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Los Angeles, CA 325 Westwood Plaza Los Angeles, CA 90095 Athletics Phone (310) 825-8699 Ticket Office (310) UCLA-WIN Website uclabruins.com Social Media @UCLAFootball Chancellor Dr. Gene Block Director of Athletics Daniel G. Guerrero Enrollment 44,947 (30,873 undergraduates) Founded 1919 Colors Blue and Gold Nickname Bruins Conference Pac-12 National Affiliation NCAA Division I Home Stadium Rose Bowl Offensive Alignment Multiple Defensive Alignment Multiple Letterwinners Returning 36 (12 starters: 5 off. / 7 def.) Letterwinners Lost 27 2017 Overall Record 6-7 2017 Conference Record 4-5 (4th, Pac-12 South Div.) UCLA IMG Radio Team: Josh Lewin (play-by-play), Matt Stevens (analyst), Wayne Cook (sideline)

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Chip Kelly (New Hampshire '90) Quarterbacks: Dana Bible Defensive Coordinator: Jerry Azzinaro Inside Linebackers: Don Pellum Offensive Line: Justin Frye Tight Ends: Derek Sage Outside Linebackers / Special Teams: Roy Manning Defensive Line: Vince Oghobaase Receivers: Jimmie Dougherty Running Backs: DeShaun Foster Defensive Backs: Paul Rhoads Director of Football Performance: Frank Wintrich

1st Year 1st Year 1st Year 1st Year 1st Year 1st Year 1st Year 1st Year 2nd Year 2nd Year 1st Year 1st Year

Quick Facts/Schedule Rosters Coaching Staff Returning Player Biographies Newcomer Biographies

1 2-3 4-11 12-35 36-43

Yearly Coaching Records Bruin Championship Teams Year-By-Year Coaching Records UCLA Football Traditions All-Time Letterwinners List

Bowl History Bowl Game Summaries

2017 Season in Review Final Statistics & Results 2017 Honors Box Scores

44-49 49-50 51-57

Records The Last Time Career Records Single-Season Records Individual Records Bowl Records True Freshman Records Team Single-Season Records Opponent Records Single-Game / Career Records Lists Opponent Game Records All-Time 100-Yard Rushers/Receivers Multiple 100-Yard Games Single-Game 100-Yard Duos Top 10 Offensive/Defensive Seasons All-Time NCAA Season Leaders Year-By-Year Totals

58-59 60-61 62-63 64-65 65 66 67 68 69-70 71 72 72 73 74-81 82 83-87

98 99-100 101 102 103-107 108-114

Traditions UCLA's National Championship Season Hall of Famers All-Americans UCLA and the Heisman Trophy UCLA Award Winners Retired Jerseys Honored Bruins First-Team All-Conference Conference Leaders Classroom All-Stars

115 116-117 118-126 127 127-131 132 133 134 135-136 137

Bruins in the NFL 2018 NFL Bruins / First Rounders Bruins in the Super Bowl All-Time Professional Roster All-Pro/Pro Bowl Selections NFL Draft History UCLA IMG Radio Team

138 139 139-144 145 146-148 148

History All-Time Results / Record vs. Oppt. All-Time Record vs. Opponents Record in Overtime Fourth Quarter/OT Wins Comeback Wins / Top-10 Ranked Games Bruin Wins Over Top 25-Ranked Opponents UCLA's BCS / Playoff Poll History

83-92 93 94 94 95 96-97 97

2018 UCLA FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Date Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 28 (Fri.) Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 26 (Fri.) Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 24 Nov.. 30 (Fri.)

Opponent ('17 Record) Cincinnati (4-8) at Oklahoma (12-2) Fresno State (10-4) at Colorado*(5-7) Washington*(10-3) at California*(5-7) Arizona*(7-6) Utah*(7-6) at Oregon*(7-6) at Arizona State*(7-6) USC*(11-3) Stanford*(9-5) Pac-12 Championship Game

Time/TV 4 p.m./ESPN 10 a.m./FOX 7:30 p.m./FS1 6 p.m./FS1

7:30 p.m./ESPN

Location '17 Result Rose Bowl --Norman, Okla. --Rose Bowl --Boulder, Colo. W, 27-23 Rose Bowl L, 23-44 Berkeley, Calif. W, 30-27 Rose Bowl L, 30-47 Rose Bowl L, 17-48 Eugene, Ore. W, 31-14 Tempe, Ariz. W, 44-37 Rose Bowl L, 23-28 Rose Bowl L, 34-58 Santa Clara, Calif. (Levi's Stadium)

Series First Meeting UCLA trails 1-3 UCLA leads 6-2 UCLA leads 10-3 UCLA leads 40-31-2 UCLA leads 54-33-1 UCLA leads 24-16-2 UCLA leads 11-5 UCLA leads 40-28 UCLA leads 20-13-1 UCLA trails 31-47-7 UCLA leads 45-41-3

All times are Pacific time ... *Denotes Pac-12 Conference Game

2017 UCLA FOOTBALL RESULTS (6-7 Overall; 4-5, 4th Pac-12 South) Date Sept. 3 Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 3 (Fri.) Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Nov. 24 (Fri.) Dec. 26 (Tue.) Senior safety Adarius Pickett

(UCLA Rk) Opponent (Rk) Texas A&M Hawai'i (#25) at Memphis at Stanford* Colorado* at Arizona* Oregon* at Washington*(#12) at Utah* Arizona State* at USC* (#12) California* Kansas State (Cactus Bowl)

* Denotes Pac-12 Conference Game

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Location Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Memphis, Tenn. Stanford, Calif. Rose Bowl Tucson, Ariz. Rose Bowl Seattle, Wash. Salt Lake City, Utah Rose Bowl L.A. Coliseum Rose Bowl Phoenix, Ariz.

Score W, 45-44 W, 56-23 L, 45-48 L, 34-58 W, 27-23 L, 30-47 W, 31-14 L, 23-44 L, 17-48 W, 44-37 L, 23-28 W, 30-27 L, 17-35

Attendance 64,635 50,444 46,291 48,042 61,338 48,380 55,711 69,847 45,902 53,847 82,407 50,287 32,859


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ALPHABETICAL No. 82 19 55 48 70 43 44 86 14 88 71 4 25 12 73 33 23 72 23 65 30 85 21 10 39 49 20 57 9 78 30 22 1 14 31 29 26 97 1 77 19 35 12 6 27 32 27 66 28 37 9 11 15 56 50 64 55 51 22 41 18 17 95 74 76 93 17 92 91 4

Name Alaimo, Matt Allen, Kazmeir Alves, Michael Anawalt, Winston Anderson, Alec Anderson, Je'Vari Andrus, Jr., Martin Asiasi, Devin Barnes, Krys Beadles, Connor Beckett, Baraka Blaylock, Stephan Brown, Antonio Burton, Austin Burton, Jake Calvert, Bo Churchwell III, Kenny Cochrun, Zach Cota, Chase DeFranco, Stephen Den Bleyker, Johnny Dulcich, Greg Ezeike, Michael Felton, Demetric Fernea, Ethan Flintoft, Collin Flintoft, Stefan Gaines, Jon Gates, Elijah Gramlick, Lucas Guidry, Elisha Higgins II, Kenroy Holmes, Darnay Howard, Theo Huffstutter, Zack Hurt, Delon Irby, Martell Isibor, Odua Jamabo, Soso James, Andre Johnson, Alex Johnson, Rahjae Johnson, Rahyme Johnson III, Stephen Jolly, Patrick Juarez, Mique Kelley, Joshua Khalil, Mohamed Kinder, Cole Lake, Quentin Lee, Dymond Lucier-South, Keisean Lynch, Matt Mafi, Atonio Manoa, Tyler Marrazzo, Sam Mason, Steven Matus, Ethan Meadors, Nate Michaelsen, Alex Modster, Devon Molson, JJ Moore, Marcus Murphy, Justin Murray, Christaphany Nnoruka, Chigozie Norwood, Josiah Odighizuwa, Osa Ogbonnia, Otito Olorunfunmi, Bolu

NUMERICAL Pos. TE RB OL LB OL LB DL TE LB TE OL DB WR QB OL LB DB OL WR OL LS TE WR WR WR P P OL DB OL DB RB DB WR DB WR RB DL RB OL DB DB LB WR DB LB RB OL RB DB WR LB QB DL DL OL DL DL DB LS QB K DL OL OL DL QB DL DL RB

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

Wt. 220 175 322 205 300 224 298 250 235 230 280 180 182 196 302 235 190 291 206 270 208 210 215 184 192 185 191 280 180 310 182 165 198 182 190 190 200 250 212 305 170 170 230 195 175 245 204 295 196 185 187 235 214 380 290 290 255 250 196 200 215 185 255 291 298 294 165 280 315 222

Yr. Fr. Fr. R-So. R-Fr. Fr. Jr. So. R-So. Jr. R-Fr. Fr. Fr. R-Fr. R-Fr. R-So. Fr. Fr. R-Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. R-So. Jr. Fr. R-Sr. Fr. R-Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. R-Fr. Sr. R-Jr. Fr. Fr. So. R-Jr. Fr. R-So. R-Jr. Fr. R-Fr. So. R-So. R-Jr. R-So. Fr. Fr. R-Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. R-Fr. R-So. Jr. R-So. Grad. Fr. R-Jr. Fr. R-So. Fr. Sr.

Exp. HS HS 1V SQ HS TR 1V SQ 2V SQ HS HS SQ SQ 1V HS HS SQ HS HS 2V HS HS 1V 1V HS 2V HS SQ HS HS HS 1V 2V HS HS HS SQ 3V 2V HS HS 1V 1V HS 1V SQ HS SQ 1V SQ 2V SQ HS HS SQ JC HS 3V SQ SQ 2V 1V TR HS 1V HS 1V HS 3V

Hometown Paramus, N.J. Tulare, Calif. San Diego, Calif. San Gabriel, Calif. Fontana, Calif. West Oakland, Calif. Long Beach, Calif. Shoreview, Calif. Bakersfield, Calif. Pasadena, Calif. Pacific Palisades, Calif. Compton, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Newton, Mass. Alpine, Calif. Oxnard, Calif. Casa Grande, Ariz. San Clemente, Calif. Medford, Ore. Corona, Calif. Fremont, Calif. Glendale, Calif. Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. Temecula, Calif. Dripping Springs, Texas Pacific Palisades, Calif. Westchester, Calif. Wauwatosa, Wisc. Pasadena, Calif. American Canyon, Calif. Murrieta, Calif. Oakland, Calif. Pasadena, Calif. Westlake Village, Calif. West Linn, Ore. Ontario, Calif. San Diego, Calif. Phoenix, Ariz. Plano, Texas Herriman, Utah Carson, Calif. Oakland, Calif. Leimert Park, Calif. San Leandro, Calif. Tampa, Fla. Torrance, Calif. Lancaster, Calif. San Diego, Calif. Newport Beach, Calif. Irvine, Calif. Reseda, Calif. Santa Ana, Calif. Broomfield, Colo. Shoreview, Calif. Hayward, Calif. Aliso Viejo, Calif. San Diego, Calif. San Jose, Calif. San Bernardino, Calif. Newport Beach, Calif. Mission Viejo, Calif. Montreal, Quebec, Canada Pasadena, Calif. Belton, Texas Palmdale, Calif. Sacramento, Calif. Cypress, Calif. Portland, Ore. Houston, Texas Clovis, Calif. 2

Last School / High School St. Joseph Regional HS Tulare Union HS St. Augustine HS Loyola HS Etiwanda HS Laney College / De La Salle HS Los Angeles Senior HS Michigan / De La Salle HS Liberty HS Loyola HS Palisades Charter HS St. John Bosco HS Campbell Hall School West Orange HS Granite Hills HS Oaks Christian HS Mountain Pointe HS San Clemente HS South Medford HS Santiago HS Moreau Catholic HS St. Francis HS Colony HS Great Oak HS Dripping Springs HS Loyola HS Loyola HS Marquette University HS Buena Park HS American Canyon HS Vista Murrieta HS Liberty HS Calabasas HS Westlake HS West Linn HS Servite HS Morse HS St. Mary's HS Plano West HS Herriman HS Loyola HS Hiram Johnson HS Bishop Mora Salesian HS San Leandro HS Newsome HS North HS UC Davis / Eastside HS St. Augustine HS Newport Harbor HS Mater Dei HS Chaminade Prep Orange Lutheran HS Legacy HS Junipero Serra HS St. Francis HS Aliso Niguel HS Southwestern College / Torrey Pines HS Archbishop Mitty HS San Gorgonio HS Newport Harbor HS Tesoro HS Selwyn House School Crespi HS Tech Tech / Belton HS Mater Dei HS American River College / Kennedy HS Santa Margarita Catholic HS Douglas HS James E. Taylor HS Clovis North HS

1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 6 6 7 7 9 9 10 10 11 11 12 12 14 14 15 15 15 17 17 17 18 19 19 20 20 21 21 22 22 23 23 24 25 25 26 26 27 27 28 29 29 30 30 31 32 33 33 35 37 39 41 41 43 44 46 47 48 49 50 51 52

Darnay Holmes DB Soso Jamabo RB Kyle Philips WR Josh Woods LB Wilton Speight QB Rayshad Williams DB Stephan Blaylock DB Bolu Olorunfunmi RB Stephen Johnson III WR Adarius Pickett DB Dorian Thompson-Robinson QB Mo Osling III DB Elijah Gates DB Dymond Lee WR Demetric Felton WR Colin Samuel DB Keisean Lucier-South LB Audie Omotosho WR Austin Burton QB Rahyme Johnson LB Krys Barnes LB Theo Howard WR Matt Lynch QB Jaelan Phillips LB Andrew Strauch K JJ Molson K Josiah Norwood QB Christian Pabico WR Devon Modster QB Kazmeir Allen RB Alex Johnson DB Stefan Flintoft P Brandon Stephens RB Michael Ezeike WR Quentin Wallace K Kenroy Higgins II RB Nate Meadors DB Kenny Churchwell III DB Chase Cota WR Jay Shaw DB Antonio Brown WR Tyree Thompson LB Martell Irby RB Leni Toailoa LB Patrick Jolly DB Joshua Kelley RB Cole Kinder RB Delon Hurt WR Ryan Parks DB Johnny Den Bleyker LS Elisha Guidry DB Zack Huffstutter DB Mique Juarez LB Bo Calvert LB Drew Platt TE Rahjae Johnson DB Quentin Lake DB Ethan Fernea WR Alex Michaelsen LS Jayce Smalley LB Je'Vari Anderson LB Martin Andrus Jr. DL Donovan Williams LB Shea Pitts DB Winston Anawalt LB Collin Flintoft P Tyler Manoa DL Ethan Matus DL Lokeni Toailoa LB


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ALPHABETICAL No. 11 7 17 29 2 15 6 99 47 33 53 83 85 10 24 41 3 20 15 60 75 25 7 26 52 99 90 21 58 56 61 46 3 81 87 2

Name Omotosho, Audie Osling III, Mo Pabico, Christian Parks, Ryan Philips, Kyle Phillips, Jaelan Pickett, Adarius Pierson, Crawford Pitts, Shea Platt, Drew Polite, Winston Priebe, David Robinson-Carr, Moses Samuel, Colin Shaw, Jay Smalley, Jayce Speight, Wilton Stephens, Brandon Strauch, Andrew Sweeney, Zach Tagaloa, Boss Thompson, Tyree Thompson-Robinson, Dorian Toailoa, Leni Toailoa, Lokeni Wade, Elijah Wade, Rick Wallace, Quentin Walsh, Koby Wariboko-Alali, Josh Weitzman, Bryan Williams, Donovan Williams, Rayshad Wilson, Caleb Wilson, Jordan Woods, Josh

NUMERICAL Pos. WR DB WR DB WR LB DB K DB TE DL TE DL DB DB LB QB RB K OL OL LB QB LB LB LB DL K LS OL OL LB DB TE TE LB

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

Wt. 180 187 198 202 180 245 198 170 187 230 265 230 280 205 191 226 232 206 180 290 315 220 205 225 240 255 275 180 200 293 310 215 183 235 250 235

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Coaches Jerry Azzinaro Jimmie Dougherty Vince Oghobaase

AS-in-arrow DOH-er-tee oh-guh-BAH-see

Players 82 Matt Alaimo 19 Kazmeir Allen 55 Michael Alves 44 Martin Andrus, Jr. 86 Devin Asiasi 71 Baraka Beckett 4 Stephan Blaylock 72 Zach Cochrun 65 Stephen DeFranco 30 Johnny Den Bleyker 21 Michael Ezeike 10 Demetric Felton

uh-LYE-mo KAZ-meer Owlves ANN-druss ah-see-ah-see BUH-rah-kuh STEPH-en COCK-ren STEE-ven den BLAKE-er ee-ZEE-key duh-ME-trick

Yr. R-So. So. R-Sr. R-Fr. Fr. So. R-Sr. R-So. R-Fr. R-Fr. Fr. Fr. So. R-Jr. R-Fr. R-Fr. Grad. Jr. R-Jr. R-Fr. Jr. R-Jr. Fr. R-So. Jr. Fr. R-Jr. Fr. R-So. R-Jr. R-So. R-Fr. Fr. R-Jr. R-So. Sr.

Exp. SQ 1V 1V SQ HS 1V 3V SQ SQ SQ HS HS 1V 1V SQ SQ TR 2V 1V SQ 2V TR HS 1V 2V HS 2V HS SQ 2V SQ SQ HS 2V 1V 2V

Hometown Plano, Texas Panorama City, Calif. Long Beach, Calif. Manhattan Beach, Calif. San Marcos, Calif. Redlands, Calif. Richmond, Calif. Westlake Village, Calif. Agoura Hills, Calif. La Palma, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Waco, Texas Lancaster, Calif. Long Beach, Calif. Corona, Calif. Kaneohe, Hawai'i Richmond, Va. Plano, Texas Piedmont, Calif. Cooper City, Fla. Pittsburgh, Calif. Pacoima, Calif. Las Vegas, Nev. Rialto, Calif. Rialto, Calif. Las Vegas, Nev. Santa Margarita, Calif. Clarendon Hills,Ill. Los Angeles, Calif. Edmond, Okla. Oak Park, Calif. Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. Memphis, Tenn. Dallas, Texas Nashville, Tenn. Upland, Calif.

39 Ethan Fernea 20 Stefan Flintoft 30 Elisha Guidry 29 Delon Hurt 97 Odua Isibor 1 Soso Jamabo 32 Mique Juarez 12 Rahyme Johnson 6 Stephen Johnson III 11 Keisean Lucier-South 56 Atonio Mafi 51 Ethan Matus 22 Nate Meadors 18 Devon Modster 76 Christaphany Murray 93 Chigozie Nnoruka 92 Osa Odighizuwa 91 Otito Ogbonnia

High School/Last School Plano East HS Antelope Valley HS Long Beach Poly HS Loyola HS San Marcos HS Redlands East Valley HS El Cerrito HS Westlake HS Oaks Christian HS Los Alamitos HS Notre Dame HS Midway HS Antelope Valley HS Long Beach Poly HS Centennial HS Servite HS Michigan / Collegiate School Plano HS Piedmont HS St. Thomas Aquinas HS De La Salle HS Valley College / Bishop Alemany HS Bishop Gorman HS Carter HS Carter HS Arbor View HS Santa Margarita Catholic HS Hinsdale Central HS Notre Dame HS Casady HS Azusa Pacific / Oak Park HS Los Osos HS Whitehaven HS USC / Junipero Serra HS Montgomery Bell Academy Upland HS

FIR-knee-uh STEPH-an e-LIE-shuh duh-LAWN OH-doo-uh Iss-i-bor Juh-MAH-bo ME-kay rah-HEEM STEE-ven KEY-Shawn LOU-see-er MA-fee MAT-iss MED-ders dev-VON chris-TOPH-phan-knee CHEE-go-ZAY N-nor-oo-kuh OH-suh Oh-DIGGY-zoo-wuh oh-TEE-toe oh-BONE-yuh 3

4 Bolu Olorunfunmi 11 Audie Omotosho 7 Mo Osling III 17 Christian Pabico 15 Jaelan Phillips 6 Adarius Pickett 53 Winston Polite 83 David Priebe 3 Wilton Speight 15 Andrew Strauch 26 Leni Toailoa 52 Lokeni Toailoa 99 Elijah Wade 56 Josh Wariboko-Alali 3 Rayshad Williams

53 55 55 56 56 57 58 60 61 64 65 66 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 81 82 83 85 85 86 87 88 90 91 92 93 95 97 99 99

Winston Polite Michael Alves Steven Mason Atonio Mafi Josh Wariboko-Alali Jon Gaines Koby Walsh Zach Sweeney Bryan Weitzman Sam Marrazzo Stephen DeFranco Mohamed Khalil Alec Anderson Baraka Beckett Zach Cochrun Jake Burton Justin Murphy Boss Tagaloa Christaphany Murray Andre James Lucas Gramlick Caleb Wilson Matt Alaimo David Priebe Greg Dulcich Moses Robinson-Carr Devin Asiasi Jordan Wilson Connor Beadles Rick Wade Otito Ogbonnia Osa Odighizuwa Chigozie Nnoruka Marcus Moore Odua Isibor Crawford Pierson Elijah Wade

DL OL DL DL OL OL LS OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL TE TE TE TE DL TE TE TE DL DL DL DL DL DL K LB

BO-lu OH-lor-RUN-fun-me oh-mo-TOE-show AH-sling Puh-BEE-co JAY-lin uh-DARE-e-us po-LIGHT PREE-bee Spate Strow (like wow) LANGY toy-uh-LOW-uh low-KAY-knee toy-uh-LOW-uh ee-LYE-zhuh wahr-rhee-Bo-ko ah-LA-lee ruh-SHAUD


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CHIP

KELLY Head Coach 1st Season at UCLA New Hampshire ‘90 Chip Kelly was named UCLA’s head football coach on Nov. 25, 2017. Kelly holds 27 seasons of coaching experience at both the professional and collegiate levels, most recently serving as head coach of the San Francisco 49ers (2016). He also served as the head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles (2013-15) following four seasons as head coach at the University of Oregon (2009-12) where he posted a record of 46-7. Kelly’s lone season in San Francisco saw the 49ers improve from the league’s 21st-ranked rushing attack in 2015 (1,544 yards) to the 4th-best ground game in 2016 (2,019 yards). Running back Carlos Hyde was the biggest beneficiary of the improvement, gaining 988 yards in just 13 contests (76.0 yards per game). Over Kelly’s three seasons in Philadelphia, the Eagles ranked third in the NFL in points per game (26.9) and total offense (392.8 yards per game), as well as fourth in rushing yards per game (131.3). Sixteen Pro Bowlers were selected from his teams, including eight in 2014. The Eagles won 10 games in each of his first two seasons, as his 2014 offense scored a franchise-record 474 points to surpass his 2013 team’s previous-record total of 442.

Kelly began his coaching career guiding defensive backs and special teams at Columbia University in 1990. He moved to outside linebackers and safeties in 1991 before his first stint at UNH as running backs coach in 1992. He also spent one season at Johns Hopkins University as defensive coordinator in 1993.

The Eagles showed a marked improvement in Year 1 under Kelly, as their 10 wins followed a four-win 2012. He became just the second head coach in league history to win a division title in his first season in the NFL, as the Eagles captured an NFC East Division Championship. He was also named the Maxwell Club NFL Coach of the Year.

Kelly's Coaching Experience UCLA (2018) Head Coach .....................................................................................................2018 San Francisco 49ers (2016) Head Coach .....................................................................................................2016 Philadelphia Eagles (2013-2015) Head Coach ............................................................................................... 2013-15 University of Oregon (2007-12) Head Coach .............................................................................................. 2009-12 Offensive Coordinator ................................................................................ 2007-08 University of New Hampshire (1992, 1994-2006) Offensive Coordinator ................................................................................. 1999-06 Offensive Line ............................................................................................ 1997-98 Running Backs..................................................................................1992, 1994-96 Johns Hopkins University (1993) Defensive Coordinator ......................................................................................1993 Columbia University (1990-91) Outside Linebackers/Safeties ............................................................................1991 Defensive Backs/Special Teams ........................................................................1990

Kelly began his head coaching career at the University of Oregon in 2009, leading the Ducks to a 10-3 record and a trip to the Rose Bowl. He finished his time at Oregon with a overall record of 46-7 as head coach (2009-12), including a 33-3 mark in conference play. In his four seasons in Eugene, the Ducks averaged 44.7 points per game. Kelly became the first coach in school history to guide the program to three consecutive undisputed conference championships (2009-11) and its first three 12-win seasons (2010-12). Oregon made an appearance in a BCS Bowl game in each of Kelly's four seasons, including a trip to the National Championship game following the 2010 campaign. Kelly was named the Pac-10 Coach of the Year in back-to-back seasons in 2009 and 2010, and Associated Press Coach of the Year in 2010. The 2012 Ducks finished second in the nation in scoring (49.6 points per game) and fifth in total offense (537.4 yards per game) with freshman quarterback Marcus Mariota under center. They would conclude the season with a Fiesta Bowl victory over Kansas State. A January bowl game was also the end result for Oregon the year prior, as the Ducks defeated Wisconsin in a Rose Bowl thriller, 45-38. Kelly’s offense notched Top-5 finishes in points per game (46.1, third) and total offense (522.8 yards per game, fourth) in 2011. In 2010, the Ducks led the nation both points per game (46.1) and total yardage (530.7 per game) en route to a BCS National Championship Game appearance. In addition to his Pac10 Coach of the Year and Associated Press Coach of the Year awards, Kelly garnered Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year, Walter Camp Coach of the Year, The Sporting News Coach of the Year and American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Coach of the Year accolades.

Kelly's Head Coaching Record Collegiate Year School 2012 Oregon 2011 Oregon 2010 Oregon 2009 Oregon Totals

Kelly’s first season as a head coach (2009) culminated in a Rose Bowl appearance and the Pac-10 Coach of the Year award, as his offense ranked sixth in the country in both points per game (36.1) and rushing yards per game (231.7). He was promoted to the top spot after his offenses led the Pac-10 in a number of categories during his two seasons (2007-08) as offensive coordinator under Mike Bellotti.

NFL Year 2016 2015 2014 2013 Totals

Kelly had spent the previous 13 years at his alma mater, the University of New Hampshire, before being named offensive coordinator at Oregon. As offensive coordinator at UNH, Kelly protégée Ricky Santos earned the Walter Payton Award as the most outstanding player in FCS in 2006. The quarterback previously finished second in 2005. Kelly also coached the Wildcats’ offensive line (1997, 1998) and running backs (1992, 1994-96). The New Hampshire offense averaged better than 400 yards of total offense per game in seven of his eight seasons on staff. 4

Overall Record 12-1 12-2 12-1 10-3 46-7

Team San Francisco Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadelphia

Conf. Record 8-1 8-1 9-0 8-1 33-3

Overall Record 2-14 6-9 10-6 10-6 28-35

Conf. Div. Finish T-1st North T-1st North 1st North 1st North

Division Finish 4th in NFC West 2nd NFC East 2nd NFC East 1st in NFC East

Bowl Game Fiesta Bowl Rose Bowl BCS Nat. Champ. Rose Bowl


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Kelly's Season-By-Season Record 2012: Oregon 9/1 9/8 9/15 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/18 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17 11/24 12/1

W W W W W W W W W W L W W

57 42 63 49 51 52 43 70 62 59 14 48 35

(5) Arkansas State (4) Fresno State (4) Tennessee Tech (3) Arizona (22) (2) at Washington State# (2) Washington (23) (2) at Arizona State (2) Colorado (2) at USC (18) (2) at California (1) Stanford (14) 17 (5) at Oregon State (16) (4) Kansas St. (5) (Fiesta Bowl)

34 25 14 0 26 21 21 14 51 17 (ot) 24 17

W—12, L—1; (8-1, T1st in Pac-12 North) # at Century Link Field, Seattle Pre-Season Poll: 5 by AP; Final Poll: 2 by AP

2011: Oregon 9/3 9/10 9/17 9/24 10/6 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19 11/26 12/2 1/2

L W W W W W W W W W L W W W

27 69 56 56 43 41 45 43 34 53 35 49 49 45

(3) LSU# (4) (13) Nevada (12) Missouri State (10) at Arizona (9) California (9) at Arizona State (18) (9) at Colorado (7) Washington State (6) at Washington (6) at Stanford (3) (4) USC (18) (9) Oregon State (8) UCLA (P12-Champ. Game) (6) Wisconsin (9) (Rose Bowl)

40 20 7 31 15 27 2 28 17 30 38 21 31 38

W—12, L—2; (8-1, T1st in Pac-12 North) # Cowboys Classic in Arlington, Texas Pre-Season Poll: 3 by AP; Final Poll: 4 by AP

2010: Oregon

Chip Kelly is joined by Troy Aikman (l) and Dan Guerrero (r) at his introductory press conference on Nov. 25, 2017.

9/4 9/11 9/18 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/21 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/26 12/4 1/10

W W W W W W W W W W W W L

72 48 69 42 52 43 60 53 53 15 48 37 19

(11) New Mexico (7) at Tennessee (5) Portland State (5) at Arizona State (4) Stanford (9) (3) at Washington State (1) UCLA (1) at USC (24) (1) Washington (1) at California (1) Arizona (21) (1) at Oregon State (2) Auburn (1) (BCS Nat'l Champ.)

0 13 0 31 31 23 13 32 16 13 29 20 22

W—12, L—1; (9-0, 1st in Pac-10) Pre-Season Poll: 11 by AP; Final Poll: 3 by AP

2009: Oregon

Kelly's Record vs. Collegiate Opponents School

Record

Arizona.................................................................................................................................................................4-0 Arizona State ........................................................................................................................................................4-0 Arkansas State .....................................................................................................................................................1-0 Auburn .................................................................................................................................................................0-1 Boise State ...........................................................................................................................................................0-1 California ..............................................................................................................................................................4-0 Colorado...............................................................................................................................................................2-0 Fresno State .........................................................................................................................................................1-0 Kansas State ........................................................................................................................................................1-0 LSU ......................................................................................................................................................................0-1 Missouri State.......................................................................................................................................................1-0 Nevada.................................................................................................................................................................1-0 New Mexico..........................................................................................................................................................1-0 Ohio State ............................................................................................................................................................0-1 Oregon State ........................................................................................................................................................4-0 Portland State .......................................................................................................................................................1-0 Purdue .................................................................................................................................................................1-0 Stanford ...............................................................................................................................................................2-2 Tennessee ............................................................................................................................................................1-0 Tennessee Tech ....................................................................................................................................................1-0 UCLA ...................................................................................................................................................................3-0 USC .....................................................................................................................................................................3-1 Utah ......................................................................................................................................................................1-0 Washington ...........................................................................................................................................................4-0 Washington State ...................................................................................................................................................4-0 Wisconsin..............................................................................................................................................................1-0 5

9/3 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21 12/3 1/1

L W W W W W W W L W W W L

8 38 31 42 52 24 43 47 42 44 44 37 17

(16) at Boise State (14) 19 Purdue 36 Utah (18) 24 California (6) 3 (16) Washington State 6 (13) at UCLA 10 (12) at Washington 19 (10) USC (4) 20 (7) at Stanford 51 (14) Arizona State 21 (11) at Arizona 41(2ot) (7) Oregon State (13) 33 (7) Ohio State (8) (Rose Bowl) 26

W—10, L—3; (8-1, 1st in Pac-10) Pre-Season Poll: 16 by AP; Final Poll: 11 by AP NOTE: Number following Oregon score and opponent name is AP rankings the week of the game


COACHING STAFF

JERRY

Dana

AZZINARO

BIBLE

Defensive Coordinator 1st Season at UCLA American International ‘82

Quarterbacks 1st Season at UCLA Cincinnati ‘76 Dana Bible joined the UCLA staff as quarterbacks coach after a career which has included stops as an offensive coordinator in both the NFL and collegiate levels. He has coached such current NFL quarterbacks as Russell Wilson, Matt Ryan and Mike Glennon. Bible served most recently in the 2016 season as a senior advisor on Chip Kelly’s staff for the San Francisco 49ers. Prior to that, he was the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach for North Carolina State from 2007-2012. He also coached the Wolfpack receivers in the 2007-11 seasons. The Wolfpack played in four bowl games during that tenure and posted a 5-1 record in games against rival UNC. During that span, he tutored both Wilson and Glennon. Wilson (2008-10) would go on to throw for over 8,500 yards and 76 touchdowns, tying the school record with five touchdown passes in a game against Florida State, and setting an NCAA record with 379 passing attempts without an interception in his career. His efficiency rating of 147.77 in the 2009 season, when he threw for 3,027 yards, ranks second on the all-time school list. In 2008, Wilson, a redshirt freshman, was named the Rookie of the Year in the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) and became the first freshman to be named the first-team All-ACC selection at the quarterback position. Glennon (2008-12), totaled over 7,400 yards passing and tossed 63 scoring passes, throwing 31 in both the 2011 and 2012 seasons. He tied the school record of five touchdown passes in a game on multiple occasions and ranks second on the all-time school list for passing yards in a season with 4,031 in 2012, when he had three games of 440 passing yards or more. Prior to his time at NC State, Bible was the offensive coordinator, quarterbacks and receivers coach at Boston College from 1999-2006. The Eagles earned a bowl trip in each season Bible was at BC and posted wins in seven straight bowl appearances overall (defeating Arizona State in the 2000 Aloha Bowl, Georgia in the 2001 Music City Bowl, Toledo in the 2002 Motor City Bowl, Colorado State in the 2003 San Francisco Bowl, North Carolina in the 2004 Continental Tire Bowl, Boise State in the 2005 MPC Computers Bowl). Matt Ryan, who would go on to win the 2007 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award and the 2007 Manning Award, threw for three touchdowns and was named the MVP of the 2005 MPC Computers Bowl. Two of the top 10 rushers in Eagles history, William Green (1999-01), who totaled 2,974 yards rushing, and Derrick Knight (2000-03), who racked up 3,725 yards on the ground for his career, fueled the Eagle offense during this period. Green was the first running back selected in the 2002 NFL Draft. The Eagles posted at least eight wins in six of the seasons Bible coached at the school, registering an 8-3 record in the 1999 season which included a win over Notre Dame and the school’s first bowl invitation (Insight.com Bowl) since 1994. The four-win improvement marked the third-best turnaround in major college football that season. In 2004, the Eagles earned a share of the Big East Conference title. In 1998, Bible served as the offensive coordinator for the Philadelphia Eagles where he worked on the staff of head coach Ray Rhodes. Prior to the time in the NFL, Bible worked from 199597 as the offensive coordinator/ quarterbacks coach at Stanford under head coach Tyrone Willingham where he coached quarterback Chad Hutchinson. The Cardinal earned a spot in two bowl games (1995 Liberty Bowl and 1996 Sun Bowl) and recorded three straight wins in the rivalry game versus California during his tenure on the Farm. In 1994, Bible worked as offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach at the University of Cincinnati. From 1990-92, he was the quarterbacks coach of the Cincinnati Bengals on the staffs of Sam Wyche and then Dave Shula. The starting quarterback for the Bengals during this time was Boomer Esiason. In 1990, the Bengals won the AFC Central but lost in the Divisional playoffs. In the 1989 season, Bible served as wide receivers coach at Miami, Ohio. From 1986-89, he was the offensive coordinator, quarterbacks and receivers coach at San Diego State. The 1986 Aztecs team won the Western Athletic Conference title and earned the school’s first bowl bid in 17 years (Holiday Bowl). Quarterback Todd Santos, who was the MVP of that bowl game, went on to lead the nation in passing in 1987 and was drafted by the New Orleans Saints. From 1983-85, Bible worked at North Carolina State as coach of the receivers and quarterbacks where he coached future pro quarterback Erik Kramer. He was the receivers coach at Miami, Ohio in 1981 when the team finished second in the Mid-American Conference. In 1978 and 1979, Bible served as the quarterbacks coach at the University of Cincinnati and coached quarterback Danny Barrett who went on to have an outstanding career in the Canadian Football League. He began his coaching career with the Bearcats as a graduate assistant coach for the 1976 and 1977 seasons.

Jerry Azzinaro joined the Bruin coaching staff in December, 2017 as the defensive coordinator. He has coached for 36 seasons at the collegiate and professional levels, including most recently as the defensive line coach at the University of California for the 2017 season. The four previous seasons he coached in the NFL with Philadelphia (2013-15) and San Francisco (2016). He served on staffs under Coach Chip Kelly at the University of Oregon from 2009-12 and again during his stints with the Eagles and 49ers. This past season at California, the Golden Bears' defense improved across the board in the Pac-12 team rankings from the previous season. The margin in scoring defense was lowered by over 14 points, almost 100 yards per game was sliced off the total defense and rushing defense averages, the turnover margin increased and the red zone defense percentage shrunk by over 10 percent. Azzinaro has coached four first-round NFL Draft picks during his career - Arik Armstead (No. 17 by San Francisco, 2015), DeForest Buckner (No. 7 by San Francisco, 2016), Dwight Freeney (No. 11 by Indianapolis, 2002) and Dion Jordan (No. 3 by Miami, 2013). Azzinaro's three years in Philadelphia began with a playoff season, an NFC East title and a 10-6 regular-season record that was a six-game turnaround from 2012. The Eagles tied for third in the NFL with 31 takeaways that season. During his four years at Oregon, the Ducks played in BCS bowls each season and in the BCS National Championship Game following the 2010 campaign. Oregon also won conference titles in each of his first three seasons and posted an overall record of 46-7. Oregon led the conference in sacks twice (2009, '11) and tackles for loss once (2010) during Azzinaro's tenure that began in 2009 when the Ducks paced the Pac-10 and ranked tied for 14th nationally in sacks (36.0, 2.77 spg). In 2010, the Ducks won their first 12 games before falling to Auburn in the BCS National Championship Game. Oregon led the Pac-10 and ranked seventh nationally in tackles for loss (97.0, 7.46 tackles for loss/g) while finishing second in the conference and 12th nationally in scoring defense (18.7 ppg). Oregon led the Pac-12 and ranked fifth nationally in sacks (45.0, 3.21 sacks/g) in 2011 when the Ducks finished 12-2 overall and defeated Wisconsin in the Rose Bowl. His final season at Oregon in 2012 ended with a Fiesta Bowl victory and a 12-1 record as the Ducks led the nation in takeaways (40) and turnover margin (1.62). Azzinaro also has had three previous stints as a defensive coordinator, first at American International College (1987-91), then at the University of Massachusetts (1994, 1997) and at Duke (2004-06). He began his career as a graduate assistant on defense at his alma mater American International College (1982-84) and has also had stops at Westfield State (1985), Western New England (1986), Massachusetts (1992-93), Boston College (1995-96), Maine (1998) and Syracuse (1999-2003). Azzinaro played linebacker at American International College (1978-81) and led his team in tackles as a 1981 senior. He received his bachelor's degree from the school in psychology in 1982 and his master's in educational psychology in 1985. Azzinaro (pronounced: as-an-arrow) is married to Alison Rourke.

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COACHING STAFF

JIMMIE

DeSHAUN

DOUGHERTY

FOSTER

Receivers 2nd Season at UCLA Missouri ‘01

Running Backs 2nd Season at UCLA UCLA ‘14 UCLA All-American and NFL standout DeShaun Foster returned to Westwood to join the football staff as running backs coach on Jan. 21, 2017. Foster’s reunion with his alma mater came after spending one season as running backs coach at Texas Tech in 2016. In 2017, Foster’s Bruin running backs upped their rushing average per carry by almost a yard per attempt. Rushing yardage, rushing touchdowns and rushing first downs all went up for the Bruins. UCLA ranked third in the conference in total offense. The top four running backs each produced career-high rushing totals during the season and also generated new highs for receptions. Prior to joining the Texas Tech staff, Foster embarked on his coaching career as a volunteer assistant at UCLA in 2013 while also returning to school. In 2014, in addition to his work on the field, Foster completed his degree and graduated from UCLA. In 2015, he was promoted to Director of Player Development and High School Relations. The Bruins were among the most productive programs in the country during Foster’s tenure assisting with the running backs, going 28-11 overall with three bowl appearances during that span. Foster was instrumental in the development of Paul Perkins, who went on to be drafted by the New York Giants and capped off his Bruin career third all-time at UCLA in rushing yards. Foster joined the coaching ranks not long after a successful seven-year NFL career with the Carolina Panthers and San Francisco 49ers in which he recorded more than 4,500 total yards and 16 touchdowns – 3,570 yards and 11 touchdowns on the ground and another 1,129 yards and five touchdowns through the air. Foster’s strong pro numbers came after he missed his rookie season due to a preseason injury. A second-round selection by the Panthers in the 2002 NFL Draft, he recovered from that first-year setback to rush for over 600 combined regular season and playoff yards as Carolina advanced all the way to the Super Bowl. In Super Bowl XXXVIII, Foster rushed three times for 43 yards, including a 33-yard run into the end zone to pull Carolina within a single score against the New England Patriots early in the fourth quarter. It was the fifth-longest touchdown run in Super Bowl history. Foster put together his best three professional seasons from 2005-07 to close his career with the Panthers, surpassing the 1,000-yard mark for the first time in 2005 with a combined 1,084 yards on the ground during the regular season and two playoff games. Foster rushed for over 100 yards in back-to-back games late in the year, totaling 165 yards in the regular-season finale with Atlanta before pounding out 151 yards in Carolina’s 23-0 shutout of the New York Giants to open the NFC playoffs. Foster followed up his 2005 campaign with a regular season-high 897 yards in 2006. The following year, he closed out his tenure with the Panthers by posting 876 yards before signing with the San Francisco 49ers in the offseason, where he would play one season before hanging up his cleats. Foster is one of the most accomplished UCLA running backs in school history. He completed his career second on the all-time touchdowns scored list (44), third on the school’s all-time rushing list (3,194 yds) and fifth on the all-time Bruin scoring list (266 pts). Foster was ranked 18th on the Pac-10 career rushing list when he left Westwood, and his 722 career rushing attempts were the most in school history. His 13 100-yard career rushing games ranked fifth on UCLA’s all-time list and led to his earning first-team All-Pac-10 selections following the 2000 and 2001 seasons. As a senior in 2001, he led the Pac-10 in rushing with a 138.6 yards per game average, in scoring with a mark of 9.75 points per game and in all-purpose yardage at 154.75 yards per game. He rushed for 1,109 yards, the 10th highest total in school history, after becoming the first Bruin to reach the 1,000-yard mark in as few as seven games. On Oct. 13, playing against a University of Washington defense which had not allowed a rushing touchdown all year, Foster exploded for a school-record 301 yards and four touchdowns on 31 carries. His final scoring run of the contest came on a 92-yard jaunt, the second-longest in school history. He became just the third Pac-10 player, at the time, to have rushed for over 300-yards in a game. In 2000, he ran for 1,037 yards and scored 13 touchdowns. In the season-opener against Alabama, he tied a school record with 42 carries and finished with 187 rushing yards and three touchdowns. In 1999, he was limited to 375 rushing yards after suffering a severe ankle sprain early in the season. He also played five defensive snaps in the Bruin secondary that season. In 1998, Foster burst onto the college scene with a school freshman record 673 yards rushing and scored 12 touchdowns. He was the first true freshman to lead a UCLA team in rushing since Skip Hicks in 1993. He scored all four touchdowns (three rushing and one receiving) in UCLA’s 34-17 win over USC to tie the school record and set a new mark for Bruin true freshmen. A local product from Tustin High School, Foster rushed for 3,398 yards and scored 59 touchdowns as a senior, ultimately setting single-season (55) and career (90) CIF Southern Section marks for rushing touchdowns.

Jimmie Dougherty, a former college quarterback with previous coaching experience in the Pac-12 and Big Ten Conferences, joined the Bruin football staff in February of 2017 as wide receivers coach and passing game coordinator. In his first season with the Bruins, Dougherty’s receiving group helped establish a new school record for most passing yards in a season (4,478 yards), a total which ranked second in the Pac12. Jordan Lasley set school record marks for highest per game receiving yards average (140.4), most receiving yards in back-to-back games (431 yards) and most games in a season with 10 catches or more (3). He also tied the school record with seven 100-yard receiving games during the season, a number which led the Pac-12. Fellow receiver Darren Andrews was a semifinalist for the Biletnikoff Award and registered a team-high 10 scoring receptions, tied for the fourthhighest total in school history. Dougherty spent the 2016 season under Jim Harbaugh at Michigan, serving as an offensive analyst for the nation’s 12th-best scoring team (41.0 ppg). There, he continued a relationship with Coach Harbaugh that began back at the University of San Diego. He left Michigan to serve as receivers coach at the University of Oregon before heading south to join the Bruin staff. Prior to joining Harbaugh in Ann Arbor, Dougherty worked for three seasons (2013-15) at San Jose State University. He served as the offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach in the 201314 seasons. In 2013, he directed an offense that set 10 single-season team records and saw players establish more than 35 individual school marks. The Spartans were ranked sixth nationally in passing offense (355.9 yds), 15th in total offense (493.3) and averaged 32.4 points per game that season. Dougherty worked directly with quarterback David Fales, who went on to be an NFL draft selection of the Chicago Bears, on a passing game that gained more than 4,000 yards for the second season in a row. SJSU handed Fresno State and quarterback Derek Carr its first loss of the season in a 62-52 shootout in the '13 finale. Fales completed 37 of 45 passes during the game for 545 yards and six touchdowns. Dougherty's success was recognized nationally as he was a nominee for the Broyles Award honoring the top assistant coach in the NCAA Division I FBS football. In 2014, Dougherty added the title of Assistant Head Coach. He tutored quarterback Joe Gray, who tied a Mountain West record for consecutive games passing for at least 300 yards. In 2015, he transitioned to coach the wide receivers. The Spartans ranked eighth in the country in completion percentage (.675), 12th nationally in third down conversion percentage (.478) and 18th in the NCAA in red zone offense (.889) that year. From 2009-12, Dougherty was the wide receivers coach at the University of Washington and during his tenure he worked with four of the top 10 leading career receivers in school history - No. 2 Jaydon Mickens, No. 3 Jermaine Kearse, No. 4 Kasen Williams and No. 10 Devin Aguilar. Kearse, who totaled almost 3,000 career receiving yards in college, went on to become a starter on the Seahawks' Super Bowl XLVIII winning team and has racked up over 2,000 receiving yards in his NFL career. For the 2012 campaign, Dougherty added the title of passing game coordinator. In his last three seasons with the Huskies, UW participated in the 2010 Holiday, 2011 Alamo and 2012 Maaco Las Vegas Bowls. Dougherty first teamed up in 2004 with Coach Harbaugh at the University of San Diego, where he spent his first four seasons working in multiple capacities. The Toreros captured three Pioneer Football League championships during that span, while posting a record of 31-4 in the 2005-07 campaigns. In that initial season, Dougherty coached a receiving group that included All-American and team MVP Michael Gasperson, as well as Adam Hannula, who went on to rewrite the school record book for career numbers. Gasperson was later signed by the Philadelphia Eagles. The following season Dougherty showed his versatility and coached the tight ends. This group was led by senior Matt Koller who went on to earn All-Pioneer Football League honors. In 2006-07, he moved into the role of passing game coordinator and quarterbacks coach where he groomed Josh Johnson, a draft pick of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the school’s all-time leading passer. Johnson, who has gone on to play eight seasons in the NFL, registered 43 touchdown passes with just one interception in the 2007 season and finished third in the final Walter Payton Award voting for the top FCS player. For his career, Johnson completed 724 of 1,065 passes (.680) for 9,699 yards and 113 touchdowns. His career passing efficiency rating of 176.7 set a new all-time NCAA mark. In 2008, Dougherty was elevated to USD’s offensive coordinator and led an offense that averaged 35.3 points per game. A quarterback at Missouri for four seasons during his playing days (1997-2001), Dougherty began his coaching career as a defensive backs coach at Illinois Wesleyan during the 2002 and 2003 seasons. Dougherty earned his bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from Missouri in 2002 and received his master’s degree in Sport Management from Illinois State in 2004. Dougherty and his wife, Harper, have two daughters, Collins and Ellie.

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COACHING STAFF

Justin

ROY

FRYE

MANNING

Offensive Line 1st Season at UCLA Indiana ‘06

Outside Linebackers / Special Teams 1st Season at UCLA Michigan ‘04 Roy Manning joined the Bruin staff as outside linebackers coach and special teams coach in January of 2018. He came to UCLA after a three-year stint at Washington State as outside linebackers coach. Manning, who played in the NFL for three seasons and before that at the University of Michigan, also has coaching experience at his alma mater as well as the University of Cincinnati.

Justin Frye joined the UCLA football staff in February of 2018 as offensive line coach. He arrived in Westwood after serving as the run game coordinator/offensive line coach at Boston College the last five seasons. While at BC, the Eagles appeared in four bowl games in his five seasons. Frye helped structure and guide an offensive line that produced a Heisman Trophy finalist and the Atlantic Coast Conference's first Doak Walker Award recipient in Andre Williams. In 2013, the running back became the 16th player in FBS history to rush for over 2,000 yards in the regular season and placed fourth in the Heisman Trophy balloting.

Last season, Washington State ranked second in the Pac-12 in total defense, allowing 323.3 yards per game. The WSU pass defense ranked first in the league (170.9) and the run defense was fourth overall (152.4). The Cougars surrendered the fewest opponent first downs per game of any Pac-12 team (16.4) and owned the lowest opponent third down conversion rate (28.5%). Linebacker Frankie Luvu earned honorable mention all-conference honors and ranked tied for ninth in the Pac-12 with a 0.50 sacks per game average. Luvu was tied for eighth in the league with a 0.92 tackles for loss per game mark.

Williams finished the 2013 season leading the nation with the fifth-highest total in NCAA FBS history for a season at 2,177 yards. He shattered nearly every school single-season record at Boston College, including most rushing yards in a single game (339 vs. NC State) and rushing touchdowns in a game (5 vs. Army). The Eagle rushing attack ranked 20th in the NCAA in per game average (212.5) which was a 121.5-yard increase from the previous season average. Williams' 167.5 rushing yards per game average led the nation. Three of his linemen - left tackle Matt Patchan, center Andy Gallik and right tackle Ian White received all-conference recognition. The Eagles played in the 2013 AdvoCare V100 Independence Bowl.

In 2016, Manning saw his WSU outside linebackers combine to record 16 tackles-for-loss and 5.5 sacks and record six turnovers. Junior Dylan Hanser tied for third in the Pac-12 Conference with three forced fumbles and redshirt-freshman Nnamdi Oguayo tallied four sacks in his first season on the field. The Cougar defense finished the year third in the Pac-12 in rushing defense while forcing 23 turnovers, tied for fourth in the conference. In his first season at WSU in 2015, Manning’s outside linebackers combined for 26.5 tackles-forloss and 12.0 sacks, while registering 146 tackles. Seniors Ivan McLennan (9 TFL/6 sacks) and Kache Palacio (10 TFL/5 sacks) joined with redshirt-junior Parker Henry (72 tackles/7.5 TFLs) as the core of the unit.

In his second season at BC, he mentored an offensive line unit that paved the way for Tyler Murphy to break the Atlantic Coast Conference single-season record for rushing yardage by a quarterback and the Boston College career record in the same category (1,184 yards). BC averaged 254.7 yards per game on the ground in 2014 which ranked 14th in the nation and allowed just 21 sacks, tied for 29th in the country. Four linemen merited all-conference accolades - Gallik, tackle Seth Betancourt, tackle Ian Silberman and guard Bobby Vardaro. The Eagles played in the 2014 New Era Pinstripe Bowl.

Manning arrived in Pullman after serving the previous two seasons at his alma mater, Michigan, working as the cornerbacks coach in 2014 after coaching the outside linebackers in 2013. Under his direction, Michigan’s SAM linebackers Cam Gordon and Jake Ryan combined for 70 tackles, 13 tackles for loss and five sacks in 2013 while defensive back Raymond Taylor earned 2014 All-Big Ten honors in 2014.

Two of Frye's offensive linemen were selected in the 2015 NFL Draft - Ian Silberman (49ers) and Andy Gallik (Titans). In 2016, he oversaw an offensive line which helped the BC offense top the ACC and rank 11th in the nation in time of possession. Boston College played in the 2016 Quick Lane Bowl.

Prior to arriving back in Ann Arbor, Manning served as the running backs coach at the University of Cincinnati in 2012. That season Manning’s group led the Big East in rushing, averaging 201.5 yards per game in 2012. Running back George Winn put together the second-best rushing season in school history with 1,334 rushing yards (102.6 per game) and 13 touchdowns, both conference bests.

This past season, BC ranked 25th in the nation in rushing offense with a 220.4 yards per game average. Running back AJ Dillon ranked seventh in the nation in rushing yards with 1,589 and was tied for 19th nationally with 14 rushing touchdowns. Dillon's rushing average per game of 122.2 yards rated as the 12th-best in the country. BC's offensive line allowed just 1.15 sacks per game to rank as the 13th-best unit (tied) in the nation. Boston College appeared in the 2017 New Era Pinstripe Bowl.

Prior to joining the Cincinnati staff, Manning served as an offensive graduate assistant at Michigan, where he worked with the offensive line and was part of a coaching staff that led the Wolverines to an 11-2 record and a victory in the 2012 Allstate Sugar Bowl. Manning’s first coaching experience came at Cincinnati in 2010, where he worked as a defensive assistant.

Frye came to Boston College after working as offensive line coach at Temple University for two seasons (2011-12). He guided an offensive line at Temple that blocked for the top rushing offense in the Big East as the Owls totaled 201.2 rushing yards per game (31st in NCAA) in 2012. All-Big East first-team selection Montel Harris led the conference with a 105.4 rushing yards per game average.

Prior to his appointment in Cincinnati, Manning spent three seasons in the NFL with five different teams. He signed as a free agent with the Green Bay Packers in 2005. He played in 15 games and started two contests as a rookie, tallying 41 tackles and one pass breakup. Manning tied for third on the team with 21 tackles on special teams. He also had stints with the Houston Texans, Buffalo Bills, Jacksonville Jaguars and Cincinnati Bengals.

In Frye's first season at Temple, the Owls set school records for most rushing yards and most rushing touchdowns in a season while ranking seventh in the country in rushing offense (256.5 yards per game). Running back Bernard Pierce ranked sixth in the NCAA in rushing yards per game average (123.4). Two of his linemen, Pat Boyle and Wayne Tribue earned all-conference honors. Temple played in the 2011 New Mexico Bowl, making just the fourth bowl appearance overall by the program.

Manning played in 37 career games and made 10 starts at linebacker as a fifth-year senior with Michigan. He was named the Roger Zatkoff Award winner as the team’s top linebacker in 2004 after posting 39 tackles, six tackles-for-loss and one sack. Manning finished his career with 72 stops, nine TFLs and three sacks.

In 2009 and 2010, Frye was a graduate assistant coach working with the offensive line at the University of Florida. He helped mentor future NFL draft picks Maurkice Pouncey, Mike Pouncey, Marcus Gilbert and Maurice Hurt while with the Gators.

A native of Saginaw, Mich., Manning earned his bachelor’s degree in general studies from Michigan in 2004.

The Gators' offensive line opened holes for four players to rush for over 300 yards in 2010, one of only six BCS teams to accomplish the feat that season. The offensive line, which allowed just 24 sacks, had a Freshman All-America in guard Jon Halapio and an All-SEC performer in center Mike Pouncey. Following a win in the 2010 Outback Bowl, Gilbert and Pouncey were selected to play in the 2011 Senior Bowl. Maurkice Pouncey won the 2009 Rimington Award, given annually to college football's most outstanding center. The 2009 offensive line unit helped the Gators lead the Southeastern Conference in rushing and total offense while finishing second in scoring offense. Florida went on to play in the 2009 Sugar Bowl. Frye embarked on his coaching career at his alma mater, Indiana University, as an offensive graduate assistant in 2007-08 where he worked with the offensive line and the tight ends. Indiana played in the 2007 Insight Bowl against Oklahoma State. As a player, he lined up along the offensive line for Indiana in the 2002-06 seasons. Frye is a native of Elwood, Ind. and graduated from IU in 2006 with a degree in Sports Communications. He and his wife, Lauren, have three children - Kevin, Zoe, Max.

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COACHING STAFF

VINCE

DON

OGHOBAASE

PELLUM

Defensive Line 1st Season at UCLA Duke ‘10

Inside Linebackers 1st Season at UCLA Oregon ‘85

Vince Oghobaase (oh-guh-BAH-see) became UCLA’s defensive line coach in January of 2018. He joined the Bruin staff after working the previous two seasons in the NFL as the San Francisco 49ers’ assistant defensive line coach. He played collegiately at Duke University and finished his career ranked among the top 10 at the school in both sacks and tackles for loss. Prior to his time in the NFL, Oghobaase served as a defensive graduate assistant at The Ohio State University for three years (2013-15). Working primarily with the defensive linemen, he helped coach a Buckeye defense that ranked among the top-10 in the nation in sacks during each of the three seasons [2015 – tied for ninth (38.0); 2014 – tied for seventh (45.0); 2013 – third (44.0)]. During his tenure at Ohio State, he tutored defensive end Joey Bosa, now in the NFL with the Los Angeles Chargers, who registered 26.0 career sacks, the third most in school history. In 2014, Bosa recorded 13.5 sacks, which ranked fifth in the nation and as the second highest single-season total in school history. Oghobaase began his coaching career as a defensive graduate assistant at Duke in 2011, and helped the Blue Devils earn the program’s first bowl game appearance since 1994. Oghobaase was a four-year starter as a player at Duke from 2006-09, seeing action in 44 games. He registered 165 tackles during his career, and finished his career ranked sixth in school history in both sacks (14.0) and tackles for loss (36.5). During his college career, Oghobaase earned Freshman All-American honors in 2006 and was twice named honorable mention All-ACC (200809). He received third-team All-America honors from The Sporting News in 2009. A native of Houston, Texas, Oghobaase graduated from Duke in 2010 with a degree in sociology and signed a free agent contract with the Miami Dolphins after attending the NFL Scouting Combine. He later played with the Hartford Colonials in the United Football League and spent time on the Washington Redskins’ practice squad in 2010.

Don Pellum joined the Bruins staff for 2018 as inside linebackers coach after accumulating more than 30 seasons with his alma mater, the University of Oregon, as a player, administrator and assistant coach. During his four years on Chip Kelly’s staff at Oregon, the Ducks played in BCS bowls each season and in the BCS National Championship Game following the 2010 campaign. Oregon also won conference titles in each of the first three seasons and posted an overall record of 46-7. In 2014, his first season as defensive coordinator, Oregon once again advanced to the BCS National Championship Game after a 13-2 season. Pellum, who served 24 years as a Ducks' full-time assistant, spent time overseeing virtually all phases of the program's defensive side of the ball, tutoring its linebackers for 18 years (20002015; 1997-98), as well as its outside linebackers (1993-95), safeties (1996) and defensive line (1999). Pellum's teams played in bowl games 20 times during that period, including four Rose Bowl games and a couple of BCS Championship contests, while winning or tying for seven league championships. Possessing 37 years of expertise in the realm of collegiate athletics, Pellum completed his playing career with the Ducks in 1984. The former starting linebacker continued his association with his alma mater through the 2016 season, with the exception of a one-year stint as defensive line coach, strength coach and academic coordinator at Willamette University (1987) and three years coordinating the recruiting efforts and serving as assistant athletics director for student services at the University of California (1990-92). In 2014, the Ducks boasted one of the nation's top defensive units in his first year as a defensive coordinator, ranking 30th in the country in scoring defense (23.6), allowing more than 20 points in only one of the last six contests prior to their CFP National Championship appearance. In addition, Pellum continued the program's emphasis on making "big plays" as the Ducks led the country in turnover margin that season (+23). No team was better against the run in conference games during the Ducks' 2009 Rose Bowl run, thanks in part to an outstanding group of linebackers. Pac-10 foes averaged just 118.6 rushing yards per contest in addition to Oregon's league-best mark in total defense in conference play (316.0 avg.). His linebackers keyed many of Oregon's post-season successes as witnessed by Kiko Alonso and Michael Clay being voted as the Defensive MVP in the 2012 Rose and 2013 Fiesta Bowls, respectively. In 2012, his group was instrumental in Oregon ranking 12th in the country in scoring defense (18.69 ppg) during its BCS National Championship Game run, as well as 13th nationally (20.5) in the 2013 season. Yet few of his accomplishments could be any more rewarding than in 2005 when he transformed a unit which included only one returnee with any significant playing experience at the major college level. What resulted was a group that helped Oregon top the Pac-10 Conference in total defense and pass defense, in addition to finishing third in scoring defense. While his trio of 2005 starters began the season accumulating only 89 tackles during their Oregon careers, they tallied 207 as a group that year alone. In all, Pellum has seen his players earn 27 Conference all-league honors in his last 22 seasons. After returning to coaching on a full-time basis in 1993 following six years as a recruiting coordinator in the Pac-10, Pellum was responsible for assembling outstanding recruiting classes with both Oregon and California, and has been credited with directing some of the Ducks' best recruiting efforts over the years. In 2007, his recruiting talents helped land him on the list among the nation's top 25 recruiters by Rivals.com after Oregon's 2007 recruiting class was ranked 11th in the country. He was also named the 2011 Sporting News Recruiting Coordinator of the Year. The 55-year-old Banning, Calif., native double-majored in rhetoric and communication and telecommunication and film, and also minored in sociology. He also earned a master's in speech while he was a graduate assistant at Oregon. In addition, Pellum has completed work toward his Ph.D.

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Paul

Derek

RHOADS

SAGE

Defensive Backs 1st Season at UCLA Missouri Western ‘89

Tight Ends 1st Season at UCLA CSUN ‘02

Paul Rhoads joined the UCLA football coaching staff as defensive backs coach in December, 2017. Rhoads brought 27 years of coaching experience upon his arrival, including 17 as a head coach or defensive coordinator.

Derek Sage joined the UCLA football staff in February of 2018 as tight ends coach. He came to Westwood after working as the outside receivers coach at Washington State in 2017. WSU's passing offense ranked second in the nation (366.8) and the Cougars led the Pac-12 in several offensive categories, including passing yards per game (366.8), touchdown passes (37) and total passing yards (4,769).

A veteran of 10 bowl games, Rhoads has mentored six defensive backs who have been selected in the NFL Draft, highlighted by seven-time Pro Bowl selection and 2009 AFC Defensive Player of the Year Darrelle Revis.

Prior to coming to the Pac-12, Sage served three seasons as the wide receivers coach at the University of Toledo. In 2016, the Rockets ranked seventh in the NCAA in total offense (517.8 yards/game). Sage guided a receiving group that saw two players, who each caught 10 or more touchdown passes, earn All-Mid-American Conference. First-team selection Cody Thompson ranked 10th nationally with an average of 107.4 receiving yards per game. In his three seasons at Toledo, the Rockets combined for a 28-10 record, went to three bowl games, winning two, and improved from 234.2 passing yards per game in 2014 to 322.8 in 2016. He mentored seven all-conference receivers during his time at Toledo.

Rhoads most recently served as the interim head coach at Arkansas following the November 2017 dismissal of Bret Bielema. Rhoads was in his first season as the Razorbacks' defensive coordinator after leading their defensive backs unit the year prior. Prior to joining Bielema's staff on February 24, 2016, Rhoads spent 16 years as either a head coach or defensive coordinator at Iowa State, Pittsburgh and Auburn, including the previous seven seasons (2009-15) as Iowa State's head coach. In 2016, Arkansas' secondary forced 10 interceptions, returning four for touchdowns. The four interceptions returned for scores were the program's most in one season since at least 1985, tying for fourth-most in the nation and second-most in the Southeastern Conference. Three different Arkansas defensive backs recorded two interceptions apiece, including sophomore cornerback Ryan Pulley, who added 13 pass breakups to rank second in the SEC and tie for 12th nationally. In addition, senior cornerback Jared Collins tied for third in the SEC and 18th nationally with 12 pass breakups. Arkansas was one of just two schools in the conference with two players to rank in the top five of that category.

Sage arrived at Toledo following a four-year stint as the wide receivers coach at Wyoming from 2010-2013. In 2013, he mentored Cowboy wide receiver Robert Herron, who finished his career as the school's No. 4 all-time leader in touchdown catches with 20 and later played in the 2014 Reese's Senior Bowl and was drafted by Tampa Bay. Sage coached four all-conference receivers during his time in Laramie. Prior to his work at Wyoming, Sage was the wide receivers coach at New Hampshire from 200509, where he worked with Chip Kelly. UNH earned bids to the FCS playoffs in each of Sage's five seasons with the program, advancing to the quarterfinals in 2005, 2006, 2008 and 2009.

A native of Ankeny, Iowa, Rhoads guided the Cyclones to three bowl game appearances. He recorded four wins over ranked opponents, including three on the road – half of the school's all-time road victories over ranked teams.

While at New Hampshire, Sage coached some of the most productive receivers in school history, including All-American David Ball. Ball set New Hampshire receiving records for career receptions (304) and career receiving yards (4,655). He also became the NCAA career leader in TD receptions with 58, breaking Jerry Rice's previous record of 51 at Mississippi Valley State.

Taking over a program that had gone a combined 8-27 the previous three seasons, Rhoads' success in his first season at Iowa State was underscored by his place as the first Cyclone football coach to win seven games in his initial campaign since 1907 and the first ISU coach since 1931 to post a winning record in his initial season. His first season as head coach was highlighted by the program's first win at Nebraska in 32 years and a victory over Minnesota in the Insight Bowl.

Sage arrived at New Hampshire from the University of Nevada, where he helped coach the defensive backfield as a graduate assistant in 2003 and the wide receivers as a grad assistant in 2004. In 2002, he served as offensive line and tight ends coach at Moorpark College in California where the team led the Western States Conference in rushing (286.7 yards per game).

In addition, the Cyclones registered six Big 12 road victories under Rhoads. Prior to his arrival, the Cyclones had won just nine conference road games in the previous 17 seasons. Under Rhoads' direction, four linebackers garnered All-Big 12 first team honors, while two also received All-America accolades.

A native of Sparks, Nev., Sage played tight end for Sacramento City College for two years (199899), helping win conference and bowl championships at the junior college level. He completed his college career at CSUN, where he earned two letters at tight end in 2000 and 2001 before securing his bachelor's degree in kinesiology in 2002.

Rhoads spent the 2008 season as the defensive coordinator at Auburn under head coach Tommy Tuberville, where his defense ranked 18th nationally in scoring, allowing 18.0 points per game and 178.8 yards passing to rank 22nd nationally.

Sage and his wife Mandy have two children, daughter Piper, and son, Casen.

From 2000-07, Rhoads served as defense coordinator at Pittsburgh. Five of his defenses ranked in the nation's top 30 for scoring and three in the NCAA's top 12 for fewest yards allowed. Additionally, 14 of his Panther defenders earned All-Big East first team acclaim. In 2006, The Sporting News named him the Big East's best defensive coordinator. His 2004 defense ranked ninth nationally with 17 interceptions and four defensive touchdowns, helping propel the Panthers to a Big East Conference championship and an appearance in the 2005 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. Under Rhoads' guidance at Pittsburgh, Revis was a two-time All-American, two-time All-Big East selection and a 2006 Jim Thorpe Award semifinalist. Bernard "Josh" Lay (2006, New Orleans Saints), Shawntae Spencer (2004, San Francisco 49ers), Torrie Cox (2003, Tampa Bay Buccaneers) and Ramon Walker (2002, Houston Texans) joined Revis as Panthers chosen in the NFL Draft during Rhoads' tenure. During Rhoads' first stint at Iowa State (1995-1999), he served as the secondary coach his last four years after coaching the inside linebackers in 1995. He also assisted with the Cyclones' special teams. Prior to Iowa State, Rhoads spent three years at Pacific (1992-94). In his first three seasons he served as the defensive backs coach. The Tigers' defense ranked 20th nationally, allowing just 152 yards passing per game in 1993. In his final season, Rhoads coordinated the Tigers' pass defense. Rhoads began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at Ohio State (1991) and Utah State (1989-90), working with the secondary at both schools. A three-year letterwinner as a defensive back at Missouri Western, the 50-year-old Rhoads earned a bachelor's degree in economics in 1989. He and his wife Vickie have two sons, Jake and Wyatt.

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FRANK

WINTRICH Director of Football Performance 1st Season at UCLA Kentucky Wesleyan ‘02 Frank Wintrich joined the UCLA football staff in January of 2018 as director of football peformance. He came to Westwood after serving in a similar role for two seasons at the University of Virginia. The Cavaliers earned a spot in a bowl game following the 2017 campaign for the first time since 2011. Wintrich joined the Virginia football program as its director of football performance in January of 2016. He came to UVA with 13 years of experience on the collegiate level. Wintrich’s program for the Cavaliers featured integrated short and long term physical preparation training. A highlight of this training was the implementation of the multi-year system of training known as P.A.D.S. This program incorporates a holistic approach to the development of athletes, ensuring the mastery of one skill before moving forward with the development of a more advanced skill. Training begins with developing the minds of athletes through the utilization of the Self Aware Athlete program. This educational resource teaches athletes how to understand their bodies in order to better provide for their everyday physical and emotional needs. Performance Program Principles dictate athletes train safely, with a focus on strength development along with skills specific to their individual needs and most importantly developing the Warrior Mindset -- a program established in conjunction with former USMC Force Reconnaissance Marines and PhDs in sport psychology. Prior to BYU, where he worked with the football program in 2015, he spent four seasons at North Texas as the director of football performance and helped the Mean Green advance to their first bowl appearance in 10 years. He arrived in Denton, Texas from South Florida, where he was the associate director of strength and conditioning for three seasons for the Bulls during a time when USF advanced to three bowl games from 2008 to 2010. He spent two seasons (2006 and 2007) as the director of athletic development at The Citadel, directing the strength program that provided all aspects of athletic development for 15 varsity sports. Under his leadership, the program underwent a total makeover, including renovation of the strength training facility, expansion of the athletic development staff and the unification of training protocols for all athletes, while primarily working with football and baseball. Wintrich served for two seasons (2004-05) as an assistant strength and conditioning coach at Utah State and one year (2003) as a conditioning assistant at Arizona State. He began his strength and conditioning career as the head strength coach at Hardin-Simmons in 2002. Wintrich earned his bachelor's degree in sports and fitness management from Kentucky Wesleyan College in 2002. While at KWC, Wintrich was nominated as a team captain two consecutive years and was a two-time All-American at linebacker. Wintrich is from Seminole, Fla.

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MICHAEL

MARTIN

ALVES

ANDRUS, JR.

6-4 / 322 / Redshirt Sophomore Offensive Line San Diego, Calif. Saint Augustine HS

6-1 / 298 / Sophomore Defensive Line Long Beach, Calif. Los Angeles Senior HS

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2017

2017

Starter at offensive guard in all 13 games ... The Bruins improved their rushing output by almost a full yard per carry from 2016 totals ... Stats for rushing yardage, rushing touchdowns and rushing first downs all moved up in a positive direction from the previous season ... UCLA finished third in the Pac-12 in total offense.

Saw action in 11 games as a reserve along the defensive front ... Had two tackles each in games vs. Hawai'i and at Memphis ... Also had one stop in the win vs. Oregon.

High School Listed as a four-star recruit according to Scout.com and as the No. 249 player in the nation on the Scout 300 List … Scout's No. 14 defensive tackle prospect in the nation and No. 46 on the West 150 List … No. 26 recruit on the Scout California 100 List … No. 5 defensive tackle in the West according to Scout.com … CalHiSports.com first-team AllState … Three-star Rivals.com recruit … Rivals' No. 44 recruit on the California 100 List … Rivals' No. 22 strong side defensive end in the nation … As a junior, he was credited with 125 tackles and 16 sacks … Also attended St. Anthony HS in Long Beach, Calif.

2016 Did not see game action in his first year in the program.

High School Listed as a four-star prospect by ESPN and the No. 41 recruit in the state of California … Scout.com three-star recruit who is rated the No. 46 offensive guard in the nation and No. 54 on the California 100 list … Rivals.com three-star athlete who is rated the No. 30 offensive guard in the nation and the No. 46 prospect in the state of California … PrepStar All-West selection … First-team San Diego Section All-CIF … Member of the Tacoma News-Tribune Western 100 … Selected to play in the Semper Fidelis All-America Bowl game … Won the Iron Hog Award as the best prep lineman in San Diego as a senior … Three-time Scholar-Athlete honors … Two-time first-team all-league selection … Also lettered in track and field and played rugby.

Personal Parents: Katrina and Martin Andrus, Sr. … Has three sisters … Undeclared major.

Career Highs Tackles: 2, last at Memphis, 2017

Tackle Statistics Year 2017

Personal Parents: Michael and Margaret Alves … Has a younger brother and an older sister … Lists his biggest athletic thrill to date as getting to play in the Semper Fidelis HS All-America Bowl game … Hobbies include video games, listening to music and card games … Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Honor Roll in Spring 2018, Fall 2016 … Sociology major.

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TT 5

T-AT 3-2

Sacks 0.0-0

TFL 0.0-0

INT (TD) 0


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DEVIN

KRYS

ASIASI

BARNES

6-3 / 250 / Redshirt Sophomore Tight End Shoreview, Calif. Michigan / De La Salle HS

6-1 / 235 / Junior Linebacker Bakersfield, Calif. Liberty HS

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2017

2017

Did not see game action in his first year in the program ... Enrolled at UCLA in January of 2017, after transferring from the University of Michigan, and participated in 2017 spring practices.

Saw action in 10 games with eight starts on the season ... Finished tied for fifth on the team in tackles (50) ... Had a season-best 12 tackles in games against both Hawai'i and Arizona State ... Made seven tackles at Washington and totaled six at Memphis in his first career start.

2016 (Michigan)

2016

Played in all 13 games in his freshman season (2016) at tight end … Made his collegiate debut against Hawai'i … His first collegiate catch went for a touchdown against Penn State … Made his first collegiate start, in a two tight end set, versus Rutgers … Made a seasonlong 15-yard reception against Michigan State … Saw action as a reserve tight end versus Florida State in the Orange Bowl … For the season, he made two catches for 18 yards.

Saw action primarily on special teams in his first year in the program … Credited with a tackle in games at Cal, vs. UNLV and Oregon State.

High School Listed as a four-star recruit by ESPN and the No. 9 inside linebacker in the nation … No. 191 on the ESPN 300 list … Scout.com four-star recruit, No. 25 on the California 100 list and the No. 7 inside linebacker in the nation … Rivals.com four-star recruit, No. 151 prospect in the nation, No. 24 in the state of California and rated as the No. 13 outside linebacker in the country … PrepStar Dream Team member and rated as the No. 104 recruit in the nation … Member of the Tacoma News-Tribune Western 100 … Credited with 78 tackles, 6.0 tackles for loss as a senior … In his junior season, he totaled 130 tackles.

High School Listed as a four-star prospect by Rivals.com, the No. 46 recruit nationally and the 13thbest in the state of California … ESPN.com's No. 44 prospect on the ESPN 300 List, a four-star recruit and the No. 5 prospect in California … Scout.com four-star recruit and the nation's fourth-best tight end … Invited to the 2016 U.S. Army All-America Game … PrepStar Magazine Top 150 Dream Team selection and the nation's No. 67 overall player … As a senior, he caught 17 passes for 311 yards and five touchdowns … On defense, he finished with 49 tackles, five pass breakups and four sacks … As a junior, he made 16 receptions for 264 yards and two touchdowns, while recording 33 tackles and five sacks … Also lettered in basketball.

Personal Parents: Keith and Karen Barnes … Has an older sister … Lists his biggest sports thrill to date as earning multiple scholarship offers to Div. I schools … Lists the NFL's Ray Lewis as the famous athlete he most admires … Hobbies include playing games, chilling with friends and football … Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Honor Roll in Winter 2017 and Spring 2018 … Sociology major.

Personal Parents: Dave Asiasi and Malia Mapa … Has three brothers and three sisters … Biggest thrill was scoring his first collegiate touchdown vs. Penn State … Famous athletes he admires are the NBA's Kobe Bryant and the NFL's Michael Vick … Undeclared major.

Career Highs

Career Highs

Tackles: 12, last vs. Arizona State, 2017 Tackles for Loss: 1.0 vs. Hawai'i, 2017 Interceptions: none

Receptions: 1, last vs. Michigan State, 2016 Receiving Yards: 16 vs. Michigan State, 2016 TD: 1, vs. Penn State, 2016 Long: 16 vs. Michigan State, 2016

Tackle Statistics Year 2016 2017 Totals

Receiving Statistics Year 2016 2017

No 2 Redshirt

Yds 18

Avg. 9.0

TD 1

LG 16

13

TT 3 50 53

T-AT 2-1 35-15 37-16

Sacks 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

TFL 0.0-0 1.0-1 1.0-1

INT (TD) 0 0 0


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AUSTIN

JOHNNY

BURTON

DEN BLEYKER

6-2 / 196 / Redshirt Freshman Quarterback Newton, Mass. West Orange HS

5-11 / 208 / Junior Long Snapper Fremont, Calif. Moreau Catholic HS

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2017

2017

Did not see game action in his first year in the program ... Enrolled at UCLA in April of 2017 and took part in spring practices.

Served as the snapper on all kicks ... Credited with a tackle (at Memphis) and fumble recovery (at Stanford) while on kick coverage.

High School

2016

Listed as a three-star prospect by Scout.com and as the No. 7 quarterback in the state of Florida … Rivals.com three-star recruit … ESPN.com three-star recruit … Transferred to West Orange HS in Florida for his senior season after attending Newton, Mass. South HS from 2013-15 … Threw 34 touchdown passes as a junior (3,299 yards) and 14 as a senior (2,317 yards) … Threw for almost 9,000 career yards in his high school career … PrepStar All-Southeast selection as a senior … Served as team captain as a senior … Named All-State in Massachusetts … Led the state of Massachusetts in touchdown passes as a sophomore (39) and junior (34) … Also lettered in track and field (conference champ in 400 hurdles) and basketball.

Served as the snapper on all kicks in his first year in the program.

High School Named Chris Rubio High School Long Snapper of the Year … Five-star Rubio Long Snapper recruit … Top-rated long snapper in the class of 2016 … Served as a team captain as a senior and junior … Named first-team all-league at inside linebacker as a senior after recording 92 tackles and five sacks … Scout.com two-star recruit … Rivals.com two-star recruit … Selected for the U.S. Army All-America Bowl Game .. His brother, Alex, appeared in 42 career games as the long snapper at Washington State (2011-14) … Named first-team all-league as an outside linebacker as a junior after registering 46 tackles and seven sacks, and named team Defensive Player of the Year … Also saw action as a fullback and had 98 carries for 469 yards in his prep career … Earned three Academic and Athletics Excellence awards … Also lettered in baseball.

Personal Parents: Steve and Ginni Burton … Has three sisters … Lists his biggest athletic thrill as defeating the defending Florida state champion his senior year … Famous athletes he admires are the NFL's Tom Brady and Matthew Slater … Throws with right hand, but plays golf, basketball, baseball and hockey as a lefty … Grandfather, Ron Burton, was the first ever draft pick by the old Boston Patriots in 1960 … His parents and sisters have all played sports at the Division 1 level … Dad played quarterback at Northwestern from 1982-84.

Personal Parents: Jeffrey and Catherine Den Bleyker … Has an older brother, Alex, a former long snapper at Washington State (2011-14), and a younger sister … Playing in the U.S. Army All-American game is his biggest thrill to date … Lists the NFL's Jon Condo, a Pro Bowl long snapper, as the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include all sports and games … Enjoys listening to music from all eras … Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Honor Roll in Winter 2017, Spring 2017 and Spring 2018 … Political Science major.

JAKE

BURTON 73

6-4 / 302 / Redshirt Sophomore Offensive Line Alpine, Calif. Granite Hills HS

2017 Saw action in five games as a reserve offensive lineman and on special teams (Texas A&M, Hawai'i, Memphis, Stanford, Arizona) ... Saw his first college action against Texas A&M.

2016 Did not see game action in his first year in the program … Practiced at defensive line in 2016 and switched to offensive line in spring of 2017.

High School Listed as a three-star recruit according to ESPN and the No. 78 recruit in the state of California … Rivals.com three-star prospect and No. 76 on the California 100 list … PrepStar All-West selection … Cal-Hi Sports first-team Medium Schools All-State selection … Second-team San Diego Section All-CIF … First-team all-league as a senior … Two-way starter at defensive line and tight end (26 career pass receptions for 338 yards) … Two-year team captain … As a senior, he was credited with 63 tackles, 22 tackles for loss and 6.0 sacks … Totaled 15 career sacks and 55 tackles for loss … Also lettered in basketball (team captain), track and volleyball.

Personal Parents: Bradford and Donna Burton … Has two younger brothers … Dad and uncle (Mitch) played football at San Diego State … Lists his biggest thrill in sports as catching a winning touchdown pass in the fourth quarter in his first varsity football game … Favorite athletes are the NFL's JJ Watt and Rob Gronkowski … Hobbies include hanging out with friends, playing sports and going to the beach … Big baseball fan … Cousin, Joe Gigantino, played football at Cal Poly … Political Science major. 14


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DEMETRIC

Ethan

FELTON

FERNEA

5-9 / 184 / Redshirt Sophomore Wide Receiver Temecula, Calif. Great Oak HS

5-11 / 192 / Junior Wide Receiver Dripping Springs, Texas Dripping Spring HS

39

2017

2017

Saw action in 12 games as a receiver / running back and made one start against Arizona State ... Ran for 21 yards in the Cactus Bowl vs. Kansas State ... Rushed for 37 yards on three carries against Hawai'i, including a one-yard touchdown run ... Ran for 20 yards at Utah ... Caught two passes at Memphis.

Saw action in eight games (Texas A&M, Hawai'i, Memphis, Stanford, Colorado, Arizona, Oregon and California) ... Worked primarily on special teams units.

2016

2016

Saw game action on special teams in the season-opener at Texas A&M ... Worked on the scout teams in practice.

Did not see game action in his first year in the program … Enrolled in the 2016 Spring Quarter.

High School Earned three varsity letters in football … Named first-team All-District on offense and defense … Third-team All-Centex … Earned three letters in baseball and was named first-team All-Centex and All-District … Also lettered three years in track and was a regional qualifier in the 100m event … Selected a 2015 Central Texas Top 50 athlete by the Austin American Statesman.

High School Listed as a four-star recruit according to ESPN.com and the No. 35 recruit in the state of California … Scout.com four-star recruit, No. 44 on the California 100 list and the No. 52 wide receiver in the nation … Rivals.com three-star recruit, the No. 23 Athlete in the nation and the No. 45 prospect in the state of California … Member of the Tacoma News-Tribune Western 100 … Cal-Hi Sports fourth-team All-State … Selected to play in the Semper Fidelis All-America Bowl Game … As a senior, he rushed for 1,347 yards on 166 carries and 14 touchdowns … Caught 23 passes for 391 yards and a couple of touchdowns … In his junior season, he ran 161 times for 1,277 yards and 15 scores … Caught 26 passes for 560 yards and seven touchdowns … Returned three kicks for touchdowns … All-CIF Southern Section West Valley Division as a senior.

Personal Parents: David and Kimberly Fernea … Has an older brother … List his biggest sports thrill as winning a third round baseball playoff game in the 12th inning … His favorite athletes are the NFL’s Tom Brady, MLB’s Mike Trout and the NBA’s Michael Jordan … Hobbies include watching movies, playing ping pong and basketball ... Named to the Athletic Director's Academic Honor Roll in Fall 2016, Winter 2017 and Fall 2017 ... Political Science major.

Personal Parents: Demetric, Sr. and Lennette Felton … Has two sisters … His biggest thrill in the sport to date has been being named All-CIF and helping his team make the playoffs for the first time in history … Lists the NFL's Tavon Austin as his favorite athlete … Hobbies include playing video games and collecting sneakers … Big fan of Star Wars … Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Academic Honor Roll for Fall 2016 … African American Studies major.

Career Highs Carries: 4 vs. Kansas State, 2017 Rushing Yards: 37 vs. Hawai'i, 2017 TD Rush: 1 vs. Hawai'i, 2017 Long Rush: 25 vs. Hawai'i, 2017 Pass Receptions: 2 at Memphis, 2017 Receiving Yards: -2 at Memphis, 2017 Long Reception: 1 at Memphis, 2017

Rushing Statistics Year 2017

TCB 10

Yds 78

YL 3

Net 75

Avg. 7.5

Yds -2

Avg. -1.0

TD 0

LG 1

TD 1

LG 25

Receiving Statistics Year 2017

No 2

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STEFAN

ELIJAH

FLINTOFT

GATES

6-2 / 191 / Redshirt Senior Punter Westchester, Calif. Loyola HS

5-10 / 180 / Redshirt Freshman Defensive Back Pasadena, Calif. Buena Park HS

9

2017

2017

Handled the punting duties for all 13 games ... Also was the holder on place kicks ... Averaged 42.9 yards per kick which ranked fifth in the Pac-12 ... Had nine kicks of 50-yards or longer and placed 21 kicks inside the opponent's 20-yard line ... Averaged over 43 yards per kick in eight games, including seven of the last eight games of the season ... Had his long kick of the year (65 yds) against Kansas State ... Was added to the Ray Guy Award Watch List during the season.

Did not see game action in his first year in the program.

High School Listed as a four-star recruit by Scout.com, ESPN.com and Rivals.com … Scout's No. 5-ranked cornerback prospect in the West and No. 26 on the West 150 List … No. 13 on the Scout.com California 100 List … No. 111 on the Scout 300 List and No. 12 cornerback prospect in the nation … No. 31 recruit on Rivals.com California 100 List and No. 21 cornerback in the nation … No. 232 on the Rivals.com 250 List … PrepStar All-American and No. 275 on the national list … As a senior, he made three interceptions and was named All-CIF Div. III and Freeway League MVP … Also returned kicks and caught 27 passes for 363 yards and two touchdowns … As a junior, he caught 33 balls for 747 yards and 10 touchdowns and was named Buena Park HS's Rookie of the Year … Attended Alemany HS as a sophomore and freshman … Named Co-MVP Defensive Player as a sophomore … Set a record with nine interceptions, three returned for scores, as a freshman … Was named Freshman Defensive MVP.

2016 Took over the punting duties midway through the season and averaged 40.3 yards per kick over 23 attempts … Placed eight kicks inside the opponent 20-yard line … Saw action at punter vs. Utah, Colorado, Oregon State, USC and Cal.

2015 Worked as a reserve punter and kicker for the Bruins.

2014 Did not see game action in his first season with the program.

Personal

High School

Parents: Gregory and Christy Gates … Has an older brother and two older sisters … Famous athletes he admires include boxing's Floyd Mayweather and the NFL's David Hester and Charles Woodson … Hobbies include all sports and video games.

Played at Loyola High School 2010-’14… Lettered 2 years for football and 1 year for soccer as a mid/forward/center defender…Averaged 42 yards per punt with 40% inside the 20-yard line… His longest punt was 75 yards… 100% accurate on field goals and PAT’s.

Personal Parents: Thomas and Ingrid Flintoft … Has one sister … Uncle, Gerry, attended UCLA … Relative Oystein Mellerud was a member of the 1964 Norway Olympic ice hockey team … His cousin, Collin, is joining the Bruin football team this fall ... His biggest athletic thrill is getting the chance to play football for UCLA… Admires NFL punter Bryan Anger… Hobbies include surfing, golf, and snowboarding … Named to the Athletic Director's academic honor roll in Fall 2014 … Political Science major.

Punting Statistics Year 2016 2017 Totals

No 23 56 79

Yds 928 2,404 3,332

Avg. 40.3 42.9 42.2

LG 53 65 65

I20 8 21 29

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DARNAY

THEO

HOLMES

HOWARD

5-10 / 198 / Sophomore Defensive Back Pasadena, Calif. Calabasas HS

6-0 / 182 / Junior Wide Receiver Westlake Village, Calif. Westlake HS

14

2017

2017

Saw action in 13 games and earned a starting assignment in 11 ... Along with defensive lineman Jaelan Phillips became part of the first pair of true freshmen defenders to start a season opener for the Bruins ... Led the team with three interceptions (tied for seventh in the Pac-12) ... Returned his interception against Hawai'i 30-yards for a score ... Had a season-best seven tackles vs. Washington ... Had seven games with at least three tackles ... Credited with three pass defenses on the season ... Also returned kickoffs and had a long return of 54 yards versus Hawai'i ... Enrolled at UCLA in January of 2017 and took part in spring practices.

Saw action in 13 games and made 10 starts at wide receiver ... Ranked third on the team with 56 catches for 594 yards ... Had two 100-yard receiving games (110 vs. Hawai'i and 119 vs. Kansas State) ... Caught at least four balls in seven games ... Had season-high 11 catches at USC ... Caught scoring passes vs. Texas A&M (16 yds), Hawai'i (26 yds), Cal (14 yds) and Kansas State (70 yds) ... Finished the year having made at lease one reception in each of his last 16 games played.

2016 Saw action at wide receiver in his first year in the program … Made a start at Arizona State … Had one catch in games vs. UNLV, Arizona, and Utah … His catch vs. UA was for a 19-yard touchdown … Had two catches at ASU … Made five receptions for 30 yards in win over Oregon State to tie for the third-most catches ever in a game by a Bruin true freshman … Enrolled at UCLA in the 2016 Winter Quarter and participated in spring football practice.

High School Listed as a five-star recruit by both Scout.com and Rivals.com … Scout's No. 13 recruit nationally and the top-rated cornerback in the nation … No. 5 on the Scout.com West 150 List … No. 4 on the Scout California 100 List … First-team Scout.com 2017 Class All-American … Rivals.com No. 4 cornerback prospect in the nation and the No. 27 overall player in the nation … No. 4 on the Rivals.com California 100 List … No. 41 on the ESPN 300 List and a four-star recruit … No. 13 on the si.com national list … CalHiSports.com first-team All-State selection … As a senior, he made 30 tackles … On offense, he caught 69 passes for 1,214 yards and 14 touchdowns … Named All-CIF Div. V … Totaled 39 receiving touchdowns for his prep career … Also returned kicks … Invited to the U.S. Army All-America Bowl game.

High School Listed as a four-star recruit by ESPN and the No. 32 player in California … No. 288 on the ESPN 300 list … Scout.com four-star recruit, No. 7 on the California 100 list and rated as the No. 7 wide receiver in the nation … Rivals.com four-star recruit, No. 38 in the nation, No. 7 in the state of California and No. 5 wide receiver in the country … PrepStar Dream Team member and rated the No. 85 recruit in the nation … Member of the Tacoma News-Tribune Western 100 … Cal-Hi Sports second-team All-State … Selected to play in the Semper Fidelis All-America Bowl Game … As a senior, he made 60 receptions for 959 yards and nine touchdowns and was named All-Ventura County Offensive Player of the Year … All-Marmonte League Receiver of the Year … Recipient of Scholar/Athlete award … As a junior, he was Marmonte League Co-Receiver of the Year and team won league title … Attended Oaks Christian HS as a sophomore and was named Rookie of the Year … Also ran track for one season as a freshman at Oaks Christian … Set a Russell Cup frosh/soph hurdle record (15.65) and 4 x 100 Relay record (43.83).

Personal Parents: Darick Holmes and Johnnay Daniels … Has one older brother and one older sister … His biggest thrill to date has been to score five touchdowns in four different ways in the CIF Championship … His favorite athlete is the NFL's Deion Sanders … Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Academic Honor Roll in Spring 2018 ... Enjoys listening to music.

