129 9-216 9-231 10-258 14-360

Chicago Bears Boston Patriots New York Giants Minnesota Vikings Cincinnati Bengals Dallas Cowboys Oakland Raiders Los Angeles Rams

10-253 14-354

Oakland Raiders Kansas City Chiefs

4-89 4-100 5-125 6-133

New York Jets Oakland Raiders Los Angeles Rams Chicago Bears

Oakland Raiders

San Diego Chargers San Diego Chargers

Player, Pos. 1973

Allan Ellis, DB Bruce Walton, OT Brad Lyman, WR Bruce Barnes, P John Smith, WR Reggie Echols, WR

1974

Bill Sandifer, DT Fred McNeill, LB Cal Peterson, LB Al Oliver, OT Jimmy Allen, DB James McAlister, RB James Bright, DB Kermit Johnson, RB Efren Herrera, PK Ed Kezirian, OT Gerry Roberts, DE Roger Freberg, OG

1975

Fulton Kuykendall, LB Eugene Clark, OG Art Kuehn, C Myke Horton, OT

1976

Cliff Frazier, DT Randy Cross, C John Sciarra, DB Phil McKinnely, OT Norm Andersen, WR Terry Tautolo, LB Brett White, PK Dale Curry, LB

1977

Wendell Tyler, RB Rick Walker, TE Ray Burks, LB

1978

Frank Corral, P Levi Armstrong, DB Homer Butler, WR Gus Coppens, OT

1979

Manu Tuiasosopo, DT Jerry Robinson, LB James Owens, WR Theotis Brown, RB Johnny Lynn, DB

Rd.-Pick

Team

5-107 5-126 12-287 12-290 13-332 15-386

Chicago Bears Dallas Cowboys Houston Oilers New England Patriots Dallas Cowboys Green Bay Packers

1-10 1-17 3-72 3-76 4-100 6-148 6-151 7-166 7-169 11-281 11-286 12-310

San Francisco 49ers Minnesota Vikings Dallas Cowboys Los Angeles Rams Pittsburgh Steelers Oakland Raiders Dallas Cowboys San Francisco 49ers Detroit Lions Cincinnati Bengals Miami Dolphins Los Angeles Rams

6-132 9-222 15-384 17-428

Atlanta Falcons Pittsburgh Steelers Washington Redskins New England Patriots

2-41 2-42 4-103 9-246 11-299 13-353 15-412 15-430

Kansas City Chiefs San Francisco 49ers Chicago Bears Atlanta Falcons Chicago Bears Philadelphia Eagles Philadelphia Eagles Dallas Cowboys

3-79 4-85 12-318

Los Angeles Rams Cincinnati Bengals Kansas City Chiefs

3-78 7-169 8-222 12-330

Los Angeles Rams New York Jets Dallas Cowboys Los Angeles Rams

1-18 1-21 2-29 2-35 4-98

Seattle Seahawks Philadelphia Eagles San Francisco 49ers St. Louis Cardinals New York Jets


UCLA IN THE NFL Draft Player, Pos.

Rd.-Pick

Team

Player, Pos.

Rd.-Pick

Team

Max Montoya, OT Bruce Davis, OT

7-168 11-294

Cincinnati Bengals Oakland Raiders

Randy Austin, TE Scott Miller, WR Rocen Keeton, OLB

8-199 9-246 11-288

Atlanta Falcons Miami Dolphins New York Jets

3-68

Minnesota Vikings

1992

1-3 1-4 5-129 9-243 9-248 11-286 12-328

New York Jets Seattle Seahawks Detroit Lions Houston Oilers Oakland Raiders San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Rams

1-25 4-90 5-113 5-139 6-148 7-185

Denver Broncos New England Patriots Indianapolis Colts Buffalo Bills Tampa Bay Buccaneers Los Angeles Raiders

1-16 3-62 8-208 9-249 11-285

St. Louis Cardinals Chicago Bears Detroit Lions Dallas Cowboys Los Angeles Rams

2-30 5-122 5-126 7-193

Seattle Seahawks Los Angeles Rams Denver Broncos New Orleans Saints

3-59 3-78 3-81 5-138 8-204 9-244 10-267

San Francisco 49ers New York Jets Cincinnati Bengals Los Angeles Raiders Kansas City Chiefs Pittsburgh Steelers New England Patriots

1-10 2-37 2-63 5-143 5-144

Arizona Cardinals Philadelphia Eagles San Diego Chargers New Orleans Saints Philadelphia Eagles

1-10 5-142

San Francisco 49ers New York Jets

1-18 3-83 11-283 11-302 12-319

Cleveland Browns Washington Redskins New York Giants Seattle Seahawks New England Patriots

1-4 3-80 3-90 4-98

Baltimore Ravens Miami Dolphins Green Bay Packers Kansas City Chiefs

6-142 6-161 7-169 10-275 11-297 12-326

Minnesota Vikings Los Angeles Rams Buffalo Bills Los Angeles Rams Dallas Cowboys New York Giants

1-24 3-69 7-217

New York Giants Washington Redskins Chicago Bears

1-12 3-74 3-84

Chicago Bears Pittsburgh Steelers Kansas City Chiefs

4-103

Pittsburgh Steelers

1-18 2-32 3-74 4-97 6-144 8-195 11-291

Dallas Cowboys St. Louis Cardinals Dallas Cowboys San Diego Chargers Los Angeles Rams Los Angeles Rams Seattle Seahawks

1-25

Philadelphia Eagles

7-185 8-200 11-283 12-310

Seattle Seahawks Indianapolis Colts San Diego Chargers San Diego Chargers

1-31 2-34 3-92 5-147 6-210 7-230

St. Louis Rams Carolina Panthers Green Bay Packers Oakland Raiders Chicago Bears Washington Redskins

3-76 3-82

Carolina Panthers Carolina Panthers

1-14 2-41 2-46 4-98 5-131 5-137 9-222 9-248 10-254 12-317

Los Angeles Rams Dallas Cowboys Los Angeles Rams San Diego Chargers Los Angeles Raiders Los Angeles Rams Atlanta Falcons Denver Broncos Detroit Lions Dallas Cowboys

3-89 4-130 5-133 5-139

Philadelphia Eagles St. Louis Rams San Diego Chargers New Orleans Saints

4-120 5-171 6-190 6-195

Washington Redskins Carolina Panthers Cincinnati Bengals Green Bay Packers

1-1 2-34 2-35 2-53 4-94 11-283 12-326

Dallas Cowboys Pittsburgh Steelers Cincinnati Bengals Los Angeles Rams Phoenix Cardinals Kansas City Chiefs New York Giants

1-28 2-60 7-228

Jacksonville Jaguars Jacksonville Jaguars Kansas City Chiefs

5-160

Kansas City Chiefs

5-125 6-143 8-208 10-265 12-325

New Orleans Saints San Diego Chargers Buffalo Bills Buffalo Bills Green Bay Packers

3-88 5-153 7-249

Pittsburgh Steelers New England Patriots Washington Redskins

2-35 4-104 7-219

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tennessee Titans Washington Redskins

1-2 2-31

Cleveland Browns Los Angeles Rams

1980

Brent Boyd, C

1981

Freeman McNeil, RB Kenny Easley, DB Larry Lee, OG Avon Riley, LB Curt Mohl, OT Ronnie DeBose, TE Jairo Penaranda, RB

1982

Luis Sharpe, OT Tim Wrightman, TE Martin Moss, DE Joe Gary, DT Ricky Coffman, SE

1983

Blanchard Montgomery, LB Jojo Townsell, WR Jimmy Turner, DB Dokie Williams, WR Irv Eatman, OT Blake Wingle, OG Tom Ramsey, QB

1984

Don Rogers, DB Jay Schroeder, QB Frank Cephous, RB Steve Gemza, OT Harper Howell, TE

1985

Steve Bono, QB Mike Young, WR Ron Pitts, DB Duval Love, OT Neal Dellocono, LB Herb Welch, DB

1986

Mike Sherrard, SE John Lee, PK Mark Walen, DT Tommy Taylor, LB Robert Cox, OT Steve Jarecki, LB David Norrie, QB

1987

Derek Tennell, TE Chuckie Miller, CB Joe Goebel, C Marcus Greenwood, FB

1988

Gaston Green, TB Ken Norton, LB Willie Anderson, SE David Richards, OT Dennis Price, CB James Washington, S James Primus, FB Mel Farr, FB Paco Craig, SE Ben Hummel, OLB

1989

Troy Aikman, QB Carnell Lake, LB Eric Ball, TB Darryl Henley, CB Jim Wahler, NG Marcus Turner, CB Eric Smith, LB

1990

Charles Arbuckle, TE Frank Cornish, C Marvcus Patton, OLB Mike Lodish, DT Kirk Maggio, P

1991

Eric Turner, FS Roman Phifer, OLB

Tommy Maddox, QB Dion Lambert, CB Maury Toy, RB Matt Darby, SS James Malone, ILB Kevin Smith, FB

1993

Carlton Gray, CB Sean LaChapelle, WR Kevin Williams, RB Othello Henderson, FS

1994

Jamir Miller, OLB Bruce Walker, DL Vaughn Parker, OT Craig Novitsky, OG Marvin Goodwin, SS

1995

J.J. Stokes, WR Carl Greenwood, CB

1996

Jonathan Ogden, OT Karim Abdul-Jabbar, TB Mike Flanagan, C Donnie Edwards, LB

1998

Shaun Williams, FS Skip Hicks, TB Chad Overhauser, OT

1999

Cade McNown, QB Kris Farris, OT Larry Atkins, S

2000

Danny Farmer, WR

2001

Freddie Mitchell, WR

2002

Robert Thomas, LB DeShaun Foster, TB Marques Anderson, S Kenyon Coleman, DE Bryan Fletcher, TE Jeff Grau, LS

2003

Mike Seidman, TE Ricky Manning, Jr., CB

2004

Matt Ware, DB Brandon Chillar, LB Dave Ball, DE Rodney Leisle, DT

2005

Manuel White Jr., RB Ben Emanuel II, S Tab Perry, WR Craig Bragg, WR

2006

Marcedes Lewis, TE Maurice Drew, RB Jarrad Page, S

2007

Justin Medlock, PK

2008

Bruce Davis, DE Matthew Slater, KR/S Chris Horton, SS

2010

Brian Price, DT Alterraun Verner, DB Terrence Austin, WR/KR

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1954 BRUINS National Champions Fifty-six years ago, UCLA fielded the finest football team in the school’s history. The 1954 Bruins compiled a perfect 9-0 record and were voted National Champions by United Press International at the end of the season. Most of the key players from the 1953 Bruins, who posted a record of 8-2, returned for the 1954 season, led by legendary head coach Henry R. “Red” Sanders. During his nine seasons in Westwood, Sanders’ winning percentage was .773 and he won three Pacific Coast Conference titles. The Bruins opened the 1954 season on Sept.18 with a 67-0 victory over San Diego Navy at the Coliseum.The point total was the highest in school history at the time.The following week, the Bruins improved to 2-0 with a 32-7 victory at Kansas. On Friday night, Oct. 1, amid much pre-game hype, defending national champion Maryland invaded the Coliseum. Playing in front of 73,376 fans, Bob Davenport rushed for 87 yards and both touchdowns in a 12-7 Bruin victory. The next week, UCLA received its sternest test of the year. Playing Washington on the road in Seattle, UCLA built a 21-0 lead. However, the Husky passing attack brought the home team within striking distance and a missed PAT turned out to be the difference in a 21-20 Bruin win. Stanford was next on the hit parade and the Indians were hit often.The Bruins rushed for 418 yards and threw for 59 more. Defensively, UCLA intercepted Stanford, led by future NFL quarterback John Brodie, eight times. UCLA scored early and often en route to a 72-0 win and a victory margin that remains as the school record. The carnage continued the following week as the Bruins won 61-0 at Oregon State. UCLA accounted for 593 yards of total offense, including 498 on the ground. The following week, California scored the only touchdown UCLA’s defense allowed in the season’s final five games, but it wasn’t nearly enough. The Bruins won 27-6 in Berkeley, behind 113 yards rushing and 120 yards passing by Primo Villanueva. The Bruins improved to 8-0 on the season the following week, shutting out Oregon, 41-0, in the Coliseum. On Nov. 20, the Bruins faced USC before 102,548 fans in the sold out Coliseum. UCLA held a 7-0 lead entering the fourth quarter before exploding for 27 points in the final 15 minutes to finish the season with a perfect 9-0 record.

UCLA did not play in the Rose Bowl following that magical season because of the “no-repeat” rule. It was voted No. 1 on the United Press International poll and shared the national championship with Ohio State (the Associated Press champ). The 1954 team set numerous records, including points in a season (367), points in a game (72) and touchdowns in a season (55). It led the nation in scoring offense (40.8 average) and scoring defense (4.4 average).Today, it still ranks No. 1 in school history in rushing defense (659 yards), total defense (1,708 yards) and scoring defense (40 points) while its 40.8 scoring average ranks second in school history. Tackle Jack Ellena, who finished seventh in the 1954 Heisman Trophy balloting, along with guard Jim Salsbury, fullback Bob Davenport and halfback Primo Villanueva each earned first-team All-America honors, as well as All-Coast and All-PCC acclaim. Eight other Bruins were named AllAmerica honorable mention, including guard Sam Boghosian, who earned Academic All-America honors and was first-team All-Coast. Terry Debay was the team’s most valuable player and a second-team Academic All-American. Other All-America honorable mentions included Hardiman Cureton (All-Coast and All-PCC second team), John Peterson (All-Coast second team), Bob Heydenfeldt (All-Coast second team), Jim Decker (All-PCC second team), Joe Ray (All-Coast and All-PCC second team) and Rommie Loudd. Bob Long was selected second-team All-Coast and All-PCC while Gil Moreno and Warner Benjamin earned All-Coast honorable mention. Decker led the team and ranked fifth in the PCC in rushing with 508 yards, followed by Villanueva with 486 and Davenport with 479. Villanueva passed for 400 yards and five touchdowns to lead the team while Davenport led the PCC in scoring with 11 touchdowns and Sam Brown led the league in punt returns (26.2 average and three touchdowns). Heydenfeldt ranked second in punting (39.9). Tommy Prothro, who would later become head coach at UCLA (1965-70) after a successful stint at Oregon State, was a key assistant coach on this team. He was inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 1991.

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BRUINS IN THE College Football Hall Of Fame TROY AIKMAN UCLA’s starting quarterback from 1987-88 … Consensus All-American in 1988 … Inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 2008 … 1988 winner of the Davey O’Brien National Quarterback Award ... Third in the 1988 Heisman Trophy voting ... Ranks fifth in school history in career touchdown passes (41) and completions (406) and sixth in yardage (5,298) despite playing just two years after transferring from Oklahoma ... Led UCLA to a two-year record of 20-4 and two bowl victories ... His 24 touchdown passes in 1988 rank third (tied) on that UCLA list … No. 1 selection in the 1989 NFL Draft by the Dallas Cowboys ... Won three Super Bowls in his 12-year NFL career ... Only the second Bruin to be selected for the NFF and Pro Football Halls of Fame.

GARY BEBAN UCLA’s starting quarterback from 1965-67 … Only UCLA player to win Heisman Trophy (1967) … Consensus All-American in 1967 … Inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 1988 … Ranks ninth in career passing with 4,087 yards and sixth in career total offense with 5,358 yards … Ranks fifth in school history with 35 career touchdowns and 11th in scoring … Led the team in passing and total offense three times … Charter member of UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame.

RANDY CROSS One of the best linemen to play at UCLA, Randy lined up at both center and guard during the 1973-74-75 seasons … Named All-American in 1975 … Starter in 28 of his 34 career games, including the final 23 … Named team’s outstanding lineman in 1974 and 1975 … Member of the 1976 Rose Bowl team which defeated top-ranked Ohio State … Team went 24-7-3 in his three seasons … Second-round selection of the 49ers in the ’76 NFL draft … Played with San Francisco from 1976-88 and was on Super Bowl championship teams in ’82, ’85 and ’89 … Works as an NFL and college television analyst for CBS/CBS College Sports ... Inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 2010.

TERRY DONAHUE Served as head coach for 20 years (1976-95) … The winningest coach in school history with a record of 151-74-8 and the winningest coach in Pacific10 Conference history with 98 league victories … The first coach in NCAA history to win a bowl game in seven consecutive seasons (1982-88) … His teams went on to win eight straight bowls overall … Led UCLA to five Pac-10 titles, four Rose Bowls and a post-season record of 8-4-1 … Won his final five games against USC, becoming the first coach in the history of the series to win five consecutive games, and finished with a 10-9-1 record in the series … Inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 2000 … Inducted into the UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame in 2001.

KENNY EASLEY Played free safety for UCLA from 1977-1980 … Became a starter in the second game of his freshman year… One of two three-time consensus AllAmericans in UCLA and Pac-10 history (1978-80) … First defensive four-time first-team All-Pac-10 player (1977-80) … Ranks first on UCLA career interception list with 19 and fourth in career tackles with 374 … Inducted into the UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame in 1991 … Inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 1991.

TOM FEARS Tom played wide receiver in 1946-47 … Earned All-Coast recognition as a senior … Starred with the Los Angeles Rams of the NFL … Inducted into the UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame in 1989 … Inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 1976 ... First Bruin in the NFF and Pro Football Halls of Fame.

BILL KILMER Bill played single-wing halfback in 1958-59-60 … Named All-American in 1960 … Team MVP in 1960 … Led the nation in total offense that season … Led UCLA in total offense, passing and punting in 1959-60 and both rushing and scoring in 1960 … Went on to a highly successful NFL career as a quarterback with San Francisco, New Orleans and Washington … Played in the 1973 Super Bowl with the Redskins … Inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 1999.

DONN MOOMAW Starting linebacker/center for UCLA from 1950-52 … Earned All-American honors in 1950 and consensus honors in 1952 … All-Conference from 1950-52 … Fourth in the 1952 Heisman Trophy balloting … Inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 1973 … 1952 Academic All-American … First round draft choice of Los Angeles Rams in 1953 NFL Draft … Charter member of UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame and the GTE Academic All-America Hall of Fame.

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Kenny Easley


BRUINS IN THE College Football Hall Of Fame TOMMY PROTHRO Served as head coach from 1965-70 … Compiled record of 41-18-3 and his winning percentage of .686 ranks second in UCLA history (three years minimum) … Led UCLA to its first bowl win, a 14-12 victory over Michigan State in the 1966 Rose Bowl … Four of his six teams ranked in the final UPI Top 10 … Coached UCLA’s only Heisman Trophy winner (Gary Beban) … Inducted into the UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame in 1986 … Inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 1991.

JERRY ROBINSON Starting linebacker for UCLA from 1976-78 and a reserve receiver in 1975 … The nation’s first three-time consensus All-American since SMU’s Doak Walker in 1947-49 and the first-ever in Pac-10 and UCLA history (1976-78) … All-Conference from 1976-78 … Ranks first on UCLA career tackles list with 468 and first (161), second (159) and third (147) on the single-season lists … 10th in the 1978 Hesiman Trophy balloting … Inducted into the UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame in 1991 … Inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 1996.

RED SANDERS Served as head coach from 1949 through 1957, passing away shortly before the 1958 season … Led UCLA to its only national championship in 1954 … Compiled a record of 66-19 and his winning percentage of .773 is the highest in UCLA history … Won three Pacific Coast Conference titles … Charter member of the UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame … Inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 1996.

AL SPARLIS Al played guard in 1941-42-45 … Named an All-American following the 1945 season … Starter on UCLA’s first Rose Bowl team in 1943 … Returned to UCLA after a three-year stint in the U.S. Air Force … Named team MVP in ’45 … Inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 1983.

KENNY WASHINGTON Played halfback for UCLA from 1937-1939 … UCLA’s first All-American in 1939 … All-Conference in 1939 … Inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 1956, the first UCLA player so honored … Ranks 16th on UCLA career rushing list with 1,915 yards (he ranked first from 1939 through 1972) and 16th in total offense with 3,206 yards … Led the team in passing and rushing three straight seasons

UCLA’S PRO FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES TROY AIKMAN

Inducted in 2006 … Aikman was the quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys from 1989-2000 … No. 1 selection of the 1989 NFL Draft … First quarterback in NFL history to win three Super Bowls in a four-year span … Winningest starting quarterback of any decade with 90 of 94 career wins occurring in 1990s … Passed for 32,942 yards and 165 touchdowns in his 165 starts … Posted 13 regular season and four playoff 300-yard passing games … Named to six Pro Bowls.

TOM FEARS

Inducted in 1970 … Fears played wide receiver for the Los Angeles Rams from 1948-56 … During his career, he made 400 receptions for 5,397 yards and 38 touchdowns … Led all NFL receivers in each of his first three seasons (1948-50) … In 1950, he made 84 receptions for 1,116 yards and seven touchdowns … Set a single-game record (since broken) with 18 receptions … The first Bruin in the Pro Football and College Football Hall of Fame … Passed away in 2000.

JIMMY JOHNSON

Inducted in 1993 … Johnson played cornerback for the San Francisco 49ers from 1961-76 … During his career, he made 47 interceptions for 615 yards… Played in five Pro Bowls … Opponents usually avoided throwing in his area … Brother of 1960 Olympic gold medalist Rafer Johnson.

BOB WATERFIELD

Inducted in 1965 (third Hall of Fame class) … Waterfield played for the Cleveland Rams in 1945 and the Los Angeles Rams in 1946-52 … Named NFL Most Valuable Player as a rookie in 1945 while leading the Rams to the league championship … Led the NFL in passing in 1946 and 1951 and in touchdown passes in 1945 and 1946 … Played both ways and made 20 career interceptions … Led the NFL in field goals made in three separate seasons … Passed away in 1983.

Bob Waterfield, 1965

Tom Fears, 1970

Jimmy Johnson, 1993

Troy Aikman, 2006

*Induction photos courtesy of Pro Football Hall of Fame

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ALL-AMERICAN Bruins Here is UCLA’s list of all-time All-Americans. UCLA has had 93 first-team All-American selections (84 players), headed by three-time consensus choices Jerry Robinson and Kenny Easley. Robinson (1976-77-78), an inside linebacker, and Easley (1978-79-80), a free safety, are the only three-time consensus All-Americans in Pac-10 history. The list also includes 1967 Heisman Trophy winner Gary Beban, 1988 Davey O’Brien Award winner Troy Aikman, Outland Trophy winners Jonathan Ogden (1995) and Kris Farris (1998), 1998 Unitas Award winner Cade McNown, 2005 Mackey Award winner Marcedes Lewis, 2009 Groza Award winner Kai Forbath and two-time All-Americans Donn Moomaw, Paul Cameron, Bob Davenport, John Lee and Chris Sailer. Sailer is the only Bruin to earn first-team All-America honors at two positions in the same season. 1938 1939 1942 1945 1946

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John Ryland, g (third team) Kenny Washington, h Jack Lescoulie, g (third team) Al Sparlis, g Burr Baldwin, e Ernie Case, b (second team) Don Paul, c (second team) Jerry Shipkey, b (second team) Don Malmberg, g (second team) Tom Fears, e (second team) Mike Dimitro, g (third team) Donn Moomaw, lb Donn Moomaw, lb (second team) Donn Moomaw, lb Paul Cameron, hb Ernie Stockert, e (second team) Paul Cameron, hb Jack Ellena, t Jim Salsbury, g Bob Davenport, fb Primo Villanueva, b (second team) Bob Davenport, fb Hardiman Cureton, g Rommie Loudd, e Jim Brown, g Sam Brown, b (second team) Jim Matheny, c (second team) Esker Harris, g (second team) Dick Wallen, e Bill Leeka, t (second team) Bill Leeka, t Bill Kilmer, hb Ron Hull, c Kermit Alexander, hb John Richardson, dt (second team) Mel Farr, hb John Richardson, dl Gary Beban, qb Don Manning, lb Larry Slagle, ot Mike Ballou, lb Floyd Reese, dt Dave Dalby, c (third team) Dave Dalby, c Jimmy Allen, db Efren Herrera, k Kermit Johnson, rb James McAlister, rb Fred McNeill, de Al Oliver, ot Randy Cross, og Cliff Frazier, ng John Sciarra, qb Jeff Dankworth, qb Oscar Edwards, db Jerry Robinson, lb Jerry Robinson, lb Manu Tuiasosopo, dt (second team) Gus Coppens, ot (third team) Kenny Easley, s Jerry Robinson, lb Manu Tuiasosopo, dt (second team) Kenny Easley, s Freeman McNeil, tb (third team)

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* Kenny Easley, s Freeman McNeil, tb * Tim Wrightman, te Luis Sharpe, ot Tom Ramsey, qb (second team) Cormac Carney, wr (second team) Karl Morgan, ng (second team) * Don Rogers, s Paul Bergmann, te (second team) Mike Sherrard, wr (second team) Duval Love, ot (third team) John Lee, pk Duval Love, ot (second team) Neal Dellocono, lb (third team) * John Lee, pk Mark Walen, dt (second team) James Washington, s (second team) Jim McCullough, og (third team) Gaston Green, tb (second team) Ken Norton, Jr., lb (second team) James Washington, s (third team) Gaston Green, tb Ken Norton, Jr., lb Troy Aikman, qb (second team) Carnell Lake, lb (second team) David Richards, ot (second team) *# Troy Aikman, qb Charles Arbuckle, te * Darryl Henley, cb Carnell Lake, lb Frank Cornish, c (second team) Alfredo Velasco, pk (third team) Frank Cornish, c Kirk Maggio, p Charles Arbuckle, te (second team) Roman Phifer, olb Eric Turner, s Scott Miller, wr (third team) Matt Darby, s Sean LaChapelle, wr (second team) Carlton Gray, cb (third team) * Carlton Gray, cb Vaughn Parker, ot (second team) Marvin Goodwin, s * Bjorn Merten, pk * Jamir Miller, olb Craig Novitsky, og Vaughn Parker, ot * J.J. Stokes, wr Kevin Jordan, fl Donnie Edwards, olb (second team) Darren Schager, p (second team) Karim Abdul-Jabbar, tb *& Jonathan Ogden, ot Mike Flanagan, c (third team) Skip Hicks, tb * Chad Overhauser, ot Chris Sailer, pk Chris Sailer, p Shaun Williams, fs Larry Atkins, ss (second team) Cade McNown, qb (third team) *& Kris Farris, ot *% Cade McNown, qb Larry Atkins, ss (second team)

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* Freddie Mitchell, wr Brian Polak, og (second team) * Robert Thomas, lb DeShaun Foster, tb (second team) Kenyon Coleman, dt (third team) Mike Saffer, ot (second team) * Dave Ball, de Brandon Chillar, lb (third team) Spencer Havner, lb * Maurice Drew, kr *@ Marcedes Lewis, te Bruce Davis, de * Justin Hickman, de * Justin Medlock, pk Chris Horton, s Matthew Slater, kr Bruce Davis, de (second team) Trey Brown, cb (second team) Kai Forbath, pk (third team) Alterraun Verner, cb (fourth team) ^* Kai Forbath, pk Rahim Moore, s Brian Price, dt Alterraun Verner, cb

(First team selections in boldface, other selections noted) *Consensus Selection †Heisman Trophy Winner #Davey O’Brien Quarterback Award Winner &Outland Trophy winner %Johnny Unitas Award winner @John Mackey Award winner ^Lou Groza Award winner

Charles Arbuckle


ALL-AMERICAN Bruins

UCLA’S FIRST-TEAM ALL-AMERICANS (Listed in alphabetical order)

BURR BALDWIN

KARIM ABDUL-JABBAR

#33

Karim played tailback in 1992-94-95 … Earned All-America honors in 1995 … Set UCLA single-season rushing record with 1,567 yards in 1995 despite missing virtually two entire games … The only player in school history to rush for over 200 yards in three consecutive games … His 261 rushing yards at Stanford ranks No. 5 at UCLA … Only seventh player in Pac-10 history and first Bruin to rush for over 1,200 yards in back-to-back seasons … Tied school record with eight games of 100+ yards in 1995, including four of at least 180 yards … Ended his career ranked No. 3 in rushing with 3,182 yards (now No. 4) … Selected in the third round of the 1996 NFL Draft by the Miami Dolphins and rushed for over 1,000 yards as a rookie … Traded to the Cleveland Browns in 1999 and was also with the Indianapolis Colts.

Burr played end in 1941-42-46 … Consensus All-American in 1946 … UCLA’s first consensusAll-American … 1946 team MVP and co-captain … Seventh in 1946 Heisman Trophy balloting … Played in UCLA’s first two Rose Bowls … Starter on UCLA’s first regular-season unbeaten team (1946) … Jersey number is retired … Member of UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame.

#38

DAVE BALL

TROY AIKMAN

#8

Troy played quarterback in 1987-88 … Earned consensus AllAmerica honors in 1988 … Won the Davey O’Brien award as the nation’s top quarterback in 1988 and placed third in Heisman Trophy balloting … Posted a 20-4 two-year record as a starter … Led the Bruins to wins in the Aloha and Cotton Bowls … Set school records with 24 touchdown passes in a season and four (tied) in a game (both since broken) … Set school marks with 228 completions (since broken) in a season and 32 in a game … In his two-year career, he completed 406 passes (No. 5) for 5,298 yards (No. 6) and 41 touchdowns (No. 5) … Named UCLA offensive MVP in 1988 … Selected as the No. 1 pick of the 1989 NFL draft by the Dallas Cowboys and played from 1989-2000 … First quarterback in NFL history to win three Super Bowls in a four-year span … Inducted into the UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame in 1999 … Inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2006 … Inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 2008.

#43

MIKE BALLOU

KERMIT ALEXANDER

Mike played middle linebacker in 1967-68-69 … Earned consensus All-America honors in 1969 … Started 29 of 30 games in his career … 1969 tri-captain … Served as captain of his team in the Shrine All-Star Game … Played the 1970 season with the Boston Patriots.

Kermit played halfback in 1960-61-62 … Earned All-American honors in 1962 … Two-time team MVP and All-Around Excellence award winner … Team leader in pass receiving and kickoff returns in ’61 and ’62 … 1962 rushing leader … Also one of the team’s top defensive players … A first-round selection in the NFL draft by San Francisco … Enjoyed a long NFL career from 1963-76 with San Francisco, Los Angeles and Philadelphia.

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#33

GARY BEBAN

JIMMY ALLEN

#20

Jimmy played defensive back in 1972-73 … NamedAll-American in 1973 … Started all 22 games in his career and the team posted a 17-5 record … Team interception leader and Rookie of the Year in 1972 … 1973 Leadership award winner … Set UCLA record with 100-yard interception return vs. California in 1973 … Drafted in the fourth round by the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1974 … Played for Pittsburgh and the Detroit Lions from 1974-81 … Appeared in the 1975-76 Super Bowls with the Steelers.

#16

CHARLES ARBUCKLE

Gary quarterbacked the Bruins in 1965-66-67 … Earned consensus All-America honors in 1967 … Heisman Trophy winner in 1967 … Three-time All-Coast performer … Led team in total offense, passing and scoring in 1965-67 … Finished fourth in the 1966 Heisman Trophy balloting … Inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 1988 … Still ranks in the top 10 all-time at UCLA in career passing yards (No. 9 with 4,087 yards), total offense (No. 6 with 5,358 yards) and touchdowns scored (No. 5 with 35) … One of eight players to have his number retired … A charter member of UCLA’s Hall of Fame … A second-round selection by the Los Angeles Rams, he also played a couple of seasons with the Washington Redskins.

JIM BROWN

Charles played tight end in 1986-87-88-89 … Earned All-America honors as a junior in 1988 … Second-team All-American in 1989 … Led the team in receiving in 1989 (33) … Had 73 career receptions, No. 3 among tight ends … Selected in the fifth round of the 1990 NFL Draft by the New Orleans Saints … Also a member of the San Diego Chargers and Indianapolis Colts ... Works as a college football analyst for ESPNU.

#81

Played defensive end in 2000-01-02-03, starting the final three seasons … Earned consensus All-America honors as a senior (2003) … Selected ABC-Chevrolet National Defensive Player of the Year … One of five finalists for the Bronko Nagurski Trophy for National Defensive Player of the Year … One of four finalists for the Lombardi Award, presented to the Nation’s Top Lineman … One of six finalists for the Ted Hendricks National Defensive End of the Year Award … Winner of the Pop Warner Award as Top Senior Player on the West Coast … Named Pac-10 Defensive Player of the Year by league‘s coaches … Defensive winner of Morris Trophy, awarded to Pac-10’s top lineman … Tied for the national lead with 16.5 quarterback sacks in 2003, setting a new UCLA record … Finished career with a school-record 30.5 sacks … Made 27.5 sacks in his final two years (25 games) … His 20.5 tackles for losses in 2003 rank No. 4 on UCLA’s single-season list and his 43.5 career tackles for losses rank No. 3 all-time … Selected in the fifth round (first pick) of the 2004 NFL draft by the San Diego Chargers ... Has also been with the Carolina Panthers, New York Jets and Tennessee Titans.

Jim played guard in 1954-55 … Earned All-American honors in ’55 …Transferred from Santa Clara, which dropped its program …Teamed with Hardiman Cureton to form perhaps the nation’s top guard tandem … Member of the 1954 National Championship team … Team went 18-2 in his two seasons.

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ALL-AMERICAN Bruins JEFF DANKWORTH

PAUL CAMERON

#34

Jeff played quarterback in 1974-75-76 … Earned All-America honors in 1976 … 1974 Rookie of the Year … 1976 total offense leader and tri-captain … Team offensive MVP in 1976 … Finished 10th in Heisman Trophy balloting in 1976 … Team posted 24-7-4 record in his three seasons … NCAA PostGraduate Scholarship winner … NCAA Top 10 award winner … Football Foundation Hall of Fame Scholarship winner.

Paul played halfback in 1951-52-53 and earned consensus All-America honors in 1953 … Team MVP in ’51 and ’53 … Conference total offense leader in 1951 … Rushing and scoring leader in 1953 … Led Bruins to the 1954 Rose Bowl game … Third in the ’53 Heisman Trophy balloting and sixth in 1952 … Bruins went 21-6-1 in his three seasons … Had his jersey number retired … Played in the NFL and the Canadian Football League.

#19 FRANK CORNISH

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BOB DAVENPORT

Frank played center in 1986-87-88-89 … Earned All-America honors in 1989 …Three-year starter (1987-88-89) and started all 35 games during that span … UCLA’s offensive MVP in 1989 … All-Pac-10 first-team in 1988 and second-team in 1989 … Selected in the sixth round of the 1990 NFL Draft by the San Diego Chargers … Played for San Diego, Dallas, Minnesota, Jacksonville and Philadelphia … Played in the 1993 and 1994 Super Bowls with the Cowboys.

#27

BRUCE DAVIS

RANDY CROSS

#51

Randy played center and guard in 1973-74-75 … Named All-American in 1975 … Starter in 28 of his 34 career games, including the final 23 … Named team’s outstanding lineman in 1974-75 … Member of the 1976 Rose Bowl team which defeated top-ranked Ohio State … Team went 24-7-3 in his three seasons … Second-round selection of the 49ers in ’76 NFL draft … Played with San Francisco from 1976-88 and was on Super Bowl champion teams in ’82, ’85 and ’89 … Works as NFL television analyst … Inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 2010.

#44

HARDIMAN CURETON

Hardiman played guard in 1953-54-55 and earned consensus All-America honors in 1955 … 1955 team captain … Member of the 1954 National Championship team … Played on three Pacific Coast Conference championship teams … Three-year starter on teams which produced a 26-4 record … Played both offensive and defensive line … Went on to play several years in the Canadian Football League … A 2005 UCLA Hall of Fame inductee.

#60

Dave played center in 1969-70-71 … EarnedAll-America honors in 1971 … Started all 31 career games … 1970-71 All-Coast selection … 1971 co-captain and team MVP … Enjoyed a long professional career with the Raiders from 1972-85 after being selected in the fourth round … Appeared in the 1977, ’81 and ’84 Super Bowls.

#5

#50

MATT DARBY

Kenny played free safety in 1977-78-79-80 … First player in Pac-10 history to be named a first-team All-League selection in four straight years … UCLA’s second three-time consensus All-American … UCLA’s all-time interception leader (19) … Ranks fourth in career tackles (374) … 1977 Rookie of theYear … 1978 Most Improved Player … 1979 Outstanding Player of the USC game … 1980 Leadership award winner … 1979-80 Defensive team MVP … Finished ninth in the 1980 Heisman Trophy balloting … His No. 5 has been retired … First-round pick and No. 4 selection overall by Seattle in the 1981 NFL draft … Played from 1981-87 with the Seahawks … Inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame and the UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame in 1991.

OSCAR EDWARDS

Matt played strong safety in 1988-89-90-91 … Earned AllAmerica honors in 1991 … Four-year starter … Led the team in tackles in 1991 with 85, including a team-best eight tackles for loss … Finished his career seventh all-time in tackles with 332 (now No. 8) … Selected by the Buffalo Bills in the fifth round of the 1992 NFL Draft and played in two Super Bowls with the Bills … Played with the Arizona Cardinals in 1996-97.

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Four-year letterman (2004-05-06-07) as a defensive end and linebacker ... As a starting defensive end in 2006, he earned first-team All-America honors from CollegeFootballNews. com and SI.com ... Earned second-team honors (Walter Camp Foundation) in 2007 ... Twice second-team All-Pac-10 (200607) ... As a junior, ranked fourth (tied) in NCAA with 12.5 quarterback sacks and 18th in tackles for loss (1.35 average - 17.5) ...Tied for first in Pac-10 in sacks and was No. 2 in the conference in tackles for loss ... As a senior, made 12.0 sacks and 15.5 TFL ... Ranks tied for third (2006) and seventh (2007) on UCLA’s season sack list and second with 29.0 career sacks ...Ranks fourth on UCLA list with 42.0 career TFL ... Made 47 tackles as a junior ... Also forced three fumbles ... Made 2.5 sacks versus Stanford and two each against Notre Dame and Washington State ... Made at least one sack in each of the final six regular-season games in 2006 ... Made 45 tackles as a senior ... In Las Vegas Bowl, made seven tackles, including 3.5 TFL and 2.5 sacks ... Selected by Pittsburgh in the third round of the 2008 NFL draft.

KENNY EASLEY

DAVE DALBY

#43

Bob played fullback in 1953-54-55 … First Bruin to earn backto-back All-American honors in 1954 and ’55 … Scored 25 touchdowns in 26 games during his three years … Played for three Pacific Coast Conference champions and was a member of the 1954 National Championship team … Member of two Rose Bowl teams … 1955 team MVP … Team posted a 26-4 record in his three seasons … Went on to play a season in the Canadian Football League.

Oscar played defensive back in 1975-76 … Earned All-American honors in 1976 … 1976 team MVP on defense … 1976 tri-captain … Had highs of 14 tackles each against USC and Arizona State in 1976 …1975 Outstanding Defensive Player award … Second team All-Coast selection in 1975 … Had 165 tackles and the team posted a 18-4-2 record in his two seasons … Transferred from Riverside City College.

#21


ALL-AMERICAN Bruins JACK ELLENA

#77

Jack played tackle in 1952-53-54 … Named a consensus All-American in 1954 … An All-Conference performer in all three seasons … Alternate team captain in 1954 … Keyed the defense of UCLA’s undefeated 1954 national championship team … Finished seventh in the 1954 Heisman Trophy balloting … Team posted 25-3 record in his three seasons … Two-time Pacific Coast Intercollegiate Heavyweight wrestling champion … Went on to play in both the NFL and the Canadian Football League.

CARLTON GRAY

#3

MEL FARR, SR.

#22

Mel played halfback in 1964-65-66 … Earned consensus AllAmerican acclaim in ’66 … Named All-Coast in ’65-66 … Named Most Improved Player in ’65 … Named team MVP in ’66 … Team leader in rushing in ’65-66 … Seventh in the ’66 Heisman Trophy balloting … Team went 21-9-1 in his three seasons … First-round pick and No. 7 overall selection in the ’67 NFL draft by Detroit … Played with the Lions from 196773 and was NFL Rookie of the Year in 1967.