Career Highs Tackles: 7 at Washington, 2017 Tackles for Loss: 0.5, last vs. Oregon, 2017 Interceptions: 1, last vs. Kansas State, 2017

Personal Parents: Ted and Nina Howard … Lists the NFL's A.J. Green as his favorite athlete … Hobbies include playing video games and hiking … Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Academic Honor Roll in Fall 2016 and Spring 2017 … Political Science major.

Tackle Statistics Year 2017

TT 39

T-AT 29-10

Sacks 0.0-0

TFL 1.0-1

INT (TD) 3 (1)

Career Highs Receptions: 11 at USC, 2017 Receiving Yards: 119 vs. Kansas St., 2017 TD: 1, last vs. Kansas State, 2017 Long: 70 vs. Kansas State, 2017

Receiving Statistics Year 2016 2017 Totals

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No 12 56 68

Yds 88 594 682

Avg. 7.3 10.6 10.0

TD 1 4 5

LG 19 70 70


RETURNING PLAYERS

97

IGBINOGHODUA "ODUA"

SOSO

ISIBOR

JAMABO

6-3 / 250 / Redshirt Freshman Defensive Line Phoenix, Ariz. St. Mary's HS

6-2 / 212 / Senior Running Back Plano, Texas Plano West HS

1

2017

2017

Did not see game action in his first year in the program.

Saw action in 10 games and made six starts ... Went over the 1,000-yard mark for his career after totaling a season-best 446 yards on the season ... Totaled seven overall plays for the season of 20-yards or more ... Had his first career 100-yard rushing game against Stanford (12 carries for 100 yds) ... Scored six rushing touchdowns on the season, including a streak of one in four-straight games in the middle of the season (Stanford, Colorado, Arizona, Oregon) ... Had 17 receptions on the season for a 12.0 yards per catch average ... Made at least one catch in nine of his 10 games played.

High School Listed as a three-star prospect by Scout.com and Rivals.com … Scout.com's No. 10-rated defensive end in the West … No. 117 on the Scout.com West 150 List … Rivals.com No. 10 prospect from the state of Arizona and the No. 38 weak side defensive end in the nation … ESPN.com three-star recruit … Invited to U.S. Army All-America Bowl Game … Credited with 110 tackles as a senior … Made 13 tackles for loss, nine sacks and caused three fumbles … Totaled 88 tackles as a junior and made nine sacks.

2016 Saw action in 11 games and made five starts … Led the team in rushing with 321 yards … Ran for 91 yards at Texas A&M on a career-high 23 carries … Totaled 90 rushing yards vs. UNLV and scored a career-best three touchdowns … Ran for 66 yards on career-high matching 23 carries at Colorado … Also caught 16 passes on the season for 197 yards and a 12.3 yard average.

Personal Parents: Christopher and Osariemen Isibor … Is an only child … Hobbies include solving Rubik's Cube ... Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Academic Honor Roll in Spring 2018.

2015 Saw action as a reserve running back in all 13 games … Second on the team with 404 yards rushing … Ran for a total of four touchdowns (one each at Arizona, Cal, Colorado, at Oregon State) … Had a season-high of 18 carries against California … Ran for at least 79 yards in four games - (9-79) v. UVa, (9-96) at Arizona, (18-79) v. Cal, (9-90) at Oregon State … Also caught five passes on the season (58 yards).

High School Listed No. 18 (five stars) on the Scout.com Scout 300 … Scout’s No. 1 ranked running back … Listed No. 22 (five stars) on the Rivals.com Rivals 100 … First-team USA Today All-America selection … Listed as No. 4 running back in the nation and the No. 28 overall recruit by ESPN.com … Selected to play in the Under Armour High School All-Star game … In 2014, he ran 235 times for 2,279 yards and 44 touchdowns … Named to the first-team MaxPreps All-America team … Selected Class 6A All-State … Also lettered in basketball.

Personal Parents: Abiye Jamabo and Ebiayibo Dinyain … Has two brothers and a sister … Hobbies include playing video games … Loves music … Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Academic Honor Roll for the 2015 Fall and 2017 Winter quarters … African American Studies major.

Career Highs Rushing Att: 23 at Colorado, 2016; at Texas A&M, 2016 Rushing Yds: 100 at Stanford, 2017 Rushing TDs: 3 vs. UNLV, 2016 Long: 49 at Stanford, 2017 Pass Receptions: 5 at Texas A&M, 2016 Receiving Yards: 86 at Arizona State, 2016 Long Reception: 66 at Arizona State, 2016

Rushing Statistics Year 2015 2016 2017 Totals

TCB 66 82 90 238

Yds 416 351 463 1,230

YL 12 30 17 59

Net 404 321 446 1,171

Avg 6.1 3.9 5.0 4.9

TD 4 3 6 13

Receiving Statistics Year 2015 2016 2017 Totals

18

No 5 16 17 38

Yds 58 197 204 459

Avg. 11.6 12.3 12.0 12.1

TD 0 0 0 0

LG 36 66 32 66

Lg 39 31 49 49


RETURNING PLAYERS

77

ANDRE

RAHYME

JAMES

JOHNSON

6-5 / 305 / Redshirt Junior Offensive Line Herriman, Utah Herriman HS

6-4 / 230 / Sophomore Linebacker Leimert Park, Calif. Bishop Mora Salesian HS

12

2017

2017

Starter in all 13 games at right tackle ... The offensive line group improved the team's rushing output by almost a full yard per carry from 2016 ... Rushing yardage, rushing touchdowns and rushing first downs all went up for the Bruins ... UCLA ranked third in the conference in total offense in 2017.

Saw action in the last six games of the season as a reserve linebacker and special teams performer ... Made a season-high three tackles vs. Cal ... Also had one stop vs. Arizona State.

2016

Listed as a four-star recruit according to Scout.com and the No. 294 prospect on the Scout.com 300 List … Scout.com's No. 20 outside linebacker in the nation … No. 55 on Scout.com West 150 List … No. 33 on the Scout.com California 100 List … A Rivals. com four-star recruit … Rivals No. 20 outside linebacker prospect in the nation and the No. 37 recruit on the Rivals California 100 List … Scout's No. 2 rated outside linebacker in the West … ESPN.com three-star recruit … Played for Team USA ... PrepStar All-West selection … As a senior, he was credited with 89 tackles, seven sacks and four interceptions … Named first-team all-league as a senior and junior … 2017 Unsung Heroes Leadership Award winner … Also lettered in track (100, 200, relay).

High School

Came on to start the final seven games at right tackle … Moved into the lineup following an injury to Kolton Miller.

2015 Did not see game action in his first year in the program.

High School Listed as a four-star recruit by Scout.com … Ranked as the No. 192 player in the nation on the Scout 300 list … ESPN.com’s No. 177 recruit in the nation … USA Today All-Utah team selection … PrepStar All-American … Listed as No. 15 offensive tackle in the nation and the third-ranked recruit in Utah by ESPN … Listed as four-star recruit by Rivals.com and the third-ranked player in the state of Utah.

Personal Parent: Cleopathra Jones … Born in Jamaica … Hobbies include playing video games and reading … Favorite athlete is the NFL's Ashlee Palmer … His biggest thrill to date has been winning the CIF championship as a freshman.

Personal Parents: Marcus and Angela James … Has a younger brother and a younger sister … His favorite athletes are the NFL's Jonathan Ogden and Kyle Long … Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Academic Honor Roll in Spring 2018 ... History major.

Career Highs Tackles: 3 vs. California, 2017

Tackle Statistics Year 2017

19

TT 4

T-AT 4-0

Sacks 0.0-0

TFL 0.0-0

INT (TD) 0


RETURNING PLAYERS

6

STEPHEN

MIQUE

JOHNSON III

JUAREZ

5-10 / 195 / Redshirt Junior Wide Receiver San Leandro, Calif. San Leandro HS

6-2 / 245 / Redshirt Sophomore Linebacker Torrance, Calif. North HS

32

2017

2017

Did not see game action.

Saw action in 12 games as a reserve linebacker and on special teams ... Credited with three tackles on the season ... Had one stop each in games vs. Hawai'i, Oregon and Kansas State ... Rushed for 11 yards and a first down out of punt formation in the Cactus Bowl.

2016 Did not see game action in his second year with the program.

2016

2015

Did not see game action in his first year in the program … Enrolled in the 2016 Spring Quarter and participated in spring practices in April 2016.

Saw action in seven games and made one start (Nebraska) at receiver … Saw action at receiver and on special teams … Had a 50-yard catch against Arizona State … Had a season-high three catches in the bowl game against Nebraska (23 yards) … Grabbed two receptions each in games vs. UNLV (28) and Cal (22).

High School Listed as a five-star recruit and the No. 1 outside linebacker in the nation … Five-star prospect according to Rivals.com … Rated by Rivals.com as the No. 9 prospect in the nation, the No. 1 recruit in the state of California and the No. 2 inside linebacker in the country … A four-star recruit according the ESPN and the No. 4 outside linebacker in the country … ESPN's No. 4 recruit in the state of California and No. 30 player on the ESPN 300 list … Member of the Tacoma News-Tribune Western 100 … Cal-Hi Sports firstteam All-State … Invited to the U.S. Army All-America Bowl Game … Selected LA Times All-Southland Player of the Year … Daily Breeze All-Area Player of the Year … PrepStar Dream Team selection and the No. 8 overall recruit … All-CIF Southern Section Western Division as a senior … Defensive Player of the Year in the CIF Southern Section Western Division … Credited with 146 tackles and 21.0 tackles for loss as a senior … Completed 122 of 239 passing attempts for 1.658 yards and 23 touchdowns while playing offense … Rushed for 1,370 yards and 36 touchdowns … Registered 397 career tackles.

High School Listed as four-star recruit by Rivals.com, No. 25 recruit in California and No. 189 in the nation … Listed as a four-star recruit by Scout.com and the No. 212-ranked recruit in the nation on the Scout 300 … ESPN.com three-star recruit … PrepStar All-American … Played quarterback in 2014 and completed 49 of 94 passes for 939 yards and six scores … Ran 98 times for 728 yards and 13 more touchdowns … Named league MVP and was chosen first-team all-league as a quarterback and a kick returner … Also lettered in basketball (all-league point guard) and track (sprint events).

Personal Parents: Stephen, Jr. and Karen Johnson … Has no brothers or sisters … Relative Kenny Johnson played football at Mississippi State and for 10 seasons in the NFL … Lists the NBA's Russell Westbrook as the athlete he admires the most … Loves to make people laugh … Aspires to become a business owner … Political Science major.

Personal Parents: Mike and Natasha Juarez … Has two younger brothers and one younger sister … The famous athlete he most admires is Myles Jack … Hobbies include playing video games … Mique is an Eagle Scout … History major.

Career Highs Receptions: 3 vs. Nebraska, 2015 Receiving Yards: 50 vs. Arizona State, 2015 TD Receptions: none Long: 50 vs. Arizona State, 2015

Career Highs Tackles: 1, last vs. Kansas State, 2017

Tackle Statistics

Receiving Statistics Year 2015

No 8

Yds 123

Avg. 15.4

TD 0

LG 50

Avg 27.8

TD 0

Lg 56

Year 2017

Kickoff Return Statistics Year 2015

TCB 4

Yds 111

20

TT 3

T-AT 1-2

Sacks 0.0-0

TFL 0.0-0

INT (TD) 0


RETURNING PLAYERS

27

JOSHUA

QUENTIN

KELLEY

LAKE

5-11 / 204 / Redshirt Junior Running Back Lancaster, Calif. UC Davis / Eastside HS

6-1 / 185 / Sophomore Defensive Back Irvine, Calif. Mater Dei HS

37

2017

2017

Did not see game action in his first year in the program after the transfer from UC Davis.

Saw action in the final nine games of the season as a reserve in the secondary and as a special teams performer ... Credited with eight tackles on the year ... Had a seasonhigh three tackles each in games at Washington and vs. Arizona State.

UC Davis

High School

Played two seasons (2015 and 2016) at UC Davis ... Ran for 530 yards on 106 carries as a freshman and scored three touchdowns ... As a sophomore, he rushed for 609 yards on 87 carries and scored four touchdowns ... In 2016, he averaged 24.3 yard per kickoff return… His longest kick return was 91 yards for a touchdown against Weber State ... He ranked No. 26 in the nation in kickoff returns and No. 57 in the nation in all purpose yards (107.18 per game) ... In 2015, he averaged 26.1 yards per kickoff return to rank 19th in NCAA, while turning in a season-long return of 56 yards at Northern Colorado.

Listed as a three-star prospect by both Scout.com and Rivals.com … No. 84 on the Scout.com West 150 List … Rivals.com No. 49 cornerback prospect in the nation and the No. 51 recruit on the California 100 List … Scout.com's No. 6 safety prospect in the West … No. 50 on the Scout.com California 100 List … ESPN three-star prospect … PrepStar All-West selection … Named All-CIF Div. I … Credited with 28 tackles, two interceptions and nine pass defenses as a senior … Picked off seven passes as a junior … Also lettered in track.

High School Played running back and was a kick returner at Eastside High School in Lancaster, Calif. ... Served as team captain as a senior (2014) ... Named Golden League Back of the Year and first-team All-Golden League as a senior ... CIF second-team selection ... Ran for a total of 1,903 yards rushing and 22 touchdowns in his junior and senior seasons ... Racked up 1,469 yards as a senior and scored 16 touchdowns ... Had six 100-yard rushing games that season ... Also caught 19 passes for 352 yards and six TDs as a senior ... Finished with over 3,400 career all-purpose yards to his credit, including over 1,000 yards on kickoff, punt and interception returns ... Posted 49 career tackles ... Was also a member of the track team and ran on the school's 4 x 100 relay team.

Personal

Personal

Career Highs

Parent: Jacqueline Kelley … His list of favorite NFL players includes Adrian Peterson, Odell Beckham Jr., Ezekiel Elliott, Cam Newton, Tom Brady .... Hobbies include watching Anime, reading and story telling ... Loves to dance ... Related to UCLA baseball player Derek Vaughn ... Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Academic Honor Roll in Spring 2018 ... Sociology major.

Tackles: 3 vs. Arizona State, 2017; at Washington, 2017

Parents: Carnell and Monica Lake … Has one younger brother and one older sister … Favorite player is the NFL's Rod Woodson … Hobbies include Astronomy … Mom and Dad both attended UCLA … Dad played linebacker for the Bruins from 1985-88 and was an All-American in 1988 … Carnell Lake went on to earn All-Pro honors in the NFL and was chosen to the NFL's All-90's Decade team … Carnell was inducted into the UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame in 2000 and has served as a college (UCLA-2009) and professional assistant coach (Pittsburgh Steelers-2011 to 2017) ... Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Academic Honor Roll in Spring 2018.

Tackle Statistics Year 2017

21

TT 8

T-AT 7-1

Sacks 0.0-0

TFL 0.0-0

INT (TD) 0


RETURNING PLAYERS

9

DYMOND

KEISEAN

LEE

LUCIER-SOUTH

6-1 / 187 / Redshirt Sophomore Wide Receiver Reseda, Calif. Chaminade Prep

6-4 / 235 / Redshirt Junior Linebacker Santa Ana, Calif. Orange Lutheran HS

11

2017

2017

Saw action in two games on the season (at Utah, Kansas State) ... Played on special teams and as a reserve receiver ... Did not catch a pass, but did complete one, for one yard, at Utah.

Saw action in all 13 games and made eight starts on the year, including the last six contests ... Finished fifth on the team in tackles (53) ... Had a season-best nine tackles in games at Washington and at Utah ... Made eight tackles vs. Cal ... Had at least four tackles in six games ... Had tackles for loss in six games, with a best of 1.5 vs. Colorado ... Recorded his first sack vs. Texas A&M ... Recorded a tackle for loss and forced a fumble at Memphis ... Played both defensive end and linebacker during the season.

2016 Did not see game action in his first year in the program.

High School Scout.com four-star recruit, No. 42 on the California 100 list and rated as the No. 51 wide receiver in the nation … Rivals.com four-star recruit, No. 157 in the nation, No. 28 in the state and rated as the No. 38 wide receiver in the country … Listed as a threestar prospect by ESPN and the No. 61 recruit in the state of California … Cal-Hi Sports fourth-team All-State selection … As a senior, he completed 61% of his passing attempts for 1,622 yards and 11 touchdowns … Ran for 417 yards on 78 carries … Made 12 career touchdown receptions.

2016

Personal

High School

Parents: Christopher Lee and Angela Womack … Has two brothers and one sister … Lists his biggest thrill in sports to date as winning the CIF title in his sophomore season … Lists the NFL's Warren Moon, Aaron Rodgers and Drew Brees as the famous athletes he most admires … Hobbies include free-running, yoga and tai chi … Has compiled a strong record of community service ... Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Academic Honor Roll in Fall 2016, Winter 2017 and Spring 2018 quarters … Psychology major.

Listed No. 14 (five stars) on the Rivals.com Rivals 100 … Listed No. 29 (five stars) on the Scout.com Scout 300 … Listed No. 22 on the ESPN 300 and as No. 5 defensive end in the nation and third-ranked recruit in California … First-team USA Today All-California selection and State Defensive Player of the Year … PrepStar Top 150 Dream Team and No. 16 recruit in the nation … Selected to play in the U.S. Army All-America Game … In 2014, he recorded 44 tackles, seven sacks, four passes defended … Returned a fumble for a touchdown … As a junior, he made 38 tackles, 11 tackles for loss and 10 sacks.

Saw action in all 12 games on special teams and as a reserve along the defensive line … Credited with six tackles on the season … Had a season-high two stops at Cal.

2015 Did not see game action in his first season in the program … Presented the Ed 'Coach K' Kezirian Freshman Award for Academic and Athletic Balance at the annual team banquet.

Personal Parents: Sean and Cynthia South … Has a sister … Lists the NFL's Justin Houston as his favorite athlete … Hobbies include playing video games … Sociology major.

Career Highs Tackles: 9, last at Utah, 2017 Tackles for loss: 1.5 vs. Colorado, 2017 Sacks: 1.0 vs. Texas A&M, 2017

Tackle Statistics Year 2016 2017 Totals

22

TT 6 53 59

T-AT 4-2 27-26 31-28

Sacks 0.0-0 1.0-9 1.0-9

TFL 1.0-3 5.5-26 6.5-29

INT (TD) 0 0 0


RETURNING PLAYERS

15

MATT

NATE

LYNCH

MEADORS

6-4 / 214 / Redshirt Sophomore Quarterback Broomfield, Colo. Legacy HS

5-11 / 196 / Senior Defensive Back San Bernardino, Calif. San Gorgonio HS

22

2017

2017

Saw his first game action at Utah ... Completed two of three passes for 11 yards, including a touchdown pass to Eldridge Massington ... Also ran for 15 yards on two carries.

Starter in all 13 games ... Fourth on the team in tackles (55) ... Led the team with nine pass breakups ... Had a key momentum-swinging interception for touchdown vs. Arizona State ... Credited with at least four tackles in eight games ... Had a season-best eight stops at USC ... Made seven tackles in games at Memphis and vs. Arizona State ... Had season-high 1.5 tackles for loss (one sack) in win over Oregon.

2016 Did not see game action in his first year in the program … Served as the scout team quarterback in practices … Enrolled in Spring Quarter and took part in 2016 spring practices.

2016

High School

Saw action in nine games with eight starts in the Bruin secondary … Finished 10th on the team with 35 tackles … Had six pass defenses … Had multiple tackles in nine games … Credited with a season-best 10 stops vs. USC … Part of a Bruin secondary which gave up a Pac-12 low 12 scoring passes during the season … Secondary ranked 22nd in the nation in passes intercepted (15) and seventh nationally in team passing efficiency defense (105.85).

Listed as three-star recruit by Scout.com, No. 143 on the West 150 list and the No. 47 quarterback in the nation … Rivals.com three-star recruit, the No. 4 prospect in the state of Colorado and the No. 18 Pro Style Quarterback in the nation … As a senior, he completed 166 of 277 passing attempts for 1,947 yards and 20 touchdowns with six interceptions and ran 100 times for 534 yards and 10 touchdowns … Member of the Tacoma News Tribune Western 100 … As a junior, he completed 100 of 190 passes for 1,260 yards and 12 touchdowns and ran 92 times for 722 yards and 10 touchdowns … Lettered two years in basketball.

2015 Saw action in 10 games and made two starts (at Utah, at USC) … Played on several special teams units … Credited with 22 tackles and two pass break ups … His interception late in the Colorado game sealed the win for the Bruins … Made a season-high seven tackles at Utah … Had four stops in games at Arizona and at USC … Presented the Ed 'Coach K' Kezirian Freshman Award for Academic and Athletic Balance at the annual team banquet … Joined the program in time for spring practices in April, 2015.

Personal Parents: Kevin and Robin Lynch … Has two younger brothers … Lists his biggest thrill to date in sports as driving his high school team 87 yards in 1:02 with no timeouts to win a game against his crosstown rival … Cam Newton and Russell Wilson are the athletes he admires most … Hobbies include working out … Hopes to become a commercial airline pilot … His uncle, Sean Moran (1996-2003), and grandfather, Fran Lynch (1967-75), both played in the NFL … Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Honor Roll in Winter 2017 and Spring 2018 … Sociology major.

High School Listed as three-star recruit by Rivals.com … Listed as a three-star recruit by Scout.com and the No. 7 safety in the west … ESPN.com three-star athlete … In 2014, he completed 97 of 166 passes for 1,481 yards and 22 touchdowns, four interceptions … Rushed 146 times for 1,971 yards and 26 touchdowns … Selected All-CIF Inland Division on offense… On defense, he was credited with 32 tackles and three sacks … As a junior, he caught 40 passes for 823 yards and seven touchdowns … He made six interceptions and 98 tackles on defense … Named All-CIF Inland Division.

Career Highs Rushing Attempts: 2 at Utah, 2017 Rushing Yards: 15 at Utah, 2017 Rushing TDs: none Long Rush: 13 at Utah, 2017 Pass Completions: 2 at Utah, 2017 Passing Attempts: 3 at Utah, 2017 Passing Yards: 11 at Utah, 2017 TD Passes: 1 at Utah, 2017 Long Pass: 6 at Utah, 2017 Total Offense: 26 at Utah, 2017 Interceptions: none

Personal Parents: Dorian Love and Tristin Meadors … Has four brothers … Biggest thrill was passing for 300 yards and four touchdowns and rushing for 260 yards and four touchdowns in a high school game … Lists Deion Sanders as his favorite athlete … Hobbies include playing basketball … Member of the Athletic Director's Academic Honor Roll in Fall 2015, Winter 2017, Spring 2017 and Spring 2018 … Sociology major.

Career Highs

Passing Statistics Year 2016 2017

Att redshirt 3

Comp

Int

Yds

Td

Lg

2

0

11

1

6

Tackles: 10 vs. USC, 2016 Tackles for loss: 1.5 vs. Oregon, 2017 Sacks: 1.0 vs. Oregon, 2017 Interceptions: 1, last vs. Arizona State, 2017

Rushing Statistics Year 2016 2017

TCB redshirt 2

Yds

YL

Net

Avg

TD

Lg

15

0

15

7.5

0

13

Tackle Statistics Year 2015 2016 2017 Totals

23

TT 22 35 55 112

T-AT 18-4 28-7 39-16 85-27

Sacks 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-1 1.0-1

TFL 0.0-0 0.0-0 2.0-2 2.0-2

INT (TD) 1 0 1 (1) 2 (1)


RETURNING PLAYERS

DEVON

2017 Game-By-Game Passing Stats Oppt. Texas A&M Hawai'i @Memphis @Stanford Colorado @Arizona Oregon @Washington @Utah Arizona State @USC Cal Kansas State Totals

MODSTER 6-1 / 215 / Redshirt Sophomore Quarterback Mission Viejo, Calif. Tesoro HS

18 2017

Saw action in five games during the season and made starts at Utah and vs. Kansas State (Cactus Bowl) ... Completed one of three passing attempts in his first game action (two series) against Hawai'i ... Came on in the second half of the game at Washington to complete seven of 12 passes for 77 yards and a touchdown to Darren Andrews ... Started the game at Utah and completed eight of 12 passes for 103 yards and a touchdown (Andrews) ... Came on in the second half of the Cal game to help lead UCLA to victory on a last-second drive which produced the winning field goal with four seconds remaining (10 plays, 55 yards, 2:18) ... Completed 14 of 18 passing attempts for 191 yards against the Golden Bears ... In the Cactus Bowl game against Kansas State, he completed 21 of 34 passes for 295 yards and two touchdowns (Jordan Lasley-52 yards and Theo Howard-70 yards).

Att dnp 3 dnp dnp dnp dnp dnp 12 12 dnp dnp 18 34 79

Td

Lg

1

0

.333

5

0

5

7 8

0 0

.583 .667

77 103

1 1

21 42

14 21 51

0 0 0

.778 .618 .646

191 295 671

0 2 4

41 70 70

2017

Listed by ESPN as four-star recruit and the No. 13 pocket passing quarterback in the nation … No. 36 recruit in the state of California … Scout.com four-star recruit, No. 43 on the California 100 list and the No. 21 quarterback in the nation … Rivals.com four-star recruit, No. 180 in the nation, No. 38 in California, No. 7 dual-threat QB in the country … Member of the Tacoma News Tribune Western 100 … Cal-Hi Sports third-team All-State selection … First-team OC Register All-County selection … In his senior year, he averaged 305 passing yards per game and threw for 25 touchdowns with five interceptions … As a junior, he completed 199 of 341 passes for 2,602 yards and 24 touchdowns with nine interceptions … Rushed 133 times for 680 yards and 12 scores … All-CIF Southern Section West Valley Division as a senior.

Saw action as the kickoff man and place kicker in all 13 games ... Converted 17 of his 21 field goal attempts (.810-third in the Pac-12) ... Made his first game-winning field goal vs. Cal with four seconds remaining for a 30-27 Bruin win ... His 17 field goals on the season tied for the 12th-most in school single-season history ... His total of 100 points ranks as the 18th-most in school annals and was 11th in the Pac-12 for 2017 ... Has moved into the Top 20 on the school career scoring list ... 34 of his 84 kickoffs went for touchbacks.

2016 Saw action as the kickoff man and place kicker in his first year in the program … His 12 field goals and 1.0 per game mark ranked seventh in the Pac-12 … Recorded 18 touchbacks on 58 kickoffs … His 63 points scored rank fifth on the Bruin all-time true freshman list ... Enrolled in January of 2016 and took part in spring football practice.

Personal Parents: Rudy and Tess Modster … Has one brother … Lists the NFL's Cam Newton as the famous athlete he most admires … Hobbies include tennis, hanging out with friends and playing video games … Earned a spot on the UCLA Athletic Director's Honor Roll in Fall 2016 … Sociology major.

High School Scout.com four-star recruit who is rated as the No. 3 kicker in the nation … Listed as a three-star recruit by ESPN and the No. 6 kicker prospect in the nation … Rivals.com three-star recruit … PrepStar All-West selection … Chosen for the U.S. Army All-American Bowl game … Also played soccer, golf, basketball and tennis in school.

Career Highs Rushing Attempts: 3, last vs. Cal, 2017 Rushing Yards: 19 vs. Kansas State, 2017 Rushing TDs: none Long Rush: 10 vs. Kansas State, 2017 Pass Completions: 21 vs. Kansas State, 2017 Passing Attempts: 34 vs. Kansas State, 2017 Passing Yards: 295 vs. Kansas State, 2017 TD Passes: 2 vs. Kansas State, 2017 Long Pass: 70 vs. Kansas State, 2017 Total Offense: 314 vs. Kansas State, 2017 Interceptions: none

Personal Parents: John and Miriam Molson … Has an older sister … His biggest thrill in sports to date has been becoming the second Canadian to be chosen for the U.S. Army All-America Bowl game … Lists Tiger Woods as the athlete he most admires … Hobbies include surfing, golf and tennis … His Grandfather was once the owner of the Montreal Canadiens … He is an eighth generation descendant of John Molson, the founder of North America's oldest Brewery in 1786 … Interested in Business or Economics as a major … Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Honor Roll in Fall 2016, Winter 2017 and Spring 2017 … Sociology major.

Passing Statistics Comp

Int

Yds

Td

Lg

51

0

671

4

70

Career Highs Long FG: 49 yards vs. Oregon State, 2016 Most FG Made in Game: 3, last vs. Cal, 2017 Most FG Attempts in Game: 4 vs. ASU, 2017; at ASU, 2016; at Texas A&M, 2016 Long: 49 vs. Oregon State, 2016

Rushing Statistics TCB redshirt 10

Yds

6-1 / 185 / Junior Kicker Montreal, Quebec, Canada Selwyn House School

17

High School

Year 2016 2017

Pct.

MOLSON

Did not see game action in his first year in the program … Was elevated to the backup quarterback position after the injury to Josh Rosen in game six at Arizona State but did not take a snap.

Att redshirt 79

Int

JJ

2016

Year 2016 2017

Comp

Yds

YL

Net

Avg

TD

Lg

51

17

34

3.4

0

10

Kicking Statistics Year 2016 2017 Totals

24

Fg-Fga 12-20 17-21 29-41

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

20-29 5-6 6-7 11-13

30-39 4-6 7-8 11-14

40-49 2-7 4-6 6-13

50+ 0-0 0-0 0-0

Lg 49 45 49

XP 27-27 49-50 76-77

Pts 63 100 163


RETURNING PLAYERS

95

MARCUS

CHIGOZIE

MOORE

NNORUKA

6-2 / 255 / Redshirt Sophomore Defensive Line Pasadena, Calif. Crespi HS

6-1 / 294 / Redshirt Junior Defensive Line Sacramento, Calif. American River College / Kennedy HS

93

2017

2017

Saw action in all 13 games and made three starts (at Washington, at Utah, vs. Arizona State) ... Had multiple tackles in five games ... Credited with a season-best six tackles at Washington ... Made five tackles in the win over Oregon ... Tied for fifth on the team with 5.5 tackles for loss ... Had a best of 2.5 tackles for loss in the game at Washington ... Tallied 2.0 tackles for loss in the win over Oregon.

Saw action in all 13 games and made 10 starts ... Made his first start at Memphis and had four tackles, two for loss ... Ranked eighth on the team in tackles with 49 ... Tied for second on the team with 8.5 tackles for loss ... Made at least three tackles in 10 games ... Totaled a season-high eight tackles in the win over Arizona State ... Had five stops each in games vs. Oregon and at Utah.

2016

2016

Did not see game action in his first year in the program.

Did not see game action in his first year in the program.

High School

Junior College

Listed as a three-star recruit by ESPN and the No. 57 recruit in the state of California … Scout.com three-star recruit, No. 66 on the California 100 list, No. 92 on the West 150 list and the No. 73 defensive end in the nation … Rivals.com three-star recruit … PrepStar All-West selection.

Credited with 35 tackles, three sacks and eight tackles for loss in 2015 while playing at American River College … Named first-team All-Nor-Cal League selection.

High School As a prep senior in 2014, he made 54 tackles, 10 sacks for John F. Kennedy HS in Sacramento.

Personal Parent: Christina Moore … Has two younger brothers and a younger sister … Lists his biggest thrill in sports as working to be able to change his family's life … Admires the NFL's Ray Lewis … Hobbies include working out … Earned a spot on the UCLA Athletic Director's Honor Roll in Fall 2016 and Spring 2018 … Sociology major.

Personal Parents: Joseph and Catherine Nnoruka … Born in Lagos, Nigeria … Has a brother … Lists the NFL's Von Miller and Aaron Donald, along with the NBA's LeBron James, as his favorite athletes … His biggest thrill to date in sports was getting his first quarterback sack in high school … Attended school in Nigeria from 2010-2013 … Interested in becoming a pharmacist … In his spare time, he enjoys playing video games and chilling … Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Academic Honor Roll in Spring 2018 ... Sociology major.

Career Highs Tackles: 6 at Washington, 2017 Tackles for loss: 2.5 at Washington, 2017 Sacks: 1.0 vs. Oregon, 2017 Interceptions: none

Career Highs Tackles: 8 vs. Arizona State, 2017 Tackles for loss: 2.0 at Memphis, 2017 Sacks: 1.0 at Utah, 2017; at Memphis, 2017 Interceptions: none

Tackle Statistics Year 2016 2017

TT Redshirt 20

T-AT

Sacks

TFL

INT (TD)

13-7

1.0-6

5.5-20

0

Tackle Statistics Year 2016 2017

25

TT Redshirt 49

T-AT

Sacks

TFL

INT (TD)

35-14

2.0-9

8.5-25

0


RETURNING PLAYERS

92

OSA

BOLU

ODIGHIZUWA

OLORUNFUNMI

6-2 / 280 / Redshirt Sophomore Defensive Line Portland, Ore. Douglas HS

5-10 / 222 / Senior Running Back Clovis, Calif. Clovis North HS

4 2017

2017 Saw action in all 13 games as a reserve along the Bruin defensive front ... Credited with 15 tackles, 5.5 for loss and a sack ... The 5.5 tackles for loss tied for fifth-best on the team ... Had a season-best 3.0 tackles for loss and a forced fumble in the win over Oregon ... Returned a fumble 51 yards for a score at Washington ... Credited with a sack and 2.0 tackles for loss in win over Hawai'i.

Saw action in 12 games and made five starts (Texas A&M, Utah, Arizona State, USC and Kansas State) ... Ran for a personal best 102 yards on 10 carries at Arizona and scored two touchdowns ... Ran for at least 75 yards in four games (Memphis-77, Arizona-102, Oregon-76, Arizona State-79) ... Had double-digit carries in 8 games on the season ... Caught multiple passes in four games and finished with 10 receptions on the year.

2016

2016 Saw action in 11 games with three starts (Cal, USC, Utah) … Scored his first career touchdowns, with one each, vs. Oregon State, Utah, UNLV and at Texas A&M … Ran 71 times for 280 yards … Also caught eight passes for 36 yards … Ran for a season-high 65 yards vs. Oregon State … Had 51 yards on 11 carries vs. Stanford.

Did not see game action in his first year in the program.

High School Listed as a three-star recruit by ESPN and the No. 3 prospect in the state of Oregon … Scout.com three-star recruit, No. 73 on the West 150 list and the No. 38 defensive tackle in the nation … Rivals.com three-star recruit, the No. 3 prospect in the state of Oregon and the No. 42 defensive tackle in the nation … PrepStar All-West selection … Brother of former Bruin defensive lineman Owa Odighizuwa, now in the NFL with the NY Giants … Selected to play in the Semper Fidelis All-America Bowl game … Two-time Defensive Player of the Year … Three-time state wrestling champ … Also lettered one season in track.

2015 Saw action in seven games … Carried 35 times for 190 yards … Had season-best of 66 yards on six carries at Stanford … Carried nine times for 65 yards at UNLV … Caught two passes for 30 yards on the year.

High School Listed as a three-star recruit by Scout.com and the No. 3 running back in the west … Three-star recruit by Rivals.com and the No. 60 recruit in California … Three-star ESPN. com recruit … PrepStar All-West region … Second-team 2014 MaxPreps California Division I All-State team selection … 2014 Fresno Bee All-Area team pick … Two-time Fresno Bee Offensive Player of the Year … MVP of the Northern California Rivals Camp … Ran for 2,344 yards in 2013 … Totaled 61 touchdowns and 5,321 rushing yards for his prep career … Also ran track.

Personal Parent: Abieyuwa Odighizuwa … Has three brothers - Owamagbe (played football at UCLA 2010-14), Ighodaro, and Ihoghama (on wrestling team at Oregon State) … Lists his biggest athletic thrill as playing in the Semper Fidelis All-America Bowl game … Likes all sports and enjoys hanging out with his friends in his spare time … Earned a spot on the UCLA Athletic Director's Honor Roll in Fall 2016 ... Sociology major.

Career Highs

Personal

Tackles: 5 vs. Oregon, 2017 Tackles for loss: 3.0 vs. Oregon, 2017 Sacks: 1.0 vs. Hawai'i, 2017 Interceptions: none

Parents: Peter and Mercollina Olorunfunmi … Has three younger brothers … Born in Lagos, Nigeria … Relative Dolapo Songokoya attended UCLA … Lists his biggest thrill in sports as his commitment to UCLA … The NFL's Marshawn Lynch is his favorite athlete … Hobbies include singing and producing music … Member of the Athletic Director's Academic Honor Roll in Fall 2015 and Winter 2015 … African American Studies major.

Tackle Statistics Year 2016 2017

TT Redshirt 15

T-AT

Sacks

TFL

INT (TD)

10-5

1.0-10

5.5-20

0

Career Highs Rushing Attempts: 16 at Utah, 2017 Rushing Yards: 102 at Arizona, 2017 Long Run: 47 at Arizona, 2017 Rushing Tds: 2 at Arizona, 2017

Rushing Stats Year 2015 2016 2017 Totals

26

TCB 35 71 117 223

Yds 198 290 589 1,077

YL 8 10 24 42

Net 190 280 565 1,035

Avg 5.4 3.9 4.8 4.6

TD 0 4 5 9

Lg 37 32 47 47


RETURNING PLAYERS

11

AUDIE

CHRISTIAN

OMOTOSHO

PABICO

6-2 / 180 / Redshirt Sophomore Wide Receiver Plano, Texas Plano East HS

6-0 / 198 / Redshirt Senior Wide Receiver Long Beach, Calif. Long Beach Poly HS

17

2017

2017

Did not see game action while rehabbbing from injury.

Saw action in all 13 games and made one start at receiver (at Washington) ... Caught 18 passes on the year for 280 yards and a touchdown (Oregon-31 yards) ... Had multiple catches in five games ... Registered a season-best four catches in the win over Oregon for a season-best 99 yards ... Caught three passes each in games vs. Hawai'i (47 yds) and at Washington (36 yds) ... Also saw action on special teams.

2016 Did not see game action in his first year in the program.

High School Listed by ESPN as a four-star prospect and the No. 48 wide receiver in the nation … No. 277 on the ESPN 300 list … Scout.com four-star recruit and No. 55 wide receiver in the nation … Rivals.com three-star recruit, the No. 97 wide receiver in the nation and the No. 91 prospect in the state of Texas … Also was a member of the track team.

2016 Saw game action in the home win over UNLV, but did not make a catch ... Worked as a member of the scout team for the Bruins.

2015

Personal

Worked as a member of the scout team for the Bruins.

Parents: Adewale and Mabel Omotosho … Has two older brothers along with an older sister … Lists his biggest athletic thrill as advancing to the next level in his athletic career … Hobbies include soccer … Has a high interest in design … Earned a spot on the UCLA Athletic Director's Honor Roll in Fall 2016, Winter 2017 and Spring 2017 … Philosophy major.

2014 Did not see game action in his first season in the program.

High School Came to UCLA from Long Beach, Calif. Long Beach Polytechnic High School where he played for Coach Raul Lara… All-CIF… All-League… Press-Telegram Dream Team… Moore League Offensive MVP… National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Scholar Athlete…Poly (2013-14): 31 catches, 717 yards, 11 touchdowns…League Leader in Yards and Touchdowns… Also played at Gahr High School (2012-13): 40 catches, 833 yards, 7 touchdowns…League-leader in receiving yards.

MO

OSLING III

Personal

6-1 / 187 / Sophomore Defensive Back Panorama City, Calif. Antelope Valley HS

7

Parents: Donald Ray Volden and Joyce Volden… Has two sisters… Lists his biggest thrill in sports as scoring the game-winning touchdown to send the team to the second round of playoffs ... Lists the NFL's Dante Hall as the athlete he admires most... Hobbies include playing sports, playing musical instruments, running and biking ... Named to the Athletic Director's Academic Honor Roll in Spring 2015, Fall 2016, Winter 2017, Spring 2017, Fall 2017 and Spring 2018 quarters ... Political Science major.

2017 Saw action in all 13 games as a reserve in the secondary and on special teams ... Also returned kicks ... Credited with 18 tackles on the season ... Had a season-high four tackles versus Kansas State ... Made multiple tackles in five games ... Had three tackles in games at Washington and versus Cal ... Returned nine kickoffs for a 18.0 yard average.

Career Highs Receptions: 4 vs. Oregon, 2017 Receiving Yards: 99 vs. Oregon, 2017 TD Receptions: 1 vs. Oregon, 2017 Long: 49 vs. Oregon, 2017

High School

Receiving Statistics

Listed as a three-star recruit by both Scout.com and Rivals.com … Rated as the No. 18 cornerback prospect in the West by Scout.com … No. 144 prospect on the Scout.com West 150 List … No. 88 on the Scout.com California 100 List … Rivals.com No. 80 recruit on the California 100 List … PrepStar All-West selection … As a junior, he made 14 tackles … Caught eight passes for 125 yards and three touchdowns … Gained over 3,400 career all-purpose yards … Also lettered in track, where he is a nationally-ranked triple jumper … 2016 state high school triple jump champion … First-team All-CIF in track and field.

Year 2014 2015 2016 2017 Totals

Personal Parents: Morrell Alexander Osling, Jr. and Eurimica Marks-Osling … Has one older sister … Lists his biggest thrill in sports to date as putting Lancaster, Calif. Antelope Valley HS back on the map in football and winning the state title in the triple jump (48-09.25) … Boxer Floyd Mayweather is the famous athlete he most admires … Hobbies include working out and playing video games.

Career Highs Tackles: 4 vs. Kansas State, 2017

Tackle Statistics Year 2017

TT 18

T-AT 17-1

Sacks 0.0-0

TFL 0.0-0

INT (TD) 0

27

No Redshirt 0 0 18 18

Yds

Avg.

TD

LG

0 0 280 280

0.0 0.0 15.6 15.6

0 0 1 1

0 0 49 49


RETURNING PLAYERS

15

JAELAN

ADARIUS

PHILLIPS

PICKETT

6-5 / 245 / Sophomore Linebacker Redlands, Calif. Redlands East Valley HS

5-11 / 198 / Redshirt Senior Defensive Back El Cerrito, Calif. El Cerrito HS

6

2017

2017

Saw action in seven games and made four starts (Texas A&M, Hawai'i, Memphis, Oregon) ... Along with Darnay Holmes became the first pair of true freshmen Bruins to start a season-opener ... Had five games with at least four tackles ... Posted a seasonbest five tackles against A&M, to go with 1.5 sacks ... His total of 7.0 tackles for loss ranked fourth on the team ... Had a season-best 2.0 tackles for loss at Memphis ... Enrolled at UCLA in January of 2017 and participated in spring practices.

Saw action in 13 games with 12 starts ... Finished second on team with 85 tackles ... Ranked 18th in Pac-12 in tackles (6.5 avg. per game) ... Season-high 11 tackles vs. Texas A&M ... Also had double-digit tackles versus Utah (10) and Arizona State (10) ... Had nine stops vs. Oregon and eight against Arizona and Cal ... Had at least five tackles in eight games ... Made interception at Memphis ... Credited with tackle for loss in games vs. USC, Utah, Colorado and Hawai'i ... Totaled three pass defenses ... Returned 10 punts for a 7.2 yard average ... Had a long return of 41 yards at Arizona.

High School

2016

Listed as a five-star prospect by ESPN and as the No. 3 national recruit on the ESPN 300 List … Five-star recruit according to Scout.com and the No. 5 overall recruit in the country … First-team Scout.com 2017 Class All-American … Scout's top-rated Defensive End prospect in the nation … No. 3 on the Scout.com West 150 List … No. 2 on the Scout. com California 100 List … Rivals.com five-star recruit and the No. 6 overall recruit on the Rivals 100 List … No. 2 on the Rivals California 100 List … Rivals.com No. 2 weak side defensive end in the country … No. 5 on the si.com National List … PrepStar Dream Team selection and the No. 13 national recruit … CalHiSports.com first-team All-State selection … Invited to the U.S. Army All-America Bowl Game … As a senior, he was credited with 142 tackles and 21 sacks … Named All-CIF Div. II Co-Defensive Player of the Year … Totaled 76 tackles, 10.5 sacks and two interceptions as a junior … Also lettered in track (200, relay, shot and discus), volleyball and baseball.

Saw action in all 12 games on special teams and in the secondary … Made five starts (UNLV, BYU, Arizona, Colorado, WSU) … Credited with multiple tackles in 11 games … Registered season-best nine tackles at Cal … Had six stops at Colorado … Made three interceptions (at Arizona State, at BYU and at Texas A&M) … Returned eight punts (best of 3-each vs. Arizona and Arizona State, for 81 yards and a 10.1 yard average) … Secondary ranked 22nd in nation in passes intercepted (15) and seventh in team passing efficiency defense (105.85).

2015 Saw action in all 13 games on special teams and as a reserve in the secondary … Credited with 24 tackles … Made first career interception in win against Virginia … Had season-high six tackles against Washington State … Credited with at least three tackles in five games.

Personal

2014

Parents: Jonathan Phillips and Sabine Robertson-Phillips … Has one sister … His biggest thrill to date is winning the state title his sophomore season … Kobe Bryant is the famous athlete he most admires … Hobbies include listening to music, singing and writing poetry.

Did not see game action in his first season in the program … Enrolled early at UCLA and participated in 2014 spring practice.

High School

Career Highs

A four-star recruit according to Rivals.com and the No. 126 recruit in the nation … Four-star recruit according to Scout.com, nation’s No. 143 prospect, No. 16 prospect in California and No. 27 recruit in West … Rivals’ No. 8-rated cornerback in the nation and No. 11 prospect in the state … Scout’s No. 15-rated cornerback nationally … Listed as nation’s No. 184 recruit and four-star athlete by ESPN.com … Named San Francisco Chronicle Metro Player of the Year … Rushed for 1,800 yards and 31 touchdowns as senior … Credited with 70 tackles … Made nine interceptions and returned three for tds … Named to MaxPreps All-Northern California team and the Nor Cal Athlete of the Year … Contra Costa Times East Bay Player of the Year … As a junior, he scored 10 touchdowns and made 65 tackles, one interception … Recorded 85 tackles and three interceptions as a sophomore … Also lettered in baseball … Attended De La Salle HS in Concord, CA his freshman year.

Tackles: 5 vs. Texas A&M, 2017 Tackles for Loss: 2.0 at Memphis, 2017 Sacks: 1.5 vs. Texas A&M, 2017

Tackle Statistics Year 2017

TT 21

T-AT 16-5

Sacks 3.5.-28

TFL 7.0-38

INT (TD) 0

Personal Parents: Antoine Pickett, Sr. and Angie Pickett … Has one older brother … Lists his biggest thrill in sports as leading his high school team to its first Section title ever by scoring four tds and rushing for 255 yards … The NFL's Richard Sherman is the athlete he admires the most … Hobbies include listening to music … Dad was selected in the 1984 MLB player draft and played several seasons of minor league baseball … Interested in a career in broadcasting … Earned a spot on the UCLA Athletic Directors Honor Roll for Fall 2014, Fall 2016, Winter 2017, Spring 2017 and Spring 2018 … Political Science and African American Studies major.

Career Highs Tackles: 11 vs. Texas A&M, 2017 Tackle for Loss: 1.0, last at USC, 2017 Interceptions: 1, last at Memphis, 2017

Tackle Statistics Year 2015 2016 2017 Totals 28

TT 24 42 85 151

T-AT 15-9 35-7 63-22 113-38

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

TFL 0.0-0 1.0-3 4.0-4 5.0-7

INT (TD) 1 3 1 5


RETURNING PLAYERS

85

MOSES

COLIN

ROBINSON-CARR

SAMUEL

6-4 / 280 / Sophomore Defensive Line Lancaster, Calif. Antelope Valley HS

6-2 / 205 / Redshirt Junior Defensive Back Long Beach, Calif. Long Beach Poly HS

10

2017

2017

Saw action in six games and made one start (Cal) ... Caught one pass (four yards) and provided a blocking presence along the point of attack.

Saw action in all 13 games and made three starts (Arizona State, USC, Cal) ... Credited with 11 tackles for year and ranked tied for second on the team with four pass defenses ... Totaled a season-best five tackles vs. Arizona State ... Made an interception against Oregon.

High School Listed as a three-star prospect by both Scout.com and Rivals.com … Rivals.com's No. 54 prospect on the California 100 List … Scout.com's No. 10 tight end prospect in the West … No. 107 on the Scout.com West 150 List … No. 65 on the Scout.com California 100 List … As a senior, he made 21 catches for 330 yards and three touchdowns … Credited with 62 tackles, 12 tackles for loss and eight sacks … Caught 21 passes for 242 yards and six touchdowns as a junior.

2016

Personal

High School

Parents: Ronald and Zipporah Wilson … Has two siblings … Lists his biggest athletic thrill to date as advancing to the third round of the high school playoffs … The NFL's Rob Gronkowski is the famous athlete he most admires … Hobbies include watching movies and listening to music.

Listed as four-star recruit by Rivals.com and No. 46 recruit in California … Listed as a four-star recruit by Scout.com and the No. 9 cornerback prospect in the west … ESPN. com three-star recruit, ranked No. 81 in California … PrepStar All-West region … Named to the 2014 California All-State Football Division I team … Made 26 tackles, two for loss, eight passes defended and one interception as a senior.

Saw action on special teams and as reserve in Bruin secondary … Credited with one tackle.

2015 Did not see game action in his first season in the program … Presented Nick 'Pac' Pasquale Memorial Award for Outstanding Scout Team Player, Defense at the annual team banquet.

Career Highs

Personal

Receptions: 1 vs. Cal, 2017 Receiving Yards: 4 vs. Cal, 2017 TD Receptions: none Long: 4 vs. Cal, 2017

Parents: Tracy Samuel and Caryn Brandon … Has two older brothers … The NFL's Joe Haden is the athlete he admires most … Hobbies include working out, hanging out with friends and shopping … Both grandparents, on his mother's side, attended UCLA … Earned a spot on the UCLA Athletic Director's Honor Roll in Fall 2016 and Spring 2018 … Political Science major.

Receiving Statistics Year 2017

No 1

Yds 4

Avg. 4.0

TD 0

LG 4

Career Highs Tackles: 5 vs. Arizona State, 2017 Tackles for Loss: none Interceptions: 1 vs. Oregon, 2017

Tackle Statistics Year 2016 2017 Totals

29

TT 1 11 12

T-AT 1-0 6-5 7-5

Sacks 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

TFL 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

INT (TD) 0 1 1


RETURNING PLAYERS

24

JAY

BRANDON

SHAW

STEPHENS

5-11 / 191 / Redshirt Freshman Defensive Back Corona, Calif. Centennial HS

6-0 / 206 / Junior Running Back Plano, Texas Plano HS

20

2017

2017

Did not see game action in his first year in the program.

Saw action in 12 games as a reserve running back and on special teams ... Had a seasonbest 83 yards rushing on a season-best 20 carries in the bowl game-clinching sixth win of the season against Cal ... Scored his first-career rushing touchdown (one yard) vs. the Golden Bears ... Had three games during the season when he ran for at least 25 yards ... Also caught eight passes on the year for 69 yards.

High School Listed as a four-star prospect according to Scout.com and as the No. 12 cornerback in the West … No. 63 prospect on the Scout.com West 150 List … No. 38 on the Scout. com California 100 List … Rivals.com three-star prospect and the No. 49 recruit on the California 100 List … Rivals.com No. 35 cornerback recruit in the nation … ESPN.com three star recruit … PrepStar All-West selection … As a senior, he was credited with 64 tackles, 3.0 tackles for loss and five interceptions.

2016 Saw action in seven games as a running back and on special teams … Ran for a seasonhigh 71 yards vs. UNLV … Had two carries for 18 yards vs. Oregon State … Also caught four passes on the season for 39 yards.

Personal Parents: Ashley and Veronica Shaw … Has an older brother … The famous athlete he most admires is Richard Sherman … Hobbies include drawing, debating and playing video games ... Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Academic Honor Roll in Spring 2018.

High School Listed by Scout.com as a four-star recruit and the No. 26 running back in the country … Listed as a three-star prospect by ESPN, the No. 59 running back in the nation and No. 111 recruit in the state of Texas … Rivals.com three-star recruit, No. 20 running back in the nation and the No. 83 prospect in the state … As a senior, he rushed 222 times for 1,389 yards and 15 touchdowns … Named All-State … He recorded seven 100-yard games and three 200-yard rushing games … Also caught 11 passes for 151 yards … As a junior, he carried 196 times for 1,268 yards and 21 touchdowns … Ran for 991 yards as a sophomore.

Personal Parents: Tim and Charlotte Stephens … Has one brother and one sister … Lists his biggest athletic thrill to date as beating Plano West High in his sophomore season … Likes to hang out with friends and play the saxophone in his spare time … Enjoys cooking … Relative Alexis Hornbuckle won the NCAA women's basketball title and WNBA title in the same year (2008 - with the University of Tennessee and the Detroit Shock) … Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Academic Honor Roll in Spring 2018 ... Psychology major.

Career Highs Rushing Yards: 83 vs. Cal, 2017 Rush Attempts: 20 vs. Cal, 2017 Rush TD: 1 vs. Cal, 2017 Long Rush: 37 vs. Cal, 2017

Rushing Statistics Year 2016 2017 Totals

TCB 19 46 65

Yds 95 210 305

YL 0 28 28

Net 95 182 277

Avg 5.0 4.0 4.3

TD 0 1 1

Receiving Statistics Year 2016 2017 Totals

30

Rec. 4 8 12

Yds 39 69 108

Avg 9.8 8.6 9.0

TD 0 0 0

Lg 30 22 30

Lg 22 37 37


RETURNING PLAYERS

15

ANDREW

ZACH

STRAUCH

SWEENEY

6-0 / 180 / Redshirt Junior Kicker Piedmont, Calif. Piedmont HS

6-2 / 290 / Redshirt Freshman Offensive Line Cooper City, Fla. St. Thomas Aquinas HS

60

2017

2017

Did not see game action.

Did not see game action in his first year in the program.

2016

High School

Handled placekicking duties in games vs. UNLV, Washington State, Utah and Colorado … Converted nine-for-nine extra point attempts and one of two field goal attempts on the season. Did not see game action in his first season in the program.

Listed as a three-star prospect by Scout.com … Rated as the No. 15 offensive guard prospect in the South, the No. 7 guard in the state of Florida and the No. 58 offensive guard in the nation … ESPN three-star recruit … Team won the Florida 7A state championship the past three seasons … Named first-team All-7A State … First-team all-county selection … Served as team captain as a senior.

High School

Personal

2015

Played at Piedmont High School, Calif., under Coach Scott Coats … Was named All-League First-team in 2013-2014 … 2014 Northern California Special Teams Player of the Week … 2014 California State All-State nominee … Team was 2014 NCS Semifinalist … Also was a standout in soccer … Named 2014 All-League 1st-team WAAC and a 2014 CIF NCS All Star Team selection.

Parents: Michael and Lisa Sweeney … Has one older brother … His biggest thrill is winning three state championships … Lists the NFL's Joe Thomas as the famous athlete he most admires … Hobbies include basketball and fishing ... Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Academic Honor Roll in Spring 2018.

Personal Parents: Michael and Jane Strauch … Has one sister … Lists Oakland Raiders great Ray Guy as the athlete he admires most … Named to the Athletic Director's Honor Roll in Spring 2017 and Spring 2018 ... Political Science major.

Career Highs Long FG: 39 yards vs. Utah, 2016 Most FG Made in Game: 1 vs. Utah, 2016 Most FG Attempts in Game: 1, last at Colorado, 2016 Long: 39 vs. Utah, 2016

Kicking Statistics Year 2016 2017 Totals

Fg-Fga 1-2 0-0 1-2

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

20-29 0-0 0-0 0-0

30-39 1-2 0-0 1-2

40-49 0-0 0-0 0-0

50+ 0-0 0-0 0-0

Lg 39 0 39

XP 9-9 0-0 9-9

Pts 12 0 12

31


RETURNING PLAYERS

75

BOSS

LENI

TAGALOA

TOAILOA

6-1 / 315 / Junior Offensive Line Pittsburgh, Calif. De La Salle HS

6-0 / 225 / Redshirt Sophomore Linebacker Rialto, Calif. Carter HS

26

2017

2017

Saw action in 12 games and made eight starts on the defensive line ... Recorded his first career sack against Kansas State ... Had six tackles each in games vs. Arizona State, Utah and Arizona ... Had multiple tackles in nine games.

Saw action in 10 games as a reserve linebacker and on special teams units ... Credited with six tackles on the season ... Had two tackles each in games versus Texas A&M and at Stanford.

2016

2016

Saw action in all 12 games as a reserve along the defensive line and on special teams … Had a career-best five tackles at Cal … Had multiple tackles in five games … Had three stops each in games at Texas A&M and vs. UNLV.

Did not see game action in his first year in the program … Enrolled in January of 2016 and participated in spring football practices.

High School

Listed as a three-star recruit by ESPN … Three-star recruit according to Scout.com and the No. 13 safety in the West … Rivals.com three-star recruit … PrepStar All-West selection … Second-team San Bernardino Sun All-Area team selection … As a senior, he made 45 tackles, 7.0 tackles for loss … Also had 16 receptions for 191 yards on offense.

High School

Listed by ESPN as four-star recruit, the No. 13 defensive tackle in the nation and No. 11 prospect in the state of California … No. 95 on the ESPN 300 list … Scout.com four-star recruit who is listed as No. 12 defensive tackle in the nation, No. 14 on the California 100 List and No. 15 on the West 150 … Rivals.com four-star recruit, No. 144 in the nation, No. 36 in California and rated as the No. 15 defensive tackle in the country … Cal-Hi Sports first-team All-State selection … PrepStar Dream Team member and rated the No. 68 recruit in the nation … Member of the Tacoma News Tribune Western 100 … Played defensive end, defensive tackle and offensive tackle … As a senior, he was credited with 65 tackles, including 8.0 sacks … Named Nor Cal Defensive Player of the Year … As a junior, he made 49 tackles and eight sacks … First player in De La Salle history to play varsity football as a freshman.

Personal Parents: Sam Toailoa and Rachel Tropez … Has three brothers, one, Lokeni is also on UCLA football team, and four sisters … Lists his biggest athletic thrill as receiving his scholarship offer to UCLA … Sociology major.

Career Highs Tackles: 2, last at Stanford, 2017 Tackles for Loss: 0.5 vs. UNLV, 2016

Personal

Tackle Statistics

Parents: Samatuafaiga and Corazon Tagaloa … Has three younger brothers and three younger sisters … Relative Matt Toeaina played in the NFL from 2007-12 … Lists his biggest thrill as winning the State Championship bowl game… The NFL's Aaron Donald is the athlete he most admires … Hobbies include playing musical instruments … Has a career interest in becoming a sports announcer / analyst … Sociology major.

Year 2016 2017 Totals

Career Highs Tackles - 6, last vs. Arizona State, 2017 Tackles for Loss - 1.0, last vs. Kansas State, 2017 Sacks - 1.0 vs. Kansas State, 2017

Tackle Statistics Year 2016 2017 Totals

TT 19 32 51

T-AT 8-11 21-11 29-22

Sacks 0.0-0 1.0-2 1.0-2

TFL 0.0-0 2.5-6 2.5-6

INT (TD) 0 0 0

32

TT 5 6 11

T-AT 3-2 5-1 8-3

Sacks 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

TFL 0.5-1 0.0-0 0.5-1

INT (TD) 0 0 0


RETURNING PLAYERS

52

LOKENI

RICK

TOAILOA

WADE

6-1 / 240 / Junior Linebacker Rialto, Calif. Carter HS

6-6 / 275 / Redshirt Junior Defensive Line Santa Margarita, Calif. Santa Margarita Catholic HS

90

2017

2017

Saw action in 11 games and made three starts (Hawai'i, Memphis, Kansas State) ... Credited with 18 tackles on the season ... Had multiple tackles in three games with a season-best five stops vs. Hawai'i.

Saw action in 11 games and made five starts (Stanford, Colorado, USC, Cal, Kansas State) ... Ranked 10th on the team with 33 tackles ... Added five tackles for loss and one sack ... Credited with at least three tackles in six games ... Had a season-high seven tackles at Stanford ... Made six tackles in the game at USC ... Had five stops in the win over Texas A&M.

2016 Saw action in 10 games, primarily on special teams … Credited with five tackles on the season … Had two tackles vs. UNLV … Made one stop in games vs. Stanford, Arizona State and Washington State … Enrolled at UCLA in January of 2016 and participated in spring football practices.

2016 Saw action in all 12 games on special teams and as a reserve along the defensive line … Credited with 21 tackles, 3.0 tackles for loss, on the season … Had multiple tackles in six games, with a season-high of six tackles at Cal … Totaled five tackles vs. Utah … Made 2.0 tackles for loss in win at BYU, including his first career sack.

High School Listed as a four-star recruit by ESPN … Rated the No. 4 inside linebacker in the nation and the No. 14 overall recruit in California … No. 112 on the ESPN 300 list … Scout. com four-star recruit, No. 17 on the California 100 list, No. 21 on the West 150 list and the No. 5 inside linebacker in the nation … Rivals.com four-star recruit, the No. 16 inside linebacker in the nation and the No. 39 recruit in the state of California … PrepStar Dream Team member and the No. 48 rated recruit in the nation … Member of the Tacoma News Tribune Western 100 … As a senior, he was credited with 71 tackles, 10.0 tackles for loss and 6.0 sacks … Made 248 career tackles … Selected to play in the Under Armour All-America game.

2015 Did not see game action in his first season in the program … Presented the Nick 'Pac' Pasquale Memorial Award for Outstanding Scout Team Player, Offense at the annual team banquet.

High School Listed as a four-star recruit and the No. 6 defensive end in the west by Scout.com … Listed as four-star recruit by Rivals.com and the No. 49 recruit in the state of California … ESPN. com three-star recruit … PrepStar All-West region … As a senior, he was credited with 97 tackles, three sacks, five passes defended and an interception return for a touchdown … Co-Lineman of the Year in the Trinity League … Named to L.A. Times All-Star football team … Also lettered in basketball and in track (shot put).

Personal Parents: Sam Toailoa and Rachel Tropez … Has three brothers, one, Leni is also on UCLA football team, and four sisters … Lists his biggest athletic thrill as winning the city championship … The NFL's Ray Lewis is his favorite athlete … Sociology major.

Personal

Career Highs

Parent: Sheri Wade … Has a brother and a sister … Lists his biggest thrill in sports as recording a tackle for loss … Admires the NBA's Dwayne Wade … A lot of his spare time is spent at the beach … Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Honor Roll in Winter 2015 … Sociology major.

Tackles: 5 vs. Hawai'i, 2017 Tackles for Loss: 1.0 at Memphis, 2017

Tackle Statistics Year 2016 2017 Totals

TT 5 18 23

T-AT 3-2 12-6 15-8

Sacks 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

TFL 0.5-1 1.0-4 1.5-5

Career Highs

INT (TD) 0 0 0

Tackles: 6 at Cal, 2016 Tackles for Loss: 2.0 at BYU, 2016 Sacks: 1.0, last vs. Texas A&M, 2017

Tackle Statistics Year 2016 2017 Totals

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TT 21 33 54

T-AT 12-9 21-12 33-21

Sacks 1.0-13 1.0-9 2.0-22

TFL 3.0-17 5.0-18 8.0-35

INT (TD) 0 0 0


RETURNING PLAYERS

56

JOSH

CALEB

WARIBOKO-ALALI

WILSON

6-2 / 293 / Redshirt Junior Offensive Line Edmond, Okla. Casady HS

6-4 / 235 / Redshirt Junior Tight End Dallas, Texas USC / Junipero Serra HS

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2017

2017

Saw action in 10 games as a reserve offensive lineman and on special teams.

Did not see game action in his first season in the program.

Starter in all five games in which he saw action (Texas A&M, Hawai'i, Memphis, Stanford, Colorado) ... Caught 38 passes in those five games ... Sat out the balance of the season due to injury ... Caught a school-record 15 passes in the comeback win over Texas A&M for 208 yards ... Hauled in 11 passes against Stanford for 145 yards ... Caught his first career touchdown pass (two yards) against Hawai'i ... Named to the Watch List for the Biletnikoff Award ... Named to the Midseason All-America team by The Athletic.

High School

2016

2016 Saw action on special teams and along the offensive line, making a couple of starts at guard in the games at Washington State and at Cal.

2015

Saw action in all 12 games at tight end and on special teams in his first season in the Bruin program … Had 16 catches on the season … Finished the year strong with 10 catches for 146 yards in the last three games … Had a season-best four catches vs. USC … Made catches in eight games and totaled multiple catches in four contests.

ESPN.com four-star athlete and the No. 105 recruit in the nation … Listed No. 163 (four stars) on the Scout.com Scout 300 … Listed as four-star recruit by Rivals.com, No. 1 recruit in Oklahoma and No. 104 in the nation … Named to 2014 MaxPreps Small Schools All-America team … The top player listed on The Oklahoman’s Super 30 list … Named to the All-State team by The Tulsa World … Invited to the Under Armour All-America game.

2015 (USC) Redshirted as a reserve tight end as a first-year freshman walk-on at USC in 2015, where his father was a member of the coaching staff.

Personal Parents: Benson and Lisa Wariboko-Alali … Has two brothers … Named to the Athletic Director's Honor Roll in Winter 2015 and Winter 2017 … Geography major.

High School Played quarterback and tight end as a 2014 senior at Junipero Serra High in Gardena (Calif.) … Completed 47-of-82 passes for 610 yards (57.3%) for 610 yards with 1 TD and 4 interceptions in 2014 … Ran for 96 yards on 15 carries (6.4 avg) with 1 TD … Caught 18 passes for 310 yards (17.2 avg) with seven TDs and averaged 36.5 yards on 32 punts … Also played basketball at Serra … Previously played quarterback at North Oconee High in Bogart (Ga.) as a 2013 junior, but missed that season with an injury (he did play basketball there) … At Starkville (Miss.) High as a 2012 sophomore, earned all-state second team honors, throwing for 1,200 yards and 12 TDs in five games.

Personal Parents: Chris and Tina Wilson … Has one sister … His father, Chris, was a two-time All-American at Oklahoma and a NFL Draft pick in 1992 of the Chicago Bears and is currently the defensive line coach with the Philadelphia Eagles … Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Honor Roll in Fall 2016, Winter 2017, Spring 2017 and Spring 2018 … Sociology major.

Career Highs Receptions: 15 vs. Texas A&M, 2017 Receiving Yards: 208 vs. Texas A&M, 2017 TD: 1 vs. Hawai'i, 2017 Long: 35 at Cal, 2016

Receiving Statistics Year 2016 2017 Totals

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No 16 38 54

Yds 220 490 710

Avg. 13.8 12.9 13.1

TD 0 1 1

LG 35 31 35


RETURNING PLAYERS

87

JORDAN

JOSH

WILSON

WOODS

6-4 / 250 / Redshirt Sophomore Tight End Nashville, Tenn. Montgomery Bell Academy

6-2 / 235 / Senior Linebacker Upland, Calif. Upland HS

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2017

2017

Saw action in 12 games and made six starts (Oregon, Washington, Utah, USC, Cal, Kansas State) ... Caught at least one pass in each of the last seven games of the season ... Totaled four passes each in contests against Oregon and Washington ... Hauled in scoring passes at Memphis (5 yards) and at Washington (8 yards).

Saw action in seven games and made starts in six games (Texas A&M, Hawai'i, Stanford, Colorado, Arizona, Oregon) ... Had a season-high seven tackles in the game at Stanford ... Totaled at least five tackles in four games ... Had five tackles each in games vs. A&M, Hawai'i and Arizona.

2016

2016

Did not see game action in his first year in the program.

Saw action in 11 games on special teams and at linebacker … Made six starts at linebacker … Named honorable mention Pac-12 Conference Football All-Academic team … Credited with 26 tackles on the season … Had multiple tackles in seven games with a season-best of four stops against UNLV, Colorado, Oregon State, and USC … Credited with 1.0 tackles for loss vs. Oregon State.

High School Listed as a three-star recruit by Scout.com and rated as the No. 38 tight end prospect in the nation … Rivals.com three-star recruit, No. 12 recruit in the state of Tennessee and rated as the No. 18 tight end in the country … PrepStar All-Southeast Region selection … As a junior, he caught 21 passes for 317 yards and a touchdown … His team won the TSSAA State football championship in 2014 … Also lettered in basketball and averaged 15 ppg as a junior.

2015 Saw action in one game (game No. 8 vs. Colorado) … Credited with four tackles … Suffered an injury which sidelined him for the balance of the season ... Enrolled in April 2015 and participated in spring practice.

Personal

High School

Parents: Patrick Wilson and Tara Holt … Has three younger sisters … Lists his biggest athletic thrill as beating his rival high school to win the state championship … The NFL's Calvin Johnson is his favorite player … Likes to play video games and basketball in his spare time … Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Honor Roll in Fall 2016 … Sociology major.

Listed No. 162 (four stars) on the Scout.com Scout 300 … Listed as three-star recruit by Rivals.com and the No. 55 recruit in the state of California … ESPN.com three-star recruit and No. 76 in California … PrepStar All-West region … 2014 Inland Daily Bulletin All-Area Player of the Year … San Bernardino Sun All-Area Defensive Player of the Year … L.A. Times All-Area team … Southern Section All-West Valley Division team … As a senior, he recorded 92 tackles, 11 sacks, two interceptions and two fumbles caused.

Career Highs Receptions: 4, last at Washington, 2017 Receiving Yards: 43 at Arizona, 2017 TD: 1, last at Washington, 2017 Long: 25 vs. Cal, 2017

Personal Parents: Dominic, Sr. and Jennifer Woods … Lists his biggest athletic thrill as being named the Player of the Year by the Daily Bulletin and the Sun newspapers … Likes to play video games in his spare time … Member of the Athletic Director's Academic Honor Roll in Fall 2015, Winter 2015, Winter 2017, Spring 2017 and Spring 2018 … Sociology major.

Receiving Statistics Year 2017

No 16

Yds 155

Avg. 9.7

TD 2

LG 25

Career Highs Tackles: 7 at Stanford, 2017 Tackles for Loss: 1.0, last vs. Oregon, 2017 Sacks: 1.0 vs. Oregon, 2017

Tackle Statistics Year 2015 2016 2017 Totals

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TT 4 26 30 60

T-AT 1-3 17-9 23-7 41-19

Sacks 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-2 1.0-2

TFL 0.0-0 1.5-3 3.5-7 5.0-10

INT (TD) 0 0 0 0


NEWCOMERS

FRESHMEN

KAZMEIR

Freshmen Recruits No. 82 19 70 71 4 33 23 23 21 57 30 29 26 27 56 50 76 91 2 83 7 99 3

Name Alaimo, Matt Allen, Kazmeir Anderson, Alec Beckett, Baraka Blaylock, Stephan Calvert, Bo Churchwell III, Kenny Cota, Chase Ezeike, Michael Gaines, Jon Guidry, Elisha Hurt, Delon Irby, Martell Jolly, Patrick Mafi, Atonio Manoa, Tyler Murray, Christaphany Ogbonnia, Otito Philips, Kyle Priebe, David Thompson-Robinson, Dorian Wade, Elijah Williams, Rayshad

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Pos. Ht. Wt. TE 6-4 220 RB 5-8 175 OL 6-4 300 OL 6-3 280 DB 5-10 180 LB 6-3 235 DB 6-1 190 WR 6-4 206 WR 6-5 215 OL 6-4 280 DB 5-11 182 WR 5-11 190 RB 5-8 200 DB 6-1 175 DL 6-2 380 DL 6-4 290 OL 6-2 298 DL 6-4 315 WR 5-11 180 TE 6-6 230 QB 6-1 205 LB 6-5 255 DB 6-2 183

ALLEN

Hometown High School Paramus, N.J. St. Joseph Regional HS Tulare, Calif. Tulare Union HS Fontana, Calif. Etiwanda HS Pacific Palisades, Calif. Palisades Charter HS Compton, Calif. St. John Bosco HS Oxnard, Calif. Oaks Christian HS Casa Grande, Ariz. Mountain Pointe HS Medford, Ore. South Medford HS Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. Colony HS Wauwatosa, Wisc. Marquette Univ. HS Long Beach, Calif. Vista Murrieta HS Ontario, Calif. Servite HS San Diego, Calif. School of Creative and Performing Arts Tampa, Fla. Newsome HS Shoreview, Calif. Junipero Serra HS Hayward, Calif. St. Francis HS Palmdale, Calif. Mater Dei HS Houston, Texas James E. Taylor HS San Marcos, Calif. San Marcos HS Waco, Texas Midway HS Las Vegas, Nev. Bishop Gorman HS Las Vegas, Nev. Arbor View HS Memphis, Tenn. Whitehaven HS

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5-8 / 175 / Freshman Running Back Tulare, Calif. Tulare Union HS

High School Listed as a four-star recruit by Rivals.com and a three-star by 247 Sports and ESPN.com … 247 Sports’ No. 50 recruit in the state of California and No. 9 all-purpose back in the country … Rivals.com’s No. 43 recruit in the state … Broke the California High School scoring record with 72 total touchdowns scored his senior season … Rushed for 3,336 yards on 255 carries for 62 touchdowns, while adding 29 receptions for 833 yards and nine touchdowns as a senior … Returned 11 kickoffs for a 41.5-yard average his senior season … Racked up over 8,900 all-purpose yards in his prep career ... 2017 Times-Delta/ Advance-Register Bob Mathias Award winner as Tulare County's most outstanding football player ... Rushed for over a 1,000-yards in each of his junior (34 TDs) and sophomore (13 TDs) seasons ... Also lettered in track and field and baseball ... Won the 100m event (10.44) at the 2018 CIF state track and field championships.

Personal Parents: Brad Allen and Shaneil Delgado … Has one brother and two sisters … His biggest thrill is breaking the state touchdown record … Lists the NFL's Reggie Bush and De'Anthony Thomas as the famous athletes he most admires … Hobbies include playing video games.

MATT

ALEC

ALAIMO

ANDERSON

6-4 / 220 / Freshman Tight End Paramus, N.J. St. Joseph Regional HS

6-4 / 300 / Freshman Offensive Line Fontana, Calif. Etiwanda HS

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High School

High School

A three-star recruit according to 247 Sports, Rivals.com and ESPN.com … 247’s No. 27 tight end in the nation and the No. 12 recruit in the state of New Jersey … Rivals.com’s No. 13 recruit in New Jersey and the No. 31 tight end in the nation … ESPN.com’s No. 19 tight end in the nation and the No. 19 prospect in the state of New Jersey … As a senior, he made 44 catches for 671 yards and seven touchdowns ... Made 25 receptions, as a junior, for 371 yards and a touchdown.

Listed as a three-star recruit by 247 Sports, ESPN.com and Rivals.com … 247’s No. 85 recruit in the state of California and No. 72 offensive tackle prospect in the country … Rivals.com’s No. 78 recruit in the state of California.

Personal Parents: Anders and Chrissy Anderson … Has one brother and two sisters … His biggest thrill is setting the record for most pancake blocks at his high school … Lists the NFL's Joe Thomas as the famous athlete he most admires … Bruin (2008-2011) tight end Cory Harkey is his uncle ... Hobbies include playing basketball.

Personal Parents: Charles and Shannan Alaimo … Has two younger sisters and a brother … Lists his biggest athletic trill to date as winning the state high school football championship ... Famous athletes he admires are LeBron James, Odell Beckham Jr. and Alex Rodriguez ... Enjoys baseball and playing video games.

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NEWCOMERS

71

BARAKA

BO

BECKETT

CALVERT

6-3 / 280 / Freshman Offensive Line Pacific Palisades, Calif. Palisades Charter HS

6-3 / 235 / Freshman Linebacker Oxnard, Calif. Oaks Christian HS

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High School

High School

247 Sports and ESPN.com three-star recruit … A two-star prospect according to Rivals. com … 247’s No. 36 offensive guard in the nation; No. 98 recruit in the state of California … In his senior season, he was credited with 35 tackles, 9.5 tackles for loss and 2.0 sacks ... Returned two fumbles for touchdowns ... Named to the Fox Sports/SoCal Prep Insider All-City football team ... Blue-Grey All-American ... Also attended Windward School (2014-16) ... Lettered in track and field (shot put).

A four-star prospect according to 247 Sports, ESPN.com and Rivals.com … 247 Sports’ No. 31 recruit in the state of California and the nation’s No. 18 outside linebacker … ESPN.com’s No. 34 recruit in California and the nation’s No. 31 defensive end … Rivals. com’s No. 34 California recruit and the No. 17 outside linebacker prospect in the country … Selected to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl … Credited with 37 tackles, 8.0 tackles for loss and four sacks as a senior … As a junior, he registered 61 tackles and 11.5 sacks ... Four-year varsity captain ... Credited with 386 career tackles ... Also lettered in basketball.

Personal Parents: Dorika and Justin Beckett … Has one younger sister … Dad was a member of the football team at Duke and mom was a sprinter on the track team at Harvard … His biggest thrill to date is winning the league championship in Pop Warner after scoring three touchdowns in the title game … Lists the NBA's LeBron James as the famous athlete he most admires … Hobbies include dancing, reading, swimming and lifting ... Founded a non-profit foundation which works to educate disadvantaged children in Africa ... Career objective is to become a chief executive in the business world.

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Personal Parents: David and Sirena Calvert … Has two younger brothers … Dad played football at Utah … His biggest thrill is recording his first career sack against a rival team to help earn a league championship as a prep sophomore … Lists the NFL's Pat Tillman and Jackie Robinson as the famous athletes he most admires … Hobbies include hanging out with his brothers, going to the beach and camping/hiking.

STEPHAN

KENNY

BLAYLOCK

CHURCHWELL III

5-10 / 180 / Freshman Defensive Back Compton, Calif. St. John Bosco HS

6-1 / 190 / Freshman Defensive Back Casa Grande, Ariz. Mountain Pointe HS

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High School

High School

Listed as a four-star prospect by Rivals.com and as the No. 26 cornerback recruit in the nation and No. 38 overall recruit in the state of California … 247 Sports’ No. 33 prospect in the state of California and a four-star recruit … No. 158 recruit in the nation according to 247 Sports … ESPN.com four-star recruit and No. 24 safety prospect in the nation … Registered 40 tackles and two interceptions in his senior year … As a junior, he was credited with 54 tackles, 6.0 TFL, two interceptions and one fumble caused … Returned one interception for a touchdown in both his senior and junior seasons.

Three-star recruit according to 247 Sports, Rivals.com and ESPN.com … 247’s No. 52 safety in the nation and the No. 9 recruit in the state of Arizona … Rivals.com’s No. 51 safety in the country … ESPN.com’s No. 48 safety prospect nationally and No. 13 recruit in Arizona … As a senior, he was credited with 65 tackles, 14 pass defenses and one interception … Caught three touchdown passes on offense … Made five interceptions as a junior and registered 73 tackles.

Personal

Personal

Parents: Kenneth Churchwell II and Shatoya Howard … Has two brothers and a twin sister … Lists the NFL's Brian Dawkins as the famous athlete he most admires … Hobbies include playing games and hanging out with family and friends ... Former NFL player Randall McDaniel is his cousin.

Parents: Stephan Blaylock and DejaVu Perry … Has a brother and a sister … Famous athletes he admires are the NFL's Jamal Adams and Armani Watts ... Hobbies include watching movies.

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NEWCOMERS

23

CHASE

JON

COTA

GAINES

6-4 / 206 / Freshman Wide Receiver Medford, Ore. South Medford HS

6-4 / 280 / Freshman Offensive Line Wauwatosa, Wisc. Marquette University HS

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UCLA

High School

Enrolled at UCLA in April 2018 and took part in spring practice.

Three-star recruit according to 247 Sports and the No. 128 offensive tackle prospect in the nation … No. 10 recruit in the state of Wisconsin … Two-star prospect according to Rivals.com … Named to the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association All-State team for 2017 (honorable mention) … Honorable mention all-state selection ... Team captain ... Chosen to the All-Greater Milwaukee Metro team in 2016 ... Lettered two years in football (tackle) and three years in track and field (throwing events).

High School Listed as a four-star recruit by 247 Sports, ESPN.com and Rivals.com … 247 Sports’ No. 2 recruit in the state of Oregon and No. 27 wide receiver in the country … No. 294 on the ESPN National 300 list and No. 47 wide receiver in the nation … Rivals.com No. 21 wide receiver in the nation … Selected to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl … As a senior, he caught 44 passes for 782 yards and 12 touchdowns … Ran for 120 yards on 17 carries while adding 20 tackles and two interceptions while playing on defense.

Personal Parents: Jon and Andrea Gaines … Has one older brother and one older sister … His biggest thrill was helping his high school running back set a school record … Lists LeBron James, Russell Westbrook, Peyton Manning and Colin Kaepernick as the famous athletes he most admires … Hobbies include cooking and video games ... Would like to one day become an NFL team owner.

Personal Parents: Chad and Christina Cota … Has one younger brother … Dad played defensive back in the NFL from 1995-2002 with Panthers, Colts, Rams and Saints ... His biggest thrill is playing in the U.S. Army game … Lists the NFL's A.J. Green and Eric Decker as the famous athletes he most admires … Hobbies include playing the guitar, action sports and hiking.

21

MICHAEL

ELISHA

EZEIKE

GUIDRY

6-5 / 215 / Freshman Wide Receiver Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. Colony HS

5-11 / 182 / Freshman Defensive Back Long Beach, Calif. Vista Murrieta HS

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High School

Three-star prospect according to 247 Sports, ESPN.com and Rivals.com … 247’s No. 74 cornerback prospect in the nation and the No. 94 recruit in the state of California … ESPN.com’s No. 69 cornerback recruit nationally and the No. 85 prospect in the state of California … As a senior, he was credited with 67 tackles and three interceptions ... Recorded 86 tackles as a junior ... Also attended Cedar Park HS (2014-16) in Texas ... 2017 All-Inland Empire ... 2017 All-Southwestern first-team ... 2016 All-Southwestern second-team ... 2015 second-team All-25-5A selection ... Also lettered in basketball (2017) and track and field (four years).

A four-star prospect according to 247 Sports, Rivals.com and ESPN.com … 247’s No. 262-ranked national recruit, the No. 9 tight end prospect in the nation and the No. 40 recruit in the state of California … Rivals.com’s No. 35-rated wide receiver recruit in the nation and the No. 188 recruit in the nation … ESPN.com’s No. 39 prospect in the state of California … As a senior, he caught 50 passes for 960 yards and 15 touchdowns … Made 49 receptions for 764 yards and 10 touchdowns as a junior.

Personal Parent: Stella Obiohu … Has an older brother and sister … Lists his biggest athletic thrill to date as scoring his first high school touchdown ... The famous athlete that he most admires is the NFL's Calvin Johnson ... Hobbies include playing video games.

Personal Parents: Javelin and Kaishauna Guidry … Has one older brother, Javelin, who is a member of the Utah football team, and one younger sister … Both parents attended UCLA ... Son of Javelin Guidry who played defensive back at UCLA (1994-97) … His uncle, Paul Guidry played defensive back for UCLA from 1993-96 ... His biggest thrill is winning a Texas state championship in NRG Stadium … Lists Terrell Owens, Kobe Bryant and Shaquille O'Neal as the famous athletes he most admires … Hobbies include hanging out with friends and family, reading and watching soccer.

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NEWCOMERS

29

DELON

PATRICK

HURT

JOLLY

5-11 / 190 / Freshman Wide Receiver Ontario, Calif. Servite HS

6-1 / 175 / Freshman Defensive Back Tampa, Fla. Newsome HS

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High School

High School

Three-star prospect according to 247 Sports, Rivals.com and ESPN.com … 247’s No. 52 recruit in the state of California and the No. 63 wide receiver prospect in the nation … ESPN.com’s No. 63-rated recruit in the state and the No. 123 wide receiver prospect in the nation … Rivals.com’s No. 57 recruit in the state of California and the No. 37 ‘Athlete’ in the nation … As a senior, he caught 59 passes for 909 yards and 11 touchdowns … Caught 61 passes for 845 yards and six touchdowns in his junior season.

Three-star recruit according to 247 Sports, Rivals.com and ESPN.com … 247’s No. 142 prospect in the state of Florida and the No. 75 ‘Athlete’ in the nation … ESPN.com’s No. 125-rated wide receiver prospect in the nation and the No. 109 prospect in Florida … As a senior, he rushed for 867 yards and 12 touchdowns and made 18 receptions for two more scores … Ran for 797 yards as a junior and nine touchdowns ... Also lettered in track and field ... Best marks include: 6-6 3/4 high jump, 22-10 long jump, 21.9 in 200 meters and 50.65 in 400-meter event.

Personal

Personal

Parents: Duane Hurt and Freda Porter … Has one sister … Lists the NFL's Amari Cooper and DeAndre Hopkins as the famous athletes he most admires.

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Parents: Patrick and Patricia Jolly … Has one younger brother … His biggest thrill was breaking his high school's high jump and long jump records; and setting a record with a 95-yard fumble recovery for a touchdown … Lists track's Usain Bolt and the NFL's Marshall Faulk as the famous athlete he most admires … Hobbies include listening to music.

MARTELL

ATONIO

IRBY

MAFI

5-8 / 200 / Freshman Running Back San Diego, Calif. San Diego School of Creative and Performing Arts

6-2 / 380 / Freshman Defensive Line Shoreview, Calif. Junipero Serra HS

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High School

High School

A three-star prospect according to 247 Sports, ESPN.com and Rivals.com who played football at Morse HS … ESPN.com’s No. 155 recruit in the state of California and the No. 104 running back in the nation … 247 Sports’ No. 82 recruit in the state of California and the No. 43 running back in the country … Rivals.com’s No. 100 recruit in California … Ran for 1,729 yards and 22 touchdowns as a junior … On defense, he was credited with 34 tackles and made two interceptions ... Ran for over 4,000 yards and scored 55 touchdowns in his prep career ... Named first-team All-CIF ... Also lettered in basketball and track and field.

A three-star recruit according to 247 Sports, ESPN.com and Rivals.com … ESPN.com’s No. 129 recruit in the state of California and the No. 92 offensive guard in the nation … 247 Sports’ No. 161 prospect in California and the No. 65 offensive guard in the nation ... First-team All-CIF ... Central Coast Section Co-Offensive Player of the Year ... WCAL MVP selection.

Personal Parents: Petelo and Fanganui Mafi … Has one brother … His biggest thrill to date was defeating his rival high school in overtime on the way to a state runner-up finish … Lists the NFL's Haloti Ngata as the famous athlete he most admires … Bruin tight end Devin Asiasi is his cousin ... Hobbies include singing, rugby and family outings ... Went to school for one term in his native Tonga.

Personal Parents: Mark and Monica Irby … Has two brothers, one, Daquirae plays linebacker for Nevada, and two sisters … Lists his favorite athletes as Karl Joseph, Odell Beckham Jr. and Jarvis Landry ... Hobbies and interests include basketball, track, jazz, piano and saxophone ... Has been playing the saxophone since the fourth grade ... Member of the San Diego School of Creative and Performing Arts’ award-winning jazz ensemble ... Career objective is to become a musician.

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NEWCOMERS

50

TYLER

OTITO

MANOA

OGBONNIA

6-4 / 290 / Freshman Defensive Line Hayward, Calif. St. Francis HS

6-4 / 315 / Freshman Defensive Line Houston, Texas James E. Taylor HS

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High School

High School

A four-star recruit according to 247 Sports and the No. 9 defensive tackle recruit in the nation, the No. 108 overall prospect in the country and the No. 14 recruit in the state of California … ESPN.com four-star recruit and the No. 34 defensive tackle prospect in the country and No. 46 recruit in California … Rivals.com three-star recruit and No. 76 recruit in California … As a senior, he was credited with 12 tackles, 3.5 TFLs … In his junior season, he made 39 tackles, 9.0 TFLs and 5.5 sacks … Selected to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

Three-star prospect according to 247 Sports, ESPN.com and Rivals.com … 247’s No. 38 defensive tackle recruit in the country and the No. 86 recruit in the state of Texas … ESPN.com’s No. 44 defensive tackle prospect in the nation and No. 81 recruit in Texas … As a junior, he recorded 61 tackles and 10 tackles for loss ... Also a standout in track.

Personal Parents: Ken and Nneka Ogbonnia … Has one brother and two sisters … The famous athlete he most admires is the NFL's Aaron Donald ... Enjoys cooking.

Personal Parents: Janice and Ofa Manoa … Has three brothers … Lists the NFL's Aaron Donald and Troy Polamalu as the famous athletes he most admires.

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CHRISTAPHANY

KYLE

MURRAY

PHILIPS

6-2 / 298 / Freshman Offensive Line Palmdale, Calif. Mater Dei HS

5-11 / 180 / Freshman Wide Receiver San Marcos, Calif. San Marcos HS

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High School

UCLA

Four-star recruit according to 247 Sports, Rivals.com and ESPN.com … Rivals.com’s No. 11 offensive guard prospect in the nation, No. 35 overall recruit in California and the No. 223 prospect in the nation … 247’s No. 29 California recruit, No. 232-rated national recruit and the No. 9 offensive guard in the nation … ESPN.com’s No. 22 offensive guard recruit and the No. 47 prospect in the state of California.

Enrolled at UCLA in January, 2018 and participated in spring practice.

High School Listed as a four-star recruit by ESPN.com and 247 Sports … Three-star prospect according to Rivals.com … 247’s No. 43-rated recruit in the state of California and the No. 208 recruit in the nation … Rivals.com’s No. 63 recruit in the state … No. 263 on the ESPN 300 national list … In his senior year, he made 59 receptions for 1,318 yards and 10 touchdowns … Credited with 26 tackles and a pair of interceptions on defense ... As a junior, he caught 65 passes for 909 yards and 11 touchdowns … As a sophomore, he made 54 catches for 757 yards and seven touchdowns … Also has returned kicks.

Personal Parent: Judy Murray … Has two older brothers … Lived in Texas for eight years before moving to California ... Lists his biggest athletic thrill to date as winning the state championship in high school ... The famous athlete he most admires is the NFL's Tyron Smith ... Hobbies include playing video games.

Personal Parents: Michael and Christie Philips … Has one older sister ... Earned a spot on the Athletic Director's Academic Honor Roll in Spring 2018.

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83

DAVID

ELIJAH

PRIEBE

WADE

6-6 / 230 / Freshman Tight End Waco, Texas Midway HS

6-5 / 255 / Freshman Linebacker Las Vegas, Nevada Arbor View HS

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High School

High School

Three-star recruit according to 247 Sports, Rivals.com and ESPN.com … 247’s No. 64 tight end prospect in the nation and the No. 187 recruit in the state of Texas … Rivals. com’s No. 38 tight end prospect nationally … ESPN.com’s No. 30 tight end recruit and the No. 194 prospect in Texas … As a senior, he made 15 catches for 183 yards and three touchdowns … In his junior season, he made 12 catches for 143 yards ... Named All-District and All-State honorable mention.

Listed as a four-star recruit by 247 Sports, ESPN.com and Rivals.com … 247’s No. 5 recruit in the state of Nevada and No. 18 weak side defensive end in the country … ESPN.com’s No. 30 defensive end prospect in the nation … Rivals.com’s No. 11 weak side defensive end recruit and the No. 226 recruit in the nation … As a senior, he was credited with 49 tackles, 7.0 tackles for loss and four sacks.

Personal

Parents: Noni Wilson and Howard Wade … Has four brothers and a sister … The famous athlete he most admires is the NFL's Von Miller ... Hobbies include working out.

Personal

Parents: Mike and Lee Ann Priebe … Has one older sister … His biggest thrill is playing in the state championship game as a senior … Lists the NFL's Rob Gronkowski as the famous athlete he most admires … Dad also played college football ... Hobbies include hunting and fishing and spending time with friends.

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DORIAN

RAYSHAD

THOMPSON-ROBINSON

WILLIAMS

6-1 / 205 / Freshman Quarterback Las Vegas, Nevada Bishop Gorman HS

6-2 / 183 / Freshman Defensive Back Memphis, Tenn. Whitehaven HS

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High School

High School

Four-star recruit according to 247 Sports and listed as the No. 66 player in the nation … ESPN.com’s four-star recruit and the No. 2 dual-threat quarterback prospect in the nation and No. 34 on the ESPN National 300 List … Rivals.com’s four-star prospect and the No. 2 dual-threat quarterback in the nation … No. 48 prospect on the Rivals 250 national list … In his senior year, he completed 176 of 256 passing attempts (.688) for 3,275 yards and 38 touchdowns with three interceptions … He also rushed for 426 yards and seven touchdowns … As a junior, he completed 21 of 31 passing attempts, threw three touchdown passes and ran for six scores … Also caught 22 passes for 397 yards and eight touchdowns … Selected to play in the Under Armour All-America Game.

Three-star recruit according to 247 Sports, Rivals.com and ESPN.com … 247’s No. 28 recruit in the state of Tennessee and the No. 85 cornerback prospect in the nation … Rivals.com’s No. 17 recruit in Tennessee and the No. 46 cornerback recruit in the nation … ESPN.com’s No. 24 recruit in the state and the No. 53 cornerback recruit in the nation … As a senior, he was credited with 64 tackles, four for loss and made six interceptions … Totaled 44 tackles as a junior with three interceptions.

Personal Parents: Carol and Raymond Williams … Has two brothers and a sister … His biggest thrill to date was winning the state championship as a junior … Lists the NFL's Jalen Ramsey and Troy Polamalu as the famous athletes he most admires … Hobbies include playing games and studying science ... Enjoys dancing.

Personal Parents: Melva Thompson-Robinson and Michael Robinson … Has a brother and a sister … His biggest thrill in sports to date is winning multiple high school national championships ... The famous athlete he most admires is the NFL's Aaron Rodgers ... Hobbies include drawing and listening to music.

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TRANSFERS

TYREE

THOMPSON

JE'VARI

ANDERSON 43

6-0 / 224 / Junior Linebacker West Oakland, Calif. Laney College / De La Salle HS

25 UCLA

Enrolled at UCLA in April 2018 and participated in spring practice.

UCLA

LA Valley Junior College / Sacramento State

Enrolled at UCLA in April 2018 and participated in spring practice.

247 Sports three-star recruit … Ranked as the No. 3 inside linebacker and No. 18 recruit in California … Played at LA Valley College in 2017 … Saw action in 10 games and was credited with 51 tackles and 11 tackles for loss … Attended Sacramento State in 2015 and 2016 … Played in nine games in the 2016 season and made one start … Had seven tackles and a sack vs. Western Oregon … Redshirted in 2015.

Laney Junior College A three-star recruit according to 247 Sports and ESPN.com … 247 Sports’ No. 4 safety prospect and the No. 8 recruit in the state … ESPN.com’s No. 9 safety recruit … Played on a Laney College defense which allowed 14 points or less in six games last season … Credited with 17 tackles, one sack, two tackles for loss, one interception and four pass defenses last season ... Named Region I All-Conference and All-National Valley Conference ... In 2016, he made 25 tackles, 1.5 sacks and 7.5 tackles for loss ... Also had two interceptions and a forced fumble.

High School 2015 graduate of Bishop Alemany HS in Mission Hills, Calif. …Three-star recruit according to Scout.com and a two-star recruit by Rivals.com…Named honorable mention all-area by the L.A. Daily News and two-time all-Serra League selection…Best game came against Crespi where he had 15 tackles and forced a fumble in the final contest of his senior season.

High School A three-star recruit according to Rivals.com ... Played safety and cornerback at Concord De La Salle HS ... As a junior, he was credited with 58 tackles, an interception and a fumble recovery.

Personal Parents: Tanya Mayfield and Lavell Thompson … Has two brothers and two sisters … Hobbies include playing video games ... Sociology major.

Personal

JUSTIN

Parent: Erica Wood … Has one brother and a sister … His biggest thrill is playing in the state championship game as a senior … Lists the NFL's Maurice Jones-Drew and the NBA's Kobe Bryant as the famous athlete he most admires … Hobbies include going to movies, listening to music, playing basketball and walking his dog ... Enjoys cooking and gardening ... Sociology major.

MURPHY

STEVEN

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MASON 55

6-1 / 220 / Redshirt Junior Linebacker Pacoima, Calif. Valley College / Bishop Alemany HS

6-6 / 291 / Graduate Offensive Line Belton, Texas Texas Tech / Belton HS

Texas Tech Made 12 career starts for the Red Raiders before being sidelined by injury and not seeing action during the 2017 season.

6-8 / 255 / Junior Defensive Line San Diego, Calif. Southwestern College / Torrey Pines HS

2016 Saw action in nine games and made eight starts along the offensive line ... Started the first four games of the season at right guard before moving to right tackle ... Made his first start at right tackle at Kansas State (Oct. 8) ... Also started at tackle against West Virginia (Oct. 15), TCU (Oct. 29) and Texas (Nov. 5) ... Helped to pave the way for a Red Raider offense that end the year as the nation's leader in passing offense and total offense ... Texas Tech also rated among the nation's best teams in third-down conversion percentage (third), first downs (third) and scoring offense (fifth) ... Named to the Academic All-Big 12 first-team.

Southwestern Junior College Three-star recruit according to 247 Sports … Played in six games and was credited with 22 tackles and 4.5 sacks last season at Southwestern College ... Team won the 2017 American Championship Bowl.

High School

2015

Earned three varsity letters in football as a defensive end at Torrey Pines HS ... First-team AllAvocado West League selection in 2015 ... Honorable mention all-league selection in 2014.

Appeared in five games and made four starts at right guard for Texas Tech ... Made his first career start against UTEP (Sept. 12) ... Part of a Texas Tech offensive line that allowed just one sack during his five games of action ... Injured against Baylor (Oct. 3) and was sidelined the balance of the season.

Personal Parents: Allison Gilman (mother), Ricardo Rivas (stepfather), Steven Mason I (biological father) … Has one younger sister ... Played ice hockey as a youth and participated in football for the first time in high school ... Sociology major.

2014 Did not see game action in his first year in the Texas Tech program.

High School Three-star recruit according to Scout.com and ESPN.

Personal Parents: Dad, Jim Murphy, played football at Rice and mom, Regina Cavanaugh, was a shot putter at Rice and alternate to the U.S. Olympic team in 1984 and 1988 … Has one brother and sister ... Favorite athlete is the NFL's Joe Thomas ... Hobbies include hunting ... Management major at Tech ... Enrolled in the School of Education.

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WILTON

TD Passes: 4 vs. UCF, 2016 Long Pass: 56 vs. Maryland, 2016 Interceptions: 2, last vs. Florida, 2017

SPEIGHT 3

Passing Statistics Year 2015 2016 2017 Totals

6-6 / 232 / Graduate Quarterback Richmond, Va. Michigan / Collegiate School

Att 14 331 81 437

Comp 6 204 44 257

Int 1 7 2 10

Yds 44 2,538 581 3,192

Td 1 18 3 22

Lg 13 56 48 56

Rushing Statistics Year 2015 2016 2017 Totals

Michigan Three-year letterwinner (2015-17) ... 2016 All-Big Ten third team (coaches and media) ... Appeared in 23 games and started 16 ... Tied the school record for most touchdown passes in the first two games of a season (7) ... Set a school record for most passing yards in the first half of a game (292 v. Maryland, 2016) ... Two-time Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week (Sept. 12 and Nov. 7, 2016) ... Was a backup quarterback in seven games during the 2015 season.

TCB 2 35 14 51

Yds 6 77 21 104

YL 4 137 62 203

Net 2 -60 -41 -99

Avg 1.0 -1.7 -2.9 -1.9

TD 0 1 0 1

Lg 6 17 8 17

2017 Game-By-Game Stats Oppt. Florida* Cincinnati* Air Force* @Purdue* Michigan State @Indiana @Penn State Rutgers Minnesota @Maryland @Wisconsin Ohio State South Carolina Totals

2017 Preseason Watch List for Davey O'Brien and Maxwell Awards ... Started his second consecutive season opener against Florida (Sept. 2) and completed 11 of his 25 pass attempts for 181 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions ... Started against Cincinnati (Sept. 9) and completed 17 of 29 passes for 221 yards with two touchdowns ... Connected on 14 of 23 pass attempts for 169 yards against Air Force (Sept. 16) ... Completed two of four passing attempts before leaving the game at Purdue due to injury (Sept. 23).

2016 Named Most Improved Player in vote by coaching staff ... Davey O'Brien Quarterback Award Semifinalist ... All-Big Ten third team (coaches and media) ... Starter in 11 games ... Completed 204 of 331 passes for 2,538 yards with 18 touchdowns and seven interceptions ... Was the team's Offensive Player of the Game after contests against UCF (Sept. 10), Penn State (Sept. 24), Illinois (Oct. 22) and Maryland (Nov. 5) ... Completed 20-of-32 passes for 219 yards, including a game-winning 46-yard touchdown pass to Amara Darboh in the fourth quarter vs. Wisconsin (Oct. 1) ... Set career-highs in completion percentage (79 percent) and yards (362) against Maryland (Nov. 5) to earn Offensive Player of the Game honors, breaking the program record for most first-half passing yards (292) while leading U-M to over 600 yards of offense, 10.0 yards per play and a season-high 31 first downs ... Completed 23-of-36 passes for 219 yards and two touchdowns at Ohio State (Nov. 26), tossing a five-yard touchdown to Amara Darboh in the first overtime session on a fourth down play to keep the game alive.

Att 25 29 23 4

81

Comp 11 17 14 2 dnp dnp dnp dnp dnp dnp dnp dnp dnp 44

Int 2 0 0 0

Pct. .440 .586 .609 .500

Yds 181 221 169 10

Td 1 2 0 0

Lg Rushes 48 4 43 5 37 3 6 2

Yds -9 -13 -3 -16

2

.543

581

3

48

-41

Int 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1

Pct. .769 .676 .533 .618 .625 .462 .696 .640 .792 .423

Yds 145 312 229 189 219 100 253 244 362 103

Td 3 4 1 1 1 1 2 0 2 0

Lg Rushes 31 0 45 2 54 6 25 2 46 5 45 0 33 3 43 1 56 3 29 4

2 1 7

.639 .553 .616

14

2016 Game-By-Game Stats Oppt. Att Hawai'i* 13 UCF* 37 Colorado* 30 Penn State* 34 Wisconsin* 32 @Rutgers* 13 Illinois* 23 at Michigan St.* 25 Maryland* 24 at Iowa* 26 Indiana at Ohio State* 36 Florida State* 38 Totals 331

2015 Appeared in seven games as a reserve quarterback ... Helped engineer the game-winning scoring drive at Minnesota (Oct. 31) ... Completed six passes for 44 yards vs. Ohio State (Nov. 28).

Comp 10 25 16 21 20 6 16 16 19 11 dnp 23 21 204

219 2 163 1 2,538 18

22 30 56

3 6 35

Yds 0 -12 -14 9 -30 0 -7 5 16 -3 -17 -7 -60

2015 Game-By-Game Stats Oppt. Att at Utah Oregon State 0 UNLV 3 BYU 0 at Maryland 1 Northwestern Michigan State at Minnesota 6 Rutgers 1 at Indiana at Penn State Ohio State 14 Florida Totals 25 *=game started

2014 Enrolled at Michigan in January of 2014.

High School Attended Collegiate School (2014) in Richmond, Va., coached by Mark Palyo and helped team to VISAA state title game ... Passed for 2,845 yards and 33 touchdowns and rushed for 292 yards as a senior ... Threw for 3,034 yards and 35 touchdowns as a junior ... Assumed the punting duties and averaged 42.2 yards per punt ... Starting quarterback for Team Nitro in the 2014 Under Armour All-America Game ... Also named team captain for Team Nitro ... Named to the Richmond Times-Dispatch All-Metro Team ... 2013 Prep League Offensive Player of the Year ... Participated in the San Francisco Elite 11 Football Camp ... Also played lacrosse in high school.

Personal Arrived at UCLA in the summer of 2018 ... Enrolled in the School of Education ... Has a brother who is an offensive lineman at Michigan.

Career Highs Rushing Attempts: 6, last vs. Florida State, 2016 Rushing Yards: 16 vs. Maryland, 2016 Rushing TDs: 1, last vs. Maryland, 2016 Long Rush: 17 vs. Florida State, 2016 Pass Completions: 25 vs. UCF, 2016 Passing Attempts: 38 vs. Florida State, 2016 Passing Yards: 362 vs. Maryland, 2016 43

Comp dnp 0 0 0 0 dnp dnp 3 0 dnp dnp 6 dnp 9

Int

Pct.

Yds

Td

Lg Rushes

Yds

0 0 0 0

.000 .000 .000 .000

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0

.500 .000

29 0

1 0

12 0

1 1

6 -4

1

.429

44

0

13

0

0

1

.360

73

1

13

2

2

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2017 IN REVIEW

2017 TEAM STATISTICS

2017 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS UCLA 422 32.5 34 304 98 183 23 1,474 1,825 351 396 3.7 113.4 19 4,478 338-536-10 8.4 13.2 344.5 31 5,952 932 6.4 457.8 54-1,039 14-73 8-82 19.2 5.2 10.2 18-12 106-977 75.2 57-2,404 42.2 37.6 26:29 75/182 41% 13/20 65% 22-112 0 53 17-21 0-0 (46-53) 87% (34-53) 64% (49-50) 98% 336,262 6/56,044 0/0

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

OPP 476 36.6 84 320 165 112 43 3,736 3,996 260 649 5.8 287.4 35 2,552 203-355-8 7.2 12.6 196.3 19 6,288 1,004 6.3 483.7 48-1,172 19-240 10-212 24.4 12.6 21.2 12-5 98-872 67.1 51-2,089 41.0 39.1 33:31 71/185 38% 12/25 48% 29-221 0 58 23-29 0-1 (61-69) 88% (41-69) 59% (55-57) 96% 340,869 6/56,812 1/32,859

RUSHING

1 82 102

2 122 135

3 110 141

4 108 98

OT 0 0

Josh Rosen-qb Devon Modster-qb Matt Lynch-qb Dymond Lee-wr Caleb Wilson-te Total Opponents

Score UCLA 45, Texas A&M 44 UCLA 56, Hawai'i 23 Memphis 48, UCLA 45 Stanford 58, UCLA 34 UCLA 27, Colorado 23 Arizona 47, UCLA 30 UCLA 31, Oregon 14 Washington 44, UCLA 23 Utah 48, UCLA 17 UCLA 44, Arizona State 37 USC 28, UCLA 23 UCLA 30, Cal 27 Kansas State 35, UCLA 17 (Cactus Bowl)

Site Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Memphis, Tenn. Stanford, Calif. Rose Bowl Tucson, Ariz. Rose Bowl Seattle, Wash. Salt Lake City, Utah Rose Bowl L.A. Coliseum Rose Bowl Phoenix, Ariz.

YL 24 17 28 8 3 3 3 17 5 0 0 0 0 3 1 3 14 18 207 351 260

NYG 565 446 182 136 75 49 46 34 25 15 11 10 5 0 -1 -3 -6 -18 -97 1,474 3,736

AVG 4.8 5.0 4.0 3.9 7.5 12.2 4.6 3.4 8.3 7.5 11.0 3.3 5.0 0.0 -1.0 -3.0 -1.5 -3.0 -1.9 3.7 5.8

TDs 5 6 1 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 19 35

LG 47 49 37 19 25 27 25 10 30 13 11 6 5 5 0 0 5 0 14 49 80

ATT 452 79 3 1 1 536 355

COMP 283 51 2 1 1 338 203

INT 10 0 0 0 0 10 8

G 9 9 13 5 10 13 10 12 12 13 12 13 3 9 12 13 6 5 13 13

NO 69 60 56 38 19 18 17 16 10 9 8 6 4 3 2 1 1 1 338 203

PCT 62.6 64.6 66.7 100.0 100.0 63.1 57.2

YDs 3,756 671 11 1 39 4,478 2,552

TDs 26 4 1 0 0 31 19

LG 65 70 6 1 39 70 75

EFF. 146.97 152.61 207.47 108.40 427.60 148.59 130.72

RECEIVING Jordan Lasley-wr Darren Andrews-wr Theo Howard-wr Caleb Wilson-te Austin Roberts-te Christian Pabico-wr Soso Jamabo-rb Jordan Wilson-te Bolu Olorunfunmi-rb Eldridge Massington-wr Brandon Stephens-rb Giovanni Gentosi-rb Nate Starks-rb Jalen Starks-rb Demetric Felton-rb Alex Van Dyke-wr Moses Robinson-Carr-te Devon Modster-qb Total Opponents Tot 422 476

2017 RESULTS (6-7; 4-5 Pac-12 South, 4th) Date Sept. 3 Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 3 Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Nov. 24 Dec. 26

YG 589 463 210 144 78 49 49 51 30 15 11 10 5 3 0 0 8 0 110 1,825 3,996

PASSING

SCORE BY QUARTERS UCLA Opponents

ATT 117 90 46 35 10 4 10 10 3 2 1 3 1 2 1 1 4 6 50 396 649

Bolu Olorunfunmi-rb Soso Jamabo-rb Brandon Stephens-rb Jalen Starks-rb Demetric Felton-rb Darren Andrews-wr Nate Starks-rb Devon Modster-qb Christian Pabico-wr Matt Lynch-qb Mique Juarez-lb Giovanni Gentosi-rb Damian Alloway-wr Theo Howard-wr Austin Roberts-te Kolton Miller-ol Jordan Lasley-wr TEAM Josh Rosen-qb Total Opponents

Attendance 64,635 50,444 46,291 48,042 61,338 48,380 55,711 69,847 45,902 53,847 82,407 50,287 32,859

Darren Andrews

44

YDs 1,264 773 594 490 220 280 204 155 118 111 69 51 74 66 -2 6 4 1 4,478 2,552

AVG 18.3 12.9 10.6 12.9 11.6 15.6 12.0 9.7 11.8 12.3 8.6 8.5 18.5 22.0 -1.0 6.0 4.0 1.0 13.2 12.6

TDs 9 10 4 1 2 1 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 31 19

LG 59 65 70 31 35 49 32 25 56 39 22 29 39 50 1 6 4 1 70 75


2017 IN REVIEW

SCORING

PUNTING

TDs JJ Molson-k Darren Andrews-wr 10 Jordan Lasley-wr 9 Soso Jamabo-rb 6 Bolu Olorunfunmi-rb 5 Theo Howard-wr 4 Jalen Starks-rb 4 Eldridge Massington-wr 2 Austin Roberts-te 2 Josh Rosen-qb 2 Jordan Wilson-te 2 Caleb Wilson-te 1 Christian Pabico-wr 1 Demetric Felton-rb 1 Brandon Stephens-rb 1 Nate Meadors-db 1 Darnay Holmes-db 1 Osa Odighizuwa-dl 1 Total 53 Opponents 58

FG-A 17-21 17-21 23-29

XP-A 49-50 49-50 55-57

2XP 1 1 2 1

DXP -

SAF 1

PTS 100 60 56 38 30 24 24 12 12 12 12 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 422 476

Stefan Flintoft-p TEAM Total Opponents

20-29 6-7

30-39 7-8

40-49 4-6

50+ 0-0

Lg 45

G 9 9 13 12 10 13 5 13 12 10 9 13 12 3 13 12 13 13 13 5 13 11 1 8 13 12 11 13 3 6 13 8 11 13 13

RUSH -6 49 0 565 446 0 0 25 182 -1 136 0 0 46 0 75 0 10 0 34 0 0 15 0 0 11 0 0 5 0 -3 -18 -97 1,474 3,736

RECV 1,264 773 0 118 204 594 490 280 69 220 66 0 155 74 111 -2 0 51 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 4 0 0 0 4,478 2,552

PR 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 72 0 -9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 73 240

KR 58 0 715 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 162 0 0 0 0 0 4 62 0 0 0 0 11 11 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,039 1,172

NO 10 3 1 14 19

NO 33 9 4 3 1 1 1 1 1 54 48

Darnay Holmes-db Mo Osling-db Mossi Johnson-db Jordan Lasley-wr Jalen Starks-rb Lokeni Toailoa-lb Giovanni Gentosi-rb Ainuu Taua-dl Octavius Spencer-db Total Opponents

TB 1 0 1 1

FC 21 0 21 22

I20 21 0 21 17

50+ 9 0 9 7

YDs 72 10 -9 73 240

AVG 7.2 3.3 -9.0 5.2 12.6

TDs 0 0 0 0 2

LG 41 12 0 41 72

YDs 715 162 62 58 6 10 4 11 11 1,039 1,172

AVG 21.7 18.0 15.5 19.3 6.0 10.0 4.0 11.0 11.0 19.2 24.4

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

LG 54 24 22 25 6 10 4 11 11 54 82

INTERCEPTION RETURNS NO 3 1 1 1 1 1 8 10

Darnay Holmes-db Jaleel Wadood-db Octavius Spencer-db Nate Meadors-db Adarius Pickett-db Colin Samuel-db Total Opponents

Blk 1

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS Jordan Lasley-wr Darren Andrews-wr Darnay Holmes-db Bolu Olorunfunmi-rb Soso Jamabo-rb Theo Howard-wr Caleb Wilson-te Christian Pabico-wr Brandon Stephens-rb Austin Roberts-te Jalen Starks-rb Mo Osling-db Jordan Wilson-te Nate Starks-rb Eldridge Massington-wr Demetric Felton-rb Adarius Pickett-db Giovanni Gentosi-rb Mossi Johnson-db Devon Modster-qb Nate Meadors-db Jaleel Wadood-db Matt Lynch-qb Ainuu Taua-dl Octavius Spencer-db Mique Juarez-lb Lokeni Toailoa-lb Alex Van Dyke-wr Damian Alloway-wr Moses Robinson-Carr-te Kolton Miller-ol TEAM Josh Rosen-qb Total Opponents

Lg 65 0 65 59

KICKOFF RETURNS

Numbers indicate fg attempt length in yards; G = Field Goal Made; ng = Field Goal Not Made

01-19 0-0

AVG 42.9 0.0 42.2 41.0

Adarius Pickett-db Darren Andrews-wr Mossi Johnson-db Total Opponents

*JJ Molson: Tex A&M: 29G; Hawai'i: no attempts; at Memphis: 33G; at Stanford: 27G, 45G, 23 ng blk; Colorado: 33G, 31G; at Arizona: 45ng wl; Oregon: 42G; at Washington: 42G; at Utah: 37G; Arizona State: 36 ng wr, 31G, 38G, 20G; at USC: 47 ng short, 26G; Cal: 27G, 26G, 37G; Kansas State: 44G.

Pct 81.0

YDs 2,404 0 2,404 2,089

PUNT RETURNS

FIELD GOALS

JJ Molson FGM-FGA 17-21

NO 56 1 57 51

YDs 30 24 0 27 1 0 82 212

AVG 10.0 24.0 0.0 27.0 1.0 0.0 10.2 21.2

TDs 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 2

LG 30 24 0 27 1 0 30 60

TOTAL OFFENSE

INT TOT AVG/G 0 1,316 146.2 0 832 92.4 30 745 57.3 0 683 56.9 0 650 65.0 0 594 45.7 0 490 98.0 0 305 23.5 0 251 20.9 0 219 21.9 0 208 23.1 0 162 12.5 0 155 12.9 0 120 40.0 0 111 8.5 0 73 6.1 1 73 5.6 0 65 5.0 0 53 4.1 0 35 7.0 27 27 2.1 24 24 2.2 0 15 15.0 0 11 1.4 0 11 0.8 0 11 0.9 0 10 0.9 0 6 0.5 0 5 1.7 0 4 0.7 0 -3 -0.2 0 -18 -2.2 0 -97 -8.8 82 7,146 549.7 212 7,912 608.6

Josh Rosen-qb Devon Modster-qb Bolu Olorunfunmi-rb Soso Jamabo-rb Brandon Stephens-rb Jalen Starks-rb Demetric Felton-rb Darren Andrews-wr Nate Starks-rb Caleb Wilson-te Matt Lynch-qb Christian Pabico-wr Mique Juarez-lb Giovanni Gentosi-rb Damian Alloway-wr Dymond Lee-wr Austin Roberts-te Kolton Miller-ol Jordan Lasley-wr TEAM Total Opponents

Bolu Olorunfunmi

45

G 11 5 12 10 12 9 12 9 3 5 1 13 12 13 3 2 10 13 9 8 13 13

PLAYS 502 89 117 90 46 35 10 4 10 1 5 3 1 3 1 1 1 1 4 6 932 1,004

RUSH -97 34 565 446 182 136 75 49 46 0 15 25 11 10 5 0 -1 -3 -6 -18 1,474 3,736

PASS 3,756 671 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 39 11 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4,478 2,552

TOTAL 3,659 705 565 446 182 136 75 49 46 39 26 25 11 10 5 1 -1 -3 -6 -18 5,952 6,288

AVG/G 332.6 141.0 47.1 44.6 15.2 15.1 6.2 5.4 15.3 7.8 26.0 1.9 0.9 0.8 1.7 0.5 -0.1 -0.2 -0.7 -2.2 457.8 483.7

BK 0 1 1 0


2017 IN REVIEW

2017 DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Player Kenny Young-lb Adarius Pickett-db Jaleel Wadood-db Nate Meadors-db Keisean Lucier-South-lb Jacob Tuioti-Mariner-dl Krys Barnes-lb Chigozie Nnoruka-dl Darnay Holmes-db Rick Wade-dl Octavius Spencer-db Boss Tagaloa-dl Josh Woods-lb Jaelan Phillips-dl Matt Dickerson-dl Marcus Moore-dl Lokeni Toailoa-lb Mo Osling-db Mossi Johnson-db Will Lockett-db Osa Odighizuwa-dl Colin Samuel-db Greg Rogers-dl Denzel Fisher-db DeChaun Holiday-lb Quentin Lake-db Ainuu Taua-dl Brandon Burton-lb Leni Toailoa-lb Martin Andrus-dl TEAM Keyon Riley-db Rahyme Johnson-lb Mique Juarez-lb Breland Brandt-lb Michael Alves-ol Josh Wariboko-Alali-ol Najee Toran-ol Nick Terry-dl Johnny Den Bleyker-ls Damian Alloway-wr Demetric Felton-rb Eldridge Massington-wr Nate Starks-rb Caleb Wilson-te Kolton Miller-ol Josh Rosen-qb Jordan Lasley-wr Total Opponents

G 12 13 11 13 13 13 10 13 13 11 13 12 7 7 7 13 11 13 13 12 13 13 7 7 6 9 8 11 10 11 8 2 6 12 3 13 10 13 6 13 3 12 13 3 5 13 11 9 13 13

UT 77 63 65 39 27 42 35 35 29 21 24 21 23 16 15 13 12 17 13 6 10 6 9 8 6 7 7 6 5 3 5 1 4 1 2 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 684 616

AT 33 22 14 16 26 10 15 14 10 12 8 11 7 5 6 7 6 1 4 9 5 5 2 2 3 1 0 0 1 2 0 3 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 266 196

TFL/ Yds 8.5-26 4.0-4 2.0-8 2.0-2 5.5-26 9.5-29 1.0-1 8.5-25 1.0-1 5.0-18 0.0-0 2.5-6 3.5-7 7.0-38 1.0-1 5.5-20 1.0-4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 5.5-20 0.0-0 2.0-4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 2.0-6 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 77-246 84-358

TT 110 85 79 55 53 52 50 49 39 33 32 32 30 21 21 20 18 18 17 15 15 11 11 10 9 8 7 6 6 5 5 4 4 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 950 812

Sks/ Yds INT 1.0-9 0 0.0-0 1 0.0-0 1 1.0-1 1 1.0-9 0 7.5-22 0 0.0-0 0 2.0-9 0 0.0-0 3 1.0-9 0 0.0-0 1 1.0-2 0 1.0-2 0 3.5-28 0 0.0-0 0 1.0-6 0 0.0-0 0 0.0-0 0 0.0-0 0 0.0-0 0 1.0-10 0 0.0-0 1 0.0-0 0 0.0-0 0 0.0-0 0 0.0-0 0 0.0-0 0 0.0-0 0 0.0-0 0 0.0-0 0 1.0-5 0 0.0-0 0 0.0-0 0 0.0-0 0 0.0-0 0 0.0-0 0 0.0-0 0 0.0-0 0 0.0-0 0 0.0-0 0 0.0-0 0 0.0-0 0 0.0-0 0 0.0-0 0 0.0-0 0 0.0-0 0 0.0-0 0 0.0-0 0 22-112 8-82 29-221 10-212

PB 3 3 3 9 2 1 0 0 3 0 4 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 41 59

QBH FR 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 5-51 12 12-35

FF 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 15

BK 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2

SAF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Nate Meadors

Keisean Lucier-South

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

2017 GAME-BY-GAME TEAM STATISTICS UCLA Offense Game Texas A&M Hawai'i at Memphis at Stanford Colorado at Arizona Oregon at Washington at Utah Arizona State at USC Cal Kansas State (Cactus Bowl)

Rushing TC-YDS-TD-LG 25-63-2-17 26-132-2-25 35-170-2-36 15-115-1-49 35-95-2-16 38-190-4-47 37-142-2-22 28-62-0-11 32-134-0-20 32-153-3-39 31-80-0-21 37-69-1-37 25-69-0-11

Passing PC-PA-I-YDS-TD-LG 35-59-0-491-4-54 24-29-0-373-5-39 34-56-2-463-4-65 40-60-2-480-3-48 28-45-1-372-1-46 20-34-3-219-0-32 21-36-0-266-2-49 19-33-0-170-2-21 11-16-0-115-2-42 26-46-1-420-1-59 32-52-1-421-3-43 27-36-0-393-2-41 21-34-0-295-2-70

UCLA Defense Total Offense Plays-YDS-TD 84-554-6 55-505-7 91-633-6 75-595-4 80-467-3 72-409-4 73-408-4 61-232-2 48-249-2 78-573-4 83-501-3 73-462-3 59-364-2

Rushing TC-YDS-TD-LG 63-382-5-72 42-281-1-66 37-162-0-80 45-405-5-69 38-191-1-37 61-457-4-71 62-246-2-25 58-333-5-37 50-272-2-20 61-294-2-22 41-153-3-23 42-216-1-29 49-344-4-68

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Passing PC-PA-I-YDS-TD-LG 9-30-0-89-0-15 24-39-1-234-2-37 23-38-2-398-6-47 16-24-0-148-2-22 17-38-0-243-1-42 9-13-0-148-1-53 8-15-1-74-0-22 9-12-1-109-0-35 15-22-0-234-4-75 21-37-1-290-1-47 17-28-1-264-0-29 25-41-0-242-1-21 10-17-1-79-1-18

Total Offense Plays-YDS-TD 93-471-5 81-515-3 76-560-6 69-553-7 76-434-2 74-605-5 77-320-2 70-442-5 72-506-6 98-584-3 69-417-3 83-458-2 66-423-5


2017 IN REVIEW

2017 GAME-BY-GAME PASSING Game Texas A&M Hawai'i at Memphis at Stanford Colorado at Arizona Oregon at Washington at Utah Arizona State at USC Cal Kansas State

Rosen PA-PC-I-Yds-TD 59-35-0-491-4 25-22-0-329-5 56-34-2-463-4 60-40-2-480-3 45-28-1-372-1 34-20-3-219-0 36-21-0-266-2 21-12-0-93-1 dnp 46-26-1-420-1 52-32-1-421-3 18-13-0-202-2 dnp

Modster PA-PC-I-Yds-TD dnp 3-1-0-5-0 dnp dnp dnp dnp dnp 12-7-0-77-1 12-8-0-103-1 dnp dnp 18-14-0-191-0 34-21-0-295-2

Lynch PA-PC-I-Yds-TD dnp dnp dnp dnp dnp dnp dnp dnp 3-2-0-11-0 dnp dnp dnp dnp

Josh Rosen

2017 GAME-BY-GAME RUSHING Game Texas A&M Hawai'i at Memphis at Stanford Colorado at Arizona Oregon at Washington at Utah Arizona State at USC Cal Kansas State

Felton TC-Yds-TD dnp 3-37-0 1-(-3)-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-20-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-21-0

Jamabo TC-Yds-TD 7-46-1 dnp dnp 12-100-1 21-70-1 8-33-1 15-66-1 9-28-0 dnp 3-19-1 9-62-0 4-23-0 2-(-1)-0

Modster TC-Yds-TD dnp 11-71-0 dnp dnp dnp dnp dnp 1-9-0 3-7-0 dnp dnp 3-5-0 2-19-0

Olorunfunmi TC-Yds-TD 10-31-0 6-32-1 13-77-0 dnp 1-(-2)-0 10-102-2 13-76-1 5-26-0 16-63-0 15-79-1 13-56-0 3-2-0 12-23-0

J. Starks TC-Yds-TD 1-2-1 3-12-0 6-20-1 0-0-0 6-12-0 10-63-1 dnp dnp 6-15-0 3-14-0 0-0-0 dnp dnp

N. Starks TC-Yds-TD dnp 7-42-0 3-4-0 dnp 0-0-0 dnp dnp dnp dnp dnp dnp dnp dnp

Stephens TC-Yds-TD dnp 3-28-0 4-32-0 0-0-0 1-6-0 2-2-0 4-12-0 7-18-0 0-0-0 2-1-0 1-1-0 20-83-1 2-(-1)-0

Rosen TC-Yds-TD 5-(-14)-0 2-(-17)-0 7-32-1 3-15-0 5-7-0 6-(-35)-0 2-(-11)-0 6-(-19)-0 dnp 4-13-1 5-(-34)-0 5-(-34)-0 dnp

2017 GAME-BY-GAME RECEIVING Game Texas A&M Hawai'i at Memphis at Stanford Colorado at Arizona Oregon at Washington at Utah Arizona State at USC Cal Kansas State Game Texas A&M Hawai'i at Memphis at Stanford Colorado at Arizona Oregon at Washington at Utah Arizona State at USC Cal Kansas State

Alloway PC-Yds-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 dnp dnp dnp dnp dnp dnp dnp 0-0-0 dnp dnp dnp

Andrews PC-Yds-TD 12-142-2 4-92-3 10-175-1 6-48-1 8-96-0 4-37-0 5-44-1 8-73-1 3-66-1 dnp dnp dnp dnp

Felton PC-Yds-TD dnp 0-0-0 2-(-2)-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

Howard PC-Yds-TD 2-32-1 7-110-1 4-33-0 4-26-0 1-5-0 3-17-0 5-60-0 2-13-0 3-37-0 2-28-0 11-81-0 4-33-1 8-119-1

Jamabo PC-Yds-TD 1-10-0 dnp dnp 3-41-0 2-11-0 4-53-0 1-8-0 0-0-0 dnp 1-(-4)-0 2-41-0 2-38-0 1-6-0

Lasley PC-Yds-TD 4-100-1 dnp 4-62-1 11-158-1 7-146-0 6-77-0 dnp dnp dnp 7-162-1 10-204-3 12-227-1 8-128-1

Massington PC-Yds-TD 0-0-0 2-21-0 0-0-0 2-24-1 1-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-5-1 1-39-0 0-0-0 2-22-0 0-0-0

Olorunfunmi PC-Yds-TD 0-0-0 1-(-1)-0 2-8-0 dnp 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-12-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-79-0 1-7-0 0-0-0 2-13-0

Pabico PC-Yds-TD 0-0-0 3-47-0 1-22-0 1-27-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-99-1 3-36-0 0-0-0 2-17-0 1-12-0 2-9-0 1-11-0

Roberts PC-Yds-TD 1-(-1)-0 0-0-0 2-28-1 1-8-0 2-42-1 1-28-0 0-0-0 dnp 0-0-0 6-45-0 6-70-0 dnp dnp

Robinson-Carr PC-Yds-TD dnp dnp dnp dnp dnp 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 dnp dnp 1-4-0 0-0-0

Van Dyke PC-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 1-6-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

C. Wilson PC-Yds-TD 15-208-0 3-31-1 3-41-0 11-145-0 6-65-0 dnp dnp dnp dnp dnp dnp dnp dnp

J. Wilson PC-Yds-TD dnp 0-0-0 1-5-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-43-0 4-38-1 2-10-0 2-10-0 1-6-0 1-25-0 1-18-0

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2017 IN REVIEW

2017 GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSE Game Texas A&M Hawai'i at Memphis at Stanford Colorado at Arizona Oregon at Washington at Utah Arizona State at USC Cal Kansas State Game Texas A&M Hawai'i at Memphis at Stanford Colorado at Arizona Oregon at Washington at Utah Arizona State at USC Cal Kansas State Game Texas A&M Hawai'i at Memphis at Stanford Colorado at Arizona Oregon at Washington at Utah Arizona State at USC Cal Kansas State Game Texas A&M Hawai'i at Memphis at Stanford Colorado at Arizona Oregon at Washington at Utah Arizona State at USC Cal Kansas State

Andrus UT-AT-TT dnp 2-0-2 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 dnp 0-0-0

Barnes PT-AT-TT 0-0-0 7-5-12 4-2-6 2-1-3 1-1-2 1-0-0 dnp 7-0-7 1-4-5 11-1-12 1-1-2 dnp dnp

B. Burton PT-AT-TT 0-0-0 2-0-2 1-1-2 1-0-1 dnp dnp 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-0-0

Dickerson PT-AT-TT 5-0-5 2-0-2 2-0-2 0-5-5 0-0-0 5-0-5 1-1-2 dnp dnp dnp dnp dnp dnp

Fisher PT-AT-TT dnp 0-2-2 3-0-3 1-0-1 2-0-2 dnp dnp 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 dnp dnp dnp

Holmes PT-AT-TT 2-3-5 3-1-4 2-0-2 2-2-4 1-0-1 1-0-1 3-1-4 4-3-7 3-0-3 1-0-1 1-0-1 4-0-4 2-0-2

Juarez UT-AT-TT 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 dnp 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

Lake PT-AT-TT dnp dnp dnp dnp 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-0-3 0-0-0 2-1-3 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0

Lockett PT-AT-TT 0-1-1 0-5-5 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-1-2 0-1-1 2-1-3 dnp

Lucier-South PT-AT-TT 4-1-5 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-1-1 2-2-4 1-2-3 1-2-3 3-6-9 4-5-9 0-1-1 2-4-6 6-2-8 3-0-3

Meadors PT-AT-TT 3-1-4 2-0-2 6-1-7 3-3-6 2-0-2 1-0-1 3-3-6 1-0-1 1-3-4 5-2-7 7-1-8 2-2-4 3-0-3

M. Moore PT-AT-TT 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 4-1-5 3-3-6 2-1-3 1-1-2 0-1-1 0-0-0 2-0-2

Odighizuwa UT-AT-TT 0-0-0 2-0-2 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-2-5 1-1-2 1-2-3 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-0-2 Le. Toailoa UT-AT-TT 2-0-2 0-0-0 1-0-1 2-0-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 dnp dnp 0-0-0 dnp

Osling PT-AT-TT 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-0-2 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 3-0-3 2-0-2 1-0-1 0-0-0 2-1-3 4-0-4 Lok. Toailoa PT-AT-TT 2-1-3 3-2-5 2-1-3 1-0-1 dnp 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-1-1 0-1-1 dnp 0-0-0 1-0-1

Phillips PT-AT-TT 4-1-5 4-0-4 3-1-4 dnp dnp dnp 4-0-4 0-0-0 0-3-3 dnp dnp 1-0-1 dnp

Pickett PT-AT-TT 9-2-11 4-0-4 1-1-2 2-1-3 7-0-7 7-1-8 6-3-9 4-1-5 5-5-10 7-3-10 2-2-4 5-3-8 4-0-4 Tuioti-Mariner PT-AT-TT 4-1-5 2-0-2 2-0-2 0-1-1 2-1-3 4-0-4 1-1-2 4-0-4 2-4-6 9-1-10 5-1-6 3-0-3 4-0-4

Rogers PT-AT-TT dnp dnp dnp dnp dnp dnp 0-0-0 2-0-2 3-1-4 1-1-2 0-0-0 1-0-1 2-0-2 Wade PT-AT-TT 4-1-5 1-0-1 3-0-3 0-7-7 2-0-2 1-0-1 dnp dnp 0-0-0 2-2-4 4-2-6 1-1-2 3-0-3

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Samuel PT-AT-TT 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-2-5 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 Wadood PT-AT-TT 6-2-8 2-1-3 dnp 6-5-11 7-1-8 8-2-10 9-1-10 6-1-7 4-0-4 dnp 4-0-4 4-1-5 9-0-9

Spencer PT-AT-TT 3-2-5 3-1-4 3-1-4 1-2-3 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-1-2 4-0-4 3-1-4 3-0-3 1-0-1 Woods PT-AT-TT 4-1-5 5-0-5 4-0-4 3-4-7 2-1-3 4-1-5 1-0-1 dnp dnp dnp dnp dnp dnp

M. Johnson PT-AT-TT 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-0-1 2-1-3 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 5-2-7 1-0-1 1-0-1 1-0-1 Nnoruka PT-AT-TT 2-0-2 2-0-2 4-0-4 0-3-3 1-1-2 4-0-4 4-1-5 2-2-4 2-3-5 6-2-8 2-2-4 3-0-3 3-0-3 Tagaloa PT-AT-TT 1-0-1 dnp 0-0-0 2-0-2 1-1-2 6-0-6 2-0-2 1-0-1 0-6-6 2-4-6 2-0-2 2-0-2 2-0-2 Young PT-AT-TT 1-1-2 1-0-1 dnp 6-6-12 9-3-12 10-0-10 5-7-12 5-3-8 7-5-12 6-2-8 6-3-9 12-3-15 9-0-9


2017 IN REVIEW

2017 GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS OFFENSE OPPONENT

WR

OT

OG

C

OG

OT

WR/FB/TE

QB

TE

RB

WR

Texas A&M

Lasley

Miller

Toran

Quessenberry

Alves

James

Andrews (WR)

Rosen

C. Wilson

Olorunfunmi

Howard

Hawai'i

Andrews

Miller

Toran

Quessenberry

Alves

James

Gentosi (FB)

Rosen

C. Wilson

N. Starks

Howard

at Memphis

Lasley

Miller

Toran

Quessenberry

Alves

James

Andrews (WR)

Rosen

C. Wilson

Felton (WR)

Howard

at Stanford

Lasley

Miller

Toran

Quessenberry

Alves

James

Andrews (WR)

Rosen

C. Wilson

Jamabo

Howard

Colorado

Lasley

Miller

Toran

Quessenberry

Alves

James

Gentosi (FB)

Rosen

C. Wilson

Jamabo

Andrews

at Arizona

Lasley

Miller

Toran

Quessenberry

Alves

James

Gentosi (FB)

Rosen

Roberts

Jamabo

Andrews

Oregon

J. Wilson (TE)

Miller

Toran

Quessenberry

Alves

James

Gentosi (FB)

Rosen

Roberts

Jamabo

Andrews

at Wash.

Andrews

Miller

Toran

Quessenberry

Alves

James

Pabico (WR)

Rosen

J. Wilson

Jamabo

Howard

at Utah

Andrews

Miller

Toran

Quessenberry

Alves

James

Gentosi (FB)

Modster

J. Wilson

Olorunfunmi

Howard

Arizona St.

Massington

Miller

Toran

Quessenberry

Alves

James

Felton (WR)

Rosen

Van Dyke

Olorunfunmi

Howard

at USC

Lasley

Miller

Toran

Quessenberry

Alves

James

Roberts (TE)

Rosen

J. Wilson

Olorunfunmi

Howard

Cal

Lasley

Miller

Toran

Quessenberry

Alves

James

Robinson-Carr (TE)

Rosen

J. Wilson

Jamabo

Howard

Kansas St.

Lasley

Miller

Toran

Quessenberry

Alves

James

Gentosi (FB)

Modster

J. Wilson

Olorunfunmi

Howard

DEFENSE OPPONENT

DL

DL

DL

DL

LB

LB/DB

LB

DB

DB

DB

DB

Texas A&M

Phillips

Tagaloa

Dickerson

Tuioti-Mariner

Young

Spencer (DB)

Woods

Holmes

Wadood

Pickett

Meadors

Hawai'i

Phillips

Terry

Dickerson

Tuioti-Mariner

Young

Lok. Toailoa

Woods

Holmes

Wadood

Pickett

Meadors

at Memphis

Phillips

Nnoruka

Dickerson

Tuioti-Mariner

Barnes

Lok. Toailoa

Lucier-South

Holmes

Spencer

Lockett

Meadors

at Stanford

Wade

Nnoruka

Dickerson

Tuioti-Mariner

Young

Barnes

Woods

Holmes

Wadood

Pickett

Meadors

Colorado

Wade

Nnoruka

Dickerson

Tuioti-Mariner

Young

Barnes

Woods

Holmes

Wadood

Pickett

Meadors

at Arizona

Lucier-South

Nnoruka

Dickerson

Tuioti-Mariner

Young

Barnes

Woods

Holmes

Wadood

Pickett

Meadors

Oregon

Phillips

Tagaloa

Dickerson

Tuioti-Mariner

Young

Holiday

Woods

Holmes

Wadood

Pickett

Meadors

at Wash.

Moore

Nnoruka

Tagaloa

Tuioti-Mariner

Young

Barnes

Lucier-South

Holmes

Wadood

Pickett

Meadors

at Utah

Moore

Nnoruka

Tagaloa

Tuioti-Mariner

Young

Barnes

Lucier-South

Holmes

Wadood

Pickett

Meadors

Arizona St.

Moore

Nnoruka

Tagaloa

Tuioti-Mariner

Young

Barnes

Lucier-South

Samuel

M. Johnson

Pickett

Meadors

at USC

Wade

Nnoruka

Tagaloa

Tuioti-Mariner

Young

Barnes

Lucier-South

Holmes

Samuel

Pickett

Meadors

Cal

Wade

Nnoruka

Tagaloa

Tuioti-Mariner

Young

Spencer (DB)

Lucier-South

Samuel

Wadood

Pickett

Meadors

Kansas St.

Wade

Nnoruka

Tagaloa

Tuioti-Mariner

Young

Lok. Toailoa

Lucier-South

Holmes

Wadood

Pickett

Meadors

2017 INDIVIDUAL HONORS OG MICHAEL ALVES

WR CHRISTIAN PABICO

Academic All-Conference - Honorable Mention

Academic All-Conference - Honorable Mention

WR DARREN ANDREWS

C SCOTT QUESSENBERRY

All-Conference - 2nd team (Phil Steele), Honorable Mention (Coaches)

All-Conference - 3rd team (Phil Steele), Honorable Mention (Coaches)

LS JOHNNY DEN BLEYKER

QB JOSH ROSEN

Academic All-Conference - Honorable Mention

All-Conference - 2nd team (Coaches, Phil Steele) Academic All-Conference - Honorable Mention

FB GIOVANNI GENTOSI Academic All-Conference - Honorable Mention

KR DARNAY HOLMES All-Conference - 3rd team (Phil Steele)

WR THEO HOWARD Academic All-Conference - Honorable Mention

WR JORDAN LASLEY All-Conference - 2nd team (Phil Steele), Honorable Mention (Coaches)

DB NATE MEADORS Academic All-Conference - Honorable Mention

OT KOLTON MILLER

OG NAJEE TORAN All-Conference - Honorable Mention (Coaches)

DL JACOB TUIOTI-MARINER All-Conference – 3rd team (Phil Steele), Honorable Mention (Coaches)

DB JALEEL WADOOD All-Conference - 2nd team (Phil Steele, Coaches)

TE JORDAN WILSON Academic All-Conference - Honorable Mention

LB JOSH WOODS Academic All-Conference - 2nd team

All-Conference - 2nd team (Coaches, Phil Steele)

LB KENNY YOUNG

DL MARCUS MOORE

All-Conference - 1st team (Coaches, Phil Steele) Academic All-Conference - Honorable Mention

Academic All-Conference - Honorable Mention

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Jacob Tuioti-Mariner


2017 IN REVIEW

2017 PAC-12 CONFERENCE FINAL STANDINGS Pac-12 Games

All Games

NORTH Stanford Washington Washington State Oregon California Oregon State

W 7 7 6 4 2 0

L 2 2 3 5 7 9

Pct. .778 .778 .667 .444 .222 .000

Pts. 271 302 254 272 238 172

Opp. 201 137 242 270 275 378

W 9 10 9 7 5 1

L 5 3 4 6 7 11

Pct .643 .769 .692 .538 .417 .083

Pts. 453 471 394 468 333 248

Opp. 318 209 335 377 341 516

SOUTH USC Arizona State Arizona UCLA Utah Colorado

W 8 6 5 4 3 2

L 1 3 4 5 6 7

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

Pts. 328 281 361 259 244 222

Opp. 210 262 350 326 242 311

W 11 7 7 6 7 5

L 3 6 6 7 6 7

Pct .786 .538 .538 .462 .538 .417

Pts. 456 414 537 422 384 317

Opp. 366 427 447 476 301 338

2017 ALL-PAC-12 CONFERENCE HONORS

Kolton Miller

OFFENSE First Team

Second Team

QB - Sam Darnold, R-So., USC RB - Ronald Jones II, Jr., USC RB - Bryce Love, Jr., Stanford WR - N'Keal Harry, So., Arizona State WR - Dante Pettis, Sr., Washington TE - Dalton Schultz, Sr., Stanford OL - Tyrell Crosby, Sr., Oregon OL - Nate Herbig, So., Stanford OL - Kaleb McGary, Jr., Washington OL - Cody O'Connell, R-Sr., Washington State OL - Coleman Shelton, Sr, Washington

QB - Josh Rosen, Jr., UCLA RB - Royce Freeman, Sr., Oregon RB - Myles Gaskin, Jr., Washington WR - Deontay Burnett, Jr., USC WR - Darren Carrington II, Sr., Utah TE - Wil Dissly, Sr., Washington OL - David Bright, R-Sr., Stanford OL - Toa Lobendahn, R-Jr., USC OL - Cole Madison, R-Sr., Washington State OL - Salesi Uhatafe, Sr., Utah OL - Kolton Miller, R-Jr., UCLA

DEFENSE First Team

Second Team

DL - Rasheem Green, Jr., USC DL - Hercules Mata'afa, R-Jr.,Washington St. DL - Harrison Phillips, Sr., Stanford DL - Vita Vea, Jr., Washington LB - Uchenna Nwosu, Sr., USC LB - Cameron Smith, Jr., USC LB - Kenny Young, Sr., UCLA DB - Isaiah Oliver, Jr., Colorado DB - Taylor Rapp, So., Washington DB - Justin Reid, Jr., Stanford DB - Marvell Tell, Jr., USC

DL - Greg Gaines, Jr., Washington DL - Jalen Jelks, R-Jr., Oregon DL - Christian Rector, R-So., USC DL - JoJo Wicker, Jr., Arizona State LB - Keishawn Bierra, Sr., Washington LB - Ben Burr-Kirven, Jr., Washington LB - Tony Dye, So., Oregon DB - Chase Lucas, R-Fr., Arizona State DB - Julian Blackmon, So., Utah DB - Jojo McIntosh, Jr., Washington DB - Quenton Meeks, Jr., Stanford DB - Jalen Thompson, So., Washington State DB - Jaleel Wadood, Sr., UCLA

Kenny Young (42) and Jaleel Wadood (4)

SPECIAL TEAMS First Team

Second Team

PK - Matt Gay, Jr., Utah P - Mitch Wishnowsky, Jr., Utah RS - Dante Pettis, Sr., Washington AP/ST - Brenden Schooler, So., Oregon Michael Pittman Jr., So., USC

PK - Erik Powell, R-Sr., Washington State P - Jake Bailey, Jr., Stanford RS - Boobie Hobbs, Sr., Utah AP/ST - Matt Lopes, R-Sr., USC

HONORABLE MENTION UCLA: WR Darren Andrews, WR Jordan Lasley, OL Scott Quessenberry, OL Najee Toran, DL Jacob Tuioti-Mariner

ADDITIONAL HONORS Offensive Player of the Year: Bryce Love, Jr., RB, Stanford Pat Tillman Defensive Player of the Year: Vita Vea, Jr., DL, Washington Freshman Offensive Player of the Year: J.J. Taylor, RB, Arizona and Walker Little, OL, Stanford Defensive Freshman of the Year: Colin Schooler, LB, Arizona Coach of the Year: David Shaw, Stanford Scholar-Athlete of the Year: Matt Anderson, PK, California

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2017 GAME RECAPS GAME ONE: UCLA 45, Texas A&M 44 Sept. 3 - Rose Bowl PASADENA, Calif. (AP) -- Josh Rosen faked to spike the ball to stop the clock and instead threw a 10-yard touchdown pass to Jordan Lasley with 43 seconds remaining and UCLA overcame a 34-point deficit to stun Texas A&M 45-44 on the first Sunday college football game ever played at the Rose Bowl. Rosen was 35 of 59 for 491 yards on the night and four fourth-quarter touchdowns. He threw for 292 yards and the four scoring passes all in the final 15 minutes to overcome a 27-point margin. “My career at UCLA, we’ve had a lot of times where the chips didn’t fall in our favor, and I think it’s time that finally it did,” Rosen said. UCLA scored touchdowns on five straight possessions after trailing 4410 with 4:08 to play in the third quarter. Rosen threw scoring passes of 9 and 42 yards to Darren Andrews before finding Theo Howard for a 16-yard score on a broken play with 3:08 remaining.

UCLA 28 25/63 491 35/59/0 84/554 3/3 7/56 23:38 6/16 6/40 6/6

Top Individuals Rushing - Jamabo (U) 7-46, Olorunfunmi (U) 10-31, Rosen 5-(-14); Williams (T) 22-203, Ford (T) 18-114; Receiving - C. Wilson (U) 15-207, Andrews (U) 12-143, Lasley (U) 4-100, Howard (U) 2-32; Kirk (T) 5-60, Ausbon (T) 3-15; Passing Rosen (U) 35-59-0-491-4; Starkel (T) 6-13-0-62-0, Mond (T) 3-17-0-27-0; Tackles - Pickett (U) 11, Wadood (U) 8, Dickerson (U) 5, Tuioti-Mariner (U) 5, Woods (U) 5, Phillips (U) 5, Wade (U) 5, Lucier-South (U) 5, Spencer (U) 5, Holmes (U) 5; Interceptions - none.

GAME TWO: UCLA 56, Hawai’i 23 Sept. 9 - Rose Bowl

UCLA got the ball back with 2:39 to go and drove 66 yards in 10 plays, including an 11-yard throw and catch to tight end Caleb Wilson. Rosen capped the remarkable comeback with a fade to the far corner of the end zone after faking the spike. JJ Molson kicked the winning extra point. “We were an inch away from losing that game probably 10 times,” said Rosen, who threw for the third-most yards in a game in school history. “I mean, for God’s sakes, I mean, that field goal would have put us out, and we just had an incredible surge and effort just to put probably a centimeter of a finger on the ball. I mean, the things that had to go right to win this game were incredible.” Texas A&M quarterback Kellen Mond was stopped short of the firstdown marker on a scramble with 20 seconds left to close out the biggest FBS comeback since 2006. “It was a lot of fun, huh? Glad you stuck around?” UCLA coach Jim Mora said. “We knew that this was not going to be an easy game, but we didn’t know we were going to be down 28 points at halftime. I was just so impressed by the way that they managed their emotions at halftime and then coming back in the second half.” Wilson had a school-record 15 receptions for 207 yards, and Andrews added 12 catches for 143 yards. Rosen’s 491 yard passing effort was the third-highest in school history and tied him with Cade McNown for the most 300-yard passing games in school history with 11.

UCLA vs. Texas A&M - Sept. 3, 2017 Scoring Texas A&M 17 21 6 0 UCLA 3 7 7 28 Weather: Partly Cloudy (88º) / Attn.: 64,635

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First Quarter 11:09 UCLA - Molson, JJ 29 yd field goal, 13-53 3:51 6:41 A&M - Keith Ford 5 yd run (Daniel LaCamera kick), 12-75 4:28 5:11 A&M - LaCamera 19 yd field goal, 4-2 0:38 4:04 A&M - Trayveon Williams 2 yd run (LaCamera kick), 3-20 0:56

Second Quarter 11:38 A&M - Ford 2 yd run (LaCamera kick), 7-99 3:07 4:11 A&M - Ford 1 yd run (LaCamera kick), 11-56 4:07 3:00 UCLA - Jalen Starks 2 yd run (Molson kick), 4-67 1:06 2:40 A&M - T. Williams 61 yd run (LaCamera kick), 1-61 0:11

Third Quarter 9:57 A&M - LaCamera 32 yd field goal, 6-23 2:31 4:08 A&M - LaCamera 48 yd field goal, 12-41 4:24 2:06 UCLA - Soso Jamabo 6 yd run (Molson kick), 8-75 2:02

Fourth Quarter 13:22 UCLA - Darren Andrews 9 yd pass from Josh Rosen (Molson kick), 8-85 2:04 8:12 UCLA - Andrews 42 yd pass from Rosen (Molson kick), 5-96 1:06 3:10 UCLA - Theo Howard 16 yd pass from Rosen (Molson kick), 8-74 1:31 0:43 UCLA - Jordan Lasley 10 yd pass from Rosen (Molson kick), 10-66 1:56

TAMU 23 63/382 89 9/30/0 93/471 0/0 5/39 36:22 9/21 3/25 6/7

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

PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — Josh Rosen was 22-for-25 for 329 yards passing and found Darren Andrews for three of his career-high five touchdown passes as UCLA defeated Hawaii 56-23 on Saturday. With the 329-yard performance, Rosen moved past Cade McNown and into sole possession of the UCLA record for most 300-yard passing games in a career with 12. The five scoring passes were the most by a Bruin quarterback since Ben Olson tossed five in a 2007 win over Stanford. Andrews became the first UCLA receiver to haul in three scoring passes in a game since Marcedes Lewis caught three in a 2004 game versus Arizona. Theo Howard, who finished with seven catches, had his first career 100-yard game (110). Howard and Caleb Wilson each caught a touchdown pass. Demetric Felton and Bolu Olorunfunmi each had 1-yard touchdown runs for the Bruins, who have scored touchdowns on 12 of 14 possessions with Rosen at quarterback dating back to the third quarter of their 45-44 comeback win over Texas A&M on Sunday. UH’s Dru Brown threw for 227 yards, with a 4-yard touchdown pass to Diocemy Saint Juste and a 2-yard score to John Ursua, as Hawaii saw its winning streak end at five games. Brown also threw an interception that was returned 30 yards for a touchdown by UCLA freshman cornerback Darnay Holmes.

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First Quarter 6:43 UCLA - Darren Andrews 25-yd pass from Josh Rosen (JJ Molson kick), 7-99 3:21 1:16 UCLA - Theo Howard 26-yd pass from Rosen (Molson kick), 7-68 2:01

Second Quarter 11:52 UH - D. Saint Juste 4-yd pass from Dru Brown (Trifonovitch kick) 11-75 4:24 7:00 UCLA - Demetric Felton 1-yd run (Molson kick) 10-73 4:46 2:41 UCLA - Andrews 9-yd pass from Rosen (Molson kick) 4-48 1:05 2:34 UCLA - Darnay Holmes 30-yd interception return (Molson kick)

Third Quarter 13:03 UCLA - Andrews 34-yd pass from Rosen (Molson kick) 6-73 1:50 7:01 UH - John Ursua 2-yd pass from Brown (Trifonovitch kick) 1379 5:56 4:49 UCLA - Bolu Olorunfunmi 1-yd run (Molson kick) 6-41 2:04

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Fourth Quarter 11:40 UCLA - Caleb Wilson 2-yd pass from Rosen (Molson kick) 7-89 3:13 7:38 UH - Safety, Kaimana Padello tackled Devon Modster in end zone 5:44 UH - McDonald, Cole 8-yd run (Trifonovitch kick) 4-75 1:54 UCLA 25 26/132 505 24/29/0 55/505 1/0 10/83 23:55 7/9 1/10 4/4

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

UH 25 42/281 234 24/39/1 81/515 0/0 8/80 36:05 8/16 3/23 3/4

Top Individuals Rushing - N. Starks (U) 7-42, Felton (U) 3-37, Olorunfunmi (U) 6-32, Rosen 2-(-17); Saint Juste (H) 27-154, McDonald (H) 3-75; Receiving - Howard (U) 7-110, Andrews (U) 4-92, N. Starks (U) 3-68, Pabico (U) 3-47, C. Wilson (U) 3-31; Ursua (H) 10-79; Passing - Rosen (U) 22-25-0-329-5, Modster (U) 1-3-0-0-5-0; Brown (H) 23-38-1-227-2; Tackles - Barnes (U) 12, Woods (U) 5, Lok. Toailoa (U) 5, Lockett (U); Interceptions - Holmes (U).

GAME THREE: UCLA 45, at Memphis 48 Sept. 16 - Memphis, Tenn. MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — UCLA came in after earning its first national ranking of the year, but the Memphis Tigers came away with the win. The Bruins’ fourth-quarter comeback was denied by the Tigers and Memphis beat the No. 25 Bruins 48-45 on Saturday. Memphis quarterback Riley Ferguson threw for 398 yards and six touchdowns, and Jacobi Francis broke up a late fourth-down pass attempt by Josh Rosen to lead Memphis. Francis’ breakup with 56 seconds left sent the Tigers faithful into celebration mode. Rosen finished 34 of 56 for 463 yards and four touchdowns for the Bruins. But there also were two key interceptions, one of which was returned for a touchdown and the other stopped a late Bruin drive. UCLA gave up big plays and turnovers, key ones that thwarted drives and led to Memphis scores, including a 60-yard interception return by linebacker Tim Hart in the third quarter. “There’s a formula for winning,” UCLA coach Jim Mora said. “You can’t turn the ball over, and you can’t give up explosive plays and we did both.” “I just made some stupid mistakes,” Rosen said. “I made about 10 points worth of really bad plays. ... I just can’t make really, really, silly mistakes like that. It’s just trying to play hero ball. It’s not needed. You’ve got to play within the system.” Both teams managed to answer the opponents’ scores through the game. Memphis held a couple of 10-point leads, but UCLA went ahead 45-41 on Rosen’s 22-yard pass to Austin Roberts with 11:51 left. Memphis responded with a four-play, 81-yard drive, the final 3 yards coming on Ferguson’s pass to Phil Mayhue with 9:56 left. From there, it was up to the Tigers’ defense, which despite giving up 633 yards, did not allow another touchdown. The Bruins did have a successful rushing attack against the Tigers, including Bolu Olorunfunmi gaining 77 yards on 13 carries. The Bruins finished with 170 yards rushing after gaining 195 on the ground in their first two games. Darren Andrews caught an NCAA-leading sixth touchdown pass of the season, a 65-yard catch-and-run. It was one of 10 catches on the day for Andrews who became the third Bruin to record two 10-catch games in a season.


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GAME FOUR: UCLA 34, Stanford 58 UCLA at Memphis - Sept. 16, 2017 Scoring UCLA 7 17 14 Memphis 7 20 14 Weather: Sunny (87º) / Attn.: 46,291

Sept. 23 - Stanford, Calif. 7 7

STANFORD, Calif. (AP) – In a game that saw each team surpass 500 yards of total offense, UCLA dropped its Pac-12 opener on the road to Stanford, 58-34. Bruin quarterback Josh Rosen passed for 480 yards, including a career-high 158 to Jordan Lasley and 145 to Caleb Wilson, while Soso Jamabo added a career-best 100 rushing yards. Bryce Love and the Cardinal rushing attack proved too strong, however, as the Pac-12’s leading runner ran for 263

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First Quarter 11:32 Mem - Joey Magnifico 2-yd pass from Riley Ferguson (Spencer Smith kick) 2-91 0:26 6:19 UCLA - Jalen Starks 7-yd run (JJ Molson kick) 5-50 1:56

Second Quarter 14:44 UCLA - Molson 33-yd field goal, 13-56 3:51 12:42 UCLA - Jordan Wilson 5-yd pass from Josh Rosen (Molson kick) 2-55 0:33 10:44 Mem - Patrick Taylor 47-yd pass from Ferguson (Riley Patterson kick failed) 3:48 Mem - Tony Pollard 42-yd pass from Ferguson (Smith kick), 6-95 1:53 1:22 UCLA - Rosen 1-yd run (Molson kick) 10-80 2:20 0:42 Mem - Anthony Miller 33-yd pass from Ferguson (Smith kick) 3-72 0:35

Third Quarter 11:03 Mem - Miller 12-yd pass from Ferguson (Smith kick) 10-75 3:57 10:16 UCLA - Darren Andrews 65-yd pass from Rosen (Molson kick) 2-64 0:44 6:58 Mem - Tim Hart 60-yd interception return (Patterson kick) 5:29 UCLA - Jordan Lasley 21-yd pass from Rosen (Molson kick) 5-52 1:23

Fourth Quarter 11:51 UCLA - Austin Roberts 22-yd pass from Rosen (Molson kick) 6-99 2:17 9:56 Mem - Phil Mayhue 3-yd pass from Ferguson (Patterson kick) 4-81 1:49 UCLA 31 35/170 463 34/56/2 91/633 1/1 10/99 31:53 8/17 2/8 4/5

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

MEMPHIS 26 37/162 398 23/39/2 76/560 1/1 11/109 28:07 3/12 1/10 3/4

Top Individuals Rushing - Olorunfunmi (U) 13-77, Rosen (U) 7-32, Stephens (U) 4-32, J. Starks (U) 6-20; Henderson (M) 14-105; Receiving - Andrews (U) 10-175, Lasley (U) 4-62, Howard (U) 4-33, C. Wilson (U) 3-41, J. Starks (U) 2-70; Miller (M) 9-185, Magnifico (M) 6-83; Passing - Rosen (U) 34-56-2-463-4; Ferguson (M) 23-38-1-398-6; Tackles - Meadors (U) 7, Barnes (U) 6, Nnoruka (U) 4, Woods (U) 4, Phillips (U) 4, Spencer (U) 4; Interceptions - Pickett (U), Spencer (U); Carter (M), Hart (M).

yards and a score. Beginning the initial drive of the game on its own 48-yard line after a big kickoff return, the Cardinal opened the scoring with a field goal. A muffed punt by the Cardinal’s Quenton Meeks was pounced on by the Bruins’ Johnny Den Bleyker at the Stanford 15 and J.J. Molson would eventually knot the game at 3-3 with a 27-yard answer. The teams would trade field goals before the Bruins finally broke through on their first full drive of the second frame. Rosen completed three consecutive passes, capped by a 48-yard strike to Lasley to reach the 12-yard line. Following his first incompletion of the stretch, Rosen hit Darren Andrews for the game’s first touchdown and the receiver’s seventh of the season. A Harrison Phillips block of a Molson 23-yard attempt shifted momentum in favor of the home Cardinal. Love runs of 27 and 32 yards keyed Stanford’s push to their first touchdown of the contest. The next Bruin drive would go three and out, as K.J. Costello, the Cardinal’s third quarterback of the game, took over and re-established the Stanford advantage with a nine-yard scoring run to provide a 20-13 lead. A Cardinal field goal just before the clock hit zeroes sent the game to the half with the Stanford leading 23-13. The Bruins came out firing in the second half, as Rosen completed five consecutive passes to get the Bruins to the Stanford 12. Three Jamabo runs from there led to a UCLA touchdown to cut its deficit to 23-20. With Stanford pinned on its own eight-yard line, the Bruins looked poised for another shift in momentum. A 22-yard Costello pass to JJ Arcega-Whiteside set up a 43-yard Connor Wedington run to nix those plans, and Costello then completed 15-yard pass to Trenton Irwin for the score. Down 30-20 near midfield, Christian Pabico had the ball stripped and recovered by the Cardinal defense, setting up a 4:49 scoring drive that culminated in a short scoring run to push the lead to 17. The Bruins would not go away, though, as two long passes to Lasley—including a 39-yarder for a score—put UCLA down by a 37-27 score with the fourth quarter nearing. A 6:18 drive ate into the clock and the Bruins’ hopes for a comeback, as Costello eventually found Dalton Schultz for a three-yard touchdown pass and a 44-27 lead. UCLA once again answered thanks to a Rosen strike to Eldridge Massington at 6:59 of the final quarter, but a twoplay, 70-yard Stanford drive—including a 69-yard Love scamper— buried the Bruins. “It’s an incredibly disappointing feeling for all of us,” UCLA coach Jim More said. “A lot of things were going right and then all of a sudden it goes wrong. I still believe great things will happen for us and they will.”

UCLA at Stanford - Sept. 23, 2017 Scoring UCLA 3 10 14 Stanford 6 17 14 Weather: Clear (68º) / Attn.: 48,042

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First Quarter 12:17 STAN - Jet Toner 34-yd field goal, 7-35 2:43 8:15 UCLA - JJ Molson 27-yd field goal, 4-5 0:57 0:53 STAN - Toner 32-yd field goal, 5-3 1:47

Second Quarter 14:12 UCLA - Molson 45-yd field goal, 6-47 1:41 11:23 UCLA - Darren Andrews 12-yd pass from Josh Rosen (Molson kick) 5-71 0:57 3:35 STAN - C. Scarlett 2-yd run (Toner kick) 7-80 2:57 0:55 STAN - KJ Costello 9-yd run (Toner kick) 5-62 1:54 0:00 STAN - Toner 39-yd field goal, 4-34 0:35

Third Quarter 11:51 UCLA - Soso Jamabo 3-yd run (Molson kick), 8-75 3:09

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8:26 STAN - T. Irwin 15-yd pass from Costello (Toner kick), 6-92 3:24 1:59 STAN - Scarlett 1-yd run (Toner kick), 8-42 4:43 0:19 UCLA - Jordan Lasley 39-yd pass from Rosen (Molson kick), 6-91 1:34

Fourth Quarter 8:52 STAN - Schultz 3-yd pass from Costello (Toner kick) 12-72 6:18 6:59 UCLA - Massington 15-yd pass from Rosen (Molson kick) 10-75 1:53 5:58 STAN - B. Love 69-yard run (Toner kick) 2-70 0:56 2:25 STAN - Scarlett 4-yd run (Toner kick) 4-72 2:05 UCLA 27 15/115 480 40/60/2 75/595 3/2 13/132 23:20 3/12 0/0 4/5

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

STAN 23 45/405 148 16/24/0 69/553 2/1 12/86 36:40 4/11 1/5 8/8


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GAME FIVE: UCLA 27, Colorado 23

GAME SIX: UCLA 30, Arizona 47

Sept. 30 - Rose Bowl

Oct. 14 - Tucson, Ariz.

PASADENA, Calif. (AP) – Josh Rosen completed 28 of 45 passes for 372 yards to lead UCLA past Colorado, 27-23, in a white-out game at the Rose Bowl Stadium on Saturday evening. UCLA claimed a 14-10 lead midway through the second quarter, pushed its advantage to 21-10 just after halftime and came away with the victory. Rosen threw for one touchdown, connecting with eight different receivers. Darren Andrews caught eight passes for 96 yards, while Jordan Lasley had seven receptions for 146 yards, his third 100-yard game of the season. On the defensive end, Kenny Young led all players with 12 tackles. Rosen, who has thrown for at least 300 yards in all five games this season, helped UCLA ice the contest in the game’s final seven minutes. He directed the Bruins’ offense during a 15-play drive that took over six minutes and concluded with JJ Molson kicking a 31-yard field goal at the 26-second mark in the final quarter. Trailing 27-23 in the game’s final seconds, Colorado moved the ball down to UCLA’s 37-yard line in two plays, but quarterback Steven Montez’s last-second heave sailed out of the end zone as time expired. UCLA’s 15-play drive in the final six minutes of the fourth quarter came after the Buffaloes had trimmed the Bruins’ margin to 24-23 on a 33-yard field goal at the 6:46 mark. The Bruins trailed twice in the first half, but secured the lead for good – 14-10, midway through the second quarter – after an eight-play, 75-yard drive. Jalen Starks capped off the the drive with a one-yard touchdown run. After forcing Colorado to punt the ball on a three-and-out at the start of the third quarter, UCLA used a five-play, 58-yard drive to establish a 21-10 advantage. Rosen’s 21-yard strike to Caleb Wilson put the Bruins on the Colorado three-yard line before Soso Jamabo punched it in from two yards out for his third touchdown of the season. The Buffaloes answered with a 10-play, 75-yard drive, capped by a two-yard rushing touchdown by Phili Lindsay. which cut UCLA’s advantage to 21-17. With fewer than two minutes to play in the third quarter, Colorado kicked another 33-yard field goal to slice the Bruins’ cushion to 21-20.

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Tucson, Ariz. (AP) - Arizona quarterback Khalil Tate rushed for 234 yards and two touchdowns and threw for another touchdown to lead the Wildcats to a 47-30 win over UCLA. Bruin running backs accounted for all four touchdowns, including two by Bolu Olorunfunmi, who rushed for a career-high 102 yards on 10 carries. Jalen Starks (career-high 63 yards) and Soso Jamabo (33) had the other two touchdowns. Untimely turnovers hurt the Bruins, who dropped to 3-3, 1-2 in the Pac-12. Quarterback Josh Rosen threw three interceptions, two in the red zone and a pick six. Arizona jumped out to a quick lead, taking just four plays to score after the opening kickoff. Tate ran it in from 45 yards out at 13:44 to put Arizona up 7-0. UCLA got on the board with 2:23 to play in the first quarter, as Starks ran it in from less than a yard out for his fourth touchdown of the year, trimming Arizona’s lead to 10-7. The Wildcats (4-2, 2-1) used a 53-yard pass from Tate to Shun Brown to quickly move down the field on their next possession, and Nick Wilson’s one-yard touchdown rush increased Arizona’s lead to 17-7 with 39 seconds remaining in the first. The Bruins were driving towards a score on their next possession, but an interception by Jace Whittaker in the red zone killed the drive. Whittaker struck again later in the quarter, to even more damaging results, intercepting Rosen again and returning it 42 yards for a 24-7 Arizona lead. UCLA’s running backs got the Bruins back to within 10 at 24-14, thanks to big gains by Starks, a second-effort two-yard gain on fourth-and-one by Olorunfunmi, and a Jamabo nine-yard touchdown run. However, Arizona drove 75 yards on its next possession, ending with a six-yard touchdown pass from Tate to Wilson with 11 seconds remaining for a 30-14 halftime advantage. Late in the third quarter, Olorunfunmi used two big gains of 24 and 47 yards to set up a four-yard touchdown run to cut Arizona’s lead to 33-22. But Tate used his speed once again to break another run on the next play, taking what was nearly a loss of yardage and turning it into a 71-yard touchdown run and 40-22 Wildcat lead. Arizona penalties helped the Bruins get down the field quickly on its next drive, culminating in Olorunfunmi’s second touchdown of the game, a one-yarder with 1:04 left in the third quarter. The Bruins were successful on the two-point conversion once again, trimming the lead to 40-30. Another big play, a 44-yard touchdown pass from Tate to Tony Ellison, got Arizona down to the six, and Wilson rushed it in to give the Wildcats the final score, 47-30.

First Quarter 4:34 COLO - Phillip Lindsay 21-yd pass from Steven Montez (James Stefanou kick), 10-63 4:15 8:15 UCLA - Austin Roberts 12-yd pass from Josh Rosen (JJ Molsonm kick), 9-75 3:25

Second Quarter 10:34 COLO - Stefanou 33-yd field goal, 5-47 2:25 7:36 UCLA - Jalen Starks 1-yd run (Molson kick), 8-75 2:58

Third Quarter

UCLA at Arizona - Oct. 14, 2017 Scoring UCLA 7 7 16 Arizona 17 13 10 Weather: Clear (86º) / Attn.: 48,380

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11:39 UCLA - Soso Jamabo 2-yd run (Molson kick), 5-58 1:28 6:59 COLO - Lindsay 2-yd run (Stefanou kick), 10-75 4:40 1:09 COLO - Stefanou 33-yd field goal, 16-62 4:28

13:44 ARIZ - Khalil Tate 45-yd run (Josh Pollack kick), 4-75 1:16 7:04 ARIZ - Pollack 36-yd field goal, 6-24 2:39 2:23 UCLA - Jalen Starks 1-yd run (JJ Molson kick), 13-75 4:41 0:39 ARIZ - Nick Wilson 1-yd run (Pollack kick), 5-75 1:44

Fourth Quarter

Second Quarter

9:48 UCLA - Molson 33-yd field goal, 13-57 4:00 6:46 COLO - Stefanou 33-yd field goal, 8-55 2:55 0:26 UCLA - Molson 31-yd field goal, 15-79 6:13

8:03 ARIZ - Jace Whittaker 42-yd interception return (Pollack kick) 4:07 UCLA - Soso Jamabo 9-yd run (Molson kick), 12-75 3:56 0:11 ARIZ - Trevor Wood 6-yd pass from Tate, (Pollack kick failed) 10-75 3:48

UCLA 25 35/95 372 28/45/1 80/467 1/0 9/85 30:19 9/16 0/0 5/5

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

COLO 24 38/191 243 17/38/0 76/434 0/0 6/53 29:41 4/16 1/1 4/5

Third Quarter 5:06 ARIZ - Pollack 23-yd field goal, 9-55 3:52 4:20 UCLA - Bolu Olorunfunmi 4-yd run (Jordan Lasley pass from Josh Rosen), 3-75 0:46 3:36 ARIZ - Tate 71-yd run (Pollack kick), 2-75 0:44 1:04 UCLA - Olorunfunmi 1-yd run (Jamabo pass from Rosen), 6-65 2:32

Fourth Quarter 12:25 ARIZ - Wilson 6-yd run (Pollack kick), 8-75 3:39

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UCLA 28 38/190 219 20/34/3 72/409 1/1 7/80 25:54 5/10 0/0 4/6

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

ARIZ 27 61/457 148 9/13/0 74/605 0/0 11/113 34:06 3/10 5/35 5/6

Top Individuals Rushing - Olorunfunmi (U) 10-102, J. Starks (U) 10-63, Jamabo (U) 8-33, Rosen (U) 6- -35; Tate (A) 15-230, Wilson (A) 22135; Receiving - Lasley (U) 6-77, Jamabo (U) 5-53, Andrews (U) 4-37, Howard (U) 3-17; Brown (A) 3-61; Passing - Rosen (U) 20-34-3-219-0; Tate (A) 9-13-0-148-1; Tackles - Young (U) 10, Wadood (U) 10, Pickett (U) 8; Interceptions - Jace Whittaker (A)-2, Dane Cruikshank (A).


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GAME SEVEN: UCLA 31, Oregon 14 Oct. 21 - Rose Bowl PASADENA, Calif. (AP) – Josh Rosen completed 21 of 35 passes for 266 yards and two touchdowns as the UCLA football team earned a 31-14 win over Oregon on Saturday at Rose Bowl Stadium. The Homecoming win marked the 600th victory in program history. UCLA outscored the Ducks 17-0 in the second half after being tied with Oregon at halftime, 14-14. Christian Pabico caught four passes for 99 yards with a touchdown, while Theo Howard had five receptions for 60 yards and Darren Andrew had five catches and a touchdown. Bolu Olorunfunmi and Soso Jamabo combined for 142 yards on the ground on 30 carries with one touchdown each. The UCLA defense came up with two turnovers during the game as Jaleel Wadood forced a fumble and Colin Samuel picked off a pass. After JJ Molson kicked a 42-yard field goal on the opening drive of the second half, UCLA pushed its lead to 24-14 with 3:14 left in the third quarter. Olorunfumi scored on a 22-yard rush, leaping over an Oregon defender to cross the goal line for his fourth scoring run of the season. The Bruins pushed its lead to 31-14 at the 9:03 mark in the fourth quarter as Rosen found Andrews for a one-yard touchdown, his eighth scoring reception of the season, in the back of the end zone to complete a 10-play, 40-yard drive. UCLA scored twice in the first quarter to jump out to a 14-0 lead. Jacob Tuioti-Mariner recovered a Ducks fumble on their own 45-yard line and the Bruins used an 11-play drive capped off by a Jamabo four-yard run for the game’s opening touchdown. UCLA found the end zone on its next drive as Rosen connected with Pabico for a 33-yard touchdown pass to highlight a seven-play 65yard drive that took just under three minutes. It marked Pabico’s first career touchdown reception. Oregon was able to tie the game at 14-14 with a pair of secondquarter touchdowns. UO used a 15-play, 75-yard drive to cut the score to 14-7 with 10:34 remaining in the quarter as Braxton Burmeister ran into the end zone from seven yards out. The Ducks then tied the game with just 37 seconds left until halftime when Burmeister recorded his second rushing touchdown of the afternoon from the four-yard line to cap off another 15-play drive that took over five minutes off the clock.

Oregon at UCLA - Oct. 21, 2017 Scoring Oregon 0 14 0 UCLA 14 0 10 Weather: Clear (75º) / Attn.: 55,711

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First Quarter 6:16 UCLA - Soso Jamabo 4-yd run (JJ Molson kick), 11-45 5:31 1:37 UCLA - Christian Pabico 31-yd pass from Josh Rosen (Molson kick), 7-65 2:57

Second Quarter 10:34 ORE - Braxton Burmeister 7-yd run (Aidan Schneider kick), 15-75 6:03 0:37 ORE - Burmeister 4-yd run (Schneider kick) 15-76 5:16

Third Quarter 8:36 UCLA - Molson 42-yd field goal, 12-72 3:23 3:14 UCLA - Bolu Olorunfunmi 22-yd run (Molson kick), 7-87 1:39

Fourth Quarter 9:03 UCLA - Darren Andrews 1-yd pass from Rosen (Molson kick), 10-40 4:14

UCLA 22 37/142 266 21/36/0 73/408 1/0 7/67 29:39 7/15 4/15 2/2

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

ORE 24 62/246 74 8/15/1 77/320 3/1 3/15 30:21 5/14 2/11 2/3

Top Individuals Rushing - Olorunfunmi (U) 13-76, Jamabo (U) 15-66, Stephens (U) 4-12, Rosen (U) 2- -11; Freeman (O) 29-160, Felix (O) 7-30, Burmeister (0) 16-27; Receiving - Howard (U) 5-60, Andrews (U) 5-44, Pabico (U) 4-99, J. Wilson (U) 4-43; Nelson (O) 4-40; Passing - Rosen (U) 21-36-0-266-2; Burmeister (O) 8-15-1-74-0; Tackles - Young (U) 10, Wadood (U) 10, Pickett (U) 8; Interceptions - Colin Samuel (U).

GAME EIGHT: UCLA 23, Washington 44 Oct. 28 - Seattle, Wash. SEATTLE, Wash. (AP) – No. 12 Washington rushed 58 times for 333 yards as the Huskies defeated UCLA at Husky Stadium, 44-23. The Bruins were led by receiver Darren Andrews, who caught eight passes for 73 yards and a touchdown. Jordan Wilson also caught a Bruin touchdown pass. Redshirt freshman Devon Modster recorded the first passing touchdown of his career, finding Andrews from four yards out early in the fourth quarter. After holding the Huskies on their first drive, UCLA started its opening possession on the Bruin 29-yard line. Thanks in large part to a Husky roughing-the-passer penalty and 16-yard strike from Josh Rosen to Andrews, the Bruins were able to drive 46 yards to set up a 42-yard JJ Molson field goal that gave the Bruins the first points of the contest. Washington’s first scoring drive went much the way of the Bruins’, as a 15-yard personal-foul penalty and an 18-yard Coleman run counted for more than half of the Huskies’ yardage leading to Tristan Vizcaino’s 31-yard tying field goal. A 35-yard Jake Browning strike to Coleman accompanied six Gaskin rushes on the Huskies’ next scoring drive, with Browning capping the nine-play drive with a one-yard run of his own to give Washington its first lead at 10-3. The Bruins took a page out of the Huskies’ book the next time out, as Soso Jamabo and Bolu Olorunfunmi each rushed three times to help the Bruins down to the Husky eight-yard line, from there Rosen found Wilson for the tight end’s second touchdown of the season. Olurunfunmi ran for 24 yards on three carries. The Molson extra point was missed, however, as Washington maintained the lead. An 82-yard Salvon Ahmed kick return put Washington in prime scoring position and Coleman ran in from a yard out two plays later. They would conclude first-half scoring with a 26-yard Vizcaino field goal at 3:50 of the frame to send the game to the break with the Huskies leading, 20-9. The Bruins were unable to capitalize on a Darnay Holmes interception of Browning on the Huskies’ first drive of the second half and Washington returned to the run its next time out. The home Huskies tallied 27-unanswered points and surged into a 37-9 advantage. With Modster under center in the second half, the Bruins chipped away at the Husky lead with an 81-yard drive. The redshirt-freshman signal caller completed six of seven passes, including throws of 21, 19 and 14 yards to Andrews, Wilson and Christian Pabico, respectively. The Huskies would answer, though, as Gaskins controlled the middle of the field before Coleman once again scored in the redzone. The Bruin defense would put an end to the scoring when Osa Odighizuwa rumbled 51 yards after picking up a Kamari Pleasant fumble to give the Bruins a 14-7 fourth-quarter advantage. The eight catches by Andrews moved the senior into a tie for fourth place on the Bruins’ all-time catch list. He is knotted with Danny Farmer at 159. Next on the list is Kevin Jordan, in third place with 179. Andrews joined Jordan as the only Bruin receivers to put together three straight 40-catch seasons.

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UCLA at No. 12 Washington - Oct. 28, 2017 Scoring UCLA 3 6 0 Washington 3 17 17 Weather: Sunny (56º) / Attn.: 69,847

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First Quarter 8:00 UCLA - JJ Molson 42-yd field goal, 11-46 5:21 4:00 WASH - T. Vizcaino 31-yd field goal, 8-61 4:00

Second Quarter 14:07 WASH - Jake Browning 1-yd run (Vizcaino kick), 9-70 3:47 10:23 UCLA - Jordan Wilson 8-yd pass from Rosen (Molson kick failed), 10-75 3:44 9:46 WASH - Lavon Coleman 1-yd run (Vizcaino kick), 2-18 0:25 3:50 WASH - T. Vizcaino 26-yd field goal, 7-71 3:24

Third Quarter 8:27 WASH - Lavon Coleman 33-yd run (Vizcaino kick), 3-65, 1:19 2:39 WASH - T. Vizcaino 24-yd field goal, 8-47 3:56 1:01 WASH - Myles Gaskin 6-yd run (Vizcaino kick) 2-18 0:17

Fourth Quarter 11:54 UCLA - Darren Andrews 4-yd pass from Modster (Molson kick) 11-81 4:01 8:29 WASH - Lavon Coleman 13-yd run (Vizcaino kick) 8-51 3:16 2:07 UCLA - Osa Odighizuwa 51-yd fumble recovery (Molson kick) UCLA 15 28/62 170 19/33/0 61/232 1/1 6/59 26:09 3/13 0/0 2/2

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

WASH 24 58/333 109 9/12/1 70/442 3/1 4/47 33:51 5/11 4/30 7/7

Top Individuals Rushing - Jamabo (U) 9-28, Olorunfunmi (U) 5-26, Stephens (U) 7-18, Modster (U) 1-9, Rosen (U) 6- -19; Gaskins (W) 27-169, Coleman (W) 14-94, Ahmed (W) 6-40, Pleasant (W) 4-14, Carta-Samuels (W) 1-2, Browning (W) 4-1; Receiving Andrews (U) 8-73, J. Wilson (U) 4-38, Pabico (U) 3-36, Howard (U) 2-13, Stephens (U) 2-10; Coleman (W) 2-46, Jones (W) 2-14; Passing - Rosen (U) 12-21-0-93-1; Modster (U) 7-120-77-1, Browning (W) 8-11-1-98-0; Tackles - Lucier-South (U) 9, Young (U) 8, Wadood (U) 7, Burr-Kirven (W) 7; Interceptions - Holmes (U).


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GAME NINE: UCLA 17, Utah 48 Nov. 3 - Salt Lake City, Utah SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (AP) - Devon Modster went 8 for 12 in his first career collegiate start and completed all seven of his first-half attempts for 101 yards and a score, but it was not enought as the UCLA football team dropped a 48-17 contest on Friday at Utah from Rice-Eccles Stadium. Bolu Olorunfunmi led the Bruin ground game with 63 yards on a career-high 16 carries, while Darren Andrews led all UCLA receivers with 66 yards on three receptions and a score. The Utes tallied the first points of the game as they were able to pounce on a Mossi Johnson fumbled punt at the UCLA 16-yard line. Four plays and 1:36 later, Zack Moss pounded it in from three yards out for a 7-0 lead. The Bruins responded as Modster hit Andrews streaking down the sideline for 42 yards down to the Utah 25-yard line, setting up a 37-yard field goal by J.J. Molson to cut into the lead early in the second quarter. Utah would then use 10 plays to navigate 73 yards, with Moss rushing for 31 yards, leading to Tyler Huntley finding Darren Carrington for a 25-yard score at 6:08 in the quarter for a 14-3 lead. UCLA cut the lead to 14-10 as Modster completed all three of his passes on the 10-play 73-yard drive, including a spectacular onehanded grab by Theo Howard along the sideline. On the next play, Modster would hit Andrews from 24 yards for a touchdown. The Utes would make it a 17-10 game at halftime when Matt Gay hit a 25-yard field goal with seven seconds left in the half. Utah wasted no time getting on the board in the second half, as Huntley hit Troy McCormick for a 75-yard strike and a two-score advantage. Another 10-play drive would consume 4:25 of the third quarter as Moss capped off the drive with a 20-yard score for a 31-10 advantage. Huntley would later cap off another quick, three-play drive with a 13-yard pass to McCormick in the end zone in the middle of the third quarter for a 38-10 lead. After a Utah field goal in the first minute of the fourth qyarter, redshirt freshman Matt Lynch marched the Bruins 75 yards down the field in nine plays and ended the drive with a five-yard score to Eldridge Massington with 9:59 left in the final quarter for his first career scoring toss. The Utes would push the lead to 48-17 as Huntley tossed his fourth touchdown of the game with 3:27 left on the clock to Cody Ippolito from two yards out.

UCLA at Utah - Nov. 3, 2017 Scoring UCLA 0 10 0 7 Utah 7 10 21 10 Weather: Partly Cloudy (54º) / Attn.: 45,902

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First Quarter 2:57 Utah - Zack Moss 3-yd run (Matt Gay kick), 4-16 1:36

Second Quarter 14:23 UCLA - JJ Molson 37-yd field goal, 7-71 3:23 6:08 Utah - Darren Carrington 25-yd pass from Tyler Huntley (Gay kick) 10-73 4:44 4:24 UCLA - Darren Andrews 24-yd pass from Devon Modster (Molson kick) 5-75 1:44 007 Utah - Gay 25-yd field goal, 11-68 4:17

Third Quarter 14:48 Utah - Troy McCormick 75-yd pass from Huntley (Gay kick) 1-75 0:12 9:04 Utah - Moss 20-yd run (Gay kick) 10-69 4:25 7:13 Utah - McCormick 13-yd pass from Huntley (Gay kick) 3-60 1:07

Fourth Quarter 14:02 Utah - Gay 50-yd field goal, 6-23 3:07 9:59 UCLA - Massington 5-yd pass from Matt Lynch (Molson kick) 9-75 4:03 3:27 Utah - Cody Ippolito 2-yd pass from Huntley (Gay kick) 9-75 6:32

UCLA 12 32/134 115 11/16/0 48/249 1/1 5/40 23:43 3/12 2/8 2/2

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

Utah 24 50/272 234 15/22/0 72/506 1/0 10/70 36:17 7/14 1/5 5/5

Top Individuals Rushing - Olorunfunmi (U) 16-63, Felton (U) 2-20, J. Starks (U) 6-15, Lynch (U) 2-15 (U), Andrews (U) 1-12, Modster (U) 3-7, Howard (U) 1-3; Moss (U) 23-153, Huntley (U) 18-93; Receiving - Andrews (U) 3-66, Howard (U) 3-37, J. Wilson (U) 2-10; Carrington (U) 4-51, McCormick (U) 2-88; Passing - Modster (U) 8-12-0-103-1; Lynch (U) 2-3-0-11-1, Huntley (U) 15-220-234-4; Tackles - Young (U) 12, Pickett (U) 10, Lucier-South (U) 9; Interceptions - none.