GASTON GREEN

#44

#71

#41

KAI FORBATH

#25

Kai was the Bruin place kicker in 2007-08-09 and will be again in 2010 ... Earned consensus All-America honors in ’09 ...Won Lou Groza Collegiate Place-Kicker Award in ’09 ... Led nation in field goals per game (2.15) in ’09 and his 28 field goals in ’09 rank No. 2 in UCLA history ... Tied the NCAA record for best % of kicks converted, under 40 yards, by making 19-19 fgs from that distance in 2010 ... Enters senior year ranked No. 2 at UCLA in career field goals (75) and No. 5 in career scoring ... Has made nine field goals of at least 50 yards, a school record, during his career ... Scored at least 100 points in two of his three seasons.

Gaston played tailback in 1984-85-86-87 … Named All-American in 1987 … Ended his career as the all-time leading rusher at UCLA with 3,731 yards and the most 100-yard games with 20 … Set a single-season record for most rushing yards with 1,405 (still No. 2), most rushing TDs with 17 (since broken) and most 100-yard games with eight … Offensive MVP in ’86 and ’87 … Eighth in the ’87 Heisman Trophy balloting … Team went 36-10-2 in his four seasons … First-round selection (No. 14) of the LA Rams in the 1988 NFL draft … Played in 1988-90 with the Rams, 1991-92 with the Denver Broncos and 1993 with the Raiders.

SPENCER HAVNER

KRIS FARRIS

Kris played offensive left tackle in 1996-97-98 … Started all 35 games of his career … As a junior in 1998, he became UCLA’s second-ever Outland Trophy winner … Also selected one of 12 semi-finalists for the Rotary Lombardi Award … Earned consensus All-America honors as a junior in 1998 … Selected in the third round of the 1999 NFL Draft by the Pittsburgh Steelers … Was also a member of the Buffalo Bills and Atlanta Falcons. ... Earned MBA from UCLA’s Anderson School of Business in June 2009.

Carlton played cornerback in 1989-90-91-92 … Earned consensus All-America honors in 1992 … Also named a GTE Academic All-American in ’92 … Four-year starter … Ranks second in UCLA history with his 16 career interceptions … Picked off 11 passes in 1991 to set a UCLA single-season record … National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete … Won the NCAA “Today’s Top Six” Award … Chosen in the second round of the 1993 NFL draft by the Seattle Seahawks … Played with the Seahawks, the Indianapolis Colts, the New York Giants and the Kansas City Chiefs … Inducted into the UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame in 2004.

Four-year starter (2002-03-04-05) at linebacker … Earned first-team All-America honors from cbssportsline.com and collegefootballnews.com as a junior in ’04 … Also named second-team All-American by Walter Camp Football Foundation … Concluded his senior season ranked No. 3 on UCLA career tackles list (402) … Set a school record at the time with four career defensive touchdowns (three interceptions, one fumble recovery) … Made 11 career interceptions … In 2005, led UCLA with 99 tackles … As a junior, led the Pac-10 and placed No. 7 (tied) in NCAA with his average of 11.36 tackles/g … His 125 tackles in ’04 ranked 10th (tied) on UCLA’s single-season list … Semifinalist for Butkus Award (Nation’s top linebacker) and Rotary Lombardi Award (nation’s top lineman) as a junior and a senior ... Member of the Green Bay Packers in 2006-07-08-09.

DARRYL HENLEY

#2

CLIFF FRAZIER

Cliff played nose guard in 1974-75 … Earned All-American honors for the 1975 season … One of three captains for the 1975 squad … Member of the 1976 Rose Bowl team which defeated top-ranked Ohio State …1975 team defensive MVP … Second-round pick of the Kansas City Chiefs in the 1976 draft.

Darryl played cornerback in 1985-86-87-88 … Earned consensus All-America honors in 1988 … Ranked fifth in the nation as a punt returner with a 13.3 average in 1988 … Had scoring returns of 89 and 75 yards in ’88 … Also had a 74-yard scoring return in the 1987 season … His 654 return yards set a school record (still No. 4) … Finished his career No. 2 in career punt returns with 66 (now No. 5) … Credited with 51 tackles and a team-high 16 pass breakups in 1988 … Team went 37-9-2 in his four seasons … Selected in the second round of the 1989 NFL draft by the Los Angeles Rams … Played for the Rams from 1989-94.

EFREN HERRERA

#76 #1

Efren was the Bruin place-kicker in 1971-72-73 … Named All-American in 1973 … UCLA’s scoring leader in 1971-72 … Set seven school kicking records … Connected on 121 of 127 PATs and 24 of 47 field goals in his career … His 24 made field goals rank tied for 10th on the school career list ... His 193 career points rank No. 13 all-time at UCLA … Drafted by the Detroit Lions in the seventh round in 1974 … Played from 1974-82 with the NFL’s Dallas, Seattle and Buffalo franchises … Appeared in the 1978 Super Bowl with the Cowboys.

MARVIN GOODWIN

#22

Marvin played safety in 1991-92-93 … Earned All-America honors as a junior in 1993 … Selected All-Pac-10 in 1993 … Led Pac-10 with six interceptions during the regular season … Led team in tackles (83) … Made key theft at end of game to preserve 27-21 victory over USC that clinched Rose Bowl berth … Two-year starter (1992-93) who started 23 straight games … Selected in the fifth round of the 1994 NFL Draft by the Philadelphia Eagles.

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ALL-AMERICAN Bruins MAURICE JONES-DREW

SKIP HICKS

#42

Skip played tailback in 1993-94-96-97 … Earned first-team All-America as a senior … Set a Pac-10 single-season record with 25 touchdowns as a senior and also became the Pac-10’s all-time single-season scoring leader with 150 points (26 and 156 including the Cotton Bowl) … Concluded his career as the all-time Pac-10 leader in touchdowns with 55 … Finished his career with 3,140 yards (No. 6 in school history) and 330 points (No. 3) … Only player in UCLA history to net over 100 yards in both rushing and receiving in a game … Scored a school record four touchdowns in a game five times in his career … Selected in the third round of the 1998 NFL draft by the Washington Redskins … Also was with the Bears,Titans, Bengals and Panthers.

#21

Two-year starter (2004-05) at tailback … Earned unanimous first-team All-America honors as a kick returner as a junior (2005) … Set NCAA record by averaging 28.5 yards on his 15 punt returns, including returns for touchdowns of 72, 66 and 81 yards … Set a school record with 1,863 all-purpose yards (since broken) as a junior … Also holds career record with 4,688 all-purpose yards … As a junior, he scored 20 touchdowns (T-No. 2 on single-season list) and his 39 career touchdowns rank No. 4 … Sixteen of those TDs measured at least 40 yards … Also ranks No. 2 (tied) for single-season scoring (120 points) and No. 9 on the career list (234) … Rushed for 1,007 yards as a sophomore and 914 as a junior … His 2,503 career rushing yards rank No. 10 on that list … Semifinalist for the Doak Walker Award ... Second-round pick by Jacksonville in the 2006 NFL Draft.

JUSTIN HICKMAN

#17

Three-year starter (2004-05-06) at defensive end ... Earned consensus All-America honors as a senior in 2006 ... Named first-team All-America by Walter Camp Foundation, Sporting News and FWAA and second-team by Associated Press, SI.com and CollegeFootballNews.com ... One of six finalists for Ted Hendricks National Defensive End of the Year award ...Defensive winner of UCLA’s Red Sanders Award for Most Valuable Player ... All-Pac-10 first-team in 2006 ... As a senior, ranked fourth (tied) in NCAA with 12.5 quarterback sacks and 10th in tackles for loss (19.0) ...Tied for first in Pac-10 in sacks and led conference in tackles for loss ... Ranks third (tied) on UCLA’s season sack list and 10th with 19.5 career sacks ...Ranks fifth (tied) on UCLA season TFL list and tied for 18th with 31.0 career TFL ... Made 42 tackles as a senior ... Made three sacks against Notre Dame as a senior.

KEVIN JORDAN

#4

Kevin played wide receiver in 1992-93-94-95 … Earned AllAmerica honors as a junior in 1994 … Led Pac-10 in receptions in 1994 … Set a then-UCLA record with 1,228 receiving yards in 1994 … Set regular-season record with 73 receptions in 1994 … Completed his career ranked No. 1 at UCLA with 179 receptions (now No. 2) and 2,548 yards (now No. 3) … Only Bruin to make at least 40 receptions in three seasons… Winner of UCLAAward forAll-Around Excellence in 1995 after leading team with 43 receptions … Played with the Arizona Cardinals, Cincinnati Bengals and Denver Broncos.

BILL KILMER CHRIS HORTON

#14

Two-year starter (2006-07) and four-year letterman (2004-0506-07) at strong safety ... As a senior, he earned first-team AllAmerica acclaim from The Sporting News ...Also named first-team All-Pac-10 by the league’s coaches and was defensive co-winner of UCLA’s Paul I. Wellman Award for All-Around Excellence ... Ranked second on team as a senior with 90 tackles and his average of 6.92 was 24th in the Pac-10 ... Made 44 tackles in his final six games (7.3 avg.) ... Made a career-high 16 tackles at Washington State and had 3.0 sacks versus Arizona State ... Started all 13 games ... As a junior in 2006, he started all 13 games and led the team with 95 tackles ... His average of 7.31 stops ranked ninth in the Pac-10 ... Led the team in tackles in six of the last eight games ... Started the final two games in 2005 after missing the first part of the season due to injury and was a key reserve in 2004 ... Made 238 tackles and three interceptions during his career ... Selected by the Washington Redskins in the seventh round of the 2008 NFL draft.

RON HULL

#17

Bill played single-wing halfback in 1958-59-60 … Named AllAmerican in 1960 … Team MVP in 1960 … Led the nation in total offense that season … Led UCLA in total offense, passing and punting in 1959-60 and both rushing and scoring in 1960 … Finished fifth in the 1960 Heisman Trophy balloting … Went on to a highly successful NFL career as a quarterback with San Francisco, New Orleans and Washington … Played in the 1973 Super Bowl with the Redskins … Inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in December 1999.

CARNELL LAKE

#31

Ron played center in 1959-60-61 … Earned All-American honors in 1961 … 1961 team captain … Last of the single-wing centers … Conference champions in 1959 and ’61 … Member of the ’62 Rose Bowl team which played Minnesota … Team posted a 19-10-2 record in his career.

Carnell played linebacker in 1985-86-87-88 … Earned AllAmerica honors in 1988 … National Football Foundation Hall of Fame Scholar Athlete award winner … Semifinalist for the Butkus Award and Lombardi Trophy … Finalist for the NCAA Top Six award … Credited with 78 tackles and 12.5 tackles for loss in 1988 … Led the Pac-10 in sacks in 1987 with 13, a then-UCLA record … Totaled 25.5 career sacks, which ranks fourth all-time at UCLA … Team went 37-9-2 in his four seasons … Drafted in the second round by Pittsburgh in 1989, was an All-Pro defensive back for the Steelers and signed with Jacksonville in 1999 … Inducted into the UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame in 2000 … Played with the Baltimore Ravens in 2001 ... Served as Bruin assistant coach in 2009 season.

JOHN LEE

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KERMIT JOHNSON

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Kermit played running back in 1971-72-73 … Named a consensus All-American in 1973 … All-Coast selection in 1972-73 … Finished 10th in the 1973 Heisman Trophy balloting … 1972 All-Around Excellence award winner … 1973 tri-captain and MVP … Set seven individual game, season and career records … Had Pac-10 record 7.53 yards per carry average (since broken) in 1973 … First Bruin to rush for over 1,000 yards in a single season (1,129 in 1973) … Broke Kenny Washington’s 34-year old UCLA career rushing record with 2,495 yards and still ranks 11th on the career list … Went on to play a couple of seasons with the San Francisco 49ers after being a seventh-round selection in the 1974 draft.

#25

John served as the Bruin place-kicker in 1982-83-84-85 … Named All-American in 1984 and consensus All-American in 1985 … He was the fifth Bruin multi-yearAll-American … Ended his career as the most prolific PAT and field goal specialist in NCAA, Pac-10 and Bruin history … In 47 games, he booted 85 field goals in 100 attempts and converted 135 of 136 PATs, including a streak of 108 straight … He set NCAA records for career field goals, accuracy (.857) and most field goals in a season … UCLA’s career scoring leader with 390 points … Second-round selection of the St. Louis Cardinals in the 1986 NFL draft … Played with the Cardinals in 1986.


ALL-AMERICAN Bruins JAMES McALISTER

BILL LEEKA

Bill played tackle in 1956-57-58 … Named All-American in 1958 … All-Coast selection in 1957 and ’58 … Quick and consistent player who went both ways … Coach Red Sanders called him “one of the best tackles he had ever coached.”

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FREEMAN McNEIL

MARCEDES LEWIS

#19

Three-year starter (2003-04-05) at tight end … Won John Mackey Award as nation’s top tight end as a senior … Named first-team All-America by FWAA,Walter Camp Foundation and The Sporting News as a senior in 2005 … First-team All-Pac-10 … As a senior, he set UCLA season records for receptions (58), yards (741) and touchdown catches (10) for a tight end … His career totals of 126 catches, 1,571 yards and 21 touchdowns are also UCLA tight end records … His 21 career touchdown receptions rank No. 2 in school history behind J.J. Stokes while his 126 receptions rank No. 8 on the all-time list … His 58 receptions in 2005 rank No. 7 (tied) on UCLA’s single-season list … As a junior, he was one of three finalists for the Mackey Award and earned second-team All-Pac-10 honors … Made 32 receptions for 402 yards and seven touchdowns … Caught 30 passes for 377 yards as a sophomore ... First-round pick by Jacksonville in 2006 NFL Draft.

#24

Freeman played tailback in 1977-78-79-80 … Earned AllAmerica honors in 1980 … Named All-Conference in 1979-80 … 1979-80 UCLA rushing leader … 1980 team scoring leader and Offensive Player vs. USC … 1979-80 Offensive team MVP … 1978 Most Improved Player … Ended career as UCLA’s top single-season rushing leader with 1,396 in 1979 (now No. 3) and all-time career ball carrier with 3,195 yards (now second) … First-round pick and No. 3 selection overall by the NY Jets in the 1981 NFL draft … Played from 1981-92 with the Jets.

FRED McNEILL

Fred played defensive end in 1971-72-73 … Named AllAmerican in 1973 … Selected All-Coast in 1972-73 … 1971 Rookie of the Year … 1972 Leadership award winner … 1972 team tackle leader … 1973 team tri-captain … First-round pick (17th overall) of the Minnesota Vikings in the 1974 NFL draft … Team advanced to the 1975 and ’77 Super Bowls … Played with the Vikings from 1974-85.

ROMMIE LOUDD

Rommie played end in 1953-54-55 and was named All-American in 1955 … Leading pass receiver on the ’54 National Championship team … Member of two Rose Bowl teams and three Pacific Coast Conference title teams … Also played defense … Team posted a 26-4 record in his three seasons … Played in the NFL and the Canadian Football League.

James played running back in 1972-73 … Named All-American in 1973 …Teamed with Kermit Johnson to form one of the best backfields in school history … Averaged 5.3 yards per carry and gained 1,492 yards in his career … Team went 17-5 in his two seasons … His 27-0 1/2 long jump has been a school record mark since 1973 … Played in the NFL with the Philadelphia Eagles in 1975-76 and the New England Patriots in 1978 after being a sixth-round pick of the Raiders in 1974.

#92 CADE McNOWN

#82 KIRK MAGGIO

Kirk played punter for the Bruins in 1986-87-88-89 … Earned All-America honors in 1989 … Also selected first-team All-Pac10 (1989) … In his lone season as a regular, Kirk averaged 45.2 yards on 45 punts … Ranked second in the nation with that 45.2 average and still ranks third on UCLA’s single-season list.

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#46

DON MANNING

JUSTIN MEDLOCK

Don played linebacker in 1965-66-67 … Earned consensus All-American honors in 1967 … Named All-Coast in 1966-67 … Team interception leader in 1966 … Team posted a threeyear record of 24-5-2 … Played in UCLA’s first Rose Bowl victory following the 1965 season … He and Gary Beban became the first Bruins to make consensus All-American in the same year.

#50

Cade started 44 of his 47 career games as the Bruin quarterback in 1995-96-97-98, including the final 43 straight … Earned consensus All-America honors in 1998 … As a senior, he won the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, placed third in balloting for the Heisman Trophy and was a finalist for the Davey O’Brien National Quarterback Award … Set UCLA season records for passing yards (3,470), touchdown passes (25, since broken) and total offense (3,652) as well as single-game records in the same three categories (513, five, since broken, and 515) … UCLA’s career leader in total offense (11,285 yards — a Pac-10 record since broken), passing yards (10,708) and touchdown passes (68) … Compiled a record of 30-14 as a starter and led UCLA to a school-record 20 consecutive victories during his junior and senior seasons … Finished eighth in the 1997 Heisman Trophy balloting … Selected in the first round (No. 12) of the 1999 NFL Draft by the Chicago Bears … Was also a member of the Miami Dolphins and San Francisco 49ers.

#7

Four-year starter (2003-04-05-06) at place kicker ... Earned consensus All-America honors as a senior in 2006 ... Named first-team All-America by Associated Press, AFCA, Sporting News, FWAA, CollegeFootballNews.com and Scout.com ... A second-teamWalter Camp Foundation selection ...GrozaAward semifinalist in 2004-06... First-team All-Pac-10 in 2004-06 and second-team in 2005 ...As a senior, made 28 of 32 field goals (.875) ... Led NCAA in field goals per game (2.15) and ranked ninth (tied) in scoring (8.69 average) ... His 28 field goals rank No. 2 (tied) on UCLA’s season list behind John Lee’s 32 in 1984 and his 113 points rank fifth on UCLA’s season list and second among kickers ... On UCLA’s career lists, he ranks second in points (357) and third in field goals with 70 (on 88 attempts) ... Set UCLA career records with 147 PATs and 148 PAT attempts and set another mark with a string of 113 consecutive PATs ...The first kicker in school history with two field goals of 50+ yards in the same game ... Had six 50-yard field goals in all ... Selected by Kansas City in the fifth round of the 2007 NFL draft.

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ALL-AMERICAN Bruins BJORN MERTEN

#37

Bjorn was the Bruin place kicker for four years (1993-94-9596) … Earned All-America honors in 1993 … The only freshman in UCLA history to earn first-team All-America honors … Became only the fourth player in NCAA history to earn first-team All-America honors as a freshman … Made 21 of 26 field goals and ranked second in NCAA in field goals per game in 1993 … His 21 field goals in 1993 rank sixth on the season list ... Ranks fourth at UCLA in career field goals (57) and fourth in career scoring (301 points).

CRAIG NOVITSKY

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JONATHAN OGDEN

JAMIR MILLER

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Jamir played linebacker in 1991-92-93 … Earned All-America honors in 1993 … One of three finalists for the Butkus award … Finalist for Football News’ Defensive Player of theYear … 1993 UCLA Defensive MVP and first-team All-Pac-10 Conference … His 12.5 sacks that season ranks third (tied) on the all-time list and his 18.0 tackles for loss ranks eighth (tied) … His 4.5 sacks in the 1993 BYU game set a school single-game record … Sixth on the all-time sacks list (23.5) and tied for 11th on the tackles for loss list (35.0)... Selected in the first round (No. 10) of the 1994 NFL Draft by the Arizona Cardinals and went on to earn All-Pro honors with the Cleveland Browns.

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#3

#70

#80

Chad played on the Bruin offensive line in 1994-95-96-97 … Earned All-America acclaim at tackle from the Associated Press, The Sporting News and Football Writers Assn. of America as a senior … He started in 42 of his 46 career games, including the last 30 in a row … 1997 season captain … Played guard, tackle and center during his career … Selected in the seventh round of the 1998 NFL draft by the Chicago Bears … Also was a member of the Seattle Seahawks and the Houston Texans.

#69 VAUGHN PARKER

RAHIM MOORE

#3

Rahim has started all 25 games of his career (2008-09) at free safety ... Earned first-team All-America honors from Scout. com and second-team from AP and Walter Camp in 2009 ... Led the nation with his 10 interceptions in 2009, the most by an NCAA FBS player since 2003 ... His total was one shy of the UCLA season record, set by All-American Carlton Gray in 1991 ... Enters his junior season already ranked No. 7 (tied) with 13 career interceptions and is a definite threat to break the school record of 19, held by three-time consensus AllAmerican Kenny Easley.

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KEN NORTON, JR.

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Ken played linebacker in 1984-85-86-87 … Earned All-America honors in 1987 … Team’s leading tackler in ’86 (106 stops) and in ’87 (125) … Finalist for the Butkus Award in ’87 … Defensive MVP in ’87 … Twice named outstanding defensive player of the USC game … Team went 36-10-2 in his four seasons … Selected in the second round of the ’88 NFL draft by the Cowboys … Played for Dallas in 1988-93 and with the 49ers from 1994-2000 … Only player in NFL history to play on three consecutive Super Bowl champions (’93 and ’94 with Dallas, ’95 with San Francisco).

Al played offensive tackle in the 1972 and 73 seasons … Named an All-American in 1973 … Transferred to UCLA from Cerritos College … Started 10 games as a senior in 1973 … Helped clear the way for running back Kermit Johnson who ran for 1,129 yards that season and set seven school marks … Team went 9-2 in 1973 and was ranked 12th in the final AP poll … Started three games in 1972 … The Bruins defeated No. 1-ranked Nebraska in 1972 to open the season and went on to post an 8-3 record … Selected in the third round of the 1974 NFL draft by the Los Angeles Rams.

CHAD OVERHAUSER

DONN MOOMAW

Donn played linebacker in 1950-51-52 … Named an All-American in 1950 and a consensus All-American in 1952 … UCLA’s first two-time All-American … Team posted a 19-7-1 record in his three seasons … Twice named team MVP in ’50 and ’52 … Co-captain in 1952 … Fourth in the Heisman Trophy balloting in 1952 … Had his jersey number retired … National Football Foundation Hall of Fame member … A first-round draft choice by the Los Angeles Rams in 1953.

Jonathan played offensive tackle in 1992-93-94-95 … Earned consensus All-America honors in 1995 … Twice selected All-Pac-10 (1994-95) … A four-year starter at left tackle … Winner of 1995 Outland Trophy … Runner-up for Lombardi Award … Did not allow a sack as a senior and just one in his final two years … Moved into the starting lineup midway through his true freshman season and was a fixture for the rest of his career … Selected in the first round (No. 4 overall) by the Baltimore Ravens in the 1996 NFL Draft and earned AllRookie honors … Selected to play in 11 Pro Bowls … Played in the 2001 Super Bowl … Retired on June 12, 2008 after 12 NFL seasons … His UCLA jersey was retired in Feb. of 1997 … Also an NCAA champion (1996) shot putter.

AL OLIVER

FREDDIE MITCHELL

Played wide receiver in 1998-99-00 … Earned All-America honors in his junior season (2000) … One of three finalists for the Biletnikoff Award … Set a UCLA season record with 1,494 receiving yards in 2000, including a Bruin bowl record 180 in the Sun Bowl … The 1,494 receiving yards were the fifth-most in Pac-10 single-season history … Ranked second nationally that season with his average of 119.45 receiving yards per game … During his career, he made 119 receptions (No. 10) for 2,135 yards, fifth-most in school history, and 10 touchdowns … Also threw four touchdown passes … Selected in the first round (No. 25 overall) of the 2001 NFL Draft by the Philadelphia Eagles … Played in the 2005 Super Bowl.

Played offensive guard and tackle in 1990-91-92-93 … Earned All-America honors in 1993 … All-Pac-10 in 1993 … Sophomore All-American in 1991 … Set UCLA record by starting 46 consecutive games — every game of his career … Started his career at left tackle and shifted to left guard midway through 1992 season … Started at guard, center and tackle as a senior … Selected in the fifth round of the 1994 NFL Draft by the Saints … Also a member of the Denver Broncos.

Vaughn played offensive tackle in 1990-91-92-93 … One of UCLA’s few four-year starters … Earned All-America honors in 1993 … One of just seven Bruins to earn first-team AllPac-10 acclaim three times (1991-92-93) since the advent of two-platoon football in the early 1960s … Second-team All-American in 1992 … Started 43 games, including the final 32 of his career … Selected in the second round of the 1994 NFL Draft by the San Diego Chargers … Played in the 1995 Super Bowl … Played 11 years in the NFL with Chargers and Washington Redskins.

ROMAN PHIFER

#40

Roman played linebacker in 1987-88-90 … Earned All-America honors in 1990 … Selected All-Pac-10 in 1990 … Ranked third on the team with 71 tackles … Led team with nine tackles for losses … Selected in the second round of the 1991 NFL Draft by the Los Angeles Rams … Also played with the New York Jets … Was a member of three Super Bowl championship teams, ’02, ’04 and ’05, with the New England Patriots ... Now an assistant coach with the Denver Broncos.


ALL-AMERICAN Bruins BRIAN PRICE

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Brian was a two-year starter and three-year contributor at defensive tackle (2007-08-09) ...As a junior in 2009, he earned first-team All-America honors from the AFCA and SI.com ... Named 2009 Pac-10 Conference Pat Tillman Defensive Player of the Year ... Selected UCLA’s defensive MVP ... Ranked No. 3 (tied) in NCAA and No. 1 in Pac-10 with 23.5 tackles for loss in 2009 ...That total ranks No. 2 in UCLA history ... Also ranks No. 2 at UCLA with 44.5 career TFL, all in his final 29 games ... Semifinalist for the Bednarik Award for nation’s top defensive player in ’09 ... Selected in the second round of the 2010 NFL Draft by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

CHRIS SAILER

#2

Served as the Bruin punter in 1995-96-97-98 and the punter/ place kicker in 1997-98 … One of three finalists for the Lou Groza Award as the nation’s top place kicker in 1997 when he made 15 straight field goals during the season … Earned All-America acclaim as both a punter and place kicker in 1997 … Set a school record with a 56-yard field goal vs. Oregon in 1997 … Concluded his career ranked fourth (now seventh) in school history in field goals (33), fifth (now ninth) in punting average (41.99) and seventh (now 12th) in scoring (213 points) … Set school records for punts (241) and yardage (10,120) which have since been broken … One of just four players in school history to score over 100 points in a season twice.

FLOYD REESE

Floyd played defensive tackle and middle guard in 1967-68-69 … Started in 28 of his 30 career games … Earned All-America honors in 1969 … Named Rookie of the Year in 1967 and team MVP in 1969 … 1969 tri-captain and keyed one of UCLA’s all-time best defenses … Longtime general manager of the Tennessee Titans ... Has worked on NFL coverage for ESPN ... Now an executive in the front office of the New England Patriots.

JIM SALSBURY

Jim was a rare four-year letterwinner who played guard in 195152-53-54 … Earned All-American honors in 1954 … Named All-Coast in 1952 and 1954 … An outstanding and dominating blocker … A big reason the 1954 national champions averaged over 40 points per game … Team posted 30-6-1 record in his four seasons … Went on to play for the Detroit Lions and the Green Bay Packers from 1955-58.

#74 #64 JOHN RICHARDSON

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John played defensive line in the 1964-65-66 seasons … Named an All-American in 1966 … Started all 10 games in 1966 for a team that finished fifth in the AP rankings and posted a 9-1 record … Only one opponent scored more than 16 points against the Bruins that season … At 254 pounds, he was the largest defensive lineman, to date, in school history … Named a second-team All-American following the 1965 season in which he started each game,including the 1966 Rose Bowl win,UCLA’s first bowl victory, over No.1-ranked Michigan State … Played both sides of the ball during the 1964 season … Selected in the ninth round of the 1967 NFL draft by the Miami Dolphins … Played with the Dolphins from 1967-71 and from 1972-73 with the Cardinals … Was a member of the Dolphins’ 1972 Super Bowl championship team.

JOHN SCIARRA

#15

John played quarterback in 1972-73-74-75 … Named a consensus All-American in 1975 … 1973 Leadership award winner … Team Offensive MVP in 1974-75 … 1975 tri-captain … Led Bruins to a win in the 1976 Rose Bowl over top-ranked Ohio State and was named Player of the Game … Ranks ninth in career total offense (4,464 yards), 20th in career passing (148 completions) and 19th in rushing (1,813 yards) … Finished seventh in the 1975 Heisman Trophy balloting … Team went 32-10-3 in his four seasons … NCAA Post-Graduate scholarship winner … National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete … NCAA Top 10 award winner … Played in the Canadian Football League and with the Philadelphia Eagles from 1978-83 … Member of the 1981 Eagles Super Bowl team.

JERRY ROBINSON

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Jerry played linebacker in 1976-77-78 after lettering as a receiver in 1975 … First Bruin to earn consensus All-American honors in three straight years (1976-77-78) and the nation’s first since Doak Walker of SMU in 1947-48-49 … Led team in tackles in 1977-78 … Still holds the UCLA record for career tackles (468) and ranks one, two and three on the season list … Finished 10th in the 1978 Heisman Trophy balloting … His No. 84 has been retired … 1979 first-round draft choice by Philadelphia … Played for the Eagles in the 1981 Super Bowl and enjoyed a 13-year NFL career with the Eagles and Raiders … Inducted into the UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame in 1991 … Inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in December 1996.

LUIS SHARPE

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LARRY SLAGLE

DON ROGERS

#7

Don played safety in 1980-81-82-83 … Named consensus AllAmerican in 1983 … Team leader in tackles in three straight seasons and ranks No. 2 with 405 career tackles … Ranks fourth (tied) with 14 career interceptions … Selected co-Player of the Game in the 1983 Rose Bowl … Chosen outstanding player of the 1983 USC game … Named Defensive MVP of the 1983 season … Appeared in two straight Rose Bowl games and was credited with 16 tackles and two interceptions … Team posted 33-11-3 record in his four seasons … First-round selection by Cleveland in the 1984 NFL draft … Played with the Browns in 1984-85.

Played offensive tackle for the Bruins in 1978-79-80-81 … Named All-American in 1981 … UCLA’s Rookie of the Year for the 1978 season … Team Offensive MVP and Leadership award winner in 1981 … Played on two bowl teams, Fiesta (1978) and Bluebonnet (1981) … First-round pick (No. 16 overall) of the St. Louis Cardinals in the 1982 NFL draft … Played with the Cardinals in 1982-84 and again in 1985-94 ... Three-time Pro Bowl selection.

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Larry played offensive line in the 1965-66-67 seasons … Named an All-American in the 1967 season … Co-captain of the 1967 Bruin team which featured HeismanTrophy winner Gary Beban … Earned honorable mention all-conference honors in 1966 … Started for most of the ’65 season and was a member of the ’66 Rose Bowl winning Bruin team…Team went 24-5-2 in his three seasons … Selected in the 11th round of the ’68 NFL draft by the St. Louis Cardinals … Played from 1968-71 in the Canadian Football League for Winnipeg.

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ALL-AMERICAN Bruins MATTHEW SLATER

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Earned two letters (2006 and 2007) and was a member of the squad for four seasons (2004-05-06-07) ... As a senior, he earned first-team All-America honors as a kick returner from SI.com ... Enjoyed a spectacular season returning three kickoffs for touchdowns ... Led the Pac-10 and ranked 12th in the NCAA with his average of 29.00 yards on 34 kickoff returns ... His season average set a new school record, as did his 986 return yards and his 34 returns (both since broken) ...Scored on kickoff returns of 85 (Washington), 100 (at Arizona) and 89 yards (Arizona State) ... The three touchdowns set UCLA records for a season and a career ... His 986 return yards rank fifth on UCLA’s career list as well as No. 3 on the season list ...Also made 25 tackles, mostly on special teams coverage units ...Played both defensive back (2006-07) and wide receiver (2004-05) during his career, and blossomed on special teams as a senior ... Selected in the fifth round of the 2008 NFL Draft by the New England Patriots.

ALTERRAUN VERNER

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DICK WALLEN

Dick played end for three seasons from 1956-57-58 … He was named a consensus All-American in 1957 … Team MVP in the 1957 season … Led the team in pass receiving for three straight years … Led the team in interceptions in 1957 and in scoring in 1958 … Made a then-school record 10 catches in a game vs. Florida in 1958.

AL SPARLIS

Al played guard in 1941-42-45 … Named an All-American following the 1945 season … Starter on UCLA’s first Rose Bowl team in 1943 … Returned to UCLA after a three-year stint in the U.S. Air Force … Named team MVP in ’45 … Inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 1983 ... Was a pilot in three wars and earned 11 military campaign medals.

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KENNY WASHINGTON

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J.J. STOKES

#18

J.J. played wide receiver in 1991-92-93-94 … Earned consensus All-America honors as a junior in ’93 … Seventh in the Heisman Trophy balloting in 1993 … Finalist for Football News Offensive Player of the Year award … 1993 Pac-10 Conference Offensive Player of the Year … Set a school record with 82 catches in 1993 … His 17 touchdown passes established a school record and tied the conference mark … Set a Rose Bowl game record in 1994 contest with 14 catches for 176 yards … Ranks No. 1 at UCLA with 28 career touchdown receptions, No. 4 in yardage (2,469) and No. 4 in receptions (154) … Selected in first round (No. 10) of the 1995 NFL Draft by the 49ers … Played with Jacksonville and the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots in 2003.

ROBERT THOMAS

#8

#13

#32

Played middle linebacker in 1998-99-00-01 … Earned consensus All-America honors as a senior (2001) … One of three finalists for the Butkus Award, presented annually to the nation’s top linebacker … Selected Pacific-10 Conference Defensive Player of the Year by the league’s coaches … Set a school record with 26.0 tackles for loss in 2001 and finished his career with 41 tackles for loss, now No. 6 on the career list … Led UCLA with 111 tackles and his average of 10.1 tackles per game ranked No. 1 in the Pac-10 … Ranks 13th on career tackles list with 293 … Made 18 tackles vs. Washington State as a senior in 2001 … Selected in the first round of the 2002 NFL draft by the St. Louis Rams ... Also played with the Raiders and Redskins.

ERIC TURNER

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Eric played free safety at UCLA 1987-88-89-90 … Earned AllAmerica honors in ’90 … Jim Thorpe Award semifinalist in ’90 … Selected UCLA’s defensive MVP … Three-year starter (1988-90) … Led team in tackles in ’90 (93) and ranked second in ’89 (141) … Led team in interceptions in ’90 … Fifth in career tackles (369); fourth (tied) in interceptions (14) … First-team Freshman All-American (1987) and Sophomore All-American (1988) … No. 2 selection in the 1991 NFL Draft by the Cleveland Browns … Played with the Browns/Ravens from 1991-96 and with the Oakland Raiders from 1997-99 ... Inducted into the UCLA Hall of Fame in 2008.

Kenny played halfback in 1937-38-39 … UCLA’s first football All-American in 1939 … Team MVP in ’37 and ’39 … National total offense leader with 1,370 yards in ’39 … Career rushing total of 1,915 yards was a UCLA record which stood for 34 years (still No. 16) … His No. 13 jersey was the first to be retired at UCLA … Inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 1956 … Played for the L.A. Rams in 1946-48, breaking the NFL color barrier that had stood since 1934.

SHAUN WILLIAMS

Played safety in 1994-95-96-97 … Earned All-America honors in his senior season ... Three-year starter … Named to the 1997 first-team all-conference team … Ranked among the team’s top three tacklers in the 1995-97 seasons … Tied for the team tackle lead in 1997 … Rated as the nation’s top free safety by The Sporting News … Named Outstanding Defender in the 1996 USC game … First-round selection of the New York Giants in the 1998 NFL draft … Played in the 2001 Super Bowl ... Played nine seasons in the NFL.

TIM WRIGHTMAN

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#29

Alterraun was a three-year starter and four-year contributor (2006-07-08-09) at defensive back ... Earned first-team All-America honors from Rivals.com ... The epitome of the student-athlete, on-and-off the field ... Scored five touchdowns in his career - four interceptions and a blocked field goal return, tying school record for defensive TDs ... Made 37 starts at cornerback ... His 13 career interceptions rank No. 7 (tied) on that UCLA list ... Made 279 career tackles to rank No. 19 on that chart ...Twice named first-team Pac-10 All-Academic and second team once ... Selected in the fourth round of the 2010 NFL Draft by the Tennessee Titans.

Tim played tight end in 1978-79-80-81 … Named consensus All-American in 1981 … Named All-Pac-10 in 1980-81 … UCLA’s Rookie of the Year in 1978 … Leading receiver in 1979 … Winner of the team All-Around Excellence award in 1979 and 1981 … Finished his Bruin career as the No. 2 all-time receiver with 73 catches … Named to the 1981 Academic All-American team … Third-round selection of the Bears in the 1982 NFL draft … Member of the 1986 Chicago Bears Super Bowl team … Played in the United States Football League (first member of the Chicago Blitz) and then with the Bears again in 1985-87… Inducted into the UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame in 2003.


UCLA & the Heisman Trophy Drew Olson finished eighth in the 2005 Heisman Trophy voting after a senior season that saw him finish No. 5 in the nation in passing efficiency (161.60) and No. 2 nationally in touchdown passes (34). His 301.3 passing efficiency rating in the 2005 Arizona State game (27 att., 22 comp., 510 yards, 0 int., 5 tds) set a Pac-10 Conference record.

Drew Olson - 8th, 2005

Cade McNown - 3rd, 1998

Gary Beban - Winner, 1967

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Troy Aikman - 3rd, 1988

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GARY BEBAN — 1967 HEISMAN TROPHY WINNER PASSING 1967 Opponent Tennessee at Pittsburgh at Washington State at Penn State California at Stanford Oregon State Washington at USC Syracuse Totals

PA 20 10 14 16 14 7 18 22 24 11 156

RUSHING 1967 Opponent Tennessee at Pittsburgh at Washington State at Penn State California at Stanford Oregon State Washington at USC Syracuse Totals

Att 21 13 10 19 13 21 16 7 16 9 145

PC 9 5 7 10 10 3 10 14 16 3 87

Pct .450 .500 .500 .625 .714 .429 .555 .636 .667 .273 .558

Net Yds 72 15 10 1 51 81 21 44 -59 -9 227

PI 2 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 8

Tds 2 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 0 0 11

BEBAN’S CAREER PASSING Year 1967 1966 1965 Totals

PA 156 157 152 465

PC 87 78 78 243

Pct .558 .497 .513 .523

Yds 1,359 1,245 1,484 4,087

BEBAN’S CAREER RUSHING Year 1967 1966 1965 Totals

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Att 145 123 194 462

Net Yds 227 454 590 1,271

Tds 11 10 14 35

TD 8 6 9 23

Yds 107 69 128 108 133 50 157 289 301 17 1,359

Tds 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 3 2 0 8

BEBAN NOTES . . . • 1967 Heisman Trophy winner • 1967 Maxwell Award winner • 1967 Columbus Touchdown Club Player of the Year • 1967 Washington, D.C. Touchdown Club Player of the Year • 1967 National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete • 1967 Unanimous All-American • 1967 First-team All-AAWU • 1966 Fourth-place finisher in Heisman Trophy voting • 1966 First-team All-AAWU • 1965 Third-team All-American • 1965 First-team All-AAWU • Led team to a record of 24-5-2 in his three varsity seasons


UCLA Award Winners

TROY AIKMAN — 1988 DAVEY O’BRIEN NATIONAL QUARTERBACK AWARD WINNER 1988 STATISTICS Opponent San Diego State Nebraska Long Beach State at Washington Oregon State at California at Arizona Washington State at Oregon Stanford USC Arkansas (Cotton Bowl) Totals

PA 18 22 25 26 36 32 29 44 23 24 48 27 354

PC 14 13 17 16 24 21 20 27 12 13 32 19 228

Pct .778 .591 .680 .615 .667 .656 .690 .614 .522 .542 .667 .704 .644

PI 0 1 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 9

Yds 163 205 272 175 288 322 283 325 114 135 317 172 2,771

Tds 3 3 3 1 4 2 3 1 1 0 2 1 24

Lg 43 57 69 48 30 52 55 33 20 27 26 35 69

AIKMAN’S CAREER PASSING NUMBERS 1988 1987 Totals

PA 354 273 627

PC 228 178 406

Pct .644 .652 .648

PI 9 8 17

Yds 2,771 2,527 5,298

Tds 24 17 41

AIKMAN NOTES . . .