GAME 10: UCLA 44, Arizona State 37 Nov. 11 - Rose Bowl

at 34-34. The Bruins, however, would remain steady down the stretch, getting that crucial touchdown from Lasley to start the fourth quarter, and following it up with another Molson field goal, his third of the game, to take a 44-34 lead. The Sun Devils scored just three points in the fourth quarter on a 23-yard field goal from Ruiz with 3:57 to play in the game. On the defensive end of the field, sophomore linebacker Krys Barnes tied a career high with 12 tackles, and senior defensive lineman Jacob Tuioti-Mariner had a personal-best 10 tackles and two sacks and tied a career high with two tackles for loss. Redshirt sophomore defensive lineman Chigozie Nnoruka (eight) and senior defensive back/wide receiver Mossi Johnson (seven) also posted career highs in tackles. The Bruins have just two regular-season games remaining. UCLA is scheduled to face crosstown rival USC on Nov. 18 UCLA can go undefeated at home this year with a win over the Cal Bears in the season finale. The Bruins’ last undefeated campaign in Pasadena was a 6-0 mark in 2005.

ASU at UCLA - Nov. 11, 2017 Scoring ASU 14 7 13 3 UCLA 7 13 14 10 Weather: Partly Cloudy (60º) / Attn.: 53,847

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First Quarter

PASADENA, Calif. (AP) - UCLA kept its perfect home record intact against Arizona State on Saturday evening, posting a 44-37 victory. Saturday marked the return of junior quarterback Josh Rosen, who missed last week’s game at Utah after suffering an injury at Washington on Oct. 28. Rosen finished the game 25-for-45 for 381 yards and a touchdown. It marked the 16th 300-yard passing game of his career, increasing his own school record. Rosen also moved into third place in the UCLA record books in both career passing yards and completions. Bruin wideout Jordan Lasley had a career-high 162 yards receiving on the evening, hauling in a crucial 22-yard touchdown pass from Rosen early in the fourth quarter to give UCLA a 41-34 advantage. Lasley also hauled in a 59-yard reception in the second quarter to set up an eventual UCLA field goal. Arizona State got off to a quick start in Saturday’s contest, jumping out to an early lead with a pair first-quarter touchdowns. The Sun Devils’ first strike came with 8:34 remaining in the quarter when quarterback Manny Wilkins hit wideout N’Keal Harry for a seven-yard TD pass. ASU scored again just five minutes later, this time on a two-yard TD run from Demario Richard, as the Sun Devils moved out to a 14-0 advantage. UCLA defensive back Nate Meadors tallied the Bruins’ initial score of the game, as he intercepted a tipped pass from Wilkins, taking it in from 27 yards out to cut the lead to 14-7. It was Meadors’ first career touchdown and second-career interception. UCLA then tied things up on a one-yard TD run from Rosen just after the start of the second quarter. Arizona State scored once more prior to halftime when Wilkins notched a rushing touchdown of his own, a 16-yard scamper with 7:55 to play in the half, to give the Sun Devils a 21-14 advantage. UCLA managed to cut the lead to 21-20 prior to halftime following a pair field goals from kicker JJ Molson. Following the intermission, running back Soso Jamabo gave UCLA its first lead of the game when he capped a 6-play, 59-yard drive with a 22-yard touchdown run, putting the Bruins up 27-21. It marked Jamabo’s sixth touchdown in seven games this season. In addition to Rosen and Jamabo, Bolu Olorunfunmi also rushed for a touchdown on Saturday, his fifth of the season, giving UCLA a 34-24 advantage on a two-yard run with 5:41 to play in the third quarter. That scoring drive also included a 56-yard reception by Olorunfunmi, the longest reception of his career. He finished with 15 carries for 79 yards in the game. Down by 10 late in the third quarter, the Sun Devils would show some resilience. A 22-yard field goal from Brandon Ruiz cut the lead to 3427, and ASU would tie the game moments later when Eno Benjamin blocked a UCLA punt and ran it in from nine yards out to tie the game

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8:34 ASU - N’eal Harry 7-yd pass from Manny Wilkins (Brandon Ruiz kick), 6-50 1:41 3:39 ASU - Demario Richard 2-yd run (Ruiz kick) 12-63, 4:32 1:23 UCLA - Nate Meadors 27-yd interception return (JJ Molson kick)

Second Quarter 12:34 UCLA - Josh Rosen 1-yd run (Molson kick) 6-73 1:37 7:55 ASU - Wilkins 16-yd run (Ruiz kick) 10-75 4:33 6:50 UCLA - Molson 31-yd field goal 5-62 1:01 3:49 UCLA - Molson 38-yd field goal 8-38 1:37

Third Quarter 11:21 UCLA - Soso Jamabo 21-yd run (Molson kick) 6-59 1:44 7:22 ASU - Ruiz 22-yd field goal 10-75 3:55 5:41 UCLA - Bolu Olorunfunmi 2-yd run (Molson kick) 5-72 1:36 3:14 ASU - Ruiz 22-yd field goal 8-72 2:21 2:13 ASU - Eno Benjamin 9-yd return of blocked punt (Ruiz kick)

Fourth Quarter 14:54 UCLA - Jordan Lasley 22-yd pass from Rosen (Molson kick) 7-75 2:19 9:38 UCLA - Molson 20-yd field goal, 12-54 3:14 1:20 ASU - Ruiz 23-yd field goal, 13-93 3:57 UCLA 25 32/153 420 26/46/1 78/573 1/0 5/39 23:52 6/16 2/6 4/5

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

ASU 29 61/294 290 21/37/1 98/584 0/0 4/41 36:08 11/22 0/0 6/6

Top Individuals Rushing - Olorunfunmi (U) 15-79, C. Pabico (U) 1-30, Jamabo (U) 3-24(U), J. Starks (U) 3-14, Rosen (U) 4-13; Richard (A) 21-125, Ballage (A) 21-97; Receiving - Lasley (U) 7-162, Roberts (U) 6-45, Olorunfunmi (U) 2-79, Howard (U) 2-28; Harry (A) 6-95, K. Williams (A) 6-87, Harvey (A) 6-74; Passing - Rosen (U) 26-46-1-420-1; Wilkins (A) 21-37-1-290-1; Tackles - Barnes (U) 14, Pickett (U) 10, Tuioti-Mariner (U) 10; Interceptions - Adams (A), Meadors (U).


2017 IN REVIEW Third Quarter

GAME 11: UCLA 23, USC 28

5:32 USC - Sam Darnold 1-yd run (McGrath kick) 5-44 2:10 2:57 UCLA - Lasley 9-yd pass from Rosen (Molson kick) 7-79 2:30

Nov. 18 - L.A. Coliseum

Fourth Quarter

LOS ANGELES (AP) - UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen threw for 421 yards, 204 to Jordan Lasley, and the Bruin defense held USC to 153 rushing yards, a season-low total for the defense, but UCLA’s effort was just short, as No. 12 USC held on for the 28-23 victory at the Los Angeles Coliseum. Turnovers in the red zone and a few costly penalties left UCLA without muchneeded points earlier in the game. Down 21-7 late in the third quarter, UCLA closed to within five on a Lasley touchdown with 2:43 to play. But the Bruins missed the two-point conversion and were unable to recover the onside kick, and USC was able to get the first down it needed to run out the clock. Rosen’s 421 yards were the most ever by a UCLA quarterback against USC and just two yards shy of Matt Barkley’s all-time record in the series, set in 2011. Lasley’s 204-yard game was the fourth-best receiving performance in UCLA history. USC struck first on a 72-yard punt return for a touchdown by Michael Pittman, but the Bruins answered right back with a seven-play, 80yard drive that culminated in an 11-yard touchdown pass fom Rosen to Lasley. A long kickoff return gave USC good field position on its next possession, and it took six plays and two and a half minutes to go 56 yards for the touchdown, a two-yard rush by Ronald Jones that put USC ahead, 14-7. The Bruins appeared to tie the game early in the second quarter on a Bolu Olorunfunmi touchdown run on a reverse, but the play was nullified by a clipping penalty, which set the ball back 15 yards to the USC 30. The Bruins ended up with no points on that drive after J.J. Molson missed a 47-yard field goal attempt. A Jaleel Wadood interception on fourth and 8 on the UCLA 30 gave the Bruins their first break of the game late in the second quarter. UCLA got down to the USC 17, but Rosen was strip sacked, and USC regained possession on their own 40 with 36 seconds to play in the half. The half, however, ended without a score, as the Bruins chased Sam Darnold out of the pocket, and he was tackled in bounds shy of the first down as time expired in the half with USC up 14-7. UCLA’s opening drive of the second half saw the Bruins drive down to the USC 15, only to have Rosen throw an interception in the end zone. USC scored on a one-yard touchdown run by Darnold on the ensuing possession to take a 21-7 lead. But much like the Trojans’ first touchdown, UCLA answered with one of its own. Rosen and Lasley linked up for their second touchdown of the game, a nine-yard pass that cut USC’s lead to 21-14 with 2:57 to play in the third. A 26-yard Molson field goal with 10:19 to play in the game put UCLA down by just 4, 21-17. USC answered with a touchdown drive to increase its lead to 28-17, and on its next possession, UCLA was on the verge of turning it over on downs with under four minutes to play, but a holding penalty by USC gave the Bruins new life with a first down on the USC 38. Rosen found Lasley four plays later for their third touchdown of the game, a 27-yard TD pass with 2:43 to play that cut the deficit to five points, 28-23. But after USC recovered the onside kick, the Bruins ran out of time to attempt a comeback.

UCLA at USC - Nov. 18, 2017 Scoring UCLA 7 0 7 9 USC 14 0 7 7 Weather: Partly Cloudy (67º) / Attn.: 82,407

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First Quarter 9:12 USC - Michael Pittman 72-yd punt return (Chase McGrath kick) 6:48 UCLA - Jordan Lasley 11-yd pass from Josh Rosen (JJ Molson kick) 7-80 2:19 4:08 USC - Ronald Jones 2-yd run (McGrath kick) 6-56 2:31

Second Quarter no scoring

10:19 UCLA - Molson 26-yd field goal 9-77 2:52 5:19 USC - Jones 2-yd run (McGrath kick) 10-90 4:53 2:43 UCLA - Lasley 27-yd pass from Rosen (Rosen pass failed) 8-61 2:29 UCLA 28 31/80 421 32/52/1 83/501 1/1 12/100 30:18 10/19 1/9 3/5

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

USC 24 41/153 264 17/28/1 69/417 0/0 11/115 29:42 2/10 4/35 3/4

Top Individuals Rushing - Jamabo (U) 9-62, Olorunfunmi (U) 13-56, Rosen (U) 5-(-34); Jones (SC) 28-122, Darnold (SC) 5-10; Receiving - Howard (U) 11-81, Lasley (U) 10-204, Roberts (U) 6-70, Jamabo (U) 2-41; Mitchell (SC) 4-56, Burnett (SC) 4-55; Passing - Rosen (U) 32-52-1-421-3; Darnold (SC) 17-28-1-2640; Tackles - Young (U) 9, Meadors (U) 8, Tuioti-Mariner (U) 6, Wade (U) - 6, Lucier-South (U) - 6; Interceptions - Wadood (U), Tell (SC).

GAME 12: UCLA 30, Cal 27 Nov. 24 - Rose Bowl PASADENA, Calif. (AP) - JJ Molson connected on a 37-yard field goal attempt with four seconds left in the fourth quarter to lead UCLA past California, 30-27, in the regular-season finale for both teams at the Rose Bowl on Friday night. The win secured The Bruins’ first undefeated home campaign in Pasadena since posting a 6-0 mark in 2005. With the game tied 27-27, back-up quarterback Devon Modster drove the Bruins down the field to the 20-yard line in the game’s final 2:22. Molson’s game-winning field goal helped the Bruins become bowl eligible. In addition, UCLA secured its fourth win over Cal in their last five meetings and secured a perfect 6-0 season at the Rose Bowl. “We are obviously excited as a program,” UCLA interim head coach Jedd Fisch said. “We also feel that we owe this win to Coach Mora. We wanted to make sure that we were able to end his legacy as the head coach at UCLA, as a guy that led five of his six teams to bowl games. So, we are very respectful of that. In turn, we are extremely excited to move forward and to be 1-0 in this capacity.” UCLA’s final possession in the game’s last two minutes came after California had overcome a 10-point fourth quarter deficit. The Golden Bears kicked a field goal with 8:35 to go, reducing UCLA’s cushion to 27-20. Minutes later, California drove 77 yards on a 12-play drive, capped by a game-tying six-yard touchdown pass from Ross Bowers to Jordan Veasy. Jordan Lasley caught a career-high 12 passes for a team-leading 227 yards and had one touchdown reception in the regular-season finale. Lasley, who finished with 204 receiving yards at USC last week, had a 17-yard touchdown catch midway through the second quarter to put the Bruins ahead, 17-6. Lasley became the first-ever Bruin to record back-to-back 200-yard receiving contests. In addition, his 431 receiving yards between the USC and Cal games are the most by any Bruin in back-to-back contests. He became the first UCLA player to ever record three double-digit reception games in one season. Kenny Young, the final player to wear the No. 42 for the Bruins in the Rose Bowl, recorded a career-best 15 tackles in the contest. In all, UCLA quarterbacks Josh Rosen and Devon Modster combined for 393 passing yards as the Bruins closed their home slate with a 6-0 mark at the Rose Bowl in 2017. Modster finished with career highs in pass completions (14), attempts (18) and passing yards (191).

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After securing a 7-3 lead against California late in the first quarter, the Bruins never trailed the rest of the way. The visiting Golden Bears tied the contest, 17-17, early in the third quarter before UCLA answered with a touchdown and a field goal. Cal running back Patrick Laird finished with 178 rushing yards on 32 carries. Bowers finished the game having completed 25 of 41 pass attempts for 242 yards. Cal kicker Matt Anderson converted four of five field goal attempts, connecting on kicks from 32, 34, 37 and 20 yards against the Bruins.

Cal at UCLA - Nov. 24, 2017 Scoring Cal 3 6 8 UCLA 7 10 7 Weather: Clear (67º) / Attn.: 50,287

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First Quarter 2:55 Cal - Matt Anderson 32-yd field goal, 4-2-0.53 0:39 UCLA - Theo Howard 14-yd pass from Josh Rosen (JJ Molson kick) 7-75 2:16

Second Quarter 11:32 Cal - Anderson 34-yd field goal, 10-46 3:59 7:45 UCLA - Molson 27-yd field goal, 12-67 3:40 5:10 UCLA - Jordan Lasley 17-yd pass from Rosen (Molson kick) 3-50 0:47 1:20 Cal - Anderson 37-yd field goal, 12-59 3:44

Third Quarter 8:56 Cal - Ross Bowers 2-yd run (Patrick Laird pass from Bowers) 6-58 1:39 6:35 UCLA - Brandon Stephens 1-yd run (Molson kick) 8-75 2:21

Fourth Quarter 12:10 UCLA - Molson 26-yd field goal 7-62 2:13 8:35 Cal - Anderson 20-yd field goal, 14-87 3:30 2:22 Cal - Jordan Veasy 6-yd pass from Bowers (Anderson kick) 1177 3:56 0:04 UCLA - Molson 37-yd field goal, 10-55 2:18 UCLA 24 37/69 393 27/36/0 73/462 2/1 7/64 26:45 5/14 1/10 6/6

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

Cal 26 42/216 242 25/41/0 83/458 1/1 11/84 33:15 4/15 4/41 6/7

Top Individuals Rushing - Stephens (U) 20-83, Jamabo (U) 4-23, Olorunfunmi (U) 3-2, Modster (U) 3-5, Rosen (U) 5-(-34); Laird (C) 32-178, Enwere (C) 3-25; Receiving - Lasley (U) 12-227, Howard (U) 4-33, Stephens (U) 3-35, Jamabo (U) 2-38; Noa (C) 7-87, Wharton (C) 7-61; Passing - Rosen (U) 13-18-0-202-2, Modster (U) 14-18-0-191-0; Bowers (C) 25-41-0-242-1; Tackles - Young (U) 15, Lucier-South (U) 8, Pickett (U) 8, Wadood (U) 5; Interceptions - none.


2017 IN REVIEW

GAME 13: KANSAS ST. 35, UCLA 17 Dec. 26 - Phoenix, Ariz. PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) - After battling to the last seconds to gain the six-win mark in their final regular season game, the Bruins came up short in their reward, a 35-17 setback against Kansas State in the Cactus Bowl played at Chase Field, home of the Arizona Diamondbacks, in Phoenix, Ariz. Devon Modster, who started when UCLA doctors did not clear Josh Rosen for duty, threw for 295 yards and a pair of secondquarter touchdowns, but the Bruins could not sustain their offensive attack into the second half. Jordan Lasley finished with eight catches for 128 yards and a 52-yard touchdown pass after a key block by Christian Pabico. Theo Howard, who also finished with eight catches, gained 70 of his 119 receiving yards on his scoring play. Kansas State's Alex Delton ran for 158 yards and accounted for four touchdowns to lead the Wildcat attack. Delton replaced starting quarterback Skylar Thompson late in the first quarter and scored on runs of 68 yards, 3 yards and 1 yard. Alex Barnes added 117 yards and a touchdown for the K-State, which rushed for 345 yards. Kansas State struggled in the first half against UCLA’s potent offense, but shut down the Bruins in the second to give coach Bill Snyder his 210th — and possibly last — win with the Wildcats. UCLA played without top NFL prospect Rosen, who’s recovering from a concussion, and built a 10-point halftime lead without its star quarterback. The Bruins’ offensive success didn’t carry over into the second half and their defense had a hard time containing Delton, saddling interim coach Jedd Fisch with a loss in his last game before Chip Kelly takes over the program. “We handled a ton of adversity this year and a ton of change,” Fisch said. “After the (USC) week, they continued to play as hard as possible.” Kansas State’s Denzel Goolsby recovered Bolu Olorunfunmi’s fumble at the Bruins 24-yard line on the next play from scrimmage, and Delton hit Dominique Heath for an 8-yard touchdown to give the Wildcats the lead. “That was possibly the play of the ballgame,” Snyder said. UCLA turned it over on downs — after a successful fake punt — and Kansas State turned its fourth-down try into a touchdown, with Alex Barnes putting the Wildcats up 28-17 with a 41-yard run. Kansas State ended UCLA’s comeback hopes with an eight-minute drive capped by Delton’s final TD run. “They wore us down,” Fisch said. Rosen, expected to leave for the NFL after his junior year, was in uniform and warmed up before the game, but Devon Modster trotted out to the take the first snap. The Bruins still had their big-play game going even without Rosen, building a 17-7 halftime lead on two long TD passes by Modster. However, UCLA’s offensive roll ended with halftime. The Bruins had 100 total yards and three first downs in the second half. “I just threw too many incomplete passes,” said Modster, who threw for 295 yards. “That’s pretty much it.”

UCLA 14 25/69 295 21/34/0 59/364 1/1 8/73 24:43 3/13 3/6 0/0

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

Top Individuals Rushing - Olorunfunmi (U) 12-23, Felton (U) 4-21, Modster (U) 2-19, Juarez (U) 1-11, Delton (KS) 20-158; Barnes (KS) 12-117; Receiving - Lasley (U) 8-128, Howard (U) 8-119, Olorunfunmi (U) 2-13, J. Wilson (U) 1-18; D. Heath (KS) 5-49, Pringle (KS) 2-19; Passing - Modster (U) 21-34-0-295-2; S. Thompson (KS) 3-7-1-27-0, Delton (KS) 7-10-0-52-1; Tackles - Wadood (U) 9, Young (U) 9, Pickett (U) 4, Osling (U) 4, Tuioti-Mariner (U) - 4; Interceptions - Holmes (U).

Kansas St. vs. UCLA - Dec. 26, 2017 Scoring Kansas State 7 0 14 UCLA 3 14 0 Weather: Indoors (66º) / Attn.: 32,859

14 0

K-State 21 49/344 79 10/17/1 66/423 1/0 2/20 35:07 6/13 0/0 3/3

--35 --17

First Quarter 1:00 UCLA - JJ Molson 44-yd field goal, 12-44 6:11 0:00 KSt - Alex Delton 68-yd run (M. McCrane kick) 2-76 0:52

Second Quarter 11:34 UCLA - Jordan Lasley 52-yd pass from Devon Modster (Molson kick), 8-86 3:22 9:25 UCLA - Theo Howard 70-yd pass from Modster (Molson kick), 2-72 0:46

Third Quarter 6:39 KSt - Delton 1-yd run (McCrane kick) 8-74 4:40 4:22 KSt - D. Heath 8-yd pass from Delton (McCrane kick) 4-24 2:01

Fourth Quarter 14:01 KSt - Alex Barnes 41-yd run (McCrane kick) 4-50 2:08 4:34 KSt - Delton 3-yd run (McCrane kick) 15-98 8:06

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RECORDS

THE LAST TIME UCLA INDIVIDUAL RUSHING Rushed for 100+ yards Bolu Olorunfunmi, 2017 at Arizona (102) QB rushed for 100+ yards Brett Hundley, 2014 vs. Arizona (131) QB Rushed for 160+ yards Brett Hundley, 2013 vs. Virginia Tech (161) Rushed for 200+ yards Paul Perkins, 2015 vs. BYU (219) Rushed for 300+ yards Maurice Jones-Drew, 2004 at Washington (322) Back-to-back games 100 yards rushing Paul Perkins, 2015 at UNLV(151), BYU (219) Back-to-back games 200 yards rushing Johnathan Franklin, 2012 at Rice, vs. Nebraska Had 30 rushing attempts 30 by Johnathan Franklin, 2010 vs. Washington State Had 3 rushing touchdowns 3, Soso Jamabo, 2016 vs. UNLV (all in first half) Had 4 rushing touchdowns 4, Myles Jack vs. Washington, 2013 Had 5 rushing touchdowns 5, Maurice Drew at Washington, 2004 Had run of 50+ yards 82 by Paul Perkins, 2015 Colorado Had run of 60+ yards 82 by Paul Perkins, 2015 Colorado Had run of 70+ yards 82 by Paul Perkins, 2015 Colorado Had run of 75+ yards 82 by Paul Perkins, 2015 Colorado Had run of 85+ yards 92 by Paul Perkins, 2014 at Colorado Had run of 90+ yards 92 by Paul Perkins, 2014 at Colorado Had two players rush 100+ yds Paul Perkins (180)/Brett Hundley (110) at Colorado, 2014

Had 500 yards total offense Drew Olson, 2005 vs. Arizona State (501)

Shutout of a team on road at Oregon State, 2015 (41-0)

Had 50+ yard pass completion 70 yds., Devon Modster to Theo Howard, vs. K State, 2017

Overtime Game at Texas A&M (24-31 loss, 1 ot), 2016

Had 60+ yard pass completion 70 yds., Devon Modster to Theo Howard vs. K State, 2017

Did not allow an opponent touchdown 2015 at Utah (17-9)

Had 70+ yard pass completion 70 yds., Devon Modster to Theo Howard vs. K State, 2017

Did not score a touchdown vs. an opponent 2011 at USC

Had 80+ yard pass completion 80 yds., Brett Hundley to Jordan Payton vs. Ariz St., 2014

Scored on a two-point PAT Soso Jamabo pass from Josh Rosen at Arizona, 2017

Had 90+ yard pass completion 93 yds., Brett Hundley to Devin Fuller vs. Utah, 2014

300+ yards rushing 331 vs. Kansas State, 2014 (39 att/331)

UCLA INDIVIDUAL RECEIVING

400+ yards rushing 437 yards vs. Washington State, 2010 (56 att/437)

Had 100+ yards receiving Jordan Lasley vs. K State, 2017 (128) Theo Howard vs. K State, 2017 (119) Had 100+ yards receiving by running back 120 by Chris Markey vs. Arizona State, 2005 Had 150+ yards receiving 227 by Jordan Lasley vs. California, 2017 Had 200+ yards receiving 227 by Jordan Lasley vs. California, 2017 Back-to-back games 200+ yds receiving Jordan Lasley, 2017 -204 at USC, 227 v. California Back-to-back games 100+ yds receiving Jordan Lasley, 2017 -227 vs. California, 128 v. K State Two players 100+ yds rec. in same game Jordan Lasley (128), Theo Howard (119) vs. K State, 2017 Three players 100+ yds receiving in same game Caleb Wilson (207), Darren Andrews (143), Jordan Lasley (100) vs. Texas A&M, 2017 Caught at least 10 passes in game Jordan Lasley, 12 vs. California, 2017 Had 80+ yard reception 80 by Jordan Payton at Arizona State, 2014 Had 90+ yard reception 93 by Devin Fuller vs. Utah, 2014 Had 3 touchdown catches 3 by Jordan Lasley at USC, 2017

UCLA INDIVIDUAL PASSING

Had 4 or more touchdown catches 4 by J.J. Stokes vs. Washington, 1993

Passed for 300+ yards Josh Rosen, 2017 at USC (421)

UCLA TEAM

Passed for 350+ yards Josh Rosen, 2017 at USC (421)

Kickoff Ret. for TD Ishmael Adams at Arizona St., 2014 (100 yds)

Passed for 400+ yards Josh Rosen, 2017 at USC (421)

Punt Ret. for TD Maurice Jones-Drew vs. California, 2005 (81 yds)

Passed for 500+ yards Drew Olson, 2005 vs. Arizona State (510)

Interception Return for TD Nate Meadors, 2017 vs. Arizona State (27 yds)

Passed for less than 100 yards (starter who went full game) Brett Hundley, 2013 at Oregon (64)

Scored on blocked punt (TD) Jordan Lasley (block by DeChaun Holiday) vs. Ore. State, 2016(23 yds)

Had 30+ completions Josh Rosen, 2017 at USC (32) Had 50+ attempts Josh Rosen, 2017 at USC (52) Had 60+ attempts Josh Rosen, 2017 at Stanford (60) Had 5 or more touchdown passes Josh Rosen vs. Hawai'i, 2017 (5) Had more than 5 touchdown passes Drew Olson, 2005 vs. Oregon State (6) Had 4 or more passes intercepted Mike Fafaul, 2016 vs. Utah (4) Had 300 yards total offense Josh Rosen, 2017 at USC (387) Had 350 yards total offense Josh Rosen, 2017 at USC (387) Had 400 yards total offense Josh Rosen, 2017 at Stanford (495)

Less than 25 yards rushing -1 at Arizona State, 2016 (23 att.);18 vs. Illinois, 2011 (30 att) 300+ yards passing 393 vs. California, 2017 400+ yards passing 421 at USC, 2017 500+ yards passing 510 vs. Arizona State, 2005 Less than 75 yards passing 64 at Oregon, 2013 500+ yards total offense 501 (80r, 421p) at USC, 2017 600+ yards total offense 633 at Memphis, (170r, 463p), 2017 800+ all-purpose yards 800 at Miami, 1998 Less than 200 yards tot. offense 163 at Washington, 2010 Less than 150 yards tot. offense 144 at California, 2010 Forced 5 + fumbles 7 vs. Oklahoma, 2005 (6 vs. USC 1998) Recovered 5+ fumbles 5 vs. USC, 1998 UCLA made at least 5 interceptions 6 at Utah, 2013 UCLA had 0 turnovers vs. Oregon, 2017 Beat a top 25 team at home Cal, 2015 (No. 20 AP) Beat a top 20 team at home Cal, 2015 (No. 20 AP) Beat a top 15 team at home Arizona, 2014 (No. 14 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)

Scored on a blocked punt (safety) Sean Westgate vs. Washington State (2009)

Beat a top 25 team on road at Utah, 2015 (No. 18 AP)

Scored on a fumble recovery (TD) Osa Odighizuwa, at Washington, 2017 (51 yds)

Beat a top 20 team on road at Utah, 2015 (No. 18 AP)

Scored on a blocked field goal Sheldon Price at Wash. State, 2012 (68 yds)

Beat a top 15 team on road at Arizona State, 2014 (No. 15 AP)

Scored on a blocked extra point attempt Bret Lockett vs. Fresno State, 2008

Beat at top 10 team on road at Texas, 2010 (No.7 AP)

60+ Points 66 vs. Arizona, 2012 (66-10)

Beat a top 5 team on road at Washington, 1990 (No. 2 AP)

50+ Points 56 vs. Hawai'i, 2017 (56-23)

UCLA INDIVIDUAL DEFENSE

30 or more points in a quarter 30 in second quarter at Washington State, 2012

Had at least 15 tackles 15 by Kenny Young vs. California, 2017

Did not score in first half of game 2016 at Cal (0-12)

Had more than 15 tackles 19 by Jayon Brown, Colorado, 2016

Did not score in second half of game 2017 v. K State (0-28)

Had at least 20 tackles 20 by Reggie Carter at BYU, 2008

Shutout of a team at home Oregon, 2007 (16-0)

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RECORDS Had more than 20 tackles 21 by Eric Turner vs. Oregon, 1989

Played a game in 100º degree temperature 2009 vs. Cal (100º)

Had 40+ rushing attempts Jerome Harrison, Washington State, 2004 (42)

Defensive lineman with more than 10 tackles 10 by Jacob Tuioti-Mariner, 2017 vs. Arizona State

OPPONENT TEAM

Had four or more rushing touchdowns Joe Williams, Utah, 2016 (4)

Had multiple interceptions in same game Randall Goforth (2) vs. UNLV, 2016

Kick return for touchdown Cory Butler-Byrd vs. Utah, 2016 (99 yds)

OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL PASSING

Punt return for touchdown Michael Pittman, at USC, 2017 (72 yds)

Passed for 400+ yards Mike Bercovici, at Arizona State, 2014 (488)

Interception return for touchdown Jace Whittaker at Arizona, 2017 (42 yds)

Had 30+ completions Davis Webb, Cal, 2016 (32)

Scored on by a blocked punt (TD) Eno Benjamin, Arizona State, 2017 (9 yards)

Had 50+ attempts Luke Falk, Wash. State, 2015 (53)

Scored on a fumble recovery (TD) Manase Hungalu vs. Ore. State, 2016 (40 yards)

Had 60+ attempts David Piland, Houston (60)

Scored on a safety Hawai'i, 2017

Completed a pass for 75+ yards 75 by Tyler Huntley to Troy McCormick, at Utah, 2017

Scored on a failed extra point attempt none Scored on a two-point conversion Cal, 2017

Had 4 or more touchdown passes Tyler Huntley (4), at Utah, 2017 Had more than 5 touchdown passes Riley Ferguson (6), at Memphis, 2017

50+ points scored 58, at Stanford, 2017

Threw 5 or more interceptions Travis Wilson (6), at Utah, 2013

UCLA MISCELLANEOUS

Shutout at home 2010 by Stanford (0-35)

OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL RECEIVING

Indiv. Scored 4+ TDs 5 by Maurice Jones-Drew vs. Cal, 2005 (3 rush, 1 pass, 1 punt ret.)

Shutout on road 2011 at USC (0-50)

Indiv. kicked 60 yd. FG 60 by Ka’imi Fairbairn v. Cal, 2015

Rushed for 300+ yards Kansas State, 2017 (344)

Indiv. kicked last-second FG to win game JJ Molson (0:04) vs. California, 2017 (37 yds)

Rushed for less than 23 yards at Arizona State, 2008 (21)

Indiv. made 4+ field goals in a game 4 by Ka’imi Fairbairn vs. Wash. State, 2015

Passed for 400+ yards at Arizona State, 2014 (488)

Indiv. made 5+ field goals in a game 5 by Nate Fikse vs. Stanford, 2002

Passed for less than 75 yards vs. Oregon, 2017 (74)

Indiv. attempted 5 or more field goals in a game 5 by Kai Forbath at Tennessee, 2009

Had 500+ yards total offense Arizona State, 2017 (584)

Indiv. Returned Blocked FG for TD Sheldon Price at Washington State, 2012

Had 600+ yards total offense at Arizona, 2017 (605)

Indiv. Returned Blocked PAT for score Bret Lockett vs. Fresno State, 2008

Had less than 200 yards total off. 181 by Washington State, 2009

Indiv. Returned Blocked Punt for TD Jordan Lasley vs. Oregon State, 2016

Had less than 150 yards total off. 122 by Arizona State, 2008

Indiv. punted 10+ times Aaron Perez, 10 vs. USC, 2008

Had less than 100 yards total off. 42 by Arkansas, 1989

UCLA did not punt in a game 0, last vs. New Mexico State, 2013

Had less than 50 yards total off. 42 by Arkansas, 1989

Indiv. 5 or more punts downed inside the 20 6 by Matt Mengel vs. Arizona, 2014

Forced UCLA to have more than 5 Turnovers Notre Dame, 2007 (7)

Indiv. had 95+ yard intercept. ret. 96 by Ishmael Adams vs. Colorado, 2015

Intercepted four UCLA passes Utah, 2016 (4)

Indiv. had 3 or more consecutive 300-Yd. Total Off. Games Josh Rosen, 2017

Intercepted five UCLA passes Washington State, 2001 (5)

Had 350 or more all-purpose yards Christian McCaffrey, Stanford 2015 (369)

UCLA Recorded 10 or more sacks in game 11 vs. BYU, 1993

OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL RUSHING

Scored four touchdowns Joe Williams, Utah, 2016, (4)

Had 3 or more interceptions in a game Sheldon Price (3) vs. Houston, 2012 Had 5 or more tackles for loss in game Takkarist McKinley,(5.0), vs. Utah, 2016 Had 4 or more sacks in a game Brendon Ayanbadejo (4.0) vs. USC, 1998 Blocked a punt DeChaun Holiday, 2016 vs. Ore. State Blocked a PAT at Cal, 2012 (D. Jones, C. Marsh) Blocked a field goal Adarius Pickett, 2017 vs. Texas A&M UCLA recorded a safety at Washington State, 2012 (Anthony Barr) UCLA returned a fumble for a touchdown Osa Odighizuwa, at Washington, 2017

Defensive Player Scored a TD playing offense Kenny Clark, 3-yd pass from Rosen vs. Virginia, 2015 Scored four TDs in one quarter 4, fourth quarter vs. Texas A&M, 2017 Scored 40+ points in one half 1st half at Arizona, 2015 (42); 2nd half vs. Nevada, 2013 (41) Scored 50+ points in one half first half vs. Colorado, 1980 (56) Rallied from 20-point deficit 2017 vs. Texas A&M (down 10-44 in third quarter) Rallied to win from a fourth quarter double-digit deficit 17-44 v. Texas A&M, 2017 to win 45-44 Played game in snow 2011 at Utah (31º); snow showers; 2013 at Utah (42º) snow flurries Played a game in less than 30º temperature 2012 at Washington State (27º) Played a game in the rain away-2016 at Cal; home-2012 vs. USC

Caught 10 or more passes John Usua, Hawai'i, 2017 (10) Had multiple receivers catch 10+ passes Tyler Lockett (13), Curry Sexton (10) vs. Kansas State,2014

Rushed for 100+ yards Alex Delton, 2017 vs. Kansas State (158) Alex Barnes, 2017 vs. Kansas State (117)

Had 100+ yards receiving Anthony Miller, at Memphis, 2017 (185) Multiple receivers with 100+ yds receiving Tyler Lockett (164) and Curry Sexton (104), vs. Kansas State, 2014 Had 150+ yards receiving Anthony Miller, at Memphis, 2017 (185) Had 200+ yards receiving Marquise Lee at USC, 2011 (224) Had 3 or more TD catches Juron Criner, at Arizona, 2011 (3)

OPPONENT DEFENSE Had 15+ tackles Butch Pau’u, at BYU 2016 (19) Had 3 or more interceptions Kameron Jackson, at Cal, 2012 (3) Had 4 or more sacks Kylan Wilborn, at Arizona, 2017 (4.0) Blocked a punt Arizona State, 2017 Blocked a field goal at Stanford, 2017

OPPONENT MISCELLANEOUS

Kicked 50+ yard field goal Matt Gay, at Utah, 2017 (50)

Two Players Rushed for 100+ yards A. Delton (158) and A. Barnes (117), vs. K State, 2017

Made five or more field goals Matt Anderson at Cal, 2016 (5)

Rushed for 200+ yards Khalil Tate, at Arizona, 2017 (230)

Returned blocked field goal for score Oregon State, 2002

Rushed for 250+ yards Bryce Love, at Stanford, 2017 (263)

Scored on blocked punt Arizona State, 2017

Rushed for 300+ yards Joe Williams, Utah, 2016 (332)

Returned fumble for score Oregon State, 2016

Had run of 50+ yards Alex Delton, Kansas State, 2017 (68)

Returned interception for score at Arizona, 2017

Had run of 60+ yards Alex Delton, Kansas State, 2017 (68)

Recovered own offensive fumble for touchdown at Houston, 2011

Had run of 75+ yards Darrell Henderson, at Memphis, 2017 (80)

Blocked a PAT Rice, 2012

Had 35+ rushing attempts Tyler Gaffney, Stanford, 2013 (36)

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RECORDS

CAREER RECORDS

19. 20.

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

Years Carries Johnathan Franklin 2009-12 788 Gaston Green 1984-87 708 Paul Perkins 2013-15 622 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 Jones-Drew 2003-05 481 Kermit Johnson 1971-73 370 Kevin Williams 1989-92 418 Brian Brown 1986-90 456 James Owens 1975-78 414 Eric Ball 1985-88 401 Kenny Washington 1937-39 454 Greg Jones 1967-69 390 Manuel White 2001-04 408

TYG 4,620 3,884 3,611 3,297 3,454 3,341 3,240 3,373 2,954 2,882 2,687 2,650 2,551 2,348 2,175 2,134 2,041 2,275 1,940 1,893

YL 217 153 120 102 260 159 59 233 40 149 104 147 56 133 76 60 57 360 41 79

NYG 4,403 3,731 3,491 3,195 3,194 3,182 3,181 3,140 2,914 2,733 2,583 2,503 2,495 2,215 2,099 2,074 1,984 1,915 1,899 1,814

Avg 5.59 5.27 5.61 5.28 4.42 5.23 6.04 4.92 5.54 4.72 4.50 5.20 6.74 5.30 4.60 5.01 4.95 4.23 4.89 4.45

Years 2011-14 2015-17 1995-98 2002-05 1979-82 1999-02 1987-88 1990-91 1991-94 2009-12 2008-09 1969-70 1965-67 1983-86 2005-08 2009-12 1976-79 1962-64 1979-83 1980-84

Att 1,241 1,170 1,250 1,148 751 816 627 670 612 630 524 552 465 431 411 359 408 412 291 315

Comp 837 712 694 664 441 439 406 391 352 343 292 289 243 231 217 201 201 199 198 177

TD 75 59 68 67 50 42 41 33 34 23 9 29 23 16 15 12 20 21 15 12

Yds 9,966 9,341 10,708 8,532 6,168 6,877 5,298 5,363 4,723 4,277 3,063 4,356 4,087 2,931 2,478 2,473 2,840 2,857 2,480 2,165

Pct .675 .608 .555 .578 .587 .538 .648 .584 .575 .544 .557 .524 .522 .536 .528 .559 .493 .483 .680 .562

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

Years 1995-98 2011-14 2015-17 2002-05 1999-02 1979-82 1990-91 1987-88 1991-94 1969-70 2009-12 1965-67 2008-09 1983-86 1962-64 1976-79 1941-44 1972-75 1979-83 2005-08

Att 1,250 1,241 1,170 1,148 816 751 670 627 612 552 630 465 524 431 412 408 406 299 291 411

Comp 694 837 712 664 439 441 391 406 352 289 343 243 292 231 199 201 161 148 198 217

TD 68 75 59 67 42 50 33 41 34 29 23 23 9 16 21 20 24 15 15 15

Yds 10,708 9,966 9,341 8,532 6,877 6,168 5,363 5,298 4,723 4,356 4,277 4,087 3,063 2,931 2,857 2,840 2,824 2,651 2,480 2,478

Pct .555 .675 .608 .578 .538 .587 .584 .648 .575 .524 .544 .522 .557 .536 .483 .493 .397 .495 .680 .528

Rush 1,747 577 -154 -208 -427 87 119 1,271 -4 724 -185 1,813 4,403 -59 2,731 750 3,491 592

Pass 9,966 10,708 9,341 8,532 6,877 6,168 5,363 4,087 5,298 4,277 4,723 2,651 0 4,356 13 2,857 0 2,840

Yds 11,713 11,285 9,187 8,324 6,450 6,255 5,482 5,358 5,294 5,001 4,538 4,464 4,403 4,297 3,744 3,607 3,491 3,432

21. 22. 23. 24.

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

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

Brett Hundley Cade McNown Josh Rosen Drew Olson Cory Paus Tom Ramsey Tommy Maddox Gary Beban Troy Aikman Kevin Prince Wayne Cook John Sciarra Johnathan Franklin Dennis Dummit Gaston Green Larry Zeno Paul Perkins Rick Bashore

Years 2011-14 1995-98 2015-17 2002-05 1999-02 1979-82 1990-91 1965-67 1987-88 2009-12 1991-94 1972-75 2009-12 1969-70 1984-87 1962-64 2013-15 1976-79

Plays 1,720 1,563 1,298 1,347 960 1,055 837 937 784 867 746 670 788 726 709 701 622 720

1,451 1,386

1,881 1,881

3,332 3,267

Years 2012-15 2001-04 1992-95 2013-17 1996-99 1991-94 2012-15 2008-11 1989-92 1997-01 2008-11 1982-85 2011-13 2002-05 1986-89 1998-00 2015-17 2006-09 1982-86 1980-82 1984-87 2002-06 1994-97 1979-82

Jordan Payton Craig Bragg Kevin Jordan Darren Andrews Danny Farmer J.J. Stokes Devin Fuller Nelson Rosario Sean LaChapelle Brian Poli-Dixon Taylor Embree Mike Sherrard Shaq Evans Marcedes Lewis Mike Farr Freddie Mitchell Jordan Lasley Terrence Austin Karl Dorrell Cormac Carney Willie Anderson Junior Taylor Jim McElroy Jojo Townsell

No. 201 193 179 162 159 154 146 146 142 139 137 128 126 126 124 119 113 109 108 108 105 104 101 100

Yds 2,701 2,845 2,548 1,977 3,020 2,469 1,322 2,362 2,027 2,127 1,776 1,965 1,895 1,571 1,497 2,135 1,901 1,192 1,517 1,909 2,023 1,372 2,029 1,773

Avg 13.43 14.74 14.23 12.20 18.99 16.03 9.05 16.18 14.27 15.30 12.96 15.35 15.04 12.47 12.07 17.94 16.82 10.94 14.05 17.68 19.27 13.19 20.09 17.73

TD 14 19 12 15 19 28 10 8 14 20 4 10 14 21 2 10 14 5 9 8 14 9 14 20

Years 1996-99 2001-04 2012-15 1992-95 1991-94 2008-11 1998-00 1997-01 1994-97 1989-92 1984-87 2013-17 1982-85 1980-82 2015-17 2011-13 2008-11 1979-82 2013-15 2002-05

Danny Farmer Craig Bragg Jordan Payton Kevin Jordan J.J. Stokes Nelson Rosario Freddie Mitchell Brian Poli-Dixon Jim McElroy Sean LaChapelle Willie Anderson Darren Andrews Mike Sherrard Cormac Carney Jordan Lasley Shaq Evans Taylor Embree Jojo Townsell Thomas Duarte Marcedes Lewis

No. 159 193 201 179 154 146 119 139 101 142 105 162 128 108 113 126 137 100 97 126

Yds 3,020 2,845 2,701 2,548 2,469 2,362 2,135 2,127 2,029 2,027 2,023 1,977 1,965 1,909 1,901 1,895 1,776 1,773 1,626 1,571

Avg 18.99 14.74 13.43 14.23 16.03 16.18 17.94 15.30 20.09 14.27 19.27 12.20 15.35 17.68 16.82 15.04 12.96 17.73 16.76 12.47

TD 19 19 14 12 28 8 10 20 14 14 14 15 10 8 14 14 4 20 17 21

KOR 5 787 2,145 271 0 790 207 229 729 1,416 582 185 1,259 117 563 1,476

Tot 4,925 4,688 4,425 4,283 4,236 4,225 4,164 4,028 3,944 3,837 3,809 3,561 3,522 3,454 3,434 3,288 3,218 3,105 3,060 3,043

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

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

716 562

CAREER RECEIVING YARDS

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

1951-53 1958-60

CAREER RECEPTIONS (100 career recpt. and up list)

CAREER PASSING (based on completions) 1. Brett Hundley 2. Josh Rosen 3. Cade McNown 4. Drew Olson 5. Tom Ramsey 6. Cory Paus 7. Troy Aikman 8. Tommy Maddox 9. Wayne Cook 10. Kevin Prince 11. Kevin Craft 12. Dennis Dummit 13. Gary Beban 14. Matt Stevens 15. Patrick Cowan 16. Richard Brehaut Rick Bashore 18. Larry Zeno 19. Rick Neuheisel 20 Steve Bono

Paul Cameron Bill Kilmer

Johnathan Franklin Maurice Jones-Drew Terrence Austin Gaston Green Paul Perkins Chris Markey Craig Bragg DeShaun Foster Theotis Brown Skip Hicks Brian Brown Freeman McNeil Karim Abdul-Jabbar Greg Jones Wendell Tyler Jim McElroy Kevin Nelson Kermit Johnson Danny Farmer Tab Perry

Years 2009-12 2003-05 2006-09 1984-87 2013-15 2004-07 2001-04 1998-01 1976-78 1993-97 1987-90 1977-80 1992-95 1967-69 1973-76 1994-97 1980-83 1971-73 1996-99 2000-04

Plays 788 603 316 752 702 688 307 797 594 684 560 641 648 450 546 155 633 398 162 154

Rush 4,403 2,503 146 3,731 3,491 2,733 151 3,194 2,914 3,140 2,099 3,195 3,182 1,899 3,181 66 2,583 2,495 40 20

Rec 517 819 1,192 281 739 645 2,845 548 301 697 294 366 340 434 68 2,029 518 47 3,020 1,547

PR 579 942 6 57 961 57 39 68 -

2007-10 1982-85 2003-06 2012-15 1993-96 1986-89 1999-02 1995-98 1977-79 20161991-92

FGM 85 85 70 68 57 51 42 33 31 29 29

FGA 101 100 88 89 83 65 59 46 49 41 40

Lg 54 52 52 60 50 53 49 56 48 49 47

CAREER FIELD GOALS 1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

60

Years Kai Forbath John Lee Justin Medlock Ka'imi Fairbairn Bjorn Merten Alfredo Velasco Chris Griffith Chris Sailer Peter Boermeester JJ Molson Louis Perez


RECORDS CAREER SCORING (150 points and up list) 1. 2. 3.

Ka'imi Fairbairn John Lee Kai Forbath Justin Medlock 5. Skip Hicks 6. Bjorn Merten 7. Alfredo Velasco 8. DeShaun Foster 9. Chris Griffith 10. Gaston Green 11. Maurice Jones-Drew 12. Gary Beban 13. Chris Sailer 14. Johnathan Franklin 15. Efren Herrera 16. Paul Perkins 17. Brett Hundley 18. Joe Fleming 19. J.J. Stokes 20. JJ Molson 21. Theotis Brown 22. Peter Boermeester 23. Eric Ball 24. Kermit Johnson Bob Davenport * — two-point conversions

Years 2012-15 1982-85 2007-10 2003-06 1993-94, 96-97 1993-96 1986-89 1998-01 1999-02 1984-87 2003-05 1965-67 1995-98 2009-12 1971-73 2013-15 2011-14 1926-28 1991-94 20161976-78 1977-79 1985-88 1971-73 1953-55

CAREER TACKLES (1975-present) TD 0 0 0 0 55 0 0 44 0 40 39 35 0 33 0 32 31 22 28 0 27 0 26 25 25

PAT 209 135 102 147 0 130 114 1* 136 4* 0 2* 114 0 121 0 0 23 1* 76 0 67 0 0 0

FG 68 85 85 70 0 57 51 0 42 0 0 0 33 0 24 0 0 6 0 29 0 31 0 0 0

Pts 413 390 357 357 330 301 267 266 262 248 234 214 213 198 193 192 186 173 170 163 162 160 156 150 150

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

Kirk Wilson Jeff Locke Chris Kluwe Nate Fikse Aaron Perez Zenon Andrusyshyn Harold Barkate Kevin Buenafe Chris Sailer Darren Schager

Years 1956-58 2009-12 2001-04 1999-02 2005-08 1967-69 1985-88 1981-84 1995-98 1990-94

No. 77 275 154 267 286 136 128 232 241 221

Yds 3,432 12,163 6,624 11,420 12,220 5,798 5,392 9,766 10,120 9,274

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

Avg 44.57 44.23 43.01 42.77 42.73 42.63 42.13 42.09 41.99 41.96

11. 12. 13. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

CAREER PUNT RETURNS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 7. 9. 10.

Terrence Austin Paul Guidry Craig Bragg Ron Carver Darryl Henley Lupe Sanchez Ernie Johnson Joe Sabol Kenny Easley Ricky Manning

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

13. 14.

Terrence Austin Josh Smith Ishmael Adams Tab Perry Brian Brown Jim McElroy Wally Henry Jojo Townsell Ron Carver Shawn Wills Devin Fuller Chris Markey Matthew Slater Darnay Holmes Ricky Davis

Years 2006-09 2010-11 2013-16 2000-02 1986-89 1994-97 1974-76 1979-82 1969-71 1988-91 2012-15 2004-07 2004-07 20171990-92

No. 89 81 75 67 66 54 42 41 40 39 36 36 34 33 33

Yds 2,145 1,855 1,815 1,476 1,416 1,259 875 963 890 841 822 790 986 715 643

Avg 24.10 22.90 24.20 22.03 21.45 23.31 20.83 23.49 22.25 21.56 22.83 21.94 29.00 21.66 19.48

TD 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0

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

8.

Kenny Easley Carlton Gray James Washington Rahim Moore Eric Turner Marcus Turner Don Rogers Alterraun Verner Ricky Manning Craig Rutledge Lupe Sanchez Bill Stits

Years 1977-80 1989-92 1984-87 2008-10 1987-90 1985-88 1980-83 2006-09 1999-02 1983-86 1979-83 1951-53

No. 19 16 15 14 14 14 14 13 13 13 13 13

Yds 186 219 216 126 315 246 157 357 245 240 98 303

Avg 9.79 13.69 14.40 9.00 22.50 17.57 11.21 27.46 18.85 18.46 7.54 23.30

Carnell Lake Brian Price Dave Ball Bruce Davis Spencer Havner Anthony Barr Robert Thomas Terry Tumey Donnie Edwards Irv Eatman Jim Wahler Datone Jones Karl Morgan Jamir Miller Kenyon Coleman Korey Bosworth Neal Dellocono Martin Moss Eric Smith Justin Hickman Mark Walen Frank Stephens Reggie Carter

Years 1985-88 2007-09 2000-03 2004-07 2002-05 2010-13 1998-01 1984-87 1992-95 1979-82 1985-88 2008-12 1979-82 1991-93 1997-01 2006-09 1981-84 1978-81 1984-86, 88 2004-06 1982-85 1975-77 2006-09

No. 45.5 44.5 43.5 42.5 42.0 41.5 41.0 39.0 38.0 38.0 37.0 36.5 35.0 35.0 34.0 33.5 33.0 32.0 31.5 31.0 31.0 31.0 31.0

Dave Ball Bruce Davis Eric Smith Carnell Lake Terry Tumey Anthony Barr Jamir Miller Donnie Edwards Jim Wahler Mark Walen Justin Hickman Frank Stephens Takkarist McKinley Neal Dellocono Karl Morgan Martin Moss Manu Tuiasosopo

Years 2000-03 2004-07 1984-86, 88 1985-88 1984-87 2010-13 1991-93 1992-95 1985-88 1982-85 2004-06 1975-77 2014-16 1981-84 1979-82 1978-81 1975-78

No. 30.5 29.0 26.5 25.5 25.0 23.5 23.5 22.5 21.0 20.0 19.5 19.0 17.0 17.0 17.0 17.0 17.0

Years 2012-15 2002-05 1990-93 2008-12 2009-12 2009-12 2002-05 2013-17 2006-09 1995-98 2004-07 1990-93

No. 52 48 46 45 45 45 45 44 44 44 43 43

CAREER STARTS (1975-present) 1. 2. 3. 4.

Jake Brendel, ol Spencer Havner, lb Craig Novitsky, ol Jeff Baca, ol Johnathan Franklin, rb Sheldon Price, db Jarrad Page, db 8. Scott Quessenberry, ol Reggie Carter, lb Cade McNown, qb 11. Trey Brown, db Vaughn Parker, ol

CAREER INTERCEPTIONS 1. 2. 3. 4.

Tackles 481 468 405 402 374 369 347 339 332 313 312 309 304 294 293 292 287 284 281 280

CAREER SACKS (1975-present)

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

Years 2010-14 1975-78 1980-83 2002-05 1977-80 1987-90 1984-87 1984-87 1988-91 1975-77 1986-89 1982-85 2014-17 1985-88 1998-01 1975-78 1981-84 1985-88 1998-01 1988-91

CAREER TACKLES FOR LOSS (1975-present)

CAREER PUNTING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Eric Kendricks Jerry Robinson Don Rogers Spencer Havner Kenny Easley Eric Turner James Washington Ken Norton Matt Darby Frank Stephens Craig Davis Tommy Taylor Kenny Young Jim Wahler Robert Thomas Manu Tuiasosopo Neal Dellocono Carnell Lake Ryan Nece Stacy Argo

TD 1 2 1 0 1 3 1 4 0 2 1 0

61


RECORDS

SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS

15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

SINGLE-SEASON RUSHING - 1,000 YDS AND UP (1936-present) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22.

Year 2012 2014 1995 1986 1979 1975 2015 1978 1997 1994 1991 1973 2010 2001 2006 1980 1987 1976 2000 1996 2004 1976

Johnathan Franklin Paul Perkins Karim Abdul-Jabbar Gaston Green Freeman McNeil Wendell Tyler Paul Perkins Theotis Brown Skip Hicks Karim Abdul-Jabbar Kevin Williams Kermit Johnson Johnathan Franklin DeShaun Foster Chris Markey Freeman McNeil Gaston Green Theotis Brown DeShaun Foster Skip Hicks Maurice Jones-Drew Wendell Tyler

Carries 282 251 296 253 271 208 237 211 258 210 191 150 214 216 227 203 206 200 269 224 160 181

Yds 1,734 1,575 1,571 1,405 1,396 1,388 1,343 1,283 1,282 1,227 1,141 1,129 1,127 1,109 1,107 1,105 1,098 1,092 1,037 1,034 1,007 1,003

Avg 6.1 6.3 5.3 5.6 5.2 6.7 5.7 6.1 5.0 5.8 6.0 7.5 5.3 5.1 4.9 5.4 5.3 5.5 3.9 4.6 6.3 5.5

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

Year 2012 2015 2017 2014 2013 2005 2008 1988 1991 1982 1998 2004 1997 1983 1990 1994 1987 1996 1970 2009 2003

Att 478 487 452 392 371 378 417 354 343 336 357 341 312 267 327 302 273 336 344 308 325

Comp 318 292 283 271 248 242 232 228 209 209 207 196 189 185 182 179 178 176 175 173 173

Yds 3,740 3,670 3,756 3,155 3,071 3,198 2,341 2,771 2,681 2,986 3,470 2,565 3,116 2,245 2,682 2,501 2,527 2,424 2,393 2,050 2,067

1. 2. 3. 4.

7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 13. 14. 16. 17. 19.

Pct .665 .600 .626 .691 .667 .640 .556 .644 .609 .622 .580 .575 .606 .693 .557 .593 .652 .524 .510 .562 .532

TD 29 23 26 22 24 34 7 24 16 21 25 20 24 13 17 15 17 12 14 8 10

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

Josh Rosen Brett Hundley Josh Rosen Cade McNown Drew Olson Brett Hundley Cade McNown Brett Hundley Tom Ramsey Troy Aikman Tommy Maddox Tommy Maddox Drew Olson Troy Aikman Wayne Cook Cade McNown Dennis Dummit Kevin Craft Rick Neuheisel Cory Paus

Year 2017 2012 2015 1998 2005 2014 1997 2013 1982 1988 1990 1991 2004 1987 1994 1996 1970 2008 1983 2000

Att 452 478 487 357 378 392 312 371 336 354 327 343 341 273 302 336 344 417 267 241

Comp 283 318 292 207 242 271 189 248 209 228 182 209 196 178 179 176 175 232 185 134

Yds 3,756 3,740 3,670 3,470 3,198 3,155 3,116 3,071 2,986 2,771 2,682 2,681 2,565 2,527 2,501 2,424 2,393 2,341 2,245 2,154

Pct .626 .665 .600 .580 .640 .691 .606 .668 .622 .644 .557 .609 .575 .652 .593 .524 .510 .556 .693 .556

TD 26 29 23 25 34 22 24 24 21 24 17 16 20 17 15 12 14 7 13 17

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

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

Brett Hundley Brett Hundley Brett Hundley Josh Rosen Josh Rosen Cade McNown Drew Olson Cade McNown Tom Ramsey Troy Aikman Tommy Maddox Drew Olson Tommy Maddox Cade McNown

Year 2012 2013 2014 2015 2017 1998 2005 1997 1982 1988 1990 2004 1991 1996

Plays 638 531 551 524 502 432 428 391 470 432 417 394 420 424

Rush 355 748 644 15 -97 182 -48 26 138 83 148 106 -29 58

Pass 3,740 3,071 3,155 3,670 3,756 3,470 3,198 3,116 2,986 2,771 2,682 2,565 2,681 2,424

Total Yds 4,095 3,819 3,799 3,685 3,659 3,652 3,150 3,142 3,124 2,854 2,830 2,671 2,652 2,482

-87 20 -145 -88 424 179

2,527 2,341 2,501 2,393 1,828 2,050

2,440 2,361 2,356 2,305 2,252 2,229

Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. R-Fr.

J.J. Stokes Jordan Payton Freddie Mitchell Craig Bragg Kevin Jordan Sean LaChapelle Jordan Lasley Jordan Payton Mike Farr Nelson Rosario Darren Andrews Shaquelle Evans Devin Fuller Marcedes Lewis Danny Farmer Theo Howard Darren Andrews Craig Bragg Thomas Duarte Terrence Austin Brian Poli-Dixon

Year 1993 2015 2000 2003 1994 1991 2017 2014 1988 2011 2017 2012 2014 2005 1998 2017 2016 2002 2015 2008 2000

No. 82 78 77 73 73 73 69 67 66 64 60 60 59 58 58 56 55 55 53 53 53

Yds 1,181 1,105 1,494 1,065 1,228 1,056 1,264 954 700 1,161 773 877 447 741 1,274 594 709 889 872 460 750

Avg 14.4 14.2 19.4 14.6 16.8 14.5 18.3 14.2 10.6 18.1 12.9 14.6 7.6 12.8 22.0 10.6 12.9 16.2 16.5 8.7 14.2

TD 17 5 9 5 7 11 9 7 0 5 10 3 1 10 9 4 4 8 10 1 5

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

Freddie Mitchell Danny Farmer Jordan Lasley Kevin Jordan J.J. Stokes Nelson Rosario Jordan Payton Craig Bragg Sean LaChapelle Jim McElroy Jordan Payton Willie Anderson Craig Bragg Shaquelle Evans Thomas Duarte Brandon Breazell Cormac Carney Darren Andrews Brian Poli-Dixon Marcedes Lewis

Year 2000 1998 2017 1994 1993 2011 2015 2003 1991 1997 2014 1987 2002 2012 2015 2007 1982 2017 2000 2005

No. 77 58 69 73 82 64 78 73 73 47 67 48 55 60 53 51 46 60 53 58

Yds 1,494 1,274 1,264 1,228 1,181 1,161 1,105 1,065 1,056 988 954 903 889 877 872 810 779 773 750 741

Avg 19.4 22.0 18.3 16.8 14.4 18.1 14.2 14.6 14.5 21.0 14.2 18.8 16.2 14.6 16.5 15.9 16.9 12.9 14.2 12.8

TD 9 9 9 7 17 5 5 5 11 10 7 6 8 3 10 4 2 10 5 10

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

SINGLE-SEASON ALL-PURPOSE YARDS (1938-present) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 17. 19. 20.

SINGLE-SEASON TOTAL OFFENSE (1937-present) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

352 499 364 423 344 376

SINGLE-SEASON RECEIVING YARDS (1938-present)

SINGLE-SEASON PASSING YARDAGE (1937-present) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1987 2008 1994 1970 2011 2009

SINGLE-SEASON RECEPTIONS (1938-present)

SINGLE-SEASON PASSING COMPLETIONS (1937-present) (based on completions) 1. Brett Hundley 2. Josh Rosen 3. Josh Rosen 4. Brett Hundley 5. Brett Hundley 6. Drew Olson 7. Kevin Craft 8. Troy Aikman 9. Tommy Maddox 10. Tom Ramsey 11. Cade McNown 12. Drew Olson 13. Cade McNown 14. Rick Neuheisel 15. Tommy Maddox 16. Wayne Cook 17. Troy Aikman 18. Cade McNown 19. Dennis Dummit 20. Kevin Prince Drew Olson

Troy Aikman Kevin Craft Wayne Cook Dennis Dummit Kevin Prince Kevin Prince

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

Johnathan Franklin Terrence Austin Maurice Jones-Drew Terrence Austin Theotis Brown Paul Perkins Karim Abdul-Jabbar Skip Hicks Maurice Jones-Drew Paul Perkins Freeman McNeil Freddie Mitchell Gaston Green Kermit Johnson Theotis Brown Josh Smith Craig Bragg Wendell Tyler Tyler Ebell Chris Markey

Year 2012 2008 2005 2009 1978 2014 1995 1997 2004 2015 1979 2000 1986 1973 1976 2011 2003 1975 2002 2006

Rush 1,734 90 914 25 1,283 1,575 1,571 1,282 1,007 1,343 1,396 -1 1,405 1,129 1,092 26 0 1,388 994 1,107

Rec 323 460 453 455 74 201 188 389 262 242 140 1,494 70 0 92 243 1,065 0 72 261

KOR 5 1,109 69 1,036 447 0 0 0 185 0 0 0 0 317 223 1,132 0 0 43 0

PR Total Yds 0 2,062 219 1,878 427 1,863 302 1,818 0 1,804 0 1,776 0 1,759 0 1,671 152 1,606 0 1,585 0 1,536 0 1,493 0 1,475 0 1,446 0 1,407 0 1,401 302 1,388 0 1,388 273 1,382 0 1,377

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

SINGLE-SEASON PUNTING (1938-present) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 7. 9. 10.

62

Kirk Wilson Jeff Locke Art Steffan Kirk Maggio Aaron Perez Jeff Locke Nate Fikse Darren Schager Zenon Andrusyshyn Frank Corral

Year 1956 2010 1948 1989 2008 2011 2001 1994 1967 1976

No. 30 64 17 45 79 64 53 53 34 44

Yds 1,479 2,934 779 2,036 3,571 2,838 2,342 2,342 1,502 1,939

Avg 49.30 45.84 45.82 45.24 45.21 44.34 44.19 44.19 44.17 44.07

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


RECORDS SINGLE-SEASON FIELD GOALS (1942-present) Year 1984 2009 2006 2007 1985 1993 2015 1997 1987 2008 2014 2017 1988 2012 1986 1983 2004 1991 1982 1978

1. John Lee 2. Kai Forbath Justin Medlock 4. Kai Forbath 5. John Lee 6. Bjorn Merten 7. Ka'imi Fairbairn Chris Sailer Alfredo Velasco 10. Kai Forbath 11. Ka'imi Fairbarin 12. JJ Molson Alfredo Velasco 14. Ka'imi Fairbairn David Franey John Lee 17. Justin Medlock Louis Perez John Lee Peter Boermeester

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

FGM 32 28 28 25 22 21 20 20 20 19 18 17 17 16 16 16 15 15 15 15

Pct .889 .903 .875 .833 .880 .808 .833 .800 .833 .864 .818 .810 .895 .727 .762 .800 .750 .714 .789 .714

6. Ishmael Adams Josh Smith 8. Tab Perry 9. Ishmael Adams 10. Tab Perry

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

9. 10. 12. 14. 16. 18. 19. 20.

Skip Hicks Maurice Jones-Drew Skip Hicks John Lee Justin Medlock Chris Sailer Kai Forbath Alfredo Velasco Ka'imi Fairbairn Kai Forbath John Lee Ka'imi Fairbairn Chris Sailer J.J. Stokes Gaston Green Ka'imi Fairbairn Ka'imi Fairbairn JJ Molson Kermit Johnson Bjorn Merten

Year 1997 2005 1996 1984 2006 1997 2009 1987 2015 2007 1985 2012 1998 1993 1986 2014 2013 2017 1973 1993

TD 26 20 20 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 17 0 0 0 16 0

PAT 0 0 0 21 29 52 24 48 47 30 39 56 62 0 0 47 60 49 0 32

FG 0 0 0 32 28 19 28 20 20 25 22 16 14 0 0 18 14 17 0 21

Pts 156 120 120 117 113 109 108 108 107 105 105 104 104 102 102 101 101 100 96 95

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10. 12. 14. 15. 16.

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

4. 6. 7. 9. 11.

18.

Skip Hicks Maurice Jones-Drew Skip Hicks J.J. Stokes Gaston Green Kermit Johnson Paul Perkins Johnathan Franklin John Sciarra Gary Beban DeShaun Foster DeShaun Foster Jermaine Lewis Karim Abdul-Jabbar Theotis Brown Paul Cameron Joe Fleming Brett Hundley Joseph Fauria Maurice Jones-Drew DeShaun Foster Gaston Green

Year 1997 2005 1996 1993 1986 1973 2015 2012 1975 1965 2001 2000 1998 1995 1976 1953 1926 2013 2012 2004 1998 1987

No. 26 20 20 17 17 16 15 15 14 14 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 12 12 12 12 12

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

11.

14. 15. 16.

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

1. Craig Bragg 2. Terrence Austin Ron Carver 4. Terrence Austin 5. Tim McAteer 6. Paul Guidry 7. Lupe Sanchez 8. Kenny Easley 9. Paul Guidry Ron Carver

No. 38 33 33 31 30 29 28 27 25 25

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

9.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Josh Smith Terrence Austin Terrence Austin Matthew Slater Darnay Holmes

No. 49 46 43 34 33

Jerry Robinson Jerry Robinson Eric Kendricks Eric Kendricks Jerry Robinson Craig Davis Don Rogers Eric Turner Frank Stephens Brandon Chillar Don Rogers Spencer Havner Ken Norton Don Rogers Terry Tautolo Jayon Brown Frank Stephens James Washington

Year 1978 1976 2012 2014 1977 1989 1983 1989 1977 2003 1981 2004 1987 1982 1975 2016 1976 1984

No. 161 159 150 149 147 143 143 141 136 133 133 125 125 124 120 119 119 119

R-Sr. Jr. Fr. R-So. Jr.

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

Robert Thomas Brian Price Marvcus Patton Anthony Barr Donnie Edwards Dave Ball Anthony Barr Datone Jones Justin Hickman Carnell Lake Takkarist McKinley Jamir Miller Irv Eatman Bruce Davis Bruce Davis Spencer Havner Dave Ball Kenyon Coleman Brendon Ayanbadejo George Kase

Year 2001 2009 1989 2012 1994 2003 2013 2012 2006 1987 2016 1993 1980 2006 2007 2005 2002 2001 1997 1995

No. 26.0 23.5 22.0 21.5 21.0 20.5 20.0 19.0 19.0 19.0 18.0 18.0 18.0 17.5 15.5 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0

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

Carlton Gray Rahim Moore Bob Stiles Bill Stits Marvin Goodwin Don Rogers Kenny Easley Bob Waterfield Larry Atkins Craig Rutledge Tom Sullivan Kenny Easley John Nanoski Jimmy Allen Ron Carver Sandy Green Milt Davis Ernie Johnson Ben Reiges

Year 1991 2009 1965 1952 1993 1983 1978 1942 1997 1986 1981 1977 1973 1972 1969 1967 1952 1946 1946

No. 11 10 9 8 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

Yds 132 79 125 235 136 81 71 96 154 104 28 33 106 42 97 51 83 58 —

SINGLE-SEASON SACKS (1975-present) 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. R-Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr.

Yds 1,132 1,109 1,036 986 715

Avg 23.1 24.1 24.1 29.0 21.7

Cl Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr.

1. 2. 3. 4.

8. 9. 12.

SINGLE-SEASON KICKOFF RETURNS (1940-present) Year 2011 2008 2009 2007 2017

22.9 22.6 20.6 22.7 25.0

SINGLE-SEASON INTERCEPTIONS (1942-present)

SINGLE-SEASON PUNT RETURNS (1940-present) Year 2003 2009 1969 2007 1965 1993 1982 1979 1995 1971

734 723 598 591 626

SINGLE-SEASON TACKLES FOR LOSS (1975-present)

SINGLE-SEASON TOUCHDOWNS (1940-present) 1. 2.

32 32 29 26 25

SINGLE-SEASON TACKLES (1975-present)

SINGLE-SEASON SCORING (1942-present) 1. 2. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7.

2016 2010 2000 2014 2002

14.

63

Dave Ball Anthony Barr Carnell Lake Bruce Davis Justin Hickman Donnie Edwards Jamir Miller Bruce Davis Dave Ball Marvcus Patton Eric Smith Takkarist McKinley Anthony Barr Deon Hollins Brendon Ayanbadejo Mark Walen Terry Tumey Neal Dellocono Manu Tuiasosopo

Year 2003 2012 1987 2006 2006 1994 1993 2007 2002 1989 1986 2016 2013 2014 1998 1985 1985 1984 1976

No. 16.5 13.5 13.0 12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 12.0 11.0 11.0 11.0 10.0 10.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.0

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

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.


RECORDS

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

PASSING

OFFENSE

ATTEMPTS

PLAYS Game: 76 — Mike Fafaul, vs. Utah, 2016 Season: 638 — Brett Hundley, 2012 Career: 1,720 — Brett Hundley, 2012-14

YARDS GAINED Game: 515 — Cade McNown vs Miami, 1998 Season: 4,095 — Brett Hundley, 2012 Career: 11,713 — Brett Hundley, 2012-14

YARDS PER GAME Season: 332.6 — Josh Rosen, 2017 Career: 292.8 — Brett Hundley, 2012-14

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 and Karim Abdul-Jabbar vs Stanford, 1995 Season: 296 — Karim Abdul-Jabbar, 1995 Career: 788 — Johnathan Franklin, 2009-12

YARDS GAINED Game: 322 — Maurice Jones-Drew at Washington, 2004 Season: 1,734 — Johnathan Franklin, 2012 Career: 4,403 — Johnathan Franklin, 2009-12

YARDS PER GAME Season: 142.8 — Karim Abdul-Jabbar, 1995

GAMES GAINING 100 YARDS OR MORE Season: 9 — Johnathan Franklin, 2012 (8 — Karim Abdul-Jabbar, 1995; Gaston Green, 1986; Freeman McNeil,1980 and 1979; Wendell Tyler, 1975) Career: 20 — Gaston Green, 1984-87; 19 Franklin, 2009-12

CONSECUTIVE GAMES GAINING 100 YARDS OR MORE Season: 7 — Gaston Green, 1986 (6 — Tyler Ebell, 2002) Two-Seasons: 8 straight games — Gaston Green, 1986-87; note --- 9 (in consecutive games played in, but missing game due to injury) — Freeman McNeil, 1979-80

GAMES GAINING 200 YARDS OR MORE Season: 3 — Karim Abdul-Jabbar, 1995 (consecutive) Career: 3 — Gaston Green, 1984-87; Karim Abdul-Jabbar, 1992-95; Johnathan Franklin, 2009-12

GAMES GAINING 100 YARDS RUSHING AND 100 YARDS RECEIVING Career: 2 — Skip Hicks, 1997 vs Washington (147 rushing, 106 receiving); Skip Hicks, 1996 vs Cal (146 rush, 113 recv.)

YARDS GAINED, QUARTERBACK Game: 178 — John Sciarra vs Tennessee, 1974 Season: 815 — Jeff Dankworth, 1976 Career: 1,813 — John Sciarra, 1972-75

YARDS GAINED, FRESHMAN Game: 227 — Eric Ball (redshirt freshman) vs Iowa, 1986 Rose Bowl; 186 Kevin Nelson (true freshman), 1980 vs Arizona State Season: 994 — Tyler Ebell (redshirt freshman), 2002; 673 — DeShaun Foster (true freshman), 1998

AVERAGE PER CARRY Game (Min. 100 Yards): 36.0 — Bill Bolden vs Cal,1969 (3 for 108) Season (Min. 40 Carries): 12.2—Jackie Robinson,1939 (42 for 514) Season (Min. 100 Carries): 7.5 — Kermit Johnson,1973(150 for 1,129) Career (Min.100 Carries): 6.7—Kermit Johnson,1971-73 (370 for 2,495)

TOUCHDOWNS Game: 5 — Maurice Jones-Drew at Washington, 2004; *With 4 — Myles Jack (true freshman) vs Wash., 2013; 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 (redshirt freshman) 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

Career Games with at least 10 Recept.: 3 — Jordan Lasley, 2015-17 and J.J. Stokes, 1991-93

Game: 70 — Mike Fafaul, vs. Utah, 2016 Season: 487 — Josh Rosen, 2015 Two Straight Seasons: 849 — Brett Hundley, 2012-13 Career: 1,250 — Cade McNown, 1995-98

RECEPTIONS BY RUNNING BACK

COMPLETIONS

RECEPTIONS BY A TIGHT END

Game: 40 — Josh Rosen at Stanford, 2017 and Mike Fafaul, vs. Utah, 2016 Season: 318 — Brett Hundley, 2012 Season (Freshman): 318 — Brett Hundley, 2012 (redshirt); 292 — Josh Rosen (true) Two Straight Seasons: 566 — Brett Hundley, 2012-13 Career: 837 — Brett Hundley, 2012-14

Game: 15 — Caleb Wilson, 2017 Season: 58 — Marcedes Lewis, 2005 Career: 126 — Marcedes Lewis, 2002-05

HIGHEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE Game (Min. 15 Attempts): 92.6% — Rick Neuheisel vs Washington, 1983 (25 of 27, NCAA Record at time) Season (Min. 75 Attempts): 69.3% — Rick Neuheisel, 1983 (185 of 267) Career (Min. 175 Completions): 68.0% — Rick Neuheisel, 1979-83 (198 of 291) Career (Min. 200 Completions): 67.4% — Brett Hundley, 201214 (837 of 1,241)

HIGHEST EFFICIENCY RATING Season: 168.6 — Cade McNown, 1997 Career: 152.9 — Troy Aikman, 1987-88

INTERCEPTIONS Game: 5 — Steve Bukich vs Washington, 1974 and 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: 3,756 — Josh Rosen, 2017 Season (Freshman): 3,740 — Brett Hundley, 2012 (redshirt) 3,670 — Josh Rosen, 2015 (true) Two Straight Seasons: 6,811 — Brett Hundley, 2012-13 Career: 10,708 — Cade McNown, 1995-98

YARDS PER GAME Season: 341.5 — Josh Rosen, 2017 Season (True or RS Freshman): 282.2 Josh Rosen, 2015 Career: 311.4 — Josh Rosen, 2015-17

GAMES PASSING FOR 350 YARDS OR MORE

Game: 9 — George Farmer vs. Wisconsin, 1969 Season: 36 — George Farmer, 1969 Career: 80 — Paul Perkins, 2013-15

YARDS GAINED Game (by wr): 263 — J.J. Stokes vs USC, 1992 Game (by te): 208 — Caleb Wilson vs Texas A&M, 2017 Game (by rb): 130 — Kermit Alexander vs TCU, 1961 Season: 1,494 — Freddie Mitchell, 2000 Career: 3,020 — Danny Farmer, 1996-99 Career Games, at least 160 Recev. Yds.: 5 — J.J. Stokes, 1991-94

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES OVER 100 RECEIVING YARDS 4 — Jordan Lasley, 2017 and Freddie Mitchell, 2000 and Kevin Jordan, 1994

AVERAGE PER GAME Season: 140.4 — Jordan Lasley, 2017 Career: 82.1 — Freddie Mitchell, 1998-00

AVERAGE PER RECEPTION Season (Min. 9): 30.1 — Raymond Burks, 1973 (9 for 271 yds.) Career (Min. 50): 20.3 — Jim McElroy,1994-97 (96 for 1,945 yds.)

TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS Game: 4 — Jojo Townsell vs Long Beach State, 1982 and J.J. Stokes vs Washington, 1993 Season: 17 — J.J. Stokes, 1993 Season (True Freshman): 3 — Thomas Duarte, 2013 and Raymond Burks, 1973 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 vs Wisconsin, 1952; Bob Moore vs Stanford, 1950 and Purdue, 1950; Bob Waterfield vs California, 1944 and Santa Clara,1942 Season: 91 — Aaron Perez, 2007; Chris Kluwe, 2003 Career: 286 — Aaron Perez, 2005-2008

AVERAGE PER PUNT

Season: 6 — Josh Rosen, 2017 Career: 10 — Josh Rosen, 2015-17

Season (Min. 30): 49.3 — Kirk Wilson, 1956 (30 for 1,479 yds) Career (Min. 75): 44.57 — Kirk Wilson, 1956-58 (77 for 3,432 yds)

GAMES PASSING FOR 300 YARDS OR MORE

TOTAL YARDS

Season: 7 — Josh Rosen, 2017 Career: 17 — Josh Rosen, 2015-17 Consecutive Games, over multiple seasons: 7 Josh Rosen, 2016-17 Consecutive Games in same season: 5 — Josh Rosen, 2017

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

TOUCHDOWN PASSES Game: 6 — Drew Olson vs Oregon State, 2005 Season: 34 — Drew Olson, 2005 Two Seasons: 54 — Drew Olson, 2004-05; (53) B. Hundley, 2012-13 Career: 75 — Brett Hundley, 2012-14

MOST CONSECUTIVE PASSES COMPLETED 17 — Rick Neuheisel vs Washington, 1983

MOST CONSECUTIVE PASSES WITHOUT AN INTERCEPTION

INTERCEPTIONS NUMBER OF INTERCEPTIONS Game: 3 — Sheldon Price vs Houston, 2012 and Tevin McDonald vs Cal, 2011and Rahim Moore vs San Diego St., 2009 and Darryl Henley vs Oregon St., 1986 and Craig Rutledge vs Oregon St., 1986 and Ron Carver vs Texas, 1971 Season: 11 — Carlton Gray, 1991 Career: 19 — Kenny Easley, 1977-80

Overall: 245 — Josh Rosen, 2015 (3rd qtr of Stanford, game 6, to 3rd qtr of USC, game 12); Also --199 Drew Olson, 2005 (1st quarter of game six vs. Washington State into 1st quarter vs. Northwestern); Also -- 198 — Cory Paus, 2000-2001 (last two games of 2000 into 2nd quarter of seventh game of 2001) One Season: 245 — Josh Rosen, 2015 (3rd qtr of game six vs Stanford through 3rd qtr game 12 vs. USC)

YARDS GAINED

LONGEST PASS PLAY

TOUCHDOWNS

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)

RECEIVING

Game: 2 — Brian Baggott vs Cal, 1978 Season: 2 — Ishmael Adams, 2014 and Akeem Ayers, 2009 and Alterraun Verner, 2006 and Spencer Havner, 2002 and Blanchard Montgomery, 1982 and Brian Baggott, 1978 and Jerry Robinson, 1976 and John Brown, 1958 Career: 4 — Alterraun Verner, 2006-09

RECEPTIONS

LONGEST RETURN

95 yards —Wayne Cook to J.J. Stokes vs Washington, 1993

LONGEST PASS (IN AIR) 62 yards — Kenny Washington to Hal Hirshon vs USC, 1937

Game: 15 — Caleb Wilson vs. Texas A&M, 2017 Overall Season: 82 — J.J. Stokes, 1993 (Reg. Season only: 75 — Jordan Payton, 2015) Career: 201 — Jordan Payton, 2012-15 True Freshman (Game): 7 — Devin Fuller, 2012 at Stanford

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100 yards — Jimmy Allen vs California, 1973 and Alan Dial vs Oregon State, 1986 and Dennis Price vs California, 1987


RECORDS PUNT RETURNS NUMBER OF RETURNS Game: 8 — Paul Guidry vs Washington St., 1993 and Severn Reece vs Arizona, 1976 and Tim McAteer vs Air Force, 1965 and Gene Rowland vs USC, 1946 Season: 38 — Craig Bragg, 2003 Career: 95 — Terrence Austin, 2006-09

YARDS GAINED Game: 162 — Maurice Jones-Drew vs California, 2005 Season: 427 — Maurice Jones-Drew, 2005 Career: 961 — Craig Bragg, 2001-04

Season: 2,062 Johnathan Franklin, 2012 (1,734 rush, 323 receiving, 5 kickoff return) Career: 4,925 Johnathan Franklin, 2009-12 (4,403 rush, 517 receiving, 5 kickoff return)

HIGHEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

DEFENSE (1975 - Present)

CONSECUTIVE GAMES IN WHICH KICKED FG 15 — Peter Boermeester, 1978-79 (Last 10-1978, first 5-1979)

TACKLES Game: 28 — Jerry Robinson vs Air Force, 1976 Season: 161 — Jerry Robinson, 1978 Career: 481 — Eric Kendricks, 2010-14

SACKS

Season (Min. 10): 28.5 — Maurice Jones-Drew, 2005 (15 for 427 yds) Career (Min. 20): 23.1 — Maurice Jones-Drew, 2003-05 (24-559)

Game: 4.5 — Donnie Edwards vs SMU, 1994 and Jamir Miller vs BYU, 1993 Season: 16.5 — Dave Ball, 2003 Career: 30.5 — Dave Ball, 2000-03

TOUCHDOWNS

TACKLES FOR LOSS

AVERAGE PUNT RETURN

Season: 3 — Maurice Jones-Drew, 2005 and Sam Brown, 1955 Career: 4 —Maurice Jones-Drew, 2003-05 and Sam Brown, 1953-55

LONGEST RETURN

Game: 6.0 — Donnie Edwards at Arizona, 1994 Season: 26.0 — Robert Thomas, 2001 Career: 45.5 — Carnell Lake, 1985-88

SCORING

KICKOFF RETURNS

POINTS SCORED

Game: 8 — Josh Smith, at Arizona State, 2010 Season: 49 — Josh Smith, 2011 Career: 89 — Terrence Austin, 2006-09

YARDS GAINED Game: 206 — Terrence Austin vs Fresno State, 2008 Season: 1,132 — Josh Smith, 2011 Career: 2,145 — Terrence Austin, 2006-09

MOST CONSECUTIVE SEASONS SCORING 100 POINTS 4 — Ka'imi Fairbairn (2012, 2013, 2014, 2015)

TOUCHDOWNS

LONGEST RETURN 103 yards — Al Hoisch vs Illinois, 1947 Rose Bowl

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS YARDS GAINED Game: 384 — Maurice Jones-Drew vs Washington, 2004 (322 rushing, 62 kickoff return)

MOST FIELD GOALS MADE 50+ YARDS Game: 2 — Kai Forbath vs BYU (Las Vegas Bowl), 2007 and Justin Medlock vs Oregon, 2004 Season: 5 — Kai Forbath, 2007 Career: 10 — Kai Forbath, 2007-10

LONGEST FIELD GOAL 60 yards — Ka'imi Fairbairn vs California, 2015

LONGEST DROP KICK

Game: 30 — Maurice Jones-Drew vs California, 2005 and at Washington, 2004 (5 TD); also 26 — Joe Fleming vs Redlands, 1926 (3TD, 2FG, 2PAT) Season: 156 — Skip Hicks, 1997 Season (Kicking): 117 — John Lee, 1984 Season True Freshman (Kicking): 104 — Ka'imi Fairbairn, 2012 Career: 413 — Ka'imi Fairbairn, 2012-15 Career (Non-Kicking): 324 — Skip Hicks, 1993-94, 1996-97

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) 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 (also 15 — Chris Sailer, 1997) *Consecutive fgs made under 50 yards in length — Kai Forbath, 2009-10, 40 straight

54 yards — Kai Forbath vs Oregon, 2007

AVERAGE PER RETURN

TOUCHDOWNS

CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS MADE

LONGEST FIELD GOAL BY FRESHMAN

96 yards — Craig Bragg vs USC, 2004

NUMBER OF RETURNS

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)

Game: 5 — Maurice Jones-Drew vs Cal, 2005 and at Washington, 2004 Season: 26 — Skip Hicks, 1997 Career: 55 — Skip Hicks, 1993-94, 1996-97

MOST FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 6 — John Lee vs San Diego State, 1984 Season: 32 — John Lee, 1984 Career: 85 — Kai Forbath, 2007-10 and John Lee, 1982-85

MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 7 — Efren Herrera vs Washington, 1971 Season: 36 — John Lee, 1984 Career: 101 — Kai Forbath, 2007-10

UCLA BOWL GAME RECORDS

27 yards — Mike Frankovich vs Utah, 1933

POINTS AFTER TOUCHDOWN MADE Game: 9 — Zenon Andrusyshyn vs Pittsburgh, 1968 and Efren Herrera vs Utah, 1973 and Justin Medlock vs Rice, 2005 Season: 60 — Efren Herrera, 1973 Career: 209 — Ka'imi Fairbairn, 2012-15

POINTS AFTER TOUCHDOWN ATTEMPTED Game: 9 — Justin Medlock vs Rice, 2005 and Efren Herrera vs Utah, 1973 and vs Washington, 1973 and Zenon Andrusyshyn vs Pittsburgh, 1968 Season: 64 — Efren Herrera, 1973 Career: 214 — Ka'imi Fairbairn, 2012-15

KICKING POINTS SCORED Game: 18 — John Lee vs San Diego State, 1984 (6 FG) and Chris Sailer vs Washington, 1998 (5 FG, 3 PAT) Season: 117 — John Lee, 1984 Career: 413 — Ka'imi Fairbairn, 2012-15

CONSECUTIVE POINTS AFTER TD MADE 113 — Justin Medlock, 2003-06 (Last 34 of 2004, all 50 in 2005 and all 29 in 2006); also108 — John Lee, 198285 (Last 15 of 1982, all 33 of 1983, all 21 of 1984 and all 39 of 1985)

TEAM Overall Record: 16-19-1 Points: — 50, 2005 Sun Bowl v. Northwestern Most Points Allowed: — 51, 1995 Aloha Bowl v. Kansas Fewest Points Allowed: — 3, 1991 Hancock Bowl v. Illinois and 1989 Cotton Bowl v. Arkansas Total Offensive Plays: — 84, 1984 Rose Bowl v. Illinois Total Offensive Yards: — 538, 1999 Rose Bowl v. Wisconsin Rush Attempts: — 55, 1989 Cotton Bowl v. Arkansas and 1986 Rose Bowl v. Iowa and1978 Fiesta Bowl v. Arkansas Net Yards Rushing: — 423, 1986 Freedom Bowl v. BYU Passing Yards: — 418, 1999 Rose Bowl v. Wisconsin Passes Attempted: — 50, 2012 Holiday Bowl v. Baylor Passes Completed: — 28, 1994 Rose Bowl v. Wisconsin Interceptions By: — 4, 1984 Rose Bowl v. Illinois First Downs: — 31, 1994 Rose Bowl v. Wisconsin Punts: — 11, 1966 Rose Bowl v. Michigan State Punting Average: — 47.8, 1981 Bluebonnet Bowl v. Michigan Penalties: — 15, 2014 Valero Alamo Bowl v. Kansas State Penalty Yards: — 143, 1981 Bluebonnet Bowl v. Michigan Touchdowns: — 7, 2005 Sun Bowl v. Northwestern (6, 2013 Sun Bowl; 1986 Rose Bowl v. Iowa; 1984 Rose Bowl v. Illinois

INDIVIDUAL Total Offensive Plays: 59 — Brett Hundley, 2013 Holiday Bowl v. Baylor Total Offensive Yards: 387 — Brett Hundley, 2013 Sun Bowl v. Virginia Tech Rushing Attempts: 33 — Gaston Green, 1986 Freedom Bowl v. BYU Net Rushing Yards: 266 — Gaston Green, 1986 Freedom Bowl v. BYU Longest Rush: 86 — Brett Hundley, 2013 Sun Bowl v. Virginia Tech Rushing Touchdowns: 4 — Eric Ball, 1986 Rose Bowl v. Iowa Passing Yards: 340 — Cade McNown, 1999 Rose Bowl v. Wisconsin Passes Attempted: 50 — Brett Hundley, 2012 Holiday Bowl v. Baylor Passes Completed: 28 — Wayne Cook, 1994 Rose Bowl v. Wisconsin Touchdown Passes: 4 — Rick Neuheisel, 1984 Rose Bowl v. Illinois Receptions: 14 — J.J. Stokes, 1994 Rose Bowl v. Wisconsin Receiving Yards: 180 — Freddie Mitchell, 2000 Sun Bowl v. Wisconsin Touchdown Receptions: 2 — Craig Bragg, 2004 Las Vegas Bowl v. Wyoming and Karl Dorrell, 1984 Rose Bowl v. Illinois and Wally Henry, 1976 Rose Bowl v. Ohio State Longest Pass Play: 78 — Patrick Cowan to Brandon Breazell, 2006 Emerald Bowl v. Florida St. Points: 24 — Eric Ball, 1986 Rose Bowl v. Iowa Touchdowns: 4 — Eric Ball, 1986 Rose Bowl v. Iowa Interceptions: 2 — Don Rogers, 1984 Rose Bowl v. Illinois and Bob Stiles, 1966 Rose Bowl v. Michigan State Punts: 9 — Chris Kluwe, 2003 Silicon Valley Classic v. Fresno State and Larry Cox, 1966 Rose Bowl v. Michigan State Punting Average: 47.8 — Kevin Buenafe, 1981 Bluebonnet Bowl v. Michigan Punt Returns: 5 — Lupe Sanchez, 1984 Rose Bowl v. Illinois Punt Return Yardage: 89 — Craig Bragg, 2002 Las Vegas Bowl v. New Mexico Longest Punt Return: 74 — Craig Bragg, 2002 Las Vegas Bowl v. New Mexico Kickoff Returns: 6 — Roosevelt Davis, 2015 Foster Farms Bowl and Wally Henry, 1976 Liberty Bowl v. Alabama Kickoff Return Yardage: 178 — Al Hoisch, 1947 Rose Bowl v. Illinois Longest Kickoff Return: 103 — Al Hoisch, 1947 Rose Bowl v. Illinois All-Purpose Yards: 266 — Gaston Green, 1986 Freedom Bowl v. BYU Field Goals: 3 — Kai Forbath, 2007 Las Vegas Bowl v. BYU and John Lee, 1985 Fiesta Bowl v. Miami

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TRUE FRESHMAN RECORDS

RUSHING

KICKING

PASSING

MOST YARDS GAINED

MOST FIELD GOALS MADE

Game: 186 — Kevin Nelson vs Arizona State, 1980 Season: 673 by DeShaun Foster,1998

Season: 16 — Ka'imi Fairbairn, 2012

MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS

Season (min. 15 made): .789 — John Lee, 1982 (15-19)

Game: 31 — Kevin Nelson vs Arizona State, 1980 Season: 135 by Maurice Jones-Drew, 2003

MOST FIELD GOALS MADE 50+ YARDS

YARDS GAINED Game: 399 — Josh Rosen vs Cal, 2015 Season: 3,670 — Josh Rosen, 105

TOUCHDOWN PASSES Game: 3 — Josh Rosen vs Nebraska, Cal and UVa, 2015 and Cade McNown vs. Kansas, 1995 Season: 23 — Josh Rosen, 2015

300-YARD PASSING GAMES

MOST100-YARD RUSHING GAMES Season: 2 — Skip Hicks vs Nebraska and Arizona State, 1993 and Gaston Green vs Miami and USC, 1984 and Kevin Nelson vs Arizona State and Wisconsin, 1980

Season: 6 — Josh Rosen, 2015

MOST YARDS RUSHING IN FIRST GAME

MOST PASSING ATTEMPTS

Game: 120 — Myles Jack at Arizona, 2013

Game: 57 — Josh Rosen vs Washington State, 2015 Season: 487 — Josh Rosen, 2015

LONGEST RUSH

MOST COMPLETIONS Game: 34 — Josh Rosen vs Cal, 2015 Season: 292 — Josh Rosen, 2015

LONGEST PASS PLAY Game: 70 yards — Josh Rosen to Darren Andrews at Stanford, 2015

MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS Game: 4 — Myles Jack at Arizona, 2013 Season: 10 — DeShaun Foster, 1998

MOST RECEPTIONS

SACKS

Game: 7 — Devin Fuller at Stanford, 2012 Season: 40 — Taylor Embree, 2008

MOST YARDS RECEIVING Game: 90 — Taylor Embree vs Cal, 2008 Season: 531 — Taylor Embree, 2008

TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS Game: 2 — Brian Poli-Dixon, 1997 vs Houston and Brad Melsby vs Kansas, 1995 Season: 3 — Thomas Duarte, 2013 and Raymond Burks, 1973

LONGEST RECEPTION Game: 82 yards by Raymond Burks vs Oregon State, 1973

100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES Season: none

Josh Rosen

LONGEST FIELD GOAL 50 yards — John Lee vs Stanford, 1982

MOST PUNTS Season: 68 — Nate Fikse, 1999 Season: 2,857 — Nate Fikse, 1999

MOST PUNTS INSIDE THE 20-YARD LINE Season: 19 — Chris Sailer, 1995

HIGHEST PUNTING AVERAGE Season: 42.3 — Chris Sailer, 1995

DEFENSE TACKLES

Game: 1 — John Lee, 1982 vs Stanford (50 yards) Season: 1 — John Lee, 1982

MOST PUNTING YARDAGE

83 yards by Maurice Jones-Drew vs Arizona State, 2003

RECEIVING

HIGHEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

Season: 93 — Kenny Easley, 1977 Season: 5.0 — Jamir Miller, 1991

TACKLES FOR LOSS Season: 10.0 — Ricky Manning, 1999

INTERCEPTIONS Season: 5 — Matt Ware, 2001

SCORING POINTS SCORED Season: 104 — Ka'imi Fairbairn, 2012 Season (Non-Kicking): 72 — DeShaun Foster, 1998

TOUCHDOWNS IN A GAME Game: 4 — Myles Jack at Arizona, 2013

Myles Jack

Ka'imi Fairbairn

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TEAM SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS

FIRST DOWNS

Most Points in 2nd Quarter (Since 1958): 30 at Washington State, 2012; Most Points in 3rd Quarter (Since 1958): 28 at Nebraska, 2013; vs Arizona State, 2000 Most Points in 4th Quarter (Since 1958): 28 vs. Texas A&M, 2017; vs Virginia Tech, 2013; vs. Oregon State, 2007; vs Stanford, 1973; Most Points Allowed: 103 vs Whittier, 1920

Most Plays: 1,095 — 2012 Fewest Plays: 458 — 1943 Most Yards: 6,531 — 2012 Fewest Yards: 1,290 — 1943 Highest Average Per Game: 487.3 — 1998 Lowest Average Per Game: 143.3 — 1943

Most Total First Downs: 331 — 2012 Fewest Total First Downs: 66 — 1943 Most First Downs Rushing: 214 — 1973 Fewest First Downs Rushing: 50 — 1963 Most First Downs Passing: 183 — 2017 Fewest First Downs Passing: 12 — 1943 Most First Downs Penalty: 31 — 2012 Fewest First Downs Penalty: 1 — 1954

RUSHING

PENALTIES

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 Penalties: 130 — 2012 Fewest Penalties: 32 — 1943 Most Yards Lost On Penalties: 1,281 — 2012 Fewest Yards Lost On Penalties: 237 — 1943

Most Total First Downs: 39 vs New Mexico State, 2013 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: 23 vs Texas A&M, 2017 Most First Downs Penalty: 6, Arizona, 2012

FUMBLES

SACKS

Most Fumbles: 45 — 1946 Fewest Fumbles: 9 — 1952 Most Fumbles Lost: 27 — 1946 Fewest Fumbles Lost: 2 — 1952

Most Sacks: 11 vs BYU, 1993

TOTAL OFFENSE

PASSING Most Attempts: 536 — 2017 Fewest Attempts: 82 — 1972 Most Completions: 338 — 2017 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: 4,478 — 2017 Fewest Yards Gained: 425 — 1943 Highest Average Per Game: 344.5 — 2017 Lowest Average Per Game: 47.2 — 1943 Most Touchdowns: 34 — 2005 Fewest Touchdowns: 2 — 1961 and 1943

SINGLE GAME TOTAL OFFENSE Most Yards: 692 vs New Mexico State, 2013 Fewest Yards: 41 vs Syracuse, 1964

RUSHING Most Yards: 621 vs Stanford, 1973 Fewest Yards: -37 vs Syracuse, 1962

PASSING

Most Punts: 93 — 2007 Fewest Punts: 33 — 1975 Most Yards: 3,908 — 2003 Fewest Yards: 1,259 — 1975 Highest Average: 44.6 — 2008

Most Attempts: 71 vs Utah, 2016 Fewest Attempts: 1 vs Oregon, 1973; vs Oregon,1975 Most Completions: 40, at Stanford, 2017 and vs Utah, 2016 Fewest Completions: 0 vs Oregon St., 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 St., 1978; vs Oregon, 1975; vs Oregon, 1973; vs USC, 1971; vs Pittsburgh, 1961; vs USC, 1946

INTERCEPTIONS

INTERCEPTIONS

Most Interceptions: 34 — 1952 Most Yards Gained: 509 — 1952 Average Per Return: 23.0 — 1987

Most Thrown: 7 vs Stanford, 1937 Most Caught: 10 vs California, 1978 Most Yards Returned: 194 vs California, 1978

PUNT RETURNS

PUNTING

Most Returns: 63 — 1946 Fewest Returns: 14 — 2017 Most Yards: 740 — 1946 Fewest Yards: 41 — 1989 Average Per Return: 25.0 — 2005

Most: 16 vs USC, 1946 Fewest: 0 vs Oregon St., 1973; vs Michigan St.,1974; vs USC, 1975

PUNTING

KICKOFF RETURNS Most Returns: 63 — 2011 Fewest Returns: 16 — 1954 Most Yards: 1,317 — 2011 Fewest Yards: 289 — 1945 Average Per Return: 25.6 — 1980

SCORING Most Points: 482 — 2012 Fewest Points (Min. 9 Games): 59 — 1943 Most Touchdowns: 64 — 1973; 63— 2013; also 62 — 2012, 2005 Fewest Touchdowns: 9 — 1943 Most Field Goals: 32 — 1984 Most Points After Touchdowns: 62 — 1998 Most Safeties: 3 — 1952

FIRST DOWNS

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: 8-2 — lost at Texas A&M 24-31 in 2016; won at Colorado 40-37 in two overtimes in 2014; won vs Tennessee, 27-24 in 2008; won at Stanford, 30-27 in 2005; won at Washington State, 44-41 in 2005; won vs California, 23-20 in 2003; lost at California, 38-46 in three overtimes in 2000; won vs Washington, 23-20 in 1999; won vs Oregon, 41-38 in 1998; won vs USC, 48-41 in two overtimes in 1997

PUNT RETURNS Most: 10 vs USC, 1946 Most Yards: 180 vs Stanford, 1954

KICKOFF RETURNS Most: 10 at Arizona State, 2010; vs Washington, 1970 Most Yards: 259 vs Illinois, 1947 Rose Bowl

SCORING Most Points: 72 vs Stanford, 1954 Most Touchdowns: 11 vs Stanford, 1954 Most Safeties: 2 vs Oregon State, 1952 Most Field Goals: 6 vs San Diego State, 1984 Most Points in One Half: 56 vs Colorado, 1980 Most Points in 1st Quarter (Since 1958): 28 vs Nebraska, 1988; Colorado, 1980; Washington State, 1976;

Troy Aikman

BIGGEST OFFENSIVE DAYS IN BRUIN HISTORY RUSHING

PASSING

TOTAL OFFENSE

621 — 1973 at Stanford* 566 — 1973 Washington 532 — 1972 at California 505 — 1972 Arizona 501 — 1945 Pacific 498 — 1954 at Oregon State 486 — 1976 at Arizona State 479 — 1975 at Oregon 455 — 1975 at Washington State 455 — 1973 California * UCLA 59, Stanford 13 — UCLA rushed 74 times for 621 yards, led by Kermit Johnson (11-168) and James McAlister (14-117-3 TD).

513 — 1998 at Miami* 510 — 2005 Arizona State 491 — 2017 Texas A&M 480 — 2017 at Stanford 464 — 2016 Utah 463 — 2017 at Memphis 421 — 2017 at USC 420 — 2017 Arizona State 418 — 1999 Wisconsin (RB) 410 — 2013 California *UCLA 45, Miami 49 — Cade McNown completed 26-35 passes for five touchdowns. Danny Farmer caught six passes for 135 yards and two touchdowns. Brian Poli-Dixon caught four passes for 130 yards and two touchdowns.

692 — 2013 New Mexico State* 679 — 1994 at Arizona State 674 — 2015 at Oregon State 671 — 1973 Washington 670 — 1998 at Miami 662 — 1988 Long Beach State 660 — 2005 Arizona State 653 — 2012 Nebraska 651 — 1982 Stanford 650 — 1973 at Stanford *UCLA 59, NMSU 13 — UCLA rushed for 298 yards and passed for 394 more. Three Bruin quarterbacks combined to complete 35 of 49 passes for 394 yards and three scores. Jordon James ran 19 times for 164 yards and two touchdowns. Shaq Evans, Steven Manfro and Devin Fuller each caught scoring passes. Malcolm Jones also ran for two touchdowns.

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OPPONENTS RECORDS SINGLE SEASON TOTAL OFFENSE Most Plays: 1,045 — 2015 Fewest Plays: 482 — 1945 Most Yards: 6,288 — 2017 Fewest Yards: 1,708 — 1954 Most Yards Per Game: 483.7 — 2017 Fewest Yards Per Game: 190.0 —1954

RUSHING Most Plays: 649 — 2017 Fewest Plays: 314 — 1954 Most Yards: 3,736 — 2017 Fewest Yards: 659 — 1954 Lowest Average Per Game: 71.3 —1985 Highest Avg. Per Carry: 5.8 — 2017 Lowest Average Per Carry: 2.1 —1954 and 1985 Most Touchdowns: 35 — 2017

PASSING Most Attempts: 503 — 2007 Fewest Attempts: 102 — 1943 Most Completions: 306 — 2014 Fewest Completions: 48 — 1943 Highest Completion Percent.: 63.3% — 2011 and 2012 Lowest Completion Percent.: 33.8% — 1946 Most Yards Gained: 3,508 — 2012 Fewest Yards Gained: 620 — 1944 Highest Average Per Game: 257.5 — 1998 Lowest Average Per Game: 68.6 — 1953 Most Touchdowns: 28 — 2011 Fewest Touchdowns: 3 — 1955, 1960, 1962

SCORING Most Points: 476 — 2017 Fewest Points: 40 — 1954 Most Touchdowns: 54 — 2017 and 2011 Fewest Touchdowns: 6 — 1954 Most Field Goals: 24 — 2016

FIRST DOWNS Most Total First Downs: 320 — 2017 Fewest Total First Downs: 80 — 1943 Most Rushing First Downs: 165 — 2017 Fewest Rushing First Downs: 35 — 1954 Most Passing First Downs: 151 — 2014 and 2011 Fewest Passing First Downs: 19 — 1944 Most Penalty First Downs: 44 — 2012 Fewest Penalty First Downs: 2 — 1950, 1954 and 1956

PUNTING

RECEIVING

Most Punts: 101 — 1946, 2007 Fewest Punts: 28 — 1964 Highest Average: 45.7 — 2011 Lowest Average: 32.4 — 1957 and 1962

Most Receptions(Game): 15, Mark Templeton, Long Beach St., 1986 Most Receiving Yds In a Game: 278 by Troy Walters, Stanford, 1999

PUNT RETURNS Most Returns: 46 — 1952 and 1956 Fewest Returns: 9 — 2015 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): 1,447 — 1987 Fewest Yards (1951-present): 286 — 1983 Highest Average: 29.8 — 2001 Lowest Average: 11.8 — 1974

SINGLE GAME

PUNTING Most: 14 by USC, 1946 Fewest: 1 by Ohio State, 1975 (first game); by Michigan State, 1965 (first game); by Stanford, 1959

PUNT RETURNS Most: 11 by USC, 1946 Most Yards: 277 by Oklahoma, 2003 Longest Punt Return for Touchdown: 97 yards by Dwayne Owens, Oregon St., 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 John Ross, Washington, 2014; Tom Pace, Arizona St., 2001; Chris McAlister, Arizona, 1996; Ray Taroli, Oregon St., 1971; Bernard Jackson, Washington St., 1971 (dates to 1958)

INTERCEPTIONS

TOTAL OFFENSE Most Yards: 753 by USC, 1929 (modern: 689 by Miami, 1998) Most Yards (Player): 448 by Brett Basanez, Northwestern, 2005 Fewest Yards: 42 by Arkansas, 1989 (Cotton Bowl)

Most Interceptions: 7 by Stanford, 1937 Longest Return for Touchdown: 100 yards by Troy Nolan, Arizona St., 2008

FIRST DOWNS Most: 38 by Arizona State, 2014 Fewest: 2 by California, 1944 (second game)

RUSHING Most Yards: 723 by USC, 1929; (modern: 484 by Nebraska, 1994) Most Yards (Player): 322 by Joe Roberts, Utah, 2016 Longest Rush (Player): 93 yards by Javid Best, Cal, 2009 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) and Oregon St., 1993 Most Completions: 42 by Arizona State, 2014 Most Completions(Player): 42, Mike Bercovici, Arizona St., 2014 Fewest Completions: 0 by Oregon St., 1994; by Oregon St., 1993; by Oregon St., 1991; by Air Force, 1964; by Cal, 1944 (first game); by St. Mary’s Pre-Flight, 1944; by Cal, 1944 (second game) Most Yards: 488 by Arizona State, 2014 Most Yards (Player): 488 by Mike Bercovici, Arizona St., 2014 Fewest Yards: 0 by Oregon St., 1994; by Oregon St., 1993; by Oregon St., 1991; by Air Force, 1964; by Cal, 1944 (first game); by St. Mary’s Pre-Flight, 1944; by Cal, 1944 (second game) Longest Pass Play: 98 yds, Joe Borchard to Troy Walters, Stanford, 1999

Jackie Robinson

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SACKS Most Sacks: 10 by Utah, 2014 and by Fresno St., 1987

SCORING Most Points: 103 vs Whittier, 1920 Most Points in A Quarter (Since 1958): 30 by Washington, 1971

FIELD GOALS Longest: 59 by Jared Siegel, Oregon, 2002; also 58 by Dave Lawson, Air Force, 1975


RECORDS

GAME RECORDS

SINGLE-GAME 145-YARD RECEIVERS Yds 263 230 227 208 204 196 190 185 180 176 175 175 175 167 166 165 164 164 162 161 158 158 154 154 152 152 152 152 152 151 151 149 149 149 148 148 148 147 146 146 146 146 145 145 145 145

SINGLE-GAME 180-YARD RUSHERS Yds 322 301 274 266 261 248 227 227 224 220 220 219 217 217 216 214 210 208 207 203 197 195 194 194 194 193 192 190 190 189 187 187 186 185 183 182 182 180 180 180 180 180

Player Maurice Jones-Drew DeShaun Foster Theotis Brown Gaston Green Karim Abdul-Jabbar Freeman McNeil Chris Alexander Eric Ball Gaston Green Gaston Green Theotis Brown Paul Perkins Johnathan Franklin Karim Abdul-Jabbar Johnathan Franklin Johnathan Franklin Kevin Williams Chris Markey Karim Abdul-Jabbar Tyler Ebell Freeman McNeil Kahlil Bell Paul Perkins Johnathan Franklin Gaston Green Chris Markey Freeman McNeil Paul Perkins Skip Hicks DeShaun Foster DeShaun Foster Karim Abdul-Jabbar Kevin Nelson Derrick Coleman Kermit Johnson Keith Brown Marv Kendricks Paul Perkins Karim Abdul-Jabbar Karim Abdul-Jabbar Wendell Tyler Bill Kilmer

Year 2004 2001 1978 1986 1995 1980 1992 1985 1986 1987 1976 2015 2012 1995 2010 2012 1991 2006 1995 2002 1979 2007 2014 2012 1985 2007 1979 2014 1997 2001 2000 1993 1980 2010 1972 1999 1970 2014 1995 1994 1975 1960

Game Washington Washington Oregon BYU (Freedom Bowl) Stanford Stanford Oregon State Iowa (Rose Bowl) USC California Washington BYU Nebraska California Washington State at Rice Oregon Rice Arizona State Oregon State Stanford Stanford Kansas State at Stanford Tennessee Washington California Oregon Washington State Kansas Alabama Stanford Arizona State Washington State Arizona Arizona State USC at Colorado Miami Arizona State Stanford Utah

Carries 26 31 26 33 42 29 35 22 39 28 35 26 26 33 30 15 30 23 35 29 36 19 20 19 24 14 32 22 27 28 42 40 31 15 15 24 28 22 29 14 24 27

Class So. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. R-Fr. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. R-Fr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. R-So. Jr. Sr.

MOST CAREER 100-YARD GAMES RUSHING

M MOST CAREER 100-YARD GAMES RECEIVING R

No. 1. 2. 3. 4.

N No. 1 1. 2 2.

6. 7. 8. 10. 13. 16. 20.

Player No. Gaston Green 20 Johnathan Franklin 19 Freeman McNeil 17 Karim Abdul-Jabbar 15 Skip Hicks 15 DeShaun Foster 13 Wendell Tyler 12 Paul Perkins 11 Theotis Brown 11 Maurice Jones-Drew, Kevin Nelson, 9 Kermit Johnson Chris Markey, Brian Brown, 8 James Owens Tyler Ebell, Eric Ball, Greg Jones, 7 Kevin Williams Bill Kilmer, John Sciarra, Sr., 6 James McAlister

Player Danny Farmer Jordan Lasley Freddie Mitchell 4 4. Flipper Anderson J.J. Stokes 6 6. Jordan Payton Craig Bragg Kevin Jordan Jim McElroy 1 10. Nelson Rosario 1 11. Darren Andrews Sean LaChapelle Brian Poli-Dixon 1 14. Thomas Duarte Cormac Carney Mike Sherrard Others: Theo Howard O Caleb Wilson

No. 11 9 9 8 8 7 7 7 7 6 5 5 5 4 4 4 2 2

Player J.J. Stokes Craig Bragg Jordan Lasley Caleb Wilson Jordan Lasley Danny Farmer J.J. Stokes Freddie Mitchell Freddie Mitchell J.J. Stokes Darren Andrews J.J. Stokes Scott Miller Freddie Mitchell Kurt Altenberg Brian Poli-Dixon Kevin Jordan J.J. Stokes Jordan Lasley Danny Farmer Jordan Lasley Freddie Mitchell Sean LaChapelle Flipper Anderson Jordan Payton Nelson Rosario Kevin Jordan Scott Miller Dave Nuttall Jordan Payton Nelson Rosario Brian Poli-Dixon Freddie Mitchell Jim McElroy Shaquelle Evans Danny Farmer Sean LaChapelle Kevin Jordan Jordan Lasley Nate Iese Kevin Jordan Gene Gaines Caleb Wilson Tab Perry Homer Butler Rick Walker

Year 1992 2002 2017 2017 2017 1999 1993 2000 2000 1993 2017 1994 1990 2000 1963 2000 1994 1993 2017 1998 2017 2000 1992 1987 2015 2009 1994 1990 1967 2014 2011 2001 1999 1996 2012 1999 1991 1994 2017 2016 1994 1960 2017 2002 1977 1975

Game USC Oregon Cal Texas A&M at USC Oregon Washington Stanford Wisconsin (Sun Bowl) Wisconsin (Rose Bowl) at Memphis at Arizona State USC at California USC at Washington at Arizona State at San Diego State Arizona State Oregon at Stanford at Oregon Cal St. Fullerton at Oregon State Washington State at Oregon State Tennessee Arizona USC at Arizona State Arizona State Oregon Fresno State USC Oregon State at Arizona State at Oregon State Oregon State Colorado Utah Stanford Purdue at Stanford at Oregon State at Houston Oregon State

Recpt. 6 9 12 15 10 7 10 7 9 14 10 7 8 8 8 8 6 5 7 7 11 6 7 7 14 6 6 4 7 5 5 6 9 8 6 6 8 7 7 8 8 2 11 7 6 4

Class So. So. R-Jr. R-So. R-Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. R-Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. R-Jr. Jr. R-Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. R-Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. R-So. Jr. Sr. Jr.

LONGEST TOUCHDOWN RETURNS (Since 1958) Yards 101 100 100 100 100 100 100 99 99 98 98 96 96 95 95 95 93 91 89 89 89 87 85 85 81 81

Kermit Alexander

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Type Kickoff Kickoff Kickoff Interception Interception Interception Kickoff Kickoff Kickoff Interception Interception Interception Punt Interception Kickoff Interception Kickoff Kickoff Kickoff Interception Punt Field Goal Kickoff Interception Punt Fumble

Name Greg Jones Ishmael Adams Matthew Slater Dennis Price Alan Dial Jimmy Allen Jojo Townsell Maurice Jones-Drew Mickey Cureton Abdul McCullough Phil Parslow Ishmael Adams Craig Bragg Ishmael Adams Lovell Houston Jerry Robinson Theotis Brown Maurice Jones-Drew Matthew Slater Alterraun Verner Darryl Henley Kermit Alexander Matthew Slater Ron Carver Maurice Jones-Drew Carl Jones

Opponent at Oregon State at Arizona State at Arizona California Oregon State (Portland) California at California at USC at Tennessee at Arizona State at Illinois Colorado USC at Arizona State at Stanford at Minnesota Stanford at Oklahoma Arizona State Arizona San Diego State at Stanford Washington at Tennessee California Stanford

Year 1968 2014 2007 1987 1986 1973 1980 2003 1968 1994 1958 2015 2004 2014 1999 1977 1978 2003 2007 2006 1988 1961 2007 1970 2005 1962


RECORDS 300-YARD TOTAL OFFENSE GAMES Yds 515 501 495 495 487 477 445 433 428 427 424 422 414 410 407 404 400 396 395 391 390 390 387 387 382 379 379 369 368 364 363 358 356 355 355 353 352 351 351 351 351 345 342 341 340 339 338 337 334 333 332 329 328 326 326 325 324 322 322 322 322 322 320 320 319 319 318 316 315 314 314 314 313 312 311 310 309 309 309 308 308 306 306 305 304 302 302

Player, Year, Opponent Cade McNown, 1998 vs Miami Drew Olson, 2005 vs Arizona State Josh Rosen, 2017 at Stanford Josh Rosen, 2017 at Memphis Mike Fafaul, 2016 vs Utah Josh Rosen, 2017 vs Texas A&M Tommy Maddox, 1990 vs USC Josh Rosen, 2017 vs Arizona State Brett Hundley, 2013 vs California Brett Hundley, 2014 at Arizona State Brett Hundley, 2014 at California Brett Hundley, 2014 vs Memphis Cade McNown, 1998 vs Oregon State Josh Rosen, 2015 vs Washington State Josh Rosen, 2015 vs California Brett Hundley, 2012 vs Oregon State Steve Bono, 1983 vs BYU Cade McNown, 1998 vs Oregon Wayne Cook, 1994 vs Arizona State Cory Paus, 2002 vs Oregon State Kevin Prince, 2009 vs Washington State John Sciarra, 1974 vs Tennessee Josh Rosen, 2017 at USC Brett Hundley, 2013 vs Virginia Tech Cade McNown, 1996 vs USC Josh Rosen, 2017 vs Colorado Cade McNown, 1996 vs Arizona State Josh Rosen, 2016 at Arizona State Troy Aikman, 1988 vs Washington State Cade McNown, 1997 vs Washington Cade McNown, 1997 vs Tennessee Brett Hundley, 2012 vs Nebraska Tommy Maddox, 1990 vs Oregon Brett Hundley, 2013 vs Nebraska Cade McNown, 1999 vs Wisconsin John Barnes, 1992 vs USC Troy Aikman, 1988 vs California Josh Rosen, 2016 vs Arizona Josh Rosen, 2015 vs Virginia Richard Brehaut, 2011 at Houston Patrick Cowan, 2006 vs California Brett Hundley, 2013 vs Colorado Cade McNown, 1998 vs Texas Cory Paus, 2000 vs Oregon State Tom Ramsey, 1982 vs Stanford Richard Brehaut, 2010 at Arizona State Josh Rosen, 2015 at Oregon State Brett Hundley, 2013 vs Nevada Dennis Dummit, 1970 vs Texas Gary Beban, 1967 vs Washington Kevin Prince, 2009 vs California Tom Ramsey, 1982 vs California Brett Hundley, 2014 vs USC Drew Olson, 2005 vs Washington State Cade McNown, 1995 vs Arizona State Josh Rosen, 2016 at Texas A&M Cory Paus, 1999 vs Oregon Ben Olson, 2006 vs Utah Maurice Jones-Drew, 2004 vs Wash. Tommy Maddox, 1991 vs San Diego St. Tom Ramsey, 1982 vs Arizona Dennis Dummit, 1970 vs California Brett Hundley, 2014 at Washington Brett Hundley, 2014 vs Arizona Brett Hundley, 2012 vs Baylor Tommy Maddox, 1990 vs Michigan Brett Hundley, 2012 vs Houston Tom Ramsey, 1982 vs Wisconsin Tom Ramsey, 1982 vs Long Beach State Devon Modster, 2017 vs Kansas State Kevin Prince, 2009 vs Oregon State Troy Aikman, 1987 vs Arizona State Brett Hundley, 2013 vs New Mexico State Josh Rosen, 2017 vs Hawai'i Cade McNown, 1998 vs Houston Brett Hundley, 2014 at Colorado Kevin Prince, 2011 vs Colorado Josh Rosen, 2015 at Stanford Drew Olson, 2005 vs Oklahoma Josh Rosen, 2015 vs Nebraska Drew Olson, 2004 vs Arizona State Paul Cameron, 1951 vs Santa Clara Bob Waterfield, 1942 vs Idaho Brett Hundley, 2014 vs Oregon Brett Hundley, 2012 vs Arizona Cory Paus, 2001 vs Oregon Troy Aikman, 1988 vs USC

301 301 301 301

LONGEST PLAYS FROM SCRIMMAGE

Brett Hundley, 2012 vs Arizona State Drew Olson, 2005 vs Washington DeShaun Foster, 2001 vs Washington Cade McNown, 1995 vs Fresno State

RUSHING Yds 93 92 92 92 91 91 88 88 87 86 83 83 83

BRUIN 300-YARD PASSERS Yds 513 510 491 480 464 463 421 420 410 409 400 400 399 399 396 395 395 385 380 378 377 372 372 363 356 355 353 350 350 345 343 340 340 340 339 338 335 333 332 332 330 329 329 329 328 328 326 325 325 325 323 322 322 321 321 320 320 319 318 317 316 316 315 314 314 314 311 311 309 308 307 306 305 303 302 301

Player, Year, Opponent Cade McNown, 1998 vs Miami Drew Olson, 2005 vs Arizona State Josh Rosen, 2017 vs Texas A&M Josh Rosen, 2017 at Stanford Mike Fafaul, 2016 vs Utah Josh Rosen, 2017 at Memphis Josh Rosen, 2017 at USC Josh Rosen, 2017 vs Arizona State Brett Hundley, 2013 vs California Tommy Maddox, 1990 vs USC Josh Rosen, 2016 at Arizona State Cade McNown, 1997 vs Tennessee Josh Rosen, 2015 vs California Steve Bono, 1983 vs BYU Brett Hundley, 2014 vs Memphis 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 Josh Rosen, 2017 vs Colorado Brett Hundley, 2012 vs Oregon State Cory Paus, 2000 vs Oregon State Cade McNown, 1996 vs USC Brett Hundley, 2014 at Arizona State Tommy Maddox, 1990 vs Michigan Josh Rosen, 2015 vs Virginia Josh Rosen, 2016 vs Arizona Tom Ramsey, 1982 vs Arizona Josh Rosen, 2016 at Texas A&M Josh Rosen, 2015 vs Washington State 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 Josh Rosen, 2015 at Oregon State Cory Paus, 1999 vs Oregon Tommy Maddox, 1990 vs Oregon Brett Hundley, 2014 at California Josh Rosen, 2017 vs Hawai'i Brett Hundley, 2012 vs Baylor Patrick Cowan, 2006 vs California Cory Paus, 2000 vs Stanford Troy Aikman, 1987 vs Arizona State Brett Hundley, 2014 vs USC Josh Rosen, 2015 at Stanford 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 Richard Brehaut, 2010 at Arizona State Cory Paus, 2001 vs Oregon Brett Hundley, 2012 vs Houston Cade McNown, 1997 vs Washington Josh Rosen, 2015 vs Nebraska 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 Josh Rosen, 2016 at BYU Cade McNown, 1995 vs Fresno State Brett Hundley, 2012 vs Nebraska Tommy Maddox, 1991 vs San Diego St Brett Hundley, 2014 at Washington Gary Beban, 1967 vs USC

Player, Year, Opponent Chuck Cheshire, 1934 vs Montana Paul Perkins, 2014 at Colorado 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 Brett Hundley, 2013 vs Virginia Tech Maurice Jones-Drew, 2003 vs Arizona State Derek Ayers, 1993 vs BYU Jackie Robinson, 1939 vs Oregon

PASSING Yds 95 93 93 92 91 90 88 85 83 82 81 80 80 80 79 79 79

Players, Year, Opponent J.J. Stokes from Wayne Cook, 1993 vs Washington Devin Fuller from Brett Hundley, 2014 vs Utah Ransom Livesay from Mike Frankovich, 1932 vs Oregon Ron Copeland from Bill Bolden, 1967 vs Syracuse Joe Cowan from Drew Olson, 2005 vs Arizona State J.J. Stokes from John Barnes, 1992 vs USC Danny Farmer from Cade McNown, 1996 vs Tennessee Danny Farmer from Cory Paus, 1999 vs Arizona State Junior Taylor from Drew Olson, 2004 vs Oregon Raymond Burks from Mark Harmon,1973 vs Oregon State Severn Reece from Rick Bashore, 1978 vs USC Jordan Payton from Brett Hundley, 2014 at Arizona State Eldridge Massington from Brett Hundley, 2014 at Arizona State Freddie Mitchell from Cory Paus, 2000 vs Arizona St. Freddie Mitchell from Cade McNown, 1998 vs Texas Jojo Townsell from Rick Bashore, 1979 vs USC Cal Rossi from Ernie Case, 1946 vs Oregon State

MOST PASS ATTEMPTS Att. 70 60 59 57 56 56 52 51 50 49

Player, Year, Opponent Mike Fafaul, 2016 vs Utah Josh Rosen, 2017 at Stanford Josh Rosen, 2017 vs Texas A&M Josh Rosen, 2015 vs Washington State Josh Rosen, 2017, at Memphis Richard Brehaut, 2010 at Arizona State Josh Rosen, 2017 at USC Dennis Dummit, 1970 vs California Brett Hundley, 2012 vs Baylor Drew Olson, 2003 vs Oregon

MOST PASS COMPLETIONS Cmp 40 40 35 34 34 33 33 33 32 32 31 31 31 31 30

Player, Year, Opponent Josh Rosen, 2017 at Stanford Mike Fafaul, 2016 vs Utah Josh Rosen, 2017 vs Texas A&M Josh Rosen, 2017 at Memphis Josh Rosen, 2015 vs California Josh Rosen, 2015 vs Washington State Brett Hundley, 2014 vs Memphis Richard Brehaut, 2010 at Arizona State Josh Rosen, 2017 at USC Troy Aikman, 1988 vs USC Brett Hundley, 2014 at California Brett Hundley, 2013 vs Californa Brett Hundley, 2012 at California Drew Olson, 2005 vs Washington State Drew Olson, 2004 vs Arizona State

10-CATCH RECEIVERS Rec 15 14 14 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 10 10 10

70

Player, Year, Opponent Caleb Wilson, 2017 vs Texas A&M Jordan Payton, 2015 vs Washington State J.J. Stokes, 1994 Rose Bowl vs Wisconsin Jordan Lasley, 2017 vs Cal Darren Andrews, 2017 vs Texas A&M Theo Howard, 2017 at USC Jordan Lasley, 2017 at Stanford Caleb Wilson, 2017 at Stanford Marcedes Lewis, 2005 vs Arizona Sean LaChapelle, 1991 vs Arizona State Rick Wilkes, 1970 vs USC Jordan Lasley, 2017 at USC Darren Andrews, 2017 at Memphis Thomas Duarte, 2015 vs California Craig Bragg, 2003 vs Oregon

10 10 10 10 10

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

18-TACKLE DEFENDERS Tks 28 23 21 21 21 21 20 20 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 18 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 Jayon Brown, 2016 at Colorado Randall Goforth, 2013 vs Stanford 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 Jayon Brown, 2015 vs Colorado 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 60 56 55 54 53 53 53 53 52 52 52 52 52 52 52 52 52 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 50 50 50 50 50 50

Player, Year, Opponent Ka'imi Fairbairn, 2015 vs California Chris Sailer, 1997 at Oregon Frank Corral, 1976 vs Oregon Kai Forbath, 2007 vs Oregon Ka'imi Fairbairn, 2015 vs Arizona State Kai Forbath, 2009 at Arizona Kai Forbath, 2008 at Arizona State Alfredo Velasco, 1988 at Oregon Kai Forbath, 2009 vs Oregon Kai Forbath, 2007 vs BYU (LV Bowl) Kai Forbath, 2007 at Utah Justin Medlock, 2004 at Oregon Justin Medlock, 2004 vs Oklahoma St. John Lee, 1983 vs Arizona State Frank Corral, 1977 at USC Zenon Andrusyshyn, 1969 vs Washington Zenon Andrusyshyn, 1967 vs Oregon State Jeff Locke, 2011 vs Texas Kai Forbath, 2010 vs Oregon State Kai Forbath, 2007 at Arizona Justin Medlock, 2006 at Washington Justin Medlock, 2006 vs Rice Justin Medlock, 2005 vs Oklahoma Nate Fikse, 2002 at Arizona John Lee, 1985 vs Miami (Fiesta Bowl) John Lee, 1984 at Colorado Kai Forbath, 2009 vs San Diego State Kai Forbath, 2007 vs BYU (LV Bowl) Justin Medlock, 2004 at Oregon Bjorn Merten, 1996 at Tennessee Alfredo Velasco, 1988 at Arizona John Lee, 1982 vs Stanford


RECORDS

OPPONENT GAME RECORDS

LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN FOR TOUCHDOWN* Yds 100 100 100 100 100 100 99 99 99 98

OPPONENT RUSHING Yds 322 299 288 263 261 260 260 247 246 243

Player Joe Roberts Edgerrin James Jon Vaughn Bryce Love Vernand Morency Jerome Harrison Reggie Bush Jerome Harrison Ron Dayne Christian McCaffrey

Opponent Utah Miami Michigan Stanford Oklahoma State Washington State USC Washington State Wisconsin (Rose Bowl) Stanford

Year 2016 1998 1990 2017 2004 2005 2005 2004 1999 2015

Carries 29 39 32 30 29 34 24 42 27 25

Player Mike Bercovici Pat Barnes Cody Pickett Matt Barkley Todd Husak Brett Basanez Andrew Walter Steve Stenstrom Alex Brink Riley Ferguson

Opponent Arizona State California Washington USC Stanford Northwestern Arizona State Stanford Washington State Memphis

Year 2014 1996 2002 2011 1998 2005 2004 1994 2006 2017

Comp 42 26 29 35 25 38 25 28 28 23

Opponent Stanford USC Washington USC San Diego State Stanford Stanford Long Beach State Memphis USC USC

Year 1999 1996 1965 2011 1990 1994 1998 1984 2017 2003 1997

Rec 9 6 10 13 11 11 10 12 9 11 8

Opponent Long Beach State Stanford Kansas State USC San Diego State Stanford Washington State Arizona State USC California USC Stanford Long Beach State

Year 1986 1982 2014 2011 1985 1968 2015 2014 2011 1996 1995 1985 1984

Yds 110 124 164 224 164 113 92 146 113 168 116 62 189

Year 2009 2012 2012 1943 1949 2004 2017 2002 1999 1994

Opponent California Nebraska Houston USC Washington State USC Memphis Washington State Arizona State Washington

Yds 97 94 90 90 86 85 85 84

Player Troy Walters R. Jay Soward Dave Williams Marqise Lee Patrick Rowe Justin Armour Troy Walters Charles Lockett Anthony Miller Mike Williams R. Jay Soward

Player Dwayne Owens Jackie Wallace Luke Powell Floyd Little Terry Fair Jordan Poyer Kwante Hampton Antonio Perkins

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

RECEPTIONS No. 15 14 13 13 13 13 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

Player Mark Templeton Vince White Tyler Lockett Marqise Lee Webster Slaughter Gene Washington Gabe Marks Jaelen Strong Robert Woods Bobby Shaw Keyshawn Johnson Brian Morris Charles Lockett

LONGEST RUNS Yds 93 92 86 86 84 81 80 80 80 79

Player Jahvid Best Taylor Martinez David Piland Eddie Saenz Byron Bailey Reggie Bush Darrell Henderson Jermaine Green J.R. Redmond Napoleon Kaufman

LONGEST PASS PLAYS Yds 98 92 81 80 80 79 78 78 78 78 78

Player Troy Walters from Joe Borchard Andrae Thurman from Nic Costa Tim Stallworth from Timm Rosenbach Geoff McArthur from Aaron Rodgers R. Jay Soward from John Fox Derek Hagan from Andrew Walter T.J. Simpson from Brock Osweiler Vincent Brown from Ryan Lindley Antonio Carter from Tyler Watts Chris Jackson from Ryan Leaf R. Jay Soward from Matt Koffler

Year 1999 2002 1988 2004 1997 2004 2010 2009 2001 1997 1996

Opponent Washington Oregon Arizona State Arizona Oregon State Washington State Utah Arizona State Arizona State Washington State

Year 1992 1971 2003 1964 1996 2011 1986 2003

Opponent Oregon State Arizona State Stanford Syracuse Tennessee Oregon State Long Beach State Oklahoma

LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURN FOR TOUCHDOWN*

RECEIVING YARDS Yds 278 260 257 224 224 220 192 189 185 181 181

Year 2014 2009 2001 1996 1971 1971 2016 2010 1996 1992

LONGEST PUNT RETURN FOR TOUCHDOWN*

OPPONENT PASSING Yds 488 435 429 423 419 416 415 408 405 398

Player John Ross Kenjon Barner Tom Pace Chris McAlister Ray Taroli Bernard Jackson Cory Butler-Byrd Jamal Miles Terry Battle DeRon Pointer

Opponent Stanford Arizona Washington State California USC Arizona State Arizona State San Diego State Alabama Washington State USC

Freeman McNeil

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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


RECORDS MULTIPLE 100-YARD RUSHING GAMES

MULTIPLE 100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES

Gaston Green, 1985-87 (20) Johnathan Franklin, 2009-12 (19) Freeman McNeil, 1978-80 (17) Karim Abdul-Jabbar, 1993-95 (15) Skip Hicks, 1993-97 (15) DeShaun Foster, 1998-01 (13) Wendell Tyler, 1974-76 (12) Paul Perkins, 2013-15 (11) Theotis Brown, 1976-78 (11) Maurice Jones-Drew, 2003-05 (9) Kermit Johnson, 1971-73 (9) Kevin Nelson, 1980-83 (9) Chris Markey, 2004-07 (8) Brian Brown, 1987-90 (8) James Owens, 1976-78 (8) Eric Ball, 1984-88 (7) Tyler Ebell, 2002-03 (7) Greg Jones,1967-69 (7) Kevin Williams, 1991-92 (7) Bill Kilmer, 1959-60 (6) James McAlister, 1972-73 (6) John Sciarra, 1973-75 (6) Kahlil Bell, 2005-07 (5) Cal Rossi, 1945 (5) Derrick Coleman, 2010-11 (4) Sam Brown, 1954-55 (4) Mel Farr, 1965-66 (4) Brett Hundley, 2012- (3) Jordon James, 2013 (3) Danny Andrews (3), 1982-84 Paul Cameron, 1951-53 (3) Russel Charles, 1974 (3) Mickey Cureton, 1968-9 (3) Mike Haffner, 1961 (3) Marv Kendricks, 1970-71(3) Bob Smith, 1960-61 (3) Skip Smith, 1958-59 (3) Randy Tyler, 1970-72 (3) Kenny Washington, 1939 (3) Shawn Wills, 1987-91 (3) Manuel White, 2003-04 (2) Chris Alexander, 1992 (2) Eddie Ayers, 1974-75 (2) Ricky Davis, 1991-93 (2) Bill Bolden, 1967-69 (2) Keith Brown, 1998-99 (2) Jeff Dankworth, 1976 (2) Anthony Edgar, 1979 (2) Mark Harmon, 1972-3 (2) Akil Harris, 2000-01 (2) Jermaine Lewis, 1998-00 (2) James Milliner, 1993 (2) Ted Narleski, 1950 (2) James Primus, 1985-86 (2) Jackie Robinson, 1939-40 (2) Rob Scribner, 1972 (2) Art Sims, 1970 (2) Primo Villanueva, 1954 (2)

Danny Farmer, 1996-99 (11) Jordan Lasley, 2014-17 (9) Freddie Mitchell, 1998-2000 (9) J.J. Stokes, 1992-94 (8) Flipper Anderson, 1985-87 (8) Jordan Payton, 2012-15 (7) Craig Bragg, 2001-03 (7) Kevin Jordan, 1994-95 (7) Jim McElroy, 1996-97 (7) Nelson Rosario, 2009-11 (6) Darren Andrews, 2014- (5) Sean LaChapelle, 1990-92 (5) Brian Poli-Dixon, 1998-2001 (5) Thomas Duarte, 2013-15 (4) Cormac Carney, 1980-82 (4) Mike Sherrard, 1983-85 (4) Marcedes Lewis, 2005 (3) Paco Craig, 1986-87 (3) Skip Hicks, 1996-97 (3) Scott Miller, 1990 (3) Reggie Moore, 1988-90 (3) Tab Perry, 2001-02 (3) Theo Howard, 2016- (2) Caleb Wilson, 2016-17 (2) Kenneth Walker III, 2012-16 (2) Shaq Evans, 2012 (2) Brandon Breazell, 2007 (2) George Farmer, 1969 (2) Mike Seidman, 2002 (2) Gwen Cooper, 1968-69 (2) Ron Copeland, 1967 (2) Jojo Townsell, 1982 (2) Terry Vernoy, 1970 (2) Rick Wilkes, 1970 (2) Mike Young, 1983-84 (2)

Gaston Green

MULTIPLE 300-YARD PASSING GAMES Josh Rosen, 2015-17 (17) Cade McNown, 1995-98 (11) Brett Hundley, 2012-14 (10) Cory Paus, 1999-02 (7) Drew Olson, 2004-05 (4) Tommy Maddox, 1990-91 (4) Tom Ramsey, 1982 (4) Troy Aikman, 1987-88 (4) Kevin Prince, 2009 (3) Dennis Dummit, 1970 (2)

Tommy Maddox

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RECORDS

SINGLE-GAME 100-YARD RUSHING DUOS Name Paul Perkins Brett Hundley Johnathan Franklin Derrick Coleman Chris Markey Kahlil Bell Chris Markey Kahlil Bell Chris Markey Kahlil Bell Jermaine Lewis Akil Harris Durell Price Skip Hicks Derek Ayers James Milliner Shawn Wills Kevin Williams Kevin Williams Shawn Wills Brian Brown Kevin Smith Gaston Green Marcus Greenwood Freeman McNeil Anthony Edgar Theotis Brown Freeman McNeil James Owens Theotis Brown James Owens Theotis Brown Theotis Brown James Owens Wendell Tyler Jeff Dankworth Jeff Dankworth Theotis Brown Wendell Tyler John Sciarra Wendell Tyler John Sciarra Russel Charles Eddie Ayers Russel Charles Wendell Tyler Kermit Johnson John Sciarra Kermit Johnson James McAlister Kermit Johnson James McAlister Randy Tyler Mark Harmon Kermit Johnson Rob Scribner Kermit Johnson James McAlister Art Sims Randy Tyler Mickey Cureton Bill Bolden Greg Jones Bob Smith Mike Haffner Bill Kilmer Bob Smith Skip Smith Bill Kilmer Bill Kilmer Skip Smith Ken Solid Brooks Biddle Don Nelson

Att. 22 12 30 15 14 27 23 19 24 19 17 13 14 18 5 9 16 16 19 15 22 26 33 5 36 17 21 15 21 15 19 21 35 22 19 18 19 22 24 21 19 13 20 15 17 16 11 5 11 14 9 11 13 14 10 13 15 11 16 23 14 3 20 17 24 27 19 7 14 20 13 19 14 8

Yds 190 110 216 185 193 109 208 102 161 136 104 100 110 101 174 113 137 134 151 119 175 105 266 104 164 128 115 104 161 150 136 100 220 123 131 107 155 127 180 121 125 109 154 110 109 106 141 130 168 117 123 104 108 107 139 101 183 121 104 102 133 108 103 177 119 147 121 107 105 112 103 147 104 100

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

SINGLE-GAME 100-YARD RECEIVING COMBOS

Opponent at Colorado

Date Oct. 25, 2014

Result W, 40-37 ot

Wash. St.

Oct. 2, 2010

W, 42-28

Washington

Sept. 22, 2007

W, 44-31

Rice

Sept. 9, 2006

Northwestern Dec. 30, 2005

W, 26-16 . W, 50-38

Arizona St.

Sept. 30, 2000

W, 38-31

NE Louisiana Sept. 14, 1996

W, 44-0

BYU

Oct. 9, 1993

W, 68-14

at Ore. St.

Oct. 19, 1991

W, 44-7

Arizona

Oct. 12, 1991

W, 54-14

San Diego St. Oct. 13, 1990

W, 45-31

BYU (Anaheim) Dec. 30, 1986

W, 31-10

at Oregon

Nov. 17, 1979

W, 35-0

Arizona

Oct. 27, 1978

W, 24-14

Wash. St.

Oct. 14, 1978

W, 45-31

at Wash. St.

Oct. 15, 1977

W, 27-16

at Wash.

Oct. 30, 1976

W, 30-21

at California

Oct. 23, 1976

W, 35-19

Arizona St.

Sept. 9, 1976

W, 28-10

at Stanford

Oct. 11, 1975

W, 31-21

at Oregon

Nov. 8, 1975

W, 50-17

at Oregon St. Nov. 16, 1974

Name Jordan Lasley Theo Howard Jordan Lasley Caleb Wilson Caleb Wilson Darren Andrews Jordan Lasley Nate Iese Jordan Lasley Kenneth Walker III Devin Fuller Thomas Duarte Devin Fuller Thomas Duarte Jordan Payton Chris Markey Joe Cowan Marcedes Lewis Craig Bragg Tab Perry Tab Perry Mike Seidman Freddie Mitchell Brian Poli-Dixon Danny Farmer Durell Price Danny Farmer Brian Poli-Dixon Skip Hicks Jim McElroy J.J. Stokes Kevin Jordan Flipper Anderson Paco Craig Terry Vernoy Rick Wilkes

Oct. 12, 1974

T, 13-13

Washington

Nov. 3, 1973

W, 62-13

at Stanford

Oct. 13, 1973

W, 59-13

Utah

Oct. 6, 1973

W, 66-16

at Wash.

Nov. 11, 1972

L, 21-30

at California

Oct. 21, 1972

W, 49-13

Arizona

Oct. 7, 1972

W, 42-31

at Oregon St. Oct. 14, 1970

W, 14-9

California

Oct. 18, 1969

W, 32-0

California

Nov. 4, 1961

W, 35-15

Duke

Dec. 3, 1960

W, 27-6

NC State

Nov. 13, 1959

W, 21-12

at Stanford

Nov. 7, 1959

W, 55-13

Pacific

Oct. 5, 1945

W, 50-0

No. 110 119 149 106 150 115 125 133 103 111 102 100 106 143 141 109 108 106 110 102 125 108 106 101 109 119 112 143 124 104 133 109 112 105 161 114 147 136 106 105 159 119 107 120 105

100-Yard Rushing and 100-Yard Receiving Games Name Skip Hicks Skip Hicks

Rush Att. Yds 25 147 28 146

Rec. 3 4

Yds 106 113

Opponent Washington at Cal

Yds 128 119 158 145 208 142 100 146 117 114 108 141 100 110 104 120 109 108 230 126 145 138 125 107 142 102 135 130 117 105 175 164 130 102 124 102

Cl. R-Jr. So. R-Jr.

Opponent Date Kansas State Dec. 26, 2017

Result L, 17-35

at Stanford

Sept. 23, 2017

L, 34-58

R-So. R-Sr. R-Jr. Sr. R-So. Sr.R Jr.R Jr. Sr. So. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr.

Texas A&M

Sept. 3, 2017

W, 45-44

Utah

Oct. 22, 2016

L, 52-45

Arizona

Oct. 1, 2016

W, 45-24

California

Oct. 22, 2015

W, 40-24

Memphis

Sept. 6, 2014

W, 42-35

Arizona St.

Nov. 12, 2005

W, 50-38

Oregon

Oct. 12, 2002

L, 31-30

at Oregon St. Oct. 5, 2002

W, 43-35

Arizona St.

Sept. 30, 2000

W, 38-31

Wisconsin

Jan. 1, 1999

L, 38-31

at Miami

Dec. 5, 1998

L, 49-45

Tennessee

Sept. 6, 1997

L, 30-24

at Arizona St. Nov. 12, 1994

W, 59-23

California

Oct. 31, 1987

W, 42-18

at California

Oct. 17, 1970

W, 24-21

100-Tackle Seasons (1975-present)

W, 33-14

Stanford

No. 8 8 4 11 15 12 4 8 7 4 9 10 7 4 7 3 3 7 9 7 7 8 4 8 7 3 6 4 7 6 7 6 7 4 9 8

Date Nov. 15, 1997 Oct. 26, 1996

73

Player Kenny Young, lb Jayon Brown, lb Eric Kendricks, lb Eric Kendricks, lb Eric Kendricks, lb Dennis Keyes, s Spencer Havner. lb Brandon Chillar, lb Marcus Reese, lb Robert Thomas, lb Brian Wilmer, lb Abdul McCullough, lb Donnie Edwards, lb Craig Davis, lb Eric Turner, s Matt Darby, s Rocen Keeton, lb Marvcus Patton, lb Chance Johnson, lb Craig Davis, lb Ken Norton, lb Chance Johnson, lb Ken Norton, lb Craig Rutledge, s James Washington, s James Washington, s Tommy Taylor, lb Don Rogers, s Don Rogers, s Blanchard Montgomery, lb Don Rogers, s Tom Sullivan, s Avon Riley, lb Kenny Easley, s Jerry Robinson, lb Manu Tuiasosopo, lb Jerry Robinson, lb Frank Stephens, lb Jeff Muro, lb John Fowler, lb Jerry Robinson, lb Frank Stephens, lb Raymond Burks, lb Terry Tautolo, lb Dale Curry, lb

Year 2017 2016 2014 2013 2012 2007 2004 2003 2002 2001 1996 1995 1994 1989 1989 1989 1989 1989 1988 1988 1987 1987 1986 1986 1985 1984 1984 1983 1982 1982 1981 1981 1980 1980 1978 1978 1977 1977 1977 1977 1976 1976 1976 1975 1975


RECORDS

TOP TEN OFFENSIVE SEASONS

TTOP TEN DEFENSIVE SEASONS

RUSHING 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10)

RUSHING R

Year 1973 1976 1975 1972 1978 1974 2014 1979 1985 2012

G 11 12 12 11 12 11 13 11 12 14

ATT 689 740 746 673 695 603 557 624 632 599

YDS 4,403 3,978 3,821 3,810 2,956 2,884 2,724 2,719 2,690 2,671

AVG 6.4 5.4 5.1 5.7 4.3 4.8 4.9 4.4 4.3 4.5

TD 56 42 41 38 24 25 26 17 26 29

1 1) 2 2) 3 3) 4 4) 5 5) 6 6) 7 7) 8 8) 9 9) 1 10)

PASSING 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10)

G 13 14 13 12 12 13 13 12 12 12

ATT 536 496 510 369 494 435 392 389 360 396

COMP 338 324 300 215 273 298 265 247 223 216

YDS 4,478 3,860 3,755 3,658 3,547 3,358 3,269 3,244 3,232 3,186

PCT 63.1 65.3 58.8 58.3 55.3 68.5 67.6 63.5 61.9 54.5

INT 10 11 13 12 16 6 9 6 12 12

TD 31 29 23 29 22 24 25 34 23 24

1 1) 2 2) 3 3) 4 4) 5 5) 6 6) 7 7) 8 8) 9 9) 1 10)

Year 2012 2014 2015 2017 1998 2013 1991 2011 1988 1973

ATT 314 338 360 404 377 411 419 438 428 429

YDS 659 838 847 855 1,055 1,121 1,184 1,194 1,216 1,229

AVG 2.1 2.5 2.4 2.1 2.8 2.7 2.8 2.7 2.8 2.9

TD 2 4 3 13 8 7 9 10 4 13

Year 1953 1955 1961 1962 1956 1950 1946 1948 1958 1957

G 10 11 11 10 10 9 11 10 10 10

ATT 155 160 158 163 137 180 201 164 152 171

COMP YDS 65 686 67 814 75 864 78 924 55 942 80 949 68 968 67 987 72 993 84 1,003

PCT 41.9 41.9 47.4 47.8 39.9 44.4 33.8 40.9 47.3 49.1

INT 20 16 14 10 17 19 29 15 17 22

TD 5 3 4 3 5 4 5 14 9 4

TTOTAL DEFENSE G 14 13 13 13 12 13 12 14 12 11

PLAYS 1,095 992 970 932 859 958 900 898 910 782

YDS 6,531 6,082 6,055 5,952 5,847 5,825 5,287 5,273 5,252 5,177

Year 1973 1997 1998 2005 2013 1987 2012 2014 1982

G 11 12 12 12 13 12 14 13 12

PTS 470 477 476 469 480 426 482 435 399

AVG 42.7 39.8 39.7 39.1 36.9 35.5 34.4 33.5 33.3

1969

10

329

32.9

AVG 5.96 6.13 6.24 6.39 6.81 6.08 5.87 5.87 5.77 6.62

1 1) 2 2) 3 3) 4 4) 5 5) 6 6) 7 7) 8 8) 9 9) 1 10)

SCORING 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10)

G 9 9 9 12 10 12 13 12 10 12

PASSING P Year 2017 2012 2015 1988 2016 2014 2013 2005 1982 2000

TOTAL OFFENSE 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10)

Year 1954 1947 1952 1985 1966 1987 2006 1988 1953 1991

Year 1954 1947 1953 1952 1946 1950 1966 1951 1955 1961

G 9 9 10 9 11 9 10 9 11 11

PLAYS 530 607 654 668 740 624 653 653 727 602

YDS 1,708 1,868 1,902 1,953 2,257 2,262 2,452 2,497 2,523 2,528

G 9 9 11 10 9 10 10 9 10 11

PTS 40 55 74 76 80 84 90 96 103 117

AVG 4.4 6.1 6.7 7.6 8.9 8.4 9.0 10.7 10.3 10.6

AVG 3.22 3.08 2.91 2.92 3.05 3.63 3.75 3.82 3.47 4.20

SCORING S 1 1) 2 2) 3 3) 4 4) 5 5) 6 6) 7 7) 8 8) 9 9) 1 10)

Year 1954 1952 1955 1953 1947 1960 1957 1950 1969 1946

UCLA's ALL-TIME NCAA SEASON LEADERS: TEAM AND INDIVIDUALS FIELD GOALS PER GAME

PASSING EFFICIENCY

RUSHING YARDS

1984 - John Lee: 2.64 per game 2006 - Justin Medlock - 2.15 per game 2009 - Kai Forbath - 2.15 per game

1997 - Cade McNown: 168.6 1982 - Tom Ramsey: 153.5

1973 - 400.3 yards per game

PUNTING

1954 - 4.4 points per game

FORCED FUMBLES

1967 - Zenon Andrusyshyn: 44.2 yards per kick 1956 - Kirk Wilson: 49.3 yards per kick 1944 - Bob Waterfield: 42.9 yards per kick

SCORING OFFENSE

PUNT RETURNS

SOLO TACKLES

2000 - Marques Anderson: 7

INTERCEPTIONS 2009 - Rahim Moore: 0.77 per game (10)

MOST IMPROVED RECORD 1972 - plus 5 wins over previous season 1969 - plus 5.5 wins over previous season

NET PUNTING 2010 - 41.3 1944 - 43.0

PASSES DEFENSED 2008 - Alterraun Verner: 1.67 passes per game 2007 - Trey Brown: 1.77 passes per game

SCORING DEFENSE

1954 - 40.8 points per game

2005 - Maurice Jones-Drew: 28.5 yards per return 2005 - 25.0 yards per return 1940 - Jackie Robinson: 21.0 yards per return 1940 - 16.2 yards per return 1939 - Jackie Robinson: 20.0 yards per return 1939 - 16.3 yards per return

2014 - Eric Kendricks: 7.8 per game

RUSHING DEFENSE

1979 - .655 opponent win%

1985 - 70.3 yards per game 1954 - 73.2 yards per game

TURNOVER MARGIN

TOTAL OFFENSE 1960 - Billy Kilmer: 1,889 yards 1939 - Kenny Washington: 1,370 yards

TOUGHEST SCHEDULE

1997 - 1.82 turnovers gained / lost 1993 - 1.73 turnovers gained / lost 1952 - 4.0 turnovers gained / lost

74


RECORDS

YEAR-BY-YEAR TOTALS & LEADERS RUSHING OFFENSE Year 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976* 1975* 1974 1973* 1972* 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966* 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961* 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954* 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1945

G 13 12 13 13 13 14 14 12 13 12 13 13 12 12 13 13 11 12 11 12 12 11 12 11 12 11 12 11 11 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 11 11 12 11 12 12 11 11 11 10 11 10 10 10 10 11 10 10 10 11 10 10 10 10 10 11 9 10 9 9 9 9 10 9 11 9

ATT 396 345 460 557 566 599 552 484 421 379 527 436 436 466 455 519 459 462 410 490 498 465 546 413 521 436 540 414 441 539 597 571 632 531 580 548 576 561 624 695 601 740 746 603 689 673 501 504 523 480 505 509 513 351 373 388 555 449 443 466 521 436 470 454 487 450 456 426 448 379 410 537 428

YDS 1,474 1,011 2,300 2,724 2,556 2,671 2,497 2,107 1,490 993 1,963 1,687 1,928 2,219 1,195 1,658 1,869 1,200 1,191 2,189 1,988 1,698 2,550 1,688 2,204 1,371 2,401 1,566 1,401 2,385 2,414 2,607 2,690 1,859 1,939 1,868 1,913 2,289 2,719 2,956 2,569 3,978 3,821 2,884 4,403 3,810 1,599 1,837 2,128 1,444 2,074 2,338 2,221 1,021 759 1,376 2,240 2,044 1,695 1,445 2,003 1,352 2,169 2,578 2,320 1,253 2,005 1,681 1,819 1,255 1,932 2,668 1,968

AVG 3.7 2.9 5.0 4.9 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.4 3.5 2.6 3.7 3.9 4.4 4.8 2.6 3.2 4.1 2.6 2.9 4.5 4.0 3.7 4.7 4.1 4.2 3.1 4.4 3.8 3.2 4.4 4.0 4.6 4.3 3.5 3.3 3.4 3.3 4.1 4.4 4.3 4.3 5.4 5.1 4.8 6.4 5.7 3.2 3.6 4.1 3.0 4.1 4.6 4.3 2.9 2.0 3.5 4.0 4.6 3.8 3.1 3.8 3.1 4.6 5.7 4.8 2.8 4.4 3.9 4.1 3.3 4.7 4.9 4.6

TD 19 13 26 26 36 29 23 20 12 10 12 11 21 18 11 20 23 19 14 31 32 26 26 13 18 13 22 21 9 20 30 30 26 11 19 25 21 25 17 24 19 42 41 25 56 38 15 19 23 14 24 28 24 6 2 12 21 17 14 8 21 14 — — — — — — — 16 16 25 —

* = conference leader

PASSING OFFENSE Year 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002

G 13 12 13 13 13 14 14 12 13 12 13 13 12 12 13 13

Att 536 494 510 435 392 496 346 318 436 433 389 400 389 358 430 367

Comp 338 273 300 298 265 324 193 162 244 237 185 224 247 204 226 204

Yds 4,478 3,547 3,755 3,358 3,269 3,860 2,776 1,693 2,896 2,406 2,374 2,604 3,244 2,701 2,639 2,985

Pct. 63.1 55.3 58.8 68.5 67.6 65.3 55.8 50.9 56.0 55.6 47.6 56.0 63.5 57.0 52.6 55.6

Int. 10 16 13 6 9 11 9 14 12 20 15 14 6 13 15 11

TD 31 22 23 24 25 29 18 9 10 7 13 16 34 22 12 19

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

11 12 11 12 12 11 12 11 12 11 12 11 11 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 11 11 12 11 12 12 11 11 11 10 11 10 10 10 10 11 10 10 10 11 10 10 10 10 10 11 9 10 9 9 9 9 10 9 11 9

292 396 366 369 321 359 326 343 360 314 360 349 293 371 300 287 282 346 315 360 248 218 193 144 174 163 148 152 93 82 178 353 239 221 179 179 158 218 260 129 103 145 144 201 131 152 131 107 133 179 163 159 132 203 147 167 108

153 216 180 215 192 183 165 200 197 162 220 192 169 239 192 156 174 186 218 223 138 123 91 67 89 83 76 72 40 35 70 181 125 98 98 90 81 107 122 54 47 72 57 79 69 63 68 52 50 77 79 80 57 82 69 74 34

2,399 3,186 2,406 3,658 3,168 2,553 2,237 2,707 2,398 1,976 2,886 2,766 2,091 2,867 2,693 2,013 2,298 2,205 2,740 3,232 1,840 1,797 1,423 870 1,248 1,082 1,346 1,222 774 653 1,036 2,527 2,176 1,403 1,588 1,397 1,515 1,453 1,560 891 732 1,183 933 1,027 1,009 868 1,030 721 661 1,046 1,031 1,154 929 1,333 1,022 1,357 641

52.4 54.5 49.2 58.3 59.8 51.0 50.6 58.3 54.7 51.6 61.1 55.0 57.7 64.4 64.0 54.4 61.7 53.8 69.0 61.9 55.6 56.4 47.2 46.5 51.1 50.9 51.4 47.4 43.0 42.7 39.5 51.2 52.3 44.3 54.7 50.2 51.2 49.2 47.0 41.8 45.6 49.6 39.6 39.3 52.7 41.4 51.9 48.6 38.0 43.0 48.5 50.3 43.2 40.4 46.9 44.3 31.4

8 12 17 12 6 16 9 10 8 10 16 16 17 11 8 10 14 11 11 12 20 8 15 11 8 8 14 15 5 7 16 20 12 18 8 10 6 18 13 13 5 9 10 16 6 10 11 10 11 11 14 8 11 22 17 15 12

8 24 11 29 25 13 11 15 21 9 17 17 13 25 17 13 12 12 16 23 16 13 13 2 10 7 8 5 6 6 3 16 20 10 10 7 9 14 10 4 2 8 9 9 7 4 13 10 9 13 12 10 11 6 8 16 7

* = conference leader

TOTAL OFFENSE Year

G

Plays

Yds

Avg.

2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998* 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987* 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982*

13 12 13 13 13 14 14 12 13 12 13 13 12 12 13 13 11 12 11 12 12 11 12 11 12 11 12 11 11 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

932 839 970 992 958 1,095 898 802 857 812 916 836 825 824 885 886 751 858 776 859 819 824 872 756 881 750 900 763 734 910 897 858 914 867 896 908

5,952 4,558 6,055 6,082 5,825 6,531 5,273 3,800 4,386 3,399 4,337 4,291 5,172 4,920 3,834 4,643 4,268 4,386 3,597 5,847 5,156 4,251 4,787 4,395 4,602 3,347 5,287 4,332 3,492 5,252 5,107 4,620 4,988 4,064 4,679 5,100

6.38 5.43 6.24 6.13 6.08 5.96 5.87 4.74 5.12 4.19 4.73 5.13 6.27 5.97 4.33 5.24 5.68 5.11 4.64 6.81 6.30 5.16 5.49 5.81 5.22 4.46 5.87 5.68 4.76 5.77 5.69 5.38 5.46 4.69 5.22 5.62

75

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

12 11 11 12 11 12 12 11 11 11 10 11 10 10 10 10 11 10 10 10 11 10 10 10 10 10 11 9 10 9 9 9 9 10 9 11 9

826 779 817 839 775 903 894 755 782 755 679 857 762 700 679 730 752 620 649 577 726 641 631 730 713 659 656 561 683 706 659 652 638 631 623 777 593

3,753 4,086 4,142 3,826 3,817 5,060 5,167 4,106 5,177 4,463 2,634 4,364 4,304 2,847 3,662 3,735 3,736 2,474 2,319 2,267 2,972 3,227 2,628 2,472 3,012 2,220 3,199 3,299 2,981 2,299 3,036 2,835 2,748 2,588 2,954 4,025 2,609

* = conference leader

SCORING OFFENSE Year

G

Pts.

Avg.

2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998* 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993* 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987* 1986 1985* 1984 1983 1982* 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976* 1975 1974 1973* 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966* 1965 1964 1963 1962

13 12 13 13 13 14 14 12 13 12 13 13 12 12 13 13 11 12 11 12 12 11 12 11 12 11 12 11 11 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 11 11 12 11 12 12 11 11 11 10 11 10 10 10 10 11 10 10 10

422 299 419 435 480 482 323 242 286 212 291 299 469 361 248 387 317 353 230 476 477 330 338 239 368 201 323 305 209 392 426 385 363 275 309 399 302 306 257 261 269 391 349 240 470 351 166 274 329 197 284 281 257 145 96 118

32.5 24.9 32.2 33.5 36.9 34.4 23.1 20.2 22.0 17.7 22.4 23.0 39.1 30.1 19.1 29.8 28.8 29.4 20.9 39.7 39.8 30.0 28.2 21.7 30.7 18.3 26.9 27.7 19.0 32.7 35.5 32.1 30.3 22.9 25.8 33.3 25.2 27.8 23.4 21.8 24.5 32.6 29.1 21.2 42.7 31.9 16.6 24.9 32.9 19.7 28.4 28.1 23.4 14.5 9.6 11.8

4.54 5.25 5.07 4.56 4.93 5.60 5.78 5.44 6.62 5.91 3.88 5.10 5.65 4.07 5.39 5.12 4.97 3.99 3.57 3.93 4.09 5.03 4.16 3.39 4.22 3.37 4.88 5.88 4.36 3.26 4.61 4.35 4.31 4.10 4.74 5.18 4.40


RECORDS 1961* 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955* 1954** 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1945

11 10 10 10 10 10 11 9 10 9 9 9 9 10 9 11 9

185 175 169 136 190 148 199 367 222 220 188 196 227 156 172 327 135

16.8 17.5 16.9 13.6 19.0 14.8 18.1 40.8 22.2 24.4 20.9 21.8 25.2 15.6 19.1 29.7 15.0

PASSING DEFENSE

* = conference leader; ** = NCAA leader

RUSHING DEFENSE Year

G

Att.

Yds.

Avg.

TD

2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006* 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987* 1986 1985** 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961* 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955* 1954** 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1945

13 12 13 13 13 14 14 12 13 12 13 13 12 12 13 13 11 12 11 12 12 11 12 11 12 11 12 11 11 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 11 11 12 11 12 12 11 11 11 10 11 10 10 10 10 11 10 10 10 11 10 10 10 10 10 11 9 10 9 9 9 9 10 9 11 9

649 503 588 505 554 561 518 473 469 460 472 419 520 490 478 476 404 508 463 482 420 418 470 539 481 519 429 530 477 438 411 487 404 484 506 489 537 463 488 594 532 516 538 530 509 549 502 501 457 490 470 377 472 567 509 571 444 446 518 504 484 518 — 314 — — — — — — — — —

3,736 2,058 2,578 1,923 2,187 2,315 2,668 2,466 1,856 2,037 1,419 1,184 2,793 2,521 1,520 1,684 1,339 2,223 2,087 2,164 1,383 1,288 1,819 2,238 1,621 1,788 1,229 2,174 1,945 1,194 1,121 1,473 855 1,619 1,797 1,523 2,049 1,335 1,945 1,990 1,696 1,770 2,251 2,163 1,932 1,929 1,928 1,661 1,237 1,845 1,750 1,055 1,865 2,549 2,213 2,155 1,664 1,535 1,978 1,970 1,807 1,632 1,709 659 1,216 847 1,407 1,313 1,472 1,887 838 1,289 1,072

5.8 4.1 4.4 3.8 3.9 4.1 5.2 5.2 4.0 4.4 3.0 2.8 5.4 5.1 3.2 3.5 3.3 4.4 4.5 4.5 3.3 3.1 3.9 4.2 3.4 3.4 2.9 4.1 4.1 2.7 2.7 3.0 2.1 3.3 3.6 3.1 3.8 2.9 4.0 3.4 3.2 3.4 4.2 4.1 3.8 3.5 3.8 3.3 2.8 3.8 3.7 2.8 4.0 4.5 4.4 3.8 3.7 3.3 3.8 3.9 3.7 3.2 — 2.1 — — — — — — — — —

35 21 17 19 19 20 26 23 14 17 10 9 29 18 12 15 13 20 19 26 13 20 16 17 13 11 13 27 22 10 7 16 13 20 15 11 10 8 15 12 11 7 18 12 13 21 18 13 5 22 17 8 11 25 21 14 14 8 12 11 9 12 — — — — — — — — — — —

* = conference leader; ** = NCAA leader

Year

G

2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003* 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989* 1988 1987 1986* 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969* 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962* 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1945

13 12 13 13 13 14 14 12 13 12 13 13 12 12 13 13 11 12 11 12 12 11 12 11 12 11 12 11 11 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 11 11 12 11 12 12 11 11 11 10 11 10 10 10 10 11 10 10 10 11 10 10 10 10 10 11 9 10 9 9 9 9 10 9 11 9

Att. Comp 355 441 457 497 436 479 471 360 367 332 503 421 411 408 422 432 349 384 376 430 456 371 421 271 374 235 403 277 315 368 396 385 401 395 369 386 352 337 286 270 284 328 294 234 288 264 211 372 278 267 191 222 235 189 199 163 158 186 183 152 171 137 160 216 155 240 207 180 192 164 80 201 136

203 245 261 306 266 303 298 225 215 177 273 236 244 227 249 217 165 194 200 224 228 185 235 161 201 115 213 141 174 193 202 211 244 223 220 214 178 191 165 142 159 176 146 131 158 134 110 173 121 138 93 107 118 100 103 78 75 98 91 72 84 55 67 92 65 104 94 80 91 67 71 68 52

Yds.

Pct.

Int.

TD

2,552 2,526 2,642 3,258 2,830 3,508 3,172 2,575 2,486 2,012 3,043 2,904 2,824 2,674 2,609 2,967 2,188 2,613 2,804 3,090 2,838 2,792 3,011 2,241 2,410 1,488 2,641 1,852 1,795 2,092 2,276 2,178 2,646 2,670 2,651 2,406 2,128 2,041 2,012 1,748 1,915 1,740 1,842 1,700 1,668 2,050 1,414 2,573 1,358 1,676 1,105 1,397 1,500 1,304 1,339 924 864 1,092 1,181 993 1,003 942 814 1,049 686 1,153 1,090 949 1,324 987 1,030 968 710

57.2 55.6 57.1 61.6 61.0 63.3 63.3 62.5 58.6 53.3 54.3 56.1 59.4 55.6 52.6 50.2 47.3 50.5 53.2 52.1 50.0 49.9 55.8 59.4 53.7 48.9 52.9 50.9 55.2 52.4 51.0 54.8 60.8 56.5 59.6 55.4 50.6 56.7 57.7 52.6 56.0 53.7 49.7 55.9 54.8 50.8 52.2 46.5 43.6 51.7 48.7 48.2 50.2 52.8 51.7 47.8 47.4 52.7 49.7 47.3 49.1 39.9 41.9 42.5 41.9 43.3 45.4 44.4 47.4 40.9 39.4 33.8 38.2

8 15 12 11 14 15 14 7 20 11 13 13 8 14 19 17 16 13 17 12 22 13 9 10 19 7 21 14 17 13 22 21 15 11 25 12 19 18 14 23 15 25 12 14 22 20 9 12 22 13 15 25 18 11 9 10 14 14 11 17 22 17 16 28 20 34 14 19 14 15 11 29 18

19 12 18 22 16 27 28 19 16 19 23 18 19 18 15 20 12 24 22 16 14 19 22 17 14 10 10 10 8 11 17 9 10 9 12 16 10 9 15 9 7 9 12 9 10 11 11 17 6 7 5 5 9 10 8 3 4 3 10 9 4 5 — 4 — — — — — — — — —

* = conference leader

TOTAL DEFENSE Year

G

Plays

Yds.

Avg.

2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001*

13 12 13 13 13 14 14 12 13 12 13 13 12 12 13 13 11

1,004 944 1,045 1,002 990 1,040 989 833 836 792 975 840 931 898 900 908 753

6,288 4,584 5,220 5,181 5,017 5,823 5,840 5,041 4,342 4,049 4,462 4,088 5,617 5,195 4,129 4,651 3,527

6.26 4.86 4.99 5.17 5.07 5.60 5.90 6.05 5.19 5.11 4.58 4.87 6.03 5.79 4.59 5.12 4.68

76

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

12 11 12 12 11 12 11 12 11 12 11 11 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 11 11 12 11 12 12 11 11 11 10 11 10 10 10 10 11 10 10 10 11 10 10 10 10 10 11 9 10 9 9 9 9 10 9 11 9

892 839 912 876 789 891 810 855 754 832 807 792 806 807 872 805 879 875 875 889 800 774 864 816 844 832 766 797 813 713 873 735 751 661 653 805 788 756 780 660 686 755 704 918 715 727 530 654 668 653 624 669 713 607 740 553

4,836 4,891 5,254 4,221 4,080 4,830 4,479 4,031 3,276 3,870 4,026 3,740 3,286 3,397 3,651 3,501 4,289 4,448 3,929 4,077 3,376 3,957 3,738 3,611 3,510 4,093 3,872 3,600 3,979 3,342 4,034 2,595 3,521 2,855 2,452 3365 3853 3552 3079 2528 2627 3159 2963 2810 2574 2523 1708 1902 1953 2497 2262 2796 2874 1868 2257 1782

* = conference leader

SCORING DEFENSE Year

G

Pts.

Avg.

2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987* 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981

13 12 13 13 13 14 14 12 13 12 13 13 12 12 13 13 11 12 11 12 12 11 12 11 12 11 12 11 11 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

476 330 338 365 301 386 439 364 276 348 290 259 410 309 305 326 225 368 311 340 247 318 300 295 230 232 190 332 246 190 195 222 214 248 265 231 197

36.6 27.5 26.0 28.1 23.2 27.6 31.4 30.3 21.2 29.0 22.3 19.9 34.2 25.8 23.5 25.1 20.5 30.7 28.3 28.3 20.6 28.9 25.0 26.8 19.2 21.1 15.8 30.2 22.4 15.8 16.3 18.5 17.8 20.7 22.1 19.3 16.4

5.42 5.83 5.76 4.82 5.17 5.42 5.53 4.71 4.34 4.65 4.99 4.72 4.08 4.21 4.19 4.35 4.88 5.08 4.49 4.59 4.22 5.11 4.33 4.43 4.16 4.92 5.05 4.52 4.89 4.69 4.62 3.53 4.69 4.32 3.75 4.18 4.89 4.70 3.95 3.83 3.83 4.18 4.21 3.06 3.60 3.47 3.22 2.91 2.90 3.82 3.63 4.18 4.03 3.08 3.05 2.68


RECORDS 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

11 11 12 11 12 12 11 11 11 10 11 10 10 10 10 11 10 10 10 11 10 10 10 10 10 11 9 10 9 9 9 9 10 9 11 9

135 256 172 196 173 243 174 199 239 243 240 103 246 161 127 162 145 219 139 142 84 150 173 90 122 74 40 76 55 120 96 188 235 80 117 79

12.3 23.3 14.3 17.8 14.4 20.3 15.8 18.1 21.7 24.3 21.8 10.3 24.6 16.1 12.7 16.2 14.5 21.9 13.9 12.9 8.4 15.0 17.3 9.0 12.2 7.4 4.4 7.6 6.1 13.3 10.7 20.9 23.5 8.9 10.6 8.8

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

G 12 12 13 13 13 14 14 12 13 10 8 13 12 11 13 13 8 11 8 11 12 11 11 11 9 7 11 11 11 10 10 11 8 10 11 12 10 9 10 12 11 12 12 11 11 11 9 11 10 10 9 10 11 10 9 10 11

Att 117 82 237 251 160 282 166 214 126 141 142 227 186 160 135 234 216 269 98 126 258 224 296 210 100 115 191 154 130 166 206 253 158 158 188 97 195 203 271 211 176 200 208 132 150 140 131 107 158 121 111 138 122 113 47 82 112

163 132 79 98 106 144 47 146 96 159 88 118 62 66 84 95 54 78 152 69 121 169 147 138 106

803 417 307 388 396 892 508 665 206 597 407 401 296 455 540 679 352 330 526 354 383 812 573 530 423

4.9 3.4 3.9 4.0 3.7 6.2 10.8 4.6 2.1 3.8 4.6 3.4 4.8 6.9 6.3 7.2 6.5 4.2 3.5 4.7 3.2 4.8 3.7 3.8 3.9

TOTAL OFFENSE (Based on Yardage)

RUSHING (Based on Yardage) Player Bolu Olorunfunmi Soso Jamabo Paul Perkins Paul Perkins Brett Hundley Johnathan Franklin Johnathan Franklin Johnathan Franklin Johnathan Franklin Kahlil Bell Kahlil Bell Chris Markey Maurice Jones-Drew Maurice Jones-Drew Maurice Jones-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

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

* = conference leader

* = conference leader; ** = NCAA leader Year 2017 2016 2015 2014* 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001* 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995* 1994 1993 1992 1991* 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986* 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973* 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961*

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

Yds 565 321 1,343 1,575 748 1,734 976 1,127 566 397 795 1,107 914 1,007 582 994 1,109 1,037 421 673 1,282 1,034 1,571 1,227 563 582 1,141 798 463 784 1,098 1,405 712 605 898 482 883 1,105 1,396 1,283 938 1,092 1,388 763 1,129 952 556 573 761 476 662 809 821 325 179 472 703

Avg 4.8 3.9 5.7 6.3 4.7 6.1 5.9 5.3 4.5 2.8 5.6 4.9 4.9 6.3 4.3 4.2 5.1 3.9 4.3 5.3 5.0 4.6 5.3 5.8 5.6 5.1 6.0 5.2 3.6 4.7 5.3 5.6 4.5 3.8 4.8 5.0 4.5 5.4 5.2 6.1 5.3 5.5 6.7 5.8 7.5 6.8 4.2 5.4 4.8 3.9 6.0 5.9 6.7 2.9 3.8 5.8 6.3

Year

Player

Att

Yds

2017* 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990* 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967* 1966* 1965* 1964 1963 1962 1961* 1960* 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951* 1950

Josh Rosen Josh Rosen Josh Rosen Brett Hundley Brett Hundley Brett Hundley Kevin Prince Richard Brehaut 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

502 253 524 551 531 638 344 269 376 499 164 330 428 394 399 212 233 278 237 432 391 424 316 364 364 139 420 417 316 432 352 331 268 312 339 470 337 203 271 211 280 275 343 183 150 168 131 423 303 231 301 280 326 309 258 134 214 292 195 122 157 94 173 136 252 171 293 138

3,659 1,843 3,685 3,799 3,819 4,095 2,252 1,357 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

77

1949 1948 1947 1946* 1945 1944* 1943 1942* 1941 1940 1939* 1938 1937

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

196 144 89 154 95 157 81 166 149 218 262 212 210

958 954 507 1,071 679 980 330 1,177 780 827 1,394 787 1,025

* = conference leader based on average yds per game

PASSING (Based on Completions) Year

Player

2017* 2016

Josh Rosen Josh Rosen Mike Fafaul Josh Rosen Brett Hundley Brett Hundley Brett Hundley Kevin Prince Richard Brehaut Kevin Prince Kevin Craft Patrick Cowan Ben Olson Patrick Cowan Drew Olson Drew Olson Drew Olson Cory Paus Cory Paus Cory Paus Cory Paus Cade McNown Cade McNown Cade McNown Cade McNown Wayne Cook Wayne Cook Rob Walker John Barnes 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

2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990* 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967* 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946* 1945 1944* 1943 1942*

PC -PA

Pct

Yds

TD

283-452 137-231 135-259 292-487 271-392 248-371 318-478 126-224 119-212 173-308 232-417 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

.626 .593 .521 60.0 69.1 66.8 66.5 56.2 56.1 56.2 55.6 53.3 48.3 52.5 64.0 57.5 53.2 59.2 52.1 55.6 48.2 58.0 60.6 52.4 49.8 59.3 55.6 54.6 52.1 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

3,756 1,915 1,602 3,670 3,155 3,071 3,740 1,828 1,296 2,050 2,341 696 1,040 1,782 3,198 2,565 2,067 1,647 1,740 2,154 1,336 3,470 3,116 2,424 1,698 2,501 2,067 791 957 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

26 10 12 23 22 24 29 12 6 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


RECORDS 1941 1940 1939 1938 1937

Bob Waterfield Jackie Robinson Kenny Washington Kenny Washington Kenny Washington

49-130 43-97 38-92 21-65 34-72

37.7 45.7 40.9 32.3 47.2

828 444 582 214 495

* = conference leader based on average yds per game

QB PASSING EFFICIENCY Year

Player

2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956

Josh Rosen Josh Rosen Josh Rosen Brett Hundley Brett Hundley Brett Hundley Kevin Prince Richard Brehaut 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 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 Carl Jones Mike Haffner Bill Kilmer Bill Kilmer Don Long Don Long Doug Bradley

Rating 146.9 138.9 134.3 152.7 153.7 147.7 135.3 110.2 115.5 98.7 115.3 113.4 161.6 132.4 111.3 145.8 132.8 145.7 107.8 156.9 168.6 115.2 113.1 140.6 132.5 128.1 135.0 133.1 122.6 147.4 157.6 115.5 141.0 110.6 148.5 151.5 132.8 132.1 122.4 92.0 117.4 115.0 126.0 130.8 118.0 120.0 85.3 111.7 148.3 98.0 136.9 116.2 144.9 113.5 107.7 122.6 119.0 128.4 111.9 110.0 150.8 101.1

RECEIVING (Based on Receptions) Year

Player

2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996

Jordan Lasley Darren Andrews Jordan Payton Jordan Payton Shaquelle Evans Shaquelle Evans Nelson Rosario Taylor Embree Taylor Embree Terrence Austin Brandon Breazell Chris Markey Marcedes Lewis Craig Bragg Craig Bragg Craig Bragg Craig Bragg Freddie Mitchell Freddie Mitchell Danny Farmer Jim McElroy Danny Farmer

Rec

Yds

TD

69 55 78 67 47 60 64 32 45 53 51 35 58 36 73 55 29 77 38 58 47 31

1,264 709 1,105 954 709 877 1,161 409 608 460 810 261 741 483 1,065 889 408 1,494 533 1,274 988 524

9 4 5 7 9 3 5 0 2 1 4 0 10 4 5 8 2 9 0 9 10 4

3 2 7 3 3

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

Kevin Jordan Kevin Jordan J.J. Stokes J.J. Stokes Sean LaChapelle Reggie Moore Charles Arbuckle Mike Farr Willie Anderson Willie Anderson Karl Dorrell Mike Sherrard Mike Sherrard Cormac Carney Cormac Carney Cormac Carney Tim Wrightman Severn Reece Homer Butler Wally Henry Wally Henry Norm Andersen Norm Andersen Brad Lyman Terry Vernoy Rick Wilkes Gwen Cooper Ron Copeland Mike Garratt Dave Nuttall Harold Busby Kurt Altenberg Kurt Altenberg Mike Haffner Mel Profit Mel Profit Kermit Alexander Kermit Alexander Marv Luster Marv Luster Dick Wallen Dick Wallen Dick Wallen Chuck Holoway Pete O’Garro Rommie Loudd Bill Stits Ike Jones Ernie Stockert Ernie Stockert Bob Wilkinson Bill Clements Bill Clements Burr Baldwin Gene Rowland Johnny Roesch Dave Brown Milt Smith Milt Smith Milt Smith Woody Strode Woody Strode

43 73 82 41 73 40 33 66 48 36 39 43 48 46 29 33 22 15 25 22 17 27 19 13 21 43 38 21 21 37 29 32 31 31 28 12 12 14 17 22 19 20 23 10 10 13 9 25 30 20 27 16 13 18 8 12 16 19 15 19 15 7

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

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

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

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

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

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

* = conference leader

PUNTING Year

Player

No

Yds

Avg

2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987

Stefan Flintoft Austin Kent Matt Mengel Matt Mengel Sean Covington Jeff Locke Jeff Locke Jeff Locke Jeff Locke Aaron Perez Aaron Perez Aaron Perez Aaron Perez Chris Kluwe Chris Kluwe Nate Fikse Nate Fikse Nate Fikse Nate Fikse Chris Sailer Chris Sailer Chris Sailer Chris Sailer Darren Schager Darren Schager Darren Schager Darren Schager Courtney Keyler Kirk Maggio Harold Barkate Harold Barkate

56 44 54 59 54 77 64 64 70 79 91 62 54 61 91 71 53 75 68 57 59 66 59 53 66 74 27 51 45 35 41

2,404 1,685 2,166 2,372 2,263 3,337 2,838 2,934 3,054 3,571 3,853 2,639 2,157 2,647 3,908 2,975 2,342 3,246 2,857 2,336 2,543 2,743 2,498 2,342 2,755 3,100 1,065 2,044 2,036 1,477 1,711

42.9 38.3 40.1 40.2 41.9 43.3 44.3 45.8 43.6 45.2 42.3 42.6 39.9 43.4 42.9 41.9 44.2 43.3 42.0 41.0 43.1 41.6 42.3 44.2 41.7 41.9 39.4 40.1 45.2 42.2 41.7

78

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

Year

Player

Pts

2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006* 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001* 2000 1999 1998 1997* 1996 1995 1994 1993* 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988* 1987* 1986 1985* 1984* 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976

JJ Molson JJ Molson Ka'imi Fairbairn Ka'imi Fairbairn Ka'imi Fairbairn Ka'imi Fairbairn Derrick Coleman Kai Forbath Kai Forbath Kai Forbath Kai Forbath Justin Medlock Maurice Drew Justin Medlock Justin Medlock Tyler Ebell DeShaun Foster DeShaun Foster Chris Griffith Chris Sailer Skip Hicks Skip Hicks Karim Abdul-Jabbar Bjorn Merten J.J. Stokes Louis Perez 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

100 63 107 101 101 104 66 66 108 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


RECORDS 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

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

84 54 96 63 46 40 60 28 66 64 84 36 36 45 85 52 36 18 48 19 69 66 78 36 30 36 60 27 24 42 30 54 18 45 18 18 36 30 60

* = conference leader

PUNT RETURNS Year

Player

No

Yds

Avg

Adarius Pickett Ishmael Adams Devin Fuller Ishmael Adams Shaq Evans Steven Manfro Taylor Embree Taylor Embree Terrence Austin Terrence Austin Terrence Austin Terrence Austin Ryan Graves 2005* Maurice Drew 2004 Craig Bragg Maurice Drew 2003 Craig Bragg 2002 Tyler Ebell * Craig Bragg 2001 Ricky Manning, Jr. 2000 Ricky Manning, Jr. 1999 Ryan Roques Ricky Manning, Jr. 1998 Ryan Roques 1997 Eric Scott 1996 Paul Guidry 1995* Paul Guidry 1994 Paul Guidry 1993 Paul Guidry 1992 Sean LaChapelle 1991 Chad LaRose 1990 Scott Miller 1989 Mike Farr 1988* Darryl Henley 1987 Darryl Henley 1986 Darryl Henley 1985 Gifford Irvine 1984 Ron Pitts 1983 Lupe Sanchez 1982 Lupe Sanchez 1981 Tom Sullivan 1980 Kenny Easley Tom Sullivan 1979 Kenny Easley 1978 Kenny Easley 1977 Michael Coulter 1976 Severn Reece * Michael Coulter 1975 Jeff Dankworth 1974 Kent Pearce 1973 John Sciarra 1972 John Sciarra 1971 Ron Carver 1970 Ron Carver

10 16 12 21 17 15 112 15 33 23 31 8 8 15 19 10 38 24 16 16 18 13 10 21 23 23 25 13 29 15 16 14 13 23 24 18 23 20 21 28 19 10 10 27 7 10 24 14 17 9 15 22 25 21

72 60 141 193 115 132 57 104 302 219 311 110 63 427 285 152 302 273 256 53 120 90 102 267 247 155 377 76 303 136 102 112 28 282 270 90 131 138 128 226 152 76 43 336 41 15 188 179 108 26 188 265 190 124