• No. 1 selection in 1989 NFL Draft (Dallas) • 1988 Davey O’Brien National Quarterback Award winner (UCLA’s first) • 1988 Quarterback Club of Washington, D.C. National Quarterback Award winner • 1988 Third-place finisher in Heisman Trophy voting • One of three 1988 finalists for AFCA “Coaches Choice” Player of the Year • 1988 Consensus All-American (UPI, Walter Camp Foundation, The Sporting News, Football News) • 1988 UPI West Coast Player of the Year • 1987 Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year • 1987 Second-team All-American • Led team to 20-4 record in two years • Played 12 seasons for the Dallas Cowboys, leading them to three Super Bowl championships

Troy Aikman and former Cotton Bowl president Jim Brock

CADE McNOWN — 1998 JOHNNY UNITAS GOLDEN ARM AWARD WINNER 1998 STATISTICS Opponent PA Texas 30 at Houston 32 Washington State 27 at Arizona 24 Oregon 36 at California 27 Stanford 31 at Oregon State 37 at Washington 24 USC 20 at Miami 35 Wisconsin (Rose Bowl) 34 Totals 357

PC 20 17 14 10 20 15 19 23 12 12 26 19 207

Pct .667 .531 .519 .417 .556 .556 .613 .622 .500 .600 .743 .559 .580

PI 1 1 1 0 2 0 2 1 0 2 0 1 11

Yds 339 315 205 171 395 182 254 377 233 146 513 340 3,470

Tds 3 1 1 2 3 2 1 4 0 1 5 2 25

Lg 79 61 51 64 60 35 53 61 61 42 77 44 79

McNOWN’S CAREER PASSING NUMBERS

Cade McNown with Johnny Unitas

1998 1997 1996 1995 Totals

PA 357 312 336 245 1,250

PC 207 189 176 122 694

Pct .580 .606 .524 .498 .555

PI 11 6 16 8 41

Yds 3,470 3,116 2,424 1,698 10,708

Tds 25 24 12 7 68

McNOWN NOTES . . .

• No. 12 selection in 1999 NFL Draft (Chicago Bears) • 1998 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award winner (UCLA’s first) • 1998 Quarterback Club of Washington, D.C. National Quarterback Award winner • 1998 Third-place Heisman Trophy finisher • 1998 First-Team All-American (Kodak, Associated Press) • 1998 Pop Warner Award winner (top player on West Coast) • 1998 Pac-10 Offensive co-Player of the Year • Led team to a school-record 20 consecutive victories during the ’97 and ’98 seasons • Finished his career ranked No. 1 in total offense (11,285 yards) and No. 3 in career passing yards (10,708) in the Pac-10 Conference • UCLA career leader in total offense (11,285 yards), passing yards (10,708), touchdown passes (68), completions (694) and attempts (1,250) • UCLA season leader in total offense (3,652 yards) and passing yards (3,470) • UCLA single-game leader in total offense (515 yards), passing yards (513) and touchdown passes (5) • Bruins went 32-15 in his four seasons

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UCLA Award Winners

JONATHAN OGDEN — 1995 OUTLAND TROPHY WINNER OGDEN NOTES ...

• Member of ’01 Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens • 11-time Pro Bowl NFL lineman • In 1997, became the eighth Bruin to have his jersey retired • No. 4 selection in 1996 NFL Draft (Baltimore) • 1995 Outland Trophy Winner (UCLA’s first) • 1995 Columbus Touchdown Club Lineman of the Year • 1995 UPI Lineman of the Year • 1995 Morris Trophy Winner • 1995 Rotary Lombardi Award runner-up • 1995 Unanimous First-team All-American (AFCA, AP, Walter Camp,UPI, Football News, College Sports,The Sporting News, College & Pro Football Newsweekly, Football Writers Assn. of America) • 1995 First-team All-Pac-10 • UCLA’s Red Sanders Award for Most Valuable Player - 1995 • In 1995, led UCLA to its Highest Rushing Average (4.7) since 1976 • 1994 Third-team All-American • 1994 First-team All-Pac-10 • 1993 Second-team Sophomore All-American • 1992 First-team Freshman All-American

Jonathan Ogden and former UCLA head coach Terry Donahue

KRIS FARRIS — 1998 OUTLAND TROPHY WINNER FARRIS NOTES ...

• 1998 Outland Trophy Winner • 1998 First-team All-American (Walter Camp Football Foundation, Associated Press, Football Writers Association of America, The Sporting News, Football News, College & Pro Football Newsweekly, Football Digest) • One of 12 semi-finalists for the Rotary Lombardi Award • Led UCLA to its second-highest rushing average (4.5) since 1986 • Did not allow a sack during his junior season on a unit that allowed just 10 during the regular season • Third-round selection (No. 74) in 1999 NFL Draft (Pittsburgh Steelers); Also was a member of the Buffalo Bills and the Atlanta Falcons • Bruins went 25-10 during his three seasons • Earned his MBA from UCLA’s Anderson School of Business in June 2009

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UCLA Award Winners

MARCEDES LEWIS — 2005 JOHN MACKEY AWARD WINNER LEWIS NOTES ...

• No. 28 selection in first round of 2006 NFL Draft (Jacksonville) • 2005 John Mackey Award Winner (UCLA’s first) • 2005 first-team All-American by FWAA, Walter Camp, Sporting News • 2005 first-team All-Pac-10 Conference selection • Set school single-season tight end records for receptions (58), receiving yards (741) and touchdown receptions (10) • Set UCLA career tight end records for receptions (126), receiving yards (1,571) and touchdown receptions (21) • No. 2 in UCLA history in career touchdown receptions (21) • No. 8 on UCLA all-time receptions list (126) • Played in 2006 Senior Bowl • 2004 John Mackey Award finalist (one of three) Years 2002 2003 2004 2005 Totals

No 6 30 32 58 126

Yds 51 377 402 741 1,571

Avg 8.5 12.6 12.6 12.8 12.5

TD 1 3 7 10 21

Lg 16 38 29 40 40

Career Highs Receptions: 11 vs. Arizona, 2005 Receiving Yards: 131 vs. Arizona, 2005, San Diego State, 2005 Receiving Touchdowns: 3 vs. Arizona, 2004

Marcedes Lewis with John Mackey

KAI FORBATH - 2009 LOU GROZA AWARD WINNER FORBATH NOTES ...

• 2009 Lou Groza Award Winner (UCLA’s first) • 2009 first-team All-American by AFCA, Walter Camp, Sporting News, FWAA, Phil Steele, Rivals.com • 2009 first-team All-Pac-10 Conference selection • Enters his senior year with the highest career kicking percentage (.867) in school history • Enters senior year ranked No. 2 in career field goals (72) and has made 41 of his last 44 kicks (.932) • Led the nation in field goals per game in 2009 (2.15) • Tied NCAA record for best Fg% in under-40 yard kicks (19-19, 2009) • Made 28 of 31 field goal attempts and 24 of 25 PATs for 108 points in 2009 • No. 2 in UCLA single-season field goals • No. 1 in UCLA career field goals of 50 or more yards • Enters senior year with 37 straight field goal successes inside 50 yards

Years 2007 2008 2009 Totals

Total 25-30 19-22 28-31 72-83

1-19 0-0 2-2 0-0 2-2

20-29 7-9 6-7 8-8 21-24

30-39 8-8 6-7 11-11 25-26

40-49 5-8 4-5 6-6 15-19

50+ 5-5 1-1 3-6 9-12

Lg 54 53 53 54

PAT 30-30 21-22 24-25 75-77

PT 105 78 108 291

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UCLA’s Retired Jerseys #5 KENNY EASLEY

#34 PAUL CAMERON

#84 JERRY ROBINSON

Played free safety for UCLA from 1977-1980 and started from the second game of his freshman year… Only the second three-time consensus All-American in UCLA and Pac-10 history (1978-80) … First and only defensive four-time first-team All-Pac-10 player in league history (1977-80) … Ranks first on UCLA career interception list with 19 and fourth in career tackles with 374 … Also ranks ninth in career punt returns (45) … 1981 first-round draft choice of Seattle Seahawks (No. 4 pick) … AFC Defensive Player of the Year in 1984 … Played in five Pro Bowls and was All-Pro four times … Inducted into the UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame in 1991 … Inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in December 1991.

Starting tailback in 1951-53 … Consensus All- American in 1953 and All-Conference from 1951-53 … Led team in passing and total offense three times and rushing twice … Ranks ninth on UCLA’s career touchdown passes list (25), 14th on career total offense list (3,332 yards) and 23rd on the career passing list with 141 completions—good for 1,881 yards … Ranks 29th in career rushing with 1,451 yards … Finished third in the 1953 Heisman Trophy balloting; sixth in 1952 … Charter member of UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame.

Starting linebacker for UCLA from 1976-78 and a reserve receiver in 1975 … The nation’s first three-time consensus All-American since SMU’s Doak Walker in 1947-49 and the first ever in Pac-10 and UCLA history (1976-78) … All-Conference from 1976-78 … 1979 first-round draft choice of Philadelphia Eagles (21st pick) … Played in the 1981 Super Bowl … Enjoyed a 13-year NFL career with the Eagles and the Raiders … Ranks first on UCLA career tackles list with 468 and first (161), second (159) and third (147) on the singleseason list … Inducted into the UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame in 1991 … Inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in December 1996.

#13 KENNY WASHINGTON Played halfback for UCLA from 1937-1939 … Named UCLA’s first All-American in 1939 … All-Conference in 1939 … Inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 1956, the first UCLA player so honored … Ranks 16th on UCLA career rushing list with 1,915 yards (he ranked first from 1939 through 1972) and 16th in total offense with 3,206 yards … Led the team in passing and rushing three straight seasons … Charter member of the UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame … Played for the L.A. Rams in 1946-48, breaking the NFL color barrier that had stood since 1934.

#16 GARY BEBAN UCLA’s starting quarterback from 1965-67 … Only UCLA player to win HeismanTrophy (1967) … Consensus All-American in 1967 … All-Conference in 1965-67 … Inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 1988 … Ranks ninth in UCLA career passing with 4,087 yards and sixth in career total offense with 5,358 yards … Ranks fifth in school history with 35 career touchdowns scored and 11th in scoring (214 points) … Led the team in passing and total offense from 1965-67 … Charter member of UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame.

#38 BURR BALDWIN Played offensive end for UCLA in 1941, 1942 and 1946 … First UCLA consensus All-American in 1946 when he led team in receiving … Seventh in the 1946 Heisman Trophy balloting … 1946 team MVP and co-captain ... Played in UCLA’s first two Rose Bowls .... Starter on UCLA’s first regular-season unbeaten team (1946) ... Inducted into the UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame in 1986.

#79 JONATHAN OGDEN Four-year starter at offensive tackle in 1992-93-94-95 … Consensus All-American in 1995 … Two-time AllPac-10 selection (1994-95) … 1995 Outland Trophy winner … 1996 first round draft choice of the Baltimore Ravens (#4 overall) and earned All-Rookie team honors … 11-time NFL Pro Bowl lineman … Played in the 2001 Super Bowl … 1996 NCAA indoor shot put champion.

#80 DONN MOOMAW Starting linebacker/center for UCLA from 1950-52 … Earned All-American honors in 1950 and consensus honors in 1952 … All-Conference from 1950-52 … Finished fourth in the 1952 HeismanTrophy balloting … Inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 1973 … 1952 Academic All-American … First round draft choice of Los Angeles Rams in 1953 NFL Draft … Charter member of UCLAAthletic Hall of Fame and the GTE Academic All-America Hall of Fame.

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Jonathan Ogden

Donn Moomaw


ALL-CONFERENCE/ ALL-COAST Honorees 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1938 1939 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1949 1950 1951 1952

1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966

Leonard Wellendorf, e Homer Oliver, c Lee Coats, c Verdi Boyer, g Chuck Cheshire, h; Sherman Chavoor, c John Ryland, c Woody Strode, e; Kenny Washington, h Bob Waterfield, q; Jack Lescoulie, g Don Malmberg, t John Roesch, h Al Sparlis, g; Cal Rossi, h Burr Baldwin, e; Don Malmberg, t; Ernie Case, q; Don Paul, c; Bill Chambers, t Tom Fears, e; Mike Dimitro, g; Don Paul, c; Bill Chambers, t Bob Wilkinson, e; Ernie Johnson, h Bob Wilkinson, e; Donn Moomaw, lb; Breck Stroschein, t Donn Moomaw, lb; Paul Cameron, h; Hal Mitchell, t; Ernie Stockert, e Donn Moomaw, lb; Paul Cameron, h; Ernie Stockert, e; Ed Flynn, g; Ike Jones, e; Chuck Doud, t; Jack Ellena, t; Myron Berliner, e; Jim Salsbury, g; Bill Stits, f Chuck Doud, t; Jack Ellena, t; Paul Cameron, h Jack Ellena, t; Jim Salsbury, g; Bob Davenport, fb; Primo Villanueva, h; Bob Long, e; Sam Boghosian, g Sam Brown, h; Hardiman Cureton, g; Steve Palmer, c; Bob Davenport, fb; Rommie Loudd, e; Jim Brown, g Esker Harris, g; Jim Matheny, c Dick Wallen, e; Bill Leeka, t Bill Leeka, t Ray Smith, fb; Harry Baldwin, c Bill Kilmer, h; Marv Luster, e; Jack Metcalf, g; Steve Bauwens, t; Marshall Shirk, t Ron Hull, c; Bobby Smith, h Kermit Alexander, h; Andy Von Sonn, c Mel Profit, e Kurt Altenberg, e; Russ Banducci, g; Kent Francisco, ot Kurt Altenberg, e; Russ Banducci, t; Gary Beban, qb; Jim Colletto, e; Mel Farr, h; John Richardson, g; Bob Stiles, h Gary Beban, qb; Rich Deakers, g; Mel Farr, h; Don Manning, lb; John Richardson, g

Paul Bergmann

1967 1968 1969

1970 1971 1972 1973

1974 1975 1976

1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986

Duval Love

Zenon Andrusyshyn, p-pk; Gary Beban, qb; John Erquiaga, c; Mark Gustafson, dhb; Don Manning, lb; Dennis Murphy, g; Larry Slagle, t Larry Agajanian, dt; Mark Gustafson, dhb Dennis Alumbaugh, og; Mike Ballou, lb; Gordon Bosserman, ot; Ron Carver, dhb; Gwen Cooper, oe; Wes Grant, de; Greg Jones, ohb; Floyd Reese, dt Dave Dalby, c; Bob Pifferini, lb; Tim Oesterling, dt Dave Dalby, c; Bob Christiansen, oe Bruce Barnes, p; Allan Ellis, db; Kermit Johnson, rb; Steve Klosterman, og; James McAlister, rb; Fred McNeill, de; Bruce Walton, ot Jimmy Allen, db; James Bright, db; Kermit Johnson, rb; Ed Kezirian, ot; Steve Klosterman, og; Fulton Kuykendall, lb; Fred McNeill, de; John Nanoski, db; Al Oliver, ot; Cal Peterson, de Norm Andersen, se; Gene Clark, ot; Fulton Kuykendall, lb John Sciarra, qb; Randy Cross, g; Phil McKinnely, g; Cliff Frazier, ng Levi Armstrong, db; Theotis Brown, rb; Frank Corral, k; Jeff Dankworth, qb; Oscar Edwards, db; Mitch Kahn, c; Jerry Robinson, lb; Manu Tuiasosopo, dt; Wendell Tyler, rb; Rick Walker, te Levi Armstrong, db; Gus Coppens, ot; Kenny Easley, s; Jerry Robinson, lb; Manu Tuiasosopo, dt Peter Boermeester, pk; Theotis Brown, rb; Kenny Easley, s; Jerry Robinson, lb; Manu Tuiasosopo, ng Kenny Easley, s; Freeman McNeil, tb Kenny Easley, s; Irv Eatman, dt; Avon Riley, lb; Tim Wrightman, te; Larry Lee, og; Freeman McNeil, tb Cormac Carney, se; Irv Eatman, dt; Luis Sharpe, ot; Tim Wrightman, te Cormac Carney, se; Karl Morgan, ng; Tom Ramsey, qb Paul Bergmann, te; Neal Dellocono, olb; Duval Love, ot; Kevin Nelson, tb; Don Rogers, s; Lupe Sanchez, cb; Mike Sherrard, se Kevin Buenafe, p; John Lee, pk; Duval Love, ot; Tommy Taylor, ilb Mike Hartmeier, og; John Lee, pk; Tommy Taylor, ilb; Terry Tumey, ng; Mark Walen, dt Gaston Green, tb; Craig Rutledge, s; Terry Tumey, ng

Manu Tuiasosopo

1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Troy Aikman, qb; Gaston Green, tb; Carnell Lake, olb; Ken Norton, Jr., ilb; David Richards, ot; Terry Tumey, ng; Alfredo Velasco, pk Troy Aikman, qb; Frank Cornish, c; Darryl Henley, cb; Chance Johnson, ilb; Carnell Lake, olb Kirk Maggio, p Eric Turner, s; Roman Phifer, olb Matt Darby, s; Sean LaChapelle, wr;Vaughn Parker, ot Carlton Gray, cb;Vaughn Parker, ot Marvin Goodwin, ss; Bjorn Merten, pk; Jamir Miller, olb; Craig Novitsky, og;Vaughn Parker, ot; Darren Schager, p; J.J. Stokes, se Donnie Edwards, lb; Mike Flanagan, c, Jonathan Ogden, ot; Darren Schager, p Karim Abdul-Jabbar, tb; Mike Flanagan, c; Jonathan Ogden, ot Bjorn Merten, pk Skip Hicks, tb; Chad Overhauser, ot; Chris Sailer, pk; Shaun Williams, fs Larry Atkins, fs; Brendon Ayanbadejo, olb; Danny Farmer, fl; Mike Grieb, te; Andy Meyers, og; Cade McNown, qb; Shawn Stuart, c DeShaun Foster, tb; Ricky Manning, Jr., cb; Freddie Mitchell, wr Kenyon Coleman, de; Nate Fikse, p; DeShaun Foster, tb; Ricky Manning, Jr., cb; Robert Thomas, lb Nate Fikse, p; Ricky Manning, Jr., cb; Mike Saffer, ot; Mike Seidman, te Dave Ball, de; Brandon Chillar, lb Matt Clark, cb; Justin Medlock, pk Maurice Drew, kr; Marcedes Lewis, te Justin Hickman, de; Justin Medlock, pk Chris Horton, s; Matthew Slater, kr Aaron Perez, p; Brian Price, dt Reggie Carter, lb; Kai Forbath, pk; Rahim Moore, s; Brian Price, dt; Alterraun Verner, cb (First-team selections only)

Primo Villanueva

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TOP-10 Career Rushers

GASTON GREEN FREEMAN MCNEIL 1977 1978 1979 1980 Tot

TCB Yds Avg TDs 50 286 5.7 3 81 408 5.0 2 271 1,396 5.2 6 203 1,105 5.4 10 605 3,195 5.3 21

KARIM ABDUL-JABBAR 1992 1993 1994 1995 Tot

TCB Yds Avg TDs 48 124 2.6 1 54 260 4.8 1 210 1,227 5.8 4 296 1,571 5.3 12 608 3,182 5.2 17

THEOTIS BROWN 1976 1977 1978 Tot

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TCB Yds Avg TDs 200 1,092 5.5 13 115 539 4.7 5 211 1,283 6.1 6 526 2,914 5.5 24

1984 1985 1986 1987 Tot

TCB Yds Avg TDs 91 516 5.7 5 158 712 4.5 6 253 1,405 5.6 17 206 1,098 5.3 11 708 3,731 5.3 39

WENDELL TYLER 1973 1974 1975 1976 Tot

TCB Yds Avg TDs 41 246 6.0 5 96 544 5.7 2 208 1,338 6.7 4 181 1,003 5.5 9 526 3,181 6.0 20

CHRIS MARKEY 2004 2005 2006 2007 Tot

TCB Yds Avg TDs 66 350 5.3 1 110 561 5.1 3 227 1,107 4.9 2 176 715 4.1 3 579 2,733 4.7 9

DESHAUN FOSTER 1998 1999 2000 2001 Tot

SKIP HICKS

TCB Yds Avg TDs 1993 100 563 5.6 5 1994/5 56 261 4.7 4 1996 224 1,034 4.6 17 1997 258 1,282 5.0 22 Tot 638 3,140 4.9 48

KEVIN NELSON 1980 1981 1982 1983 Tot

TCB Yds Avg TDs 126 673 5.3 10 111 375 3.4 6 269 1,037 3.9 12 216 1,109 5.1 12 722 3,194 4.4 40

TCB Yds Avg TDs 101 481 4.8 4 195 883 4.5 5 90 321 3.6 4 188 898 4.8 7 574 2,583 4.5 20

MAURICE DREW 2003 2004 2005 Tot

TCB Yds Avg TDs 135 582 4.3 5 160 1,007 6.3 8 186 914 4.9 13 481 2,503 5.2 26


TOP-10 Career Passers

CADE MCNOWN

PA 1995 245 1996 336 1997 312 1998 357 Tot 1,250

DREW OLSON 2002 2003 2004 2005 Tot

PA 104 325 341 378 1,148

PC Yds TDs 53 702 3 173 2,067 10 196 2,565 20 242 3198 34 664 8,532 67

PA PC Yds TDs 37 16 273 4 148 82 1,116 9 230 134 1,793 16 336 209 2,986 21 751 441 6,168 50

WAYNE COOK 1991 1992 1993 1994 Tot

PA PC Yds TDs 0 0 0 0 13 8 155 1 297 165 2,067 18 302 179 2,501 15 612 352 4,723 34

CORY PAUS 1999 2000 2001 2002 Tot

TOMMY MADDOX

TOM RAMSEY 1979 1980 1981 1982 Tot

PC Yds TDs 122 1,698 7 176 2,424 12 189 3116 24 207 3,470 25 694 10,708 68

1990 1991 Tot

PA PC Yds TDs 327 182 2,682 17 343 209 2,681 16 670 391 5,363 33

DENNIS DUMMIT 1969 1970 Tot

PA PC Yds TDs 208 114 1,963 15 344 175 2,393 14 552 289 4,356 29

PA 197 241 194 184 816

PC Yds TDs 95 1,336 7 134 2,154 17 101 1,740 8 109 1,647 10 439 6,877 42

TROY AIKMAN 1987 1988 Tot

PA PC Yds TDs 273 178 2,527 17 354 228 2,771 24 627 406 5,298 41

GARY BEBAN 1965 1966 1967 Tot

PA PC Yds TDs 152 78 1,483 9 157 78 1,245 6 156 87 1,359 8 465 243 4,087 23

MATT STEVENS 1983 1984 1985 1986 Tot

PA PC Yds TDs 0 0 0 0 84 43 583 3 67 38 479 2 280 150 1,869 11 431 231 2,931 16

*Based on yardage

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TOP-10 Career Receivers

CRAIG BRAGG

KEVIN JORDAN 1992 1993 1994 1995 Tot

Rec Yds Avg TDs 18 150 8.3 0 45 612 13.6 2 73 1,228 16.8 7 43 558 13.0 3 179 2,548 14.2 12

J.J. STOKES 1991 1992 1993 1994 Tot

Rec Yds Avg TDs 5 55 11.0 0 41 728 17.8 7 82 1,181 14.4 17 26 505 19.4 4 154 2,469 16.0 28

MIKE SHERRARD 1982 1983 1984 1985 Tot

Rec Yds Avg TDs 2 34 17.0 1 48 709 14.8 2 43 729 17.0 4 35 513 14.7 3 128 1,965 15.4 10

Rec Yds Avg TDs 29 408 14.1 2 55 889 16.2 8 73 1,065 14.6 5 36 483 13.4 4 193 2,845 14.7 19

SEAN LACHAPELLE 1989 1990 1991 1992 Tot

Rec Yds Avg TDs 0 0 0.0 0 39 607 15.6 2 73 1,056 14.5 11 30 364 12.1 1 142 2,027 14.3 14

MARCEDES LEWIS 2002 2003 2004 2005 Tot

*Based on number of receptions

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2001 2002 2003 2004 Tot

Rec Yds Avg TDs 6 51 8.5 1 30 377 12.6 3 32 402 12.6 7 58 741 12.8 10 126 1,571 12.5 21

MIKE FARR 1986 1987 1988 1989 Tot

DANNY FARMER 1996 1997 1998 1999 Tot

Rec Yds Avg TDs 31 524 16.9 4 41 649 15.8 3 58 1,274 22.0 9 29 573 19.8 3 159 3,020 19.0 19

BRIAN POLI-DIXON 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 Tot

Rec Yds Avg TDs 4 14 3.5 0 24 294 12.3 1 66 700 10.6 0 30 471 15.7 1 124 1,497 12.1 2

Rec

Yds Avg TDs

10 149 44 712 8 101 53 750 24 415 139 2,127

14.9 16.2 12.6 14.2 17.3 15.3

2 10 1 5 2 20

FREDDIE MITCHELL 1998 1999 2000 Tot

Rec Yds Avg TDs 4 108 27.0 1 38 533 14.0 0 77 1,494 19.4 9 119 2,135 17.9 10


UCLA’S Secondary Tradition

KENNY EASLEY

•Three-time consensus AllAmerican (1978-79-80) •Ninth in 1980 Heisman voting •Fourth pick of 1981 draft •1984 AFC Defensive Player of the Year; five Pro Bowls •College Football Hall of Fame

CHRIS HORTON

•Four-year letterman (2004-07) •First-team All-American in 2007 •Led team in tackles in 2006 and was second in 2007 •7th-round selection of the Redskins in the 2008 NFL draft

CARLTON GRAY

•Four-year starter—set UCLA interception record (11 in 1991) •1992 consensus All-American •1992 Academic All-American •30th pick of 1993 NFL Draft by Seattle; eight NFL seasons •2004 UCLA Hall of Fame inductee

ALTERRAUN VERNER

•Three-year Bruin starter •3rd-team 2010 AP All-American •School record four interception returns for touchdown •4th Rd. selection in 2010 NFL Draft by Tennessee Titans •Three-time Acad. All-Conf. team

DON ROGERS

•1983 first-team All-American •Second in career tackles •18th selection in 1984 NFL draft by Cleveland Browns •1984 AFC Defensive Rookie of the Year

MATT DARBY

•Four-year Bruin starter •1991 first-team All-American •Eighth in career tackles •Fifth-round selection in 1992 NFL Draft by Buffalo Bills •Played in two Super Bowls

RICKY MANNING, JR.

•Three-time All-Pac-10 at CB •Started final 45 games of his career; made 13 interceptions •Played for Carolina in 2004 Super Bowl; Played in 2007 Super Bowl with Chicago Bears

MARQUES ANDERSON

•2001 fourth-team All-American •Made 236 career tackles •Started 32 games at UCLA •Third-round NFL pick by Green Bay; Also played with Denver, San Francisco and Oakland

ERIC TURNER

•1990 first-team All-American •No. 2 pick in 1991 NFL Draft •Fifth in career tackles •First-team All-Pro in 1994 •Played in 1995 and ’97 NFL Pro Bowls; nine NFL seasons

JAMES WASHINGTON

•Four-year Bruin starter •Sixth in career tackles and third in interceptions •Won two Super Bowls with the Dallas Cowboys •Played eight NFL seasons with Rams, Cowboys and Redskins

LARRY ATKINS

•Two-year Bruin starter •UCLA’s Most Valuable Defensive Player in 1998 •Led team in tackles in 1998 •1999 third-round selection by Kansas City Chiefs

SHAUN WILLIAMS

•Three-year Bruin starter •2nd-team All-American in 1997 •Made 68 tackles in 1997 •24th selection in 1998 NFL Draft by New York Giants •Played in 2001 Super Bowl •Played nine NFL seasons

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UCLA’S Linebacker Excellence

JERRY ROBINSON

ROBERT THOMAS

•2001 consensus All-America and Pac-10 Defensive Player of Year •2001 Butkus Award finalist •Set UCLA record with 26 tackles for losses in 2001 •First-round choice of St. Louis in the 2002 NFL draft

ROMAN PHIFER

•1990 first-team All-American •Second-round selection in 1991 by Los Angeles Rams •Started for World Champion New England Patriots in 2002, 2004 and 2005 Super Bowls

KEN NORTON JR.

•1987 first-team All-American •Second-round pick in 1988 by Dallas; played 13 years with Dallas and San Francisco •Only player to win three straight Super Bowls (1993-95) •Three-time Pro Bowl selection

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•Three-time consensus AllAmerican (1976-78) •First in career tackles •21st pick in 1979 NFL Draft •Two-time Pro Bowl selection •Played 13 years with Philadelphia and Oakland

JAMIR MILLER

•1993 consensus All-American •Butkus Award finalist •Made 12.5 QB sacks and 18 tackles for loss in 1993 •10th player selected in 1994 by Arizona Cardinals; became AllPro with Cleveland Browns

MARVCUS PATTON

•Set school record (since broken) in 1989 with 22 TFL and made 11 quarterback sacks •Selected by Buffalo Bills in the 1990 NFL Draft •Played in four Super Bowls •Played 13 NFL seasons

SPENCER HAVNER

•2004 First-team All-American •Four-year starter at OLB •No. 3 in school history in tackles •2004 and 2005 Butkus and Lombardi Award semifinalist •Has played three seasons with Green Bay Packers

DONNIE EDWARDS

•1995 pre-season All-America •Made 12.5 QB sacks and 22 TFL as a junior in 1994 •Fourth-round choice of Kansas City in 1996 NFL Draft •Played 13 NFL seasons •Played in 2003 Pro Bowl

CARNELL LAKE

•1988 first-team All-American •Second-round pick in 1989 by Steelers, played 12 years in NFL with Pittsburgh, Jacksonville and Baltimore •Played in 1996 Super Bowl •Five-time Pro Bowl selection

RYAN NECE

•Four-year starter at OLB •Made 280 career tackles •2001 Butkus Award semifinalist •1998 Freshman All-American •Member of 2003 Super Bowl Champion Tampa Bay Bucs •Played seven NFL seasons

BRANDON CHILLAR

•Three-year starter (2001-03) •All-Pac-10 first team as a senior •Led Pac-10 in tackles as a senior with 133 •Fourth-round pick by the St. Louis Rams in 2004 NFL Draft •Played five NFL seasons to date


OFFENSIVE LINEMAN In The NFL

KRIS FARRIS

JONATHAN OGDEN

•Three-year starter at tackle; started all 35 games in career •1998 Outland Trophy winner •1998 first-team All-American •Third-round pick in 1999 NFL Draft by Pittsburgh

IRV EATMAN

•Three-year Bruin starter •Twice first-team All-Pac-10 •Eighth pick in 1983 USFL Draft by Philadelphia Stars •Played 14 seasons in USFL (three) and NFL (11)

DUVAL LOVE

•Twice first-team All-Pac-10 •Drafted by L.A. Rams in 1985 •Played 12 years in NFL with Los Angeles Rams, Pittsburgh Steelers and Arizona Cardinals •Played in 1995 Pro Bowl

•1995 consensus All-American •1995 Outland Trophy winner •No. 4 selection in 1996 NFL Draft by Baltimore Ravens •2001 Super Bowl champion •11-time Pro Bowl player

CHAD OVERHAUSER

•Four-year Bruin starter •First-team All-American in 1997 •Seventh-round selection in 1998 by the Chicago Bears •Played with Chicago, Seattle and Houston in NFL

MAX MONTOYA

•1979 seventh round selection by Cincinnati Bengals •Played 16 years — 11 with Cincinnati, five with Raiders •Played in four Pro Bowls •Played in two Super Bowls

RANDY CROSS

•Two-year Bruin starter •First-team All-American in 1975 •Second-round selection in 1976 by the San Francisco, played 13 seasons with three Super Bowls •Named to National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 2010

MIKE FLANAGAN

•1995 third-team All-American center as a senior •Two-time first-team All-Pac-10 •Selected by Green Bay in third round of 1996 NFL Draft •Played 12 NFL seasons with Green Bay and Houston

FRANK CORNISH

•1989 first-team All-American •Sixth-round selection in 1990 by San Diego Chargers •Won 1993 and 1994 Super Bowls with Dallas Cowboys •Played six NFL seasons

VAUGHN PARKER

•Four-year Bruin starter •1993 first-team All-American •Three-time All-Pac-10 choice •1994 second round selection by San Diego Chargers •11 NFL seasons with Chargers and Redskins

DAVID RICHARDS

•1987 First-team All-Pac-10 •Fourth-round selection in 1988 by San Diego Chargers •Played nine NFL seasons with San Diego, Detroit, Atlanta and New England

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KENYON COLEMAN

•Three-year Bruin starter •2001 third-team All-American •’01 Defensive winner of Morris Trophy as Pac-10’s top lineman •Made 34 career tackles for loss •Picked in fifth round of ’02 NFL Draft by Oakland

TRAVIS KIRSCHKE

•Four-year letterman (1993-96) •Three-year starter at DE •Made nine tackles for loss as a senior in 1996 •Has played 12 seasons in NFL; Won Super Bowl with Pittsburgh, his current team

CLIFF FRAZIER

•First-team All-American in 1975 •Second-round selection in 1976 by the NFL’s Kansas City Chiefs •UCLA Defensive MVP in 1975 •1975 tri-captain

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JUSTIN HICKMAN

•2006 consensus All-American •Finalist for Hendricks Award •Ranked No. 4 in nation (tied) with 12.5 sacks in 2006 •Made 19.5 career sacks •Played with the Los Angeles Avengers of the AFL

TERRY TUMEY

•Three-time All-Pac-10 selection (1985-86-87) •Seventh in career tackles for loss and fifth in career sacks •Former Director of Football Administration with the 49ers

FRED MCNEILL

•First-team All-American in 1973 as defensive end •1st-round selection in the 1973 NFL Draft by Minnesota •Played 12 years in NFL, including the 1975 Super Bowl

MIKE LODISH

•Two-year Bruin starter •Played 11 years in the NFL •Played in an NFL record total of six Super Bowls with Buffalo Bills and Denver Broncos •Selected by Buffalo Bills in the 1990 NFL Draft

MARK WALEN

•1985 Pac-10 Defensive Player of the Year •Two-year Bruin starter •Played in three Rose Bowls •Third-round selection by the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys

BRIAN PRICE

•3rd-team 2010 AP All-American •2010 Pac-10 Def. Player of the Year •Two-time 1st-team All-Pac-10 •2nd-Rd. selection in 2010 NFL Draft by Tampa Bay Buccaneers •Finished career second on alltime UCLA tackle for loss list

DAVE BALL

•2003 Chevrolet National Defensive Player of the Year; Finalist for Nagurski, Lombardi and Hendricks awards •2003 consensus All-American •Tied for national lead in ’03 and set school mark with 16.5 sacks

MANU TUIASOSOPO

•1978 second-team All-American •14th in career tackles at UCLA •1st-round selection in 1979 NFL Draft by Seattle Seahawks •Played eight seasons in NFL for Seattle and San Francisco

BRUCE DAVIS

•First-team All-American as junior, second team as senior •Made 24.5 sacks in 2006-07 •2nd in career sacks; 4th in TFL •Drafted in 3rd round of 2008 NFL draft by Pittsburgh Steelers


UCLA’S Punter/Placekicker Tradition

BRAD DALUISO

•Played in the 1992 (Buffalo) and 2001 (NY Giants) Super Bowls •11 NFL seasons •Leading UCLA scorer in 1990 •Played with N.Y. Giants from 1993-2000

CHRIS SAILER

•First-team All-American as both kicker and punter in 1997 •UCLA record 56-yard field goal •Ranked No. 3 in the NCAA in field goals in 1997 •Ranks seventh on the all-time UCLA career field goal list

KIRK MAGGIO

•First-team All-American in 1989 •Ranked No. 2 in NCAA in punting in 1989 •45.2 punting average in 1989 ranks as the third highest season mark in UCLA history

JUSTIN MEDLOCK

•2006 consensus All-American •Four-year Bruin starter •No. 2 scorer in UCLA history •Ranks tied-second in UCLA history with 28 field goals in 2006 •Selected by Kansas City in fifth round of 2007 NFL Draft

EFREN HERRERA

•First-team All-American •Set seven school records •Leading Bruin scorer in the 1971 and 1972 seasons •Eight NFL seasons •Played in 1978 Super Bowl (Dallas) •Pro Bowl kicker

FRANK CORRAL

•1976 All-Conference selection •Kicked 55-yard FG in 1976 •Leading Bruin scorer in 1977 •Third-round NFL Draft pick in ’78 •1980 Super Bowl (Rams) •Pro Bowl kicker

JOHN LEE

•All-time leading Bruin scorer •NCAA record holder for career FGs (85); most FGs in season (29) •Second-round pick by the Cardinals in 1986 NFL Draft

BJORN MERTEN

•First-team All-American as a freshman in 1993 •Four-year starter at UCLA •Fourth at UCLA in career field goals; Fourth in career scoring •Twice All-Pac-10

NORM JOHNSON

•Played in the 1996 Super Bowl with Pittsburgh Steelers •18 NFL seasons with Seattle, Atlanta, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia •UCLA’s leading scorer in 1981 •Two-time Pro Bowl kicker

AARON PEREZ

•Four-year starting punter •All-Pac-10 as senior (2008) •Holds UCLA career records for punts and punting yardage •45.2 avg. in 2008 was fourthbest in school history

NATE FIKSE

•Twice named first-team All-Pac10 as a punter •Set UCLA career records for punts and yardage (since broken) while averaging 42.8 yards •Made 12 of 13 field goals as a senior, including final 12 straight

CHRIS KLUWE

•Set UCLA records for punts (91) and yards (3,908) in ’03 •Finalist for Ray Guy Award, ranking second in Pac-10 in punting (43.39) in ’04 •In his fifth season with the Minnesota Vikings

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MARCEDES LEWIS

MIKE SEIDMAN

•2002 finalist for Mackey Award •First-team All-Pac-10 in 2002 •Set UCLA tight end record with 631 yards in 2002 (now No. 2) •Third-round selection by Carolina Panthers in 2003 NFL Draft

CHARLES ARBUCKLE

•1988 first-team All-American •Led team in receiving in 1989 •Made 73 career receptions •Fifth-round selection of the New Orleans Saints in1990 •Played four NFL seasons

BOB CHRISTIANSEN

•1971 first-team All-Pac-8 •Made 51 receptions in three seasons at UCLA •Fifth-round selection in 1972 by Los Angeles Rams •Played one season with the Buffalo Bills

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•2005 consensus All-American •2005 Mackey Award winner •Ranks No. 1 among Bruin TEs in season (58) and career (126) receptions •First-round selection in ’06 NFL Draft by Jacksonville

TIM WRIGHTMAN

•1981 consensus All-American •1981 Academic All-American •Made 73 career receptions •Played for USFL’s Chicago Blitz •Played in 1986 Super Bowl with the Chicago Bears

PAUL BERGMANN

•First-team All-Pac-10 in 1983 •Ranks No. 2 among Bruin tight ends with 85 career receptions •Made 44 receptions as senior in 1983 and 41 as junior in 1982 •Played in both the USFL and NFL

DEREK TENNELL

•Made 67 career receptions •Seventh-round selection of the Seattle Seahawks in 1987 •Played in 1993 Super Bowl with Dallas Cowboys •Played six NFL seasons

BRYAN FLETCHER

•2001 second-team All-Pacific-10 •Made 30 career receptions for 423 yards (14.1 average) •Sixth-round selection in 2002 NFL Draft by the Bears •Played in 2007 Super Bowl with Indianapolis Colts

RICK WALKER

•1976 All-Pac-8 selection •Fourth-round selection in 1977 by the Cincinnati Bengals •Played nine seasons in the NFL •Played in two Super Bowls with the Washington Redskins

MIKE GRIEB

•First-team All-Pacific-10 selection following the 1998 season •Two-year Bruin starter •Averaged 17.1 yards as a senior •Made 57 receptions during his UCLA career


BRUIN ACADEMIC All-Stars NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarships (17) (Football only) 1966-67 — Ray Armstrong* 1966-67 — Dallas Grider 1969-70 — Greg Jones 1973-74 — Steve Klosterman 1975-76 — John Sciarra 1976-77 — Jeff Dankworth 1977-78 — John Fowler 1982-83 — Cormac Carney 1983-84 — Rick Neuheisel 1985-86 — Mike Hartmeier 1989-90 — Rick Meyer 1992-93 — Carlton Gray 1995-96 — George Kase 1998-99 — Chris Sailer Shawn Stuart 1999-00 — Danny Farmer 2007-08 — Chris Joseph

ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-America First-Team (16) (Football only) 1952 — Ed Flynn, G, Donn Moomaw, LB 1953 — Ira Pauly, C 1954 — Sam Boghosian, G 1966 — Ray Armstrong, E 1975 — John Sciarra, QB 1977 — John Fowler, LB 1981 — Cormac Carney, WR Tim Wrightman, TE 1982 — Cormac Carney, WR 1985 — Mike Hartmeier, OG 1992 — Carlton Gray, CB 1995 — George Kase, NG 1998 — Shawn Stuart, C 2006 — Chris Joseph, OG 2007 — Chris Joseph, C

Cormac Carney

ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-America Hall of Fame (7) 1988 1990 1994 1994 1999 2005 2009

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Donn Moomaw, football Jamaal Wilkes, basketball Bill Walton, basketball Coach John Wooden, basketball John Fowler, football Cormac Carney, football Karch Kiraly, volleyball

National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame Scholarships (8) 1967-68 — Gary Beban 1969-70 — Dennis Dummit 1973-74 — Mark Harmon 1975-76 — John Sciarra 1976-77 — Jeff Dankworth 1988-89 — Carnell Lake 1991-92 — Brian Kelly 1992-93 — Carlton Gray

NCAA Top Eight Awards (14) 1975-76 — John Sciarra, football 1976-77 — Jeff Dankworth, football 1981-82 — Karch Kiraly, volleyball 1982-83 — Cormac Carney*, football 1988-89 — Carnell Lake*, football 1989-90 — Jill Andrews**, gymnastics 1992-93 — Carlton Gray, football 1992-93 — Scott Keswick**, gymnastics 1993-94 — Julie Bremner*, volleyball 1993-94 — Lisa Fernandez, softball 1996-97 — Annette Salmeen, swimming 2002-03 — Stacey Nuveman, softball 2003-04 — Onnie Willis, gymnastics 2006-07 — Kate Richardson, gymnastics * Fall finalist **Spring finalist

Chris Joseph

NACDA/Disney Scholar-AthleteAwards (2) 1992-93 — Carlton Gray, football 1993-94 — Julie Bremner, volleyball

Rhodes Scholarships (5)

1924-25 — John Olmsted, tennis 1961-62 — William Zeltonoga, wrestling 1968-69 — Harold Griffin, football 1996-97 — Annette Salmeen, swimming 2008-09 — Chris Joseph, football

Carlton Gray

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UCLA’S Bowl Tradition UCLA BOWL RESULTS (14-15-1 OVERALL, 12-8 IN LAST 20 APPEARANCES) *January 1, 1943 — Rose Bowl* Georgia 9, UCLA 0 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 BobWaterfield’s punt for an automatic safety. UGA—Frankie Sinkwich, one-yard run. Leo Costa converts. Statistics Georgia UCLA 24 ................................................................. First Downs ........................................................5 61/212 ............................................ Carries/Net Yards Rushing ...................................26/97 161 ...........................................................Net Yards Passing ................................................ 62 30/12/2................................................Passes Att./Comp./Int. ..................................... 15/4/4 91/373 .................................................Total Plays/Total Yards .................................... 41/159 Top Individuals Rushing — Trippi (G) 27-115-0; Snelling (U) 5-41-0; Sinkwich (G) 11-33-1.

*January 1, 1947 — Rose Bowl* Illinois 45, UCLA 14 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. Statistics Illinois UCLA 23 ................................................................. First Downs ..................................................... 12 64/320 ............................................ Carries/Net Yards Rushing ...................................32/62 78 .............................................................Net Yards Passing .............................................. 176 15/4/2 ..................................................Passes Att./Comp./Int. ................................... 29/13/4 79/398 .................................................Total Plays/Total Yards .................................... 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.

*January 1, 1954 — Rose Bowl* Michigan State 28, UCLA 20 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 2114 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. Scoring Michigan State 0 7 14 7 — 28 UCLA 7 7 0 6 — 20 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. Statistics Michigan State UCLA 14 ................................................................. First Downs ..................................................... 16 53/195 ............................................ Carries/Net Yards Rushing ...................................40/90 11 .............................................................Net Yards Passing .............................................. 152 10/2/1 ..................................................Passes Att./Comp./Int. ..................................... 24/9/2 63/206 .................................................Total Plays/Total Yards .................................... 64/242 Top Individuals Rushing — Wells (M) 14-80-1; Bolden (M) 14-52-1; Stits (U) 5-25-0; 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.

*January 1, 1956 — Rose Bowl* Michigan State 17, UCLA 14 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 game-winning 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. Statistics Michigan State UCLA 18 ................................................................. First Downs ..................................................... 13 50/251 ............................................ Carries/Net Yards Rushing ................................ 42/136 33 .............................................................Net Yards Passing ................................................ 61 18/6/2 ..................................................Passes Att./Comp./Int. ..................................... 10/2/1 68/381 .................................................Total Plays/Total Yards .................................... 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.

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UCLA’S Bowl Tradition *January 1, 1962 — Rose Bowl* Minnesota 21, UCLA 3

*January 1, 1976 — Rose Bowl* UCLA 23, Ohio State 10

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.

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 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. Statistics Minnesota UCLA 21 ................................................................. First Downs ........................................................8 55/222 ............................................ Carries/Net Yards Rushing ...................................34/55 75 .............................................................Net Yards Passing ................................................ 52 11/7/0 ..................................................Passes Att./Comp./Int. ........................................8/5/0 66/297 .................................................Total Plays/Total Yards .................................... 42/107 Top Individuals Rushing — Alexander (U) 10-48-0; Stephens (M) 12-46-2; Dickson (M) 12-45-0; Smith (U) 10-8-0. Passing — Stephens (M) 11-7-0-75-0; 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.

*January 1, 1966 — Rose Bowl* UCLA 14, Michigan State 12 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. 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. Statistics Michigan State UCLA 13 ................................................................. First Downs ..................................................... 10 46/204 ............................................ Carries/Net Yards Rushing ...................................41/65 110 ...........................................................Net Yards Passing .............................................. 147 22/8/3 ..................................................Passes Att./Comp./Int. ..................................... 20/8/0 68/314 .................................................Total Plays/Total Yards .................................... 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.

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, 67yard pass from Sciarra. White converts. OSU—Pete Johnson, three-yard run. Klaban converts. UCLA—Wendell Tyler, 54-yard run. White converts. Statistics Ohio State UCLA 20 ................................................................. First Downs ..................................................... 19 51/208 ............................................ Carries/Net Yards Rushing ................................ 47/202 90 .............................................................Net Yards Passing .............................................. 212 18/7/2 ..................................................Passes Att./Comp./Int. ................................... 19/13/2 69/298 .................................................Total Plays/Total Yards .................................... 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) 18-7-2-90-0; Receiving — Henry (U) 5-113-2; Andersen (U) 3-39-0; Baschnagel (O) 3-26-0.

*December 20, 1976 — Liberty Bowl* Alabama 36, UCLA 6 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 61yards 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. Scoring 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 fromTony 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. Statistics Alabama UCLA 23 ................................................................. First Downs ..................................................... 17 52/268 ............................................ Carries/Net Yards Rushing .............................49/233/1 104 ...........................................................Net Yards Passing .............................................. 147 11/8/0 ..................................................Passes Att./Comp./Int. ................................... 18/10/3 63/372 .................................................Total Plays/Total Yards .................................... 67/380 Top Individuals Rushing — Brown (U) 16-102-1; Nathan (A) 9-67-0; Dankworth (U) 15-60-0; Tyler (U) 1759-0; 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.

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UCLA’S Bowl Tradition *December 25, 1978 — Fiesta Bowl* UCLA 10, Arkansas 10

*January 1, 1983 — Rose Bowl* UCLA 24, Michigan 14

On this Christmas day in Tempe, AZ, the 15th-ranked Bruins and eighth-ranked 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.

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.

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, 37yard field goal. UCLA—Peter Boermeester, 41-yard field goal. UCLA—Steve Bukich, 15-yard run. Boermeester converts. Statistics Arkansas UCLA 19 ................................................................. First Downs ..................................................... 14 51/200 ............................................ Carries/Net Yards Rushing ................................ 55/255 78 .............................................................Net Yards Passing ................................................ 61 24/13/2................................................Passes Att./Comp./Int. ..................................... 11/4/2 75/278 .................................................Total Plays/Total Yards .................................... 66/316 Top Individuals 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) 11-4-2-61-0. 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.

*December 31, 1981 — Bluebonnet Bowl* Michigan 33, UCLA 14 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 Michigan 10 0 3 20 — 33 UCLA 0 0 7 7 — 14 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. Statistics Michigan UCLA 25 ................................................................. First Downs ..................................................... 14 54/315 ............................................ Carries/Net Yards Rushing ...................................33/33 168 ...........................................................Net Yards Passing .............................................. 162 16/10/0................................................Passes Att./Comp./Int. ................................... 26/12/2 70/483 .................................................Total Plays/Total Yards .................................... 61/195 Top Individuals 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) 25-12-1-162-2. Receiving — Carter (M) 6-127-1; Carney (U) 5-89-0.; Townsell (U) 3-37-1. Tackles — Rogers (U) 13; Montgomery (U) 11.

Scoring 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, four-yard pass from Hall. HajiSheikh converts. Statistics Michigan UCLA 19 ................................................................. First Downs ..................................................... 19 38/110 ............................................ Carries/Net Yards Rushing ................................ 47/181 209 ...........................................................Net Yards Passing .............................................. 162 34/19/3................................................Passes Att./Comp./Int. ................................... 25/18/0 72/319 .................................................Total Plays/Total Yards .................................... 72/343 Top Individuals Rushing — Ricks (M) 23-88-0; Nelson (U) 11-48-0; Cephous (U) 8-46-0; Andrews (U) 1242-1. Passing — Ramsey (U) 25-18-0-162-0; 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.

*January 2, 1984 — Rose Bowl* UCLA 45, Illinois 9 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, 53yard 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. Statistics Illinois UCLA 16 ................................................................. First Downs ..................................................... 27 17/0 ................................................ Carries/Net Yards Rushing ................................ 52/213 205 ...........................................................Net Yards Passing .............................................. 298 47/25/4................................................Passes Att./Comp./Int. ................................... 31/22/0 64/205 .................................................Total Plays/Total Yards .................................... 83/511 Top Individuals Rushing — Cephous (U) 12-86-0; Nelson (U) 18-69-1. Passing — Neuheisel (U) 31-22-0-2984; 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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UCLA’S Bowl Tradition *January 1, 1985 — Fiesta Bowl* UCLA 39, Miami (FL) 37

*December 30, 1986 — Freedom Bowl* UCLA 31, Brigham Young 10

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.

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 recordsetting 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 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. Statistics Miami UCLA 23 ................................................................. First Downs ..................................................... 20 33/129 ............................................ Carries/Net Yards Rushing ................................ 44/161 294 ...........................................................Net Yards Passing .............................................. 243 44/31/1................................................Passes Att./Comp./Int. ................................... 27/18/0 77/423 .................................................Total Plays/Total Yards .................................... 61/404 Top Individuals Rushing — Green (U) 21-144-2; Oliver (M) 8-75-1; Bratton (M) 12-56-2. Passing — Bono (U) 27-18-0-243-2; Kosar (M) 44-31-1-294-2. 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.

*January 1, 1986 — Rose Bowl* UCLA 45, Iowa 28 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. Statistics Iowa UCLA 25 ................................................................. First Downs ..................................................... 29 34/82 .............................................. Carries/Net Yards Rushing ................................ 55/299 319 ...........................................................Net Yards Passing .............................................. 189 38/29/1................................................Passes Att./Comp./Int. ................................... 26/16/1 72/401 .................................................Total Plays/Total Yards .................................... 81/488

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. Statistics BYU UCLA 18 ................................................................. First Downs ..................................................... 19 43/73 .............................................. Carries/Net Yards Rushing ................................ 49/423 221 ...........................................................Net Yards Passing ................................................ 95 43/25/3................................................Passes Att./Comp./Int. ..................................... 21/8/1 86/294 .................................................Total Plays/Total Yards .................................... 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) 31-18-3-124-0; 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.

*December 25, 1987 — Aloha Bowl* UCLA 20, Florida 16 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, one-yard run. Velasco converts. UCLA—Danny Thompson, five-yard pass from Troy Aikman. Velasco converts. UCLA—Velasco, 32-yard field goal. FLA—Anthony Williams, 14yard pass from Bell. Kick blocked. Statistics Florida UCLA 24 ................................................................. First Downs ..................................................... 15 38/185 ............................................ Carries/Net Yards Rushing ...................................41/48 188 ...........................................................Net Yards Passing .............................................. 173 38/19/0................................................Passes Att./Comp./Int. ................................... 30/19/2 76/373 .................................................Total Plays/Total Yards .................................... 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.

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.

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UCLA’S Bowl Tradition *January 2, 1989 — Cotton Bowl* UCLA 17, Arkansas 3

*January 1, 1994 — Rose Bowl* Wisconsin 21, UCLA 16

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).

UCLA was playing in its 10th bowl in 13 seasons, but despite a record-setting 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 AllAmerican 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.

Scoring 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. Statistics Arkansas UCLA 4 ................................................................... First Downs ..................................................... 22 22/21 ...................................................... Carries/Net Yards ........................................ 55/199 21 .............................................................Net Yards Passing .............................................. 172 14/4/1 ..................................................Passes Att./Comp./Int. ................................... 27/19/1 36/42 ...................................................Total Plays/Total Yards .................................... 82/371 Top Individuals Rushing — Wills (U) 18-120-0; Brown (U) 16-56-0; Grovey (A) 7-19-0. 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.

*December 31, 1991 — John Hancock Bowl* UCLA 6, Illinois 3 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 first-quarter goal-line interception, was named the game’s MVP. Scoring 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. Statistics Illinois UCLA 19 ................................................................. First Downs ..................................................... 14 26/119 ............................................ Carries/Net Yards Rushing ...................................41/92 189 ...........................................................Net Yards Passing .............................................. 176 38/17/3................................................Passes Att./Comp./Int. ................................... 28/17/1 64/308 .................................................Total Plays/Total Yards .................................... 69/268 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) 38-17-3-189-0. 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.

Scoring 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. Statistics Wisconsin UCLA 21 ................................................................. First Downs ..................................................... 31 46/250 ............................................ Carries/Net Yards Rushing ................................ 40/212 96 .............................................................Net Yards Passing .............................................. 288 20/10/1................................................Passes Att./Comp./Int. ................................... 43/28/1 66/346 .................................................Total Plays/Total Yards .................................... 83/500 Top Individuals Rushing — Moss (W) 36-158-2; Davis (U) 13-88-1; Hicks (U) 8-67-0. Passing — Cook (U) 4328-1-288-1; 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.

*December 25, 1995 — Aloha Bowl* Kansas 51, UCLA 30 It was Terry Donahue’s final game as head coach of the Bruins, but 11th-ranked 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. Scoring 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, twoyard 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. Abdul-Jabbar run. KU—Eric Vann, 67-yard run. McCord converts. Statistics UCLA KU 21 ................................................................. First Downs ..................................................... 21 45/286 ............................................ Carries/Net Yards Rushing ................................ 43/277 136 ...........................................................Net Yards Passing .............................................. 292 38/15/0................................................Passes Att./Comp./Int. ................................... 28/19/1 83/395 .................................................Total Plays/Total Yards .................................... 71/548 Top Individuals 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) 42-0-15-0. 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.

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UCLA’S Bowl Tradition *January 1, 1999 — Rose Bowl* Wisconsin 38, UCLA 31

*December 29, 2000 — Sun Bowl* Wisconsin 21, UCLA 20

Despite setting the single team Rose Bowl record for total yards, the sixth-ranked 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 931 combined yards of offense, combining for 1,035 yards before the game ended. In the second quarter, UCLA took its only lead of the game (21-14) with back-to-back touchdowns. Freddie Mitchell hit a wide open Durell Price with a 61-yard bomb on a halfback pass and on UCLA’s next possession, Danny Farmer slipped behind the defense and caught a 41-yard touchdown pass from Cade McNown. Wisconsin scored the final 10 points of the half to take a three-point lead (24-21). The teams traded touchdowns in the third quarter. Wisconsin grabbed a 10-point fourth quarter lead following an interception return, and UCLA could manage to score only a field goal the remainder of the period. In his final game, McNown passed for 340 yards, the fourth-highest total in bowl history, and UCLA finished with 538 yards, 418 in the air.

The already hobbled Bruins lost five starters during the course of the game to injury, including quarterback Cory Paus, and dropped a one-point decision.After the Badgers opened the scoring, Paus teammed up with Freddie Mitchell on a 64-yard scoring play and Chris Griffith followed with a field goal to give the Bruins a 10-7 lead. DeShaun Foster rushed for 100 yards in the first half, including a seven-yard scoring run which gave the Bruins a 17-7 halftime lead. However, the Bruins would return to the field without Paus, who suffered a broken collarbone on the final play of the first half. Also missing were starting cornerbacks Jason Bell (foot) and Ricky Manning (concussion). By the time the game was over, the Bruins would also be playing without safety Marques Anderson (ankle) and linebacker Robert Thomas (foot). Back-up Scott McEwan completed four of five passes on the initial drive of the second half, and Griffith booted a field goal which gave UCLA a 20-7 lead. The Badger offense began to frustrate the depleted Bruin defense as the game wore on, and the UW defense held Foster to just seven second-half rushing yards. After UW closed to 20-14 on a late third quarter scoring pass, the Badgers drove 70 yards in 12 plays for the go-ahead score on its first possession of the fourth quarter. Later in the quarter, Mitchell grabbed his ninth pass of the day good for 180 receiving yards, which set a Sun Bowl game record.

Scoring Wisconsin 7 17 7 7 — 38 UCLA 7 14 7 3 — 31 Weather: Sunny 74º. Attendance: 93,872. Scoring: WISC—Ron Dayne, 54-yard run. Matt Davenport converts. UCLA—Jermaine Lewis, 38-yard pass from Cade McNown. Chris Sailer converts. WISC—Dayne, seven-yard run. Davenport converts. UCLA—Durell Price, 61-yard pass from Freddie Mitchell. Sailer converts. UCLA—Danny Farmer, 41-yard pass from McNown. Sailer converts. WISC—Dayne, 10-yard run. Davenport converts. WISC—Davenport, 40-yard field goal. WISC—Dayne, 22-yard run. Davenport converts. UCLA—Lewis, 10-yard run. Sailer converts. WISC—Jamar Fletcher, 46yard interception return. Davenport converts. UCLA—Sailer, 30-yard field goal. Statistics Wisconsin UCLA 22 ................................................................. First Downs ..................................................... 25 48/343 ....................................................Net Yards Rushing. ....................................... 38/120 154 ...........................................................Net Yards Passing .............................................. 418 17/9/0 ...................................................Passes Att/Comp/Int..................................... 36/21/1 65/497 .................................................Total Plays/Total Yards .................................... 74/538 Top Individuals Rushing — Dayne (W) 27-246-4; Samuel (W) 13-65-0; Lewis (U) 10-50-1; Foster (U) 10-38-0. Passing — McNown (U) 19-34-1-2-340; Samuel (W) 9-17-0-0-154. Receiving — Farmer (U) 7-142-1; Price (U) 3-102-1; Melsby (U) 3-66-0. Tackles — Atkins (U) 9, Hicks (U) 9, Thomas (U) 8, Nece 8 (U), White (U) 8.

*January 1, 1998 — Cotton Bowl* UCLA 29,Texas A&M 23 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-andthirteen 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.

Scoring Wisconsin 7 0 7 7 — 21 UCLA 10 7 3 0 — 20 Weather: Clear 52º. Attendance: 49,093. Scoring: WISC—Lee Evans, 54-yard pass from Brooks Bollinger. Vitaly Pisetsky converts. UCLA—Freddie Mitchell,64-yard pass from Cory Paus.Chris Griffith converts.UCLA—Griffith, 31-yard field goal. UCLA—DeShaun Foster, seven-yard run. Griffith converts. UCLA—Griffith, 25-yard field goal. WISC—Chris Chambers, three-yard pass from Bollinger. Pisetsky converts. WISC—Michael Bennett, six-yard run. Pisetsky converts. Statistics Wisconsin UCLA 18 ................................................................. First Downs ..................................................... 20 44/177 ............................................ Carries/Net Yards Rushing ................................ 37/114 130 ...........................................................Net Yards Passing .............................................. 282 18/9/1 ...................................................Passes Att/Comp/Int. ................................... 33/20/1 62/307 .................................................Total Plays/Total Yards ................................... 70/396 Top Individuals Rushing — Foster (U) 26-107-1; Bennett (W) 16-83-1. Passing — Paus (U) 15-8-0-147-1; McEwan (U) 18-12-1-135-0; Bollinger (W) 16-8-0-107-2. Receiving — Mitchell (U) 9-180-1; Poli-Dixon (U) 7-50-0; Seidman (U) 2-33-0; Chambers (Wisc) 4-30-1. Tackles — Nece (U) 11, Thomas (U) 8, Reese (U) 7, White (U) 7.

*December 25, 2002 — Las Vegas Bowl* UCLA 27, New Mexico 13 UCLA won its 10th bowl game in its last 14 outings with a 27-13 defeat of New Mexico in the Sega Sports Las Vegas Bowl. Interim head coach Ed Kezirian guided the Bruin team to victory in a game dominated by the defenses. Neither team managed an offensive touchdown until the fourth quarter. A 74-yard punt return for a touchdown by Craig Bragg turned the momentum to the Bruin’s side after New Mexico was forced to punt on its first possession of the second half.True freshman safety Jarrad Page added a 29-yard interception return for a touchdown early in the fourth quarter, and Tyler Ebell made it 27-6 with a one-yard scoring run with 10:40 left. Senior Chris Griffith converted following Page’s touchdown and in the process set a school record for most career extra points (136). In the first half, Nate Fikse connected on a pair of field goals and tied the score at six-all at the half.The successful kicks marked his 11th and 12th consecutive made field goals of the season. After Fikse’s 49-yarder in the first quarter, Desmar Black intercepted a Drew Olson pass and returned it 55 yards for a touchdown. The extra point, attempted by Katie Hnida, the first woman to play in a Division I-A football game, was blocked by Brandon Chillar.

Statistics UCLA Texas A&M 23 ................................................................. First Downs ..................................................... 10 48/154 ............................................ Carries/Net Yards Rushing................................. 40/192 239 ...........................................................Net Yards Passing ................................................ 55 30/16/1.................................................Passes Att/Comp/Int. ...................................... 14/7/1 78/393 .................................................Total Plays/Total Yards .................................... 54/247

Scoring New Mexico 6 0 0 7 — 13 UCLA 3 3 7 14 — 27 Weather: Clear 50º. Attendance: 30,324. Scoring: UCLA—Nate Fikse, 49-yard field goal. NMX—Desmar Black, 55-yard interception return. Hnida’s kick blocked. UCLA—Fikse, 39-yard field goal. UCLA—Craig Bragg, 74-yard punt return. Fikse converts. UCLA—Jarrad Page, 29-yard interception return. Chris Griffith converts. UCLA—Tyler Ebell, one-yard run. Fikse converts. NMX—Joe Manning, 11-yard pass from Casey Kelly. Kenny Byrd converts. Statistics New Mexico UCLA 15 ................................................................. First Downs ........................................................9 34/45 .............................................. Carries/Net Yards Rushing ...................................39/73 237 ...........................................................Net Yards Passing ................................................ 94 35/18/1.................................................Passes Att/Comp/Int. ................................... 22/12/1 69/282 .................................................Total Plays/Total Yards ................................... 61/167

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) 3-6-1-25-0. 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.

Top Individuals Rushing — Ebell (U) 25-70-1; White (U) 9-23; Moore (NM) 14-17. Passing — Moore (U) 16-9-0-80-0; D. Olson (U) 6-3-1-14-0; Kelly (NM) 32-18-1-237-1. Receiving — Bragg (U) 4-38-0; Taylor (U) 4-19-0; Counter (NM) 5-78-0; Farrell (NM) 4-78-0. Tackles — Reese (U) 8, Page (U) 8, Havner (U) 6.

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UCLA’S Bowl Tradition *December 30, 2003 — Silicon Valley Classic* Fresno State 17, UCLA 9

*December 30, 2005 — Sun Bowl* UCLA 50, Northwestern 38

Fresno State scored early and held off a determined second half effort by UCLA to gain a 17-9 win in the Silicon Valley Football Classic, played on a crisp and wet evening at San Jose State’s Spartan Stadium. Fresno State led 14-0 after one quarter, and a Bulldog field goal early in the second quarter made it 17-0. It was not until late in the quarter that the Bruin offense gained some momentum. UCLA managed a 97-yard drive to narrow the gap to 17-7 at the half.With 20 seconds remaining in the half, Drew Olson connected with Craig Bragg, who made a spectacular diving catch in the right side of the end zone for a 27-yard touchdown. UCLA began the second half by driving to Fresno State’s 29-yard line, but Justin Medlock’s 47-yard attempt fell short in the poor weather and sloppy field conditions. However, the Bruin defense held tough and Asi Faoa broke free and blocked Fresno State’s punt for a safety to pull UCLA within 17-9 with 7:11 left to play in the third quarter.The Bruins had one more chance late in the fourth quarter, getting the ball at their own 25-yard line with 3:55 to play. After a couple of completions to Marcedes Lewis, Olson had a pass deflected at the line and intercepted to end the Bruin hopes.

The Bruins rebounded from an early 22-point deficit to record the biggest comeback victory in school history, as they defeated Northwestern 50-38 in the Sun Bowl at El Paso, TX. Led by a pair of young running backs, true sophomore Chris Markey and true freshman Kahlil Bell, the Bruins racked up 310 yards on the ground. Senior quarterback Drew Olson, who threw just three interceptions during the regular season, struggled early as he was picked off three times in the first quarter. Two of those interceptions were returned for TDs, while the third set up a Northwestern scoring drive. Down 22-0, UCLA got on the board after a five-yard run by Bell to end the first quarter. In the second quarter, the Bruins scored 22 unanswered points, highlighted by a 58-yard strike from Olson to freshman tight end Ryan Moya. In the third quarter, Northwestern managed a field goal, while junior Michael Pitre tacked on seven more points for the Bruins after catching a five-yard pass from Olson. With most of the fourth quarter gone, Northwestern scored first (2:29 remaining) on an eight-yard pass play. On the ensuing kickoff, an onside kick bounced directly up into the hands of sophomore wide receiver Brandon Breazell who returned it 42 yards for a score.With just 0:24 seconds to play, the Wildcats scored on a five-yard touchdown reception to close to within 43-38.Another onside kick by the Wildcats was picked up by Breazell, who this time ran 45 yards for the final touchdown of the game. The two schools combined to set a Sun Bowl record for total offensive yards (1,037 yards) and highest combined score (88 points). Markey (161 yards) and Bell (136 yards, two TD’s) were named the game’s co-MVPs, while Breazell was named the Special Teams Player of the Game. Junior tailback Maurice Drew, who was sidelined by an injury early in the game, broke the NCAA record for punt-return average after recording his 15th punt return of the season (28.5 avg. yards).

Scoring UCLA 0 7 2 0 — 9 Fresno State 14 3 0 0 — 17 Weather: Cool, Wet 50º. Attendance: 20,126 Scoring: Fresno—Bryson Sumlin, one-yard run. Brett Visintainer converts. Fresno—Sumlin, 44-yard pass from Paul Pinegar. Visintainer converts. Fresno—Visintainer, 36-yard field goal. UCLA—Craig Bragg, 27-yard pass from Drew Olson. Justin Medlock converts. UCLA—Team safety, after punt blocked by Asi Faoa. Statistics UCLA FSU 11 ................................................................. First Downs ..................................................... 20 25/68 .............................................. Carries/Net Yards Rushing ................................ 49/156 96 .............................................................Net Yards Passing .............................................. 133 31/11/1.................................................Passes Att/Comp/Int. ................................... 26/12/1 56/164 .................................................Total Plays/Total Yards ................................... 75/289 Top Individuals Rushing — Davis (FS) 13-77-0, Drew (U) 17-65-0,Wright (FS) 13-58-0. Passing —Pinegar (FS) 26-12-1-133-1, D. Olson (U) 31-11-1-96-1. Receiving — Bragg (U) 5-71-1, Wood (FS) 3-33-0, Cowan (U) 3-16-0, Lewis (U) 2-13-0. Tackles — Leisle 10, Ohaeri 9.

*December 23, 2004 — Las Vegas Bowl* Wyoming 24, UCLA 21 UCLA played most of the game without starting quartback Drew Olson, who left the contest in the second quarter with a sprained knee. Linebacker Spencer Havner, the Pac-10’s leading tackler, did not dress for the game due to injury. David Koral took over for Olson and added a spark to the UCLA offense. Throwing just the second college pass of his career, Koral scrambled out of the pocket and connected with Craig Bragg for a 17-yard touchdown to stake UCLA to a 14-10 lead at the half. The two connected on another scoring play in the third quarter to propel the Bruins to a 21-10 lead. The pair of scoring catches by Bragg tied the Bruin bowl game record. Wyoming mounted a late comeback, using a trick play early in the fourth quarter as Jovon Bouknight threw a 22-yard scoring pass to J.J. Raterink off a reverse. Later in the quarter, faced with a fourth-and-one at the Bruins’ 27,Wyoming used a quarterback sneak to keep a drive alive. A pass interference call against Matt Clark moved the Cowboys to the 12-yard line, setting up a game-winning touchdown pass with just 0:57 on the clock. Scoring Wyoming 10 0 0 14 — 24 UCLA 0 14 7 0 — 21 Weather: Partly cloudy 42º. Attendance: 29,062 Scoring:Wyoming—Deric Yaussi, 39-yard field goal. Wyoming—Tyler Holden, 10-yard pass from Corey Bramlett. Yaussi converts. UCLA—Junior Taylor, 29-yard pass from Drew Olson. Justin Medlock converts. UCLA—Craig Bragg, 17-yard pass from David Koral. Medlock converts. UCLA—Bragg, 25-yard pass from Koral. Medlock converts. Wyoming—J.J. Raterink, 22-yard pass from Jovon Bouknight. Yaussi converts. Wyoming—John Wadkowski, 12-yard pass from Bramlet.Yaussi converts. Statistics Wyoming UCLA 19 ................................................................. First Downs ..................................................... 19 30/76 .............................................. Carries/Net Yards Rushing ................................ 42/126 329 ...........................................................Net Yards Passing .............................................. 185 38/21/1.................................................Passes Att/Comp/Int. ................................... 24/13/0 68/405 .................................................Total Plays/Total Yards ................................... 66/311 Top Individuals Rushing — Drew (U) 25-126-0, Harris (W) 13-27-0. Passing — Bramlet (W) 34-20-1-3072, Koral (U) 12-7-0-89-2, D. Olson (U) 12-6-0-96-1. Receiving — Bouknight (W) 5-107-0, Holden (W) 4-115-1, Bragg (U) 7-95-2, Lewis (U) 2-41-0. Tackles — London 6, T. Brown 6, Morgan 4, Page 4.

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Scoring Northwestern 22 0 3 13 — 38 UCLA 7 22 7 14 — 50 Weather: Clear 56º. Attendance: 50,426 Scoring: NW—Joel Howells, 33-yard field goal. NW—Kevin Mims, 30-yard interception return. Howells’ kick blocked. NW—Mark Philmore, 19-yard run. Howells’ kick failed. NW—Nick Roach, 35-yard interception return. Howells converts. UCLA—Kahlil Bell,five-yard run. Jimmy Rotstein converts. UCLA—Ryan Moya, 58-yard pass from Drew Olson. Rotstein converts. UCLA—Bell, six-yard run. Lewis, pass from Olson. UCLA—Marcus Everett eight-yard pass from D. Olson. Rotstein converts. UCLA—Michael Pitre, five-yard pass from D.Olson. Rotstein converts. NW—AmadoVillarreal, 31-yard field goal. NW—Mark Philmore, eight-yard pass from Brett Basanez. Basanez conversion pass intercepted. UCLA—Brandon Breazell, 42-yard kickoff return. Brian Malette converts. NW—Shaun Herbert, five-yard pass from Basanez. Villarreal converts. UCLA—Breazell, 45-yard kickoff return. Rotstein converts. Statistics Northwestern UCLA 33 ................................................................. First Downs ..................................................... 24 32/168 ............................................ Carries/Net Yards Rushing ................................ 50/310 416 ...........................................................Net Yards Passing .............................................. 143 70/38/2.................................................Passes Att/Comp/Int. ................................... 24/10/3 102/584...............................................Total Plays/Total Yards ................................... 74/453 Top Individuals Rushing — Markey (U) 23-150-0, Bell (U) 19-136-2, Sutton (N) 18-84-0. Passing — Basanez (N) 70-38-2-416-2, D. Olson (U) 24-10-3-143-3. Receiving — Lane (N) 7-136-0, Sutton (N) 7-67-0, Herbert (N) 7-61-1, Drew (U) 2-29-0. UCLA Tackles — C. Taylor 12, Horton 10.


UCLA’S Bowl Tradition *December 27, 2006 — Emerald Bowl* Florida State 44, UCLA 27

*December 27, 2007 — Las Vegas Bowl* BYU 17, UCLA 16

In front of a sold out, predominantly Bruin-friendly crowd at AT&T Ball Park in San Francisco, the Bruins dropped a 44-27 decision to Florida State in the Emerald Bowl. Despite an impressive offensive performance, the Bruins couldn’t overcome a 21-0 run by FSU in the fourth quarter. The Seminoles scored first on a 25-yard touchdown run, but UCLA then scored 10 unanswered points, highlighted by Patrick Cowan’s 78-yard touchdown strike to Brandon Breazell, to end the first quarter up 10-7. The defense held Florida State to just two second quarter field goals, while the Bruins put up 10 more points on an amazing seven-yard touchdown catch by Junior Taylor and a 19-yard field goal by Justin Medlock to head into the halftime break up 20-13.The Seminoles opened up the second half with a field goal, then tacked on seven more points after a UCLA punt was blocked and returned 25-yards for a touchdown. UCLA’s Chane Moline rushed for an eight-yard touchdown to put the Bruins up, 27-23, at the end of the third quarter. Florida State held the Bruins scoreless in the fourth quarter, scoring 21 unanswered points, capped off by an 86-yard interception return for a score, as the Seminoles would go on to win, 44-27. In the game, UCLA racked up 434 yards of total offense with Patrick Cowan throwing for 240 yards. Running back Chris Markey broke the 1,000-yard rushing (11th Bruin to do so) mark with his 144-yard performance. The Bruin defense was led by Alterraun Verner, who equaled his career-high with nine tackles.

In the second meeting of the season between the two schools, the Cougars came out on top in a close game. The first quarter saw the two teams trade field goals. BYU took a 10-3 lead early in the second quarter on a 14-yard pass play. Another field goal by Kai Forbath pulled the Bruins to within four, but BYU once again marched down the field to score on a pass play for a 17-6 advantage. A Cougar fumble, just before the end of the first half, gave the Bruins the ball on BYU’s fouryard line. UCLA took advantage of the opportunity, scoring on a four-yard pass play from McLeod Bethel-Thompson to Brandon Breazell to close to within four points at the break. After a scoreless third quarter, UCLA tacked on another field goal with 6:24 remaining in the contest to trail by just one, 17-16. The Bruin offense got the ball back one last time with two minutes to play and marched almost the length of the field to set up a potential game-winning field goal try with just seconds remaining. However, the Cougars blocked the kick and were awarded the Pioneer Las Vegas Bowl trophy. Chris Markey led all rushers with 117 yards, while Bethel-Thompson threw for 154 yards and one touchdown. Kyle Bosworth led the defense with 12 tackles, while Bruce Davis tallied 2.5 sacks.

Scoring Florida State 7 6 10 21 — 44 UCLA 10 10 7 0 — 27 Weather: Clear and Windy 55º. Attendance: 40,331 Scoring: FSU—Lorenzo Booker, 25-yard run. Gary Cismesia converts. UCLA—Brandon Breazell, 78-yard pass from Pat Cowan. Justin Medlock converts. UCLA—Medlock, 46-yard field goal. FSU—Cismesia, 39-yard field goal. UCLA—Junior Taylor, 7-yard pass from P. Cowan. Medlock converts. UCLA—Medlock, 19-yard field goal. FSU—Cismesia, 21-yard field goal. FSU—Cismesia, 36-yard field goal. FSU—Lawrence Timmons, 25-yard blocked punt return. Cismesia converts. UCLA—Chane Moline, 8-yard run. Medlock converts. FSU—Greg Carr, 30-yard pass from Drew Weatherford. Cismesia converts. FSU—Booker, 3-yard run. Cismesia converts. FSU—Tony Carter, 86-yard inter. return. Cismesia converts. Statistics FSU UCLA 21 ................................................................. First Downs ............................................................... 17 30/105 ............................................ Carries/Net Yards Rushing .......................................... 35/194 325 ...........................................................Net Yards Passing ........................................................240 43/21/1...................................................Pass Att/Comp/Int.................................................36/15/2 73/430 .................................................Total Plays/Total Yards .............................................. 71/434 Top Individuals Rushing - Markey (U) 19-144-0, Booker (F) 22-91-2; Receiving - Booker (F) 5-117-0, Breazell (U) 1-78-1; Passing -Weatherford (F) 43-21-1-325-1, Cowan (U) 36-15-2-240-2; UCLATackles - Verner 9, C. Taylor 8, Horton 6,Van 5, McNeal 4, R. Carter 4, Davis 4.

UCLA BOWL RESULTS

(14-15-1 OVERALL, 12-8 IN LAST 20 APPEARANCES) Date Dec. 29, 2009 Dec. 22, 2007 Dec. 27, 2006 Dec. 30, 2005 Dec. 23, 2004 Dec. 30, 2003 Dec. 25, 2002 Dec. 29, 2000 Jan. 1, 1999 Jan. 1, 1998 Dec. 25, 1995 Jan. 1, 1994 Dec. 31, 1991 Jan. 2, 1989 Dec. 25, 1987 Dec. 30, 1986 Jan. 1, 1986 Jan. 1, 1985 Jan. 2, 1984 Jan. 1, 1983 Dec. 31, 1981 Dec. 25, 1978 Dec. 20, 1976 Jan. 1, 1976 Jan. 1, 1966 Jan. 1, 1962 Jan. 1, 1956 Jan. 1, 1954 Jan. 1, 1947 Jan. 1, 1943

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Game Score UCLA 30 Temple 21 UCLA 16 Brigham Young 17 UCLA 27 Florida State 44 UCLA 50 Northwestern 38 UCLA 21 Wyoming 24 UCLA 9 Fresno State 17 UCLA 27 New Mexico 13 UCLA 20 Wisconsin 21 UCLA 31 Wisconsin 38 UCLA 29 Texas A&M 23 UCLA 30 Kansas 51 UCLA 16 Wisconsin 21 UCLA 6 Illinois 3 UCLA 17 Arkansas 3 UCLA 20 Florida 16 UCLA 31 Brigham Young 10 UCLA 45 Iowa 28 UCLA 39 Miami 37 UCLA 45 Illinois 9 UCLA 24 Michigan 14 UCLA 14 Michigan 33 UCLA 10 Arkansas 10 UCLA 6 Alabama 36 UCLA 23 Ohio State 10 UCLA 14 Michigan State 12 UCLA 3 Minnesota 21 UCLA 14 Michigan State 17 UCLA 20 Michigan State 28 UCLA 14 Illinois 45 UCLA 0 Georgia 9

Bowl EagleBank Bowl Las Vegas Bowl Emerald Bowl Sun Bowl Las Vegas Bowl Silicon Valley Las Vegas Bowl Sun Bowl Rose Bowl Cotton Bowl Aloha Bowl Rose Bowl Hancock Bowl Cotton Bowl Aloha Bowl Freedom Bowl Rose Bowl Fiesta Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Bluebonnet Bowl Fiesta Bowl Liberty Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl

Scoring UCLA 3 10 0 3 16 BYU 3 14 0 0 17 Weather: Clear, Cool and Calm 42º. Attendance: 40,712 Scoring: UCLA—Kai Forbath, 22-yard field goal. BYU—Mitch Payne, 29-yard field goal. BYU—Austin Collie, 14-yard pass from Max Hall. Payne converts. UCLA—Forbath, 52-yard field goal. BYU—Michael Reed, 13-yard pass from Hall. Payne converts. UCLA—Brandon Breazell, 4-yard pass from McLeod Bethel-Thompson. Forbath converts. UCLA—Forbath, 50-yard field goal. Statistics UCLA BYU 18 ................................................................. First Downs ............................................................... 17 47/162 ............................................ Carries/Net Yards Rushing ............................................ 28/34 154 ...........................................................Net Yards Passing ........................................................231 29/11/1...................................................Pass Att/Comp/Int.................................................35/21/0 76/316 .................................................Total Plays/Total Yards .............................................. 63/265 Top Individuals Rushing - Markey (U) 27-117-0, Tonga (B) 3-21-0; Receiving - Breazell (U) 4-44-1, Collie (B) 6-107-1; Passing - Bethel-Thompson (U) 11-27-1-154-1, Hall (B) 21-35-0-231-2; UCLA Tackles - Ky. Bosworth 12, Keyes 9, Horton 7, Davis 7, R. Carter 6, Taylor 6.