7.2 3.8 11.8 9.2 6.8 8.8 4.8 6.9 9.2 9.5 10.0 13.8 7.9 28.5 15.0 15.2 7.9 11.4 16.0 3.3 6.7 6.9 10.2 12.7 10.7 6.7 15.1 5.8 10.4 9.1 6.4 8.0 2.2 12.3 11.3 5.0 5.7 6.9 6.1 8.1 8.0 7.6 4.3 12.4 5.9 1.5 7.8 12.7 6.4 2.9 12.5 12.1 7.6 5.9

2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006

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

Ron Carver Mark Gustafson Mark Gustafson Ray Armstrong Tim McAteer Tim McAteer John White Ezell Singleton Ezell Singleton Kermit Alexander Ezell Singleton Bob Smith Phil Parslow Bill Mason Lou Elias Sam Brown Primo Villanueva Sam Brown Paul Cameron Joe Sabol Pete Dailey Joe Sabol Ernie Johnson Howard Hansen Al Hoisch Ernie Johnson Gene Rowland Ernie Johnson Brooks Biddle Jack Boyd Vic Smith Johnny Roesch Jack Boyd Al Solari Ted Forbes Jackie Robinson Jackie Robinson

33 17 18 20 30 8 20 12 16 8 7 8 13 9 19 11 12 10 23 21 22 18 10 10 9 8 20 19 11 7 16 6 10 19 20 19 18

292 143 249 232 200 51 88 82 136 137 41 72 74 84 143 152 106 262 302 183 299 194 137 115 89 105 138 309 72 95 144 160 92 220 302 399 295

8.9 8.4 13.8 11.6 6.7 6.4 4.4 6.8 8.5 17.1 5.9 9.0 5.7 9.3 7.4 13.8 8.8 26.2 13.1 8.7 13.6 10.8 13.7 11.5 9.9 13.1 6.9 16.3 6.5 13.6 9.0 26.7 9.2 11.6 15.1 21.0 16.5

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

*= conference leader

KICKOFF RETURNS Year

Player

No

Yds

Avg

2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007* 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000

Darnay Holmes Ishmael Adams Devin Fuller Ishmael Adams Steven Manfro Damien Thigpen Josh Smith Josh Smith Terrence Austin Terrence Austin Matthew Slater Derrick Williams Chris Markey Chris Markey Maurice Jones-Drew Tab Perry Craig Bragg Tab Perry Mike Vanis Lovell Houston Ryan Roques Jermaine Lewis Jim McElroy Jim McElroy Derek Ayers Jim McElroy Derek Ayers Andy Colbert Ricky Davis Ricky Davis Shawn Wills Brian Brown Shawn Wills Brian Brown Kevin Williams Shawn Wills Brian Brown Darryl Henley Darryl Henley Paco Craig Gaston Green Karl Dorrell Dokie Williams Jojo Townsell Cormac Carney Kenny Easley Theotis Brown James Owens Wally Henry *Theotis Brown Wally Henry Greg Williams Kermit Johnson John Sciarra Kermit Johnson Ron Carver

33 32 17 26 18 14 49 32 43 46 34 13 17 18 20 25 10 29 7 18 14 14 15 24 15 9 10 6 19 14 5 22 14 22 12 18 15 22 6 7 6 8 18 14 13 14 17 14 20 8 22 17 11 17 11 11

715 734 411 591 446 376 1,123 723 1,036 1,109 986 340 383 399 533 626 186 598 173 435 381 294 377 595 298 186 182 123 358 285 108 456 310 465 261 361 341 488 140 105 138 164 449 290 287 337 447 234 386 204 489 419 317 375 217 201

21.7 22.9 24.2 22.7 24.8 26.9 23.1 22.6 24.1 24.1 29.0 26.2 22.5 22.2 26.6 25.0 18.6 20.6 24.7 24.2 27.2 21.0 25.1 24.8 19.9 20.7 18.2 20.5 18.8 20.4 21.6 20.7 22.1 21.1 21.8 20.1 22.7 22.2 23.3 15.0 23.0 20.5 24.9 20.7 22.1 24.1 26.3 16.7 19.3 25.5 22.2 24.6 28.8 22.0 19.8 18.3

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

79

1942 1941 1940

Ron Carver Mickey Cureton Ron Carver Greg Jones Bill Bolden Ray Armstrong Bob Stiles Tim McAteer John White Byron Nelson Kermit Alexander Kermit Alexander Gene Gaines Jimmy Johnson Gene Gaines Phil Parslow Bill Mason Lou Elias Sam Brown Primo Villanueva Paul Cameron Bill Stits Pete Dailey Ted Narleski Ted Narleski Ernie Johnson Ernie Johnson Al Hoisch Al Hoisch Cal Rossi Jack Porter Ernie Case Jack Boyd Cal Rossi Merle Campbell Will Beling Bob Andrews Jack Boyd Troy Horton Al Solari Ted Forbes Ted Forbes

21 10 8 19 14 11 13 20 12 11 12 9 9 9 8 6 5 10 9 4 9 7 7 7 14 17 12 5 6 3 3 2 6 4 6 6 6 6 6 12 10 9

434 248 255 478 278 267 274 388 221 280 313 188 231 230 188 115 107 210 200 80 182 142 168 107 348 383 292 138 249 57 50 61 111 127 120 118 110 108 89 292 223 225

20.7 24.8 31.9 25.2 19.8 24.3 21.1 19.4 18.4 25.5 26.1 20.9 25.7 25.6 23.5 19.2 21.4 21.0 22.2 20.0 20.2 20.3 24.0 15.3 24.8 22.6 24.3 27.6 41.5 19.0 16.7 30.5 18.5 31.8 20.0 19.7 18.3 18.0 14.8 24.3 22.3 25.0

* = conference leader

ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE Year Player

Rush

Rec

Pret Kret

Total

2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001* 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967

-6 30 1,343 1,575 573 1,734 26 1,127 25 90 0 1,107 914 1,007 0 994 1,109 -1 37 40 1,282 1,034 1,571 1,227 0 0 1,141 798 463 622 1,098 1,405 712 605 898 93 883 1,105 1,396 1,283 938 1,092 1,388 763 1,129 952 414 463 721 497 662

1264 178 242 201 296 323 243 63 455 460 0 261 453 262 1,065 72 129 1,494 533 1,274 389 283 188 118 1,181 728 143 104 108 41 106 70 34 185 192 718 64 161 140 74 146 92 0 5 0 36 11 47 43 150 119

0 60 0 0 6 0 0 0 302 219 0 9 427 152 302 273 0 0 28 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 40 0 39

1,316 1,002 1,585 1,776 875 2,062 1,401 1,190 1,818 1,878 986 1,377 1,863 1,606 1,388 1,382 1,238 1,493 720 1,314 1,671 1,317 1,759 1,345 1,181 728 1,284 1,358 1,036 1,024 1,273 1,475 746 790 1,207 1,126 947 1,266 1,536 1,804 1,318 1,407 1,388 888 1,446 1,027 642 699 1,052 1,125 820

Jordan Lasley Ishmael Adams Paul Perkins Paul Perkins Paul Perkins Johnathan Franklin Josh Smith Johhathan Franklin Terrence Austin Terrence Austin Matthew Slater Chris Markey M. Jones-Drew M. Jones-Drew Craig Bragg Tyler Ebell DeShaun Foster Freddie Mitchell Freddie Mitchell Danny Farmer Skip Hicks Skip Hicks K. Abdul-Jabbar K. Abdul-Jabbar J.J. Stokes J.J. Stokes Kevin Williams Brian Brown Brian Brown Shawn Wills Gaston Green Gaston Green Gaston Green Danny Andrews Kevin Nelson JoJo Townsell Kevin Nelson Freeman McNeil Freeman McNeil Theotis Brown James Owens Theotis Brown Wendell Tyler Russel Charles Kermit Johnson Kermit Johnson Kermit Johnson Arthur Sims Mickey Cureton Greg Jones Greg Jones

58 734 0 0 0 5 1,132 0 1,036 1,109 986 0 69 185 21 43 0 0 122 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 456 465 361 69 0 0 0 117 315 0 0 0 447 234 223 0 120 317 39 217 189 248 478 0


RECORDS 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960

Mel Farr Mel Farr Mike Haffner Byron Nelson Kermit Alexander Mike Haffner Bill Kilmer

809 821 31 114 472 696 803

225 180 515 291 178 0 0

0 0 28 16 26 13 0

77 63 27 280 313 27 0

1,111 1,064 601 701 989 736 803

*= conference leader

BLOCKED KICKS Year

Player

2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985

Adarius Pickett Rick Wade, DeChaun Holiday Takkarist McKinley Ishmael Adams E. Kendricks, M. Jack, C. Marsh, K. Orjioke Datone Jones, Cassius Marsh Sheldon Price Dalton Hilliard Jerzy Siewierski A. Ayers, B. Price, R. Stokes, S. Westgate Kevin Brown, Korey Bosworth Will Peddie B. Harwell, E. McNeal, N. Dragovic Chris Horton Spencer Havner Spencer Havner R. Thomas, R. Leisle, J. Stephens none Ryan Nece, Audie Attar Tod McBride Larry Atkins Travis Kirschke, Eric Scott Grady Stretz, DuVal Hicks none Derek Ayers Sale Isaia Michael Williams none none Chance Johnson, Doug Kline none Carnell Lake, Randy Beverly Chuckie Miller, Eric Smith, Darryl Henley

No. 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 3 1 1 2 1 2 2 3 2 0 1 2 2 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 1

INTERCEPTIONS Year

Player

2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011* 2010 2009* 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003

Darnay Holmes Randall Goforth Ishmael Adams, Randall Goforth, Jaleel Wadood Eric Kendricks Ishmael Adams Andrew Abbott, Sheldon Price Andrew Abbott Aaron Hester Rahim Moore Rahim Moore, Michael Norris Trey Brown Trey Brown Spencer Havner Jarrad Page, Matthew Clark Justin London, Spencer Havner, Jarrad Page, Rodney Leisle Ricky Manning, Jr., Ben Emanuel II Matt Ware Ricky Manning, Jr. Ryan Roques Larry Atkins, Ryan Roques Larry Atkins Kusanti Abdul-Salaam Paul Guidry, Teddy Lawrence, Javelin Guidry Abdul McCullough, Donnie Edwards Marvin Goodwin Carlton Gray Carlton Gray Eric Turner Eric Turner Marcus Turner Marcus Turner Craig Rutledge James Washington James Washington, Craig Rutledge Don Rogers Lupe Sanchez Tom Sullivan Jimmy Turner Kenny Easley Kenny Easley Kenny Easley Michael Coulter, Levi Armstrong, Harold Hardin Barney Person Kent Pearce John Nanoski Jimmy Allen Ron Carver, Rob Scribner Reynaud Moore Ron Carver

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*

No. 3 4 2 3 4 4 4 3 10 3 5 4 3 3 3 4 5 4 4 4 6 4 2 3 7 2 11 5 3 5 4 6 5 5 7 5 6 5 4 7 6 4 5 4 6 6 3 4 6

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*

Dennis Spurling Sandy Green Andy Herrera, Don Manning Bob Stiles Jim Miller Bob Richardson, Kurt Altenberg Ezell Singleton Bob Smith, Ezell Singleton, Andy Von Zonn Ezell Singleton, Gene Gaines, Earl Smith Dean Moore, Trusse Norris Phil Parslow, John Brown Kirk Wilson, Dick Wallen Five players with John Herman Bruce Ballard Paul Cameron Bill Stits Bill Stits Joe Sabol Ray Nagel Howard Hansen Cal Rossi, Ben Reiges Ernie Johnson, Ben Reiges Bill Stamper, Jack Porter Bob Waterfield Dean Witt, Mike Marienthal, Don Paul Bob Waterfield

5 6 5 9 4 2 2 2 2 2 3 4 2 3 4 4 8 5 5 3 3 3 6 3 4 2 7

* = conference leader

INTERCEPTION YARDS Year

Player

Yds

2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952

Darnay Holmes Randall Goforth Ishmael Adams Ishmael Adams Myles Jack Tevin McDonald Andrew Abbott Akeem Ayers Alterraun Verner Michael Norris Dennis Keyes Alterraun Verner Spencer Havner Spencer Havner Spencer Havner Ben Emanuel II Matt Ware Ricky Manning, Jr. Ricky Manning, Jr. Ryan Roques Larry Atkins Abdul McCullough Ted Nwoke Abdul McCullough Marvin Goodwin Othello Henderson Carlton Gray Eric Turner Carlton Gray Marcus Turner Eric Turner Craig Rutledge James Washington James Washington Don Rogers Blanchard Montgomery Tom Sullivan Kenny Easley Lupe Sanchez Brian Baggott Jerry Robinson Jerry Robinson Barney Person Greg Williams James Bright Allan Ellis James Bright Ron Carver Ron Carver Scott Hooks Sandy Green Dallas Grider Bob Stiles Bob Richardson Steve Butler Ezell Singleton Bob Smith Bob Smith Dean Moore Phil Parslow Kirk Wilson Pat Pinkston Bob Bergdahl Jim Decker Don Stalwick Bill Stits

30 89 109 115 67 50 37 90 158 44 111 123 37 73 127 77 56 64 83 79 154 62 12 109 136 18 132 59 78 94 162 104 90 103 81 76 28 63 22 123 95 141 52 49 138 116 34 85 97 40 73 73 125 25 86 57 51 44 37 117 74 76 72 91 70 235

80

1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1945 1944 1943 1942

Bill Stits Joe Sabol Ray Nagel Les Steiner Cal Rossi Ernie Johnson Bill Stamper Johnny Roesch Dean Witt Everett Riddle

68 92 54 47 46 58 65 70 21 106

TACKLES Year

Player

2017 2016* 2015 2014 2013 2012* 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004* 2003* 2002 2001* 2000 1999 1998 1997

Kenny Young, lb Jayon Brown, lb Jayon Brown, lb Eric Kendricks, lb Eric Kendricks, lb Eric Kendricks, lb Patrick Larimore, lb Tony Dye,s Reggie Carter, lb Reggie Carter, lb Dennis Keyes, s Chris Horton, s Spencer Havner, lb Spencer Havner, lb Brandon Chillar, lb Marcus Reese, lb Robert Thomas, lb Robert Thomas, lb Joey Strycula, s Larry Atkins, s Shaun Williams, s Brian Wilmer, lb Brian Wilmer, lb Abdul McCullough, lb Donnie Edwards, lb Marvin Goodman, s Othello Henderson, s Matt Darby, s Eric Turner, s Craig Davis, lb Chance Johnson, lb Ken Norton, lb Ken Norton, lb James Washington, s James Washington, s Don Rogers, s Don Rogers, s Don Rogers, s Avon Riley, lb Arthur Akers, lb Jerry Robinson, lb Jerry Robinson, lb Jerry Robinson, lb Terry Tautolo, lb

1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975

G

No.

13 12 12 13 11 14 13 12 13 12 13 13 12 11 13 13 11 12 11 12 10 12 11 12 11 12 11 11 11

110 119 93 149 106 150 81 96 79 83 115 95 99 125 133 103 111 88 69 94 68 68 102 100 106 83 90 85 93 143 110 125 106 109 119 143 124 133 112 88 161 147 159 120

*= conference leader based on average per game

SACKS Year

Player

2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012* 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007* 2006* 2005 2004 2003* 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987* 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982

Jacob Tuioti-Mariner, dl Takkarist McKinley, dl Aaron Wallace, lb Deon Hollins, lb Anthony Barr, lb Anthony Barr, lb Datone Jones, dl Akeem Ayers, lb; Sean Westgate, lb Brian Price, dl Korey Bosworth, lb Bruce Davis, dl Bruce Davis, dl; Justin Hickman, dl Justin Hickman, dl Kevin Brown, dl; Spencer Havner, lb Dave Ball, dl Dave Ball, dl Kenyon Coleman, dl Marcus Reese, lb Santi Hall, lb Brendon Ayanbadejo, lb Weldon Forde, dl Weldon Forde, dl George Kase, dl Donnie Edwards, lb Jamir Miller, lb Jamir Miller, lb Arnold Ale, dl; Jamir Miller, lb Roman Phifer, lb Marvcus Patton, lb Carnell Lake, lb; Jim Wahler, dl Carnell Lake, lb Eric Smith, lb Terry Tumey, dl; Mark Walen, dl Neal Dellocono, lb Jeff Chaffin, dl; Doug West, lb Neal Dellocono, lb

No. 7.5 10.0 7.0 9.0 10.0 13.5 3.0 4.0 7.0 7.5 12.0 12.5 5.5 8.5 16.5 11.0 9.0 4.0 4.0 9.0 6.0 6.0 5.0 12.5 12.5 11.0 5.0 3.0 11.0 5.5 13.0 11.0 9.0 9.0 7.0 6.0


RECORDS 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975

Karl Morgan, dl; Martin Moss, dl Brad Plemmons, lb Irv Eatman, dl Martin Moss, dl Don Hopwood, dl Dave Morton, lb Manu Tuiasosopo, dl Frank Stephens, lb

6.0 6.0 8.0 4.0 8.0 5.0 9.0 8.0

* = conference leader based on average per game

FUMBLES CAUSED Year

Player

2017

J. Wadood, N. Meadors, K. Lucier-South, M. Moore, M. Johnson, O. Odighizuwa Takkarist McKinley Takkarist McKinley, Kenny Young E. Kendricks, E. Vanderdoes, D. Hollins E. McCarthy, M. Rios, T. McKinley Anthony Barr Anthony Barr P. Larimore, T. McDonald, G. Love, D. Riley Pat Larimore Akeem Ayers Reggie Carter Bruce Davis, Matthew Slater, Brian Price Bruce Davis, Dennis Keyes Jarrad Page, Dennis Keyes, Marcus Cassel Jarrad Page Dave Ball Spencer Havner Robert Thomas, Rodney Leisle, Jason Stephens Robert Thomas Santi Hall Marques Anderson Danjuan Magee B. Wilmer, P. Ward, A. McCullough, D. Magee, K. Abdul-Salaam, J. Ruckman G. Thompkins, M. Wiley Tommy Bennett Rod Smalley Donnie Edwards Donnie Edwards Jamir Miller Eric Turner, Matt Darby, Meech Shaw Rocen Keeton, Matt Chalenski Craig Davis Stacy Argo, Bryan Wilcox Carnell Lake, Jim Wahler Terry Tumey J. Washington, S. Jarecki, C. Miller Neal Dellocono, Terry Tumey D. Rogers, R. Pitts, J. Chaffin, C. Block Neal Dellocono, Eugene Leoni Tom Sullivan Kenny Easley, Larry Hall, Irv Eatman Kenny Easley Kenny Easley Jerry Robinson Jerry Robinson, Frank Stephens Terry Tautolo, Dale Curry

2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996

1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975

No. 1 3 2 1 5 4 1 3 4 3 2 3 2 2 5 3 2 6 2 4 4

1 4 3 6 3 3 1 5 2 3 3 3 3 2 2 5 2 3 4 4 3 4

1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975

Chance Johnson Carnell Lake, Dennis Price, Randy Austin Chuckie Miller Jim Wahler, Darryl Henley Lee Knowles, Mark Walen Neal Dellocono Eugene Leoni Martin Moss Kenny Easley Kenny Easley Mike Molina J. Robinson, F. Stephens, M. Tuiasosopo J. Robinson, M. Tuiasosopo, T. Murphy Raymond Bell, Cliff Frazier

Player

2017 2016 2015 2014

Jacob Tuioti-Mariner Kenny Young Deon Hollins E. Kendricks, K. Clark, E. Vanderdoes, R. Goforth, T. Lagace Anthony Barr Eric Kendricks, Cassius Marsh Isaiah Bowens Akeem Ayers Akeem Ayers, Jerzy Siewierski Korey Bosworth Tom Blake Bruce Davis, Chase Moline Spencer Havner, William Snead Marcus Cassel B.Chillar, B. Emanuel, J. Page, R. Leisle, D. Link Brandon Chillar Ryan Nece Marques Anderson R. Nece, T. White, K. Coleman, R. Roques K. Kocher, M. Reese, A. Abdul Azziz, J. Williams, B. Pieper, A. Attar, P. Nelson Larry Atkins S. Williams, L. Atkins, K. Coleman B. Wilmer, T. Kirschke, J. Guidry, K. Abdul-Salaam, W. Forde, D. Smith, D. Cline, J. Bell, K. Farris Tommy Bennett Abdul McCullough M. Goodwin, D. Edwards, T. Bennett Othello Henderson Matt Darby Brian Brown Rocen Keeton

2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999

1998 1997 1996

1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989

QUARTERBACK RECORDS AS STARTER Year 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010

PASSES BROKEN UP Year

Player

No.

2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981

Nate Meadors Fabian Moreau Marcus Rios Anthony Jefferson, Fabian Moreau Myles Jack Tevin McDonald Tevin McDonald Tony Dye Rahim Moore Alterraun Verner Trey Brown Trey Brown, Rodney Van Trey Brown, Marcus Cassel Matthew Clark B. Chillar, J. London, S. Havner Spencer Havner, Ricky Manning Marques Anderson Ricky Manning Joey Strycula Jason Bell Javelin Guidry, Weldon Forde Kusanti Abdul-Salaam Javelin Guidry Teddy Lawrence M. Goodwin, T. Lawrence, C. Greenwood Carlton Gray Carlton Gray Carlton Gray Eric Turner Darryl Henley Darryl Henley Dennis Price Chuckie Miller Craig Rutledge, Herb Welch Lupe Sanchez Don Rogers Don Rogers

9 10 7 8 11 9 9 9 7 18 18 9 10 11 5 7 10 14 13 14 10 21 11 10 8 15 19 7 11 16 17 10 19 10 13 15 10

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

FUMBLES RECOVERED Year

2 2 3 3 2 3 3 4 3 3 3 2 2 2

1984

No. 2 3 2

1983 1982 1981 1980

1 4 3 2 2 2 3 4 2 2 2 2 3 3 4

1979

1978 1977 1976 1975 1974

1973 1 5 3

1972 1971 1970 1969 1968

1 3 3 3 3 3 2 3

1967 1966 1965

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Name (Yr.) Josh Rosen (Jr.) Devon Modster (R-Fr.) Josh Rosen (So.) Mike Fafaul (R-Sr.) Josh Rosen (Fr.) Brett Hundley (R-Jr.) Brett Hundley (R-So.) Brett Hundley (R-Fr.) Kevin Prince (R-Jr.) Richard Brehaut (Jr.) Kevin Prince (R-So.) Richard Brehaut (So.) Kevin Prince (R-Fr.) Kevin Craft (R-Sr.) Kevin Craft (R-Jr.) Ben Olson (R-Jr.) Patrick Cowan (R-Jr.) Osaar Rasshan (R-So.) Ben Olson (R-So.) Patrick Cowan (R-So.) Drew Olson (Sr.) Drew Olson (Jr.) Matt Moore (So.) Drew Olson (So.) Cory Paus (R-Sr.) Matt Moore (Fr.) Drew Olson (Fr.) Cory Paus (R-Jr.) Ryan McCann (R-Jr.) Scott McEwan (R-Sr.) Cory Paus (R-So.) Ryan McCann (R-So.) Drew Bennett (R-Jr.) Cory Paus (R-Fr.) Ryan McCann (R-Fr.) Cade McNown (Sr.) Cade Mc Nown (Jr.) Cade McNown (So.) Ryan Fien (Jr.) Cade McNown (Fr.) Wayne Cook (R-Sr.) Wayne Cook (R-Jr.) Rob Walker (R-So.) Wayne Cook (So.) Rob Walker (R-Fr.) Ryan Fien (Fr.) John Barnes (R-Sr.) Tommy Maddox (R-So.) Jim Bonds (R-Jr.) Tommy Maddox (R-Fr.) Bret Johnson (R-Fr.) Troy Aikman (R-Sr.) Troy Aikman (R-Jr.) Matt Stevens (R-Sr.) David Norrie (R-Sr.) Matt Stevens (R-Jr.) Steve Bono (R-Sr.) Matt Stevens (R-So.) Rick Neuheisel (R-Sr.) Steve Bono (R-Jr.) Tom Ramsey (Sr.) Tom Ramsey (Jr.) Tom Ramsey (So.) Jay Schroeder (So.) Rick Bashore (Sr.) Bernard Quarles (R-Fr.) Tom Ramsey (Fr.) Rick Bashore (Jr.) Steve Bukich (R-Sr.) Rick Bashore (So.) Steve Bukich (R-Jr.) Jeff Dankworth (Sr.) John Sciarra (Sr.) John Sciarra (Jr.) Steve Bukich (Fr.) Jeff Dankworth (So.) Mark Harmon (Sr.) John Sciarra (So.) Mark Harmon (Jr.) Mike Flores (Jr.) Scott Henderson (Jr.) Dennis Dummit (Sr.) Dennis Dummit (Jr.) Bill Bolden (Jr.) Jim Nader (So.) Gary Beban (Sr.) Gary Beban (Jr.) Norman Dow (Sr.) Gary Beban (So.)

Record Percentage 6-5 .545 0-2 .000 3-3 .500 1-5 .167 8-5 .615 10-3 .768 10-3 .769 9-5 .643 3-7 .300 3-1 .750 2-3 .400 2-5 .286 6-5 .545 1-1 .500 4-8 .333 3-2 .600 2-3 .400 1-2 .333 4-1 .800 3-5 .375 10-2 .833 6-6 .500 2-2 .500 4-5 .444 4-3 .571 1-0 1.000 3-2 .600 6-3 .667 0-1 .000 1-0 1.000 4-5 .444 2-1 .667 1-2 .333 3-4 .429 0-1 .000 10-2 .833 10-2 .833 5-6 .455 2-1 .667 5-4 .556 5-6 .455 8-3 .727 0-1 .000 1-0 1.000 3-2 .600 0-1 .000 2-2 .500 9-3 .750 1-1 .500 4-5 .444 3-7-1 .318 10-2 .833 10-2 .833 8-3-1 .708 8-2 .800 1-0-1 .750 8-1 .889 1-2 .333 6-3-1 .650 1-1 .500 10-1-1 .875 7-4-1 .625 8-2 .800 1-0 1.000 3-4 .429 1-1 .500 1-1 .500 8-3 .727 0-0-1 .500 6-4 .600 1-0 1.000 9-2-1 .791 9-2-1 .791 4-1-2 .714 0-1 .000 2-1 .667 6-2 .750 3-0 1.000 8-3 .727 0-3 .000 2-4-1 .357 6-5 .545 8-1-1 .850 2-4 .333 1-3 .250 7-2-1 .750 8-1 .889 1-0 1.000 8-2-1 .773


RECORDS

YEARLY UCLA NCAA TOP-25 STAT LEADERS (1990-PRESENT) Year Player/Team 1990 Eric Turner Tommy Maddox Tommy Maddox

Category Interceptions Total Offense Pass Efficiency

1991 Carlton Gray Sean LaChapelle Sean LaChapelle Kevin Williams Tommy Maddox Tommy Maddox Louis Perez UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA

Interceptions 2 Receptions/Game 6 Receiving Yds/Game 7 Rushing Yds/Game 14 Total Offense 16 Pass Efficiency 24 Field Goals/Game T17 Rushing Defense 8 Total Offense 10 Pass Offense 18 Score Offense 22 Rush Offense 23

0.93 6.18 89.7 108.9 224.7 135.0 1.18 100.9 456.3 246.4 28.8 209.9

1992 Darren Schager UCLA

Punting Total Defense

22 16

41.89 296.9

1993 Bjorn Merten Bjorn Merten J.J. Stokes J.J. Stokes J.J. Stokes Marvin Goodwin Darren Schager Paul Guidry UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA

Field Goals/Game Scoring Scoring Receiving Yds/Game Receptions/Game Interceptions Punting Punt Return Turnover Margin Net Punting Score Offense Rush Defense

2 14 T6 11 12 T7 17 19 1 12 19 20

1.82 8.27 9.27 91.36 6.18 0.55 41.95 10.44 1.73 38.3 32.0 124.6

1994 Kevin Jordan Kevin Jordan Darren Schager Wayne Cook Wayne Cook Sharmon Shah UCLA

Receiving Yds/Game Receptions/Game Punting Pass Efficiency Total Offense Rushing Yds./Game Pass Offense

4 6 7 8 22 20 20

111.64 6.64 44.19 140.6 214.18 111.55 246.1

1995 Paul Guidry Karim Abdul-Jabbar Karim Abdul-Jabbar Chris Sailer UCLA UCLA UCLA

Punt Returns 5 Rushing Yds./Game 9 All-Purpose 17 Punting 17 Fumbles Recovered T5 Rushing Offense 20 Had Intercepted T23

15.42 141.90 157.30 42.16 17 208.3 9

1996 Skip Hicks Bjorn Merten Cade McNown UCLA UCLA

Scoring Field Goals Total Offense Kickoff Return Rushing Defense

T6 T18 24 20 23

10.91 1.27 225.64 25.13 117.1

1997 Cade McNown Cade McNown Chris Sailer Chris Sailer Chris Sailer Skip Hicks Larry Atkins UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA

Pass Efficiency Total Offense Field Goals Punting Scoring Rushing Yds/Game Interceptions Pass Efficiency Turnovers Gained Turnover Margin Scoring Offense Fumbles Recovered Passes Had Intercepted Interceptions Total Offense Rush Defense Pass Eff. Defense Net Punting Passing Offense

1 18 T3 19 14 21 22 1 2 2 3 T4 T5 6 13 15 15 16 18

168.6 263.82 1.73 43.65 9.64 103.82 0.45 167.68 39 1.82 40.7 18 5 21 433.00 108.3 103.84 43.3 266.3

1998 Cade McNown Cade McNown Ryan Roques Danny Farmer Chris Sailer UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA

Pass Efficiency Total Offense Punt Return Receiving Yds./Game Scoring Turnover Margin Scoring Offense Total Offense Kickoff Returns Pass Offense

9 9 14 16 22 T2 5 8 11 15

156.9 299.72 12.53 102.91 8.45 1.45 40.5 482.64 23.7 294.5

2 16 13 18 19 23 23

119.45 6.18 43.18 37.54 136.05 264.00 0.64

1999 2000 Freddie Mitchell Freddie Mitchell Nate Fikse UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA

Finish T7 9 20

Mark 0.45 257.3 133.1

no top 25 stats leaders Receiving Yds./Game Receptions/Game Punting Net Punting Pass Efficiency Passing Offense Turnover Margin

2001 Nate Fikse Matt Ware UCLA UCLA UCLA

Punting Interceptions Pass Eff. Defense Net Punting Total Defense

10 T16 14 14 23

44.19 0.45 102.14 38.84 320.64

2002 Craig Bragg Tab Perry UCLA UCLA UCLA

Punt Returns Kickoff Returns Punt Returns Pass Efficiency Net Punting

7 20 19 22 24

16.00 25.04 13.70 135.01 36.38

2003 Maurice Jones-Drew UCLA UCLA

Kickoff Returns Total Defense Rushing Defense

14 18 23

26.65 317.62 116.32

2004 Chris Kluwe Craig Bragg Maurice Jones-Drew UCLA UCLA

Punting Punt Returns All-Purpose Yards Net Punting Punt Returns

12 13 17 4 9

43.39 15.00 146.0 40.66 15.03

2005 Maurice Jones-Drew Maurice Jones-Drew Maurice Jones-Drew Drew Olson UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA

Punt Returns Scoring All-Purpose Yards Pass Efficiency Punt Returns Pass Efficiency Scoring Offense Tackles for Loss Pass Offense Total Offense

1 8 13 5 1 4 5 13 23 23

28.47 10.00 155.25 161.60 25.00 159.31 39.08 7.92 270.33 431.00

2006 Justin Medlock Justin Medlock Justin Hickman Bruce Davis Justin Hickman Bruce Davis Aaron Perez

Field Goals/Game Scoring Sacks Sacks Tackles for Loss Tackles for Loss Punting

1 T9 T4 T4 T10 T18 24

2.15 8.69 0.96 0.96 1.46 1.35 42.56

2007 Kai Forbath Bruce Davis Matthew Slater UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA

Field Goals/Game Sacks Kickoff Returns Tackles for Loss Kickoff Returns Rushing Defense Sacks Net Punting

T3 T9 12 2 6 14 T15 16

1.92 0.92 29.00 8.77 25.24 109.15 3.00 37.70

2008 Aaron Perez Kai Forbath Terrence Austin UCLA UCLA

Punting Field Goals/Game All-Purpose Yards Pass Defense Kickoff Returns

6 T9 16 8 16

45.20 1.58 156.50 167.67 24.00

2009 Rahim Moore Kai Forbath Brian Price Jeff Locke UCLA UCLA

Interceptions Field Goals/Game Tackles for Loss Punting Tackles for Loss Net Punting

1 1 4 16 5 19

0.77 2.15 1.81 43.63 8.15 38.04

2010 Jeff Locke UCLA

Punting Net Punting

4 1

45.84 41.27

2011 Jeff Locke UCLA

Punting Net Punting

12 22

44.34 38.67

2012 Jeff Locke Anthony Barr Anthony Barr Anthony Barr Eric Kendricks Cassius Marsh Datone Jones Johnathan Franklin Johnathan Franklin Jeff Locke Brett Hundley UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA

Kickoffs 2 Sacks T2 Tackles for Loss T7 Fumbles Forced T8 Tackles 3 Blocked Kicks T7 Blocked Kicks T7 Rush Yds./Game 9 All-Purpose Yards 19 Punting 23 Total Offense 23 Blocked Kicks T1 Kickoffs 2 Fumbles Recovered T2 Sacks 4 Fumbles Forced T4 Tackles for Loss 7 Oppt. 3rd Down Conv. 20 Punting 23 Total Offense 24 First Downs T25

64.24 13.0 21.0 4 149 2 2 123.86 147.3 43.34 292.5 8 64.24 17 3.29 1.36 7.14 .333 43.26 466.5 23.6

2013 Anthony Barr Anthony Barr Anthony Barr Anthony Barr Brett Hundley Brett Hundley Brett Hundley Brett Hundley Brett Hundley

Fumbles Recovered T2 Fumbles Forced T5 Tackles for Loss 9 Sacks T18 Completion % 13 Pts. Resp. For T14 Pass Efficiency 17 Pts. Resp. For/Game 18 Passing TDs T23

4 0.38 1.50 0.77 .668 216 153.7 16.8 24

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Brett Hundley UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA

Total Offense Blocked Punts Completion % Kickoff Return Blocked Kicks 3rd Down Conv. Turnovers Lost Pass Efficiency Fumbles Recovered Net Punting Punt Ret. Defense Kickoff Ret. Defense Turnover Margin Score Offense Fumbles Lost Passes Had Intercepted

23 T5 8 9 T10 12 T13 15 T15 16 16 17 17 20 T24 T24

293.8 2 .679 24.85 4 .490 16 155.0 12 39.44 3.94 18.67 0.80 36.9 7 9

2014 Eric Kendricks Eric Kendricks Ishmael Adams Ishmael Adams Brett Hundley Brett Hundley Brett Hundley Brett Hundley Brett Hundley Brett Hundley Brett Hundley Thomas Duarte Paul Perkins Paul Perkins Paul Perkins Ka'imi Fairbairn UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA

Solo Tackles/Game Total Tackles/Game Kickoff Ret. for TDs Combined Kick Ret. Completion % Passing Efficiency Pts. Respon. For Total Offense Pts. Respon. For/Game Compl. per game Yards per pass att. Yards per Reception Rushing Yards Rushing Yards/Game Rush Yds per carry Field Goal % Red Zone Off. Completion % Passes Had Int. Defensive TDs Team Passing Eff. Turnovers Lost Total Offense

1 7.8 6 11.5 12 1 21 784 4 .691 13 152.7 18 194 19 292.2 20 15.2 21 20.85 24 8.05 15 19.29 15 1,575 16 121.2 18 6.27 19 .818 2 .941 4 .685 9 6 14 4 19 148.80 21 16 22 467.8

2015 Thomas Duarte Josh Rosen Josh Rosen Josh Rosen Paul Perkins Paul Perkins Ka'imi Fairbairn Ka'imi Fairbairn Jordan Payton Jordan Payton UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA

Receiving TDs Passing Yards Completions/Game Passing Yds/Game Rushing TDs Rushing Yards Field Goal % Field Goals/Game Receiving Yards Receiving Yds/Game Red Zone Off. Sacks Allowed Fumbles Lost 3rd Down Conv. Passing Offense

17 19 21 21 20 22 21 24 23 24 15 15 21 23 25

2016 Kenny Young Jayon Brown Jayon Brown Ishmael Adams Takkarist McKinley Takkarist McKinley Takkarist McKinley Randall Goforth UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA

Fumbles Recovered Total Tackles Solo Tackles Combined Kick Ret. Yds Tackles for Loss Sacks Forced Fumbles Passes Defended Team Pass Def. Effic. Passing Offense 3rd Down Conv. % Def. Passes Intercepted

8 3 9 10.0 11 5.8 19 794 10 1.6 11 0.91 22 0.27 21 1.2 7 105.85 19 295.6 20 0.347 22 15

2017 Josh Rosen Josh Rosen Josh Rosen Josh Rosen Josh Rosen Josh Rosen Josh Rosen Jordan Lasley Jordan Lasley Darren Andrews Kenny Young Jaleel Wadood UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA

Passing Yards/Game Completions per Game Total Offense Passing Yards Points Responsible For/Game Yards Per Pass Attempt Passing TDs Receiving Yards Receiving TDs Receiving TDs Solo Tackles/Game Solo Tackles/Game Passing Offense Defensive TDs First Downs Offense Team Passing Efficiency Total Offense Completion Percentage

2 341.5 4 25.7 8 332.6 14 3,756 18 15.6 20 8.3 21 26 9 1,264 25 9 16 10 11 5.9 24 5.5 4 344.5 21 3 21 304 21 148.59 22 457.8 24 .631

10 3,668 22.46 282.4 14 1,343 .833 1.54 1,106 85.1 0.895 1.15 6 0.451 288.4


HISTORY

ALL-TIME RESULTS 1919: FRED W. COZENS 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/30 11/7 11/14 11/21

L 0 L 6 L 12 W 7 W 7 L 0 L 7 L 13 52

at Manual Arts HS at Hollywood HS at Bakersfield HS Occidental Frosh Los Angeles JC USS Idaho Los Angeles JC at Occidental Frosh Season totals

9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/28 11/5 11/12 11/19 11/26

W—2, L—6, T—0

W 33 W 7 W 25 W 8 W 32 T 7 W 13 L 13 L 6 144

L 0 L 0 L 21 L 0 L 0 21

at Pomona Occidental at Redlands Caltech at Whittier Season totals

41 21 27 32 103 224

W—0, L—5, T—0

1921: HARRY TROTTER 10/8 10/15 10/29 11/5 11/11

L L L L L

7 7 0 0 0 14

Redlands Pomona at Occidental Whittier at Caltech Season totals

35 55 35 62 27 214

1922: HARRY TROTTER W 24 W 34 L 7 T 6 L 6 L 6 83

at San Diego State at Redlands Occidental at Whittier at Pomona Caltech Season totals

6 9 14 6 20 7 62

W 12 W 6 L 12 L 6 L 6 L 6 L 6 54

San Diego State Loyola Whittier Pomona Redlands at Occidental Caltech (Rose Bowl) Season totals

Loyola La Verne at Whittier Occidental at Pomona at Redlands at San Diego State Caltech Season totals

9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/16 11/28

7 16 26 0 9 0 23 0 10 91

San Diego State La Verne Pomona Whittier at Occidental at St. Mary’s Redlands at Stanford at Caltech Season totals

1931: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING

0 3 0 7 0 28 0 82 10 130

1932: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING

Santa Barbara St. San Diego State at Whittier at Pomona Occidental at Redlands Caltech Iowa State Season totals W—5, L—3, T—0

L 0 W 21 L 6 W 30 L 0 L 0 L 0 W 20 77

USC Pomona St. Mary’s Caltech Stanford at Oregon Oregon State Idaho Season totals

9/25 10/3 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/11 11/21 11/26

T 0 L 0 L 0 W 46 L 6 W 12 L 6 W 13 83

Occidental at Washington St. at Northwestern Pomona at Stanford St. Mary’s Oregon Florida Season totals

0 7 16 7 7 3 7 20 67

W 26 W 6 W 12 W 51 W 13 L 7 W 32 L 0 L 0 L 2 149

Calif. Aggies Idaho at Oregon Caltech Stanford St. Mary’s Montana Washington State Washington at Florida Season totals

9/28 10/5 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/15 11/23 12/7 12/14

76 6 57 0 0 27 24 0 190

34 13 0 22 20 0 0 14 0 14

Los Angeles JC San Diego State at Stanford Utah Loyola Oregon California at San Diego Marines at Washington St. Mary’s

W 39 W 20 W 7 W 33 L 2 L 0 W 19 W 14 W 13 W 13 160

Utah State at Oregon State at Stanford Oregon California SMU Hawaii Loyola Idaho at St. Mary’s Season totals

0 7 6 6 14 21 6 6 6 7 79

W—8, L—2, T—0 (4-1, T-1st in PCC)

9/26 9/26 10/2 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/26

52 0 21 0 20 7 19 6 125

W 21 W 26 W 30 L 0 W 17 W 22 L 6 W 7 L 7 T 7 143

Occidental Pomona Montana Washington at California Oregon State Stanford at Oregon Washington State at USC Season totals

0 0 0 14 6 13 19 0 32 7 91

1940: EDWIN C. HORRELL 9/27 10/4 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23 11/30

0 13 19 0 12 0 13 0 57

W L T L L L L W L

26 7 7 0 14 0 13 13 13 93

Oregon at Stanford at Oregon State Washington State California at Washington SMU Missouri USC Season totals

13 12 7 3 27 26 26 0 19 133

9/26 10/4 10/10 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22 12/6 12/20

0 0 7 0 6 14 0 3 19 12 61

Iowa at Oregon Washington at California Idaho Stanford at Washington St. Wisconsin (15) at USC (14) Oregon State at Honolulu Town at Hawaii Season totals

3 14 0 20 0 0 0 14 42 6 0 7 106

W—7, L—4, T—1 (4-3-1, T3rd in PCC)

1939: EDWIN C. HORRELL 9/29 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/18 11/25 11/30 12/9

0 0 3 0 7 7 0 13 10 22

W 6 W 14 T 14 W 20 W 16 W 20 T 0 T 13 W 24 T 0 127

Texas Christian at Washington at Stanford Montana Oregon (19)California (11)Santa Clara (14) (13)Oregon State (13)Washington State (9)at USC (3) Season totals

W—6, L—0, T—4 (5-0-3, 2nd in PCC) Final Poll: 7th by AP

83

W 7 L 0 W 14 L 7 W 14 L 7 L 0 W 29 L 13 T 7 W 30 128

Washington State at Stanford Montana at Washington Oregon (16) California at Oregon State Camp Haan Santa Clara USC at Florida Season totals

6 33 7 14 7 27 19 0 31 7 27 178

W—5, L—5, T—1 (3-4-1, 6th in PCC)

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

L 6 L 7 W 30 W 21 W 14 W 20 L 7 W 14 W 40 W 14 L 0 173

Texas Christian St. Mary’s Pre-Flight Oregon State at California (14)Santa Clara (9) (11)Stanford (10)at Oregon (18)Washington (13)Idaho (13)USC (13)Georgia (Rose Bowl) Season totals

7 18 7 0 6 7 14 10 13 7 9 98

W—7, L—4, T—0 (6-1, 1st in PCC) Final Poll:13th by AP

9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20 11/27

L 0 L 7 L 7 L 0 L 0 L 7 L 6 W 19 L 13 59

USC College of Pacific at March Field California at San Diego Navy Del Monte Pre-Flight at California St. Mary’s at USC Season totals

20 19 47 13 28 26 13 7 26 199

W—1, L—8, T—0 (0-4, 4th in PCC)

1944: EDWIN C. HORRELL

1938: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING W 27 L 12 W 13 L 7 W 33 W 6 W 21 L 7 L 7 T 6 W 46 W 32 217

9 9 7 9 7 20 18 26 41 28 174

W—1, L—9, T—0 (1-6, 9th in PCC)

W—2, L—6, T—1 (1-5-1, 8th in PCC)

9/23 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/24 12/10 12/26 1/2

SMU Santa Clara Texas A&M at California Oregon State Stanford (6) at Oregon Washington State Washington (13) at USC Season totals

1943: EDWIN C. HORRELL

1937: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING 9/24 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/13 11/20 11/27 12/4

L 6 L 6 L 0 L 7 L 0 L 14 L 0 W 34 L 0 L 12 79

1941: EDWIN C. HORRELL

W—6, L—3, T—1 (4-3-1, 5th in PCC)

1933: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING W W L W W L T W L L

0 0 26 0 3 0 27 0 7 6 69

1936: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING

W—6, L—4, T—0 (4-2, 3rd in PCC)

9/23 9/23 9/30 10/6 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18 11/25

Pomona San Diego State at Oregon Montana at California California Aggies Stanford St. Mary’s Oregon State Loyola Season totals

1935: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING

W—3, L—4, T—1 (0-3, 9th in PCC)

9/23 9/30 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/11 11/19 11/24 12/3 12/17

W 14 W 20 L 3 W 16 L 0 W 49 L 0 W 6 W 25 W 13 146

W—7, L—3, T—0 (2-3, 6th in PCC)

W—3, L—5, T—0 (1-4, T-8th in PCC)

1926: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING W 25 W 42 L 6 W 27 W 24 W 26 L 3 L 0 153

USC Fresno State Stanford at Caltech Pomona at Oregon St. Mary’s Montana Season totals

0 14 6 20 50 0 13 6 109

W—5, L—3, T—1

9/25 10/9 10/16 10/23 11/6 11/13 11/20 11/27

L 0 W 56 L 0 W 31 W 20 L 0 L 0 W 14 121

9/27 10/11 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/8 11/21 11/29

1925: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING W W W L W L W L T

0 7 0 45 0 20 38 0 26 136

W—4, L—4, T—1 (0-4, 9th in PCC)

0 0 14 27 12 20 59 132

W—0, L—5, T—3

9/26 10/3 10/10 10/16 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21

Santa Barbara St. Arizona at Caltech at Stanford Pomona at Idaho at Washington St. La Verne Oregon Season totals

W—4, L—4, T—0 (1-3, 6th in PCC)

1924: JAMES CLINE T 0 L 13 L 0 L 7 L 7 T 0 T 13 L 0 40

9/22 9/22 9/29 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/12 11/24 11/29

1930: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING

W—2, L—5, T—0

10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/11 11/15 11/22

W 19 T 7 W 32 L 7 W 29 L 6 L 0 W 65 L 6 171

0 62

1934: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING

1928: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/10 11/17 11/29

Washington State Season totals

W—6, L—4, T—1 (1-3-1, 8th in PCC)

***Joined Pacific Coast Conf.***

W—2, L—3, T—1

1923: JAMES CLINE 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/12 11/17 11/24

0 0 6 0 0 7 0 16 25 54

1929: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING

W—0, L—5, T—0

10/7 10/14 10/21 11/4 11/18 11/25

Santa Barbara St. Fresno State Whittier Occidental Redlands Pomona at Caltech at Arizona Drake Season totals W—6, L—2, T—1

1920: HARRY TROTTER 10/2 10/9 10/30 11/13 11/20

11/30 W 7 123

1927: WILLIAM H. SPAULDING 74 19 27 2 0 20 21 30 193

2 7 14 6 6 7 0 13 7 0 62

9/23 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/27 11/4 11/11 11/18 11/25

T 13 L 0 L 12 W 39 L 12 W 26 L 13 W 7 W 54 L 13 189

at USC at California at San Diego Navy St. Mary’s St. Mary’s Pre-Flight Alameda Co. Guard at March Field California College of Pacific USC (8) Season totals

13 6 14 0 21 13 35 0 7 40 149

W—4, L—5, T—1 (1-2-1, 3rd in PCC)

1945: BERT LaBRUCHERIE 9/21 9/29 10/5 10/13 10/19 10/26 11/17 11/24 12/1

L 6 W 20 W 50 W 13 L 6 W 12 W 13 L 0 L 15 135

USC San Diego Navy College of Pacific California St. Mary’s Pre-Flight Oregon St. Mary’s (5) (12)at California at USC (16) Season totals

W—5, L—4, T—0 (2-3, 5th in PCC)

13 14 0 0 13 0 7 6 26 79


HISTORY

ALL-TIME RESULTS

1952: RED SANDERS

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 50 W 39 W 26 W 13 W 33 W 46 W 14 W 61 W 13 W 18 L 14 327

Oregon State at Washington (5)Stanford (17) (4)at California (5)Santa Clara (4)St. Mary’s (4)at Oregon (4)Montana (4)USC (10) (4)Nebraska (4) Illinois (Rose Bowl) Season totals

7 13 6 6 7 20 0 7 6 0 45 117

W—10, L—1, T—0; (7-0, 1st in PCC) Final Poll: 4th by AP

1947: BERT LaBRUCHERIE 9/26 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22

W 22 L 26 W 24 W 39 L 0 L 0 W 27 W 34 L 0 172

Iowa at Northwestern Oregon (19)at Stanford (16)SMU (12) (19)California (14) at Oregon State Washington (18)at USC (4) Season totals

7 27 7 6 7 6 7 7 6 80

9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/22

9/18 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/12 11/20

W 48 L 0 W 28 L 6 L 14 L 0 W 27 L 13 L 7 L 13 156

Washington State Northwestern Idaho at Washington Stanford Oregon State at Nebraska at California (5) Oregon (15) USC Season totals

Oregon State at Iowa at Oregon (18)at Stanford (13)Santa Clara at Washington St. (20)California Washington at USC Season totals

13 25 27 7 14 20 35 26 21 188

W—6, L—3, T—0 (5-2, 2nd in PCC)

W 28 W 42 L 20 L 6 W 21 W 20 W 20 L 0 W 39 196

Oregon Washington State (13)at Washington (10) Illinois Stanford (6) (18) at Purdue (19)Oregon State (19)at California (6) USC Season totals

0 0 21 14 7 6 13 35 0 96

W—6, L—3, T—0 (5-2, 3rd in PCC)

1951: RED SANDERS 9/21 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 11/3 11/10 11/17 11/24

L 14 L 13 W 44 L 7 W 41 W 21 W 7 T 20 W 21 188

Texas A&M (6) at Illinois (10) Santa Clara at Stanford (19) Oregon California (9) at Oregon State (18)Washington (18)at USC (11) Season totals

21 27 17 21 0 7 0 20 7 120

W—5, L—3, T—1 (4-1-1, 2nd in PCC) Final Poll:17th by AP, T-17 by UPI

L 6 W 18 L 0

Pittsburgh (19) at Illinois at Oregon State

1964: BILL BARNES 27 14 14

BILL BARNES, ACTING COACH 10/10 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22

L 14 W 20 L 19 L 20 L 17 W 7 T 15 136

Florida at Washington Stanford Washington State at California Oregon USC Season totals

21 0 21 38 20 3 15 173

1959: BILL BARNES 9/18 10/3 10/17 10/23 10/31 11/7 11/13 11/21 11/28 12/5

W—8, L—2, T—0 (6-1, 1st in PCC) Pre-Season Poll: 4th by AP; Final Poll: 4th by UPI, 5th by AP

9/18 9/25 10/1 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/20

W 67 W 32 W 12 W 21 W 72 W 61 W 27 W 41 W 34 367

(8)San Diego NTC (8)at Kansas (4)Maryland (6) (2)at Washington (3)Stanford (3)at Oregon State (3)at California (1)Oregon (2) USC (7) Season totals

(1)Texas A&M (1)at Maryland (5) (7)at Washington St. (7)Oregon State (9)at Stanford (7) Iowa (6)California (5)at College of Pacific (4)Washington (5)at USC (4)Michigan St. (Rose Bowl) Season totals

9/17 9/24 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19 11/26 12/3

(17)Utah at Michigan (13) Oregon Washington State at California at Oregon State Stanford (10) (19)at Washington Kansas USC Season totals

9/23 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/10 11/18 11/25 1/1

0 7 0 0 13 13 0 0 17 7 17 74

Air Force Illinois at Oregon Washington Oregon State (7) (15)at Stanford California at Washington St. at College of Pacific at USC Season totals

W 19 L 6 L 3 W 28 W 20 W 20 W 35 W 28 L 13 W 10 L 3 185

at Air Force (9)at Michigan at Ohio State (8) Vanderbilt Pittsburgh at Stanford California Texas Christian Washington at USC Minnesota (Rose Bowl) Season totals

10/6 10/12 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17 11/24 12/1 12/8

7 42 0 0 20 21 13 9 0 10 122

W 9 W 35 L 6 L 7 W 26 L 11 L 0 L 3 W 14 L 7 118

Ohio State (1) Colorado State at Pittsburgh Stanford at California Air Force at Washington USC (1) at Utah Syracuse Season totals

6 29 13 21 6 0 15 7 17 7 21 142

W—4, L—6, T—0 (1-3, 5th in AAWU)

0 6 21 0 7 20 14 13 0 9 90

L L W L L L L L W L

0 14 10 7 12 12 0 21 14 6 96

Pittsburgh at Penn State at Stanford Syracuse at Notre Dame Illinois (4) California at Air Force Washington at USC Season totals

W—2, L—8, T—0 (2-2, 3rd in AAWU)

W—8, L—2, T—0 (5-2, 3rd in PCC) Final Poll: T-18th by UPI

84

at Pittsburgh Penn State Stanford at Syracuse at Notre Dame (4) at Illinois at California Air Force at Washington USC Season totals

12 14 20 39 24 26 21 24 22 34 236

W—4, L—6, T—0 (2-2, 4th in AAWU)

9/18 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20 12/4 1/1

L 3 W 24 W 24 T 14 W 56 W 10 W 28 W 30 W 20 L 34 W 14 257

at Michigan State at Penn State Syracuse at Missouri California at Air Force Academy (8)Washington (7)at Stanford (7)at USC (6) (5)at Tennessee (7) (5)Michigan State (1) (Rose Bowl) Season totals

13 22 14 14 3 0 24 13 16 37 12 168

W—8, L—2, T—1 (4-0, 1st in AAWU) Final Poll: 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 57 W 31 W 24 W 27 W 49 W 28 W 38 L 3 W 10 W 14 281

(4)Pittsburgh (2)at Syracuse (2)Missouri (2)at Rice (4)Penn State (3)at California (3)Air Force Academy (3)at Washington (8)Stanford (8)USC (7) Season totals

14 12 15 24 11 15 13 16 0 7 127

W—9, L—1, T—0 (3-1, T-2nd in AAWU) Pre-Season Poll: 4th by AP; Final Poll: 5th by AP, UPI

9/16 9/23 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 11/4 11/11 11/18 11/25

W 20 W 40 W 51 W 17 W 37 W 21 T 16 W 48 L 20 L 14 284

(8)Tennessee (9) (6)at Pittsburgh (4)at Washington State (3)at Penn State (4)California (3)at Stanford (2)Oregon State (4)Washington (1)at USC (4) (4)Syracuse Season totals

16 8 23 15 14 16 16 0 21 32 161

W—7, L—2, T—1 (4-1-1, T-2nd in AAWU) Pre-Season Poll: 8th by AP; Final Poll:10th by UPI

***Start of Pac-8 Conference*** 7 7 8 17 16 17 30 14 11 12 139

1963: BILL BARNES 9/20 9/28 10/5 10/11 10/19 10/25 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/30

W 17 W 21 W 27 L 0 L 0 L 7 W 25 L 15 L 20 L 13 145

1967: TOMMY PROTHRO

1962: BILL BARNES

1957: RED SANDERS W 47 W 16 L 0 W 19 W 26 L 6 W 16 W 19 W 21 W 20 190

7 27 10 8 0 0 0 17 9 6 84

W—7, L—4, T—0 (3-1, 1st in AAWU) Final Poll: 16th by AP

W—7, L—3, T—0 (5-2, T-2nd in PCC) Pre-Season Poll: 17th by AP

9/20 9/27 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23

Pittsburgh (7) (8)at Purdue (15)at Washington (13) (19)Stanford North Carolina State (15)at California (11)Air Force (11)USC at Utah Duke (10) Season totals

1961: BILL BARNES

1956: RED SANDERS W 13 L 13 W 6 W 28 W 34 L 7 W 14 W 13 W 13 L 7 148

W 8 T 27 L 8 W 26 W 7 W 28 W 22 L 6 W 16 W 27 175

W—7, L—2, T—1 (2-2, 3rd in AAWU)

W—9, L—2, T—0 (6-0, 1st in PCC) Pre-Season Poll: 1st by AP; Final Poll: 4th by AP, UPI

9/21 9/29 10/5 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17 11/24

0 25 12 20 23 13 12 3 6 36 150

1960: BILL BARNES

1955: RED SANDERS W 21 L 0 W 55 W 38 W 21 W 33 W 47 W 34 W 19 W 17 L 14 299

Purdue (11) at Pittsburgh California Air Force Washington (17) at Stanford North Carolina State at USC (4) (20)Utah (17)Syracuse (1) Season totals

W—5, L—4, T—1 (3-1, T-1st in AAWU)

0 7 7 20 0 0 6 0 0 40

W—9, L—0, T—0 (6-0, 1st in PCC) NATIONAL CHAMPIONS (UPI) Pre-Season Poll: 8th by AP; Final Poll: 1st by UPI, 2nd by AP

9/16 9/24 10/1 10/7 10/15 10/21 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19 1/2

T 0 L 21 W 19 L 7 L 7 W 55 W 21 W 10 W 21 L 8 169

9/12 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21

1965: TOMMY PROTHRO

***Joined Athletic Association of Western Universities***

0 7 0 0 21 7 7 6 0 28 76

1954: RED SANDERS 26 19 12 27 34 28 15 28 26 20 235

1950: RED SANDERS 9/23 9/30 10/7 10/13 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/25

9/20 9/27 10/4

W—3, L—6, T—1 (2-4-1, 6th in PCC)

9/18 W 41 (4)Oregon State 9/25 W 19 (4)Kansas 10/3 W 12 (5)at Oregon 10/9 W 13 (6)Wisconsin 10/17 L 20 (4)at Stanford 10/24 W 44 (12)Washington State 10/31 W 20 (10)California 11/14 W 22 (7)Washington 11/21 W 13 (5)at USC (9) 1/1 L 20 (5) Michigan State (8)(Rose Bowl) 224 Season totals

1949: RED SANDERS W 35 W 41 W 35 W 14 L 0 W 27 L 21 W 47 L 7 227

1958: GEORGE DICKERSON 6 0 7 0 14 7 7 0 14 55

1953: RED SANDERS

W—3, L—7, T—0 (2-6. 8th in PCC)

9/16 9/24 9/30 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/12 11/19

(18) Oregon (18)Texas Christian (9) (14)at Washington (11)Rice (10)Stanford (13) (8)at Wisconsin (10) (7)at California (11) (5)Oregon State (3)USC (4) Season totals

W—8, L—1, T—0 (5-1, 2nd in PCC) Pre-Season Poll: 18th by AP; Final Poll: 6th by AP, UPI

W—5, L—4, T—0 (4-2, 4th in PCC)

1948: BERT LaBRUCHERIE

W 13 W 14 W 32 W 20 W 24 W 20 W 28 W 57 L 12 220

20 17 9 29 27 18 25 48 0 26 219

1968: TOMMY PROTHRO 9/21 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23

W 63 W 31 L 7 L 6 L 15 W 20 L 18 L 21 L 0 L 16 197

(16)Pittsburgh (8)Washington State (9)at Syracuse Penn State (3) at California Stanford at Tennessee (5) at Oregon State (15) at Washington USC (1) Season totals

7 21 20 21 39 17 42 45 6 28 246

W—3, L—7, T—0 (2-4, T-5th in Pacific-8) Pre-Season Poll: 16th by AP


HISTORY

ALL-TIME RESULTS

1974: DICK VERMEIL

1969: TOMMY PROTHRO 9/13 9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/15 11/22

W 37 W 42 W 34 W 36 W 46 W 32 T 20 W 57 W 13 L 12 329

(17)Oregon State 0 (17)Pittsburgh 8 (14)at Wisconsin 23 (11)at Northwestern 0 (11)at Washington State 14 (8)California 0 (6)at Stanford (19) 20 (9)Washington 14 (7)at Oregon 10 (6)at USC (5) 14 Season totals 103

W—8, L—1, T—1 (5-1-1, T-2nd in Pacific-8) Pre-Season Poll: 17th by AP; Final Poll:10th by UPI, 13th by AP

1970: TOMMY PROTHRO 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/30 11/14 11/21 12/5

W 14 W 24 W 12 L 17 L 40 W 24 L 7 W 54 L 20 W 45 L 17 274

(18)at Oregon State (16)at Pittsburgh (15)Northwestern (13)at Texas (2) (15)Oregon (19)at California (16)Stanford (8) (19)Washington State (17)at Washington USC at Tennessee (5) Season totals

9 15 7 20 41 21 9 9 61 20 28 240

W—6, L—5, T—0 (4-3, T-2nd in Pacific-8) Pre-Season Poll: 18th by AP

1971: PEPPER RODGERS 9/11 9/18 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/20

L 25 L 10 L 0 L 17 W 34 W 28 L 24 L 12 L 9 T 7 166

(15) Pittsburgh Texas (3) at Michigan (4) Oregon State at Washington State at Arizona California Washington at Stanford (12) at USC (15) Season totals

9/7 9/21 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23

Nebraska (1) (8)at Pittsburgh (6)Michigan (12) (15)Oregon (14)Arizona (14)at Oregon State (11)at California (9)Washington State (8)Stanford (8)at Washington (14)USC (1) Season totals

29 28 38 34 21 12 31 23 20 7 243

17 28 26 20 31 7 13 20 23 30 24 239

W—8, L—3, T—0 (5-2, 2nd in Pacific-8) Final Poll: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 13 W 55 W 34 W 66 W 59 W 24 W 61 W 62 W 27 W 56 L 13 470

(10)at Nebraska (4) (18)Iowa (17)at Michigan State (16)Utah (15)at Stanford (13)at Washington St. (13) California (10)Washington (9)at Oregon (8)Oregon State (8)at USC (9) Season totals

1979: TERRY DONAHUE 17 21 14 14 13 13 3 31 0 14 34 174

9/8 9/15 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/10 11/17 11/24

W—6, L—3, T—2 (4-2-1, T-3rd in Pacific-8) Pre-Season Poll: 12th by AP

9/13 9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/28 1/1

W 37 W 34 T 20 L 20 W 31 W 37 W 28 L 13 W 50 W 31 W 25 W 23 349

40 18 21 16 13 13 21 13 7 14 23 199

W—9, L—2, T—0 (6-1, 2nd in Pacific-8) Pre-Season Poll: 10th by AP; Final Poll: 9th by UPI, 12th by AP

W 28 W 37 W 40 T 10 W 38 W 62 W 35 W 30 W 46 W 45 L 14 L 6 391

9/13 9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22 11/30

(16) Iowa State 21 (12)Tennessee (10) 28 (10)at Air Force 20 (13) Ohio State (2) 41 at Stanford 21 (18)at Washington State 23 (19) California 14 (13) Washington 17 at Oregon 17 (19) Oregon State 9 (14) at USC 22 (11)Ohio State (1) (Rose Bowl) 10 Season totals 243

9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21 12/31

(17) at Arizona State (3) 10 (5) Arizona 9 (5) Air Force 7 (4) at Ohio State (8) 10 (5) Stanford 20 (4)Washington State 3 (4) at California 19 (3)at Washington 21 (3)Oregon 0 (2)at Oregon State 14 (2)USC (3) 24 (7)Alabama(16) (Liberty Bowl) 36 Season totals 173

(11)at Houston (14) (14)Kansas (18)at Minnesota Iowa at Stanford at Washington State California (15) Washington at Oregon Oregon State (17)at USC Season totals

W 35 W 31 L 7 W 27 L 23 T 17 W 34 W 28 W 31 W 34 L 21 L 14 302

(12)at Arizona (9)at Wisconsin (20) (6)at Iowa (16) Colorado (17)at Stanford at Washington St.(18) California at Oregon Washington (16) (18) Arizona State (9) (15)at USC (10) (19)Michigan(16) (Bluebonnet Bowl) Season totals

18 13 20 7 26 17 6 11 0 24 22 33 197

1982 1st Season at home in Rose Bowl 1982: TERRY DONAHUE 9/11 9/18 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20 1/1

17 7 27 16 32 16 19 12 3 18 29 196

W 41 W 51 W 31 W 34 T 24 W 42 W 47 W 40 L 7 W 38 W 20 W 24 399

(18)Long Beach State (14)at Wisconsin (12) at Michigan (20) (9)at Colorado (8)Arizona (12)Washington State (11)at California (11)Oregon (9) at Washington (10) (12)Stanford (11)USC (15) (5) Michigan (19) (Rose Bowl) Season totals

10 26 27 6 24 17 31 12 10 35 19 14 231

W—10, L—1, T—1 (5-1-1, 1st in Pacific-10) Pre-Season Poll: 20th by AP; Final Poll: 5th by AP and 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

***Start of Pac-10 Conference*** 1978: TERRY DONAHUE W 10 W 13 L 24 W 17 W 27 W 45 W 45 W 24 W 23 L 13 L 10 T 10 261

Colorado 14 at Purdue 14 (16) Wisconsin 0 (11)at Ohio State (2) 0 (5) Stanford (16) 21 (3)at California 9 (2)at Arizona 23 (8)Oregon 20 (17)at Arizona State 14 (18)USC (12) 17 (14)Oregon State (Tokyo) 3 Season totals 135

W—7, L—4, T—1 (5-2-1, T-4th in Pacific-10) Pre-Season Poll: 13th by AP;

W—7, L—4, T—0 (5-2, T-2nd in Pacific-8) Pre-Season Poll: 11th by AP; †indicates games later forfeited; ††no contest

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 56 W 23 W 35 W 17 W 35 W 32 L 17 L 14 W 23 W 20 W 34 306

1981: TERRY DONAHUE

1977: TERRY DONAHUE L 13 W†17 L 13 W†34 L 28 W†27 W†21 W†20 W††21 W††48 L 27 269

1984: TERRY DONAHUE 24 21 12 17 27 17 27 34 28 0 49 256

W—9, L—2, T—0 (5-2, 2nd in Pacific-10) Final Poll: 13th by AP, 14th by UPI

W—9, L—2, T—1 (6-1, 2nd in Pacific-8) Pre-Season Poll: 17th by AP; Final Poll:15th by AP, UPI

9/12 9/17 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/25

Houston (16) Purdue (5) (20)at Wisconsin (17) Ohio State (14) at Stanford at Washington State California Washington (20) Arizona State at Oregon at USC (4) Season totals

1980: TERRY DONAHUE

W—9, L—2, T—1; Pct. .792 (6-1, T-1st in Pacific-8) Pre-Season Poll: 14th by AP; Final Poll: 5th by AP, UPI

9/9 9/18 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20 12/20

L 16 W 31 W 37 L 13 L 24 L 14 W 28 L 14 W 31 W 35 L 14 257

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—5, L—6, T—0 (3-4, 7th in Pacific-10)

1975: DICK VERMEIL

1972: PEPPER RODGERS W 20 W 38 L 9 W 65 W 42 W 37 W 49 W 35 W 28 L 21 L 7 351

(12) at Tennessee (16) (12)at Iowa Michigan State at Utah Stanford Washington State at California (20) (18)at Washington Oregon at Oregon State USC (8) Season totals

1976: TERRY DONAHUE

W—2, L—7, T—1 (1-4-1, 8th in Pacific-8) Pre-Season Poll: 15th by AP

9/9 9/16 9/23 9/29 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18

T 17 L 10 W 56 W 27 T 13 W 17 W 28 L 9 W 21 W 33 L 9 240

(12) at Washington (11) 7 (9) at Tennessee 0 (8) at Kansas 28 (18)Minnesota 3 (16) Stanford (17) 26 (14)Washington State 31 (10)at California 0 (10)Arizona 14 (9)Oregon 21 (9)at Oregon State 15 (14)USC (5) 17 (15)Arkansas (8) (Fiesta Bowl) 10 Season totals 172

L 8 T 26 L 10 L 35 W 39 W 24 W 20 W 27 W 24 L 24 W 27 W 45 309

(20)at Georgia (15) Arizona State at Nebraska (1) Brigham Young at Stanford at Washington State California Washington (11) at Oregon at Arizona at USC Illinois (4)(Rose Bowl) Season totals

19 26 42 37 21 14 16 24 13 27 17 9 265

W—7, L—4, T—1 (6-1-1, 1st in Pacific-10) Pre-Season Poll: 20th by AP; Final Poll:13th by UPI, 17th by AP

W—8, L—3, T—1 (6-2, 2nd in Pacific-10) Pre-Season Poll: 18th by AP; Final Poll: 12th by UPI, 14th by AP

W 18 W 23 L 3 W 33 L 21 W 27 W 17 W 21 L 18 W 26 W 29 W 39 275

(4) at San Diego State (7) Long Beach State (8)Nebraska (1) (17) at Colorado (17)Stanford Washington State at California at Arizona State Oregon Oregon State USC (7) (14)Miami (13) (Fiesta Bowl) Season totals

15 17 42 16 23 24 14 13 20 17 10 37 248

W—9, L—3, T—0 (5-2, T-3rd in Pacific-10) Pre-Season Poll: 5th by AP; Final Poll: 9th by AP, 10th by UPI

1985: TERRY DONAHUE 9/7 9/14 9/21 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/9 11/16 11/23 1/1

W 27 T 26 W 34 L 14 W 40 W 34 W 31 W 34 W 24 W 41 L 13 W 45 363

(20)at Brigham Young (8) 24 (10)at Tennessee 26 (12)San Diego State 16 (13)at Washington 21 Arizona State 17 at Stanford 9 (18)at Washington State 30 (17)California 7 (14)at Arizona 19 (13)Oregon State 0 (8)at USC 17 (13) Iowa(4) (Rose Bowl) 28 Season totals 214

W—9, L—2, T—1 (6-2, 1st in Pacific-10) Pre-Season Poll: 20th by AP; Final Poll: 6th by UPI, 7th by AP

1986: TERRY DONAHUE 9/6 9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22 12/30

L 3 W 45 W 41 L 9 W 32 W 36 W 54 W 49 L 23 T 17 W 45 W 31 385

(4)at Oklahoma (1) (19)at San Diego State (16)Long Beach State (15)Arizona State (16) Arizona (11) (19)at California (17)Washington State (15)at Oregon State (12)Stanford (19)at Washington (10) (18)USC (10) (15)BYU (Freedom Bowl) Season totals

38 14 23 16 25 10 16 0 28 17 25 10 222

W—8, L—3, T—1 (5-2-1, T-2nd in Pacific-10) Pre-Season Poll: 4th by AP; Final Poll: 14th by AP and 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 47 L 33 W 17 W 34 W 49 W 41 W 42 W 31 W 52 W 47 L 13 W 20 426

(3)San Diego State (3)at Nebraska (2) (13)Fresno State (13)Arizona (11)at Stanford (9)Oregon (16) (8)California (7)at Arizona State (7)at Oregon State (5)Washington (5)at USC (10)Florida (Aloha Bowl) Season totals

14 42 0 24 0 10 18 23 17 14 17 16 195

W—10, L—2, T—0 (7-1, T-1st in Pacific-10) Pre-Season Poll: 3rd by AP; Final Poll: 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 59 W 41 W 56 W 24 W 38 W 38 W 24 L 30 W 16 W 27 L 22 W 17 392

(5) San Diego State (5) Nebraska (2) (2) Long Beach State (2)at Washington(16) (2)Oregon State (2)at California (1)at Arizona (1)Washington State (6)at Oregon (6)Stanford (6)USC (2) (9)Arkansas (8) (Cotton Bowl) Season totals

6 28 3 17 21 21 3 34 6 17 31 3 190

W—10, L—2, T—0 (6-2, 2nd in Pacific-10) Pre-Season Poll: 5th by AP; Final Poll: 6th by AP and UPI

85


HISTORY

ALL-TIME RESULTS 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 6 W 28 L 23 W 24 W 33 L 7 L 17 L 27 L 14 L 20 T 10 209

(6)Tennessee (20)at San Diego State (24)Michigan (5) California (25)Arizona State (22)at Arizona at Oregon State Washington at Stanford Oregon at USC (8) Season totals

24 25 24 6 14 42 18 28 17 38 10 246

W—3, L—7, T—1 (2-5-1, 9th in Pacific-10) Pre-Season Poll: 9th by AP

1990: TERRY DONAHUE 9/8 9/15 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17

L 14 W 32 L 15 W 30 L 21 W 45 L 31 W 26 L 24 W 25 L 42 305

(19) Oklahoma (23) Stanford at Michigan (7) at Washington State Arizona (25) San Diego State at California Oregon State at Oregon (22) at Washington (2) USC (19) Season totals

34 31 38 20 28 31 38 17 28 22 45 332

W—5, L—6, T—0 (4-4, T-6th in Pacific-10) Pre-Season Poll: 19th by AP

1994: TERRY DONAHUE

1999: BOB TOLEDO

9/3 9/10 9/17 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/12 11/19

9/4 9/11 9/18 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/13 11/20

W 25 W 17 L 21 L 0 L 10 L 7 L 14 L 24 W 31 W 59 W 31 239

(14)Tennessee (13) 23 (13)SMU 10 (13)at Nebraska (2) 49 (18)Washington St. (22) 21 at Washington (12) 37 at California 26 Oregon State 23 at Arizona (14) 34 Stanford 30 at Arizona State 23 USC (13) 19 Season totals 295

W—5, L—6, T—0 (3-5, T-5th in Pacific-10) Pre-Season Poll: 14th by AP

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 27 L 16 W 37 L 24 W 54 W 44 W 21 W 44 L 10 W 16 W 24 W 6 323

(23)Brigham Young (25) 23 (21)at Tennessee (11) 30 at San Diego State 12 (24)California (18) 27 Arizona 14 at Oregon State 7 at Arizona State 16 (23)Washington State 3 (22)at Stanford 27 Oregon 7 (25)at USC 21 (22)Illinois (Hancock Bowl) 3 Season totals 190

W—9, L—3, T—0 (6-2, T-2nd in Pacific-10) Pre-Season Poll: 24th by AP; Final Poll: 19th by AP; 18th by USA Today

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 37 W 17 W 35 L 3 L 7 L 17 L 0 L 12 W 26 W 9 W 38 201

(16)Cal State Fullerton (15)at Brigham Young (11)San Diego State (21) (11)at Arizona (19)Stanford (11) at Washington St. (22) Arizona State at California Oregon State at Oregon USC (15) Season totals

14 10 7 23 19 30 20 48 14 6 37 228

W—6, L—5, T—0 (3-5, 8th in Pacific-10) Pre-Season Poll: 18th by AP

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 25 L 13 W 28 W 52 W 68 W 39 W 20 W 37 W 40 L 3 W 27 L 16 368

California 27 Nebraska (8) 14 at Stanford (17) 25 at San Diego State 13 (25)Brigham Young (19) 14 (22)Washington (12) 25 (19)at Oregon State 17 (15)Arizona (7) 17 (12)at Washington State 27 (10)Arizona State 9 (16)at USC (22) 21 (14)Wisconsin (9) (Rose Bowl) 21 Season totals 230

(17)Boise State (13)at Ohio State (14) (21)Fresno State (18)at Stanford at Arizona State Oregon California at Oregon State Arizona Washington(23)(ot) at USC Season totals

1995: TERRY DONAHUE

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 12/25

9/2 9/9 9/16 9/23 9/30 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18 12/29

W 31 W 23 L 31 L 15 W 45 W 17 W 42 W 33 L 33 L 14 W 24 L 30 338

(15)Miami (12) 8 (12)at Brigham Young 9 (12)Oregon (20) 38 (16)at Washington State 24 Fresno State 21 Arizona 10 at Stanford (23) 28 (24)California 16 (22)at Arizona State 37 Washington (23) 38 at USC (11) 20 Kansas (11) (Aloha Bowl) 51 Season totals 300

W—7, L—5, T—0 (4-4, T-5th in Pacific-10) Pre-Season Poll: 16th by AP

9/7 9/14 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23

L 20 W 44 L 9 W 41 L 34 L 21 W 38 L 20 W 38 L 17 W 48 330

at Tennessee (2) Northeast Louisiana at Michigan (6) at Oregon Arizona State (4) at Washington (25) at California Stanford Washington State at Arizona USC (2ot) Season totals

at Washington St. Tennessee (3) at Texas (11) (24)Arizona (22)Houston (18)at Oregon (17)Oregon State (13)California (12)at Stanford (9)Washington (13) (7)at USC (5)Texas A&M(19) (Cotton Bowl) Season totals

9/1 9/8 9/22 9/29 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17 12/1

9/7 9/14 9/21 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/23 12/7

(6)Texas (23) (4)at Houston (4)Washington State (3)at Arizona (10) (2)Oregon (11) (ot) (2)at California (2)Stanford (3)at Oregon State (3)at Washington (3)USC (3)at Miami (6)Wisconsin (9) (Rose Bowl) Season totals

W W L W W L L W W W L L

30 38 17 43 43 30 12 28 34 37 21 27

(15)at Alabama (25) 17 (14)at Kansas 17 (14)Ohio State (21) 6 (12)at Oregon State (19) 7 (7)Washington (10) 13 (4)California 17 (4)at Stanford (20) 38 (9)at Washington St.(16) 20 (17)Oregon (7) 21 (20)at USC 27 Arizona State 42 Season totals 225

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 27 387

New Mexico (Las Vegas Bowl) Season totals

13 326

W—8, L—5, T—0 (4-4, T-4th in Pacific-10)

9/6 9/13 9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22 12/30

W—10, L—2, T—0 (8-0, 1st in Pacific-10) Pre-Season Poll: 7th by AP; Final Poll: 8th by AP and USA Today

L 14 W 6 L 24 W 20 W 46 W 24 W 23 W 20 L 14 L 13 L 13 L 22 L 9 248

at Colorado (24) Illinois at Oklahoma (1) San Diego State Washington (18) at Arizona California (ot) Arizona State at Stanford at Washington St.(12) Oregon at USC (2) Fresno St. (Silicon Valley FB Classic) Season totals

16 3 59 10 16 21 20 13 21 31 31 47 17 305

W—6, L—7, T—0 (4-4, T-5th in Pacific-10)

W—8, L—4, T—0 (6-2, T-1st in Pacific-10) Final Poll: 17th by USA Today, 18th by AP

86

31 17 31 10 17 45 48 0 31 26 29 24 309

9/3 9/10 9/17 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 12/3 12/30

W 44 W 63 W 41 W 21 W 47 W 44 W 51 W 30 L 14 W 45 L 19 W 50 469

at San Diego State Rice Oklahoma (21) (20)Washington (20)California (10) (12)at Wash. State(ot) (8)Oregon State (8)at Stanford (ot) (7)at Arizona (14)Arizona State (11)at USC (1) (17)Northwestern (Sun Bowl) Season totals

21 21 24 17 40 41 28 27 52 35 66 38 410

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

W 31 W 26 L 19 W 31 W 27 L 20 L 17 L 15 L 24 W 25 W 24 W 13 L 27 299

Utah Rice at Washington Stanford Arizona at Oregon (18) at Notre Dame (10) Washington St. at California (10) Oregon State at Arizona State USC (2) Florida State (Emerald Bowl) Season totals

10 16 29 0 7 30 20 37 38 7 12 9 44 259

W—7, L—6, T—0 (5-4, 4th in Pacific-10)

2007: KARL DORRELL 9/1 W 45 (14)at Stanford 17 9/8 W 27 (13)Brigham Young 17 9/15 L 6 (11)at Utah 44 9/22 W 44 Washington 31 9/29 W 40 at Oregon State 14 10/6 L 6 Notre Dame 20 10/20 W 30 California (10) 21 10/27 L 7 at Washington State 27 11/3 L 27 at Arizona 34 11/10 L 20 Arizona State (9) 24 11/24 W 16 Oregon (9) 0 12/1 L 7 at USC (8) 24 DeWAYNE WALKER, INTERIM COACH 12/22 L 16 Brigham Young(19) (Las Vegas Bowl) 17 291 Season totals 290 W—6, L—7, T—0 (5-4, T-4th in Pacific-10) Pre-Season Poll: 14th by AP

2003: KARL DORRELL

31 24 17 28 38 16 24 34 24 17 49 38 340

Oklahoma State at Illinois at Washington San Diego State Arizona at California (8) at Arizona State (21) Stanford Washington State at Oregon USC (1) Wyoming (Las Vegas Bowl) Season totals

W—10, L—2, T—0 (6-2, 3rd in Pacific-10) Final Poll: 13th by USA Today, 16th by AP

2002: BOB TOLEDO 37 30 3 27 10 31 10 17 7 28 24 23 247

1998: BOB TOLEDO W 49 W 42 W 49 W 52 W 41 W 28 W 28 W 41 W 36 W 34 L 45 L 31 476

W 20 W 41 W 13 W 38 W 35 W 56 L 28 L 14 L 20 L 0 W 52 317

L 20 W 35 W 37 W 33 W 37 L 28 L 42 W 21 L 29 W 34 L 24 L 21 361

2005: KARL DORRELL 24 21 20 29 31 46 44 24 35 35 38 21 368

W—7 L—4, T—0 (4-4, 6th in Pacific-10) Pre-Season Poll: 17th by AP

W—10, L—2, T—0 (7-1, T-1st in Pacific-10) Final Poll: 5th by AP and USA Today

9/12 9/19 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21 12/5 1/1

Alabama (3) (16)Fresno State (14)Michigan (3) (6)at Oregon (15)Arizona State (13)at California (3ot) (23)Oregon State (19) at Arizona (24) Stanford at Washington (7) USC Wisconsin (Sun Bowl) Season totals

2001: BOB TOLEDO

35 0 38 22 42 41 29 21 14 35 41 318

1997: BOB TOLEDO L 34 L 24 W 66 W 40 W 66 W 39 W 34 W 35 W 27 W 52 W 31 W 29 477

W 35 W 24 W 23 L 10 W 38 L 38 L 38 W 27 W 37 L 28 L 35 L 20 353

9/4 9/11 9/18 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 12/4 12/23

W—6, L—6, T—0 (4-4, T-5th in Pacific-10)

W—6, L—6, T—0 (3-5, T-5th in Pacific-10)

W—5, L—6, T—0 (4-4, 4th in Pacific-10)

8/30 9/6 9/13 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/15 11/22 1/1

2004: KARL DORRELL 7 42 21 42 28 29 17 55 33 20 17 311

W—4, L—7, T—0 (2-6, 9th in Pacific-10) Pre-Season Poll: 16th by AP

1996: BOB TOLEDO 1991: TERRY DONAHUE

W 38 L 20 W 35 L 32 L 27 W 34 L 0 L 7 L 7 W 23 L 7 230

2008: RICK NEUHEISEL 9/1 9/13 9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/8 11/15 11/28 12/6

W 27 L 0 L 10 L 31 W 28 L 24 W 23 L 20 L 6 W 27 L 9 L 7 212

Tennessee (ot) (18) at Brigham Young (18) Arizona Fresno State (25) Washington State at Oregon Stanford at California Oregon State at Washington at Arizona State USC (5) Season totals

24 59 31 36 3 31 20 41 34 7 34 28 348

W—4, L—8, T—0 (3-6, 8th in Pacific-10)


HISTORY

ALL-TIME RESULTS 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 33 W 19 W 23 L 16 L 10 L 26 L 13 L 19 W 24 W 43 W 23 L 7 W 30 286

San Diego State at Tennessee Kansas State at Stanford Oregon (13) California at Arizona at Oregon State Washington at Washington State Arizona State at USC (24) Temple (Eagle Bank Bowl) Season totals

14 15 9 24 24 45 27 26 23 7 13 28 21 276

W—7, L—6, T—0 (3-6, 8th in Pacific-10)

2010: RICK NEUHEISEL 9/4 9/11 9/18 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/21 10/30 11/6 11/18 11/26 12/4

L 22 at Kansas State L 0 Stanford (25) W 31 Houston (23) W 34 at Texas (7) W 42 Washington State L 7 at California L 13 at Oregon (1) L 21 Arizona (15) W 17 Oregon State L 7 at Washington L 34 at Arizona State L 14 USC 242 Season totals

31 35 13 12 28 35 60 29 14 24 55 28 364

W—4, L—8, T—0 (2-7, 9th in Pacific-10)

***Start of Pac-12 Conference*** 2011: RICK NEUHEISEL 9/3 9/10 9/17 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/20 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19 11/26 12/2

L W L W L W L W W L W L L

34 27 20 27 19 28 12 31 29 6 45 0 31

at Houston San Jose State Texas (24) at Oregon State at Stanford (6) Washington State at Arizona California Arizona State (20) at Utah Colorado at USC (10) at Oregon (8)*

38 17 49 19 45 25 48 14 28 31 6 50 49

MIKE JOHNSON INTERIM COACH

12/31 L 14 323

Illinois (Fight Hunger Bowl) Season totals

20 439

W—6, L—8, T—0; (5-4, Pac-12 South Champ) *Pac-12 Championship Game

8/30 9/6 9/13 9/25 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/22 11/28 1/2

W 28 W 42 W 20 W 62 L 28 L 30 W 36 W 40 W 17 W 44 W 38 L 10 W 40 435

(7)at Virginia 20 (11)Memphis 35 (12)Texas (at Arlington,TX) 17 (11)at Arizona State (15) 27 (8)Utah 30 (18)Oregon (12) 42 at California 34 (25)at Colorado 37 2ot (25) Arizona (14) 7 (18)at Washington 30 (11)USC (24) 20 (9) Stanford 31 (14)Kansas St. (11) (Alamo Bowl) 35 Season totals 365

9/5 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/15 10/22 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21 11/28 12/26

W 34 W 37 W 24 W 56 L 23 L 35 W 40 W 35 W 41 L 27 W 17 L 21 L 29 419

8/31 9/14 9/21 10/3 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/15 11/23 11/30 12/31

W 58 W 41 W 59 W 34 W 37 L 10 L 14 W 45 W 31 W 41 L 33 W 35 W 42 480

(21)Nevada (16)at Nebraska (23) (13)New Mexico State (12)at Utah (11)California (9)at Stanford (13) (12)at Oregon (2) (17) Colorado (16)at Arizona (13)Washington (14)Arizona State (17) (22)at USC (23) (17)Virginia Tech (Sun Bowl) Season totals

20 21 13 27 10 24 42 23 26 31 38 14 12 301

UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 1-0; At Rose Bowl, 1-0; At Tuscaloosa 1-0. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2001 W 20-17 A 15/25 2000 W 35-24 H -/3 1976 L 6-36 1 7/16 1 - Liberty Bowl in Memphis, TN

ARIZONA (24-16-2) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 14-4-2; At Rose Bowl, 11-4-1; At Coliseum, 3-0-1; At Tucson, 10-12. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2017 L 30-47 A -/2016 W 45-24 W -/2015 W 56-30 A 9/16 2014 W 17-7 H 25/14 2013 W 31-26 A 16/2012 W 66-10 H 25/24 2011 L 12-48 A -/2010 L 21-29 H -/15 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 -/-

W—8, L—5 T—0; (5-4, 3rd in Pac-12 South) Pre-Season Poll: 13 by AP

2016: JIM MORA 9/3 9/10 9/17 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 11/3 11/12 11/19 11/26

L 24 W 42 W 17 L 13 W 45 L 20 L 21 L 45 L 10 W 38 L 14 L 10 299

(16)at Texas A&M (ot) UNLV at Brigham Young Stanford (7) Arizona at Arizona State at Washington State Utah (19) at Colorado (21) Oregon State USC (15) at Cal Season Totals

31 21 14 22 24 23 27 52 20 24 36 36 330

W—4, L—8 T—0; (2-7, T4th in Pac-12 South) Pre-Season Poll: 16 by AP

9/3 9/9 9/16 9/23 9/30 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/3 11/11 11/18

2013: JIM MORA

ALABAMA (2-1)

(13) Virginia 16 (13)at UNLV 3 (10) Brigham Young (19) 23 (9)at Arizona(16) 30 (7) Arizona State 38 (18)at Stanford (15) 56 California (20) 24 (24) Colorado 31 (22)at Oregon State 0 (18) Washington State 31 at Utah (18) 9 (22)at USC 40 Nebraska (Foster Farms Bowl) 37 Season totals 338

2017: JIM MORA

W—9, L—5 T—0; (6-3, Pac-12 South Champ) *Pac-12 Championship Game

UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 4-3; At Coliseum, 4-3; At Colorado Springs 2-1-1. Year W/L Score Site Rank 1976 W 40-7 H 5/1975 T 20-20 A 10/1966 W 38-13 H 3/ 1965 W 10-0 A -/1964 L 15-24 H -/1963 L 21-48 A -/1962 L 11-17 H -/1961 W 19-6 A -/1960 W 22-0 H 11/1959 L 7-20 H -/1957 W 47-0 H -/-

2015: JIM MORA

8/30 9/8 9/15 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17 11/24 11/30 12/27

at Rice 24 Nebraska (17) 30 (22)Houston 6 (19)Oregon State 27 at Colorado 14 (25)at California 43 Utah 14 at Arizona State 43 (25)Arizona (24) 10 (17)at Washington State 36 (17)USC (21) 28 (15)Stanford (11) 35 (17)at Stanford(8)* 27 (17)Baylor (Holiday Bowl) 49 Season totals 386

AIR FORCE (6-4-1)

W—10, L—3 T—0; (6-3, T2nd in Pac-12 South) Pre-Season Poll: 7 by AP; Final Poll: 10th by AP and USA Today

2012: JIM MORA W 49 W 36 W 37 L 20 W 42 L 17 W 21 W 45 W 66 W 44 W 38 L 17 L 24 L 26 482

RECORD VS. OPPONENTS

2014: JIM MORA

2009: RICK NEUHEISEL

W W L L W L W L L W L

45 56 45 34 27 30 31 23 17 44 23

Texas A&M Hawai'i (25) at Memphis at Stanford Colorado at Arizona Oregon at Washington (12) at Utah Arizona State at USC (12)

44 23 48 58 23 47 14 44 48 37 28

JEDD FISCH, INTERIM COACH

11/23 W 30 12/26 L 17 422

Cal Kansas State (Cactus Bowl) Season Totals

27 35 476

W—6, L—7 T—0; (4-5, 4th in Pac-12 South)

NOTE: Number following UCLA score and opponent name is AP ranking unless otherwise noted

ARIZONA STATE (20-13-1) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 11-7-1; At Rose Bowl, 9-7-1; At Coliseum, 2-0; At Tempe, 9-6. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2017 W 44-37 H -/2016 L 20-23 A -/2015 L 23-38 H 7/2014 W 62-27 A 11/15 2013 L 33-38 H 14/17 2012 W 45-43 A -/2011 W 29-28 H -/20 2010 L 34-55 A -/2009 W 23-13 H -/2008 L 9-34 A -/2007 L 20-24 H -/9

W—10, L—3 T—0; (6-3, T2nd in Pac-12 South) Pre-Season Poll: 21st-AP; Final Poll: 16th-AP and USA Today

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HISTORY 2006 2005 2004 2003 2001 2000 1999 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1989 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1981 1980 1979 1976

W W L W W W L L L W L L W W W L W W T W W W W

24-12 45-35 42-48 20-13 52-42 38-31 27-28 34-42 33-37 59-23 3-9 0-20 21-16 33-14 31-23 9-16 40-17 21-13 26-26 34-24 23-14 31-28 28-10

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

-/14/-/21 -/-/15/-/-/4 22/-/10/-/-/25/7/15/16 -/-/-/18/9 17/-/17/3

ARKANSAS (1-0-1) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 0-0; At Fayetteville 0-0. Year W/L Score Site Rank 1988 W 17-3 1 9/8 1978 T 10-10 2 15/8 1 - 1989 Cotton Bowl in Dallas; 2 - 1978 Fiesta Bowl in Tempe, Ariz.