*December 29, 2009 — EagleBank Bowl* UCLA 30,Temple 21 UCLA rallied from a 21-7 second-quarter deficit to win the second-ever EagleBank Bowl in Washington DC. It was UCLA’s fourth win in a five-game span and the first bowl victory under head coach Rick Neuheisel. In cold and windy RFK Stadium, Temple jumped to an early lead but UCLA tied the game when quarterback Kevin Prince and Nelson Rosario hooked up for a 46-yard touchdown. The Owls then scored the next two TDs, but UCLA drove for a field goal at the end of the half to make the score 21-10 at the break. Early in the third quarter, Terrence Austin turned a fourth-down slant pass into a 32-yard touchdown and Kai Forbath’s field goal early in the final quarter brought the Bruins to within one at 21-20. With just over six minutes left, linebacker Akeem Ayers picked off an Owl pass at the two-yard line and scored the go-ahead touchdown. A two-point conversion and a safety made the final score 30-21. UCLA’s defense allowed just 41 net yards and no points in the second-half of the come-from-behind win. Scoring UCLA 7 3 7 13 30 Temple 7 14 0 0 21 Weather: Cold, windy 30º. Attendance: 23,072 Scoring: TEM—Steve Maneri, 26-yard pass from V. Charlton. B. McManus converts. UCLA—Nelson Rosario, 46-yard pass from Kevin Prince. Kai Forbath converts. TEM—Bernard Pierce, 11-yard run. McManus converts. TEM—Matt Brown, 2-yard run. McManus converts. UCLA—Forbath, 40-yard field goal. UCLA—Terrence Austin, 32-yard pass from Prince. Forbath converts. UCLA—Forbath, 42-yard field goal. UCLA—Akeem Ayers, 2-yard interception. Rosario, conversion pass from Prince. UCLA—Safety. Statistics UCLA TEM 13 ................................................................. First Downs ............................................................... 18 28/93 .............................................. Carries/Net Yards Rushing .......................................... 42/123 221 ...........................................................Net Yards Passing ........................................................159 31/16/1...................................................Pass Att/Comp/Int.................................................23/13/2 59/314 .................................................Total Plays/Total Yards .............................................. 65/282 Top Individuals Rushing - Brown (T) 20-83-1, Moline (U) 15-69-0, Pierce (T) 12-53-1; Receiving - Rosario (U) 4-66-1, Moline (U) 3-44-0, Pierce (T) 3-33-0, Paulsen (U) 3-31-0; Passing - Prince (U) 16-31-1-221-2, Charlton (T) 13-23-2-159-1; UCLA Tackles - Ayers 9, Ky. Bosworth 7,Verner 7, R. Carter 7, Ko. Bosworth 6.

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GREAT BRUIN Comebacks Largest Overall Comeback Win

Dec. 30, 2005 - UCLA 50, Northwestern 38 at Sun Bowl Northwestern UCLA Attn.: 50,426

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(22-point deficit in the first quarter) UCLA trailed Northwestern 22-0 with 4:21 remaining in the first quarter of the Sun Bowl game in El Paso,TX before rallying for a 50-38 win, completing the largest comeback in school history. The Bruins began their comeback with 15 seconds left in the first quarter when running back Kahlil Bell scored on a five-yard run. UCLA tallied three touchdowns in the second quarter on a 58-yard pass play from Drew Olson to tight end Ryan Moya with 13:57 to play in the quarter; a six-yard run by Bell with 8:26 to play and an eight-yard scoring pass from Olson to wide receiver Marcus Everett with 29 seconds left before the half to take a 29-22 lead into the locker room at intermission. Michael Pitre grabbed a five-yard scoring pass from Olson as the Bruins extended their lead to 36-22 midway through the third quarter. Northwestern closed to 36-25 after a third quarter (4:40) field goal. In the fourth quarter, the Wildcats narrowed the margin to 36-31 after a touchdown pass with 2:29 left in the game, but misfired on a two-point conversion pass. Breazell then returned the onside kickoff 42 yards for a touchdown to make it 43-31 Bruins. Northwestern drove down the field and scored with 24 seconds to play and kicked the extra point to make the score 43-38. Breazell then repeated his earlier feat by fielding the onside kickoff attempt and returning it 45 yards for a touchdown.

Largest Fourth-Quarter Comeback Win

Oct. 29, 2005 - UCLA 30, Stanford 27 at Stanford, CA UCLA Stanford

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Weather: Partly Cloudy (70º)

(21-point deficit in the fourth quarter) UCLA trailed Stanford 24-3 after the Cardinal converted a Bruin fumble into a score with 8:26 remaining in the fourth quarter of the contest. UCLA began its comeback on a Maurice Drew six-yard run with 7:04 to play in the fourth quarter, culminating a 65-yard drive which took just 1:22 off the clock. The Bruin defense then forced Stanford to punt without a first down. This time it took just 34 seconds to drive 72 yards, with Drew Olson hitting Drew for a 22yard gain, Marcus Everett for 19 more and Joe Cowan for a 31-yard touchdown. Stanford made one first down on its subsequent possession before kicking the ball back to the Bruins. UCLA took over at its own 34-yard line with 2:30 showing on the clock. On a third-and-five, Olson found Marcedes Lewis for 20 yards to the Stanford 41-yard line.Two consecutive pass interference calls moved the ball to the Cardinal 14-yard line. On fourth-and-one at the six-yard line, Olson found Cowan at the one for a first down. Drew scored on the next play with 46 seconds remaining on the clock. In overtime, Stanford kicked a 42-yard field goal after Justin Hickman recorded his third sack on a third-and-three play at the 18-yard line. On the second play of UCLA’s possession, Olson found Brandon Breazell in the left corner of the end zone for a 23-yard touchdown and the victory.

LARGEST UCLA COME-FROM-BEHIND VICTORIES (Since 1957) Deficit Year 22 2005 21 2005 21 2005 21 2000 21 1982 20 1979 18 1986 17 2004 17 1996 16 1997

Opponent Northwestern (Sun Bowl) at Stanford at Washington State Arizona State at Michigan California Arizona at Washington USC Texas A&M (‘98 Cotton Bowl)

Trailed / Qtr. 0-22 / First 3-24 / Fourth 7-28 / Second 0-21 / Second 0-21 / Second 7-27 / Third 0-18 / Third 7-24 / First 21-38 / Fourth 0-16 / Second

Won 50-38 30-27ot 44-41ot 38-31 31-27 28-27 32-25 37-31 48-41 29-23

Largest Comeback Win Versus USC

Nov. 23, 1996 - UCLA 48, USC 41 at Rose Bowl USC UCLA

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Opponent at Tennessee Arizona State

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(17-point deficit in fourth quarter) Do you believe in miracles? Now you do, after the Bruins rallied from a 17-point, fourth quarter deficit to secure their sixth straight win in the city-series, 48-41, in overtime, before 80,644 spectators in the Rose Bowl. After the teams traded field goals in the first overtime period, Skip Hicks scored the game-winner on a 25-yard run, breaking several Trojan tackles, on the first play of the second overtime period. UCLA then clinched the win when Anthony Cobbs intercepted a fourth-down pass in the end zone and the four-hour, 23-minute battle was over. USC dominated the game for three quarters, like UCLA had for the previous five seasons — forcing turnovers and making the big play on offense. The Trojans marched out to a 17-0 lead in the first 21 minutes of the game, and led 31-21 entering the fourth quarter and 38-21 after R. Jay Soward streaked down the right sideline on his way to a 78-yard scoring play with 11:06 to play in the game. The Bruins narrowed the deficit to 38-24 on a 47-yard field goal by Bjorn Merten with 6:12 remaining.The Bruins quickly got the ball back after pinning USC against its own goal-line and forcing a short punt. Nine plays and 41 yards later, freshman Keith Brown scored from the one-yard line to slice the margin to 38-31 at the 2:49 mark. The ensuing onside kick was recovered by USC. Two plays later the Trojans had a first-and-ten at the Bruin 41 with less than two minutes to play. However, on the next play, junior linebacker Danjuan Magee reached in and hit running back LaVale Woods as he was about to break away from the pack, forcing a fumble. Senior cornerback Kusanti Abdul-Salaam recovered and returned the ball to the Bruin 44. UCLA had 1:27 left on the clock and a single timeout remaining to negotiate 56 yards, trailing 38-31. Quarterback Cade McNown began the drive by connecting with Jim McElroy for 17 yards and three plays later lofted a 23-yarder to Rodney Lee, who made a spectacular diving grab at the USC 11. On the next play, Skip Hicks found the end zone on a burst up the middle. The game was tied when Merten sent the extra point through the uprights and 39 seconds showed on the clock. USC had one last chance to win the game in regulation, after a 39-yard pass play and a pass interference penalty put the ball at the UCLA 23. But Adam Abrams’ 40-yard field goal attempt sailed into the Bruin line, and it was on to overtime for the first time in the series.

LARGEST OPPONENT COME-FROMBEHIND VICTORIES (Since 1957) Deficit Year 21 1996 21 1989 21 1988 19 1970 17 1998 17 1995 15 1959

Opponent Arizona State Washington Washington State Oregon at Miami at Arizona State at Pittsburgh

LARGEST UCLA COME-FROM-BEHIND TIES (Since 1957) Deficit Year 16 1985 16 1983

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Trailed / Qtr. 10-26 / Fourth 10-26 / Fourth

Tied 26-26 26-26

Trailed / Qtr. 7-28 / Second 0-21 / Second 6-27 / Third 21-40 / Fourth 21-38 / Third 10-27 / Third 6-21 / Fourth

Won 42-34 28-27 34-30 41-40 49-45 37-33 25-21


UCLA’S Lettermen

Arnold Ale

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Abbott, Andrew ‘09 Abdellatif, Hazem ’89 Abdul Azziz, Ali ’97-98-99 Abdul-Jabbar, Karim ’92-94-95 Abdul-Salaam, Kusanti ’93-94-95-96 Abraham, Brian ’04-05-06-07 Abrams, Leslie ’20 Adams, Bryan ’90-91-93-94 Adams, Chuck ’86 Adams, Tom ’55 Adkins, Bryce ’76-77 Adkins, James ’28 Agajanian, Larry ’66-67-68 Agnew, James ’43 Aikman, Troy ’87-88 Akers, Arthur ’77-78-79-80 Albany, Tony ’60 Alder, Eugene ’39-40-41 Aldrich, Troy ’93 Ale, Arnold ’90-91-92 Alexander, Chris ’91-92 Alexander, Jim ’84-85-86 Alexander, Kelton ’84-86-87-88 Alexander, Kermit ’60-61-62 Alexander, Kirk ’83-84-85-86 Allen, Brian ’90-91-92-93 Allen, Damien ’97 Allen, David ‘ 09 Allen, Dick ’60-61-62 Allen, Jimmy ’72-73 Allington, Robert ’34 Almquist, Glen ’57-58-59 Altenberg, Kurt ’63-64-65 Alumbaugh, Dennis ’68-69 Amundson, Matt ‘03 Andersen, Chris ’93-94 Andersen, Foster ’59-60-61 Andersen, Norm ’73-74-75 Anderson, Aaron ’91-92-93-94 Anderson, Art ’40-41 Anderson, Avery ’92-93-94-95 Anderson, Dave ’48 Anderson, Ed ’99-00-01 Anderson, Marques ’97-98-00-01 Anderson, Theo ’93 Anderson, Wilbert ’56 Anderson, Willie ’84-85-86-87 Andrasick, Greg ’94-95-96 Andrews, Bob ’43 Andrews, Danny ’81-82-83-84 Andrews, Fred ’52 Andrusyshyn, Zenon ’67-68-69 Angle, Robert ’26-27-28 Anthony, Corwin ’87-88-89-90 Anyanwu, Chinonso ’07-08-09 Arbuckle, Charles ’86-87-88-89 Arceneaux, Whitney ’50-52 Argo, Stacy ’88-89-90-91 Armstrong, Bill ’40-41-42 Armstrong, James ’26 Armstrong, Levi ’75-76-77 Armstrong, Ray ’64-65-66 Armstrong, Sean ’83 Arnold, Jason ’93 Arnold, Mike ’67 Asher, Tom ’44-45-46 Atkins, Larry ’95-96-97-98 Attar, Audie ’99-00-01 Audelo, Dave ’89 Austin, Edward ’31-32-34 Austin, Randy ’87-88-89-90

Austin, Terrence ’06-07-08-09 Avery, Tom ’56-57 Ayanbadejo, Brendon ’96-97-98 Ayers, Akeem ’08-09 Ayers, Derek ’93-94-95-96 Ayers, Eddie ’73-74-75

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Baaden, Steve ’83 Baca, Jeff ’08-09 Baggott, Bill ’74-75 Baggott, Brian ’76-77-78-79 Baida, John ’36-37-38 Bailey, Jeff ’88-89-90-91 Bailie, Ed ’30 Bajema, Ken ’67 Baldwin, Burr ’41-42-46 Baldwin, Clarence ’32-33-35 Baldwin, Harry ’58-59-60 Ball, Dave ’00-01-02-03 Ball, Eric ’85-86-87-88 Ball, Mat ’00-01-02-03 Ball, Russell ’74 Ballard, Bob ’54-55 Ballou, Mike ’67-68-69 Banducci, Eric ’91 Banducci, Russ ’63-64-65 Banning, Wayne ’19-21 Baran, Dave ’81-82-83-84 Barbee, Mike ’79-80-81-82 Barber, Pete ’36 Barkate, Harold ’86-87-88 Barnes, John ’92 Barnhill, Gordon ’36 Barnes, Bruce ’70-71-72 Barr, Robert ’34-35-36 Barta, Charles ’26-27-28 Bartlett, Bob ’68-69-70 Bartlett, Ray ’39-40 Bashore, Rick ’76-77-78-79 Bashore, Ted ’64 Baska, Rick ’71-72-73 Bates, Patrick ’89 Batchkoff, Frank ’83-84-85-86 Baumgartner, Andrew ’05-06 Bauwens, Joe ’60-61-62 Bauwens, Steve ’59-60-61 Beamon, Willie ’74-75 Beardsley, Harold ’46-47 Beban, Gary ’65-66-67 Beck, Julius ’25-26-27 Beling, Willard ’43 Bell, Jason ’96-97-98-00 Bell, Kahlil ’05-06-07-08 Bell, Raymond ’75-76-77 Benjamin, Warner ’52-53-54 Bennett, Brandon ’08-09 Bennett, Drew ’97-98-99-00 Bennett, Tom ’63 Bennett, Tommy ’92-93-95 Benstead, Roy ’58 Benton, Carl ’46-47 Berg, Jim ’70-71 Bergdahl, Bob ’54-55-56 Bergdahl, Lenny ’30-31-32 Bergdahl, Mike ’66 Bergey, Bruce ’68-69-70 Bergman, Jim ’60-61-62 Bergmann, Paul ’82-83 Berliner, Myron ’51-52-53 Bernstein, Gary ’67 Berry, Joe ’32

Bethel-Thompson, McLeod ’07 Betts, Dean ’58-59 Beverly, Randy ’86-87-88-89 Bickers, Gary ’64 Biddle, Brooks ’44-45 Billington, Barry ’56-57 Binney, John ’19-20 Birlenbach, Scrib ’25-26-27 Birren, Don ’55-56 Bischof,Vince ’67-68-69 Bishop, George ’23-24-25-26 Bishop, Harold ’27-28-29 Blake, Tom ’07-08 Blanton, Ed ’02-03-04-05 Bleymaier, Gene ’72-74 Blinn, Steve ’91-92-93 Block, Chris ’83-84 Blower, Albert ’44 Boermeester, Peter ’77-78-79 Boghosian, Sam ’52-53-54 Bohlander, Bryce ’99-00-01-02 Bolden, Bill ’67-68-69 Bolin, Greg ’83-84-85-86 Bonds, Jim ’88-89-90-91 Bono, Steve ’80-81-83-84 Boom, Herbert ’44-45-46 Borden, Don ’43-46 Boschetti, Ryan ’02-03 Bosserman, Gordon ’67-68-69 Bosworth, Korey ’06-07-08-09 Bosworth, Kyle ’05-06-07-09 Boyd, Brent ’75-77-79 Boyd, Jack ’43-44-45 Boyer,Verdi ’32-33-34 Boze, Dave ’73-74 Bradley, Doug ’54-55-56 Bragg, Craig ’01-02-03-04 Braly, Harold ’48-49 Brant, Kevin ’00-01-02-03 Brant, Michael ’77-78-79-80 Braunbeck, Dick ’54 Bray, James ’85 Breazell, Brandon ’04-05-06-07 Breeding, Ed ’42-46 Breeland, Oran ’51 Brehaut, Richard ‘09 Breiniman, Ansel ’29 Brennan, Brent ’93-94 Bresee, Horace ’23-24-25 Bright, Jim ’71-72-73 Brigida, Andrew ’89 Briley, Dave ’73 Brisbin, Kent ’76-77-78 Britten, Larry ’51-52-53 Broadwell, Brewster ’36-37-38 Brockington, Fred ’77 Brown, Brian ’87-88-89-90 Brown, Carl ’27-28-29 Brown, Dave ’43 Brown, Don ’36 Brown, George ’47 Brown, Jack ’46-47-48 Brown, Jayson ’97-98 Brown, Jefferson ’23-24 Brown, Jim ’54-55 Brown, Jim ’74-75-76 Brown, Joe ’38 Brown, John ’56-57-58 Brown, Keith ’96-97-98-99 Brown, Kevin ‘03-04-06-07 Brown, Sam ’53-54-55 Brown, Theotis ’76-77-78 Brown, Trey ’04-05-06-07 Browne, Henry ’86 Bruno, Frank ’80-81-82 Bryan, Jack ’29 Bryson, Brad ’86-87-89 Buchanan, Jim ’49-50 Buck, Steve ’96 Buenafe, Kevin ’81-82-83-84 Bukich, Steve ’74-76-77-78 Burkley, Laurence ’87-88-89 Burks, Raymond ’73-74-75-76 Burnett, Anthony ’87-88 Busby, Harold ’66-67-68 Bussell, Elmer ’22 Butler, Dick ’57-58 Butler, Homer ’76-77 Butler, Ron ’80-81-82-84 Butler, Steve ’63-64-65

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Cabrera, Oscar ’97-98-99-00 Caldwell, Cheyane ’95-96-97-98 Caldwell, Jack ’33 Callahan, Brian ’05 Callies, Gary ’62-63-64 Cameron, Paul ’51-52-53 Campbell, Craig ’70-71 Campbell, Gary ’70-71-72 Campbell, Merle ’43 Campbell, William ’45 Cannon, Glenn ’77-78-79-80 Cantor, Izzy ’36-37-38 Cantor, Leo ’39-40-41 Capp, Don ’46-47 Caragher, Ron ’86-87-88-89 Carey, Nick ’01-02-03 Cargo, Dave ’73-74 Carney, Cormac ’80-81-82 Carroll, Frank ’38-39 Carroll, Randall ’09 Carter, David ’08-09 Carter, Kaleaph ’89-90-91-92 Carter, Keith ’02-04 Carter, Raymond ’08 Carter, Reggie ’06-07-08-09 Carver, Ron ’69-70-71 Cascales, Charles, ’38-39 Case, Ernie ’41-45-46 Cashon, Charles ’24-25 Cass, Greg ’94 Cassaday, Ray ’02 Cassel, Marcus ’02-03-04-05 Cephous, Frank ’80-81-82-83 Chaffin, Jeff ’81-83 Chai, Robert ’03-04-05-06 Chalenski, Mike ’90-91-92 Chambers, Bill ’46-47 Champion, Cornell ’64-66 Champion, John ’66 Chandler, Nate ’08-09 Charles, Russel ’72-73-74 Chavoor, Sherman ’34-35-36 Cheshire, Chuck ’33-34-35 Childers, Marion ’45 Chillar, Brandon, ’00-01-02-03 Christensen, James ’91-92-94-95 Christiansen, Bob ’69-70-71 Christiansen, Gregg ’78-79-80 Chudy, Craig ’57-59-60 Claman, Alan ’65-66-67 Clark, Gene ’71-73-74 Clark, Jamal ’93-94-95-96 Clark, Jeff ’90-91-92-93 Clark, Kenneth ’24-25-26 Clark, Matt ’01-02-03-04 Clark, Walter ’32-33 Clayton, Mike ’70-71 Clayton, Tyson ’01-02-03 Cleary, Robert ’02-04-05 Clemente,Vito ’95-96 Clements, Bill ’45-46-47-48 Clements, Larry ’98 Cline, Darren ’95-96-97 Clinton, David ’83-84-85-86 Coats, Lee ’31-32-33 Cobbs, Anthony ’93-94-95-96 Cochran, Mike ’71 Cochran, Rod ’57-58-59 Coffman, Ricky ’78-79-80-81 Cogswell, Don ’49-50 Cohen, Jack ’39-40 Cole, Randy ’90-91 Coleman, Derrick ’08-09 Coleman, Kenyon ’97-98-99-01 Coleman, Dick ’43 Colletto, Jim ’63-64-65 Collier, Travis ’90-91-92-93 Collins, Donald ’19-20 Collins,Vernon ’23-24 Collins, Willie ’53 Compton, Lynn ’41-42 Cook, Wayne ’91-92-93-94 Cooper, Gwen ’67-68-69 Cope, Bill ’51 Copeland, Ron ’67-68 Coppens, Gus ’75-76-77 Cornish, Frank ’86-87-88-89 Corral, Frank ’76-77 Cory, Frank ’36 Cotti, Dan ’96-97 Coulter, Michael ’75-76-77

Cowan, Joe ’03-04-05-07 Cowan, Patrick ’06-07-08 Cox, Chris ’84 Cox, Larry ’64-65-66 Cox, Robert ’84-85 Craft, Kevin ’08-09 Craig, Bradley ’90-91-92-93 Craig, Paco ’84-85-86-87 Crawford, Bob ’74-75-76 Crawford, Lyndon ’80-81-82-83 Crecion, Gabe ’96-97-99-00 Crestman, John ’68 Cress, Robert ’38 Cronin, Kevin ’84 Cross, Randy ’73-74-75 Cureton, Hardiman ’53-54-55 Cureton, Mickey ’68-69 Curran, Willie ’78-79-80-81 Curry, Dale ’73-74-75 Curti, Noah ’40-41

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Dabov, Dave ’59-60 Dailey, Pete ’51-52-53 Dalby, Dave ’69-70-71 Daluiso, Brad ’89-90 Daly, Marcus ’95 Daly, Rick ’89-90-91-92 Damron, Jeff ’85-86-87 Daniels, Tom ’70-72 Dankworth, Jeff ’74-75-76 Danoff, Troy ’98-99-00-01 Darby, Matt ’88-89-90-91 Dathe, Walt ’61-62-63 Davenport, Bob ’53-54-55 Davidson, Dick ’68 Davis, Akil ’95-96-97 Davis, Bruce ’04-05-06-07 Davis, Bruce ’75-76-77-78 Davis, Chuck ’62-63-64 Davis, Craig ’86-87-88-89 Davis, Elvin ’26-27 Davis, John ’57-58 Davis, Milt ’52-53 Davis, Richard ’26 Davis, Ricky ’90-91-92-93 Davis, Ron ’77-78-79 Davis, Steve ’84 Dawson, Jim ’56-57-58 Deakers, Rich ’64-65-66 Dean, Aundre ’08 Dean, Jake ’08-09 Debay, Terry ’51-52-53-54 DeBose, Ronnie ’78-79-80 Debrow, David ’46-47-48 Decker, Jim ’54-55 Decker, Robert ’30-31-32 DeFrancisco, Nate ’39-40-41 Dellocono, Neal ’81-82-83-84 DeMartinis, Jack ’74-75 Denis, Joe ’34 Denison, Micah ’95 Dennis, Ted ’28-29 Denton, Wes ’86-87-88 Derflinger, Paul ’67 Devlin, Thomas ’25-26 DeWitt, Brad ’80 Dial, Alan ’84-85-86-87 Dias, Bob ’83 Dickerson, George ’34-35-36 Dickey, Kevin ’91-92-93 Diebolt, Doug ’69

Diehl, Ralph ’22 Dills, Preston ’54-56 Dimas, Mike ’31 Dimitro, Mike ’46-47-48 Dimkich, Mitch ’60-61-62 Dinaberg, Bob ’57 DiPoalo, Carmen ’61-62 Debrow, David ’46-47-48 Donahue, Terry ’65-66 Donald, Dick ’65-66 Donatelli, Doug ’82-83 Dorrell, Karl ’82-83-85-86 Doud, Chuck ’52-53 Dougherty, James ’41-42 Dow, Norm ’65-66 Dragovic, Nikola ’04-06-07 Dressel, Dennis ’56-57 Drew, Maurice ’03-04-05 Dubravac, Jon ’98-99-00-02 Duddleston, Tom ’43 Duffy, Ted ’28-29 Duffy, Bill ’48 Dufour, Dan ’79-80-81-82 Dummit, Dennis ’69-70 Duncan, Don ’56-57 Duncan, John ’29-30-31 Duncan, Norm ’29-30-31 Durbin, Steve ’64-65-66 Durden, Mike ’79-80-81-82 Dutcher, Bob ’53-56 Dutcher, Erwin ’64-65-66 Dye, Cecil ’39-40 Dye, Tony ’08-09

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Easley, Kenny ’77-78-79-80 Eatman, Irv ’79-80-81-82 Eaton, Edward ’47-48-49 Ebell, Tyler ’02-03 Eby, Josh ’94-95 Echols, Reggie ’70-71-72 Eck, Keith ’74-75-76 Edgar, Anthony ’78-79 Edison, Justin ’08-09 Edwards, Donnie ’92-93-94-95 Edwards, Joshua ’07-08 Edwards, Oscar ’75-76 Efseaff, Eyoseph ’01-02-03-04 Ehrlich, Lyman ’51 Ekbatani, Nick ’06-08-09 Elias, Chris ’77-78-79-80 Elias, Lou ’56 Ellena, Jack ’52-53-54 Elliott, Stacey ’87-88 Ellis, Alan ’70-71-72 Emanuel, Ben ’01-02-03-04 Embree, Taylor ’08-09 Enger, Bob ’55 Ennen, Henry ’47 Epstein, Herman ’26-27-28 Erlich, Mickey ’65 Erquiaga, John ’65-66-67 Escher, Erik ’78 Escher, Werner ’50-51 Estwick, Mark ’87-88-89 Evans, Mike ’70 Evans, Ron ’86-87 Everett, Marcus ’04-05-06-08

Steve Bono

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UCLA’S Lettermen Gunther, Rich ’72 Gustafson, Mark ’66-67-68 Gutman, Tom ’60-61 Guyton, Brent ’93-94

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Mel Farr

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Fade, Bill ’44-45 Fagerholm, Rod ’58 Fahl, Matt ’73-74-75 Faoa, Asi ’00-01-02-03 Farber, Stu ’56 Farmer, Danny ’96-97-98-99 Farmer, George ’67-68-69 Farr, Andre ’88-89-90-91 Farr, Mel ’64-65-66 Farr Jr., Mel ’84-85-86-87 Farr, Mike ’86-87-88-89 Farris, Kris ’96-97-98 Fears, Charles ’40-41-42 Fears, Tom ’46-47 Feldman, Rudy ’51-52-53 Fenenbock, Charles ’38-39 Ferguson, Donvel ’35-36-37 Ferguson, Mark ’79-81-82 Ferrell, Bobby ’72 Fields, Earl ’26-27-28 Fields, Jerry ’49 Fien, Ryan ’92-94-95 Fikse, Nate ’99-00-01-02 Finlay, Jack ’40-41-42 Finn, Charles ’19 Finstad, Jim ’62 Fiorentino, Tony ’60-61-62 Fitterer, Scott ’93 Flanagan, Mike ’93-94-95 Fleming, Joe ’26-27-28 Fletcher, Anthony ’98-99-00-01 Fletcher, Bryan ’98-99-00-01 Fletcher, John ’31-32 Florence, John ’50-51 Flores, Mike ’71 Flynn, Ed ’50-51-52 Forbath, Kai ’07-08-09 Forbes, Ted ’40-41 Forcier, Chris ’08 Ford, Greg ’94 Ford, Jim ’68-69 Forde, Weldon ’95-96-97 Forge, James ’77-78-79-81 Forster, George ’28-29-30 Foster, DeShaun ’98-99-00-01 Foster, Don ’51-53 Fowler, John ’75-76-77 Fox, Dennis ’01 Francis, Don ’62-63-64 Francisco, Kent ’62-63-64 Francois, Greg ’83-84-85 Franey, David ’86 Frankel, Lorry ’71 Franklin, Johnathan ‘09 Franklin, Scott ’83-84-85 Frankovich, Lee ’36-37 Frankovich, Mike ’32-33-34 Frawley, John ’36-38-39 Fraychineaud, Chuck ’50-51 Frazier, Cliff ’74-75 Freedman, Morris ’65 Freitas, Steve ’68-70 French, Marion ’27-28-29 Frost, Wallace ’22-24-25-26 Fry, Art ’72 Frye, Stuart ’36 Fryer, Mike ’72-73 Fuller, Rick ’89-90-91-92 Funk, Fred ’34-35-36 Funke, Sigfried ’33-34 Fyson, Ed ’45

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Gaines, Gene ’58-59-60 Galigher, Ed ’70-71 Gallagher, Clay ’72 Gallatin, Donovan ’92-93 Gamble, Robert ’90-91-92-93 Garcia, Robert ’04 Gardner, Earle ’23-24-25 Garibaldi, Bob ’83-84-85-86 Garratt, Mike ’67-68-69 Gary, Joe ’78-79-80-81 Gary, Richard ’34 Gaschler, Randy ’70-71-72 Gasser, Joe ’82-83-84-85 Gaston, Dave ’40-41 Geddes, Bob ’68-69 Geitner, Adam ’99 Gelfand, Chuck ’55 Gemza, Steve ’80-81-82-83 Gertsman, Steve ’56-57-58 Geverink, Al ’61-62-63 Ghezzi, James ’98-99 Ghormley, Dan ’62 Gibbs, Dave ’61-62-63 Gibbs, Johnny ’77-78-79 Gibson, Alfred ’28-29 Gideon, Aron ’89-90-91-92 Gilbert, Dan ’72 Gilbert, Fred ’89 Gilmore, Dale ’37-38-39 Givens, Quentin ’92 Glasser, Jeff ’84-85-86-87 Glicksberg, Scott ’05-06-07-08 Goebel, Joe ’83-84-85-86 Gomer, Dave ’78 Goodman, Brian ’70-71 Goodrich, Paul ’67 Goodstein, Maurice ’28-29-30 Goodwin, Marvin ’91-92-93 Gordon, Ike ’78-79-80-81 Gordon, Scott ’82-83 Gould, Stanley ’26-27-28 Goynes, Chester ’80 Graham, Danny ’68-69 Graham, Doug ’44 Grant, Wes ’68-69 Grau, Jeff ’98-99-00-01 Graves, Ryan ’06-07-08 Gray, Carlton ’89-90-91-92 Gray, Rex ’81-82 Greedy, Garrett ’90-91-92-93 Green, Gaston ’84-85-86-87 Green, Jason ’91-92-93-94 Green, Sandy ’65-66-67 Greenwood, Carl ’91-92-93-94 Greenwood, Marcus ’84-85-86 Grider, Dallas, ’65-66 Grieb, Mike ’95-96-97-98 Griffin, Edison ’56 Griffin, Harold ’66-67-68 Griffith, Chris ’99-00-01-02 Griffith, Kim ’67-68 Griswold, Hoxie ’42-46 Grossman, Aubrey ’29-31 Grounds, Randy ’77 Groves, J.D. ’02-03 Grubb, Gerald ’40-41 Gueringer, Ron ’77 Gueringer, Tony ’78 Guidry, Javelin ’94-95-96-97 Guidry, Paul ’93-94-95-96 Gully, Sean ’94-95-96-97

Hackett, Kyle ’83 Haffner, Mike ’61-63-64 Haight, Leslie ’30 Hair, J.J. ’04-05-06 Hakes, Randy ’98-99 Hale, John ’05-06-07-08 Hale, Lynn ’49 Hall, John ’00 Hall, Larry ’79-80 Hall, Santi ’98-99 Hampton, Kerns ’30-32 Hampton, Russ ’54-55 Hansen, Howard ’48-49-50 Hanson, Bob ’44-45 Haralson, Burnett ’19-20-22-23 Haradon, Howard ’34 Harden, Wilbur ’75-76 Hardin, Harold ’74-75-76 Harkey, Cory ’08-09 Harmon, Mark ’72-73 Harper, Joe ’56-57-58 Harris, Akil ’00-01-02-03 Harris, Earl ’35-36-37 Harris, Esker ’55-56 Harris, Merle ’36-38 Harris, Mike ’08-09 Harrison, Jason ’02-04 Harrison, Morrie ’42 Hartmeier, Mike ’82-83-84-85 Harvey, Clarence ’43 Harwell, Brigham ’04-05-06-08 Haslam, Fred ’31-32-33 Haslam, Warren ’38 Hassler, Edgar ’31-32-33 Hastings, Charles ’24-25-26 Hastings, John ’34-35-36 Hatcher, Orville ’46 Hauck, Bill ’61-62-63 Havner, Spencer ’02-03-04-05 Heater, Adam ’08 Helm, John ’78-79 Henderson, Bob ’25-26-27 Henderson, Othello ’90-91-92 Henderson, Scott ’71 Henderson, Ted ’85 Hendricks, Phil ’70 Hendry, Robert ’31-32-33 Henley, Darryl ’85-86-87-88 Henry, Wally ’74-75-76 Hermann, Johnny ’53-54-55 Herrera, Andy ’65-66-67 Herrera, Efren ’71-72-73 Herrera, Mike ’75 Hershman, Leo ’49-50 Hesse, Don ’39 Heydenfeldt, Bob ’52-53-54 Hickman, Gale ’62-63 Hickman, Justin ’04-05-06 Hicks, Chuck ’59-60-61 Hicks, DuVal ’95-96-97-98 Hicks, Skip ’93-94-96-97 Hill, Ernest ’37-38-39 Hilliard, Dalton ‘09 Hinshaw, Lynn ’67 Hirshon, Hal ’36-37-38 Hohl, Mason ’43 Hoisch, Alan ’46-47 Holcomb, Eric ’93-94-95 Holland, Pete ’96-97-98-99 Holland, Tyler ’07 Hollaway, Chuck ’55-56 Hollingsworth, Cece ’23-24-25 Holman, H. R. ’43 Holmes, Damien ‘09 Holmes, Fred ’04-05-07 Hookano, Steve ’71-72 Hopwood, Don ’77-78 Horgan, Paul ’63-64-65 Horta, Joe ’50 Horton, Chris ’04-05-06-07 Horton, Myke ’73-74 Horton, Troy ’43 Hosea, Bobby ’77-78 Houston, Lovell ’99 Howard, Bob ’52 Howard, Jack ’43

Howard, Sean ’88-89 Howell, Harper ’80-81-82-83 Hoyt, Bill ’46-47 Hubbard, Phil ’76-77-78-79 Hudson, James ’25-26-27 Hudspeth, Marcus ’84-85-86 Huff, Doug ’68-69-70 Huff, Robert ’20 Hull, Ron ’59-60-61 Huma, Ramogi ’95-97-98 Hummel, Ben ’87 Hunt, Howard ’41-46 Hunt, Don ’47-48-49 Hunter, Joe ’99-00-01-02 Huse, Russell ’28-29 Hutchins, Adam ’83-86 Hutt, Eddie ’64-65-66

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Ieremia-Stansbury, Ed ’98-99-00-01 Ioja, Bob ’96 Inglis, Bill ’52 Ippolito, Tony ’97-99 Irvin, P.J. ’06-07 Irvine, Gifford ’84-85-86 Irwin, Ed ’40-41 Isaia, Sale ’91-92-93-94 Izmirian, Albert ’42

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Jackson, Chris ’99-00 Jacobs, Brian ’89-90 Jacobson, Abe ’19 Jacobson, Don ’28-29-31 Jacobson, Keith ’88-89 Jacoby, Mike ’74 Jackson, Billy Don ’77-78-79 Jackson, John ’24-25-26 Jackson, Melvin ’84-85-86-87 Jackson, Warren ’62-63 James, Gary ’73 James, Mil‘Von ’03-04 James, Stewart ’20 Jarecki, Steve ’82-83-84-85 Jarvis, William ’24 Jaso, Jerry ’69-70 Jasper, Shane ’91-92-93-94 Jennings, Charles ’23-24-25 Jensen, Keith ’61 Jensen, Roy ’48-49-50 Jessen, James ’02 Jessup, Morris ’25 Johns, Gerald ’63-64 Johnson, Bret ’89 Johnson, Chance ’85-86-87-88 Johnson, Chris ’04 Johnson, Dominique ’07-08 Johnson, Ernie ’46-47-48-49 Johnson, Jim ’58-59-60 Johnson, John ’41-46 Johnson, Kermit ’71-72-73 Johnson, Mitch ’62-63-64 Johnson, Mitch ’85 Johnson, Norm ’78-79-80-81 Johnston, Dan ’67 Jolly, Mike ’80-81 Jondle, Riley ’03-04-05-06 Jones, Anthony ’94 Jones, Arthur ’22-23-24-25 Jones, Brian ’86 Jones, Carl ’62-63 Jones, Datone ’08-09 Jones, Dick ’45 Jones, Eugene ’72-73 Jones, Frank ’69-70 Jones, Gerald ’78 Jones, Gordon, ’30-31-32 Jones, Greg ’67-68-69 Jones, Ike ’50-51-52 Jones, Ivory ’59-60 Jones, Jimmie ’72-73 Jones, Ted ’39-40 Jordan, Al ’89-91-92 Jordan, Fritz ’86-87-88 Jordan, Kevin ’92-93-94-95 Jordan, Wes ’83 Jorgensen, Bruce ’68-69 Joseph, Chris ’04-05-06-07 Joyce, Cody ’98-99-00-01