BAYLOR (0-1) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 0-0; At Waco 0-0. Year W/L Score Site 2012 L 26-49 1 1 – Bridgepointe Holiday Bowl in San Diego, Calif.

Rank 17/-

BOISE STATE (1-0) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 1-0; At Rose Bowl, 1-0; At Boise 0-0. Year W/L Score Site Rank 1999 W 38-7 H 17/-

BYU (9-3) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 4-1; At Rose Bowl, 4-1; At Provo, 4-1.

Year W/L Score Site Rank 2016 W 17-14 A -/2015 W 24-23 H 10/19 2008 L 0-59 A -/18 2007 L 16-17 1 -/19 2007 W 27-17 H 13/1995 W 23-9 A 12/1993 W 68-14 H 25/19 1992 W 17-10 A 15/1991 W 27-23 H 23/25 1986 W 31-10 2 15/1985 W 27-24 A 20/1983 L 35-37 H -/1 - Las Vegas Bowl; 2 - Freedom Bowl in Anaheim, Calif.

CALIFORNIA (54-33-1) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 31-12-1; At Rose Bowl, 14-4; At Coliseum, 17-8-1; At Berkeley, 23-21. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2017 W 30-27 H -/2016 L 10-36 A -/2015 W 40-24 H -/2014 W 36-34 A -/2013 W 37-10 H 11/2012 L 17-43 A 25/2011 W 31-14 H -/2010 L 7-35 A -/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 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 1945 1944 1944 1943 1943 1942 1941 1940 1939 1938 1937 1936 1935 1934 1933

L L W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W L W W L W W W W L W W W W L W W W W W W W L L L L W L W W L L L W L L W L L W L L T

24-27 31-38 24-6 38-21 42-18 36-10 34-7 17-14 20-16 47-31 34-6 32-9 28-27 45-0 21-19 35-19 28-14 28-3 61-21 49-13 24-31 24-21 32-0 15-39 37-14 28-15 56-3 25-21 0-25 26-16 35-15 28-0 19-12 17-20 16-14 34-20 47-0 27-6 20-7 28-7 21-7 0-35 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 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 A H H A A H A H A H A H A H A H

24/18 -/-/2/8/19/17/-/-/11/-/3/-/10/-/15 4/19/-/20 13/11/-/19/8/-/4/3/-/-/-/-/-/15/-/-/-/-/6/3/10/7/11 -/9 19/6 20/-/5 19/14 4/12/-/-/-/-/-/-/-/-/19/-/-/-/-/-/-/-

CAL STATE FULLERTON (1-0) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 1-0; At Rose Bowl, 1-0; At Fullerton 0-0. Year W/L Score Site Rank 1992 W 37-14 H 16/-

COLORADO (10-3) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 6-1; At Rose Bowl, 4-1; At Coliseum, 2-0; At Boulder, 4-2. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2017 W 27-23 H -/2016 L 10-20 A -/21 2015 W 35-31 H 24/2014 W 40-37 2ot A 25/2013 W 45-23 H 17/2012 W 42-14 A -/2011 W 45-6 H -/2003 L 14-16 A -/24 2002 L 17-31 H 20/1984 W 33-16 A 17/1982 W 34-6 A 9/1981 W 27-7 H 16/1980 W 56-14 H -/-

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COLORADO STATE (2-0) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 2-0; At Rose Bowl, 1-0; At Coliseum, 1-0; At Fort Collins 0-0. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2002 W 30-19 H - /19 1962 W 35-7 H -/-

DRAKE (0-1) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 0-1; At Des Moines 0-0. Year W/L Score Site Rank 1925 L 6-25 H -/-

DUKE (1-0) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 1-0; At Coliseum, 1-0; At Durham 0-0. Year W/L Score Site Rank 1960 W 27-6 H -/10

FLORIDA (3-2) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 1-1; At Gainesville 1-1. Year W/L Score Site Rank 1987 W 20-16 1 10/1958 L 14-21 H -/1941 W 30-27 A -/1932 L 2-12 A -/1931 W 13-0 H -/1- Aloha Bowl in Honolulu, Hawaii

FLORIDA STATE (0-1) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 0-0; At Rose Bowl, 0-0; At Tallahassee 0-0. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2006 L 27-44 1 -/1 - Emerald Bowl in San Francisco, Calif.

FRESNO STATE (6-2) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 6-1; At Rose Bowl, 4-1; At Fresno 0-0. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2008 L 31-36 H -/25 2003 L 9-17 1 -/2000 W 24-21 H 24/1999 W 35-21 H 21/1995 W 45-21 H -/1987 W 17-0 H 13/1929 W 56-6 H -/1927 W 7-0 H -/1 - Silicon Valley Football Classic in San Jose, Calif.

GEORGIA (0-2) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 0-1; At Rose Bowl, 0-1; At Athens 0-1. Year W/L Score Site Rank 1983 L 8-19 A 20/15 1942 L 0-9 1 13/ 1 - 1943 Rose Bowl

HAWAI'I (3-0) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 2-0; At Honolulu 1-0. Year W/L Score Site 2017 W 56-23 H 1938 W 32-7 A 1935 W 19-6 H

Rank -/-/-/-

HOUSTON (4-3) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 3-1; At Rose Bowl, 2-0; At Coliseum, 0-1; At Houston 1-2. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2012 W 37-6 H 22/2011 L 34-38 A -/2010 W 31-13 H -/23 1998 W 42-24 A 4/ 1997 W 66-10 H 22/1979 L 16-24 H - /16 1977 L 13-17 A 11/14

IDAHO (6-1) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 6-0; Away 0-1. Year W/L Score Site 1948 W 28-12 H 1942 W 40-13 H 1938 W 33-0 H 1935 W 13-6 H 1932 W 6-0 H 1930 W 20-6 H 1928 L 6-20 A

Rank -/13/-/-/-/-/-/-


HISTORY ILLINOIS (6-6)

MIAMI (2-1)

NEVADA LAS VEGAS (2-0)

UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 3-3; At Rose Bowl, 2-1; At Coliseum, 1-2; At Champaign 2-2. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2011 L 14-20 1 -/2004 W 35-17 A -/2003 W 6-3 H -/1991 W 6-3 2 22/1983 W 45-9 3 -/ 4 1964 L 7-26 A -/1963 L 12-18 H -/ 4 1958 W 18-14 A -/1957 W 16-6 H -/1951 L 13-27 A -/ 10 1950 L 6-14 H -/1946 L 14-45 4 4/ 1 - Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl in San Francisco; 2 - Hancock Bowl in El Paso, Texas; 3 - Rose Bowl; 4 - 1947 Rose Bowl

UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 1-0; At Rose Bowl, 1-0; At Coliseum, 0-0; At Miami 0-1. Year W/L Score Site Rank 1998 L 45-49 A 3/1995 W 31-8 H 15/12 1984 W 39-37 1 14/13 1 - 1985 Fiesta Bowl-Tempe, Ariz.

UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 1-0; At Rose Bowl, 1-0; At Las Vegas 1-0. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2016 W 42-21 H -/2015 W 37-3 A 13/-

IOWA (7-2) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 6-0; At Rose Bowl, 1-0; At Coliseum, 5-0; At Iowa City 1-2. Year W/L Score Site Rank 1985 W 45-28 1 13/4 1981 L 7-20 A 6/1977 W 34-16 H -/1974 L 10-21 A 12/1973 W 55-18 H 18/1955 W 33-13 H 7/1949 W 41-25 A -/1947 W 22-7 H -/1938 W 27-3 H -/1 - 1986 Rose Bowl

IOWA STATE (1-1) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 2-0; At Coliseum 1-0; At Ames, 0-0. Year W/L Score Site Rank 1975 W 37-21 H 16/1926 L 0-20 H -/-

KANSAS (5-2) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 3-0; At Coliseum, 3-0; At Lawrence, 2-1. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2001 W 41-17 A 14/1995 L 30-51 1 -/11 1978 L 24-28 A 8/1977 W 17-7 H 14/1956 W 13-0 H -/1954 W 32-7 A 8/1953 W 19-7 H 4/1 - Aloha Bowl in Honolulu, Hawaii

KANSAS STATE (2-2) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 1-0; At Rose Bowl, 1-0; At Manhattan, 0-1. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2017 L 17-35 2 -/2014 W 40-35 1 14/11 2010 L 22-31 A -/2009 W 23-9 H -/1 - 2015 Valero Alamo Bowl in San Antonio, Texas 2 - 2017 Cactus Bowl in Phoenix, Ariz.

LONG BEACH STATE (4-0) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 4-0; At Rose Bowl, 4-0; At Long Beach, 0-0. Year W/L Score Site Rank 1988 W 56-3 H 2/1986 W 41-23 H 16/1984 W 23-17 H 7/1982 W 41-10 H 18/-

LOUISIANA-MONROE (1-0) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 1-0; At Rose Bowl, 1-0; At Monroe 0-0. Year W/L Score Site Rank 1996 W 44-0 H -/-

MARYLAND (1-1) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 1-0; At Coliseum, 1-0; At College Park 0-1. Year W/L Score Site Rank 1955 L 0-7 A 1/5 1954 W 12-7 H 4/6

MEMPHIS (1-1) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 1-0; At Rose Bowl, 1-0; At Memphis 0-1. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2017 L 45-48 A 25/2014 W 42-35 H 11/-

MICHIGAN (3-8) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 2-2; At Rose Bowl, 2-1; At Coliseum, 0-1; At Ann Arbor 1-5. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2000 W 23-20 H 14/3 1996 L 9-38 A -/6 1990 L 15-38 A -/7 1989 L 23-24 H 24/5 1983 W 24-14 1 5/19 1982 W 31-27 A 12/20 1981 L 14-33 2 19/16 1972 L 9-26 H 6/12 1971 L 0-38 A -/4 1961 L 6-29 A 9/1956 L 13-42 A -/13 1 - 1983 Rose Bowl; 2 - 1981 Bluebonnet Bowl in Houston, Texas

MICHIGAN STATE (3-3) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 2-2; At Rose Bowl, 1-2; At Coliseum, 1-0; At East Lansing 1-1. Year W/L Score Site Rank 1974 W 56-14 H -/1973 W 34-21 A 17/1965 W 14-12 1 5/1 1965 L 3-13 A -/1955 L 14-17 2 4/1953 L 20-28 3 5/8 1 - 1966 Rose Bowl; 2 - 1956 Rose Bowl; 3 - 1954 Rose Bowl

MINNESOTA (1-2) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 1-1; At Rose Bowl, 0-1; At Coliseum, 1-0; At Minneapolis 0-1. Year W/L Score Site Rank 1978 W 17-3 H 18/1977 L 13-27 A 18/1961 L 3-21 1 -/1 - 1962 Rose Bowl

MISSOURI (2-0-1) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 2-0; At Coliseum, 2-0; At Columbia 0-0-1. Year W/L Score Site Rank 1966 W 24-15 H 2/1965 T 14-14 A -/1937 W 13-0 H -/-

MONTANA (7-0) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 7-0; At Coliseum, 0-0. At Missoula 0-0. Year W/L Score Site Rank 1946 W 61-7 H 4/1941 W 14-7 H -/1939 W 20-6 H -/1936 W 30-0 H -/1934 W 16-0 H -/1932 W 32-0 H -/1929 W 14-0 H -/-

NEBRASKA (6-7) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 4-2; At Rose Bowl, 2-2; At Coliseum, 2-0; At Lincoln 2-4. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2015 L 29-37 1 -/2013 W 41-21 A 16/23 2012 W 36-30 H -/17 1994 L 21-49 A 13/2 1993 L 13-14 H -/8 1988 W 41-28 H 5/2 1987 L 33-42 A 3/2 1984 L 3-42 H 8/1 1983 L 10-42 A -/ 1 1973 L 13-40 A 10/4 1972 W 20-17 H -/1 1948 W 27-15 A -/1946 W 18-0 H 4/1 - Foster Farms Bowl in Santa Clara, Calif.

NEVADA (1-0) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 1-0; At Rose Bowl, 1-0; At Reno 0-0. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2013 W 58-20 H 21/-

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NEW MEXICO (1-0) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 0-0; At Albuquerque 0-0. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2002 W 27-13 1 -/1 - Las Vegas Bowl

NEW MEXICO STATE (1-0) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 1-0; At Rose Bowl, 1-0; At Las Cruces 0-0. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2013 W 59-13 H 13/-

NORTH CAROLINA STATE (2-0) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 2-0; At Coliseum, 2-0; At Raleigh 0-0. Year W/L Score Site Rank 1960 W 7-0 H -/1959 W 21-12 H -/-

NORTHWESTERN (3-3) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 1-1; At Coliseum, 2-0; At Evanston 1-2. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2005 W 50-38 1 -/1970 W 12-7 H 15/1969 W 36-0 A 11/1948 L 0-19 H -/1947 L 26-27 A -/1931 L 0-19 A -/1 - Sun Bowl in El Paso, Texas

NOTRE DAME (0-4) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 0-1; At Rose Bowl, 0-1; At South Bend 0-3. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2007 L 6-20 H -/2006 L 17-20 A -/10 1964 L 0-24 A -/4 1963 L 12-27 A -/-

OHIO STATE (4-4-1) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 3-2; At Rose Bowl, 2-0; At Coliseum, 1-2; At Columbus 1-2-1. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2001 W 13-6 H 14/21 1999 L 20-42 A 13/14 1980 W 17-0 A 11/2 1979 L 13-17 H 17/14 1976 T 10-10 A 4/8 1975 W 23-10 1 11/1 1975 L 20-41 H 13/2 1962 W 9-7 H -/1 1961 L 3-13 A -/8 1-1976 Rose Bowl

OKLAHOMA (1-3) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 1-1; At Rose Bowl, 1-1; At Norman 0-2. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2005 W 41-24 H -/21 2003 L 24-59 A -/1 1990 L 14-34 H 19/23 1986 L 3-38 A 4/1

OKLAHOMA STATE (1-1) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 0-1; At Rose Bowl, 0-1; At Stillwater 1-0. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2004 L 20-31 H -/2002 W 38-24 A -/-

OREGON (40-28) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 23-14; At Rose Bowl, 7-8; At Coliseum, 16-6; At Eugene, 17-14. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2017 W 31-14 H -/2014 L 30-42 H 18/12 2013 L 14-42 A 12/2 2011 L 31-49 A (Conf. Champ. Game) -/8 2010 L 13-60 A -/1 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


HISTORY 2000 L 1999 W 1998 W 1997 W 1996 W 1995 L 1992 W 1991 W 1990 L 1989 L 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

10-29 34-29 41-38 (ot) 39-31 41-22 31-38 9-6 16-7 24-28 20-38 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 A H A H A H 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/-/2/11 18/-/12/20 -/-/-/22 -/6/9/16 -/-/11/-/8/-/9/-/3/-/-/9/15/15/7/-/-/-/1/5/18/-/-/-/-/16 -/4/-/10/-/16 -/-/-/-/-/-/-/-/-/-/-/-/-/-

OREGON STATE (43-16-4) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 24-8-3; At Rose Bowl, 10-4-0; At Coliseum, 14-4-3; At Corvallis/Portland, 18-8-1; At Tokyo, Japan, 1-0-0. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2016 W 38-24 H -/2015 W 41-0 A 22/2012 L 20-27 H 19/2011 W 27-19 A -/2010 W 17-14 H -/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 3/1997 W 34-10 H 17/1994 L 14-23 H -/1993 W 20-17 A 19/1992 W 26-14 H -/1991 W 44-7 A -/1990 W 26-17 H -/1989 L 17-18 A -/1988 W 38-21 H 2/1987 W 52-17 A 7/1986 W 49-0 2 15/1985 W 41-0 H 13/1984 W 26-17 H -/1980 W 34-3 1 14/-

1978 L 13-15 A 1977 W 48-18 H 1976 W 45-14 A 1975 W 31-9 H 1974 W 33-14 A 1973 W 56-14 H 1972 W 37-7 A 1971 L 17-34 H 1970 W 14-9 A 1969 W 37-0 H 1968 L 21-45 A 1967 T 16-16 H 1958 L 0-14 A 1957 W 27-7 H 1956 L 7-21 A 1955 W 38-0 H 1954 W 61-0 A 1953 W 41-0 H 1952 W 57-0 H 1951 W 7-0 2 1950 W 20-13 H 1949 W 35-13 H 1948 L 0-28 H 1947 W 27-7 2 1946 W 50-7 H 1942 W 30-7 H 1941 L 0-19 A 1940 L 0-7 H 1939 T 13-13 H 1938 T 6-6 H 1937 T 7-7 A 1936 W 22-13 H 1935 W 20-7 2 1934 W 25-7 H 1930 L 0-19 H 1 - Mirage Bowl-Tokyo, Japan; 2 - Portland, Oregon

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

PACIFIC (4-1) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 2-1; Away 2-0. Year W/L Score Site 1957 W 21-0 A 1955 W 34-0 A 1945 W 50-0 H 1944 W 54-7 H 1943 L 7-19 H

Rank -/5/-/-/-/-

PENN STATE (4-2) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 2-1; At Coliseum, 2-1; At State College 2-1. Year W/L Score Site Rank 1968 L 6-21 H -/3 1967 W 17-15 A 3/1966 W 49-11 H 4/1965 W 24-22 A -/1964 W 21-14 H -/1963 L 14-17 A -/-

PITTSBURGH (9-5) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 5-3; At Coliseum, 5-3; At Pittsburgh 4-2. Year W/L Score Site Rank 1972 W 38-28 A 8/1971 L 25-29 H 15/1970 W 24-15 A 16/1969 W 42-8 H 17/1968 W 63-7 H 16/1967 W 40-8 A 6/1966 W 57-14 H 4/1964 W 17-12 A -/1963 L 0-20 H -/1962 L 6-8 A -/1961 W 20-6 H -/1960 W 8-7 H -/7 1959 L 21-25 A -/1958 L 6-27 H -/19

PURDUE (3-0-2) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 1-0-1; At Coliseum, 1-0-1; At West Lafayette,2-0-1. Year W/L Score Site Rank 1980 W 23-14 A -/1979 W 31-21 H -/5 1960 T 27-27 A 8/1959 T 0-0 H -/11 1950 W 20-6 A 18/-

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RICE (5-0) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 3-0; At Rose Bowl, 2-0; At Coliseum, 1-0; At Houston 2-0. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2012 W 49-24 A -/2006 W 26-16 H -/2005 W 63-21 H -/1966 W 27-24 A 2/1952 W 20-0 H 11/-

SAINT MARY'S (7-5) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 6-4; Away 1-1. Year W/L Score Site 1946 W 46-20 H 1945 W 13-0 H 1944 W 39-0 H 1943 W 19-7 H 1935 W 13-7 A 1934 W 6-0 H 1933 L 14-22 H 1932 L 7-14 H 1931 W 12-0 H 1930 L 6-21 H 1929 L 0-24 H 1925 L 0-28 A

Rank 4/-/-/-/-/-/-/-/-/-/-/-/-

SAN DIEGO STATE (21-0-1) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 13-0; At Rose Bowl, 8-0; At San Diego 8-0-1. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2009 W 33-14 H -/2005 W 44-21 A -/2004 W 33-10 H -/2003 W 20-10 H -/2002 W 43-7 A -/1993 W 52-13 A -/1992 W 35-7 H 11/21 1991 W 37-12 A -/1990 W 45-31 H -/1989 W 28-25 A 20 1988 W 59-6 H 5/1987 W 47-14 H 31986 W 45-14 A 19/1985 W 34-16 H 12/1984 W 18-15 A 4/1934 W 20-0 H -/1933 W 13-0 H -/1926 W 42-7 H -/1925 W 7-0 H -/1924 T 13-13 A -/1923 W 12-0 H -/1922 W 24-6 A -/-

SAN JOSE STATE (1-0) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 1-0; At Rose Bowl, 1-0; At Coliseum, 0-0. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2011 W 27-17 H -/-

SANTA CLARA (3-3-1) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 3-3-1; At Santa Clara 0-0. Year W/L Score Site Rank 1951 W 44-17 H -/1949 L 0-14 H 13/1946 W 33-7 H 5/ 1942 W 14-6 H 14/9 1941 L 13-31 H -/1940 L 6-9 H -/1939 T 0-0 H 11/14

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA (31-47-7) (Note: *USC wins in 2004 and 2005 vacated by NCAA sanctions) UCLA Record:At Rose Bowl, 10-8-0; At Coliseum, 21-39-7 (left in ‘82). Year W/L Score Site Rank 2017 L 23-28 A -/12 2016 L 14-36 H -/15 2015 L 21-40 A 22/2014 W 38-20 H 11/24 2013 W 35-14 A 22/23 2012 W 38-28 H 17/21 2011 L 0-50 A -/10 2010 L 14-28 H -/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


HISTORY 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 1945 1944 1944 1943 1943 1942 1941 1940 1939 1938 1937 1936 1930 1929

L L L W W W W W W W W L T L L W L W W W L W L L L L W L L L T W L L L W W L L L W L W T W L W W W L W W L L L W L L L T L L W T L T L L T L L

0-27 35-38 7-17 34-17 31-24 48-41(2ot) 24-20 31-19 27-21 38-37 24-21 42-45 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 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

20/-/-/3/7/-/-/11 -/13 16/22 -/15 25/-/19 -/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) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 1-4; At Rose Bowl, 1-0; At Dallas 0-0. Year W/L Score Site Rank 1994 W 17-10 H 13/ 1947 L 0-7 H 16/12 1940 L 6-9 H -/1937 L 13-26 H -/1935 L 0-21 H -/-

STANFORD (45-41-3) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 26-17-1; At Rose Bowl, 10-8; At Coliseum, 16-9-1; At Stanford, 19-24-2. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2017 L 34-58 L -/2016 L 13-22 H -/7 2015 L 35-56 A 18/15 2014 L 10-31 H 9/-

2013 2012 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1942 1941 1940 1939 1938 1937 1936 1935 1934 1933 1932 1931 1930 1929 1928 1925

L L L L L L W W W W W L W L W L W W L W W W L L W L W W L W L W W L W L W L W W T W W L L T W W W W W W L W W W L L W W W L W L W W L W W W L L T W L L W L L W L L L L L

10-24 A 9/13 24-27A (Conf. Champ. Game)17/8 17-35 H 15/11 19-45 A -/6 0-35 H -/25 16-24 A -/23-20 H -/45-17 A 14/31-0 H -/30-27 ot A 8/21-0 H -/14-21 A -/28-18 H -/28-38 A 4/20 37-35 H -/32-42 A 18/28-24 H 2/27-7 A 12/20-21 H -/42-28 A -/23 31-30 H -/28-25 A -/17 7-19 H 19/11 10-27 A 22/32-31 H -/14-17 A -/27-17 H 6/49-0 A 11/23-28 H 12/34-9 A -/21-23 H 17/39-21 A -/38-35 H 12/23-26 A 17/35-21 H 5/16 24-27 A -/27-26 H 16/17 28-32 A -/38-20 H 5/31-21 A -/13-13 H -/59-13 A 15/28-23 H 8/9-20 A -/12 7-9 H 16/8 20-20 A 6/19 20-17 H -/21-16 A 3/10-0 H 8/30-13 A 7/27-20 H -/10-9 A -/7-17 H -/20-0 A -/26-8 H 19/55-13 A -/19-21 H -/6-20 A -/14-13 H -/10 21-13 A 9/72-0 H 3/20-21 A 4/24-14 H 10/13 7-21 A -/19 21-7 H -/6 14-7 A 18/14-34 H -/39-6 A 19/26-6 H 5/7 20-7 H 11/0-33 A -/14-20 H -/6 14-14 A -/6-0 H -/7-12 A -/6-19 H -/7-6 A -/0-27 H -/0-3 A -/13-6 H -/6-12 A -/0-20 H -/0-57 H -/7-45 A -/0-82 A -/-

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SYRACUSE (2-6) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 1-4; At Rose Bowl, 0-0; At Coliseum, 1-4; At Syracuse 1-2. Year W/L Score Site Rank 1967 L 14-32 H 4/1966 W 31-12 A 2/1965 W 24-14 H -/1964 L 0-39 A -/1963 L 7-29 H -/1962 L 7-12 H -/1959 L 8-36 H 17/1

TEMPLE (1-0) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 0-0; At Rose Bowl, 0-0; At Coliseum, 0-0; At Philadelphia 0-0. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2009 W 30-21 1 -/1 - Eagle Bank Bowl in Washington, DC

TENNESSEE (6-7-2) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 4-2; At Rose Bowl, 2-2; At Coliseum, 2-0; At Knoxville, 2-5-2 . Year W/L Score Site Rank 2009 W 19-15 A -/2008 W 27-24 H -/18 1997 L 24-30 H -/3 1996 L 20-35 A -/2 1994 W 25-23 H 14/13 1991 L 16-30 A 21/11 1989 L 6-24 H 6/1985 T 26-26 A 10/1978 W 13-0 A 9/1975 W 34-28 H 12/10 1974 T 17-17 A 12/16 1970 L 17-28 A -/5 1968 L 18-42 A -/5 1967 W 20-16 H 8/9 1965 L 34-37 A 5/7

TEXAS (4-3) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 1-2; At Rose Bowl, 1-1; At Coliseum, 0-1; At Austin 2-1. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2014 W 20-17 1 12/2011 L 20-49 H -/24 2010 W 34-12 A -/7 1998 W 49-31 H 6/23 1997 W 66-3 A -/11 1971 L 10-28 H -/3 1970 L 17-20 A 13/2 1 - Arlington, Texas

TEXAS A&M (3-3) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 2-2; At Rose Bowl, 1-0; At Coliseum, 1-2; At College Station 0-1. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2017 W 45-44 H -/2016 L 24-31 ot A 16/1997 W 29-23 1 5/19 1955 W 21-0 H 1/1951 L 14-21 H -/6 1940 L 0-7 H -/1- Jan. 1, 1998 Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas

TEXAS CHRISTIAN (3-1) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 3-1; At Rose Bowl, 0-0; At Coliseum, 3-1; At Fort Worth 0-0. Year W/L Score Site Rank 1961 W 28-7 H -/1952 W 14-0 H 18/9 1942 L 6-7 H -/1939 W 6-2 H -/-

UTAH (11-5) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 6-2; At Rose Bowl, 2-2; At Coliseum, 4-0; At Salt Lake City, 5-3. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2017 L 17-48 A -/2016 L 45-52 H -/19 2015 W 17-9 A -/18 2014 L 28-30 H 8/2013 W 34-27 A 12/2012 W 21-14 H -/2011 L 6-31 A -/2007 L 6-44 A 11/2006 W 31-10 H -/1974 W 27-14 A -/1973 W 66-16 H 16/1962 W 14-11 A -/1960 W 16-9 A -/-


HISTORY 1959 1956 1933

W W W

21-6 13-7 22-0

H H H

20/ 17/ -/-

UTAH STATE (1-0) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 1-0; At Ogden 0-0. Year W/L Score Site 1935 W 39-0 H

Rank -/-

VANDERBILT (1-0) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 1-0; At Rose Bowl, 0-0; At Coliseum, 1-0; At Nashville 0-0. Year W/L Score Site Rank 1961 W 28-21 H -/-

VIRGINIA (2-0) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 1-0; At Rose Bowl, 1-0; At Coliseum, 0-0; At Charlottesville 1-0. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2015 W 34-16 H 13/2014 W 28-20 A 7/-

VIRGINIA TECH (1-0) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 0-0; At Rose Bowl, 0-0; At Coliseum, 0-0; At Blacksburg 0-0. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2013 W 42-12 1 17/1 - Sun Bowl in El Paso, Texas

WASHINGTON (40-31-2) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 24-11-1; At Rose Bowl, 11-3; At Coliseum,13-8-1; At Seattle 15-21-1. (Note - UCLA forfeited its win in 1977) Year W/L Score Site Rank 2017 L 23-44 A -/12 2014 W 44-30 A 18/2013 W 41-31 H 13/2010 L 7-24 A -/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 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 H 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 (later forfeit loss) 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 19-17 H 4/1954 W 21-20 A 2/-

1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1942 1941 1940 1939 1938 1937 1936 1933 1932

W W T L W L W W W L L W W L L L L

22-6 32-7 20-20 20-21 47-26 6-27 34-7 39-13 14-10 7-14 0-41 14-7 13-0 0-26 0-14 0-10 0-19

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

7/14/18/13/10 -/-/-/-/18/-/-/13 -/-/-/-/-/-/-

WASHINGTON STATE (40-20-1) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 23-10; At Rose Bowl, 9-6; At Coliseum, 14-4; At Pullman/Spokane/Portland, 17-10-1. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2016 L 21-27 A -/2015 L 27-31 H 18/2012 W 44-36 A 17/2011 W 28-25 H -/2010 W 42-28 H -/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 -/1939 W 24-7 H 13/1938 W 21-0 A -/1937 L 0-3 H -/1936 L 7-32 H -/1933 W 7-0 H -/1932 L 0-3 H -/1931 L 0-13 A -/1928 L 0-38 2 -/1 - Spokane, Wash.; 2 - Portland, Oregon

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WISCONSIN (7-4) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 2-3; At Rose Bowl, seum,2-1; At Madison 5-0. Year W/L Score Site 2000 L 20-21 2 1998 L 31-38 1 1993 L 16-21 1 1982 W 51-26 A 1981 W 31-13 A 1980 W 35-0 H 1979 W 37-12 A 1969 W 34-23 A 1953 W 13-0 H 1952 W 20-7 A 1938 L 7-14 H 1 - Rose Bowl; 2 - Sun Bowl in El Paso, Texas

0-2 ; At ColiRank -/6/9 14/9 14/9/20 16/20/14/6/8/10 -/15

WYOMING (0-1) UCLA Record: In Los Angeles, 0-0 ; At Rose Bowl, 0-0 ; At Coliseum, 0-0; At Laramie 0-0. Year W/L Score Site Rank 2004 L 21-24 1 -/1 - Las Vegas Bowl


HISTORY

ALL-TIME RECORD VS. OPPONENTS Team Air Force Alabama Arizona Arizona State Arkansas Baylor Boise State BYU California Cal State Fullerton Colorado Colorado State Drake Duke Florida Florida State Fresno State Georgia Hawai'i Houston Idaho Illinois Iowa Iowa State Kansas Kansas State Long Beach State Louisiana-Monroe Maryland Memphis Miami Michigan Michigan State Minnesota Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada Nevada Las Vegas New Mexico New Mexico State North Carolina State Northwestern Notre Dame Ohio State Oklahoma Oklahoma State Oregon Oregon State Pacific Penn State Pittsburgh Purdue Rice St. Mary's San Diego State San Jose State Santa Clara Southern California Southern Methodist Stanford Syracuse Temple Tennessee Texas Texas A&M Texas Christian Utah Utah State Vanderbilt Virginia Virgina Tech Washington Washington State Wisconsin Wyoming

W 6 2 24 20 1 0 1 9 54 1 10 2 0 1 3 0 6 0 3 4 6 6 7 1 5 2 4 1 1 1 2 3 3 1 2 7 6 1 2 1 1 2 3 0 4 1 1 40 43 4 4 9 3 5 7 21 1 3 31 1 45 2 1 6 4 3 3 11 1 1 2 1 40 40 7 0

L 4 1 16 13 0 1 0 3 33 0 3 0 1 0 2 1 2 2 0 3 1 6 2 1 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 8 3 2 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 3 4 4 3 1 28 16 1 2 5 0 0 5 0 0 3 47 4 41 6 0 7 3 3 1 5 0 0 0 0 31 20 4 1

T 1 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 7 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0

First Meeting 1957 1976 1927 1976 1978 2012 1999 1983 1933 1992 1980 1962 1925 1960 1931 2006 1927 1942 1935 1977 1928 1946 1938 1926 1953 2009 1982 1996 1954 2014 1984 1956 1953 1961 1937 1929 1946 2013 2015 2002 2013 1959 1931 1963 1961 1986 2002 1928 1930 1943 1963 1958 1950 1952 1925 1922 2011 1939 1929 1935 1925 1959 2009 1965 1970 1940 1939 1933 1935 1961 2014 2013 1932 1928 1938 2004

Last Meeting 1976 (W) 2001 (W) 2017 (L) 2017 (W) 1988 (W) 2012 (L) 1999 (W) 2016 (W) 2017 (W) 1992 (W) 2017 (W) 2002 (W) 1925 (L) 1960 (W) 1987 (W) 2006 (L) 2008 (L) 1983 (L) 2017 (W) 2012 (W) 1948 (W) 2011 (L) 1985 (W) 1975 (W) 2001 (W) 2017 (L) 1988 (W) 1996 (W) 1955 (L) 2017 (L) 1998 (L) 2000 (W) 1974 (W) 1978 (W) 1966 (W) 1946 (W) 2015 (L) 2013 (W) 2016 (W) 2002 (W) 2013 (W) 1960 (W) 2005 (W) 2007 (L) 2001 (W) 2005 (W) 2004 (L) 2017 (W) 2016 (W) 1957 (W) 1968 (L) 1972 (W) 1980 (W) 2012 (W) 1946 (W) 2009 (W) 2011 (W) 1951 (W) 2017 (L) 1994 (W) 2017 (L) 1968 (L) 2009 (W) 2009 (W) 2014 (W) 2017 (W) 1961 (W) 2017 (L) 1935 (W) 1961 (W) 2015 (W) 2013 (W) 2017 (L) 2016 (L) 2000 (L) 2004 (L)

Last Bruin Win 9/25/76 9/1/01 10/1/16 11/11/17 1/2/89 na 9/4/99 9/17/16 11/24/17 9/12/92 9/30/17 9/7/02 na 12/3/60 12/25/87 na 9/9/00 na 9/9/17 9/15/12 10/2/48 9/11/04 1/1/86 9/13/75 9/8/01 1/2/15 9/17/88 9/14/96 10/1/54 9/6/14 9/2/95 9/16/00 9/28/74 9/30/78 10/1/66 11/16/46 9/14/13 8/31/13 9/10/16 12/25/02 9/21/13 10/29/60 12/30/05 na 9/22/01 9/17/05 9/14/02 10/21/17 11/12/16 11/16/57 10/7/67 9/16/72 9/20/80 8/30/12 11/1/46 9/5/09 9/10/11 10/6/51 11/22/14 9/10/94 10/18/08 9/24/66 12/29/09 9/12/09 9/13/14 9/3/17 11/10/61 11/21/15 9/28/35 10/14/61 9/6/15 12/31/13 11/8/14 11/10/12 9/18/82 na

Score 40-7 (h) 20-17 (a) 45-24 (h) 44-37(h) 17-3(n) 38-7(h) 17-14(a) 30-27(h) 37-14(h) 27-23(h) 30-19(h) 27-6(h) 20-16(n) 24-21(h) 56-23(h) 37-6(h) 28-12(h) 35-17(a) 45-28(n) 37-21(h) 41-17(a) 40-35(n) 56-3(h) 44-0(h) 12-7(h) 42-35(h) 31-8(h) 23-20(h) 56-14(h) 17-3(h) 24-15(h) 61-7(h) 41-21(a) 58-20(h) 42-21(h) 27-13(n) 59-13(h) 7-0(h) 50-38(n) 13-6(h) 41-24(h) 38-24(a) 31-14(h) 38-24(h) 21-0(a) 17-15(a) 38-28(a) 23-14(a) 49-24(a) 46-20(h) 33-14(h) 27-17(h) 44-17(h) 38-20(h) 17-10(h) 23-20(h) 31-12(a) 30-21(n) 19-15(a) 20-17(n) 45-44(h) 28-7(h) 17-9 (a) 39-0(h) 28-21(h) 34-16(h) 42-12(n) 44-30(a) 44-36(a) 51-26(a)

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HISTORY

UCLA WINS IN FOURTH-QUARTER / OVERTIME (Bruins scored last points of game to erase a deficit or tie and win by seven points or less or produce a tie game) Year 2017 2017 2015 2014

2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2005

2003 2000 1999 1998

1997 1996 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1986 1985 1984

1983

1982 1980

Oppt. California Texas A&M Colorado BYU Colorado California Texas Memphis Arizona State Arizona State Washington State Oregon State Washington Stanford Tennessee Stanford Washington State Washington California Arizona Arizona Michigan Washington Oregon State Stanford Oregon Texas A&M USC Stanford SMU Oregon State Oregon Illinois BYU Washington Stanford USC San Diego State Washington Arizona Tennessee BYU Miami California Washington State Washington California Arizona State Arizona USC

Site Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Boulder, Colo. Berkeley, Calif. Arlington, Texas Rose Bowl Tempe, Ariz. Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Stanford, Calif. Pullman, Wash. Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Tucson, Ariz. Tucson, Ariz. Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Corvallis, Ore. Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Cotton Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Corvallis, Ore. Eugene, Ore. Sun Bowl Rose Bowl Seattle, Wash. Rose Bowl LA Coliseum San Diego, Calif. Seattle, Wash. Rose Bowl Knoxville, Tenn. Provo, Utah Fiesta Bowl Berkeley, Calif. Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl LA Coliseum

Score 30-27 45-44 35-31 24-23 40-37 36-34 20-17 42-35 45-43 29-28 28-25 17-14 24-23 23-20 27-24 30-27 44-41 21-17 23-20 24-21 27-24 23-20 23-20 41-34 28-24 41-38 29-23 48-41 31-30 17-10 20-17 9-6 6-3 27-23 25-22 32-31 10-10 28-25 24-17 32-25 26-26 27-24 39-37 17-14 27-24 27-24 20-16 26-26 24-24 20-17

Decisive Play Time Left JJ Molson 37-yard field goal 0:04 Josh Rosen 10-yd pass to Jordan Lasley 0:43 SoSo Jamabo 2-yd run 8:28 Nate Starks 3-yd run 3:21 Brett Hundley 8-yd run 2nd OT Ka'imi Fairbairn 26 yd field goal 3:04 Jordan Payton 33-yd pass from Jerry Neuheisel 3:00 Thomas Duarte 33-yd pass from Brett Hundley 10:52 Ka'imi Fairbairn 33-yd FG 0:00 Derrick Coleman 1-yd run 0:49 Shaq Evans 7-yd pass from Kevin Prince 3:26 Kai Forbath 51-yd FG 0:00 Kai Forbath 27-yd FG 14:53 Cory Harkey 7-yd pass from Kevin Craft 0:10 Kai Forbath 42-yd FG 1st OT Robert Breazell 23-yd pass from Drew Olson 1st OT Maurice Jones-Drew 1-yd run 1st OT Maurice Jones-Drew 1-yd run 1:08 Justin Medlock 41-yd FG 1st OT Rodney Leisle 55-yd int. return 13:41 Cory Paus 13-yd run 0:48 Ed Ieremia-Stansbury 2-yd pass from Ryan McCann 6:30 Chris Griffith 22-yd FG 1st OT Brad Melsby 61-yd pass from Cade McNown 0:21 DeShaun Foster 8-yd run 8:05 Chris Sailer 24-yd FG 1st OT Ryan Neufeld 5-yd run. Cade McNown run for 2 pt. 7:05 Skip Hicks 25-yd run 2nd OT Skip Hicks 7-yd run. J.J. Stokes pass from Wayne Cook for 2 pt. 3:05 Sharmon Shah 9-yd run 12:17 Bjorn Merten 35-yd FG 8:57 Louis Perez 40-yd FG 0:00 Louis Perez 19-yd FG 12:55 Kevin Williams 1-yd run 14:14 Brad Daluiso 43-yd FG 0:10 Brad Daluiso 21-yd FG 0:01 Alfredo Velasco 49-yd FG 13:43 Bret Johnson 1-yd run 2:39 Reggie Moore 48-yd pass from Troy Aikman 1:22 Gaston Green 32-yd run. W. Anderson pass fr. M. Stevens for 2 pt. 0:41 Willie Anderson 25-yd pass from David Norrie. G. Green run for 2 pt. 0:37 Gaston Green 2-yd run 1:02 John Lee 22-yd FG 0:51 John Lee 18-yd FG 2:58 John Lee 47-yd FG 0:00 Frank Cephous 5-yd run 1:55 Frank Cephous 8-yd run 2:12 Mike Young 19-yd pass from R. Neuheisel. Kevin Nelson run for 2 pt 1:36 John Lee 36-yd FG 0:02 Freeman McNeil 58-yd pass from Jay Schroeder 2:07

Note: Above is a list of games, since 1980, in which UCLA scored the last points of the game sometime in the fourth quarter or OT to erase a deficit or tie and win or tie a game. Games must have been decided by seven points or less to make this list

RECORD IN OVERTIME Overall Record in Overtime: 8-2; Home: 5-0; Away:3-2; Neutral: 0-0 2016 - UCLA 24, at Texas A&M 31 1ot on Sept. 3, 2016 UCLA needed two fourth-quarter touchdowns to get back into the game, the second coming on a 62-yard pass from Josh Rosen to Kenneth Walker III which pulled the Bruins within two with just over two minutes to play. Rosen then hit Austin Roberts for the two-point conversion to even the score. Texas A&M took the lead in overtime on a one-yard scoring run on a fourth-and-goal play. UCLA then failed to answer. 2014- UCLA 40, at Colorado 37 2ot on Oct. 25, 2014 Colorado scored 17 straight points in the fourth quarter and tied the game on a 35-yard field goal with 36 seconds to play. The Buffs hit a field goal on the initial possession of overtime. Brett Hundley ran eight yards for winning score on UCLA's possession. 2008 - UCLA 27, Tennessee 24 1ot on Sept. 1, 2008 Tennessee evened the score on a 47-yard field goal as time expired. The Bruins went ahead on a Kai Forbath 42-yard field goal on the first possession of overtime. UT missed a potential tying field goal on its extra possession. 2005 - UCLA 30 at Stanford 27 1ot on Oct. 29, 2005 The Bruins rallied from a 3-24 deficit with 8:26 remaining in the fourth quarter to tie the score with 46 seconds remaining on a Maurice Jones-Drew one-yard run. Stanford hit a 42-yard field goal to start overtime period. Drew Olson then connected with Robert Breazell on a 23-yard pass play for the winning score. 2005 - UCLA 44 at Wash. State 41 1ot on Oct. 15, 2005 The Bruins rallied from early 0-21 deficit and then came back from a 21-38 deficit heading into the fourth quarter to tie the score on a nine-yard pass from Drew Olson to Marcus Everett with 0:44 remaining. WSU made field goal on first possession of OT. Maurice Jones-Drew ran it in from 1-yard out for the win. 2003 - UCLA 23, Cal 20 1ot on Oct. 18, 2003 Cal tied the game on an Aaron Rodgers touchdown pass with 11 seconds remaining and added a two-point conversion. Justin Medlock converted a 41-yard field goal on initial possession of OT. Cal's 50-yard field goal attempt to tie bounced off the upright. 2000 - UCLA 38 at Cal 46 3ot on Oct. 14, 2000 UCLA used fourth quarter scoring passes from Cory Paus to Akil Harris and Freddie Mitchell to tie the score. Cal recorded a touchdown on first possession of overtime. Paus tied it up on a 1-yard sneak, after UCLA converted twice on fourth-down plays. UCLA's second possession resulted in Chris Griffith's 36-yard field goal which handed the Bruins their first lead of the day. A Cal field goal tied it up. Joe Igber's three-yard run and a pass for a two-point conversion put Cal up by eight. The game ended when Cal intercepted a Paus pass in the end zone. 1999 - UCLA 23, Washington 20 1ot on Nov. 13, 1999 Washington made a 56-yard field goal with 2:32 remaining to tie the game. On the first overtime possession, UW's Marques Tuiasosopo's pass was intercepted by Joey Strycula. Chris Griffith's 22-yard field goal won it for UCLA. 1998 - UCLA 41, Oregon 38 1ot on Oct. 17, 1998 Oregon scored on a short pass play with 22 seconds remaining in regulation to tie the score. Two sacks by Brendon Ayanbadejo pushed UO out of field goal range and the Bruins stopped the Ducks on an interception by Ryan Roques in OT. Chris Sailer, who had missed a 21-yard field goal attempt as time expired in regulation, connected on a 24-yard field goal to end the game. 1996 - UCLA 48, USC 41 2ot on Nov. 23, 1996 The only overtime game in the rivalry series was a wild one with UCLA down 17-0 after the first quarter, 24-7 at half and 38-24 late in the fourth quarter. The Bruins managed to score twice in the last three minutes of regulation to even the score at 38. Keith Brown ran 1-yard for a score with 2:39 to play and then Skips Hicks darted 11-yards for the tying score with 39 seconds to play. Travis Kirschke blocked a 39-yard field goal attempt by USC as time expired to send the game to overtime. Both teams exchanged field goals in the first OT period. Hicks then raced 25 yards on the first play of the second overtime for UCLA's first lead in the game and what would be the winning points. Anthony Cobbs' interception in the end zone terminated USC's second overtime possession and ended the game.

QB Jerry Neuheisel celebrates after 2014 win over Texas.

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COMEBACK WINS Largest Comeback Win

Largest Comeback Win vs. USC

Sept. 3, 2017 • UCLA 45, Texas A&M 44

Nov. 23, 1996 • UCLA 48, USC 41

34-point deficit in third quarter

17-point deficit in the fourth quarter

Texas A&M 17 21 6 0 UCLA 3 7 7 28 Attn.: 64,635 / Weather: Partly Cloudy (88º)

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44 45

Quarterback Josh Rosen faked to spike the ball and stop the clock and instead threw a 10-yard touchdown pass to Jordan Lasley with 43 seconds remaining and UCLA overcame a 34-point second-half deficit to stun Texas A&M 45-44 in the first Sunday college football game played in the Rose Bowl. Rosen was 35 of 59 for 491 yards on the night and tossed four fourth-quarter touchdowns. He threw for 292 yards and the four scoring passes all in the last 15 minutes to overcome a 27-point fourth-quarter deficit. UCLA scored touchdowns on five straight possessions after trailing 44-10 with 4:08 to play in the third quarter. Rosen threw scoring passes of 9 and 42 yards to Darren Andrews before finding Theo Howard for a 16-yard score on a broken play with 3:08 remaining. UCLA got the ball back with 2:39 to go and drove 66 yards in 10 plays, including an 11-yard throw and catch to tight end Caleb Wilson. Rosen capped off the amazing comeback with a fade to the far corner of the end zone after faking the spike. JJ Molson kicked the winning extra point. Wilson had a school-record 15 receptions for 208 yards, and Andrews had 12 catches for 142 yards. Rosen's 491 passing effort was the third-highest in school history.

USC 10 14 7 7 UCLA 0 7 14 17 Attn.: 80,644 Weather: Light Fog (74°)

3 3

0 7

41 48

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 Bowl Game Comeback Win Dec. 30, 2005 • UCLA 50, Northwestern 38

Largest UCLA Come-From-Behind Victories (Since 1957)

22-point deficit in the first quarter Northwestern UCLA Attn.: 50,426

22 0 3 7 22 7 Weather: Clear (56º)

13 14

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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.

Deficit 34 22 21 21 21 21 20 18 17 17

Year 2017 2005 2005 2005 2000 1982 1979 1986 2004 1996

Opponent Texas A&M Northwestern (Sun Bowl) at Stanford at Washington State Arizona State at Michigan California Arizona at Washington USC

Trailed / Qtr. 10-44/ Third 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

Won 45-44 50-38 30-27ot 44-41ot 38-31 31-27 28-27 32-25 37-31 48-41

Largest Opponent Come-From-Behind Wins (Since 1957) Deficit 21 21 21 19 17 17

Year 1996 1989 1988 1970 1998 1995

Opponent Arizona State Washington Washington State Oregon at Miami at Arizona State

Trailed / Qtr. 7-28 / Second 0-21 / Second 6-27 / Third 21-40 / Fourth 21-38 / Third 10-27 / Third

Won 42-34 28-27 34-30 41-40 49-45 37-33

GAMES FEATURING TOP 10-RANKED UCLA TEAMS VS. TOP 10-RANKED OPPT. Date Oct. 13, 2001 Jan. 1, 1999 Oct. 10, 1998 Jan. 2, 1989 Nov. 19, 1988 Sept. 10, 1988 Sept. 12, 1987 Sept. 6, 1986 Sept. 22, 1984 Nov. 6, 1982 Nov. 20, 1976 Oct. 2, 1976 Nov. 24, 1973 Sept. 8, 1973 Nov. 22, 1969

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

UCLA (rank)score UCLA (#7) 35 UCLA (#6) 31 UCLA (#3) 52 UCLA (#9) 17 UCLA (#6) 22 UCLA (#5) 41 UCLA (#3) 33 UCLA (#4) 3 UCLA (#8) 3 UCLA (#9) 7 UCLA (#2) 14 UCLA (#4) 10 UCLA (#8) 13 UCLA (#10) 13 UCLA (#6) 12

(rank) Oppt. score (#10) Washington 13 (#9) Wisconsin 38 (#10) Arizona 28 (#8) Arkansas 3 (#2) USC 31 (#2) Nebraska 28 (#2) Nebraska 42 (#1) Oklahoma 38 (#1) Nebraska 42 (#10) Washington 10 (#3) USC 24 (#8) Ohio State 10 (#9) USC 23 (#4) Nebraska 40 (#5) USC 14

Site Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Tucson, Ariz. Dallas, Texas LA Coliseum Rose Bowl Lincoln, Neb. Norman, Okla. Lincoln, Neb. Seattle, Wash. LA Coliseum Columbus, Ohio LA Coliseum Lincoln, Neb. LA Coliseum

Date Nov. 18, 1967 Sept. 16, 1967 Nov. 19, 1966 Jan. 1, 1966 Dec. 4, 1965 Nov. 20, 1965 Sept. 24, 1955 Nov. 20, 1954 Oct. 1, 1954 Jan. 1, 1954 Nov. 21, 1953 Nov. 22, 1952 Oct. 25, 1952 Nov. 23, 1946 Dec. 9, 1939

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UCLA (rank)score UCLA (#1) 20 UCLA (#8) 20 UCLA (#8) 14 UCLA (#5) 14 UCLA (#5) 34 UCLA (#7) 20 UCLA (#1) 0 UCLA (#2) 34 UCLA (#4) 12 UCLA (#5) 20 UCLA (#5) 13 UCLA (#3) 12 UCLA (#8) 20 UCLA (#4) 13 UCLA (#9) 0

(rank) Oppt. score (#4) USC 21 (#9) Tennessee 16 (#7) USC 7 (#1) Michigan State 12 (#7) Tennessee 37 (#6) USC 16 (#5) Maryland 7 (#7) USC 0 (#6) Maryland 7 (#8) Michigan State 28 (#9) USC 0 (#4) USC 14 (#10) Wisconsin 7 (#10) USC 6 (#3) USC 0

Site LA Coliseum LA Coliseum LA Coliseum Rose Bowl Knoxville, Tenn. LA Coliseum College Park, Md. LA Coliseum LA Coliseum Rose Bowl LA Coliseum LA Coliseum Madison, Wisc. LA Coliseum LA Coliseum


HISTORY

BRUIN WINS OVER TOP-25 RANKED OPPONENTS (AP poll) Date Nov. 21, 2015 Oct. 22, 2015 Sept. 26, 2015 Sept. 19, 2015 Jan. 2, 2015 Nov. 22, 2014 Nov. 1, 2014 Sept. 25, 2014 Nov. 30, 2013 Sept. 14, 2013 Nov. 17, 2012 Nov. 3, 2012 Sept. 8, 2012 Nov. 5, 2011 Sept. 25, 2010 Sept. 18, 2010 Sept. 1, 2008 Nov. 24, 2007 Oct. 20, 2007 Dec. 2, 2006 Oct. 8, 2005 Sept. 17, 2005 Oct. 4, 2003 Sept. 7, 2002 Oct. 13, 2001 Sept. 29, 2001 Sept. 22, 2001 Sept. 1, 2001 Oct. 28, 2000 Sept. 16, 2000 Sept. 2, 2000 Nov. 13, 1999 Oct. 17, 1998 Oct. 10, 1998 Sept. 12, 1998 Jan. 1, 1998 Nov. 15, 1997 Sept. 13, 1997 Nov. 18, 1995 Oct. 21, 1995 Sept. 2, 1995 Nov. 19, 1994 Sept. 3, 1994 Nov. 20, 1993 Oct. 30, 1993 Oct. 16, 1993 Oct. 9, 1993 Sept. 25, 1993 Nov. 21, 1992 Sept. 26, 1992 Sept. 7, 1991 Nov. 11, 1990 Jan. 2, 1989 Oct. 1, 1988 Sept. 10, 1988 Oct. 17, 1987 Nov. 22, 1986 Oct. 11, 1986 Jan. 1, 1986 Sept. 7, 1985 Jan. 1, 1985 Nov. 17, 1984 Jan. 2, 1984 Oct. 29, 1983 Jan. 1, 1983 Nov. 20, 1982 Sept. 25, 1982 Nov. 14, 1981 Nov. 7, 1981 Sept. 19, 1981 Nov. 22, 1980 Oct. 11, 1980 Oct. 4, 1980 Sept. 15, 1979 Oct. 7, 1978 Sept. 9, 1978 Oct. 22, 1977 Sept. 9, 1976 Jan. 1, 1976 Sept. 20, 1975

UCLA (rank)score (NR) 17 (NR) 40 (#9) 56 (#10) 24 (#14) 40 (#11) 38 (#25) 17 (#11) 62 (#22) 35 (#16) 41 (#17) 38 (#25) 66 (NR) 36 (NR) 29 (NR) 34 (NR) 31 (NR) 27 (NR) 16 (NR) 30 (NR) 13 (#20) 47 (NR) 41 (NR) 46 (NR) 30 (#7) 35 (#12) 38 (#14) 13 (#15) 20 (NR) 27 (#14) 23 (NR) 35 (NR) 23 (#2) 41 (#3) 52 (#6) 49 (#5) 29 (#9) 52 (NR) 66 (NR) 24 (NR) 42 (#15) 31 (NR) 31 (#14) 25 (#16) 27 (#15) 37 (#22) 39 (#25) 68 (NR) 28 (NR) 38 (#11) 35 (#23) 27 (NR) 25 (#9) 17 (#2) 24 (#5) 41 (#9) 41 (#18) 45 (NR) 32 (#13) 45 (#20) 27 (#14) 39 (NR) 29 (NR) 45 (NR) 27 (#5) 24 (#11) 20 (#12) 31 (#18) 34 (NR) 31 (#9) 31 (#18) 20 (#5) 35 (#11) 17 (NR) 31 (#16) 27 (#12) 10 (NR) 21 (#17) 28 (#11) 23 (#12) 34

Oppt. (rank)score at Utah (#18) 9 California (#20) 24 at Arizona (#16) 30 BYU (#19) 23 Kansas St. (#11) 35 USC (#24) 20 Arizona (#14) 7 at Arizona St. (#15) 27 at USC (#23) 14 at Nebraska (#23) 21 USC (#21) 28 Arizona (#24) 10 Nebraska (#17) 30 Arizona State (#20) 28 at Texas (#7) 12 Houston (#23) 13 Tennessee (#18) 24 ot Oregon (#9) 0 California (#10) 21 USC (#2) 9 California (#10) 40 Oklahoma (#21) 24 Washington (#18) 16 Colorado State (#19) 19 Washington (#10) 13 at Oregon State (#19) 7 Ohio State (#21) 6 at Alabama (#25) 17 at Arizona (#24) 24 Michigan (#3) 20 Alabama (#3) 24 Washington (#23) 20 ot Oregon (#11) 38 ot at Arizona (#10) 28 Texas (#23) 31 Texas A&M (#19) 23 Washington (#13) 28 at Texas (#11) 3 at USC (#11) 20 at Stanford (#23) 28 Miami (#12) 8 USC (#13) 19 Tennessee (#13) 23 at USC (#22) 21 Arizona (#7) 17 Washington (#12) 25 BYU (#19) 14 at Stanford (#17) 25 USC (#15) 37 San Diego St. (#21) 7 BYU (#25) 23 at Washington (#2) 22 Arkansas (#8) 3 at Washington (#16) 17 Nebraska (#2) 28 Oregon (#16) 10 USC (#10) 25 Arizona (#11) 25 Iowa (#4) 28 at BYU (#8) 24 Miami (#13) 37 USC (#7) 10 Illinois (#4) 9 Washington (#11) 24 Michigan (#19) 14 USC (#15) 19 at Michigan (#20) 27 Arizona State (#9) 24 Washington (#16) 0 at Wisconsin (#20) 13 USC (#12) 17 Stanford (#16) 21 at Ohio State (#2) 0 Purdue (#5) 21 Stanford (#17) 26 at Washington (#11) 7 California (#15) 19 at Arizona State (#3) 10 Ohio State (#1) 10 Tennessee (#10) 28

Site Salt Lake City, Utah Rose Bowl Tucson, Ariz. Rose Bowl San Antonio, Texas Alamo Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Tempe, Ariz. L.A. Coliseum Lincoln, Neb. Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Austin, Texas Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Corvallis, Ore. Rose Bowl Tuscaloosa, Ala. Tucson, Ariz. Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Tucson, Ariz. Rose Bowl Dallas, Texas Cotton Bowl Game Rose Bowl Austin, Texas L.A. Coliseum Palo Alto, Calif. Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Palo Alto, Calif. Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Seattle, Wash. Dallas, Texas Cotton Bowl Game Seattle, Wash. Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Game Provo, Utah Tempe, Ariz. Fiesta Bowl Game Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Game Rose Bowl Rose Bowl Game Rose Bowl Ann Arbor, Mich. L.A. Coliseum LA Coliseum Madison, Wisc. L.A. Coliseum L.A. Coliseum Columbus, Ohio L.A. Coliseum L.A. Coliseum Seattle, Wash. L.A. Coliseum Tempe, Ariz. Rose Bowl Game L.A. Coliseum

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RB DeShaun Foster, 1998-2001

QB Cade McNown, 1995-98

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HISTORY

BRUIN WINS OVER TOP-25 RANKED OPPONENTS, Cont. (AP poll) Date Oct. 26, 1974 Sept. 9, 1972 Sept. 16, 1967 Nov. 19, 1966 Jan. 1, 1966 Nov. 20, 1965 Oct. 6, 1962 Dec. 3, 1960 Sept. 17, 1960 Nov. 21, 1959 Oct. 19, 1957 Nov. 3, 1956 Nov. 20, 1954 Oct. 1, 1954 Nov. 21, 1953 Nov. 1, 1952 Oct. 25, 1952 Oct. 18, 1952 Sept. 27, 1952 Nov. 24, 1951 Nov. 3, 1951 Oct. 21, 1950 Nov. 23, 1946 Oct. 12, 1946 Nov. 17, 1945 Oct. 24, 1942 Oct. 25, 1941

UCLA (rank)score (NR) 28 (NR) 20 (#8) 20 (#8) 14 (#5) 14 (#7) 20 (NR) 9 (NR) 27 (NR) 8 (NR) 10 (NR) 26 (NR) 14 (#2) 34 (#4) 12 (#5) 13 (#7) 28 (#8) 20 (#10) 24 (#18) 14 (#18) 21 (NR) 21 (NR) 21 (#4) 13 (#5) 26 (NR) 13 (#14) 14 (NR) 14

Oppt. (rank)score at California (#20) 3 Nebraska (#1) 17 Tennessee (#9) 16 USC (#7) 7 Michigan State (#1) 12 USC (#6) 16 Ohio State (#1) 7 Duke (#10) 6 Pittsburgh (#7) 7 at USC (#4) 3 Oregon State (#7) 7 Stanford (#10) 13 USC (#7) 0 Maryland (#6) 7 at USC (#9) 0 at California (#11) 7 at Wisconsin (#10) 7 Stanford (#13) 14 Texas Christian (#9) 0 at USC (#11) 7 California (#9) 7 Stanford (#6) 7 USC (#10) 6 Stanford (#17) 6 St. Mary's (#5) 7 Santa Clara (#9) 6 Oregon (#16) 7

Site Berkeley, Calif. L.A. Coliseum L.A. Coliseum L.A. Coliseum Rose Bowl Game L.A. Coliseum L.A. Coliseum L.A. Coliseum L.A. Coliseum L.A. Coliseum L.A. Coliseum L.A. Coliseum L.A. Coliseum L.A. Coliseum L.A. Coliseum Berkeley, Calif. Madison, Wisc. L.A. Coliseum L.A. Coliseum L.A. Coliseum L.A. Coliseum L.A. Coliseum L.A. Coliseum L.A. Coliseum L.A. Coliseum L.A. Coliseum L.A. Coliseum

Head Coach Dick Vermeil Pepper Rodgers Tommy Prothro Tommy Prothro Tommy Prothro Tommy Prothro Bill Barnes Bill Barnes Bill Barnes Bill Barnes Red Sanders Red Sanders Red Sanders Red Sanders Red Sanders Red Sanders Red Sanders Red Sanders Red Sanders Red Sanders Red Sanders Red Sanders Bert LaBrucherie Bert laBrucherie Bert LaBrucherie Edwin Horrell Edwin Horrell

NOTES *Most Bruin Wins Over Top-25 Teams in a Season: 5 - 1993; 4 - 2015, 2014, 2001, 1952 *Most Bruin Top 10 Wins in a Season: 2 - 2007, 2000, 1988, 1985, 1975, 1965, 1960, 1952 *Most Consecutive Week Wins Over Top-25 Teams: 3 - 1952 over Stanford (Oct. 18), at Wisconsin (Oct. 25), at Cal (Nov. 1) *Win Over Highest Ranked Opponent at Home: In Rose Bowl - 2006 vs. No. 2 USC (13-9); 1988 vs. No. 2 Nebraska (41-28) In L.A. Coliseum - 1972 vs. No. 1 Nebraska (20-17); 1962 vs. No. 1 Ohio State (9-7) In Rose Bowl Game - 1976 Game vs. No. 1 Ohio State (23-10); 1966 Game vs. No. 1 Michigan State (14-12) *Win Over Highest Ranked Opponent on Road: 1990 at No. 2 Washington (25-22); 1980 at No. 2 Ohio State (17-0) *Largest Margin of Victory Over Top-5 Ranked Opponent: +36 over No. 4 Illinois in 1984 Rose Bowl Game (45-9)

Wins Vs. Top-5 Ranked Opponents Dec. 2, 2006: UCLA 13, No. 2 USC 9 - Rose Bowl Sept. 16, 2000: UCLA 23, No. 3 Michigan 20 - Rose Bowl Sept. 2, 2000: UCLA 35, No. 3 Alabama 24 - Rose Bowl Nov. 11, 1990: UCLA 25, No. 2 Washington 22 - Seattle, Wash. Sept. 10, 1988: UCLA 41, No. 2 Nebraska 28 - Rose Bowl Jan. 1, 1986: UCLA 45, No. 4 Iowa 28 - Rose Bowl Game Jan. 2, 1984: UCLA 45, No. 4 Illinois 9 - Rose Bowl Game Oct. 4, 1980: UCLA 17, No. 2 Ohio State 0 - Columbus, Ohio Sept. 15, 1979: UCLA 31, No. 5 Purdue 21 - L.A. Coliseum Sept. 9, 1976: UCLA 28, No. 3 Arizona St. 10 - Tempe, Ariz. Jan. 1, 1976: UCLA 23, No. 1 Ohio State 10 - Rose Bowl Game Sept. 9, 1972: UCLA 20, No. 1 Nebraska 17 - L.A. Coliseum Jan. 1, 1966: UCLA 14, No. 1 Michigan State 12 - Rose Bowl Game Oct. 6, 1962: UCLA 9, No. 1 Ohio State 7 - L.A. Coliseum Nov. 21, 1959: UCLA 10, No. 4 USC 3 - L.A. Coliseum Nov. 17, 1945: UCLA 13, No. 5 St. Mary's 7 - L.A. Coliseum

UCLA's BCS POLL HISTORY 1998 Oct. 26 - 1st Nov. 2 - 3rd Nov. 9 - 2nd Nov. 16 - 2nd Nov. 23 - 2nd Nov. 30 - 2nd Final - 5th

2001 Oct. 22 - 3rd Oct. 29 - 9th

2003 Oct. 27 - 25th

2005 Sept. 25 - 18th Oct. 2 - 16th Oct. 9 - 11th Oct. 16 - 8th Oct. 23 7th Oct. 30 - 6th Nov. 6 - 4th Nov. 13 - 12th Nov. 20 - 11th Nov. 27 - 11th Final - 18th

2006 Final - 25th

2012 Nov. 4 - 18th Nov. 17 - 11th Nov. 18 - 17th Nov. 25 - 16th Final - 17th

2013 Oct. 20 - 12th Oct. 27 - 20th Nov. 3 - 19th Nov. 10 - 13th Nov. 17 - 14th Nov. 24 - 22nd Dec. 1 - 18th Final - 17th

2014 Oct. 28 - 22nd Nov. 4 - 18th Nov. 11 - 11th Nov. 18 - 9th Nov. 25 - 8th Dec. 2 - 15th Final - 14th

UCLA's CFP POLL HISTORY 2015 Nov. 3 - 23rd Nov. 10 - 19th Nov. 17 - nr Nov. 24 - 22nd Dec. 1 - nr Final - nr

The 1954 UCLA Bruins in action

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YEARLY COACHING RECORDS Coach Jedd Fisch Jim Mora Mike Johnson Rick Neuheisel DeWayne Walker Karl Dorrell Ed Kezirian Bob Toledo Terry Donahue Dick Vermeil Pepper Rodgers Tommy Prothro Bill Barnes George Dickerson Henry ‘Red’ Sanders Bert LaBrucherie Edwin Horrell William Spaulding James Cline Harry Trotter Fred Cozens Totals

Years 2017 2012-16 2011 2008-10 2007 2003-07 2002 1996-02 1976-95 1974-75 1971-73 1965-70 1958-64 1958 1949-57 1945-48 1939-44 1925-38 1923-24 1920-22 1919

Seasons Interim 6 Interim 4 Interim 5 Interim 7 20 2 3 6 7 9 4 6 14 2 3 1 99

LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIPS Year 1998 1997 (tie) 1993 (tie) 1987 (tie) 1985 1983 1982 1975 (tie) 1965 1961 1959 (tie) 1955 1954 1953 1946 1942 1935 (tie)

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

Won 1 46 0 21 0 35 1 49 151 15 19 41 31 1 66 23 24 72 2 2 2 602

Lost 1 30 1 29 1 27 0 32 74 5 12 18 34 2 19 16 31 51 10 13 6 412

Tied 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 3 1 3 3 0 1 0 6 8 3 1 0 37

Pct .500 .605 .000 .420 .000 .565 1.000 .605 .665 .717 .609 .686 .463 .333 .773 .590 .443 .573 .233 .156 .250 .591

PAC-12 SOUTH DIV. CHAMPS

Bowl Result Rose Bowl (L) Cotton Bowl (W) Rose Bowl (L) Aloha Bowl (W) Rose Bowl (W) Rose Bowl (W) Rose Bowl (W) Rose Bowl (W) Rose Bowl (W) Rose Bowl (L) None Rose Bowl (L) None Rose Bowl (L) Rose Bowl (L) Rose Bowl (L) None

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

League Champ. Game Year Record Record Result Head Coach 2012 9-5 6-3 24-27 @Stanford(L) Jim Mora 2011 6-8 5-4 31-49 @Oregon(L) Rick Neuheisel

Years 2017 2012-16 2011 2009 2007 2003-06

No. 1 4 1 1 1 4

Record 0-1-0 2-2-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 1-3-0

Ed Kezirian (interim) Bob Toledo Terry Donahue

2002 1996-02 1976-95

1 3 13

1-0-0 1-2-0 8-4-1

Dick Vermeil Tommy Prothro Bill Barnes Red Sanders Bert LaBrucherie Edwin C. Horrell Totals

1974-75 1965-70 1958-64 1949-57 1945-48 1939-44

1 1 1 2 1 1 36

1-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 0-2-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 16-19-1

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

UCLA (rank)score UCLA 13 UCLA (#11) 19 UCLA 24 UCLA 24 UCLA (#4) 3 UCLA (#8) 3 UCLA 10 UCLA (#11) 23 UCLA (#14) 7 UCLA 20 UCLA 16 UCLA (#5) 14 UCLA 3 UCLA 9 UCLA (#17) 8

Record 9-0-0

Coach Sanders

AP/Coaches* 2/1

Record 6-0-4

Coach Horrell

AP/Coaches* 7/-

Record 10-3-0 10-3-0 10-2-0 10-2-0 10-2-0 10-2-0 10-2-0 10-1-1 10-1-0

Coach AP/Coaches* Mora 10/10 Mora 16/16 Dorrell 16/13 Toledo 8/8 Toledo 5/5 Donahue 6/6 Donahue 9/11 Donahue 5/5 La Brucherie 4/-

UNBEATEN Year 1939

10 WINS Year 2014 2013 2005 1998 1997 1988 1987 1982 1946

NINE WINS Year 2012 1991 1985 1984 1980 1976 1975 1973 1966 1955 1954

Record 9-5-0 9-3-0 9-2-1 9-3-0 9-2-0 9-2-1 9-2-1 9-2-0 9-1-0 9-2-0 9-0-0

Coach Mora Donahue Donahue Donahue Donahue Donahue Vermeil Rodgers Prothro Sanders Sanders

AP/Coaches* -/19/18 7/6 9/10 13/14 15/15 5/5 12/9 5/5 4/4 2/1

Record 10-1-1 8-1-1 9-1-0 8-1-0 10-1-0

Coach AP/Coaches* Donahue 5/5 Prothro 13/10 Prothro 5/5 Sanders 6/6 La Brucherie 4/-

TWO LOSSES Year 2005 1998 1997 1988 1987 1985 1980 1976 1975 1973 1967 1965 1960 1957 1955 1953 1935 1927

Appearances '17 Cactus Bowl '15 Foster Farms, '15 Alamo, '13 Sun, ’12 Holiday Bowl ’11 Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl ’09 EagleBank ’07 Las Vegas ’03 Silicon Valley, ’04 Las Vegas, ’05 Sun Bowl, ’06 Emerald Bowl ’02 Las Vegas ’98 Cotton, ’99 Rose, ’00 Sun ’76 Liberty, ’78 Fiesta, ’81 Bluebonnet, ’83 Rose, ’84 Rose, ’85 Fiesta, ’86 Rose, ’86 Freedom, ’87 Aloha, ’89 Cotton, ’91 Sun, ’94 Rose, ’95 Aloha ’76 Rose Bowl ’66 Rose Bowl ’62 Rose Bowl ’54 Rose Bowl, ’56 Rose Bowl ’47 Rose Bowl ’43 Rose Bowl

Oppt. (rank)score Oregon (#1) 60 USC (#1) 66 USC (#1) 29 Oklahoma (#1) 59 Oklahoma (#1) 38 Nebraska (#1) 42 Nebraska (#1) 42 Ohio State (#1) 10 USC (#1) 24 Nebraska (#1) 17 USC (#1) 28 Michigan State (#1) 12 USC (#1) 14 Ohio State (#1) 7 Syracuse (#1) 36

Year 1954

Year 1982 1969 1966 1952 1946

UCLA VS. NO. 1 RANKED AP TEAMS Date Oct. 21, 2010 Dec. 3, 2005 Dec. 4, 2004 Sept. 20, 2003 Sept. 6, 1986 Sept. 22, 1984 Sept. 24, 1983 Jan. 1, 1976 Nov. 18, 1972 Sept. 9, 1972 Nov. 23, 1968 Jan. 1, 1966 Nov. 24, 1962 Oct. 6, 1962 Dec. 5, 1959

UNBEATEN/UNTIED

ONE LOSS

BOWL GAME APPEARANCES BY HEAD COACH Name Jedd Fisch (interim) Jim Mora Mike Johnson (interim) Rick Neuheisel DeWayne Walker (interim) Karl Dorrell

SUPER SEASONS

Record 10-2-0 10-2-0 10-2-0 10-2-0 10-2-0 9-2-1 9-2-0 9-2-1 9-2-1 9-2-0 7-2-1 8--2-1 7-2-1 8-2-0 9-2-0 8-2-0 8-2-0 6-2-1

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 -/-/-

*Final polls

UCLA AS NO. 1 RANKED TEAM IN AP POLL Site at Eugene, Or at L.A. Coliseum at Rose Bowl at Norman, OK at Norman, OK at Rose Bowl at Lincoln, NE Rose Bowl game at L.A. Coliseum at L.A. Coliseum at L.A. Coliseum Rose Bowl game at L.A. Coliseum at L.A. Coliseum at L.A. Coliseum

Date Oct. 29, 1988 Oct. 22, 1988 Nov. 18, 1967 Sept. 24, 1955 Sept. 16, 1955 Nov. 6, 1954

98

W/L L W L L W W

UCLA (rank)score UCLA (#1) 30 UCLA (#1) 24 UCLA (#1) 20 UCLA (#1) 0 UCLA (#1) 21 UCLA (#1) 41

Oppt. (rank)score Washington State 34 Arizona 3 USC (#4) 21 Maryland (#5) 7 Texas A&M 0 Oregon 0

Site at Rose Bowl at Tucson, AZ at L.A. Coliseum at College Park, MD at L.A. Coliseum at L.A. Coliseum


HISTORY

BRUIN CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS

1982

1998

Overall Record: 10-1-1 Pac-10 Conference Record: 5-1-1 AP Final Rank: 5; Coach: Terry Donahue

Overall Record: 10-2-0 Pac-10 Conference Record: 8-0 AP Final Rank: 8; Coach: Bob Toledo

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 earned the Bruins a return trip 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).

The Bruins opened the year with 10 wins in a row to extend the school record win streak to 20, including an eighth straight victory over USC. UCLA climbed as high as No. 2 in the polls and became just the fourth team in Pac-10 history to post a perfect 8-0 league mark. Kris Farris won the Outland Trophy. Cade McNown set single season records for passing yards and total offense (since broken).

1997 Overall Record: 10-2-0 Pac-10 Conference Record: 7-1 AP Final Rank: 5; Coach: Bob Toledo

1975 Overall Record: 9-2-1 Pac-8 Conference Record: 6-1 AP Final Rank: 5; Coach: Dick Vermeil

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.

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.

1993 Overall Record: 8-4-0 Pac-10 Conference Record: 6-2 AP Final Rank: 18; Coach: Terry Donahue

1965

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.

Overall Record: 8-2-1 AAWU Record: 4-0 AP Final 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 victory. 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.

1987 Overall Record: 10-2-0 Pac-10 Conference Record: 7-1 AP Final 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 captured a sixth straight bowl game victory with a win over Florida and Emmitt Smith in the Aloha Bowl.

1961 Overall Record: 7-4 AAWU Record: 3-1 AP Final Rank: 16; Coach: Bill Barnes

1985

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.

Overall Record: 9-2-1 Pac-10 Conference Record: 6-2 AP Final 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 setback against 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.

1959 Overall Record: 5-4-1 AAWU Record: 3-1 AP Final Rank: n/a; Coach: Bill Barnes The Bruins, behind the play of Billy 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 (AAWU). 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.

1983 Overall Record: 7-4-1 Pac-10 Conference Record: 6-1-1 AP Final Rank: 17; Coach: Terry Donahue After an 0-3-1 start, the Bruins rallied behind quarterback Rick Neuheisel and won seven of their next eight games, earning a trip to the Rose Bowl with a 27-17 victory over USC. The win over USC, combined with Washington State’s victory over Washington, clinched the Bruins' return trip to Pasadena. In UCLA's win over Washington, Neuheisel completed 25 of 27 passes for an NCAArecord .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.

1955

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HISTORY

BRUIN CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS 1946

Overall Record: 9-2 Pacific Coast Conference Record: 6-0 AP Final Rank: 4; Coach: Red Sanders

Overall Record: 10-1 Pacific Coast Conference Record: 7-0 AP Final Rank 4; Coach: Bert LaBrucherie

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 Pacific Coast Conference (PCC) titles.

UCLA recorded its first-ever unbeaten, untied regular season and advanced to the Rose Bowl game for the second time. The Bruins averaged a then school-best total of 60,885 fans during their home games. The team rolled up a school record (at the time) 327 points and was selected for the Rose Bowl game opposite Illinois. Despite an upset loss to the Fighting Illini, the Bruins finished with their highest national ranking to date, fourth by the Associated Press. Ernie Case threw for a then-Rose Bowl record 165 yards in the setback.

1942

1954

Overall Record: 7-4-0 Pacific Coast Conference Record: 6-1 AP Final Rank: 13; Coach: Edwin Horrell

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS • Overall Record: 9-0 Pacific Coast Conference Record: 6-0 AP Final Rank: 2; UPI Rank: 1; Coach: Red Sanders

The 1942 season marked UCLA’s first appearance in the Rose Bowl game. After opening the campaign 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.

The Bruins captured their first National Championship (UPI) and fielded their highest scoring team (40.8 points) 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 top 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 halfback 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 was voted second in the Associated Press poll.

1935 Overall Record: 8-2 Pacific Coast Conference Record: 4-1 Coach: William Spaulding The Bruins opened the 1935 season with an impressive 39-0 shutout over Utah State. A 20-7 win over Oregon State followed, as did two more wins at Stanford, 7-6, and versus Oregon, 33-6. California and SMU then handed the Bruins back-to-back losses. UCLA finished the season with four straight victories in games against 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 Pacific Coast Conference (PCC) in 1928. A third-place finish in 1932 had been its best previous result in the league standings.

1953 Overall Record: 8-2-0 Pacific Coast Conference Record: 6-1 AP Final Rank: 5; Coach: Red Sanders Only a 21-20 loss at Stanford in the fifth game of the year spoiled a perfect UCLA regular season record. 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 Pacific Coast Conference (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.

1954 National Champions

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HISTORY

YEAR-BY-YEAR COACHING RECORDS FRED W. COZENS 1919

Wayne Banning

HARRY TROTTER 1920 1921 1922

Burnett Haralson Eddie Rossell Loran Peak Totals

JAMES CLINE 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

1971 1972 1973

1974 1975

1976 1977 1978 1979 1980

Walter Westcott Cecil Hollingsworth Totals

W

L

T

PF

PA

Pct

2

6

0

52

193

.250

W

L

T

PF

PA

Pct

0 0 2 2

5 5 3 13

0 0 1 1

21 14 83 118

224 214 62 500

.000 .000 .417 .156

W

L

T

PF

PA

Pct

2 0 2

5 5 10

0 3 3

54 40 94

132 109 241

.286 .188 .233

PF

PA

Pct

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

.611 .625 .722 .500 .500 .375 .438 .600 .591 .700 .800 .650 .278 .625 .573

WILLIAM H. SPAULDING

W

L

T

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

5 5 6 4 4 3 3 6 6 7 8 6 2 7 72

3 3 2 4 4 5 4 4 4 3 2 3 6 4 51

1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 8

EDWIN C. HORRELL

W

L

T

PF

PA

Pct

John Frawley, Dale Gilmore Don MacPherson, Ned Mathews Dave Gaston, Ted Forbes Charles Fears Don Paul Don Paul, Bob Waterfield Totals

6 1 5 7 1 4 24

0 9 5 4 8 5 31

4 0 1 0 0 1 6

127 79 128 175 59 189 755

62 174 178 98 199 149 860

.800 .100 .500 .636 .111 .450 .443

BERT LaBRUCHERIE

W

L

T

PF

PA

Pct

Ernie Case Ernie Case, Burr Baldwin Don Paul, Tom Fears Art Steffen and Phil Tinsley Totals

5 10 5 3 23

4 1 4 7 16

0 0 0 0 0

135 327 172 156 790

79 117 80 235 511

.565 .909 .555 .300 .590

PA

Pct

1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995

BOB TOLEDO 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

HENRY R. SANDERS

W

L

T

PF

Leon McLaughlin (Alternate, Ernie Johnson) Bob Watson (Alt., Bruce MacLachian) Hal Mitchell (Alt., Julie Weisstein) Ed Flynn (Alt., Donn Moomaw) Chuck Doud, Rudy Feldman John Peterson (Alt., Jack Ellena) Hardiman Cureton (Alt., Gil Moreno) Don Birren (Alt., Jim Matheny) Jim Dawson (Alt., Joe Harper) Totals

6 6 5 8 8 9 9 7 8 66

3 3 3 1 2 0 2 3 2 19

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

227 196 188 220 224 367 299 148 190 2,059

GEORGE DICKERSON

W

L

T

PF

PA

Pct

1

2

0

24

55

.333

WILLIAM F. BARNES

W

L

T

PF

PA

Pct

(Barnes coached last 7 games) Ray Smith (Alt., Rod Cochron) Harry Baldwin (Alt., Jack Metcalf) Ron Hull (Alt., Almose Thompson) Andy Von Sonn (Alt., Phil Oram) Walt Dathe (Alt., John Walker) Kent Francisco (Alt., Prentice O’Leary) Totals

2 5 7 7 4 2 4 31

4 4 2 4 6 8 6 34

1 1 1 0 0 0 0 3

112 118 169 150 175 84 185 142 118 139 96 219 145 236 1,000 1,088

.350 .550 .750 .636 .400 .200 .400 .463

2011

TOMMY PROTHRO

W

L

T

PA

Pct

2013

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

8 9 7 3 8 6 41

2 1 2 7 1 5 18

1 0 1 0 1 0 3

257 168 281 127 284 161 197 246 329 103 274 240 1,622 1,045

.773 .900 .750 .300 .850 .545 .686

PEPPER RODGERS

W

L

T

PF

PA

Pct

Dave Dalby and Greg Snyder Bruce Walton and Allan Ellis Kermit Johnson, Jimmie Jones, Fred McNeill Totals

2 8 9 19

7 3 2 12

1 0 0 1

166 351 470 987

243 239 199 681

.250 .727 .818 .609

DICK VERMEIL

W

L

T

PF

PA

Pct

Art Keuhn, Gene Settles, Jeff Smith Cliff Frazier, John Sciarra, Jeff Smith Totals

6 9 15

3 2 5

2 1 3

240 349 589

174 243 417

.636 .792 .717

TERRY DONAHUE

W

L

T

PF

PA

Pct

9 7 8 5 9

2 4 3 6 2

1 0 1 0 0

391 269 261 257 306

173 196 172 256 135

.792 .636 .708 .455 .818

Jim Steffen (Alt., Jim Dawson, Don Long)

Jeff Dankworth, Oscar Edwards, Rob Kezirian Game Captains Only Game Captains Only Game Captains Only Game Captains Only

PF

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, Tommy Taylor, Mark Walen, Tony Phillips 9 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 Flanagan, Kevin Jordan, Abdul McCullough 7 Totals 151

188 .667 96 .667 120 .611 55 .889 76 .800 40 1.000 74 .818 122 .700 90 .800 861 .773

2007

2010 2011

2014 2015 2016 2017

197 231 265

.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

L

T

PF

PA

Pct

5

6

0

330

318

.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

W

L

T

PF

PA

1

0

0

27

13 1.000

KARL DORRELL

W

L

T

PF

PA

Pct

Dave Ball, Craig Bragg, Brandon Chillar, Manuel White Jr. Spencer Havner, Manuel White Jr. Game Captains Game Captains Game Captains Totals

6 6 10 7 6 35

7 6 2 6 6 27

0 0 0 0 0 0

248 305 361 309 469 410 299 259 275 273 1,652 1,556

.462 .500 .833 .538 .500 .565

DeWAYNE WALKER (INTERIM)

W

L

T

PF

PA

Pct

0

1

0

16

17

.000

Game Captains

Game Captains Brigham Harwell, Logan Paulsen Terrence Austin, Reggie Carter, Logan Paulsen, Alterraun Verner Kevin Prince, Akeem Ayers, Rahim Moore, Micah Kia Tony Dye, Patrick Larimore, Johnathan Franklin Totals

MIKE JOHNSON (INTERIM) Game Captains Andrew Abbott, David Allen, Jeff Locke, Johnathan Franklin Damien Holmes, Xavier Su'a-Filo Anthony Barr, Jake Brendel, Ryan Hofmeister, Brett Hundley, Eric Kendricks, Xavier Su'a-Filo Jake Brendel Owamagbe Odighizuwa,Eric Kendricks, Brett Hundley, Ryan Hofmeister, Taylor Lagace Jake Brendel, Kenny Clark, Cameron Judge, Taylor Lagace, Fabian Moreau, Paul Perkins Game Captains Game Captains Totals

JEDD FISCH (INTERIM) 2017

302 399 309

ED KEZIRIAN (INTERIM)

JIM MORA 2012

1 1 1

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

RICK NEUHEISEL 2008 2009

4 1 4

Game Captains

Grand Totals Bowl Record

W 602 16

Pct

W

L

T

PF

PA

Pct

4

8

0

212

348

.333

7

6

0

286

276

.538

4 6

8 7

0 0

242 309

364 419

.333 .462

21

29

0

1,049 1,407

.420

W

L

T

PF

PA

Pct

0

1

0

14

20

.000

W

L

T

PF

PA

Pct

9

5

0

482

386

.643

10

3

0

480

301

.769

10

3

0

435

365

.769

8

5

0

419

338

.615

4 5 46

8 6 30

0 0 0

299 330 375 414 2,490 2,234

.333 .455 .605

W

L

T

PF

PA

Pct

1

1

0

47

62

.500

T 37 1

PF PA 23,731 19,330 819 857

Pct .591 .458

L 412 19

*captains listed by year under each head coach

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HISTORY

UCLA FOOTBALL TRADITIONS

Honorary Captain Gary Beban (16) with Logan Paulsen (86), Terrence Austin (4), Reggie Carter (51) and Alterraun Verner (1) “Little Joe” was a Himalayan bear cub from India. However, after a short time he grew too large and was transferred to a circus.

THE VICTORY BELL The winner of the annual USC-UCLA football game is given the Victory Bell. The 295-pound bell originally hung atop a Southern Pacific freight locomotive. It was given to UCLA in 1939 as a gift from the UCLA Alumni Association. For the next two seasons, cheerleaders rang the bell after each Bruin point.

The first “Josephine” arrived in 1961, after a long search to fill “Little Joe Bruin’s” place. She was purchased by the alumni, and was kept in the backyard of the Rally Committee chairman. She also grew too large and was soon moved to the San Diego Zoo.

At the opening game of the 1941 UCLA football season, six members of a USC fraternity mixed in among the Bruin supporters and after the game helped them load the Bell onto a waiting truck which was bound for Westwood. While the Bruin well-wishers were searching for the missing keys to the truck, the Trojan supporters drove off with the bell. The bell remained hidden for more than a year in various locations.

The difficulty in obtaining and caring for live bears eventually led to the appearance of costumed student mascots. In the mid-1960’s several male students were selected to take turns playing the part of Joe Bruin. In 1967, the first female to become a UCLA mascot created the role of Josephine Bruin and joined Joe at athletic events. The various versions of the duo have been a fixture on the UCLA sporting scene ever since that time.

The controversy quieted somewhat until a picture of the bell was featured in a USC publication. This action re-ignited the rivalry, as students from UCLA retaliated by painting the Tommy Trojan statue on the USC campus. Trojan students then acted by burning their school’s initials on several UCLA lawns. Police and school administrators had to be called to help quell the uprisings.

THE ORIGIN OF THE "UCLA BRUIN" Back in 1919 UCLA was known as the “Southern Branch” of the University of California. The UCLA football team, playing its first season, was then known as the “Cubs” owing to their younger relationship to the California Bears in Berkeley.

On Nov. 12, 1942, the bell was wheeled in front of Tommy Trojan and the student body presidents of both institutions signed an agreement stating that thereafter the annual winner of the rivalry football game would keep possession of the bell for the next year. In that first season on the gridiron following the pact, the Bruins, under the direction of coach Edwin Horrell, defeated the Trojans, 14-7, to mark the first-ever Bruin win in the series. Later that season, the Bruin team went on to make its first ever post-season appearance in the 1943 Rose Bowl game.

In 1923, under new coach Jimmie Cline, the football team adopted the name “Grizzlies” instead of Cubs. In 1925, Bill Spaulding came west from the University of Minnesota to help upgrade the football program. In 1928, the Grizzlies joined the Pacific Coast Conference. However, there was a problem with the nickname, since the University of Montana, also a member of the PCC at the time, had prior rights to the nickname “Grizzlies”. UCLA, which had changed its name from the Southern Branch in 1927, became the “Bruins” in 1928 and has been recognized as such ever since.

HONORARY CAPTAINS

FOOTBALL TRADITIONS/FACTS

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.

At every home game, the Bruin players and coaches walk through the fans tailgating in Area H prior to entering the Rose Bowl. UCLA is the only school in the Pac-12 to produce a three-time consensus All-American in football - Jerry Robinson (1976-77-78) and Kenny Easley (1978-79-80).

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.

UCLA is always well-represented in the National Football League. The current group of Bruin pros is led by tight end Marcedes Lewis, Super Bowl champ Matthew Slater and linebacker standouts Anthony Barr and Eric Kendricks. 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 NFL. Easley is the latest Bruin to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame (Class of 2017). Ogden was a member of the 2013 Pro Football Hall of Fame Class and was also the fourth Bruin in a six year stretch to be selected to the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame (Troy Aikman in 2008, Randy Cross in 2010, Ogden in 2012, John Sciarra in 2014). There are 15 Bruins (12 players, three coaches) in the College Hall.