K

Kahn, Mitch ’74-75-76 Kase, George ’92-93-94-95 Kealey, Pat ’71-72 Keating, David ’86-87-88 Keeble, Joseph ’31-32-33 Keefer, Robert ’44-46-47 Keeton, Rocen ’87-88-89-90 Keim, Paul ’22 Kelly, Brian ’88-89-90-91 Kelly, Jon ’89-90 Kendall, Chuck ’57-58 Kendricks, Marv ’70-71 Kennedy, Paul ’91-92-93-94 Ketchum, Gavin ’05-06-08-09 Key, R. F. (Ted) ’34 Keyes, Dennis ’04-05-06-07 Keyes, Luther ’50-51 Keyler, Courtney ’90-91-92-93 Kezirian, Blane ’01-02-03 Kezirian, Ed ’72-73 Kezirian, Rob ’75-76 Kia, Micah ’06-07-08 Kibbe, George ’26 Kibble, Robert ’05 Kidder, John ’84-85-86-87 Kiefer, Ken ’44-45-46 Kilmer, Bill ’58-59-60 Kimble, Phil ’74 King, Bob ’57-58 King, Nelson ’44-45 Kinney, Jack ’40 Kipnis, Howard ’77-78 Kirby, Dean ’49-51 Kirschke, Travis ’93-94-95-96 Kitchen, Bill ’41 Kjeldgaard, Kipp ’87-88-89 Klein, Jerry ’64-65 Kline, Doug ’85-86-87-88 Klosterman, Steve ’72-73 Kluwe, Chris ’03-04 Knowles, Lee ’82-83-84 Knox, Milton ‘09 Knox, Ronnie ’55 Knudson, Laddie ’23 Knupper, Max ’70-71 Kocher, Ken ’98-99-00-01 Koral, David ’04-05 Kordakis, James ’84 Krall, Luke ’00-01 Krehbiel, Don ’43 Kroeber, George ’51 Kroener, Frank ’36-37 Kuehn, Art ’72-73-74 Kukulica, Rick ’73-74 Kurrasch, Roy ’42-45-46 Kuykendall, Fulton ’72-73-74 Kvitky, Ben ’39-40 Kyzivat, Louis ’37-38-39

L

LaBrucherie, Bert ’26-27-28 LaChapelle, Sean ’89-90-91-92 Laidman, Dan ’51-52 Lake, Carnell ’85-86-87-88 Lambert, Dion ’88-89-90-91 Lane, Herb ’50-51 Lang, Walter ’80-81-82 Langston, Guy ’77 Lanis, Aleksey ’06-07 Larimore, Patrick ‘09

Johnny Lynn

LaRose, Chad ’91-92 Lassalette, Tom ’88-91 Lassner, Jack ’70-71-72 Lauter, Danny ’80-81-82 Lawhorn, Kim ’90-91-92-93 Lawrence, Teddy ’92-93-94-95 Leal, Russ ’70-71-72 Leckman, Arnold ’49 Lee, Eugene ’43-44-45 Lee, Kenny ’74-75-76 Lee, John ’82-83-84-85 Lee, Larry ’78-79-80 Lee, Rodney ’94-96-97 Leeka, Bill ’56-57-58 Leggins, Bobby ’79 Lehmann, Shane ’00-01-02-03 Leisle, Rodney ’00-01-02-03 Lembeck, Bert ’26 Lemmerman, Alan ’70-71-72 Leonard, Robert ’46 Leoni, Eugene ’81-82 Lepisto, Garrett ’01-02-03 Lepisto,Vic ’64-66-67 Lescoulie, Jack ’40-41-42 Lesley, Jason ’93 Leventhal, Barry ’63-64-65 Levy, Dave ’52-53 Lewand, Ray ’48-50-51 Lewin, Kurt ’57 Lewis, Jermaine ’97-98-99-00 Lewis, Marcedes ’02-03-04-05 Lightner, Clifford ’33 Lilyquist, Rodney ’28 Link, Dennis ’00-01-02-03 Linn, Mike ’89-90-91 Lippman, Melville ’19-20 Littleton, Nkosi ’90-91-92-93 Livesay, Ransom ’32-33-34 Livingston, Cliff ’50-51 Lloyd, Glenwood ’29 Locke, Jeff ‘09 Lockett, Bret ’05-06-07-08 Lockwood, Brian ’87-88-89-90 Lo’Curto, John ’61-62-63 Lodish, Mike ’86-87-88-89 Lombard, Kenneth ’05-06-07 Lombard, Kory ’98-99-00 London, Justin ’02-03-04-05 Long, Bob ’52-53-54 Long, Don ’56-57-58 Long, Freeman ’25-26 Longo, Tony ’58-59-60 Lorier, Benjamin ’03-04 Lott, Sinclair ’32-33-34 Loudd, Rommie ’53-54-55 Love, Duval ’81-82-83-84 Love, Glenn ’08-09 Luster, Marv ’58-59-60 Lyman, Brad ’69-70-72 Lyman, Dell ’38-39-40 Lynn, Johnny ’75-76-77-78 Lyons, Damion ’90

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Macari, Frank ’59-60-61 Mackey, Clarence ’41 MacLachian, Bruce ’48-49-50 MacPherson, Don ’38-39-40 Maddox, Tommy ’90-91 Magee, Danjuan ’94-95-96-97 Maggio, Kirk ’86-87-88-89 Mahan, Mike ’83


UCLA’S Lettermen Mahlstedt, Don ’80-81-82 Maiava, Kai ‘09 Main, Jim ’76-77-78-79 Maizlish, Bryan ’82 Makakaufaki, Saia ’99-00-01-02 Malmberg, Don ’42-43-45-46 Malone, James ’88-89-90-91 Mancini, Dom ’71 Mandula, Francis ’49-50 Manning, Bob ’68-69-70 Manning, Don ’65-66-67 Manning Jr., Ricky ’99-00-01-02 Mannon, Mark ’82-83-84 Manumaleuna, Frank ’74 Marienthal, Mike ’42-43 Markel, Art ’43 Markey, Chris ’04-05-06-07 Markham, Dean ’44-45 Markowitz, Barry ’74 Marlett, Walter ’41 Marston, Charles ’21 Martin, Travis ’07 Martinez, Mike ’73-74 Marty, Pat ’78 Marvin, Joe ’49-50-51 Mascola, Lou ’76 Mason, Bill ’57 Mason, Mike ’79-80-81 Massey, Thaddeus ’93-95-96 Mastera, Jim ’84-85-86 Matheny, Dwight ’24-25-26 Matheny, Jim ’55-56 Matheson, Martin ’38-39-40 Matheson, Tory ’67-68 Mathews, Ned ’38-39-40 Mathis, Wendell ’02 Matthews, West ’46-47-48-49 Maurer, Mark ’47 Mayer,Vic ’78-79 Mayfield, Paul ’66 Maxwell, William ’31-32-33 McAlister, James ’72-73 McAteer, Tim ’64-65-66 McBride, Tod ’95-96-97-98 McCabe, Mike ’44 McCann, Ryan ’99-00-01 McChesney, Bob ’32-34-35 McClave, Andrew ’91-92-93 McCloskey, Mike ’02-03-04-05 McClure, Darren ’93-94-95-96 McConnaughy, James ’47 McConnell, Lawrence ’34-35-37 McCracken, Brendan ’85-86-87-88 McCullough, Abdul ’93-94-95-96 McCullough, Jim ’82-83-84-85 McDougall, Gerry ’54-55 McDougall, Thomas ’24-25-26 McElroy, Jim ’94-95-96-97 McElroy, Lee ’67-68-69 McEwan, Scott ’99-00-01 McFarland, Matt ’77-78-79-80 McGaffrey, Mike ’66 McGaugh, Eugene ’84 McGee, Jeremy ’06 McGill, Mark ’86-87-88-89 McGue, Delbert ’32-33 McIntire, Ken ’63 McKay, Jack ’54 McKenzie, Leonard ’42 McKenzie, Stuart ’40-41 McKinnely, Phil ’73-74-75 McLandrich, Greg ’68-69 McLaughlin, Leon ’46-47-48-49 McMillan, Lloyd ’29-30-31 McNairy, Louis ’36 McNeal, Eric ’03-04-05-06 McNeal, Jeff ’96 McNeil, Freeman ’77-78-79-80 McNeill, Fred ’71-72-73 McNown, Cade ’95-96-97-98 McPherson, Pat ’88-89-90 McSween, Alton ’72-73 Meadows, Chris ’07-08 Medlock, Justin ’03-04-05-06 Mefferd, Frank ’43 Mehr, Steve ’85-86-87-88 Meigs, Raymond ’19 Melsby, Brad ’95-97-98-99 Mena, Xavier ’46-50 Menifield, Bobby ’85-86-87-88 Merrill, Mike ’92 Merrill, William ’32

Merten, Bjorn ’93-94-95-96 Metcalf, Jack ’58-59-60 Mewborn, Gene ’81-82-83 Meyer, Rick ’86-87-88-89 Meyers, Andy ’95-96-97-98 Mike, Robert ’46-47 Milum, Edward ’29-30 Millan, Chad ’94 Miller, Andy ’87-88-89 Miller, Chuckie ’83-84-85-86 Miller, Ed ’50-51 Miller, Jamir ’91-92-93 Miller, Jeff ’08-09 Miller, Jim ’63-64-65 Miller, Mitch ’93-94 Miller, Scott ’89-90 Miller, Willie ’73 Milliner, James ’92-93-94-95 Michel, Howard ’33 Mitchell, Freddie ’98-99-00 Mitchell, Hal ’49-50-51 Mitchell, Jim ’37-38-39 Mociler, Paul ’01-02-03-04 Mohl, Curt ’77-78-79-80 Mok,Vince ’70-71-72 Molina, Mike ’76-77-78 Moline, Chad ’07 Moline, Chane ’06-07-08-09 Moline, Chase ’05-06-07-08 Molrine, Ron ’23 Monahan, Steve ’73-74 Montgomery, Blanchard ’79-80-81-82 Montgomery, Jack ’36-37-38 Montoya, Max ’77-78 Moomaw, Donn ’50-51-52 Moore, Bob ’50-51 Moore, Jeff ’98 Moore, Jevone ’94-95 Moore, Matt ’02-03 Moore, Michael ’90-91 Moore, Rahim ’08-09 Moore, Reggie ’87-88-89-90 Moore, Reynaud ’69-70 Moore, Terry ’83-84 Moreau, Ismael ’92 Morehead, Terry ’81-82 Moreno, Gil ’53-54-55 Morgan, George ’50 Morgan, Karl ’79-80-81-82 Morgan, Kyle ’04-05 Morgan, Steve ’99-00-01-02 Morris, Marvin ’77-78 Morris, Nate ’87 Morton, Dave ’76-77 Morze, Mark ’72 Moss, Idris ‘03 Moss, Martin ’78-79-80-81 Moutra, Antwon ’08-09 Moya, Ryan ’05-06-08-09 Moyneur, Paul ’70-71-72 Mugler, Charles ’25 Muir, Larry ’90 Mulhaupt, Richard ’29-30-31 Muller, Walter ’32-33 Munro, Jack ’43 Murdock, Lawrence ’35-36-37 Muro, Jeff ’75-77-78 Murphy, Dennis ’65-66-67 Murphy, Rex ’48 Murphy, Tom ’76 Murphy, William ’33-34-35 Myers, Jack ’44-46-47

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Naar, Joe ’46 Nader, Jim ’68-69-70 Nagel, Ray ’46-47-48-49 Nanoski, John ’73-74 Narleski, Ted ’50-51-52 Nash, Robert ’36-37 Nece, Ryan ’98-99-00-01 Neighbor, Richard ’44 Nelson, Byron ’63-64-65 Nelson, Dan ’45-46-47 Nelson, Danny ’04-05-06 Nelson, Don ’45 Nelson, Glenn ’29 Nelson, Harvey ’28-29 Nelson, Kevin ’80-81-82-83 Nelson, Paul ’99 Neufeld, Ryan ’95-96-97-98 Neuheisel, Rick ’81-82-83

Nevadomsky, Jason ’95-97 Nguyen, Mike ’91-92-93-94 Nichols, Perry ’76 Nielsen, Ron ’91-92 Nikcevich, John ’46-47-48-49 Niusulu, C.J. ’02-03-04 Noble, Eugene ’27-28-29 Nordli, Phil ’32-33 Norfleet, Greg ’72-73-74 Norfleet, Haughton ’30-31-32 Norrie, David ’82-83-84-85 Norris, Clarence ’53-54 Norris, Michael ’04-05-07-08 Norris, Trusse ’57-58-59 Norton, Ken ’84-85-86-87 Norton, Pat ’01-02-03-04 Novitsky, Craig ’90-91-92-93 Nowinski, Jeff ’84-85 Noyes, Dave ’63 Nuttall, Dave ’66-67 Nwoke, Ted ’92-93-94-95

O

Oatis, Shawn ’06-07 Obbema, Rick ’76-77 Obidine, John ’41-42 Oesterling, Tim ’69-70 O’Garro, Pete ’51-55-56 Ogden, Beverly ’29 Ogden, Jonathan ’92-93-94-95 Oglesby, Paul ’57-58-59 Ohaeri, Nnamdi ’02-03 Okuneff, Gerry ’53-54 O’Leary, Prentice ’62-63-64 Oliver, Al ’72-73 Oliver, Homer ’30-31-32 Oliver, Jim ’67 Olmstead, Remington ’33-34-35 Olson, Ben ’06-07-08 Olson, Carl ’34-35-41 Olson, Drew ’02-03-04-05 Olson, Harold ’19-20-21 Olson, Milo ’26 Onwutuebe, Emmanuel ’88-89-90-91 O’Quinn, Carrick ’90-91-92-93 Oram, Phil ’60-61-62 Oredugba, Olukayode ’04-05 Otey, Dave ’77-78-80-81 Overhauser, Chad ’94-95-96-97 Overlin, Bill ’38-39-40 Owen, Dave ’51-52 Owens, James ’75-76-77-78 Owens, Jerry ’00 Oxford, Rex ’41

P

Pace, Gayle ’49-50-51 Page, Charles ’47 Page, Kenny ’80-82-83 Page, Jarrad ’02-03-04-05 Pagni, Mike ’92 Pahulu, Otieni ’86 Paige, Bill ’86-87-88-89 Painter, Earl ’30 Palmer, Steve ’53-54-55 Pankopf, Tory ’83-84-85-86 Paopao, Tony ’76 Pardi, Don ’43 Parisi, Tillie ’23-24 Parker, Maury ’23 Parker,Vaughn ’90-91-92-93 Parslow, Phil ’56-57-58 Pastre, George ’46-47-48-49 Paton, George ’88-89-90-91 Paton, Tom ’59-60-61 Patterson, Ernest ’32-33 Patton, Marvcus ’86-87-88-89 Patton, Thomas ’03 Paul, Don ’43-44-46-47 Paul, Rick ’65-66 Paulsen, Logan ’05-06-07-09 Pauly, Ira ’51-52-53 Paus, Cory ’99-00-01-02 Pavich, Mike ’69-70-71 Peak, Loran ’22-23-24-25 Pearce, Kent ’73-74 Pearman, Greg ’69-70-71 Pearson, Wade ’65-66-67 Peddie, Will ’43 Pederson, Don ’73-75-76-77 Pedrini, Tom ’43 Peeke, Gerald ’72-73

Peers, Ray ’35-36 Pele, Pete ’75-76 Penaranda, Jairo ’79-80 Penner, Gerald ’55-56 Pentecost, John ’62-63-64 Perez, Aaron ’05-06-07-08 Perez, Louis ’91-92 Pernecky, Paul ’90-91-92-93 Perry, Tab ’00-01-02-04 Person, Barney ’74-75 Pertulla, Rick ’68 Peters, Adam ’01 Peters, Doug ’54-55 Peterson, Cal ’71-72-73 Peterson, Dan ’55-57 Peterson, Dan ’82 Peterson, Dave ’56-57-58 Peterson, Dick ’62-63-64 Peterson, Earl ’70-71 Peterson, Elwin ’25-26-27 Peterson, John ’51-52-53-54 Peterson, Marion ’45 Petrie, Roger ’86 Pfeiffer, George ’36-37-38 Phelan, Matt ’97-98-99 Phifer, Roman ’87-88-90 Phillips, Art ’57-58-59 Phillips, George ’41-42-44 Phillips, Sean ’99-00-01-02 Phillips, Tony ’82-83-84-85 Phinny, Sherm ’37-38 Pickert, Joe ’85-86-87 Pieper, Billy ’98-99 Pierce, Tyrone ’94-95-96-97 Pierovich, John ’57-58-59 Pierson, Ray ’41-42 Pifferini, Bob ’69-70-71 Pike, Charles ’34-35-36 Pinkston, Pat ’56 Pitre, Michael ’04-05-06 Pitts, Ron ’81-82-83-84 Piver, Arthur ’32 Plemmons, Brad ’77-78-80-81 Polak, Brian ’97-98-99-00 Poli-Dixon, Brian ’97-98-00-01 Polizzi, Ignatius ’46-48 Porter, Jack ’45 Potter, Ken ’82-83-84 Pottios, Moe ’94 Presley, Morrell ‘09 Preston, Steve ’68-69 Price, Brian ’07-08-09 Price, Dennis ’84-85-86-87 Price, Durell ’96-97-98-99 Price, Sheldon ‘09 Primus, James ’84-85-86-87 Prince, Kevin ’09 Profit, Mel ’61-62-63 Pryor, Jon ’86-87-88-89 Puffer, Jeff ’97 Purdy, Rick ’66-67-68 Putnam, Bill ’44

Q

Quinby, Roy ’21 Quarles, Bernard ’79

R

Rae, James ’88 Raffee, Alan ’51 Rafferty, Thomas ’31-32-33 Ramirez, Christian ’06-07-09 Ramsey, Herschel ’72-73-74 Ramsey, Tom ’79-80-81-82 Randle, David ’82-83-84 Raney, Jack ’33 Raney, Matt ’05 Rasmus, Bob ’27-28-29 Rasshan, Osaar ’07 Ray, Billy ’85-86-87-88 Ray, George ’25 Ray, Joe ’52-53-54 Raymo, Jibril ’01-02 Ream, John ’01 Record, Clayton ’70 Reece, Severn ’75-76-77-78 Reed, Jack ’62 Reed, Micah ’06-07-08 Reel, Stanley ’32-33 Reemsten, Brian ’90 Rees, Danny ’09

Mike Nguyen Reese, Devon ’99-00-01 Reese, Floyd ’67-68-69 Reese, Marcus ’99-00-01-02 Reeves, Doug ’80 Reichle, Art ’35-36 Reid, Scott ’77-78 Reidt, Eric ’93 Reiges, Ben ’46-47 Reinhard, Robert ’29 Reilly, Paul ’86 Remsberg, John ’29 Reyes, Bob ’73-74-75 Reynolds, Jim ’64 Reynosa, Mark ’97-98 Rice, Dan ’71 Richards, Brian ’92-93-94-95 Richards, David ’87 Richardson, Bob ’63-64-65 Richardson, John ’64-65-66 Richardson, Paul ’88-89-90-91 Riddle, Everett ’41-42 Riggs, Darrell ’48-49-50 Rile, Glen ’35-36 Riley, Avon ’79-80 Riskas, Mike ’57-58 Roberts, Dick ’45 Roberts, Gerry ’72-73 Roberts, Howard ’29-30-31 Robinson, George ’35-36 Robinson, G. H. ’43 Robinson, Jackie ’39-40 Robinson, Jerry ’75-76-77-78 Robinson, Raymond ’78-79 Robotham, George ’42-45 Roenicke, Josh ’02 Roesch, Johnny ’43-44-46-47 Rogers, Don ’80-81-82-83 Rogers, Eric ’83-85-86 Rohlinger, George ’88 Rohme, Mike ’92-93-94-95 Rohrer, Robert ’43 Roof, Mike ’64-65-66 Roques, Aaron ’94-95-96-97 Roques, Ryan ’96-97-98-99 Rosario, Nelson ’08-09 Rosenkrans, Joe ’59-60-61 Ross, Ben ’34 Rossell, Eddie ’20-21 Rossi, Cal ’44-45-46-47 Rosskopf, Bob ’23 Rotstein, Jimmy ’07-08 Rowell, Russell ’80-81 Rowland, Gene ’45-46-47-48 Rubinstein, Brian ’07 Rubio, Chris ’94-95-96-97 Rubio, Garrett ’09 Ruckman, Jeff ’93-95-96-97 Ruddy, Lorenz ’22 Ruettgers, Joe ’38-39 Rumbaoa, Phil ’79 Russell, Bob ’44-45-46-47 Russo, Mario ’41 Russom, Jerry ’27-28-29 Rutledge, Craig ’83-84-85-86 Ruziecki, Brian ’05-06 Ryland, John ’36-37-38

S

Sabol, Joe ’50-51-52 Saenz, Ernie ’77 Saffer, Mike ’99-00-01-02

Sailer, Chris ’95-96-97-98 Saipale, Toa ’78-79-81-82 Salsbury, Jim ’51-52-53-54 Sanchez, Chris ’92-94 Sanchez, Lupe ’79-80-82-83 Sandifer, Bill ’72-73 Sandifer, Dominic ’88-91 San Jose, Bobby ’87-88 Sargent, Earl ’35-36 Sarpy, James ’75-76-77 Sarver, Joe ’33 Sauter, Chad ’94-95-96-97 Savage, Darius ’07-08-09 Schager, Darren ’91-92-93-94 Schell, Walt ’35-36-37 Schexnayder, Anthony ’87-88-89-90 Schmidt, Mark ’86-87 Schmidt, Pat ’75-76 Schmitt, Mike ’08-09 Schneider, Bert ’46 Schoner, Bob ’63 Schroeder, Cliff ’48-49 Schroeder, Jay ’80 Schroeder, Robert ’34-35-36 Schroller, Karl ’92-93-94 Schuh, Charlie ’05 Schuhmann, Charlie ’72-73-74 Schwartz, Randy ’62 Schwenk,Vic ’46 Sciarra, John ’72-73-74-75 Sciarra, John ’02 Scribner, Rob ’70-71-72 Scott, Burness ’81-82 Scott, Eric ’95-96-97 Scott, Tyler ’95 Seidman, Mike ’99-00-01-02 Selecky, Mark ’87 Senteno, Rick ’78-79 Sergel, Jack ’22 Sermons, Brandon ’09 Serwanga, Wasswa ’96-97 Settles, Gene ’72-73-74 Sharpe, Luis ’78-79-80-81 Shaw, Meech ’89-90 Sheley, Dale ’74 Sheller, Henry ’44-46 Shelton, Ken ’91-92 Sheppard, Craig ’07-09 Sherrard, Mike ’82-83-84-85 Shinnick, Don ’54-55-56 Shinnick, Josh ’82-83-84-85 Shipkey, Jerry ’44-46-47 Shipman, Travis ’92-93-94-95 Shirk, Marshall ’59-60-61 Shoemaker, Steve ’75 Short, Dick ’48-49-50 Short, Keith ’00-01-02-03 Shubin, John ’37 Shubin, William ’39 Siewierski, Jerzy ’07-08-09 Simons, John ’44 Simpson, Clifton ’27-28-29 Simpson, David ’85 Simpson, Robert ’39-40-41 Simpson, Sherwood ’49 Sims, Arthur ’70 Sindell, Steve ’63-64 Singler, Jake ’26-27-28 Singleton, Ezell ’60-61-62 Skaggs, Nathaniel ’05-07-08 Slagle, Larry ’65-66-67 Slater, Matthew ’06-07

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UCLA’S Lettermen Sloan, Steve ’08-09 Smalley, Rod ’91-92-93-94 Smalley, Steve ’67-68 Smith, Arthur ’26-29 Smith, Bobby ’59-60-61 Smith, Brian ’79 Smith, Charles ’30-31 Smith, Chester ’29 Smith, Damon ’96-97 Smith, Dave ’57 Smith, Earl ’59-60 Smith, Earl ’84-85 Smith, Eric ’84-85-86-88 Smith, Frank ’43 Smith, Hal ’55-56 Smith, Jeff ’74-75 Smith, John ’45 Smith, John (Cappy) ’50-51-52 Smith, John ’53-55 Smith, Julian ’33-34 Smith, Kevin ’88-89-90-91 Smith, Lee ’77 Smith, Mark ’76 Smith, Martin ’19 Smith, Milt ’40-41-42 Smith, Nathan (Skip) ’58-59-60 Smith, Ray ’57-58-59 Smith, Rob ’61-62 Smith, Ryan ’00-01-02-03 Smith,Vic ’41-42-44 Smith, Willie ’65-67 Snead, William ’04-05-06-07 Snelling, Ken ’41-42 Snyder, Greg ’69-70-71 Soenksen, Matt ’92-93-94-95 Sogoian, Justin ’95-96 Solari, Al ’41-42 Solid, Ken ’44-45 Solomon, Edward ’27-29-30 Soltis, John ’90 Sommers, Jack ’38-39-40 Sosnowski, Steve ’76-77 Spalding, Scott ’88-89-90-91 Sparlis, Al ’41-42-45 Spaulding, William ’34-36 Spielman, Art ’42 Spindler, Rich ’65-66-67 Spurling, Dennis ’68-69 Stabile, Bach ’97 Stalwick, Don ’51-52-53 Stamper, Bill ’45-48 Stanley, Charles ’26 Stanley, Jim ’60-62-63 Stanley, Matt ’99-00-01 Stanley, Steve ’65-66-67 Stauch, Scott ’77-78-79-80 Stawisky, Sam ’33-34-35 Steel, Greg ’73 Steele, Scott ’68 Steffen, Art ’45-46-47-48 Steffen, Jim ’57-58 Steiner, Les ’46-47-48 Stephens, Frank ’75-76-77 Stephens, Jason ’98-99-00-01 Stephens, Jimmy ’04-05 Steponovich, Tony ’67 Stevens, Bob ’59-60-61 Stevens, Derek ’90-91-92-93 Stevens, Matt ’83-84-85-86 Stevens, William ’19-20 Stevenson, Scott ’86-87 Stewart, Brian ’94 Stickel, Walter ’31-32 Stiers, William ’43 Stiles, Bob ’65 Stits, Bill ’51-52-53 Stockert, Ernie ’50-51-52 Stoeffen, Howard ’29 Stokes, J.J. ’91-92-93-94 Stokes, Reginald ’08-09 Story, Al ’59 Storey, Sam ’33-34 Stout, Dave ’60-61-62 Strawn, Dean ’44 Stretz, Grady ’92-93-94-95 Strode, Woody ’37-38-39 Stromsborg, Kevin ’01 Stroschein, Breck ’48-49-50 Stuart, Shawn ’95-96-97-98 Strycula, Joey ’97-98-99 Sua, Stephen ’98-99-00-01 Su’a-Filo, Xavier ’09 Sullivan, John ’73-74-75

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Sullivan, Tom ’79-80-81-82 Sutherland, Lester ’36-37-38 Sutherland, Noah ’04-05-06-07 Svensgaard, Ira ’45 Sweetland, Pat ’73-74 Swick, Jim ’73-74 Sykes, Jim ’64

T

Taber, Norman ’35-36 Tamborski, Steve ’70 Tandy, John ’26 Tata,Vae ’94-95-98 Tauscheck, Russell ’44-45 Tautofi, David ’02-03 Tautolo, John ’77-78-79-80 Tautolo, Ray ’79 Tautolo, Terry ’74-75 Taylor, Christian ’05-06-07 Taylor, Eric ’64 Taylor, Greg ’74-75-76 Taylor, Junior ’02-03-04-06 Taylor, Tommy ’82-83-84-85 Tennell, Derek ’83-84-85-86 Tenningkeit, Tim ’74-75-76 Tepa, Iuta ’09 Terry, John ’26 Tetrick, Steve ’75-76-77 Tevaga, Shannon ’04-05-06-07 Theodore, Terry ’82-83-84-85 Theriot, Trevor ’07-09 Thigpen, Damiem ’09 Thoe, Rueben ’28-29-30 Thomas, Cliff ’78-79 Thomas, Jewerl ’75-76 Thomas, Jim ’51-52 Thomas, Larry ’80-81-82 Thomas, Robert ’98-99-00-01 Thompkins, Glenn ’94-95-96-97 Thompson, Almose ’60-61 Thompson, Charles ’04 Thompson, Danny ’85-86-87-88 Thompson, Harry ’48-49 Thursby, Scott ’23-24 Tibbs, Burt ’51 Tiedemann, Bill ’63 Tiesing, Scot ’79-81 Tighe, Brian ’91-92-93 Timmons, George ’24 Tinsley, Phil ’46-47-48 Titensor, Glen ’76-77 Toland, Don ’40 Townsell, Jojo ’79-80-81-82 Toy, Maury ’88-89-90-91 Treadaway, Jim ’82 Treat, Ben ’58 Trembley,Vic ’72 Tretter, Ron ’66-68-69 Tritt, Bill ’45 Trotter, Harry ’33-34 Troxel, William ’37 Truesdell, Steve ’61-62-63 Tuala, Siitupe ’89-90 Tuiasosopo, Manu ’75-76-77-78 Tuinei, Mark ’78-79 Tumey, Terry ’84-85-86-87 Turner, Eric ’87-88-89-90 Turner, Jamil ’07 Turner, Jimmy ’78-80-81-82 Turner, Marcus ’85-86-87-88 Turner, Travor ’96-97-98-99 Turney, Grayson ’24-25 Tyler, Ed ’42 Tyler, Randy ’70-71-72 Tyler, Wendell ’73-74-75-76

V

Van Rodney ’04-05-06-07 Vanis, Mike ’99-00 Vannatta, Chuck ’43-44 Vassar, Brad ’75 Veal, Zeno ’71 Velasco, Alfredo ’86-87-88-89 Velasco, Louis ’28 Velega, Byron ’05 Vena, Don ’59-60-61 Verner, Alterraun ’06-07-08-09 Vernoy, Terry ’70-71-72 Versen, Walter ’46 Verti, Mark ’96-97-98 Vieira, Steven ’01-02-03-04 Viger, Joe ’38-39

TRUE FRESHMEN STARTERS*

Villalobos, Ray ’86-87 Villaneuva, Primo ’53-54 Viney, Courtney ’08-09 Vlack, Russ ’46 Von Sonn, Andy ’60-61-62 Vujovich, Roy ’48-49

W

Waddell, Tom ’72-73-74 Waddleton, Tim ’94 Wagner, Jim ’88-89-90 Wahler, Jim ’85-86-87-88 Wai, Francis ’37-38 Walen, Mark ’82-83-84-85 Walendy, Craig ’95-96-97-98 Walker, Bruce ’90-91-92 Walker, John ’61-62-63 Walker, Ken ’76-77-78 Walker, Kevin ’93-94-95 Walker, Rick ’74-75-76 Walker, Rob ’92-93-94-95 Walker, Wesley ’02-03-04-05 Wallace, Jim ’57-58-59 Wallen, Dick ’56-57-58 Walter, Charlie ’20-21 Walton, Bruce ’70-71-72 Walton, Cyril ’25 Walton, Gary ’92-93-94-95 Ward, Jess ’06-07-08-09 Ward, Phillip ’93-94-95-96 Ware, Aaron ’06-07-08-09 Ware, Matt ’01-02-03 Ware, Tom ’65-66 Warfield, Tim ’01-02-03-04 Wargo, John ’71 Warnick, Russ ’84-85-86-87 Washington, Daron ’91-92-93-94 Washington, Kenny ’37-38-39 Washington, James ’84-85-86-87 Wassel, Doug ’84-85-86-87 Waterfield, Bob ’41-42-44 Waters, Gene ’95-96 Watson, Bob ’48-49-50 Watson, Jarvis ’95 Watts, Jack ’44-46 Way, Guy ’50 Wayland, Cory ’89-90-91 Webb, Josh ’97-98-99-00 Webb, Micah ’97-98-99-00 Weeden, Bob ’57-61 Weisman, Mark ’97 Weisstein, Julie ’49-50-51 Welch, Herb ’83-84 Wellendorf, Leonard ’29-30-31 Wentzel, Donald ’25-26 Werner, Matt ’90-91-92-93 Wescott, Walt ’21-22-23 West, Bert ’44-45-46 West, Doug ’81-82-83 Westgate, Sean ’08-09 Westland, Duke ’36 Wetzel, Warren ’63 Wheeler, Bob ’44-45 White, Brett ’74-75 White, Gordon ’22 White, John ’62-63 White Jr., Manuel ’01-02-03-04 White, Roger ’53-54-55 White, Tony ’97-98-99-00 Whitebook, Milt ’39-40 Whitenight, Tom ’85-86-87 Whitfield, Clint ’56-57-58 Whitfield, Eric ’96-97-98-99 Whitney, Jerry ’47 Whittington, Aaron ’04-05-06-07 Widmer, Don ’67-68-69 Wiener, Herb ’40-41-42-43 Wikert, Ryan ’00 Wilcox, Bryan ’87-88 Wilcox, Tom ’26-27 Wilder, Marc ’88-89-90-91 Wiley, Bryan ’81-82-83-84 Wiley, Micheal ’96-97-98 Wilford, David ’98 Wilkes, Rick ’69-70 Wilkins, Ryan ’98-99-00 Wilkinson, Bob ’48-49-50 Wilks, Deon ’90 Williams, Billy Bob ’35-36-37 Williams, Dave ’50 Williams, Derrick ’04-05-06 Williams, Dokie ’78-79-80-82

Alfredo Velasco Williams, Eddie ’09 Williams, Greg ’73-74 Williams, Jim ’74-76 Williams, Julius ’98-99 Williams, Kevin ’89-90-91-92 Williams, Lewis ’52 Williams, Michael ’89-90-91-92 Williams, Robin ’39-40 Williams, Rusty ’99-00-01-02 Williams, Shaun ’94-95-96-97 Williams, Steve ’73 Williams, Steve ’81-82-83 Willis, Matt ’05-06 Willmer, Brian ’94-95-96-97 Willoughby, Howard ’30 Wills, Duane ’59-60 Wills, Shawn ’88-89-90-91 Wilson, Al ’84-85 Wilson, Kirk ’56-57-58 Wilton, Wilton ’33-34 Windom, Glenn ’78-80-81 Wingle, Blake ’80-81-82 Winnek, John ’88-89-90-91 Witcher, Dick ’64-65 Witt, Dean ’43-44-46 Woefle, Rod ’42-45 Wollard, Ron ’76-77 Womble, Wendell ’34 Wood, John ’32 Woodfin, London ’91-92-93-94 Woods, Bill ’44-47 Woolley, Don ’76 Worley, Blake ’99-00 Wright, Doc ’21 Wrightman, Tim ’78-79-80-81 Wyatt, Harold ’20 Wyrick, Clestine ’36-37-38

Y

Yearick, Clayton ’32-33 Yelich, Chris ’80-81-82-83 Young, Chuck ’44 Young, H. M. ’43 Young, Mike ’81-82-83-84 Yount, Christian ’07-08-09 Yturralde, Martin ’19 Yurosek, Gary ’56

Z

Zaby, Carl ’74-75 Zaby, John ’36-39 Zamano, Rosco ’96 Zarubica, Mladin ’37-38-39 Zdenek, Jason ’97-00 Zelinka, Bob ’50-51 Zeno, Eric ’87 Zeno, Joe ’60-61-62 Zeno, Lance ’87-88-89-90 Zeno, Larry ’62-63-64 Zilinskas, John ’88-90 Zimmerman, Kurt ’65-66 Zimmerman, Meyer ’29 Zwaneveld, Onno ’83-84-85-86

Player Pos Year Xavier Su’a-Filo (13) OT 2009 Sheldon Price (11) CB 2009 Rahim Moore (12) FS 2008 Taylor Embree (8) WR 2008 Jeff Baca (8) OT 2008 Cory Harkey (7) TE 2008 Brian Price (5) DT 2007 Chase Moline (9) DT 2005 Shannon Tevaga (6) OG 2004 Jarrad Page (10) S 2002 Matt Ware (11) CB 2001 Nate Fikse (11) P 1999 Ricky Manning, Jr. (9) CB 1999 Marques Anderson (5) CB 1997 Cheyane Caldwell (5) FB 1995 Cade McNown (9) QB 1995 Chris Sailer (12) P 1995 Javelin Guidry (4) CB 1994 Jonathan Ogden (5) OT 1992 Carlton Gray (8) CB 1989 John Lee (12) PK 1982 Lupe Sanchez (8) CB 1979 Norm Johnson (12) PK 1978† Kenny Easley (10) FS 1977 Billy Don Jackson (7) DL 1977 Manu Tuiasosopo (5) DL 1975 Ray Burks (8) TE 1973 (Had to start more games than anyone else at the position to be listed) †Kickoffs only, as a freshman

REDSHIRT FRESHMEN STARTERS* Player Kevin Prince Johnathan Franklin Jeff Locke Steve Sloan Mike Harris Kai Forbath Reggie Carter Aleksey Lanis Aaron Perez Justin Medlock Tyler Ebell Spencer Havner Mike McCloskey Eyoseph Efseaff Rodney Leisle Cory Paus Mike Saffer Rusty Williams Blake Worley Santi Hall Ryan Nece Jason Stephens Kris Farris Chad Overhauser Bjorn Merten Donnie Edwards Carl Greenwood Craig Novitsky Vaughn Parker Tommy Maddox Courtney Keyler Bret Johnson Matt Darby Alfredo Velasco Dennis Price James Washington Kevin Buenafe Jojo Townsell

Pos QB TB P LB OT PK LB OT P PK TB LB C OG DT QB OG DE OT LB LB SS OT OT PK OLB CB OT OT QB P QB SS PK SS FS P FL

FOUR-YEAR STARTERS* Player Reggie Carter Trey Brown Shannon Tevaga Justin Medlock Jarrad Page Nate Fikse Ricky Manning, Jr. Cory Paus Mike Saffer Ryan Nece Cade McNown Chad Overhauser Bjorn Merten Jonathan Ogden Craig Novitsky Vaughn Parker Carlton Gray Matt Darby Alfredo Velasco James Washington John Lee Kevin Buenafe Lupe Sanchez Jojo Townsell Kenny Easley Manu Tuiasosopo *1972-present

Pos LB CB OG PK SS P CB QB OT LB QB OT PK OT OG OT CB SS PK FS PK P CB FL FS DL

Year 2009 2009 2009 2008 2008 2007 2006 2006 2005 2003 2002 2002 2002 2001 2000 1999 1999 1999 1999 1998 1998 1998 1996 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1990 1990 1990 1989 1988 1986 1984 1984 1981 1979

Years 2006-09 2004-07 2004-07 2003-06 2002-05 1999-02 1999-02 1999-02 1999-02 1998-01 1995-98 1994-97 1993-96 1992-95 1990-93 1990-93 1989-92 1988-91 1986-89 1984-87 1982-85 1981-84 1979-80, 82-83 1979-82 1977-80 1975-78


GAME-BY-GAME RECORD 1919-2009 1927: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING

1919: FRED W. COZENS 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/30 11/7 11/14 11/21

L 0 at Manual Arts HS 74 L 6 at Hollywood HS 19 L 12 at Bakersfield HS 27 W 7 Occidental Frosh 2 W 7 Los Angeles JC 0 L 0 USS Idaho 20 L 7 Los Angeles JC 21 L 13 at Occidental Frosh 30 52 Season totals 193 W—2, L—6, T—0; Pct. .250

1920: HARRY TROTTER 10/2 10/9 10/30 11/13 11/20

L 0 at Pomona L 0 Occidental L 21 at Redlands L 0 Caltech L 0 at Whittier 21 Season totals W—0, L—5, T—0; Pct. .000

41 21 27 32 103 224

1921: HARRY TROTTER 10/8 10/15 10/29 11/5 11/11

L L L L L

7 Redlands 7 Pomona 0 at Occidental 0 Whittier 0 at Caltech 14 Season totals W—0, L—5, T—0; Pct. .000

35 55 35 62 27 214

W 24 at San Diego State W 34 at Redlands L 7 Occidental T 6 at Whittier L 6 at Pomona L 6 Caltech 83 Season totals W—2, L—3, T—1; Pct. .417

6 9 14 6 20 7 62

W 12 San Diego State 0 W 6 Loyola 0 L 12 Whittier 14 L 6 Pomona 27 L 6 Redlands 12 L 6 at Occidental 20 L 6 Caltech(Rose Bowl) 59 54 Season totals 132 W—2, L—5, T—0; Pct. .286

1924: JAMES CLINE 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/11 11/15 11/22

T 0 Loyola L 13 La Verne L 0 at Whittier L 7 Occidental L 7 at Pomona T 0 at Redlands T 13 at San Diego State L 0 Caltech 40 Season totals W—0, L—5, T—3; Pct. .188

0 14 6 20 50 0 13 6 109

1925: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/16 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21

W W W L W L W L T

7 San Diego State 16 La Verne 26 Pomona 0 Whittier 9 at Occidental 0 at St. Mary’s 23 Redlands 0 at Stanford 10 at Caltech 91 Season totals W—5, L—3, T—1; Pct. .611

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 Santa Barbara St. 42 San Diego State 6 at Whittier 27 at Pomona 24 Occidental 26 at Redlands 3 Caltech 0 Iowa State 153 Season totals W—5, L—3, T—0; Pct. .625

33 Santa Barbara St. 7 Fresno State 25 Whittier 8 Occidental 32 Redlands 7 Pomona 13 at Caltech 13 at Arizona 6 Drake 144 Season totals W—6, L—2, T—1; Pct. .722

0 0 6 0 0 7 0 16 25 54

1933: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING 9/23 9/23 9/30 10/6 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18 11/25 11/30

*Joined Pacific Coast Conf.*

1928: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/10 11/17 11/29

9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/16 11/28

1923: JAMES CLINE 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/12 11/17 11/24

W W W W W T W L L

W T W L W L L W L

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; Pct. .500 9th in PCC

0 7 0 45 0 20 38 0 26 136

0 7 16 7 7 3 7 20 67

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; Pct. .500 6th in PCC

76 6 57 0 0 27 24 0 190

1930: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING 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; Pct. .375 Tied for 8th in PCC

52 0 21 0 20 7 19 6 125

1931: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING 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; Pct. .438 9th in PCC

0 13 19 0 12 0 13 0 57

1932: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING 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; Pct. .600 3rd in PCC

0 0 7 0 6 14 0 3 19 12 61

9/29 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/18 11/25 11/30 12/9

0 0 26 0 3 0 27 0 7 6 69

9/27 10/4 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23 11/30

0 7 6 6 14 21 6 6 6 7 79

9/26 10/4 10/10 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22 12/6 12/20

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; Pct. .591 5th in PCC 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; Pct. .700 6th in PCC

W W W W L L W W W W

39 Utah State 20 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; Pct. .800 Tied for 1st in PCC

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; Pct. .650 5th in PCC

0 0 0 14 6 13 19 0 32 7 91

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; Pct. .278 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; Pct. .625 4th in PCC

2 7 14 6 6 7 0 13 7 0 62

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; Pct. .100 8th in PCC

9 9 7 9 7 20 18 26 41 28 174

3 14 0 20 0 0 0 14 42 6 0 7 106

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; Pct. .500 Tied for 5th in PCC

6 33 7 14 7 27 19 0 31 7 27 178

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

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; Pct. .800 2nd in PCC Ranked 7th by AP

1941: EDWIN C. HORRELL

1936: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING 9/26 9/26 10/2 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/26

W W T W W W T T W T

1940: EDWIN C. HORRELL

W W L W L W L W W W

1935: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING 9/28 10/5 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/15 11/23 12/7 12/14

1939: EDWIN C. HORRELL

0 0 3 0 7 7 0 13 10 22 0 62

W W L W W L T W L L W

1934: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING 9/22 9/22 9/29 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/12 11/24 11/29

1929: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING

1922: HARRY TROTTER 10/7 10/14 10/21 11/4 11/18 11/25

9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/28 11/5 11/12 11/19 11/26

L L W W W W L W W W L

6 Texas Christian 7 St. Mary’s Pre-Flight 30 Oregon State 21 at California 14 (14)Santa Clara (9) 20 (11)Stanford 7 (10)at Oregon 14 (18)Washington 40 (13)Idaho 14 (13)USC 0 (13)Georgia (Rose Bowl) 173 Season totals W—7, L—4, T—0; Pct. .636 1st in PCC Ranked 13th by AP

7 18 7 0 6 7 14 10 13 7 9 98

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; Pct. .111 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

T L L W L W L W W L

13 at USC 13 0 at California 6 12 at San Diego Navy 14 39 St. Mary’s 0 12 St. Mary’s Pre-Flight 21 26 Alameda Co. Guard 13 13 at March Field 35 7 California 0 54 College of Pacific 7 13 USC (8) 40 189 Season totals 149 W—4, L—5, T—1; Pct. .450 3rd in PCC

155


GAME-BY-GAME RECORD 1919-2009 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; Pct. .555 5th in PCC

1951: RED SANDERS 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; Pct. .909 1st in PCC Ranked 4th by AP

7 13 6 6 7 20 0 7 6 0 45

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; Pct. .555 4th in PCC

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; Pct. .300 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; Pct. 667 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

156

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; Pct. .667 3rd in PCC

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; Pct. .611 2nd in PCC Ranked 17th by AP, T-17 by UPI W W W W 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; Pct. .889 2nd in PCC Ranked 6th by AP, UPI

1953: RED SANDERS

1948: BERT LaBRUCHERIE 9/18 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/12 11/20

1957: RED SANDERS

L L W L W W W T W

1952: RED SANDERS 9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/22

117

1947: BERT LaBRUCHERIE 9/26 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22

9/21 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 11/3 11/10 11/17 11/24

0 0 21 14 7 6 13 35 0 96

9/18 9/25 10/3 10/9 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/14 11/21 1/1

W W W W L W W W W L

41 (4)Oregon State 19 (4)Kansas 12 (5)at Oregon 13 (6)Wisconsin 20 (4)at Stanford 44 (12)Washington State 20 (10)California 22 (7)Washington 13 (5)at USC (9) 20 (5) Michigan State (8) (Rose Bowl) 224 Season totals W—8, L—2, T—0; Pct. .800 1st in PCC Ranked 4th by UPI, 5th by AP

0 7 0 0 21 7 7 6 0 28 76

9/20 9/27 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23

W W W W W W W W W

67 (8)San Diego NTC 0 32 (8)at Kansas 7 12 (4)Maryland (6) 7 21 (2)at Washington 20 72 (3)Stanford 0 61 (3)at Oregon State 0 27 (3)at California 6 41 (1)Oregon 0 34 (2) USC (7) 0 367 Season totals 40 W—9, L—0, T—0; Pct. 1.000 1st in PCC NATIONAL CHAMPIONS (UPI) Ranked 1st by UPI, 2nd by AP

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

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; Pct. .818 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; Pct. .700 Tied for 2nd in PCC

7 42 0 0 20 21 13 9 0 10 122

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; Pct. .800 3rd in PCC Ranked T-18th by UPI

1963: BILL BARNES 0 6 21 0 7 20 14 13 0 9 90

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 L 14 Florida 21 10/18 W 20 at Washington 0 10/25 L 19 Stanford 21 11/1 L 20 Washington State 38 11/8 L 17 at California 20 11/15 W 7 Oregon 3 11/22 T 15 USC 15 136 Season totals 173 W—3, L—6, T—1; Pct. .350 6th in PCC *Joined Athletic Association of Western Universities*

1959: BILL BARNES 9/18 10/3 10/17 10/23 10/31 11/7 11/13 11/21 11/28 12/5

T L W L L W W W W L

0 Purdue (11) 0 21 at Pittsburgh 25 19 California 12 7 Air Force 20 7 Washington (17) 23 55 at Stanford 13 21 North Carolina State 12 10 at USC (4) 3 21(20)Utah 6 8 (17)Syracuse (1) 36 169 Season totals 150 W—5, L—4, T—1; Pct. .550 Tied for 1st in AAWU

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; Pct. .750 3rd in AAWU

7 27 10 8 0 0 0 17 9 6 84

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 21 (Rose Bowl) 185 Season totals 142 W—7, L—4, T—0; Pct. .636 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; Pct. .400 5th in AAWU

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; Pct. .200 3rd in AAWU

20 17 9 29 27 18 25 48 0 26 219

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; Pct. .400 4th in AAWU

12 14 20 39 24 26 21 24 22 34 236

1965: TOMMY PROTHRO 9/18 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20 12/4 1/1

L W W T W W W W W L W

3 at Michigan State 13 24 at Penn State 22 24 Syracuse 14 14 at Missouri 14 56 California 3 0 10 at Air Force Academy 28 (8)Washington 24 30 (7)at Stanford 13 20 (7)at USC (6) 16 34 (5)at Tennessee (7) 37 14 (5)Michigan State (1) 12 (Rose Bowl) 257 Season totals 168 W—8, L—2, T—1; Pct. .773 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 14 31 (2)at Syracuse 12 24 (2)Missouri 15 27 (2)at Rice 24 49 (4)Penn State 11 28 (3)at California 15 38 (3)Air Force Academy 13 3 (3)at Washington 16 10 (8)Stanford 0 14 (8)USC (7) 7 281 Season totals 127 W—9, L—1, T—0; Pct. .900 Tied for 2nd in AAWU Ranked 5th by AP, UPI

1967: TOMMY PROTHRO

1961: BILL BARNES 9/23 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/10 11/18 11/25 1/1

9/20 9/28 10/5 10/11 10/19 10/25 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/30

1964: BILL BARNES

1958: GEORGE DICKERSON

1954: RED SANDERS 9/18 9/25 10/1 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/20

W W L W W L W W W W

7 7 8 17 16 17 30 14 11 12 139

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) 16 40 (6)at Pittsburgh 8 51 (4)at Washington State 23 17 (3)at Penn State 15 37 (4)California 14 21 (3)at Stanford 16 16 (2)Oregon State 16 48 (4)Washington 0 20 (1)at USC (4) 21 14 (4)Syracuse 32 284 Season totals 161 W—7, L—2, T—1; Pct. .750 Tied for 2nd in AAWU Ranked 10th by UPI

*Became Pac-8 Conference*

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 31 (8)Washington State 7 (9)at Syracuse 6 Penn State (3) 15 at California 20 Stanford 18 at Tennessee (5) 21 at Oregon State (15) 0 at Washington 16 USC (1) 197 Season totals W—3, L—7, T—0; Pct. .300 Tied for 5th in Pacific-8

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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; Pct. .850 Tied for 2nd in Pacific-8 Ranked 10th by UPI, 13th by AP

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

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; Pct. .545 Tied for 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 29 10 Texas (3) 28 0 at Michigan (4) 38 17 Oregon State 34 34 at Washington State 21 28 at Arizona 12 24 California 31 12 Washington 23 9 at Stanford (12) 20 7 at USC (15) 7 166 Season totals 243 W—2, L—7, T—1; Pct. .250 8th in Pacific-8

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) 17 38 (8)at Pittsburgh 28 9 (6)Michigan (12) 26 65 (15)Oregon 20 42 (14)Arizona 31 37 (14)at Oregon State 7 49 (11)at California 13 35 (9)Washington State 20 28 (8)Stanford 23 21 (8)at Washington 30 7 (14)USC (1) 24 351 Season totals 239 W—8, L—3, T—0; Pct. .727 2nd in Pacific-8 Ranked 15th by AP, T-17 by UPI

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) 40 55 (18)Iowa 18 34 (17)at Michigan State 21 66 (16)Utah 16 59 (15)at Stanford 13 24 (13)at Washington St. 13 61 (13) California 21 62 (10)Washington 13 27 (9)at Oregon 7 56 (8)Oregon State 14 13 (8)at USC (9) 23 470 Season totals 199 W—9, L—2, T—0; Pct. .818 2nd in Pacific-8 Ranked 9th by UPI, 12th by AP

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; Pct. .636 Tied for 3rd in Pacific-8

1980: TERRY DONAHUE

W W T L W W W L W W W W

37 (16) Iowa State 21 34 (12)Tennessee (10) 28 20 (10)at Air Force 20 20 (13) Ohio State (2) 41 31 at Stanford 21 37 (18)at Washington State 23 28 (19) California 14 13 (13) Washington 17 50 at Oregon 17 31 (19) Oregon State 9 25 (14) at USC 22 23 (11)Ohio State (1) 10 (Rose Bowl) 349 Season totals 243 W—9, L—2, T—1; Pct. .792 Tied for 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 (17) at Arizona State (3) 10 37 (5) Arizona 9 40 (5) Air Force 7 10 (4) at Ohio State (8) 10 38 (5) Stanford 20 62 (4)Washington State 3 35 (4) at California 19 30 (3)at Washington 21 46 (3)Oregon 0 45 (2)at Oregon State 14 14 (2)USC (3) 24 6 (7)Alabama (16) 36 (Liberty Bowl) 391 Season totals 173 W—9, L—2, T—1; Pct. .792 2nd in Pacific-8 Ranked 15th by AP, UPI

1977: TERRY DONAHUE 9/12 9/17 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/25

L 13 (11) at Houston (14) W †17 (14)Kansas L 13 (18)at Minnesota W †34 Iowa L 28 at Stanford W †27 at Washington State W †21 California (15) W †20 Washington W††21 at Oregon W††48 Oregon State L 27 (17)at USC 269 Season totals W—7, L—4, T—0; Pct. .636 Tied for 2nd in Pacific-8 †indicates games later forfeited ††no contest

17 7 27 16 32 16 19 12 3 18 29 196

*Became Pac-10 Conference*

1978: 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

W W L W W W W W W L L T

10 (12) at Washington (11) 7 13 (9) at Tennessee 0 24 (8) at Kansas 28 17 (18)Minnesota 3 27 (16) Stanford (17) 26 45 (14)Washington State 31 45 (10)at California 0 24 (10)Arizona 14 23 (9)Oregon 21 13 (9)at Oregon State 15 10 (14)USC (5) 17 10 (15)Arkansas (8) 10 (Fiesta Bowl) 261 Season totals 172 W—8, L—3, T—1; Pct. .708 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) 24 31 Purdue (5) 21 37 (20)at Wisconsin 12 13 (17) Ohio State (14) 17 24 at Stanford 27 14 at Washington State 17 28 California 27 14 Washington (20) 34 31 Arizona State 28 35 at Oregon 0 14 at USC (4) 49 257 Season totals 256 W—5, L—6, T—0; Pct. .455 7th in Pacific-10

9/13 9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22 11/30

1985: TERRY DONAHUE

W W W W W W L L W W W

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; Pct. .818 2nd in Pacific-10 Ranked 13th by AP, 14th by UPI

9/7 9/14 9/21 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/9 11/16 11/23 1/1

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 (12) at Arizona 18 31 (9) at Wisconsin (20) 13 7 (6)at Iowa 20 27 (16) Colorado 7 23 (17) at Stanford 26 17 at Washington St.(18) 17 34 California 6 28 at Oregon 11 31 Washington (16) 0 34 (18) Arizona State (9) 24 21 (15)at USC (10) 22 14 (19)Michigan (16) 33 (Bluebonnet Bowl) 302 Season totals 197 W—7, L—4, T—1; Pct. .625 Tied for 4th in Pacific-10

1982: TERRY DONAHUE W W W W T W W W L W W W

41 (18)Long Beach State 10 51 (14)at Wisconsin 26 31 (12) at Michigan (20) 27 34 (9)at Colorado 6 24 (8)Arizona 24 42 (12)Washington State 17 47 (11)at California 31 40 (11)Oregon 12 7 (9) at Washington (10) 10 38 (12)Stanford 35 20 (11)USC (15) 19 24 (5) Michigan (19) 14 (Rose Bowl) 399 Season totals 231 W—10, L—1, T—1; Pct. .875 1st in Pacific-10 Ranked 5th by AP, UPI

1983: TERRY DONAHUE 9/3 9/17 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19 1/2

L T L L W W W W W L W W

8 (20)at Georgia (15) 26 Arizona State 10 at Nebraska (1) 35 Brigham Young 39 at Stanford 24 at Washington State 20 California 27 Washington (11) 24 at Oregon 24 at Arizona 27 at USC 45 Illinois (4) (Rose Bowl) 309 Season totals W—7, L—4, T—1; Pct. .625 1st in Pacific-10 Ranked 13th by UPI, 17th by AP

19 26 42 37 21 14 16 24 13 27 17 9 265

1984: TERRY DONAHUE 9/8 9/15 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17 1/1

W W L W L W W W L W W W

18 (4) at San Diego State 15 23 (7) Long Beach State 17 3 (8)Nebraska (1) 42 33 (17) at Colorado 16 21 (17)Stanford 23 27 Washington State 24 17 at California 14 21 at Arizona State 13 18 Oregon 20 26 Oregon State 17 29 USC (7) 10 39 (14)Miami (13) 37 (Fiesta Bowl) 275 Season totals 248 W—9, L—3, T—0; Pct. .750 Tied for 3rd in Pacific-10 Ranked 9th by AP, 10th by UPI

27 (20)at BYU (8) 24 26 (10)at Tennessee 26 34 (12)San Diego State 16 14 (13)at Washington 21 40 Arizona State 17 34 at Stanford 9 31 (18)at Washington State 30 34 (17)California 7 24 (14)at Arizona 19 41 (13)Oregon State 0 13 (8)at USC 17 45 (13) Iowa (4) 28 (Rose Bowl) 363 Season totals 214 W—9, L—2, T—1; Pct. .792 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

*1st Year at home in Rose Bowl* 9/11 9/18 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20 1/1

W T W L W W W W W W L W

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)Brigham Young 10 (Freedom Bowl) 385 Season totals 222 W—8, L—3, T—1; Pct. .708 Tied for 2nd in Pacific-10 Ranked 14th by AP, UPI

1987: TERRY DONAHUE 9/5 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21 12/25

W L W W W W W W W W L W

47 (3)San Diego State 14 33 (3)at Nebraska (2) 42 17 (13)Fresno State 0 34 (13)Arizona 24 49 (11)at Stanford 0 41 (9)Oregon (16) 10 42 (8)California 18 31 (7)at Arizona State 23 52 (7) at Oregon State 17 47 (5)Washington 14 13 (5)at USC 17 20 (10)Florida 16 (Aloha Bowl) 426 Season totals 195 W—10, L—2, T—0; Pct. .833 Tied for 1st in Pacific-10 Ranked 9th by AP, 11th by UPI

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) 3 (Cotton Bowl) 392 Season totals 190 W—10, L—2, T—0; Pct. .833 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 24 28 (20) at San Diego State 25 23 (24)Michigan (5) 24 24 California 6 33 (25)Arizona State 14 7 (22)at Arizona 42 17 at Oregon State 18 27 Washington 28 14 at Stanford 17 20 Oregon 38 10 at USC (8) 10 209 Season totals 246 W—3, L—7, T—1; Pct. .318 9th in Pacific-10

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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; Pct. .455 Tied for 6th 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

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 3 (Hancock Bowl) 323 Season totals 190 W—9, L—3, T—0; Pct. .750 Tied for 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 14 17 (15)at Brigham Young 10 35 (11)San Diego State (21) 7 3 (11)at Arizona 23 7 (19)Stanford (11) 19 17 at Washington St. (22) 30 0 Arizona State 20 12 at California 48 26 Oregon State 14 9 at Oregon 6 38 USC (15) 37 201 Season totals 228 W—6, L—5, T—0; Pct. . 545 8th in Pacific-10

1993: TERRY DONAHUE 9/4 9/18 9/25 9/30 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20 1/1

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) 21 (Rose Bowl) 368 Season totals 230 W—8, L—4, T—0; Pct. . 667 Tied for 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; Pct. . 455 Tied for 5th in Pacific-10

(Number following UCLA score and opponent name is AP ranking unless noted)

158

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) 51 (Aloha Bowl) 338 Season totals 300 W—7, L—5, T—0; Pct. .583 Tied for 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) 35 44 Northeast Louisiana 0 9 at Michigan (6) 38 41 at Oregon 22 34 Arizona State (4) 42 21 at Washington (25) 41 38 at California 29 20 Stanford 21 38 Washington State 14 17 at Arizona 35 48 USC (2ot) 41 330 Season totals 318 W—5, L—6, T—0; Pct. .455 4th in Pacific-10

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 at Washington St. 37 24 Tennessee (3) 30 66 at Texas (11) 3 40 (24)Arizona 27 66 (22)Houston 10 39 (18)at Oregon 31 34 (17)Oregon State 10 35 (13)California 17 27 (12)at Stanford 7 52 (9)Washington (13) 28 31 (7)at USC 24 29 (5)Texas A&M (19) 23 (Cotton Bowl) 477 Season totals 247 W—10, L—2, T—0; Pct. .833 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 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) 38 (Rose Bowl) 476 Season totals 340 W—10, L—2, T—0; Pct. .833 1st in Pacific-10 Ranked 8th by USA Today, 8th by AP

1999: BOB TOLEDO 9/4 9/11 9/18 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/13 11/20

W L W L L W L L L W L

38 (17)Boise State 7 20 (13)at Ohio State (14) 42 35 (21)Fresno State 21 32 (18)at Stanford 42 27 at Arizona State 28 34 Oregon 29 0 California 17 7 at Oregon State 55 7 Arizona 33 23 Washington(23)(ot) 20 7 at USC 17 230 Season totals 311 W—4, L—7, T—0; Pct. .364 9th in Pacific-10

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

2005: KARL DORRELL

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 21 (Sun Bowl) 353 Season totals 368 W—6, L—6, T—0; Pct. .500 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) 17 41 (14)at Kansas 17 13 (14)Ohio State (21) 6 38 (12)at Oregon State (19) 7 35 (7)Washington (10) 13 56 (4)California 17 28 (4)at Stanford (20) 38 14 (9)at Washington St.(16) 20 20 (17)Oregon (7) 21 0 (20)at USC 27 52 Arizona State 42 317 Season totals 225 W—7 L—4, T—0; Pct. .636 6th in Pacific-10

9/3 9/10 9/17 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 12/3 12/30

at San Diego State 21 Rice 21 Oklahoma (21) 24 (20)Washington 17 (20)California (10) 40 (12)at Wash. State(ot) 41 (8)Oregon State 28 (8)at Stanford (ot) 27 (7)at Arizona 52 (14)Arizona State 35 (11)at USC (1) 66 (17)Northwestern 38 (Sun Bowl) 469 Season totals 410 W—10, L—2, T—0; Pct. .833 3rd in Pacific-10 Ranked 13th by USA Today, 16th by AP

W W L W W L L W W W L L

30 38 17 43 43 30 12 28 34 37 21 27

Colorado State (19) at Oklahoma State (20)Colorado at San Diego State at Oregon State Oregon (7) at California Stanford at Washington at Arizona (25)USC (7) Washington State (7)

19 24 31 7 35 31 17 18 24 7 52 48

ED KEZIRIAN, INTERIM COACH 12/25 W 27 New Mexico 13 (Las Vegas Bowl) 387 Season totals 326 W—8, L—5, T—0; Pct. .615 T-4th in Pacific-10

2003: KARL DORRELL 9/6 L 14 at Colorado (24) 16 9/13 W 6 Illinois 3 9/20 L 24 at Oklahoma (1) 59 9/27 W 20 San Diego State 10 10/4 W 46 Washington (18) 16 10/11 W 24 at Arizona 21 10/18 W 23 California (ot) 20 10/25 W 20 Arizona State 13 11/1 L 14 at Stanford 21 11/8 L 13 at Washington St.(12) 31 11/15 L 13 Oregon 31 11/22 L 22 at USC (2) 47 12/30 L 9 Fresno State 17 (Silicon Valley Football Classic) 248 Season totals 305 W—6, L—7, T—0; Pct. .462 T-5th in Pacific-10 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 24 (Las Vegas Bowl) 361 Season totals 309 W—6, L—6, T—0; Pct. .500 T-5th in Pacific-10

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 44 (Emerald Bowl) 299 Season totals 259 W—7, L—6, T—0; Pct. .538 4th in Pacific-10

2007: KARL DORRELL 9/1 9/8 9/15 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/24 12/1

W W L W W L W L L L W L

45 27 6 44 40 6 30 7 27 20 16 7

(14)at Stanford (13)Brigham Young (11)at Utah Washington at Oregon State Notre Dame California (10) at Washington State at Arizona Arizona State (9) Oregon (9) at USC (8)

17 17 44 31 14 20 21 27 34 24 0 24

DeWAYNE WALKER, INTERIM COACH 12/22 L 16 Brigham Young (19) 17 (Las Vegas Bowl) 291 Season totals 290 W—6, L—7, T—0; Pct. .462 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

2004: KARL DORRELL 9/4 9/11 9/18 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 12/4 12/23

44 63 41 21 47 44 51 30 14 45 19 50

2006: KARL DORRELL 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

2002: BOB TOLEDO 9/7 9/14 9/21 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/23 12/7

W W W W W W W W L W L W

W L L L W L W L L W L L

27 Tennessee (ot) (18) 24 0 at Brigham Young (18) 59 10 Arizona 31 31 Fresno State (25) 36 28 Washington State 3 24 at Oregon 31 23 Stanford 20 20 at California 41 6 Oregon State 34 27 at Washington 7 9 at Arizona State 34 7 USC (5) 28 212 Season totals 348 W—4, L—8, T—0; Pct. .333 8th in Pacific-10

2009: RICK NEUHEISEL 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

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 21 (EagleBank Bowl) 286 Season totals 276 W—7, L—6, T—0; Pct. .538 8th in Pacific-10


ALL-TIME COACHING HISTORY 1919-2009 1919

1920 1921 1922

1923 1924

1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938

1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944

1945 1946 1947 1948

1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957

1958

1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964

1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970

FRED W. COZENS

W 2

L 6

T 0

PF 52

PA 193

Pct .250

HARRY TROTTER

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

Pct .611 .625 .722 .500 .500 .375 .438 .600 .591 .700 .800 .650 .278 .625 .573

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 Leon McLaughlin (Alternate, Ernie Johnson) 6 Bob Watson (Alt., Bruce MacLachian) 6 Hal Mitchell (Alt., Julie Weisstein) 5 Ed Flynn (Alt., Donn Moomaw) 8 Chuck Doud, Rudy Feldman 8 John Peterson (Alt., Jack Ellena) 9 Hardiman Cureton (Alt., Gil Moreno) 9 Don Birren (Alt., Jim Matheny) 7 Jim Dawson (Alt., Joe Harper) 8 Totals 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 PF 24

Wayne Banning

Burnett Haralson Eddie Rossell Loran Peak Totals

JAMES CLINE Walter Westcott Cecil Hollingsworth Totals

WILLIAM H. SPAULDING 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

EDWIN C. HORRELL

John Frawley, Dale Gilmore Don MacPherson, Ned Mathews Dave Gaston, Ted Forbes Charles Fears Don Paul Don Paul, Bob Waterfield Totals

BERT LaBRUCHERIE Ernie Case Ernie Case, Burr Baldwin Don Paul, Tom Fears Art Steffen and Phil Tinsley Totals

HENRY R. SANDERS

GEORGE DICKERSON

W 1

L 2

T 0

WILLIAM F. BARNES

W 2 5 7 7 4 2 4 31

L 4 4 2 4 6 8 6 34

W 8 9 7 3 8 6 41

L 2 1 2 7 1 5 18

Jim Steffen (Alt., Jim Dawson, Don Long)

(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 Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Leary) Totals

TOMMY PROTHRO

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

PA Pct 188 .667 96 .667 120 .611 55 .889 76 .800 40 1.000 74 .818 122 .700 90 .800 861 .773 PA 55

Pct .333

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

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

1971 1972 1973

1974 1975

1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995

1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002

2002

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

2007

2008 2009

PEPPER RODGERS

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

DICK VERMEIL

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 W Jeff Dankworth, Oscar Edwards, Rob Kezirian 9 Game Captains Only 7 Game Captains Only 8 Game Captains Only 5 Game Captains Only 9 Game Captains Only 7 Tom Ramsey, Tom Sullivan, Karl Morgan 10 Paul Bergmann, Chris Yelich, Don Rogers 7 Duval Love, Steve Bono, Neal Dellocono, Lee Knowles 9 Mike Hartmeier, Jim McCullough, Mike Sherrard, 9 Tommy Taylor, Mark Walen, Tony Phillips Joe Goebel, Ken Norton, Jr., Craig Rutledge, Matt Stevens, Terry Tumey 8 Gaston Green, Ken Norton, Jr., Terry Tumey 10 Troy Aikman, Eric Ball, Darryl Henley, Chance Johnson, Carnell Lake 10 Frank Cornish, Lance Zeno, Mike Lodish, Marvcus Patton 3 Eric Turner, Roman Phifer, Lance Zeno 5 Matt Darby, Tommy Maddox, Dion Lambert, Scott Spalding 9 Arnold Ale, Kaleaph Carter, Mike Chalenski, Carlton Gray, Aron Gideon, Sean LaChapelle 6 Game Captains Only 8 Wayne Cook, Donnie Edwards, Shane Jasper, Sharmon Shah, Rod Smalley 5 Karim Abdul-Jabbar, Donnie Edwards, Mike 7 Flanagan, Kevin Jordan, Abdul McCullough Totals 151

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

3

0

275

248

.750

2

1

363

214

.792

3 2

1 0

385 426

222 195

.708 .833

2

0

392

190

.833

7 6

1 0

209 305

246 332

.318 .455

3

0

323

190

.750

5 4

0 0

201 368

228 230

.545 .667

6

0

239

295

.455

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

ED KEZIRIAN (INTERIM) Game Captains

W 1

L 0

T 0

PF 27

PA Pct 13 1.000

KARL DORRELL

W

L

T

PF

PA

Pct

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

RICK NEUHEISEL

W 4

L 8

T 0

PF 212

PA 348

Pct .333

7 11

6 14

0 0

286 498

276 624

.538 .440

545 14

365 15

Dave Dalby and Greg Snyder Bruce Walton and Allan Ellis Kermit Johnson, Jimmie Jones, Fred McNeill Totals

Art Keuhn, Gene Settles, Jeff Smith Cliff Frazier, John Sciarra, Jeff Smith Totals

BOB TOLEDO

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

Dave Ball, Craig Bragg, Brandon Chillar, Manuel White Jr. Spencer Havner, Manuel White Jr. Game Captains Game Captains Game Captains Totals

Game Captains

Brigham Harwell, Logan Paulsen Terrence Austin, Reggie Carter, Logan Paulsen, Alterraun Verner Totals

Grand Totals Bowl Record

37 1

20,629 651

16,331 669

.595 .483

*captains listed by year under each head coach

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UCLA’S Coaching Superlatives RECORD OF BRUIN HEAD COACHES Coach 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 2008-09 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 2 Interim 5 Interim 7 20 2 3 6 7 9 4 6 14 2 3 1 91

Won 11 0 35 1 49 151 15 19 41 31 1 66 23 24 72 2 2 2 545

Lost 14 1 27 0 32 74 5 12 18 34 2 19 16 31 51 10 13 6 365

Tied 0 0 0 0 0 8 3 1 3 3 0 1 0 6 8 3 1 0 37

Pct .440 .000 .565 1.000 .605 .665 .717 .609 .686 .463 .333 .773 .590 .443 .573 .233 .156 .250 .599

UCLA’S LEAGUE CHAMPIONS Year 1998 1997 (tied) 1993 (tied) 1987 (tied) 1985 1983 1982 1975 (tied) 1965 1961 1959 (tied) 1955 1954 1953 1946 1942 1935 (tied)

Record 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

League Record 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

Bowl Result Lost Rose Bowl Won Cotton Bowl Lost Rose Bowl Won Aloha Bowl Won Rose Bowl Won Rose Bowl Won Rose Bowl Won Rose Bowl Won Rose Bowl Lost Rose Bowl None Lost Rose Bowl None Lost Rose Bowl Lost Rose Bowl Lost Rose Bowl None

Head Coach 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

Years 2009 2007 2003-06

No. 1 1 4

Record 1-0-0 0-1-0 1-3-0

Ed Kezirian 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 30

1-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 0-2-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 14-15-1

Unbeaten/Untied Year 1954

Record 9-0-0

Unbeaten Year 1939

Record 6-0-4

10 Wins Year 2005 1998 1997 1988 1987 1982 1946

Record 10-2-0 10-2-0 10-2-0 10-2-0 10-2-0 10-1-1 10-1-0

Nine Wins Year 1991 1985 1984 1980 1976 1975 1973 1966 1955 1954

Record 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

One Loss Year 1982 1969 1966 1952 1946

Record 10-1-1 8-1-1 9-1-0 8-1-0 10-1-0

Two Losses

BOWL APPEARANCES BY HEAD COACH Name Rick Neuheisel DeWayne Walker Karl Dorrell

UCLA’S SUPER SEASONS

Appearances ’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

Year Record 2005 10-2-0 1998 10-2-0 1997 10-2-0 1988 10-2-0 1987 10-2-0 1985 9-2-1 1980 9-2-0 1976 9-2-1 1975 9-2-1 1973 9-2-0 1967 7-2-1 1965 8-2-1 1960 7-2-1 1957 8-2-0 1955 9-2-0 1953 8-2-0 1935 8-2-0 1927 6-2-1 *Final polls

Coach Sanders

AP/Coaches* 2/1

Coach Horrell

AP/Coaches* 7/-

Coach AP/Coaches* Dorrell 16/13 Toledo 8/8 Toledo 5/5 Donahue 6/6 Donahue 9/11 Donahue 5/5 La Brucherie 4/-

Coach 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 AP/Coaches* Donahue 5/5 Prothro 13/10 Prothro 5/5 Sanders 6/6 La Brucherie 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 -/-/-

UCLA VS. No. 1 ON ASSOCIATED PRESS POLL UCLA AS No. 1 ON ASSOCIATED PRESS POLL Date 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

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W/L UCLA (rank)score L UCLA (11) 19 L UCLA 24 L UCLA 24 L UCLA (4) 3 L UCLA (8) 3 L UCLA 10 W UCLA (11) 23 L UCLA (14) 7 W UCLA 20 L UCLA 16 W UCLA (5) 14 L UCLA 3 W UCLA 9 L UCLA (17) 8 Wins 4, Losses 10

Oppt. (rank)score 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 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

Date Oct. 29, 1988 Oct. 22, 1988 Nov. 18, 1967 Sept. 24, 1955 Sept. 16, 1955 Nov. 6, 1954

W/L UCLA (rank)score L UCLA (1) 30 W UCLA (1) 24 L UCLA (1) 20 L UCLA (1) 0 W UCLA (1) 21 W UCLA (1) 41 Wins 3, Losses 3

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


UCLA’S LEAGUE Championship Teams

1998 • Overall Record: 10-2-0; Pacific-10 Conference Record: 8-0; AP Rank: 8; Coach: Bob Toledo 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.

1997 • Overall Record: 10-2-0; Pacific-10 Conference Record: 7-1; AP Rank: 5; Coach: Bob Toledo 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.

1987 • Overall Record: 10-2-0; Pacific-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.

1985 • Overall Record: 9-2-1; Pacific-10 Conference Record: 6-2; AP Rank: 7; Coach:Terry Donahue 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.

1983 • Overall Record: 7-4-1; Pacific-10 Conference Record: 6-1-1; AP Rank: 17; Coach:Terry Donahue 1993 • Overall Record: 8-4-0; Pacific-10 Conference Record: 6-2; AP Rank: 18; Coach:Terry Donahue 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.

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 2717 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.

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UCLA’S LEAGUE Championship Teams

1961 • Overall Record: 7-4; AAWU Record: 3-1; AP Rank: 16; Coach: Bill Barnes

1982 • Overall Record: 10-1-1; Pacific-10 Conference Record: 5-1-1; AP Rank: 5; Coach: Terry Donahue

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.

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).

1959 • Overall Record: 5-4-1; AAWU Record: 3-1; AP Rank: n/a; Coach: Bill Barnes

1975 • Overall Record: 9-2-1; Pacific-8 Conference Record: 6-1; AP Rank: 5; Coach: Dick Vermeil 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 • Overall Record: 9-2; Pacific Coast Conference Record: 6-0; AP Rank: 4; Coach: Red Sanders 1965 • 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.

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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.


UCLA’S LEAGUE Championship Teams

1942 • Overall Record: 7-4-0; Pacific Coast Conference Record: 6-1; AP Rank: 13; Coach: Edwin Horrell 1954 • NATIONAL CHAMPIONS • Overall Record: 9-0; Pacific Coast Conference Record: 6-0; AP Rank: 2; UPI Rank: 1; Coach: Red Sanders 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.

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 (No team photo available)

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.

SOME PAST BRUIN CHAMPIONSHIP COACHES

1953 • 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.

Harry Trotter

Bill Spaulding

Edwin Horrell

Red Sanders

Tommy Prothro

Terry Donahue

1946 • Overall Record: 10-1; Pacific Coast Conference Record: 7-0; AP Rank 4; Coach: Bert LaBrucherie 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.

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UCLA PLAYERS In All-Star Games Hula Bowl 1947 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 1948 Carl Benton, B, Don Capp, E, Robert Mike, T 1949 Bill Clements, E, Mike Dimitro, G 1950 George Pastor, G 1952 Hal Mitchell, T 1953 Donn Moomaw, LB 1954 Paul Cameron, HB, Chuck Doud, T 1955 Jack Ellena, T, Jim Salsbury, G, Primo Villanueva,HB 1956 Hardiman Cureton, G, Bob Davenport, FB, Rommie Loudd, E, Sam Brown, HB 1959 Bill Leeka, T, Dick Wallen, E 1960 Ray Smith, FB 1961 Bill Kilmer, HB, Marv Luster, E 1962 Ron Hull, C, Marshall Shirk, T, Bobby Smith, HB, Almose Thompson, HB 1963 Kermit Alexander, HB, Tony Fiorentino, G, Andy Von Sonn, C 1964 Walt Dathe, G, Mel Profit, E 1965 Kent Francisco, OT, Mike Haffner, HB, Larry Zeno, QB 1966 Kurt Altenberg, E, Russ Banducci, G 1967 Mel Farr, HB, John Richardson, DG 1968 Gary Beban, QB, Larry Slagle, OT 1969 Larry Agajanian, DT 1970 Greg Jones, HB, Floyd Reese, DT 1971 Dennis Dummit, QB, Tim Oesterling, DT 1972 Mike Pavich, G 1973 Randy Gaschler, C 1974 Jim Allen, DB, Kermit Johnson, RB, James McAlister, RB 1975 Gene Clark, OT, Art Kuehn, C 1976 Randy Cross, G, John Sciarra, QB 1977 Ray Burks, LB, Oscar Edwards, DB, Rick Walker, TE 1978 Gus Coppens, OT, Frank Stephens, LB 1979 Theotis Brown, RB, Jerry Robinson, LB, Manu Tuiasosopo, NG 1980 Brent Boyd, C 1981 Ken Easley, DB, Freeman McNeil, RB 1982 Luis Sharpe, OT, Tim Wrightman, TE 1983 Cormac Carney, SE, Irv Eatman, OT, Tom Ramsey, QB 1984 Don Rogers, DB, Lupe Sanchez, DB 1985 Neal Dellocono, LB, Duval Love, OT 1986 Mike Sherrard, SE, Tommy Taylor, LB 1987 Frank Batchkoff, DT, Karl Dorrell, FL 1988 Mel Farr, FB, Gaston Green, TB, Ken Norton, LB, Dennis Price, CB 1989 Troy Aikman, QB, Darryl Henley, CB, Doug Kline, ILB, Eric Smith, OLB 1990 Frank Cornish, C, Charles Arbuckle, TE 1991 Roman Phifer, OLB 1992 Dion Lambert, CB, Kevin Smith, FB 1993 Arnold Ale, LB, Mike Chalenski, DE, Carlton Gray, CB, Sean LaChapelle, WR, Kevin Williams, TB 1994 Craig Novitsky, OG 1996 James Milliner, RB, Teddy Lawrence, DB 1998 Jim McElroy, FL, Chad Overhauser, OT 1999 Mike Grieb, TE, Craig Walendy, FB 2000 Eric Whitfield, S, Durell Price, FB 2001 Jason Bell, DB 2002 Ryan Nece, LB 2003 Ricky Manning, DB, Marcus Reese, LB 2004 Mat Ball, DE, David Tautofi, DL 2006 Ed Blanton, OT 2008 Shannon Tevaga, OG Texas Vs.The World 2007 Junior Taylor, WR (injured in practice) 2008 Rodney Van, CB

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Japan Bowl 1976 Randy Cross, C, John Sciarra, QB 1977 Raymond Burks, LB, Oscar Edwards, DB, Rick Walker, TE 1978 Levi Armstrong, DB, Gus Coppens, OT Frank Stephens, LB 1979 Bobby Hosea, DB, Max Montoya, OT Jeff Muro, LB 1980 Brian Baggott, DB 1981 Arthur Akers, LB, Kenny Easley, DB Larry Lee, OG, Freeman McNeil, RB 1982 Willie Curran, FL, Luis Sharpe, OT 1983 Dan Dufour, C, Karl Morgan, NG, Tom Sullivan, DB, Jojo Townsell, FL 1984 Paul Bergmann, TE, Kevin Nelson, RB Don Rogers, DB, Lupe Sanchez, DB, Doug West, LB 1985 Neal Dellocono, LB, Ron Pitts, DB 1986 John Lee, PK, David Norrie, QB, Mark Walen, DT 1987 Craig Rutledge, SS, Matt Stevens, QB 1988 Alan Dial, S, Gaston Green, TB, Ken Norton, LB, Russ Warnick, OT 1989 Troy Aikman, QB, Eric Ball, TB, Chance Johnson, ILB, Doug Kline, ILB Marcus Turner, CB 1990 Mike Lodish, DT, Marvcus Patton, LB 1991 Corwin Anthony, TE, Brian Brown, TB, Brian Lockwood, OLB, Scott Miller, WR 1992 Scott Spalding, OG, Shawn Wills, TB, Brian Kelly, DT 1993 Arnold Ale, LB, Rick Daly, TE East-West Shrine Game 1932 Leonard Wellendorf, C 1934 Lee Coats, C 1936 Chuck Cheshire, H 1944 Mike Marienthal, G 1945 Bob Waterfield, Q 1946 George Robotham, E 1948 Bill Chambers, T, Tom Fears, E, Don Paul, C, Cal Rossi, HB 1949 (J)Bill Clements, E, Ernie Johnson, HB 1951 Bob Wilkinson, E 1952 Hal Mitchell, T 1955 (J)Sam Boghosian, G, Jack Ellena, T, Jim Salsbury, G 1957 Pete Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Garro, E, Don Shinnick, LB 1958 Bill Leeka, T, Dick Wallen, E 1960 (J)Paul Oglesby, T, Ray Smith, B 1960 (D)Jim Johnson, E-B, Bill Kilmer, HB, Marv Luster, E 1962 Kermit Alexander, HB 1963 Mel Profit, E 1966 Mel Farr, HB, John Richardson, DG 1967 Gary Beban, QB, John Erquiaga, C, Larry Slagle, T 1969 Mike Ballou, LB, George Farmer, E, Greg Jones, HB 1971 (J)Dennis Dummit, QB, Tim Oesterling, DT 1971 (D)Bob Christiansen, E, Dave Dalby, C 1972 Bruce Barnes, P, Bruce Walton, OT 1973 James McAlister, RB, Al Oliver, OT, Bill Sandifer, DT 1974 Art Kuehn, C, Fulton Kuykendall, LB 1977 (J)Wendell Tyler, RB, Rick Walker, TE 1977 (D)Levi Armstrong, DB 1979 (J)Peter Boermeester, PK 1979 (D)Johnny Lynn, DB 1981 Avon Riley, LB, Larry Lee, OG 1983 Jimmy Turner, DB 1984 Kevin Nelson, RB 1986 Mike Hartmeier, OG 1987 Joe Goebel, C, Chuckie Miller, CB, Derek Tennell, TE 1988 David Richards, OT, James Washington, S 1989 Darryl Henley, CB, Carnell Lake, OLB, Jim Wahler, NG 1990 Frank Cornish, C, Charles Arbuckle, TE 1991 Roman Phifer, OLB, Eric Turner, FS 1992 Matt Darby, S, James Malone ILB 1993 Mike Chalenski, DE, Carlton Gray, CB, Sean LaChapelle, WR 1994 Vaughn Parker, OT 1995 Carl Greenwood, CB

1996 1997 1999 2000 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2010

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

Senior Bowl 1951 Bob Wilkinson, E 1953 Ernie Stockert, E 1954 Bill Stits, B 1955 Joe Ray, T 1956 Jim Brown, G 1968 John Erquiaga, C 1970 Mike Ballou, LB, Wes Grant, DE 1972 Dave Dalby, C 1973 Allan Ellis, DB 1974 Fred McNeill, DE 1977 Mitch Kahn, C, Wendell Tyler, RB 1978 Frank Corral, PK 1980 Brent Boyd, C 1983 Blanchard Montgomery, LB, Tom Ramsey, QB, Dokie Williams, FL 1986 Robert Cox, OT, John Lee, PK 1987 Joe Goebel, C 1988 Willie Anderson, WR 1989 Eric Ball, TB, Darryl Henley, CB, Carnell Lake, OLB, Jim Wahler, NG 1991 Corwin Anthony, TE, Randy Austin, TE, Rocen Keeton, OLB, Scott Miller, WR, Lance Zeno, C (inj) 1992 Dion Lambert, CB 1996 Donnie Edwards, LB, Mike Flanagan, C 1998 Skip Hicks, TB, Shaun Williams, FS 1999 Larry Atkins, S (inj.), Cade McNown, QB; Chris Sailer, K 2000 Danny Farmer, WR 2002 Marques Anderson, S, Kenyon Coleman, DE, Bryan Fletcher, TE, DeShaun Foster, TB, Ken Kocher, DT, Robert Thomas, LB (inj.) 2003 Mike Seidman, TE 2004 Dave Ball, DE, Rodney Leisle, DT 2005 Craig Bragg, WR, Manuel White Jr., RB 2006 Marcedes Lewis TE, Spencer Havner, LB 2008 Bruce Davis, DE Blue-Gray Game 1979 Brian Baggott, DB 1989 Mike Farr, WR, Mike Lodish, DT, Rick Meyer, OG 1990 Randy Austin, TE, Reggie Moore, WR 1994 J.J. Stokes, WR, Wayne Cook, QB 1996 Phillip Ward, LB, Travis Kirschke, DL 1999 Keith Brown, TB (injured), Durell Price, FB, Ryan Roques, DB 2001 Anthony Fletcher, DT Villages Gridiron Bowl 1999 Brendon Ayanbadejo, LB; Andy Meyers, OG; Shawn Stuart, C; Craig Walendy, FB 2002 Brian Poli-Dixon, WR 2005 Matt Clark, CB, Chris Kluwe, P Las Vegas All-American Classic (Paradise Bowl, 2002-2003) 2002 Troy Danoff, C, Anthony Fletcher, DT, Scott McEwan, QB, Jason Stephens, S 2003 Bryce Bohlander, OT, Rusty Williams, DL, Joe Hunter, DB 2004 Shane Lehmann, OL 2006 Jarrad Page, S, David Koral, QB


ASSISTANT COACHES History Name Nick Aliotti Foster Andersen Norm Andersen Steve Axman Dino Babers Bill Barnes John Becker Bob Bergdahl Gary Bernardi Eric Bieniemy Gary Blackney Ken Blair Sam Boghosian Alan Borges Deke Brackett Rich Brooks Chuck Bullough Jacob Burney Tom Cable Jim Camp Ron Caragher Norm Chow A.J. Christoff Jim Colletto Bob Connelly John Cooper Larry Coyer Jim Criner Dave Currey Jim Dawson Gary DeLoach George Dickerson Terry Donahue Marc Dove Norman Dow Rod Dowhower Earnel Durden Jon Embree John Farrell Bob Field Jethro Franklin Frank Gansz, Sr. Frank Gansz, Jr. Tom Hayes Tim Hauck Johnny Hermann Todd Howard Ron Hudson Jed Hughes Tim Hundley Milt Jackson John Jardine Don Johnson Johnny Johnson Doug Kay Larry Kerr Ed Kezirian Tony Kopay Carnell Lake Clark Lea R. Todd Littlejohn Jerry Long

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 1950-63 1970, 1976 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, 2009-10 1979 1965-69 2000-04 1950-64 1977-79 1989, 2003-05 1982-92 1965-72 2009 2010 2001-02 1965-75

Name Rocky Long Dick Mansperger Larry Marmie Steve Marshall Tory Matheson Bill Matthews D.J. McCarthy Angus McClure Bob McKittrick Bill McPherson Mike Mikolayunas Reggie Moore Thurmond Moore Jim Mora Wayne Moses Jim Myers Ray Nagel Ron Nay Rick Neuheisel Jay Norvell Wayne Nunnely Dwain Painter Bob Palcic John Pearce Skip Peete Carl Peterson Dan Peterson Tommy Prothro Bill Rees Don Riley Greg Robinson Pepper Rodgers Al Sandahl Phil Savage** Brian Schneider Eric Scott Mike Sherman Ron Siegrist Kelly Skipper Homer Smith Phil Snow Lynn Stiles Lew Stueck Jim Svoboda Howard Tippett Bob Toledo Dick Tomey Terry Tumey Dick Vermeil Fred Von Appen DeWayne Walker Mike Waufle Doug Weaver Larry Weaver Mark Weber Ted Williams John Wristen

Years on Staff 1996-97 1963-64 1995 1996 1971 1971-78 2006 2007 1965-70 1975-77 1979 (Spring) 2008-10 2005 1974 1990-95, 2008-10 1949-56 1955-57 1971 1988-93 2007 1993-94 1976-78 1993, 2008-10 1999-02 1996-97 1973-75 1958-64 1949-54 1979-93 1976-87, 1995 1982-89 1965-66 1979 1990 2003-05 2007 1994 1965-68 1998-02 1972-73, 1980-86, 1990-93 2001-02 1971-75 1963-69 2004-06 1980 1994-95 1971-1976 1995-98 1970 1970 2006-08 1989 1971-72 1969-70 1997-03 1980-89 2006 *1953-2010 (Current assistant coaches boldface) **Graduate assistant

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UCLA FOOTBALL Attendance History

UCLA HOME ATTENDANCE Year 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

G 6 7 6 7 6 6 6 6 5 7 6 5 6 5 6 6 6 6 5 6 6 7 6 6 4 7 4

Att. 387,283 509,563* 458,271 454,683 385,305 363,092 339,813 392,375 333,067 470,961 298,951 368,547 327,531 287,660 294,643 308,375 301,478 295,561 245,760 327,619 324,718 442,850 334,133 364,368 211,751 374,047 215,293

Avg. 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 55,689 60,728 52,938 53,435 53,823

Year 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

G 6 5 5 7 6 6 6 7 5 6 7 6 5 5 5 6 6 4 4 6 6 6 6 8 6 6 6

Att. 352,284 260,595 265,796 330,690 303,276 283,904 288,032 296,481 234,056 239,375 339,736 241,630 267,974 246,264 234,118 339,705 272,150 218,106 163,223 221,867 232,045 205,388 216,271 304,530 207,522 262,847 250,864

Avg. 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 38,674 34,231 36,045 38,066 34,587 43,807 41,811

Year 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1945 1944 1943 1942 1941 1940

G 6 5 7 6 6 6 6 7 6 7 8 7 6 9 8 9

Att. 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. 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

(* indicates school record)

TOP CROWDS (1944-2009)

In 1996, UCLA played before the two largest crowds in school history. Since 1944, the Bruins have played before 85,000 or more fans 67 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.

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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 ’47 101,237 — 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) 93,458 — USC ’93

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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 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 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 † # * * # ‡ *

Legend

*Coliseum day games. #Coliseum night games. ***Coliseum twilight games. †Rose Bowl day games. ‡Mirage Bowl, Tokyo, Japan


UCLA TRADITIONS THE VICTORY BELL

months of age during the football season, this first official “Little Joe” was The winner of the annual USC-UCLA football game is given the Victory a Himalayan bear cub from India. However, after a short time he grew too Bell. The 295-pound bell originally hung atop a Southern Pacific freight large and was transferred to a circus. The first “Josephine” arrived in 1961, after a long search to fill “Little 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 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 each Bruin point. At the opening game of the 1941 UCLA football season, six members was soon moved to the San Diego Zoo. The difficulty in obtaining and caring for live bears eventually led to the 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 appearance of costumed student mascots. In the mid-1960’s several male Westwood. While the Bruin well-wishers were searching for the missing students were selected to take turns playing the part of Joe Bruin. In 1967, keys to the truck, the Trojan supporters drove off with the bell. The bell 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 remained hidden for more than a year in various locations. The controversy quieted somewhat until a picture of the bell was fea- been a fixture on the UCLA sporting scene ever since that time. tured in a USC publication. This action re-ignited the rivalry, as students from UCLA retaliated by painting the Tommy Trojan statue on the USC THE ORIGIN OF THE "UCLA BRUIN" campus. Trojan students then acted by burning their school’s initials on Back in 1919 UCLA was known as the “Southern Branch” of the Uniseveral UCLA lawns. Police versity of California. The and school administrators UCLA football team,playing had to be called to help its first season, was then quell the uprisings. known as the“Cubs” owing On Nov. 12, 1942, the to their younger relationbell was wheeled in front ship to the California Bears of Tommy Trojan and the in Berkeley. student body presidents In 1923,under new coach of both institutions signed Jimmie Cline, the football an agreement stating that team adopted the name thereafter the annual win“Grizzlies” instead of Cubs. ner of the rivalry football In 1925, Bill Spaulding came game would keep posseswest from the University of sion of the bell for the next Minnesota to help upgrade year. In that first season the football program. In on the gridiron following 1928, the Grizzlies joined the pact, the Bruins, under the Pacific Coast Conferthe direction of coach Edence. However, there was a win Horrell, defeated the problem with the nickname, Trojans, 14-7, to mark the since the University of first-ever Bruin win in the Montana, also a member series. Later that season, of the PCC at the time, had the Bruin team went on prior rights to the nickname to make its first ever post“Grizzlies”. UCLA, which season appearance in the had changed its name from Gary Beban, UCLA's Heisman winning quarterback, is one of many Bruin football alumni who the Southern Branch in 1943 Rose Bowl game. have served as an Honorary Captain and participated in the pre-game coin flip. 1927, became the “Bruins” in 1928 and has been recogHONORARY nized as such ever since. 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. 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

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-10 to produce a three-time consensus All-American in football - Jerry Robinson (1976-77-78) and Kenny Easley (1978-79-80). Over the last 28 years (1982-2009), no Pac-10 school has won more bowl games than UCLA (12). Over the last 28 years (1982-2009), only nine schools in the nation have won more bowls than UCLA. UCLA has played in seven bowls in the last eight years, tied for second in the Pac-10, and eight in the last 10 years. 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, safety Chris Horton and tight end Marcedes Lewis. 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. Randy Cross is the second Bruin in three years to be selected to the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame (Troy Aikman in 2008, Cross in 2010). There are 13 Bruins (10 players, three coaches) in the Hall.

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NEWS MEDIA Information UCLA ON RADIO/TELEVISION

This season, UCLA’s football games will be broadcast on AM 570 (KLAC). This is the 14th year of UCLA’s association with Clear Channel Radio and its fourth on AM 570. The games will again be produced by International Sports Properties (ISP), UCLA's corporate and media rights holder. ISP is also building a network on the West Coast and KLAC serves as the flagship station of the UCLA/ISP Sports Network. The game broadcasts are also available on the Bruin web site at www.uclabruins.com. Chris Roberts will be in his 19th year as the playby-play voice of the Bruins. A four-time Golden Mike winner, he also handles the play-by-play duties for men’s basketball. He has been nominated four times for the Southern California Sports Broadcasters Assn. “Play-by-Play Broadcaster of the Year” award. He has also authored two books, Stadium Stories, UCLA Bruins and The Football Vault, UCLA, co-authored with Bill Bennett. Prior to joining the Bruin crew in 1992, he served as the voice of the Long Beach State 49ers for 10 years. During that time, he was the sports director at KFI/KOST 103 FM. Over the last 28 years, no one has done more Division I radio play-by-play in Southern California.

Former Bruin quarterback Matt Stevens (’8386) will be in his 14th season as a member of the broadcast team and his 10th as the analyst following four years as the sideline reporter. He will also serve as co-host of the pre-game show. Wayne Cook (’91-94), another former Bruin quarterback, will be in his ninth year as a sideline reporter and pre-game show host. In addition, the home games are broadcast in Spanish on www.uclabruins.com. UCLA’s complete television plans were not definite at press time.

Left to Right: Wayne Cook, Chris Roberts and Matt Stevens ABC has selected theTexas (national),Stanford and Kansas State games while ESPN will televise the Oregon andWashington contests Both entities are expected to select other Bruin games on a national basis. ABC/ESPN is expected to select during the season. other games 12 days prior to kickoff in accordance FS West and Prime Ticket, Los Angeles-based regional with its contract with the Pac-10 Conference. sports cable stations, also available nation-wide on Fox Sports Net will telecast 11 Pac-10 football DIRECTV (West - 692, PT - 694), will televise some contests throughout the nation on its cable network games on a local basis, including the Washington State for the 12th consecutive year and license seven more contest. Bill Macdonald will again handle the play-bygames to Versus. FSN has selected the Houston and play duties (18th year) with James Washington serving Arizona State games for national telecasts thus far. as the analyst.

UCLA MEDIA OUTLETS NEWSPAPERS

Los Angeles Times, 202 West First St., Los Angeles, CA 90012 — 213/237-7145. Mike James (SE), Chris Foster (BW). Los Angeles Daily News, 21860 Burbank Blvd., Suite 200,Woodland Hills, CA 91367 — 818/713-3600. Gene Warnick (SE), Jon Gold (BW). Orange County Register, 625 No. Grand Ave., Santa Ana, CA 92711 — 714/796-7817. David Bean (ASE), Scott Reid/Adam Maya (BW). South Bay Daily Breeze, 5215 Torrance Blvd., Torrance, CA 90509 — 310/540-4201.Todd Bailey (SE). Paper carries L.A. Daily News UCLA beat stories. Riverside Press-Enterprise, 3450 14th St.,Riverside, CA 92501 — 951/368-9533. Jeff Parenti (ASE). Long Beach Press-Telegram, 604 Pine Ave., Long Beach, CA 90844 — 562/499-1338. Paper carries L.A. Daily News UCLA beat stories. Pasadena Star-News/San GabrielValleyTribune, 1210 N. Azusa Canyon Rd., West Covina, CA 91790 — 626/962-8811. Art Wilson (Asst. SE). Paper carries L.A. Daily News UCLA beat stories. San Bernardino Sun, 2239 Gannett Parkway, San Bernardino, CA 92407 — 909/386-3865. Louis Brewster (SE). Paper carries L.A. Daily News UCLA beat stories. Ventura Star, 550 Camarillo Center Drive, Camarillo, CA 93010 — 805/437-0275. Jon Catalini (SE), Joe Curley (BW).

Antelope Valley Press, 37404 Sierra Hwy., P.O. Box 880, Palmdale, CA 93590 — 661/273-8465. Robert Johnson (SE). The Sentinel, 3800 Crenshaw Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90008 — 323/299-3800. Ken Miller (SE). UCLA Daily Bruin, 308Westwood Plaza,LosAngeles, CA 90024 — 310/825-9851. Sam Strong (SE).

WIRE SERVICES AND NATIONAL PUBLICATIONS

Associated Press, 221 So. Figueroa, Suite 300, Los Angeles, CA 90012 — 213/626-1200. Beth Harris (SE). USA Today, 10866 Wilshire, #890, Los Angeles, CA 90024 — 310/882-2400. David Leon Moore (L.A. BW).

TELEVISION STATIONS

CBS2/KCAL9, 4200 Radford Ave., Studio City, CA 91604 — 818/655-2400. B: Jim Hill, John Ireland, Gary Miller.

FS West/Prime Ticket, 1150 South Olive, Suite 350, LosAngeles,CA 90015 — 213/743-7800.Bill Macdonald (UCLA Play-By-Play), James Washington, Michael Eaves, Jim Watson, Don MacLean, Sean Farnham. GM: Steve Simpson; Exec. Producer: Tom Feuer; PR Contact: Whitney Garvens. ESPNLA, 1011 S. Figuroa, Los Angeles, CA 90015 — 213/405-4227. Local — B: Neil Everett, Stan Verrett, Shelley Smith. Exec. Producer: A.J. Ponsiglione.

RADIO STATIONS

AM 570 KLAC/Fox Radio (UCLA ISP Sports Network Flagship Station), 3400 W. Olive Ave. #550, Burbank, CA 91505 — 818/559-2252. UCLA broadcasters:Chris Roberts (play-by-play),Matt Stevens (analyst),Wayne Cook (sideline). Hosts: Steve Hartman, Vic Jacobs, Petros Papadakis, Matt Smith, Dan Patrick, Jim Rome, Tony Bruno, JT The Brick. GM: Don Martin; Asst. Program Director: Brian Blackmore. KNX, 5670Wilshire Blvd. #200, Los Angeles, CA 90036 — 323/964-8307. KFWB, 5670 Wilshire Blvd. #394, Los Angeles, CA 90036-5679 — 323/900-2098.

NBC4, 3000 W. Alameda Ave., Burbank, CA 91523 — 818/840-4237. B: Fred Roggin, Mario Solis.

KSPN, 800 W. Olympic Blvd., Suite A200, Los Angeles, CA 90015 — 213/284-7145.

ABC7, 500 Circle Seven Drive, Glendale, CA 91201 — 818/863-7677. B: Rob Fukuzaki, Curt Sandoval.

KLAA, Angel Stadium, 2000 Gene AutryWay,Anaheim, CA 92806 — 714/940-2500.

KTLA, 5800 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90028 — 323/460-5907. B: Derrin Horton, Steve Hartman.

Mighty XX, 3655 Nobel Drive, Ste. 470, San Diego, CA 92122 — 858/535-2500.

KTTV/KCOP, 1999 S. Bundy Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90025-5235 — 310/584-2030.

uclaradio.com, 308Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90024 (UCLA Student Station) — 310/825-9104.

Legend: BW-Beat Writer, SE-Sports Editor, ESE-Exec. Sports Editor, SD-Sports Director, B-Broadcaster.

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NEWS MEDIA Information MEDIA CREDENTIALS

Admission to the Rose Bowl press box, sidelines and dressing area is by credential only. Due to space limitations,credentials will be limited to media members who cover UCLA on a regular basis, media members who cover the visiting team or national media. Local weekly publications will be credentialed only if space is available after filling requests from daily publications. Freelancers will not be accommodated.Requests should be submitted in writing by the media agency’s Sports Editor or Sports Director at least two weeks prior to the game and addressed to Marc Dellins, Sports Information Director, UCLA Athletic Department, P.O. Box 24044, Los Angeles, CA 90024-0044 (mdellins@athletics.ucla. edu). Writers covering the UCLA beat may request credentials for road games through Dellins.

CREDENTIAL PICKUP

Credentials are available during the week at the Sports Information Office. Credentials not claimed by Friday afternoon will be available on Saturday at the “PressWill Call’’ window, which is located outside of Gate B at the southeast side of the Rose Bowl. Photo credentials are not available for advance pick-up and are issued on the day of the game. “Press Will Call’’ opens two hours prior to kickoff.

MEDIA PARKING

A limited number of parking permits are available from the Sports Information Office.The media area is located on the west side of the Rose Bowl. A map showing lot locations is printed on the back of the pass.

MEDIA ENTRANCE/SEATING

The press gate is located adjacent to Gate F on the west side of the Rose Bowl.Three press box elevators are located in the lobby area opposite Gate F. Media seating is located on the south side of Level Two of the press box. Television and radio booths are located on Level Three of the press box. Press box credentials are not good on the sidelines until the final five minutes of the game. Please be aware that all people and bags are subject to search.

MEDIA SERVICES

A play-by-play of each quarter, plus halftime and final statistics and post-game quotes from both coaches, are supplied to media. Programs, pre-game notes and flip cards will be distributed prior to the game. Food is available in the press box for the media and in the field level work area for photographers.

TELEPHONE/INTERNET/FAX SERVICE

Media wishing to order telephones should place their order through AT&T — (800/339-3204).Telephone instruments are not provided. Radio stations wishing to order broadcast lines should contact AT&T Program Services (800/400-6990 from anywhere in the country).Two charge-call telephones are located in the press box for use by the media. Internet access is available in the press box by both network/ethernet connection at each seat and by wireless connection.

PHOTOGRAPHY

Television and Photo credentials entitle video and still photographers to shoot from the sidelines. In accordance with NCAA rules, members of the media (still photographers, television cameramen and reporters) are not allowed in the team area (between the 25-yard lines). Only photographers wearing proper credentials and working are allowed on the sideline. Photo credentials will not be mailed and may only be picked up on game day at the PhotoWill Call booth at Gate A. Please have picture identification available and be aware that all people and bags are subject to search. Credential holders not working will be asked to leave the sidelines. In addition, a limited amount of space is available on the Photo Mezzanine, which is located in front of Press Box Level One. A new photo transmission room has been established on the field level on the east side of Tunnel 23A (the west tunnel). Photographers may order telephone lines installed in this area for digital transmission. Electrical power, game programs and rosters will be available in this area. In addition, food and drinks will also be available in this area.

POST-GAME PROCEDURE

Following a cooling-off period, head coach Rick Neuheisel and selected Bruin players will be available in the Interview Room, located on the east side of Tunnel 23 A (west tunnel). Soon after Coach Neuheisel addresses the media, the UCLA locker room will be open to credentialed members of the media.The UCLA locker room is located down the hallway from the interview room.The visiting coach will meet the media in an interview room just north of the visiting locker room. In the case of a night game, questions and answers from the Interview Room (UCLA interviews only) will be shown on the press box television monitors.

WEEKLY INTERVIEW OPPORTUNITIES

Head Coach: Rick Neuheisel hosts a media conference every Monday at 1:00 p.m. in the Press Room of the J.D. Morgan Center. Coach Neuheisel will also be available following practice sessions onTuesdays,Wednesdays and Thursdays. In addition, an audio tape of his Monday news conference will be available for play-back throughout the week, beginning late Monday afternoon. Coach Neuheisel will also be available weekly on the Pac10 Coaches conference call. Contact the Pac-10 office for the telephone number and schedule of coaches. Coach Neuheisel will not be available to the media on Sundays. Players: All interviews must be arranged by the Sports Information Office. Players have been instructed not to grant any interview, in person or by telephone, not arranged by the SID staff. Player telephone numbers are private and will not be released. Players will not be available on Sundays.Interviews may be arranged for Mondays (a non-practice day), prior to coach Neuheisel’s regular media session, by making a request to SID Marc Dellins or Associate SID - Football Steve Rourke on Sunday. Please do not expect players to be available if you have not made prior arrangements. On Monday through Wednesday of game week, interviews may also be scheduled around the lunch hour, if the request is made the previous day and the player is available.Players will usually be available for brief interviews after practice on Tuesdays and Wednesdays once they have completed their football obligations.

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Players will not be available on Thursday, Friday or before a game. Post-practice interviews will be conducted on Spaulding Field or in Pauley Pavilion.The locker room, training room and weight room are offlimits to everyone with the exception of team members and Athletic Department personnel. Radio stations may schedule telephone interviews following the guidelines listed above. All interviews must be completed before the players leave the locker room area after practice. Night interviews will not be scheduled.

WEEKLY RELEASES

The weekly UCLA football release is available on the official school internet site — uclabruins.com.Audio and video interviews will also be available on the site during the season.

PRACTICE

The UCLA football team practices on Spaulding Field, located just south of Pauley Pavilion. This season, practice sessions on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays will be open to the media outlets that cover UCLA on a regular basis, national media and other media outlets at the discretion of the Sports Information Office. Media expecting to attend practice should contact the SID office (310206-6831) to have their name placed on a list. No live/real-time transmissions are allowed during practice, including radio reports or blogging. Video and still photographers may shoot isolation footage of players to be interviewed but not wide-angle formations.Video and still photographic shooting is only allowed during the first 30-40 minutes of practice. Media must call in advance to make sure that their name is on a list to be admitted to the practice session. The team will have a light workout on Sundays this season. The Sunday workout is closed to all media and no interviews will be conducted that day.

DIRECTIONS TO UCLA

From Los Angeles International Airport, take Century Blvd. east to the San Diego Freeway (405). Take the San Diego Freeway north to Wilshire Blvd. (approx. 15 miles). Go east on Wilshire and continue to Westwood. Turn left on Westwood and stop at the parking kiosk. Media parking is available in Lot 6 and Lot 8, located near Pauley Pavilion.

DIRECTIONS TO THE ROSE BOWL

From Los Angeles International Airport, take Century Blvd. east to the San Diego Freeway (405). Take the San Diego Freeway north to the Ventura Fwy (101) — approx. 20 miles. Take the Ventura Freeway east to the junction of the Hollywood (101) and Ventura (134) Freeways — approx. five miles. Take the Ventura Freeway east past the Golden State Freeway (5) into Pasadena — approx. 15 miles. Exit at Linda Vista and follow the signs to the Rose Bowl.


ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Dan Guerrero

DAN GUERRERO DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS NINTH YEAR :: UCLA '74 On April 25, 2002, Daniel G. Guerrero was named UCLA’s eighth Director of Athletics. A former Bruin baseball player, Guerrero, who assumed his duties on July 1, 2002, has enjoyed great success and exudes the pride of a student-athlete who is in charge of the program at his alma mater.

straight Final Four), women’s soccer (fifth straight College Cup) and men’s tennis, placed fifth (tied) in women’s volleyball and softball and seventh in women’s gymnastics. UCLA also played in its sixth consecutive bowl game and won four conference championships and two league tournaments.

Guerrero is one of the most respected and talented administrators in all of intercollegiate athletics. He is the current president of the Division I Athletic Directors Association. In addition, he is the first vice-president of the National Assn. of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) and a member of the NACDA Executive Committee.

In 2006-07, UCLA won an NCAA championship in women’s water polo, the school’s 100th NCAA team title, and placed second in men’s soccer and women’s tennis, third in women’s golf, tied for third in men’s basketball, women’s soccer and women’s volleyball, fourth in women’s gymnastics, fifth in women’s outdoor track and field, tied for fifth in men’s tennis, seventh in men’s golf and women’s indoor track and field, ninth in men’s outdoor track and field and tied for ninth in baseball. UCLA played in its fifth straight bowl game in football and won four league titles.

This past June, Guerrero completed a five-year term on the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee. As the chair in 2009-10, he was involved with the negotiation of the new $10.8 million, 14-year NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament television package as well as the decision to expand the Tournament to 68 teams. In Guerrero’s eight years as AD, he has clearly established a pattern of “image and substance” that few in his profession can match. UCLA stands as the No. 1 University in the nation for NCAA team championships (106) won, a number that continues to grow under his direction. In those eight years, UCLA teams have won 20 NCAA team titles (the highest total in the nation in that span) in 11 different sports, finished second 16 times and have had an additional 28 Top Five finishes (64 total). A staggering 152 teams (of 184 possible) have qualified for NCAA post-season competition and the football team has appeared in seven bowl games.The program has also won 45 conference championships in 15 different sports, produced over 400 All-Americans and featured four Honda Award winners, including the 2003-04 Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year.

In 2005-06, UCLA won two NCAA titles (men’s volleyball and women’s water polo) and placed second in men’s basketball and women’s soccer, tied for third in softball, tied for fifth in men’s tennis, tied for seventh in men’s golf and tied for ninth in women’s volleyball and women’s tennis. UCLA also won the Vitalis Sun Bowl in football and captured seven conference championships and two post-season tournaments. In 2004-05, UCLA won three NCAA titles (men’s water polo, men’s tennis and women’s water polo) and placed second in women’s soccer, men’s volleyball, women’s golf and softball, tied for second in women’s outdoor track and field, fourth in women’s gymnastics and tied for fifth in women’s volleyball. UCLA also earned its first NCAA post-season appearance in women’s rowing (varsity eight) and won eight conference championships.

Furthermore, during the 2008 Summer Olympic Games in Beijing, China, 39 Bruins participated as athletes or coaches, representing the United States and nine other nations. They won 15 medals, including four gold. In the last eight years, UCLA has finished second three times (2007-08, 2006-07 and 2005-06), third twice (2004-05 and 2003-04), fourth (2009-10), sixth (2002-03) and 16th (2008-09) in the race for the Leerfield Sports Directors’ Cup. This past year, UCLA placed fourth in competition for the Leerfield Cup and won its 11th NCAA Championship in softball and its sixth in women’s gymnastics. The Bruins finished second in baseball and men’s water polo, tied for third in women’s soccer (seventh straight College Cup), fifth in women’s water polo, tied for fifth in men’s soccer and men’s tennis, sixth in women’s golf, tied for ninth in women’s tennis, 12th in women’s rowing, 16th in men’s golf, tied for 17th in women’s basketball and women’s volleyball and 19th in women’s swimming. UCLA also won three conference titles and two league post-season tournaments and the football team won the EagleBank Bowl. In 2008-09, UCLA won its fifth consecutive NCAA women’s water polo championship. The Bruins finished second in women’s golf, tied for third in women’s soccer (sixth straight College Cup) and men’s tennis, placed seventh in women’s gymnastics and ninth (tied) in softball, women’s volleyball and women’s tennis. UCLA also won six conference titles. In 2007-08, UCLA won three NCAA championships in women’s water polo (fourth straight), women’s tennis (first) and men’s golf (second).The Bruins finished second in women’s golf, tied for third in men’s basketball (third

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ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Dan Guerrero a new multi-million dollar agreement with ISP Sports, a premier national collegiate sports marketing organization.

ATHLETIC Guerrero also led the negotiations that solidified the relationship between DIRECTOR UCLA and the Rose Bowl, inking a 20-year agreement, which included over

$13 million in facility enhancements to benefit the UCLA football program. He has also reorganized the External Relations area, integrating Corporate Sponsorships, Marketing and Development under one umbrella, in anticipation of a major revenue generating initiative designed to address capital project needs, operational support and program endowments.

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR

Under Guerrero’s guidance, UCLA continues to aggressively enhance its athletic facilities, including the completion of the Bud Knapp Football wing of the Acosta Center, and the sports medicine and athletic performance centers in the same complex. A new golf practice facility and the Easton Softball Stadium renovation, benefitting the Bruins’ golf and softball powers, respectively, were completed for the 2004-05 season. The installation of synthetic turf at Spaulding Field was completed in 2006, the final phase of the Acosta Center project (Olympic sport locker rooms) was completed in 2007. Spieker Aquatic Center was completed in the summer of 2009 and the renovation of Pauley Pavilion is underway. In 2003-04, the Bruins won four NCAA titles (women’s outdoor track and field, softball, women’s golf and women’s gymnastics).They also placed second in men’s tennis, women’s tennis and men’s golf, tied for third in women’s soccer, tied for fifth in men’s soccer and women’s volleyball and fifth in women’s indoor track and field. In addition, the Bruins captured seven league titles. In Guerrero’s first year at UCLA (2002-03), UCLA won four NCAA titles (men’s soccer, women’s gymnastics, women’s water polo and women’s softball).The Bruins placed third in men’s golf, tied for third in men’s tennis and tied for fifth in women’s golf and women’s tennis. UCLA also earned six conference titles. Over the past eight years, Guerrero has earned numerous honors. In June of 2007, he was named the NACDA Division I West Region Athletic Director of the Year. His other honors include 2002 UCLA Latino Alumnus of theYear (October 2002); Cal State Dominguez Hills’ Alumnus of theYear (March 2003); and 2003 “Father of the Year” by the Father’s Day Council of the American Diabetes Association (June). On September 10, 2002, the Los Angeles City Council honored him with Dan Guerrero Day. He also became the first athlete in any sport at Banning (Wilmington, CA) High School to have his jersey (#8 in baseball) retired (2003). Guerrero was named one of the nation’s Top 100 Most Influential Hispanics by Hispanic Business Magazine (October 2004) and the May 5, 2003 issue of Sports Illustrated listed him #28 among the 101 Most Influential Minorities in Sports. He was one of 28 people whose photo was featured on that issue’s cover. In addition to unparalleled success in the playing arena, his eight years at the helm have also demonstrated the overall excellence Guerrero has made a priority for the program. Belief in conducting a program of integrity has been a cornerstone of Guerrero’s leadership throughout his career. Named as a 1999 Sports Ethics Fellow by the Institute for International Sport, Guerrero has fostered a strong sense of commitment and dedication among his coaches and staff to the development of the total studentathlete experience. He has also served as an Executive Board member of the National Consortium for Academics and Sport for over a decade and is resolute in his desire to support academic achievement and life skills development for UCLA student-athletes. As a result, he has spearheaded unprecedented growth in the Academic Support and Life Skills program at UCLA. In Guerrero’s eight and two-thirds years (23 quarters), studentathletes earned 5,433 spots on the Director’s Honor Roll (3.0 or higher grade-point average for a quarter) and community service activities for the program are at an all-time high. Resource development has always been a strength for Guerrero and his tenure at UCLA has demonstrated continued evidence of this skill. This past year, he negotiated a tremendous seven-year, multi-million dollar extension with adidas, equipment provider for all of UCLA’s 24 sports, which takes effect for the 2011-12 school year. In 2004-05, he completed

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Guerrero has extensive experience in committee work at both the NCAA and conference level. He has been a member of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee (he was the 2009-10 chair) and also served on the “College Basketball Partnership,” a group formed by NCAA president Myles Brand, that included many of the most influential people in the sport. He has served as Chair of both the Pac-10 Athletic Directors Committee and the Budget and Finance Committee, has served on several Pac-10 committees and is currently a member of the Pac-10 Diversity Leadership Initiative Review, Revenue Sharing, Basketball Tournament, Men's Basketball Officiating, Bowl and Rose Bowl Management committees. He has also served on other NCAA committees, including the NCAA Division I Baseball Committee and the Baseball Academic Enhancement Committee and at the time of his hire by UCLA was serving as the second vice president of the Division I-AAA Athletic Director’s Association. Guerrero came to UCLA from UC Irvine, where he had served as UCI’s fifth permanent Director of Athletics for 10 years (1992-2002).The broad competitive success of its athletic teams, the academic excellence of its student-athletes, the development of new and improved facilities and enhanced relations with the UCI community, reflect the progress UC Irvine Athletics experienced under Guerrero’s direction. During his tenure, the program continued to accumulate conference championships, garner national rankings, feature graduation rates among the nation’s best, and win numerous post-season honors for its student-athletes. In June of 2002 while still at UC Irvine, he was named the 2001-02 Division I-AA/I-AAA West Region NACDA Athletic Director of the Year. Resulting from Guerrero’s resourcefulness and creativity, UCI experienced unprecedented activity in the area of athletic facilities development. In his final five years, Guerrero was the driving force behind $38 million of newly constructed or renovated facilities.These projects included a newly renovated track and soccer complex, a new 64-meter competitive swimming pool, a new baseball stadium and the Anteater Recreation Center, one of the premier recreation centers in the country. Prior to arriving at UC Irvine, Dan came from Cal State Dominguez Hills, where he led that program to national prominence while serving as Athletic Director for five years (1988-92). Guerrero received his Bachelor’s degree from UCLA in 1974 and played second base in the Bruin baseball program for four years. His batting average in Pacific-8 Conference games over three seasons as a varsity performer was .343. Guerrero, known as “Warrior” during his playing career, was inducted into the UCLA Baseball Hall of Fame in 1996.The Bruin Athletic Director earned a Master’s degree in Public Administration in 1982 from Cal State Dominguez Hills and was named to the Pi Alpha Alpha Honor Society for Public Affairs and Public Policy that same year. Guerrero, born on November 10, 1951 in Tucson, AZ, was raised in Wilmington, CA. He is married to the former Anne Marie Aniello and they have two grown daughters: Jenna and Katie.


UCLA ATHLETICS Champions Made Here When it comes to athletic success, UCLA ranks second to none, as evidenced by its 106 NCAA team championships. Over the past three-plus decades, no school can match UCLA’s combination of NCAA team and individual championships, football bowl games, men’s basketball NCAA Tournament appearances and Olympic participation. In April of 2005, Sports Illustrated On Campus stated that “UCLA has the most complete athletic program in the country.”

UCLA ATHLETICS SIX-YEAR RECAP (2003-04 - 2008-09) Sport 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 Baseball T-17th n/a T-33rd T-9th Basketball (M) n/a T-33rd 2nd T-3rd Basketball (W) T-33rd n/a T-17th n/a Cross Country (M) 7th/R 4th/R 12th/R 23rd Cross Country (W) 7th 27th 6th/R 5th/R Football bowl bowl bowl bowl Gol