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 months of age during the football season, this first official

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A Abbott, Andrew 2009-10-11-12 Abdellatif, Hazem ’89 Abdul Azziz, Ali ’97-98-99 Abdul-Jabbar, Karim ’92-94-95 Abdul-Salaam, Kusanti ’9394-95-96 Abraham, Brian 2004-05-06-07 Abrams, Leslie ’20 Adams, Bryan ’90-91-93-94 Adams, Chuck ’86 Adams, Ishmael 2013-14-15-16 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 2009-10-11-12 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 Alves, Michael '17 Amundson, Matt 2003 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, Darren 2013,15-17 Andrews, Fred ’52 Andrus, Martin '17 Andrusyshyn, Zenon ’67-68-69 Angle, Robert ’26-27-28 Ankou, Eli 2014-15-16 Anthony, Corwin ’87-88-89-90 Anyanwu, Chinonso 2007-08-09 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 2006-07-08-09 Avery, Tom ’56-57 Ayanbadejo, Brendon ’96-97-98 Ayers, Akeem 2008-09-10 Ayers, Derek ’93-94-95-96 Ayers, Eddie ’73-74-75

B Baaden, Steve ’83 Baca, Jeff 2008-09-11-12 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 2000-01-02-03 Ball, Eric ’85-86-87-88 Ball, Mat 2000-01-02-03 Ball, Russell ’74 Ballard, Bruce ’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

Braunbeck, Dick ’54 Bray, James ’85 Breazell, Brandon 2004-05-06-07 Breeding, Ed ’42-46 Breeland, Oran ’51 Brehaut, Richard 2009-10-11-12 Breiniman, Ansel ’29 Brendel, Jake 2012-13-14-15 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, Jayon 2013-14-15-16 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 2003-04-06-07 Brown, Sam ’53-54-55 Brown, Theotis ’76-77-78 Brown, Trey 2004-05-06-07 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 Bunche, Malcolm 2014 Burd, Sean 2015 Burkley, Laurence ’87-88-89 Burks, Raymond ’73-74-75-76 Burnett, Anthony ’87-88 Burton, Brandon '16-17 Burton, Jake '17 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 Byrge, Zachary 2016

Barber, Pete ’36 Barkate, Harold ’86-87-88 Barnes, John ’92 Barnes, Krys '16-17 Barnes, Bruce ’70-71-72 Barnhill, Gordon ’36 Barocio, Librado 2014 Barr, Anthony 2010-11-12-13 Barr, Robert ’34-35-36 Barrett, Jordan 2011-12-13 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 2005-06 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, Darius 2010, 12-13 Bell, Jason ’96-97-98-00 Bell, Kahlil 2005-06-07-08 Bell, Raymond ’75-76-77 Benenoch, Caleb 2013-14-15 Benjamin, Warner ’52-53-54 Bennett, Brandon 2008-09 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 2007-08 Blanton, Ed 2002-03-04-05 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 2006-07-08-09 Bosworth, Kyle 2005-06-07-09 Bowens, Isaiah 2010-11,’13 Boyd, Brent ’75-77-79 Boyd, Jack ’43-44-45 Boyer, Verdi ’32-33-34 Boze, Dave ’73-74 Bradford, Conor 2011 Bradley, Doug ’54-55-56 Bragg, Craig 2001-02-03-04 Braly, Harold ’48-49 Brant, Kevin 2000-01-02-03 Brant, Michael ’77-78-79-80

C Cabrera, Oscar ’97-98-99-00 Caldwell, Cheyane ’95-96-97-98 Caldwell, Jack ’33 Callahan, Brian 2005 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 Capella, Greg 2010-11-12 Capp, Don ’46-47 Caragher, Ron ’86-87-88-89 Carey, Nick 2001-02-03 Cargo, Dave ’73-74 Carney, Cormac ’80-81-82 Carroll, Frank ’38-39 Carroll, Randall 2009-10-11 Carter, David 2008-09-10 Carter, Donovan 2010-11-12 Carter, Kaleaph ’89-90-91-92 Carter, Keith 2002-04 Carter, Raymond 2008 Carter, Reggie 2006-07-08-09 Carver, Ron ’69-70-71 Cascales, Charles, ’38-39 Casciaro, Greg 2010 Case, Ernie ’41-45-46

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Cashon, Charles ’24-25 Cass, Greg ’92-93-94 Cassaday, Ray ’02 Cassel, Marcus 2002-03-04-05 Ceachir, Alexandru 2012 Cephous, Frank ’80-81-82-83 Chaffin, Jeff ’81-83 Chai, Robert 2003-04-05-06 Chalenski, Mike ’90-91-92 Chambers, Bill ’46-47 Champion, Cornell ’64-66 Champlin, John ’66 Chandler, Nate 2008-09-10-11 Charles, Russel ’72-73-74 Chavoor, Sherman ’34-35-36 Cheshire, Chuck ’33-34-35 Childers, Marion ’45 Chillar, Brandon, 2000-01-02-03 Chrestman, John ’68 Christensen, James ’91-92-94-95 Christiansen, Bob ’69-70-71 Christiansen, Gregg ’78-79-80 Chudy, Craig ’57-59-60 Cid, Alberto 2011-12 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, Kenny 2013-14-15 Clark, Matt 2001-02-03-04 Clark, Walter ’32-33 Clayton, Mike ’70-71 Clayton, Tyson 2001-02-03 Cleary, Robert 2002-04-05 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 2008-09-10-11 Coleman, Dick ’43 Coleman, Kenyon ’97-98-99-01 Colletto, Jim ’63-64-65 Collier, Travis ’90-91-92-93 Collins, Donald ’19-20 Collins, Vernon ’23-24 Collins, Willie ’53 Combs, Justin 2014-15 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 Covington, Sean 2013 Cowan, Joe 2003-04-05-07 Cowan, Patrick 2006-07-08 Cox, Chris ’84 Cox, Larry ’64-65-66 Cox, Robert ’84-85 Craft, Kevin 2008-09 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 Cress, Robert ’38 Cronin, Kevin ’84 Cross, Brendan 2013 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 Cyburt, Colby 2015

D 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 2004-05-06-07 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, Roosevelt 2012-13-14-15 Davis, Steve ’84 Dawson, Charles 2014-15-16 Dawson, Jim ’56-57-58 Deakers, Rich ’64-65-66 Dean, Aundre 2008 Dean, Jake 2008-09 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 Den Bleyker, Johnny '16-17 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 Dickerson, Matt 2014-15-16-17 Dickey, Kevin ’91-92-93 Dickmann, Jeff 2011 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 Dobrow, 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 Downey, Brett 2011-12 Dragovic, Nikola 2004,06-07 Dressel, Dennis ’56-57 Drew, Maurice 2003-04-05 Duarte, Thomas 2013-14-15 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


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E Easley, Kenny ’77-78-79-80 Eatman, Irv ’79-80-81-82 Eaton, Daniel 2015 Eaton, Edward ’47-48-49 Ebell, Tyler 2002-03 Eby, Josh ’94-95 Echols, Reggie ’70-71-72 Eck, Keith ’74-75-76 Edgar, Anthony ’78-79 Edison, Justin 2008-09-10-11 Edwards, Donnie ’92-93-94-95 Edwards, Joshua 2007-08 Edwards, Oscar ’75-76 Efseaff, Eyoseph 2001-02-03-04 Ehrlich, Lyman ’51 Ekbatani, Nick 2006, 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 2001-02-03-04 Embree, Taylor 2008-09-10-11 Emesibe, Melvin 2012-13 Enger, Bob ’55 Ennen, Henry ’47 Epenesa, Seali’i 2010-11-12-13 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 Evans, Shaquelle 2011-12-13 Everett, Marcus 2004-05-06,08

F Fade, Bill ’44-45 Fafaul, Mike '16 Fagerholm, Rod ’58 Fahl, Matt ’73-74-75 Fairbairn, Ka’imi 2012-13-14-15 Faoa, Asi 2000-01-02-03 Farber, Stu ’56 Fareed, Justin 2010 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 Fauria, Joseph 2010-11-12 Fears, Charles ’40-41-42 Fears, Tom ’46-47 Feldman, Rudy ’51-52-53 Felton, Demetric '17 Fenenbock, Charles ’38-39 Ferguson, Donvel ’35-36-37 Ferguson, Mark ’79-81-82 Fernea, Ethan '17 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 Fisher, Denzel 2015-16-17 Fitterer, Scott ’93 Fitts, Kylie 2013 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 Flintoft, Stefan '16-17 Florence, John ’50-51 Flores, Mike ’71 Flynn, Ed ’50-51-52 Forbath, Kai 2007-08-09-10 Forbes, Ted ’40-41

Forcier, Chris 2008 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 2001 Francis, Don ’62-63-64 Francisco, Kent ’62-63-64 Francois, Greg ’83-84-85 Franey, David ’86 Frankel, Lorry ’71 Franklin, Johnathan 2009-10-11-12 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, Devin 2012-13-14-15 Fuller, Rick ’89-90-91-92 Funk, Fred ’34-35-36 Funke, Sigfried ’33-34 Fyson, Ed ’45

Grant, Wes ’68-69 Grau, Jeff ’98-99-00-01 Graves, Ryan 2006-07-08 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 Griffin, Cameron 2015-16 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. 2002-03 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 Gunther, Rich ’72 Gustafson, Mark ’66-67-68 Gutman, Tom ’60-61 Guyton, Brent ’93-94 Guzman, Frank 2010

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Hackett, Kyle ’83 Haffner, Mike ’61-63-64 Haight, Leslie ’30 Hair, J.J. 2004-05-06 Hajimihalis, Peter 2014 Hakes, Randy ’98-99 Hale, John 2005-06-07-08 Hale, Lynn ’49 Hale, Tre 2011-12-13-14 Hall, Jake 2015 Hall, John 2000 Hall, Larry ’79-80 Hall, Santi ’98-99 Hampton, Kerns ’30-32 Hampton, Russ ’54-55 Handler, Sam 2014 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 2008-09-10-11 Harmon, Mark ’72-73 Harper, Joe ’56-57-58 Harris, Akil 2000-01-02-03 Harris, Ahmaad 2014 Harris, Earl ’35-36-37 Harris, Esker ’55-56 Harris, Merle ’36-38 Harris, Mike 2008-09-10-11 Harrison, Jason 2002-04 Harrison, Morrie ’42 Hartmeier, Mike ’82-83-84-85 Harvey, Clarence ’43 Harwell, Brigham 2004-05-06, 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 2002-03-04-05 Heater, Adam 2008 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

Gaines, Gene ’58-59-60 Galigher, Ed ’70-71 Gallagher, Clay ’72 Gallatin, Donovan ’92-93 Gamble, Robert ’90-91-92-93 Gane, Luke 2011-12-13 Garcia, Cristian 2015-16 Garcia, Robert 2004 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 Gentosi, Giovanni 2015-16-17 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 2005-06-07-08 Goforth, Randall 2012-13, 15-16 Goebel, Joe ’83-84-85-86 Goines, Simon 2012-13 Golper, Todd 2011-12 Gomer, Dave ’78 Gonzalez, Tyler 2011 Goodman, Brian ’70-71 Goodman, Tahaan 2013-14-15-16 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 Graham, Jamie 2011 Graham, Keenan 2010-11-12-13

Herrera, Andy ’65-66-67 Herrera, Efren ’71-72-73 Herrera, Mike ’75 Hershman, Leo ’49-50 Hesse, Don ’39 Hester, Aaron 2010-11-12 Heydenfeldt, Bob ’52-53-54 Hickman, Gale ’62-63 Hickman, Justin 2004-05-06 Hicks, Chuck ’59-60-61 Hicks, DuVal ’95-96-97-98 Hicks, Skip ’93-94-96-97 Hill, Austin 2011 Hill, Ernest ’37-38-39 Hilliard, Dalton 2009-10-11-12 Hinshaw, Lynn ’67 Hirshon, Hal ’36-37-38 Hofmeister, Ryan 2012-13-14 Hohl, Mason ’43 Hoisch, Alan ’46-47 Holcomb, Eric ’93-94-95 Holiday, DeChaun '16-17 Holland, Pete ’96-97-98-99 Holland, Tyler 2007 Hollaway, Chuck ’55-56 Hollingsworth, Cece ’23-24-25 Hollins, Deon 2013-14-15-16 Holman, H. R. ’43 Holmes, Damien 2009-10-11-12 Holmes, Darnay 2017 Holmes, Fred 2004-05, 07 Hookano, Steve ’71-72 Hopwood, Don ’77-78 Horgan, Paul ’63-64-65 Horta, Joe ’50 Horton, Chris 2004-05-06-07 Horton, Myke ’73-74 Horton, Troy ’43 Hosea, Bobby ’77-78 Houston, Lovell ’99 Howard, Bob ’52 Howard, Jack ’43 Howard, Sean ’88-89 Howard, Theo '16-17 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 Hulick, Carl 2013-14-15 Hull, Ron ’59-60-61 Huma, Ramogi ’95-97-98 Hummel, Ben ’87 Hundley, Brett 2012-13-14 Hunt, Howard ’41-46 Hunt, Don ’47-48-49 Hunter, Joe ’99-00-01-02 Hurd, Eric 2013 Huse, Russell ’28-29 Hutchins, Adam ’83-86 Hutt, Eddie ’64-65-66 Huusfeldt, Drew 2014

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Jamabo, Soso 2015-16-17 James, Andre '16-17 James, Gary ’73 James, Jordon 2011-12-13-14 James, Mil‘Von 2003-04 James, Stewart ’20 Jarecki, Steve ’82-83-84-85 Jarvis, William ’24 Jaso, Jerry ’69-70 Jasper, Shane ’91-92-93-94 Jaurez, Mique 2017 Jefferson, Anthony 2012-13-14 Jennings, Charles ’23-24-25 Jensen, Keith ’61 Jensen, Roy ’48-49-50 Jessen, James 2002 Jessup, Morris ’25 Johns, Gerald ’63-64 Johnson, Bret ’89 Johnson, Chance ’85-86-87-88 Johnson, Chris 2004 Johnson, Dominique 2007-08 Johnson, Ernie ’46-47-48-49 Johnson, Jerry 2010-12 Johnson, Jim ’58-59-60 Johnson, John 2015-16 Johnson, John ’41-46 Johnson, Kermit ’71-72-73 Johnson, Mitch ’62-63-64 Johnson, Mitch ’85 Johnson, Mossi, 2014-15-16-17 Johnson, Norm ’78-79-80-81 Johnson, Rahyme '17 Johnson III, Stephen 2015 Johnston, Dan ’67 Jolly, Mike ’80-81 Jondle, Riley 2003-04-05-06 Jones, Anthony ’94 Jones, Arthur ’22-23-24-25 Jones, Brian ’86 Jones, Carl ’62-63 Jones, Datone 2008-09-11-12 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, Malcolm 2010-11, 13 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 2004-05-06-07 Joyce, Cody ’98-99-00-01 Juarez, Mique '17

I Ieremia-Stansbury, Ed ’98-99-00-01 Iese, Nate 2013-14-15-16 Ioja, Bob ’96 Inglis, Bill ’52 Innes, Kody 2012 Ippolito, Tony ’97-99 Irvin, P.J. 2006-07 Irvine, Gifford ’84-85-86 Irwin, Ed ’40-41 Isaia, Sale ’91-92-93-94 Izmirian, Albert ’42

J Jackson, Chris ’99-00 Jacobs, Brian ’89-90 Jacobson, Abe ’19 Jacobson, Don ’28-29-31 Jacobson, Keith ’88-89 Jacoby, Mike ’74 Jack, Myles 2013-14-15 Jackson, Billy Don ’77-78-79 Jackson, John ’24-25-26 Jackson, Melvin ’84-85-86-87 Jackson, Warren ’62-63

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Spencer Havner, 2002-05

Judge, Cameron 2013-1415-16

K Kahn, Mitch ’74-75-76 Kase, George ’92-93-94-95 Kealey, Pat ’71-72 Keane, Andy 2010 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, Eric 2011-12-13-14 Kendricks, Marv ’70-71 Kennedy, Paul ’91-92-93-94 Austin Kent '16 Ketchum, Gavin 2005-06,08-09 Key, R. F. (Ted) ’34 Keyes, Dennis 2004-05-06-07 Keyes, Luther ’50-51 Keyler, Courtney ’90-91-92-93 Kezirian, Blane 2001-02-03 Kezirian, Ed ’72-73 Kezirian, Rob ’75-76 Kia, Micah 2006-07-08 Kibbe, George ’26 Kibble, Robert 2005 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 2003-04 Knowles, Lee ’82-83-84 Knox, Milton 2009 Knox, Ronnie ’55 Knudson, Laddie ’23 Knupper, Max ’70-71 Kocher, Ken ’98-99-00-01 Koral, David 2004-05 Kordakis, James ’84 Koster, Jared 2011 Krall, Luke 2000-01 Krehbiel, Don ’43 Kroeber, George ’51 Kroener, Frank ’36-37 Kuehn, Art ’72-73-74 Kukulica, Rick ’73-74


HISTORY

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L LaBrucherie, Bert ’26-27-28 LaChapelle, Sean ’89-90-91-92 Lacy, Kenny 2014-15-16 Lagace, Taylor 2013-14-15 Laidman, Dan ’51-52 Lake, Carnell ’85-86-87-88 Lake, Quentin 2017 Lambert, Dion ’88-89-90-91 Lane, Herb ’50-51 Lang, Walter ’80-81-82 Langston, Guy ’77 Lanis, Aleksey 2006-07 Larimore, Patrick 2009-10-11 Lasley, Jordan 2015-16-17 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 2000-01-02-03 Leisle, Rodney 2000-01-02-03 Lembeck, Bert ’26 Lemmerman, Alan ’70-71-72 Leonard, Robert ’46 Leoni, Eugene ’81-82 Lepisto, Garrett 2001-02-03 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 2002-03-04-05 Lightner, Clifford ’33 Lilyquist, Rodney ’28 Link, Dennis 2000-01-02-03 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 2009-10-11-12 Lockett, Bret 2005-06-07-08 Lockett, Will '16-17 Lockwood, Brian ’87-88-89-90

Ron Pitts, 1981-84

Lo’Curto, John ’61-62-63 Lodish, Mike ’86-87-88-89 Lombard, Kenneth 2005-06-07 Lombard, Kory ’98-99-00 London, Justin 2002-03-04-05 Long, Bob ’52-53-54 Long, Don ’56-57-58 Long, Freeman ’25-26 Longo, Tony ’58-59-60 Longo, Christopher 2013-14-15 Lorier, Benjamin 2003-04 Lott, Sinclair ’32-33-34 Loudd, Rommie ’53-54-55 Love, Duval ’81-82-83-84 Love, Glenn 2008-09-10-11 Lucien, Devin 2012-13-14 Lucier-South, Keisean '16-17 Luster, Marv ’58-59-60 Luther, Dylan 2015-16 Lyman, Brad ’69-70-72 Lyman, Dell ’38-39-40 Lynn, Johnny ’75-76-77-78 Lyons, Damion ’90

M 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 Mahlstedt, Don ’80-81-82 Maiava, Kai 2009-11 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 Manfro, Steven 2012-13 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 2004-05-06-07 Markham, Dean ’44-45 Markowitz, Barry ’74 Marlett, Walter ’41 Marsh, Cassius 2010-11-12-13 Marston, Charles ’21 Martin, Travis 2007 Martinez, Mike ’73-74 Marty, Pat ’78 Marvin, Joe ’49-50-51 Marvray, Ricky 2010-11-12 Mascarenas, Alex 2010-11 Mascola, Lou ’76 Mason, Bill ’57 Mason, Mike ’79-80-81

Massey, Thaddeus ’93-95-96 Massington, Eldridge 2014-15-16-17 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 2002 Matthews, West ’46-47-48-49 Maurer, Mark ’47 Mayer, Vic ’78-79 Mayfield, Paul ’66 Maxwell, William ’31-32-33 Mazzone, Grayson 2013 McAlister, James ’72-73 McAteer, Tim ’64-65-66 McBride, Tod ’95-96-97-98 McCabe, Mike ’44 McCaffrey, Mike ’66 McCann, Ryan ’99-00-01 McCarthy, Ellis 2012-13-14 McChesney, Bob ’32-34-35 McClave, Andrew ’91-92-93 McCloskey, Mike 2002-03-04-05 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 McDermott, Conor 2014-15-16 McDermott, Kevin 2010-11-12 McDonald, Tevin 2011-12 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 McGaugh, Eugene ’84 McGee, Jeremy 2006 McGill, Mark ’86-87-88-89 McGue, Delbert ’32-33 McIntire, Ken ’63 McKay, Jack ’54 McKay, Stan 2010-11-12-13 McKenzie, Leonard ’42 McKenzie, Stuart ’40-41 McKinley, Takkarist 2014-15-16 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 2003-04-05-06 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 McReynolds, Kevin 2014 McSween, Alton ’72-73 Meadors, Nate 2015-16-17 Meadows, Chris 2007-08 Medina, Ryan 2011-12 Medlock, Justin 2003-04-05-06 Mefferd, Frank ’43 Mehr, Steve ’85-86-87-88 Meigs, Raymond ’19 Melsby, Brad ’95-97-98-99 Mena, Xavier ’46-50 Mengel, Matt 2014-15 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 2008-09 Miller, Jim ’63-64-65

Miller, Kolton 2015-16-17 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 Moala, Poasi 2014-15-16-17 Mociler, Paul 2001-02-03-04 Modster, Devon 2017 Mohl, Curt ’77-78-79-80 Mok, Vince ’70-71-72 Molina, Mike ’76-77-78 Moline, Chad 2007 Moline, Chane 2006-07-08-09 Moline, Chase 2005-06-07-08 Molrine, Ron ’23 Molson, JJ '16-17 Monahan, Steve ’73-74 Montgomery, Blanchard ’79-8081-82 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, Marcus 2017 Moore, Matt 2002-03 Moore, Michael ’90-91 Moore, Rahim 2008-09-10 Moore, Reggie ’87-88-89-90 Moore, Reynaud ’69-70 Moore, Terry ’83-84 Moreau, Fabian 2012-13-14-15-16 Moreau, Ismael ’92 Morehead, Terry ’81-82 Moreno, Gil ’53-54-55 Morgan, George ’50 Morgan, Karl ’79-80-81-82 Morgan, Kyle 2004-05 Morgan, Steve ’99-00-01-02 Morris, Marvin ’77-78 Morris, Nate ’87 Morton, Dave ’76-77 Morze, Mark ’72 Moss, Idris 2003 Moss, Martin ’78-79-80-81 Moutra, Antwon 2008-09 Moya, Ryan 2005-06-08-09 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, Craig 2017 Myers, Jack ’44-46-47

N 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 2004-05-06 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, Jerry 2013-14-15 Neuheisel, Rick ’81-82-83 Nevadomsky, Jason ’95-97 Nguyen, Mike ’91-92-93-94 Nichols, Perry ’76

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Nielsen, Ron ’91-92 Nikcevich, John ’46-47-48-49 Nnoruka, Chigozie 2017 Niusulu, C.J. 2002-03-04 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 2004-05-07-08 Norris, Trusse ’57-58-59 Norton, Ken ’84-85-86-87 Norton, Pat 2001-02-03-04 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 2006-07 Obbema, Rick ’76-77 Obidine, John ’41-42 Odighizuwa, Osa 2017 Odighizuwa, Owamagbe 201011-12, 14 Odogwu, Sunny '17 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 2002-03 Okuneff, Gerry ’53-54 Olaniyan, Aramide 2011-12-13 O’Leary, Prentice ’62-63-64 Oliver, Al ’72-73 Oliver, Homer ’30-31-32 Oliver, Jim ’67 Olmstead, Remington ’33-34-35 Olorunfunmi, Bolu 2015-16-17 Olson, Ben ’06-07-08 Olson, Carl ’34-35-41 Olson, Drew 2002-03-04-05 Olson, Harold ’19-20-21 Olson, Milo ’26 Onwutuebe, Emmanuel ’8889-90-91 O’Quinn, Carrick ’90-91-92-93 Oram, Phil ’60-61-62 Oredugba, Olukayode 2004-05 Orjioke, Kene 2012-13, 15 Ortiz, Jalen 2013-14 Osling III, Mo 2017 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 2000 Oxford, Rex ’41

P Pabico, Christian 2017 Pace, Gayle ’49-50-51 Page, Charles ’47 Page, Kenny ’80-82-83 Page, Jarrad 2002-03-04-05 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 Pasquale, Nick 2013 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 2003 Paul, Don ’43-44-46-47 Paul, Rick ’65-66

Paulsen, Logan 2005-06-07, 09 Pauly, Ira ’51-52-53 Paus, Cory ’99-00-01-02 Pavich, Mike ’69-70-71 Payton, Jordan 2012-13-14-15 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 2005-06-07-08 Perez, Louis ’91-92 Perkins, Paul 2013-14-15 Pernecky, Paul ’90-91-92-93 Perry, Tab 2000-01-02-04 Person, Barney ’74-75 Pertulla, Rick ’68 Peters, Adam 2001 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, Jaelan 2017 Phillips, Sean ’99-00-01-02 Phillips, Tony ’82-83-84-85 Phinny, Sherm ’37-38 Pickett, Adarius 2015-16-17 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 2004-05-06 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 2009-10 Preston, Steve ’68-69 Price, Brian 2007-08-09 Price, Dennis ’84-85-86-87 Price, Durell ’96-97-98-99 Price, Sheldon 2009-10-11 Primus, James ’84-85-86-87 Prince, Kevin 2009-10-11-12 Profit, Mel ’61-62-63 Pryor, Jon ’86-87-88-89 Puffer, Jeff ’97 Purdy, Rick ’66-67-68 Putnam, Bill ’44

Q Quessenberry, Scott 2013-14, 16-17 Quinby, Roy ’21 Quarles, Bernard ’79

R Rae, James ’88 Raffee, Alan ’51 Rafferty, Thomas ’31-32-33 Ramirez, Christian 2006-07-09-10


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Nelson Rosario, 2008-11 Ramsey, Herschel ’72-73-74 Ramsey, Tom ’79-80-81-82 Randle, David ’82-83-84 Raney, Jack ’33 Raney, Matt 2005 Rasmus, Bob ’27-28-29 Rasshan, Osaar 2007 Rassool, Alex 2017 Ray, Billy ’85-86-87-88 Ray, George ’25 Ray, Joe ’52-53-54 Raymo, Jibril 2001-02 Ream, John 2001 Record, Clayton ’70 Redmond, Alex 2013-14-15 Reece, Severn ’75-76-77-78 Reed, Jack ’62 Reed, Micah 2006-07-08 Reel, Stanley ’32-33 Reemsten, Brian ’90 Rees, Danny 2009-10 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 Rice, Jr., Jerry 2011-12 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 Riley, Dietrich 2010-11 Rios, Marcus 2012, 14-15-16 Riskas, Mike ’57-58 Rittman, Justin 2017

Mike Sherrard, 1982-85 Roberts, Austin 2015-16-17 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 Robinson-Carr, Moses 2017 Robotham, George ’42-45 Roenicke, Josh 2002 Roesch, Johnny ’43-44-46-47 Rogers, Don ’80-81-82-83 Rogers, Eric ’83-85-86 Rogers, Greg 2017 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 2008-09-10-11 Rosen, Josh 2015-16-17 Rosenkrans, Joe ’59-60-61 Ross, Ben ’34 Rossell, Eddie ’20-21 Rossi, Cal ’44-45-46-47 Rosskopf, Bob ’23 Rotstein, Jimmy 2007-08 Rowell, Russell ’80-81 Rowland, Gene ’45-46-47-48 Rubinstein, Brian 2007 Rubio, Chris ’94-95-96-97 Rubio, Garrett 2009 Ruckman, Jeff ’93-95-96-97 Ruddy, Lorenz ’22 Ruettgers, Joe ’38-39 Ruhl, Phillip 2011-12-13 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 2005-06 Ryland, John ’36-37-38

S Sabol, Joe ’50-51-52 Saenz, Ernie ’77

Matthew Slater, 2006-07 Sheley, Dale ’74 Sheller, Henry ’44-46 Sheller, Sean 2010-11 Shelton, Ken ’91-92 Sheppard, Craig 2007-09 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 Shojima, Gyo '16-17 Short, Dick ’48-49-50 Short, Keith 2000-01-02-03 Shubin, John ’37 Shubin, William ’39 Siewierski, Jerzy 2007-08-09 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 2005-07-08 Slagle, Larry ’65-66-67 Slater, Matthew 2006-07 Sloan, Steve 2008-09-10 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, Josh 2010-11

Saffer, Mike ’99-00-01-02 Sailer, Chris ’95-96-97-98 Saipale, Toa ’78-79-81-82 Salsbury, Jim ’51-52-53-54 Samuel, Colin 2016-17 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 2007-08-09-10 Savaiinaea, Isaako 2013-14-15-16 Schager, Darren ’91-92-93-94 Schell, Walt ’35-36-37 Schexnayder, Anthony ’87-8889-90 Schmidt, Mark ’86-87 Schmidt, Pat ’75-76 Schmitt, Mike 2008-09-10 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 2005 Schuhmann, Charlie ’72-73-74 Schwartz, Randy ’62 Schwenk, Vic ’46 Sciarra, John ’72-73-74-75 Sciarra, John 2002 Scribner, Rob ’70-71-72 Scott, Burness ’81-82 Scott, Eric ’95-96-97 Scott, Tyler ’95 Scott, Tyler 2014-15 Searl, Adam 2014, 16 Seidman, Mike ’99-00-01-02 Selecky, Mark ’87 Senteno, Rick ’78-79 Sergel, Jack ’22 Sermons, Brandon 2009, 11-12-13 Serwanga, Wasswa ’96-97 Settles, Gene ’72-73-74 Sharpe, Luis ’78-79-80-81 Shaw, Meech ’89-90

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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 2000-01-02-03 Smith, Vic ’41-42-44 Smith, Willie ’65-67 Snead, William 2004-05-06-07 Snelling, Ken ’41-42 Snyder, Greg ’69-70-71 Sochowski, Brad 2017 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 Spencer, Octavius 2015-16-17 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 Starks, Jalen '16-17 Starks, Nate 2014-15-16 Stauch, Scott ’77-78-79-80 Stawisky, Sam ’33-34-35 Steadman, Monte '39 Steel, Greg ’73 Steele, Scott ’68 Steffen, Art ’45-46-47-48 Steffen, Jim ’57-58 Steiner, Les ’46-47-48 Stephens, Brandon '16-17 Stephens, Frank ’75-76-77

Stephens, Jason ’98-99-00-01 Stephens, Jimmy 2004-05 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 2008-09-10 Story, Al ’59 Storey, Sam ’33-34 Stout, Dave ’60-61-62 Strauch, Andrew '16 Strawn, Dean ’44 Stretz, Grady ’92-93-94-95 Strode, Woody ’37-38-39 Stromsborg, Kevin 2001 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 2009, 12-13 Sublett, Ryan 2013 Sullivan, John ’73-74-75 Sullivan, Tom ’79-80-81-82 Sutherland, Lester ’36-37-38 Sutherland, Noah 2004-05-06-07 Svensgaard, Ira ’45 Sweet, Logan 2012-13-14-15 Sweetland, Pat ’73-74 Swick, Jim ’73-74 Sykes, Jim ’64

T Taber, Norman ’35-36 Tagaloa, Boss '16-17 Tamborski, Steve ’70 Tandy, John ’26 Tata, Vae ’94-95-98 Taua, Ainuu 2015-16-17 Tauscheck, Russell ’44-45 Tautofi, David 2002-03


HISTORY

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS LIST Tautolo, John ’77-78-79-80 Tautolo, Ray ’79 Tautolo, Terry ’74-75 Taylor, Christian 2005-06-07 Taylor, Eric ’64 Taylor, Greg ’74-75-76 Taylor, Junior 2002-03-04-06 Taylor, Ryan 2010 Taylor, Tommy ’82-83-84-85 Taua, Ainuu '16 Tennell, Derek ’83-84-85-86 Tenningkeit, Tim ’74-75-76 Tepa, Iuta 2009-11 Terry, John ’26 Terry, Nick 2016-17 Tetrick, Steve ’75-76-77 Tevaga, Shannon 2004-05-06-07 Theodore, Terry ’82-83-84-85 Theriot, Trevor 2007-09 Thigpen, Damien 2009-10, 12-13 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 2004 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 Toailoa, Leni 2017 Toailoa, Lokeni '16-17 Toland, Don ’40 Toran, Najee 2015-16-17 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 Tuioti-Mariner, Jacob 201415-16-17 Tumey, Terry ’84-85-86-87 Tunney, Clayton 2010 Turner, Eric ’87-88-89-90 Turner, Jamil 2007 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

U Ulu-Perry, Fred 2015 Umodu, Tobi 2010

V Van Rodney 2004-05-06-07 Vanderdoes, Eddie 2013-14, 16 Van Dyke, Alex 2014-15-16-17 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 2005 Vena, Don ’59-60-61 Verner, Alterraun 2006-07-08-09 Vernoy, Terry ’70-71-72 Versen, Walter ’46 Verti, Mark ’96-97-98

Vieira, Steven 2001-02-03-04 Viger, Joe ’38-39 Villalobos, Ray ’86-87 Villaneuva, Primo ’53-54 Vinci, Zach 2014 Viney, Courtney 2008-09-10 Vlack, Russ ’46 Von Sonn, Andy ’60-61-62 Vujovich, Roy ’48-49

W Waddell, Tom ’72-73-74 Waddleton, Tim ’94 Wade, Rick '16-17 Wadood, Jaleel 2014-15-16-17 Wagner, Jim ’88-89-90 Wahler, Jim ’85-86-87-88 Wai, Francis ’37-38 Waldron, Richard '30 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, Kenneth III 2012, 14-15-16 Walker, Kevin ’93-94-95 Walker, Rick ’74-75-76 Walker, Rob ’92-93-94-95 Walker, Wesley 2002-03-04-05 Wallace, Aaron 2012-13-14-15 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, Chris 2010-11 Ward, Jess 2006-07-08-09 Ward, Phillip ’93-94-95-96 Ware, Aaron 2006-07-08-09 Ware, Matt 2001-02-03 Ware, Tom ’65-66 Wariboko-Alali, Josh '16-17 Warfield, Tim 2001-02-03-04 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 2008-09-10-11 Westland, Duke ’36 Wetzel, Warren ’63 Wheeler, Bob ’44-45 White, Brett ’74-75 White, Gordon ’22 White, John ’62-63 White Jr., Manuel 2001-02-03-04 White, Roger ’53-54-55 White, Tony ’97-98-99-00 White, Torian 2012 Whitebook, Milt ’39-40 Whitenight, Tom ’85-86-87 Whitfield, Clint ’56-57-58 Whitfield, Eric ’96-97-98-99 Whitley, Zach 2014 Whitney, Jerry ’47 Whittington, Aaron 2004-05-06-07 Widmer, Don ’67-68-69 Wiener, Herb ’40-41-42-43 Wikert, Ryan 2000

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, Charles '31 Williams, Dave ’50 Williams, Derrick 2004-05-06 Williams, Dokie ’78-79-80-82 Williams, Eddie 2009-10 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, Brandon 2012-13 Willis, Matt 2005-06 Willis, Priest 2013-14 Willmer, Brian ’94-95-96-97 Willoughby, Howard ’30 Wills, Duane ’59-60 Wills, Shawn ’88-89-90-91 Wilson, Al ’84-85 Wilson, Caleb '16-17 Wilson, Jordan '17 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 Woods, Josh '16-17 Woolley, Don ’76

Worley, Blake ’99-00 Wright, Doc ’21 Wrightman, Tim ’78-79-80-81 Wyatt, Harold ’20 Wyrick, Clestine ’36-37-38 Wysocki, Ben 2012-13-14

Y Yandall, Wade 2011 Yearick, Clayton ’32-33 Yelich, Chris ’80-81-82-83 Young, Chuck ’44 Young, H. M. ’43 Young, Kenny 2014-15-16-17 Young, Mike ’81-82-83-84 Yount, Christian 2007-08-09-10 Yturralde, Martin ’19 Yurosek, Gary ’56

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 Zumwalt, Erick 2014 Zumwalt, Jordan 2010-11-12-13 Zwaneveld, Onno ’83-84-85-86

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

True Freshman Starters Player Darnay Holmes (10) JJ Molson (10) Austin Kent (8) Johnny Den Bleyker (12) Josh Rosen (13) Jaleel Wadood (8) Caleb Benenoch (9) Sean Covington (13) Myles Jack (12) Eddie Vanderdoes (7) Alex Redmond (13) Ka’imi Fairbairn (14) Simon Goines (13) Owamagbe Odighizuwa (6) Xavier Su’a-Filo (13) Sheldon Price (11) Rahim Moore (12) Taylor Embree (8) Jeff Baca (8) Cory Harkey (7) Brian Price (5) Chase Moline (9) Shannon Tevaga (6) Jarrad Page (10) Matt Ware (11) Nate Fikse (11) Ricky Manning, Jr. (9) Marques Anderson (5) Cheyane Caldwell (5) Cade McNown (9) Chris Sailer (12) Javelin Guidry (4) Jonathan Ogden (5) Carlton Gray (8) John Lee (12) Lupe Sanchez (8) Norm Johnson (12) Kenny Easley (10) Billy Don Jackson (7) Manu Tuiasosopo (5) Ray Burks (8)

Pos. CB K P LS QB S OT P LB/RB DL OG K OT DE OT CB FS WR OT TE DT DT OG S CB P CB CB FB QB P CB OT CB K CB K FS DL DL TE

Year 2017 2016 2016 2016 2015 2014 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2012 2012 2010 2009 2009 2008 2008 2008 2008 2007 2005 2004 2002 2001 1999 1999 1997 1995 1995 1995 1994 1992 1989 1982 1979 1978† 1977 1977 1975 1973

(Had to start more games than anyone else at the position to be listed) † Kickoffs only, as a freshman

Redshirt Freshman Starters Player Michael Alves Andre James Eldridge Massington Ishmael Adams Jake Brendel Brett Hundley Torian White Tevin McDonald Keenan Graham Kevin Prince Johnathan Franklin Jeff Locke Steve Sloan Mike Harris Kai Forbath Reggie Carter Aleksey Lanis Aaron Perez Justin Medlock Tyler Ebell Spencer Havner

Pos. OG OT REC CB C QB OT S DE QB TB P LB OT K LB OT P K TB LB

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Year 2017 2016 2014 2013 2012 2012 2012 2011 2010 2009 2009 2009 2008 2008 2007 2006 2006 2005 2003 2002 2002

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

C OG DT QB OG DE OT LB LB SS OT OT K OLB CB OT OT QB P QB SS K SS FS P FL

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

Four-Year Starters Player Scott Quessenberry Jaleel Wadood Jake Brendel (school-best 52 starts) Ka'imi Fairbarin Jeff Baca Johnathan Franklin Jeff Locke Sheldon Price Kai Forbath Christian Yount 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

Pos. C DB C K OG/T RB P CB K LS LB CB OG K SS P CB QB OT LB QB OT K OT OG OT CB SS K FS K P CB FL

Kenny Easley Manu Tuiasosopo

FS DL

All starter lists are 1972-Present

Years 2013-17 2014-17 2012-15 2012-15 2008-09, 11-12 2009-12 2009-12 2009-12 2007-10 2007-10 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


BOWL HISTORY Rose Bowl Georgia 9, UCLA 0 • January 1, 1943 PASADENA, Calif. – UCLA’s first ever bowl appearance did not end on a successful note, as the 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 later added a touchdown following an interception of a Waterfield pass by Clyde Ehrhardt. The Bulldogs’ All-American Frankie Sinkwich powered over from the one-yard line for the lone touchdown in the contest. Scoring

Georgia 0 0 0 9 — 9 UCLA 0 0 0 0 — 0 Attendance: 90,000. Scoring: UGA—Red Boyd blocks Bob Waterfield’s punt for an automatic safety. UGA—Frankie Sinkwich, 1-yard run. Leo Costa converts. Georgia

24 61/212 161 30/12/2 91/373

UCLA

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

5 26/97 62 15/4/4 41/159

Top Individuals Rushing — Trippi (G) 27-115-0; Snelling (U) 5-41-0; Sinkwich (G) 11-33-1.

Stephens, 1-yard run. Tom Loechler converts. MINN—Bill Munsey, 3-yard run. Loechler converts. MINN—Stephens, 2-yard run. Loechler converts.

Scoring

Minnesota 21 55/222 75 11/7/0 66/297

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, 2-yard run. Hermann converts. MSU—Ellis Duckett, 6-yard blocked punt return. Evan Slonac converts. MSU—LeRoy Bolden, 1-yard run. Slonac converts. MSU—Billy Wells, 2-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. Michigan State

14 53/195 11 10/2/1 63/206

Illinois 45, UCLA 14 • January 1, 1947 PASADENA, Calif. – 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, 1-yard run. Kick failed. UCLA—Ernie Case, 1-yard sneak. Case converts. IL—Buddy Young, 2-yard run. Don Maechtle converts. IL—Paul Patterson 4-yard run. Kick failed. IL—Perry Moss 1-yard sneak. Kick blocked. UCLA—Al Hoisch returns Maechtle’s kickoff 103 yards. Case converts. IL—Young, 1-yard run. Maechtle converts. IL—Ruck Steger, 68-yard interception return. Kick failed. IL—Stan Green, 20-yard interception return. Maechtle converts. Illinois

16 40/90 152 24/9/2 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.

Rose Bowl PASADENA, Calif. – 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 Morrall 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, 2-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, 1-yard run. Decker converts. MSU—David Kaiser, 41-yard field goal.

UCLA

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

12 32/62 176 29/13/4 61/238

Top Individuals Rushing — Rykovich (I) 18-103-1; Young (I) 20-103-2; Patterson (I) 5-57-1; Hoisch (U) 4-27-0; Rossi (U) 10-23-0; Passing — Case (U) 24-11-2-165-0; Moss (I) 8-3-0-65-0.

Rose Bowl Michigan State 28, UCLA 20 • January 1, 1954 PASADENA, Calif. – Fifth-ranked UCLA completely dominated the first half of the game and capitalized on two Spartan fumbles to score the first 14 points in the contest. However, a missed blocking assignment allowed MSU’s Ellis Duckett room to block a Paul Cameron kick and score from the Bruin six-yard line with 4:45 left in the half. The Bruins left the field at halftime ahead 14-7 after allowing No. 3 Michigan State only one completed pass, for a seven-yard loss, and a net gain of 56 total yards. MSU outscored the Bruins 14-0 afer two long third quarter drives to grab a 21-14 lead. After another Spartan fumble, Cameron connected on a 28-yard pass to Rommie Loudd who made a great leaping catch. The reception pulled the Bruins to within one point, 21-20 with 12:36 to play in the fourth quarter. UCLA failed on its conversion attempt, leaving the Spartans clinging to a one-point

Michigan State 18 50/251 33 18/6/2 68/381

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

UCLA 8 34/55 52 8/5/0 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.

UCLA

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

Michigan State 17, UCLA 14 • January 1, 1956

Rose Bowl

23 64/320 78 15/4/2 79/398

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.

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

UCLA 13 42/136 61 10/2/1 52/197

Top Individuals Rushing — Kowalczyk (M) 13-88-0; Planutis (M) 12-66-0; S. Brown (U) 14-63-0; Davenport (U) 10-26; Passing — Knox (U) 8-2-1-61-0; Morrall (M) 15-4-2-38-1; Peaks (M) 2-1-0-67-1; Receiving — Peaks (M) 3-40-1; Decker (U) 1-47; Loudd (U) 1-14.

Rose Bowl Minnesota 21, UCLA 3 • January 1, 1962 PASADENA, Calif. – With 16 players returning from their 1961 Rose Bowl loss, the Golden Gophers were primed and ready for the 1962 edition, and they used that experience to defeat the Bruins, 21-3. The Bruins opened the scoring when Bobby Smith kicked a 28yard field goal at the 8:40 mark of the first quarter. However, that was all the offense the Bruins could muster and Minnesota scored touchdowns in the first, second, and fourth quarters. Scoring Minnesota 7 7 0 7 — 21 UCLA 3 0 0 0 — 3 Weather: Sunny. Attendance: 98,214. Scoring: UCLA—Bobby Smith, 28-yard field goal. MINN—Sandy

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Rose Bowl UCLA 14, Michigan State 12 • January 1, 1966 PASADENA, Calif. – 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, 1-yard run. Kurt Zimmerman converts. UCLA—Beban, 1-yard run. Zimmerman converts. MSU— Bob Apisa, 38-yard run. Steve Juday’s pass failed. MSU—Juday, 1-yard run. Apisa run failed. Michigan State 13 46/204 110 22/8/3 68/314

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

UCLA 10 41/65 147 20/8/0 61/212

Top Individuals Rushing — C. Jones (M) 20-113-0; Apisa (M) 4-49-1; Lee (M) 15-41-0; Farr (U) 10-36-0; Beban (U) 25-14-2; Horgan (U) 5-120. 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.

Rose Bowl UCLA 23, Ohio State 10 • January 1, 1976 PASADENA, Calif. – On Jan. 1, 1976, the 11th-ranked Bruins returned to Pasadena to take on Woody Hayes’ top-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes and two-time Heisman Trophy winner Archie Griffin. During a first half in which Ohio State had the ball for 20 of the 24 minutes, kicker Tom Klaban provided the only points with a second-quarter field goal, giving the Buckeyes a 3-0 halftime lead. The Bruins tied the game early in the third quarter on a 33-yard field goal by Brett White. On UCLA’s next possession, John Sciarra and Wally Henry hooked up on a 16-yard touchdown play. Late in the third quarter, Sciarra and Henry combined for a 67-yard touchdown play. OSU’s Pete Johnson countered with a three-yard touchdown but Wendell Tyler, who rushed for 172 yards, countered with a 54-yard touchdown. Sciarra was named Rose Bowl MVP for completing 13-of-19 passes for 212 yards and two touchdowns. Scoring

Ohio State 3 0 0 7 — 10 UCLA 0 0 16 7 — 23 Weather: Clear 60º. Attendance: 105,464. Scoring: OSU—Tom Klaban, 42-yard field goal. UCLA—Brett White, 33-yard field goal. UCLA—Wally Henry, 16-yard pass from


BOWL HISTORY John Sciarra. White kick failed. UCLA—Henry, 67-yard pass from Sciarra. White converts. OSU—Pete Johnson, 3-yard run. Klaban converts. UCLA—Wendell Tyler, 54-yard run. White converts. Ohio State 20 51/208 90 18/7/2 69/298

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

UCLA 19 47/202 212 19/13/2 66/414

Top Individuals Rushing — Tyler (U) 21-172-1; Griffin (O) 17-93-0; Johnson (O) 19-70-1. Passing — Sciarra (U) 19-13-2-212-2; Greene (O) 187-2-90-0; Receiving — Henry (U) 5-113-2; Andersen (U) 3-39-0; Baschnagel (O) 3-26-0.

Liberty Bowl Alabama 36, UCLA 6 • December 20, 1976 MEMPHIS, Tenn. – The 1976 Liberty Bowl marked the first time the Bruins participated in a bowl game other than the Rose, but were soundly defeated by the Crimson Tide in a game played in windy and near-freezing conditions. No. 16 Alabama took control early, scoring 17 first quarter points on a Bruin team that had allowed only 23 all year. Alabama pulled away to a 30-0 lead before running back Theotis Brown dashed 61-yards for the lone score by the No. 7 Bruins. UCLA totaled 380 offensive yards, but commited four turnovers and was stopped on downs inside the Alabama five-yard line on two occasions. Brown (1,092) and Wendell Tyler (1,003) became the school’s first twin-thousand yard rushers for a season during the contest.

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.

Bluebonnet Bowl Michigan 33, UCLA 14 • December 31, 1981 HOUSTON, Texas – 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.

Rose Bowl UCLA 45, Illinois 9 • January 2, 1984 PASADENA, Calif. – 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 a final touchdown to make the final score 45-9. Scoring

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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, 1-yard run. Run failed. UCLA—Tim Wrightman, 9-yard pass from Ramsey. Johnson converts. MICH— Smith, 9-yard run. Haji-Sheikh converts. MICH—B.J. Dickey, 5-yard run. Haji-Sheikh converts.

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Alabama 17 7 3 9 — 36 UCLA 0 0 0 6 — 6 Weather: Windy 34º. Attendance: 52,736. Scoring: ALA—Buckey Berrey, 37-yard field goal. ALA—Barry Krauss 44-yard interception return. Berrey converts. ALA—Johnny Davis, 2-yard run. Berrey converts. ALA—Jack O’Rear, 20-yard pass from Tony Nathan. Berrey converts. ALA—Berrey, 25-yard field goal. ALA—Berrey, 28-yard goal. UCLA—Theotis Brown 61yard run. Corral kick failed. ALA—Rick Watson, 1-yard run. Berrey pass failed.

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

UCLA 17 49/233/1 147 18/10/3 67/380

Top Individuals Rushing — Brown (U) 16-102-1; Nathan (A) 9-67-0; Dankworth (U) 15-60-0; Tyler (U) 17-59-0; Davis (A) 11-59-1. Passing — Dankworth (U) 17-10-3-147-0; Rutledge (A) 7-5-0-53-0. Receiving — Brown (U) 3-24-0; Newsome (A) 2-13-0; Walker (U) 2-440; O’Rear (A) 2-16-1; Neal (A) 2-45-0.

Fiesta Bowl UCLA 10, Arkansas 10 • December 25, 1978 TEMPE, Ariz. – On Christmas day in Tempe, AZ, the 15th-ranked Bruins and eighth-ranked Razorbacks played to a 10-10 tie. Running back James Owens totaled 121 yards and Theotis Brown added 84 more as offensive standouts for the Bruins. After Arkansas grabbed a 10-0 halftime lead, the Bruin defense took charge, and the offense produced the game-tying points in the second half on a field goal by Peter Boermeester and a 15-yard run by quarterback Steve Bukich, making his only start of the season. Scoring

Arkansas 0 10 0 0 — 10 UCLA 0 0 3 7 — 10 Weather: Sunny 70º. Attendance: 55,202. Scoring: ARK—Roland Sales, 4-yard run. Ismael Ordonez converts. ARK—Ordonez, 37-yard field goal. UCLA—Peter Boermeester, 41-yard field goal. UCLA—Steve Bukich, 15-yard run. Boermeester converts. Arkansas 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

Michigan 25 54/315 168 16/10/0 70/483

UCLA 14 33/33 162 26/12/2 61/195

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

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Weather: Sunny 84º. Attendance: 103,217. Scoring: UCLA—Paul Bergmann, 3-yard pass from Rick Neuheisel. John Lee converts. IL—Chris White, 41-yard field goal. UCLA—Kevin Nelson 28-yard run. Lee converts. UCLA—Karl Dorrell, 16-yard pass from Neuheisel. Lee converts. UCLA—Mike Young, 53-yard pass from Neuheisel. Lee converts. UCLA—Dorrell, 15-yard pass from Neuheisel. Lee converts. UCLA—Lee, 29-yard field goal. IL—Thomas Rooks, 5-yard pass from Jack Trudeau. Pass failed. UCLA—Bryan Wiley, 8-yard run. Lee converts.

Illinois

Scoring

Alabama 23 52/268 104 11/8/0 63/372

5-59-0; Townsell (U) 4-45-0. Tackles — Rogers (U) 11; Montgomery (U) 9; Knowles (U) 9.

UCLA

16 17/0 205 47/25/4 64/205

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

27 52/213 298 31/22/0 83/511

Top Individuals 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) 25-121-162-2. Receiving — Carter (M) 6-127-1; Carney (U) 5-89-0.; Townsell (U) 3-37-1. Tackles — Rogers (U) 13; Montgomery (U) 11.

Rushing — Cephous (U) 12-86-0; Nelson (U) 18-69-1. Passing — Neuheisel (U) 31-22-0-298-4; Trudeau (I) 39-23-3-178-1. Receiving — Williams (I) 10-88-0; Rooks (I) 6-35-1; Young (U) 5-129-1; Dorrell (U) 5-61-2. Tackles— Knowles (U) 10; Taylor (U) 7; Rogers (U) 6.

Fiesta Bowl Rose Bowl

UCLA 39, Miami 37 • January 1, 1985

UCLA 24, Michigan 14 • January 1, 1983 PASADENA, Calif. – 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

Michigan UCLA

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Weather: Clear 70º. Attendance: 104,991. Scoring: UCLA—Tom Ramsey, 1-yard run. John Lee converts. UCLA—Lee kicks 39-yard field goal. MICH—Eddie Garrett, 1-yard pass from Dave Hall. Ali Haji-Sheikh converts. UCLA—Danny Andrews, 9-yard run. Lee converts. UCLA—Blanchard Montgomery 11-yard interception return. Lee converts. MICH—Dan Rice, 4-yard pass from Hall. Haji-Sheikh converts.

Michigan

19 38/110 209 34/19/3 72/319

UCLA

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

19 47/181 162 25/18/0 72/343

Top Individuals Rushing — Ricks (M) 23-88-0; Nelson (U) 11-48-0; Cephous (U) 8-46-0; Andrews (U) 12-42-1. Passing — Ramsey (U) 25-18-0162-0; Hall (M) 24-13-2-155-2; Smith (M) 9-6-0-54-0. Receiving — Bergmann (U) 6-48-0; Dunaway (M) 5-110-1; Carter (M)

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TEMPE, Ariz. – 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.

Scoring Miami UCLA

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Weather: Sunny 51º. Attendance: 60,310. Scoring: UCLA—Gaston Green, 6-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, 3-yard pass from Kosar. Cox converts. UCLA—Lee kicks 22-yard field goal.

Miami

23 33/129 294 44/31/1 77/423

UCLA

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20 44/161 243 27/18/0 61/404


BOWL HISTORY Jeep Eagle Aloha Bowl

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) 44-311-294-2. 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.

Rose Bowl UCLA 45, Iowa 28 • January 1, 1986 PASADENA, Calif. – 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 UCLA

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Weather: Overcast 71º. Attendance: 103,292. Scoring: IOWA—David Hudson, 1-yard run. Rob Houghtlin converts. UCLA—Eric Ball, 30-yard run. John Lee converts. UCLA—Lee, 42yard field goal. IOWA—Houghtlin, 24-yard field goal. UCLA—Ball, 40-yard run. Lee converts. UCLA—Ball, 6-yard run. Lee converts. IOWA—Chuck Long 4-yard run. Houghtlin converts. UCLA—Mike Sherrard, 6-yard pass from Matt Stevens. Lee converts. UCLA—Ball, 32-yard run. Lee converts. IOWA—Houghtlin, 52-yard field goal. UCLA—Stevens, 1-yard run. Lee converts. IOWA—Bill Happel, 11-yard pass from Long. Harmon run.

Iowa

UCLA

25 34/82 319 38/29/1 72/401

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

29 55/299 189 26/16/1 81/488

Top Individuals Rushing — Ball (U) 22-227-4; R. Harmon (I) 14-55-0; Hudson (I) 13-53-1; Green (U) 13-46-0. Passing — Long (I) 37-29-1-319-1; Stevens (U) 26-16-1-189-1. Receiving — R. Harmon (I) 11-102-0; Happel (I) 6-89-1; Sherrard (U) 4-48-1; Dorrell (U) 3-59-0. Tackles — Washington (U) 10; Norton (U) 10; Taylor (U) 10.

Freedom Bowl UCLA 31, BYU 10 • December 30, 1986 ANAHEIM, Calif. – For the fifth consecutive year, No. 15 UCLA capped a successful campaign with a post-season victory, defeating BYU, 31-10. Tailback Gaston Green had a record-setting performance against the Cougars and the Bruin defense held BYU without a touchdown until just under two minutes remained in the contest. Green scored three touchdowns and passed for a fourth en route to setting a major-bowl record with 266 net yards rushing. By the end of the third quarter, he had already rushed for 262 yards and three scores. UCLA led just 7-3 at halftime, but the Bruins broke the game open with 17 third-quarter points.

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Weather: Clouds 68º. Attendance: 55,422. Scoring: BYU—Leonard Chitty, 32-yard field goal. UCLA—Gaston Green 3-yard run. Dave Franey converts. UCLA—Green, 1-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 3-yard run. Chitty converts.

BYU

18 43/73 221 43/25/3 86/294

HONOLULU, Hawai’i – 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.

Florida UCLA

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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, 1-yard run. Velasco converts. UCLA—Danny Thompson, 5-yard pass from Troy Aikman. Velasco converts. UCLA—Velasco, 32-yard field goal. FLA—Anthony Williams, 14-yard pass from Bell. Kick blocked.

Florida

UCLA

24 38/185 188 38/19/0 76/373

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

15 41/48 173 30/19/2 71/221

Top Individuals Rushing — Smith (F) 17-128-0; Ball (U) 23-49-0; W. Williams (F) 8-43-0; Brown (U) 10-29-1. Passing — Aikman (U) 30-19-0-173-1; Bell (F) 38-19-0-188-2. Receiving — Anderson (U) 4-52-0; Smith (F) 4-19-0; Snead (F) 3-62-0; Pickert (U) 3-37-0. Tackles — Washington (U) 12; Johnson (U) 11; Dial (U) 10.

Mobil Cotton Bowl UCLA 17, Arkansas 3 • January 2, 1989 DALLAS, Texas – 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).

19 49/423 95 21/8/1 70/518

Top Individuals Rushing — Green (U) 33-266-3; Greenwood (U) 5-104-0; Heimuli (B) 11-40-0; B. Hansen (B) 8-36-1. Passing — Jensen (B) 3118-3-124-0; 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.

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Weather: Cloudy 65º. Attendance: 74,304. Scoring: UCLA—Mark Estwick, 1-yard run. Alfredo Velasco converts. UCLA—Corwin Anthony, 1-yard pass from Troy Aikman. Velasco converts. ARK—Kendall Trainor, 49-yard field goal. UCLA—Velasco, 32-yard field goal.

4 22/21 21 14/4/1 36/42

UCLA

First Downs Carries/Net Yards Net Yards Passing Passes Att./Comp./Int. Total Plays/Total Yards

22 55/199 172 27/19/1 82/371

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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.

UCLA

19 26/119 189 38/17/3 64/308

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

14 41/92 176 28/17/1 69/268

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.

Rose Bowl Wisconsin 21, UCLA 16 • January 1, 1994 PASADENA, Calif. – 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 All-American season, Stokes set Rose Bowl records for receptions (14) and receiving yards (176) in the Bruins’ losing effort. Playing only days after a serious bout with the flu caused him to miss three practices during game week, UCLA quarterback Wayne Cook passed for 288 yards while completing 28 passes, the third-highest total in school history at the time. UCLA trailed most of the game, but pulled to within five points with 3:38 remaining in the game. On its next possession, UCLA moved from its own 38-yard line to the Badger 15-yard line as the clock ticked away the final seconds. Scoring

UCLA Wisconsin

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Weather: Haze 73º. Attendance: 101,237. Scoring: UCLA—Bjorn Merten, 27-yard field goal. WISC—Brent Moss 3-yard run. Rick Schnetzky converts. WISC—Moss, 1-yard run. Schnetzky converts. UCLA—Ricky Davis 12-yard run. Merten converts. WISC—Darrell Bevell 21-yard run. Schnetzky converts. UCLA—Mike Nguyen, 5-yard pass from Wayne Cook. Pass failed.

Wisconsin

Scoring

21 46/250 96 20/10/1 66/346

UCLA

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

31 40/212 288 43/28/1 83/500

Top Individuals Rushing — Moss (W) 36-158-2; Davis (U) 13-88-1; Hicks (U) 8-67-0. Passing — Cook (U) 43-28-1-288-1; Bevell (W) 20-101-96-0. 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.

Jeep Eagle Aloha Bowl Kansas 51, UCLA 30 • December 25, 1995

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) 7-20-10-0. Receiving — Farr (U) 4-48-0; McCracken (U) 2-16-0. Tackles — Kline (U) 8; Davis (U) 6; Wahler (U) 6.

UCLA

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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.

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BYU UCLA

UCLA 20, Florida 16 • December 25, 1987

Hancock Bowl UCLA 6, Illinois 3 • December 31, 1991 EL PASO, Texas – 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 32yard 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

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HONOLULU, Hawai’i – 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.


BOWL HISTORY Scoring

UCLA Kansas

0 7

0 10

7 20

23 14

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30 51

Weather: Sunny 84º. Attendance: 41,112. Scoring: KU—Jim Moore, 9-yard pass from Mark Williams. Jeff McCord converts. KU—June Henley, 49-yard run. McCord converts. KU—McCord, 27-yard field goal. KU—Henley, 2-yard run. McCord kick fails. UCLA—Brad Melsby, 8-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, 8-yard pass from McNown. Merten converts. UCLA—Karim Abdul-Jabbar, 5-yard run. Melsby pass from McNown. KU—Williams, 6-yard run. McCord converts. UCLA—Melsby, 7-yard pass from McNown. Abdul-Jabbar run. KU—Eric Vann, 67-yard run. McCord converts.

UCLA

KU

21 45/286 136 38/15/0 83/395

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

21 43/277 292 28/19/1 71/548

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) 4-20-15-0. 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.

Southwestern Bell Cotton Bowl UCLA 29, Texas A&M 23 • January 1, 1998 DALLAS, Texas – 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 thirdand-thirteen at the Aggie 42 with twenty-four seconds to go. McNown hit Danny Farmer over the middle with a twenty-yard pass, and two plays later, hit Jim McElroy for a touchdown with two seconds to go before halftime. On UCLA’s first possession of the second half, Skip Hicks took a McNown pass 41 yards to cut the deficit to 16-14. Hicks would finish the day with 193 all-purpose yards (140 on the ground and 53 receiving). After an Aggie touchdown, McNown’s 20-yard touchdown run made the score 23-21. In the fourth quarter, the Bruins defense stepped it up. The Aggies had no first downs in the quarter and had minus-one yard of total offense. The Bruins finally moved into 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 Texas A&M

0 7

7 9

14 7

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29 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, 5-yard run. McNown runs for conversion.

UCLA

23 48/154 239 30/16/1 78/393

Texas A&M

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

10 40/192 55 14/7/1 54/247

Top Individuals Rushing — Hicks (U) 31-140-0; Hall (T) 7-93-1. Passing — McNown (U) 16-29-1-239-2; Stewart (T) 4-8-0-30-0; McCown (T) 3-6-125-0. Receiving — McElroy (U) 5-84-1; Farmer (U) 4-40-0; Hicks (U) 3-53-1; Cole (T) 4-32-0; Oliver (T) 3-23. Tackles — Magee (U) 12, Williams (U) 10, Willmer (U) 9, Guidry (U) 8.

Rose Bowl presented by AT&T Wisconsin 38, UCLA 31 • January 1, 1999 PASADENA, Calif. – 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. Scoring

Wisconsin UCLA

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7 7

7 3

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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, 7-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, 46-yard interception return. Davenport converts. UCLA—Sailer, 30-yard field goal.

Wisconsin

UCLA

22 48/343 154 17/9/0 65/497

First Downs Net Yards Rushing. Net Yards Passing Passes Att/Comp/Int Total Plays/Total Yards

25 38/120 418 36/21/1 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) 19-34-1-2340; 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.

Wisconsin 21, UCLA 20 • December 29, 2000 EL PASO, Texas – 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

7 10

0 7

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.

SEGA Sports Las Vegas Bowl UCLA 27, New Mexico 13 • December 25, 2002 LAS VEGAS, Nev. – 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 squad 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. Scoring

New Mexico UCLA

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0 3

0 7

7 14

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13 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, 1-yard run. Fikse converts. NMX—Joe Manning, 11-yard pass from Casey Kelly. Kenny Byrd converts.

New Mexico

Wells Fargo Sun Bowl

Wisconsin UCLA

Top Individuals

7 3

7 0

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21 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, 7-yard run. Griffith converts. UCLA—Griffith, 25-yard field goal. WISC—Chris Chambers, 3-yard pass from Bollinger. Pisetsky converts. WISC—Michael Bennett, 6-yard run. Pisetsky converts.

UCLA

15 34/45 237 35/18/1 69/282

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

9 39/73 94 22/12/1 61/167

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.

Silicon Valley Football Classic Fresno State 17, UCLA 9 • December 30, 2003 SAN JOSE, Calif. – 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. Scoring

Wisconsin

18 44/177 130 18/9/1 62/307

UCLA

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

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20 37/114 282 33/20/1 70/396

UCLA Fresno State

0 14

7 3

2 0

0 0

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9 17

Weather: Cool, Wet 50º. Attendance: 20,126 Scoring: Fresno—Bryson Sumlin, 1-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.


BOWL HISTORY UCLA

FSU

11 25/68 96 31/11/1 56/164

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

20 49/156 133 26/12/1 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.

Pioneer PureVision Las Vegas Bowl Wyoming 24, UCLA 21 • December 23, 2004 LAS VEGAS, Nev. – 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 gamewinning touchdown pass with just 0:57 on the clock. Scoring

Wyoming UCLA

10 0

0 14

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UCLA

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Scoring

Northwestern UCLA

22 7

0 22

3 7

13 14

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38 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,5yard run. Jimmy Rotstein converts. UCLA—Ryan Moya, 58-yard pass from Drew Olson. Rotstein converts. UCLA—Bell, 6-yard run. Lewis, pass from Olson. UCLA—Marcus Everett 8-yard pass from D. Olson. Rotstein converts. UCLA—Michael Pitre, 5-yard pass from D.Olson. Rotstein converts. NW—Amado Villarreal, 31-yard field goal. NW—Mark Philmore, 8-yard pass from Brett Basanez. Basanez conversion pass intercepted. UCLA—Brandon Breazell, 42-yard kickoff return. Brian Malette converts. NW—Shaun Herbert, 5-yard pass from Basanez. Villarreal converts. UCLA—Breazell, 45-yard kickoff return. Rotstein converts.

Northwestern

UCLA

33 32/168 416 70/38/2 102/584

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

24 50/310 143 24/10/3 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.

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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.

Wyoming

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).

19 42/126 185 24/13/0 66/311

Top Individuals Rushing — Drew (U) 25-126-0, Harris (W) 13-27-0. Passing — Bramlet (W) 34-20-1-307-2, 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.

Vitalis Sun Bowl

Emerald Bowl

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; UCLA Tackles - Verner 9, C. Taylor 8, Horton 6, Van 5, McNeal 4, R. Carter 4, Davis 4.

Pioneer Las Vegas Bowl BYU 17, UCLA 16 • December 22, 2007 LAS VEGAS, Nev. – In the second meeting of the season between

the two schools, the Cougars came out on top in Las Vegas. The first quarter saw the teams trade field goals. BYU took a 10-3 lead early in the second quarter on a touchdown pass. 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 four-yard 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 at the break. After a scoreless third quarter, UCLA tacked on another field goal with 6:24 remaining to trail by just one, 17-16. The Bruin offense got the ball back one last time with two minutes to play and marched down the field to set up a potential game-winning field goal try with just seconds remaining. However, the Cougars blocked the attempt. Chris Markey led all rushers with 117 yards. Kyle Bosworth led the defense with 12 tackles, while Bruce Davis tallied 2.5 sacks. Scoring

UCLA BYU

UCLA

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – In front of a sold out, predominantly Bruinfriendly 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 the game’s first touchdown, but UCLA then tallied 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 halftime up 20-13. The Seminoles began 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, scoring 21 unanswered points, capped off by an 86-yard interception return for a score. In the game, UCLA racked up 434 yards of total offense with 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.

18 47/162 154 29/11/1 76/316

Scoring

Florida State UCLA

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6 10

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44 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 Patrick 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.

FSU

21 30/105 325 43/21/1 73/430

UCLA

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

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17 35/194 240 36/15/2 71/434

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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.

Florida State 44, UCLA 27 • December 27, 2006

UCLA 50, Northwestern 38 • December 30, 2005 EL PASO, Texas – The Bruins rebounded from an early 22-point deficit to record the then biggest comeback in school history, as they defeated Northwestern 50-38 in El Paso, TX. Led by a pair of young running backs, true soph 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 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. 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 on a scoring pass. 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 up into the hands of receiver Brandon Breazell who returned it 42 yards for a score. With 24 seconds to play, the Wildcats scored to close to within 43-38. Another onside kick by the Wildcats was picked up by Breazell, who this time ran 45 yards for a touchdown. The two schools combined to set a Sun Bowl record for total yards (1,037) and highest combined score (88). Markey and Bell were named the game’s co-MVPs, while Breazell was named the Special Teams Player of the Game. Junior tailback Maurice Drew, who was

Top Individuals

BYU

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

17 28/34 231 35/21/0 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.

EagleBank Bowl UCLA 30, Temple 21 • December 29, 2009 WASHINGTON, D.C. – 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 Temple

7 7

3 14

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13 0

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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.


BOWL HISTORY UCLA

TEM

13 28/93 221 31/16/1 59/314

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

18 42/123 159 23/13/2 65/282

Top Individuals Rushing - Brown (T) 20-83-1, Moline (U) 15-69-0, Pierce (T) 1253-1; 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.

Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl Illinois 20, UCLA 14 • December 31, 2011 SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – UCLA dropped a 20-14 decision to Illinois in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl in San Francisco. After a scoreless first quarter, the Bruins jumped out to a 7-0 lead on a 16-yard scoring pass from Kevin Prince to Taylor Embree. The Bruin defense held the Fighting Illini to a field goal on the final drive of the first half after the Big 10 squad had a first-and-goal from the Bruin five-yard line. After the teams traded missed field goals in the third quarter, Prince had a pass intercepted and returned for a touchdown in the final minute of the quarter which gave Illinois a 10-7 lead heading into the final 15 minutes. The Illini offense then scored on its next two possessions, adding a field goal, early in the fourth quarter, and a touchdown, on a long scoring pass, for a 20-7 lead with 5:32 to play. The Bruins answered by driving 84 yards on nine plays to score on a Prince to Nelson Rosario 38-yard pass with 29 seconds remaining. Illinois recovered the subsequent on-side kick attempt and ran out the clock. Prince finished with 201 yards passing on the day, but the stingy Illinois defense yielded just 18 Bruin yards on the ground. Linebackers Jordan Zumwalt and Eric Kendricks led the UCLA defense with 10 tackles each. Scoring

UCLA Illinois

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Weather: Partly Cloudy, 63º. Attendance: 29,878 Scoring: UCLA—Taylor Embree, 16-yard pass from Kevin Prince. Tyler Gonzalez converts. ILL—Derek Dimke, 36-yard field goal. ILL—Terry Hawthorne, 39-yard interception return. Dimke converts. ILL—Dimke, 37-yard field goal. ILL—A.J. Jenkins, 60-yard pass from Nathan Scheelhaase. Dimke converts. UCLA—Nelson Rosario, 38-yard pass from Prince. Gonzalez converts.

UCLA

14 30/18 201 29/14/1 59/219

ILL

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

17 43/178 148 33/19/1 76/326

Top Individuals Rushing - Scheelhaase (I) 22-110-0, Young (I) 12-45-0, Coleman (U) 9-39-0, Franklin (U) 8-34-0; Receiving - Jenkins (I) 6-80-1, Fauria (U) 5-36-0, Smith (U) 3-60-0, Rosario (U) 3-55-1, Evans (U) 1-29-0; Passing - Prince (U) 14-29-1-201-2, Scheelhaase (I) 18-30-1-139-1; UCLA Tackles - Zumwalt 10, Kendricks 10, Love 8, Hilliard 7, Graham 6.

Bridgepoint Education Holiday Bowl Baylor 49, UCLA 26 • December 27, 2012 SAN DIEGO, Calif. – UCLA dropped a 49-26 decision to Baylor in the Bridgepoint Holiday Bowl. Redshirt freshman quarterback Brett Hundley established a new school single-season mark for passing yardage during the contest as he threw for 329 yards and three scores. The Bruins finished the season at 9-5, after playing in its first Holiday Bowl game. After BU extended its lead to 21-0 early in the second, the Bruin defense forced a fumble and two plays later Hundley found Joseph Fauria for a 22-yard score with 6:21 to play. However, Baylor came right back to reassert its control of the game with a seven-play, 75-yard touchdown drive. The Bears scored on the next possession as well before UCLA closed the half with a 30-yard field goal by Ka’imi Fairbairn. The Bruins used another field goal by Fairbairn, this one from 40-yards out, to make the score 35-13 early in the third quarter. The Bruin defense held on BU’s next possession and, after Shaq Evans’ 43-yard punt return, had the ball at the Baylor 41-yard line. However, four straight incomplete passes turned the ball over and BU drove down for a touchdown to carry a 42-13 advantage into the final quarter of play. Hundley connected on a 24-yard scoring pass to Evans following

ALL-TIME BOWL RESULTS (16-19-1 Overall) Date Dec. 26, 2017 Dec. 26, 2015 Jan. 2, 2015 Dec. 31, 2013 Dec. 27, 2012 Dec. 31, 2011 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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UCLA Score UCLA 17 UCLA 29 UCLA 40 UCLA 42 UCLA 26 UCLA 14 UCLA 30 UCLA 16 UCLA 27 UCLA 50 UCLA 21 UCLA 9 UCLA 27 UCLA 20 UCLA 31 UCLA 29 UCLA 30 UCLA 16 UCLA 6 UCLA 17 UCLA 20 UCLA 31 UCLA 45 UCLA 39 UCLA 45 UCLA 24 UCLA 14 UCLA 10 UCLA 6 UCLA 23 UCLA 14 UCLA 3 UCLA 14 UCLA 20 UCLA 14 UCLA 0

Opponent Score Kansas State 35 Nebraska 37 Kansas State 35 Virginia Tech 12 Baylor 49 Illinois 20 Temple 21 Brigham Young 17 Florida State 44 Northwestern 38 Wyoming 24 Fresno State 17 New Mexico 13 Wisconsin 21 Wisconsin 38 Texas A&M 23 Kansas 51 Wisconsin 21 Illinois 3 Arkansas 3 Florida 16 Brigham Young 10 Iowa 28 Miami 37 Illinois 9 Michigan 14 Michigan 33 Arkansas 10 Alabama 36 Ohio State 10 Michigan State 12 Minnesota 21 Michigan State 17 Michigan State 28 Illinois 45 Georgia 9

another Baylor fumble, but the two-point pass failed to click. The Bruins ended the game with a 34-yard touchdown pass from Hundley to Logan Sweet. Hundley (3,740 passing yards) moved past Cade McNown’s 1998 single-season passing yardage mark of 3,470 on the scoring pass to Fauria. It was Fauria’s 12th scoring reception of the season, a total which ranks second on the school single-season list behind J.J. Stokes’ total of 17 set in the 1993 season, and his 20th career scoring catch which tied him for third on that school list. Evans finished the season with 60 catches, a total which ranked eighth on the all-time school single-season list. Kendricks finished with 150 tackles, good for third on the all-time school single-season list. The Bruins set a new school record for points scored in a season (482) on Hundley’s 34-yard scoring pass to Sweet. The old mark was 477 points scored in the 1997 season. Scoring

Baylor UCLA

14 0

21 10

7 3

7 13

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49 26

Weather: Clear, 53º. Attendance: 55,507 Scoring: BU—Glasco Martin, 4-yard run. Aaron Jones converts. BU—Antwan Goodley, 8-yard pass from Nick Florence. Jones converts. BU—Tevin Reese, 55-yard pass from Florence. Jones converts. UCLA—Joseph Fauria, 22-yard pass from Brett Hundley. Ka’imi Fairbairn converts. BU—Martin, 26-yard run. Jones converts. BU—L. Seastrunk, 43-yard run. Jones converts. UCLA—Fairbairn, 30-yard field goal. UCLA—Fairbairn, 40-yard field goal. BU—Martin, 1-yard run. Jones converts. BU—Martin, 26-yard run. Jones converts. UCLA—Shaq Evans 24-yard pass from Hundley. Pass failed. BU—Florence, 1-yard run. Jones converts. UCLA—Logan Sweet, 34-yard pass from Hundley. Fairbairn converts.

UCLA

17 28/33 329 52/26/0 80/362

BAYLOR

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

25 67/306 188 13/10/0 80/494

Bowl Game Cactus Bowl Foster Farms Bowl Valero Alamo Bowl Hyundai Sun Bowl Bridgepointe Education Holiday Bowl Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl EagleBank Bowl Pioneer Las Vegas Bowl Emerald Bowl Vitalis Sun Bowl Pioneer PureVision Las Vegas Bowl Silicon Valley Football Classic SEGA Sports Las Vegas Bowl Wells Fargo Sun Bowl Rose Bowl presented by AT&T Southwestern Bell Cotton Bowl Jeep Eagle Aloha Bowl Rose Bowl Hancock Bowl Mobil Cotton Bowl Jeep Eagle 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

Hyundai Sun Bowl UCLA 42, Virginia Tech 12 • December 31, 2013 EL PASO, Texas – Quarterback Brett Hundley used his arm and legs to help UCLA best Virginia Tech in the Sun Bowl. Hundley had touchdown runs of 86- and 7-yards and threw scoring passes of 8- and 59-yards against the Hokies’ fourth-ranked defense. He finished with 161 yards on the ground and 226 passing yards. “It was a special game,” Hundley said. “We played well as an offense. We had to make adjustments. When we did, we got things going.” Hundley and UCLA linebacker Jordan Zumwalt shared MVP honors. Zumwalt had 10 tackles and returned an interception 43 yards to set up a touchdown. “It’s the best game I’ve ever seen him play,” Mora said about Zumwalt. “He was unbelievable from start to finish. The Bruins (10-3) outscored the Hokies (8-5) 28-2 in the fourth quarter. After Virginia Tech cut it to 14-10 on a 22-yard field goal with 3:53 left in the third quarter, UCLA answered with a 12-play, 85-yard drive, capped by Paul Perkins’s 5-yard run early in the fourth. True freshman linebacker Myles Jack then intercepted a pass and returned 29 yards for a touchdown that made it 28-10. “In the second half we blocked things up better,” Mora said. “We got back to doing what we do best. We played with great tempo. We were not as uptight.” UCLA pushed it to 35-12 on Hundley’s 8-yard touchdown pass to freshman receiver Thomas Duarte with 7:31 to play. Hundley fired a 59-yard scoring strike down the right sideline to Shaquelle Evans for another score with 5:49 remaining. It wasn’t that easy early on, though, for UCLA, which led 14-7 at the half. Hundley had six carries for 168 yards in the half. He set the Sun Bowl record for rushing yards by a quarterback by halftime, even though he lost 7 yards in the second. The win in the first meeting between the teams allowed UCLA to post its first 10-win season since 2005. Scoring

Top Individuals Rushing - Franklin (U) 14-34-0, Seastrunk (B) 16-138-1, Martin (B) 21-98-3; Receiving - Evans (U) 7-82-1, Johnson (U) 5-116-0, Fauria (U) 5-59-1, Williams (B) 5-59-0, Reese (B) 2-68-1; Passing - Hundley (U) 26-50-0-329-3, Florence (B) 10-13-0-188-2; UCLA Tackles - Zumwalt 15, Kendricks 10.

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Virginia Tech UCLA

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2 28

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12 42

Weather: Clear, 47º. Attendance: 47,912 Scoring: UCLA—Brett Hundley, 7-yard run. Ka’imi Fairbairn converts. VT—J.C. Coleman, 1-yard run. Michael Branthover converts. UCLA—Hundley, 86-yard run. Fairbairn converts. VT—Branthover,


BOWL HISTORY 22-yard field goal. UCLA—Paul Perkins, 5-yard run. Fairbairn converts. UCLA—Myles Jack, 24-yard interception

UCLA

Va Tech

22 36/197 250 30/17/0 66/447

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

17 38/143 176 36/15/2 74/319

Scoring: UCLA—Brett Hundley, 10-yard run. Ka’imi Fairbairn converts. UCLA—Fairbairn 27-yd field goal. UCLA—Hundley 28 yd run, Fairbairn converts. KS—Matthew McCrane, 47-yd field goal. KS—McCrane 29-yd field goal. UCLA—Paul Perkins, 32-yard run. Fairbairn converts. UCLA—Devin Lucien 7-yd pass from Hundley. Fairbairn converts. KS—Tyler Lockett 3-yd pass from Jake Waters. Lockett pass from Waters. KS—DeMarcus Robinson 2-yd run. McCrane converts. UCLA—Fairbairn 44-yd field goal. KS—Waters 1-yd run. McCrane converts. UCLA—Perkins 67-yd run. Perkins rush failed. KS—Lockett 29-yd pass from Waters. McCrane converts.

Top Individuals Rushing - Hundley (U) 10-161-2, Manfro (U) 5-37-0, Thomas (VT) 3-49-0; Receiving - Evans (U) 4-92-1, James (U) 3-35-0, Lucien (U) 2-41-0, Payton (U) 2-24-0, Stanford (VT) 3-34-0; Passing Hundley (U) 16-29-0-226-2, Fafaul (U) 1-1-0-24-0; Thomas (V) 4-12-0-48-0, Leal (VT) 11-24-2-128-0; UCLA Tackles - Zumwalt 10, Goforth 8, Jefferson 7, Sermons 6.

Valero Alamo Bowl UCLA 40, Kansas State 35 • January 2, 2015 SAN ANTONIO (AP) - Even with a 31-6 halftime lead, UCLA coach Jim Mora knew the Bruins had a lot of work to do to finish off Kansas State in the Alamo Bowl. ‘’We’re playing the 11th-ranked team in the country, and it’s not going to be easy,’’ Mora said. ‘’You know they’re going to fight back. If they don’t fight back, they don’t deserve to be No. 11.’’ The No. 14 Bruins held on, beating the Wildcats 40-35 on Friday night. Kansas State scored 22 of the first 25 points in the second half, cutting it to 34-28 on quarterback Jake Waters’ 1-yard run with 4:54 left. Paul Perkins countered for UCLA with a 67-yard run with 2:20 to go. The Wildcats weren’t finished. Waters threw a 29-yard touchdown pass with 1:21 left, but Perkins recovered the onside kick for UCLA and the Bruins ran out the clock. Waters was sacked seven times - twice by Butkus Award winner Eric Kendricks - and threw an interception (Myles Jack) and lost a fumble. UCLA raced to a 17-0 lead in the first quarter, with quarterback Brett Hundley scoring on runs of 10 and 28 yards. The Bruins outgained Kansas State 218-4 and had a 9-1 edge in first downs in the quarter. In the second quarter, Perkins had a 32-yard touchdown run and Hundley threw a 7-yard scoring pass to Devin Lucien. The Bruins sacked Waters five times in the half. With the win, UCLA matched the school mark for victories in a season and become the ninth Bruin team to win as many as 10 games in a season. The 10-win season was the first back-to-back 10 wins seasons for the Bruin program since 1997 and 1998. The victory also marked UCLA’s 10th straight away from the Rose Bowl (including a school-best 7-0 record in 2014). The last time it had a streak of as many as 10 straight wins away from home was when it captured a school-best 10 straight during 1997-98. It went unbeaten in 12 straight games (10-0-2) away from home in a series of contests in 1974-76, but never won more than six in a row. Kendricks established a school record with his 11th double-digit tackle performance of the season and upped his school record career tackle total to 481. Kendricks finished the season with 149 tackles, which was fourth on the school single-season list. Hundley improved his school record totals in touchdown passes to 75 and total offense to 11,713 yards. Kicker Ka’imi Fairbairn became the first Bruin to register at least 100 points in three straight seasons during the contest. Receiver Jordan Payton caught a pass in his 16 straight game. With his four catches, receiver Payton moved up to sixth, with a total of 67, on the school’s all-time single-season receptions list. Perkins registered a new career-high of 194 yards rushing in the win and moved past Wendell Tyler (1,388-1975), Freeman McNeil (1,396-1979), Gaston Green (1,405-1986) and Karim Abdul-Jabbar (1,571) and into second-place on the school’s all-time single-season rushing list. Perkins’ season total of 1,575 yards ranks second on the all-time school list behind only Johnathan Franklin (1,734 in 2012). It was UCLA’s third win of the season over a team ranked in the AP top 15 at the time of the game, which is the most by the program since it defeated four such teams in 1952 --- previous 2014 wins were at No. 15 Arizona State and vs. No. 14 Arizona. In the 1952 season, the Bruins posted wins over No. 9 TCU, No. 13 Stanford, at No. 10 Wisconsin and at No. 11 California. UCLA has now played a game in the state of Texas in six straight calendar years: 2015 – Alamo Bowl, 2014 – win in Arlington, Texas vs. Texas, 2013 – win in El Paso, Texas Sun Bowl vs. Virginia Tech, 2012 – win in Houston, Texas at Rice, 2011 loss at U. of Houston, 2010 win at U. of Texas. Scoring

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UCLA

K-State

16 39/331 136 24/12/0 63/467 1/1 15/128 24:36 7/15 7/51 4/4

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

27 33/31 338 49/31/1 81/369 1/1 6/39 35:24 6/16 2/14 4/4

Top Individuals Rushing - Perkins (U) 20-194-2, Hundley (U) 11-96-2, Lucien (U) 1-34-0, Jones (KS) 9-19-0; Receiving - Payton (U) 4-58-0, Lucien (U) 3-29-1, Fuller (U) 2-19-0, Johnson (U) 2-11-0, Duarte (U) 1-19-0, Lockett (KS) 13-164-2, Sexton (KS) 10-104-0, Cook (KS) 3-26-0; Passing - Hundley (U) 12-24-0-136-1; Waters (KS) 31-48-1-338-2; UCLA Tackles - Kendricks 10, Moreau 9, Wadood 8, Jack 8, Jefferson 7.

Foster Farms Bowl Nebraska 37, UCLA 29 • December 26, 2015 SANTA CLARA, Calif. – Tommy Armstrong Jr. threw a touchdown pass and ran for another score to help Nebraska cap its season by beating UCLA 37-29 in the Foster Farms Bowl on Saturday night. The Cornhuskers (6-7) scored 30 straight points after falling behind 21-7 early to overtake the Bruins (8-5) and provide a happy ending to coach Mike Riley’s first season. Stanley Morgan Jr. gave Nebraska the lead for good with a onehanded, 22-yard catch in the third quarter and Imani Cross, Terrell Newby and Andy Janovich all ran for scores for the Cornhuskers. Armstrong completed 12 of 19 passes for 174 yards and ran for 76 more to lead the way for Nebraska, which had a season-high 326 yards rushing on 62 carries. Josh Rosen threw for 319 yards and two touchdowns for the Bruins. Nebraska only got the chance to play in a bowl because there were not enough six-victory teams to fill all 80 slots — and the Cornhuskers made the most of the opportunity by taking the game over in the third quarter. After tying the score with two late touchdowns in the second quarter, Nebraska outgained UCLA 196 to 1 in the third quarter behind a dominant running game. The Cornhuskers gained 151 yards on the ground alone in the third quarter, with the run game setting up Morgan’s touchdown catch that made the score 27-21 and then leading the way on drives that ended in a field goal and Armstrong’s 3-yard run in the opening minute of the fourth quarter to make the score 37-21. UCLA defensive back Jaleel Wadood recorded 10 tackles, one for loss, and added a fumble recovery while earning the Defensive Player of the Game honors.

21:45 5/12 1/7 2/3

Time of Possession Third Down Converstion/Att Sacks/Yds Red Zone

38:15 7/11 0/0 5/6

Top Individuals Rushing - Perkins (U) 12-68-1; Ozigbo (N) 21-87-0, Armstrong (N) 10-76-1; Cross (N) 15-55-1; Receiving - Andrews (U) 6-38-0, Duarte (U) 4-52-0, Walker (U) 3-88-1, Payton (U) 3-37-1; Reilly (N) 3-380, Westerkamp (N) 2-44-0; Passing - Rosen (U) 26-40-2-319-3, Armstrong (N) 12-19-0-174-1; UCLA Tackles - Clark 11, Wadood 10, Goforth 9, Wallace 8.

Cactus Bowl Kansas State 35, UCLA 17 • December 26, 2017 PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) - UCLA concluded its 2017 season with a 3517 loss to Kansas State at the Cactus Bowl. The Bruins (6-7) led 17-7 at the half, but Kansas State (8-5) scored four unanswered touchdowns in the second half to secure the win. The Bruins held a 17-7 advantage at halftime after two long touchdown passes from freshman quarterback Devon Modster. With K-State leading 10-3, Modster hit Jordan Lasley on a screen pass, and after a well-timed block by Christian Pabico, Lasley took it down 52 yards for the touchdown. The touchdown was Lasley’s ninth touchdown reception of the season and 14th of his career. After a quick three-and-out, the Bruins scored quickly on their next possession, with Modster bombing a 70-yard touchdown pass to Theo Howard on the second play of the drive. Kansas State flipped the script on the Bruins late in the third quarter, scoring two touchdowns in two minutes to take a 21-17 lead with 4:22 to play in the third. On fourth-and-goal on the one, Alex Delton pushed his way into the end zone to trim UCLA’s lead to 17-14 with 6:39 left on the clock. The Wildcats quickly got the ball back thanks to a Bruin fumble on their own 24, and four players later, Delton threw to Dominique Heath for an eight-yard touchdown and the lead. The Wildcats extended the lead to 28-17 on another fourth down touchdown. On fourth-and-one on the 41, Alex Barnes ran it for a 41-yard rushing touchdown with 14:01 to play in the game. Kansas State scored its final touchdown on a 15-play, 98-yard drive with 4:34 remaining. Modster finished the game 21-34 for a career-high 295 yards and two touchdowns. Lasley led UCLA with 128 yards receiving and tied a UCLA single-season record held by Freddie Mitchell in 2000 with his seventh 100-yard receiving game of the year. Howard recorded a career-high 119 yards receiving. Kenny Young, in his 42nd career start, and Jaleel Wadood led UCLA with nine tackles each. Quarterback Josh Rosen warmed-up before the game, but was not cleared by the medical staff to play in the contest. Scoring

Kansas State UCLA

7 3

0 14

14 0

14 0

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35 17

Weather: Clear, 66º indoors. Attendance: 32,859 Scoring: UCLA—JJ Molson, 44-yd field goal. KS—Alex Delton, 68yd run. Matthew McCrane converts. UCLA—Jordan Lasley 52-yd pass from Devon Modster. Molson converts. UCLA—Theo Howard, 70-yd pass from Modster. Molson converts. KS—Delton 1-yd run. McCrane converts. KS—Dominique Heath 8-yd pass from Delton.

Scoring UCLA Nebraska

7 7

14 14

0 9

8 7

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29 37

Weather: Partly Cloudy 46º. Attendance: 33,527 Scoring: UCLA—Paul Perkins, 1-yard run. Ka’imi Fairbairn converts. NEB—Imani Cross, 1-yard run. Drew Brown converts. UCLA—Kenneth Walker 60-yd pass from Josh Rosen. Fairbairn converts. UCLA—Nate Starks, 26-yard pass from Rosen. Fairbairn converts. NEB—Terrell Newby 3-yd run. Brown converts. NEB—Andy Janovich, 1-yard run. Brown converts. NEB—Stanley Morgan 22-yd pass from Tommy Armstrong. Kick failed. NEB—Brown 20-yd field goal. NEB—Armstrong 3-yd run. Brown converts. UCLA—Jordan Payton 9-yd pass from Rosen. Thomas Duarte pass from Rosen.

UCLA

17 16/67 319 41/26/2 57/386 2/0 7/56

NEB

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

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RB Paul Perkins ran for 194 yards in 2015 win over K-State.


TRADITION

UCLA’s NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP SEASON In 1954, 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.

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).

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 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.

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.

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 All-America 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.

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.

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.

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.

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).

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.

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.

The Bruins improved to 8-0 on the season the following week, shutting out Oregon, 41-0, in the Coliseum.

Final 1954 UPI Coaches’ Poll - 1. UCLA (9-0), 2. Ohio State (9-0), 3. Oklahoma (10-0), 4. Notre Dame (8-1), 5. Navy (7-2), 6. Ole Miss (9-1), 7. Army (7-2), 8. Arkansas (7-2), 9. Miami (8-1), 10 Wisconsin (7-2), 11t. Georgia Tech (8-3), 11t. Maryland (7-2-1), 11t USC (8-3), 14. Duke (7-2-1), 15. Michigan (6-3), 16. Penn State (7-2), 17. SMU (6-3-1), 18. Denver (9-1), 19. Rice (7-3), 20. Minnesota (7-2).

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.

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UCLA’S COLLEGE FOOTBALL HALL OF FAMERS

COACH TOMMY PROTHRO Served as head coach of the Bruins 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) … 1965 AFCA National Football Coach of the Year … Inducted into the UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame in 1986 … Coached 1962 Heisman Trophy winner Terry Baker at Oregon State … Inducted into the National Football Foundation (College Football) Hall of Fame in 1991.

QB TROY AIKMAN Inducted in the Class of 2008 ... 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 … 1987 Conference Offensive Player of the Year …Ranks seventh in school history in career touchdown passes (41); seventh in completions (406); eighth 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 fifth (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 both the NFF (2008) and Pro Football (2006) Halls of Fame … Had his UCLA jersey retired in Nov. of 2014.

LB 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 second on UCLA career tackles list, with 468, and first (161 in 1978) and second (159 in1976) on the single-season lists … 10th in the 1978 Hesiman Trophy balloting … 1978 Pop Warner Trophy winner as top player in West … Inducted into the UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame in 1991 … Inducted into the National Football Foundation (College Football) Hall of Fame in 1996.

QB GARY BEBAN Inducted in the Class of 1988 ... 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 … 1967 Sporting News Player of the Year, Pop Warner Trophy and Maxwell Award winner … Ranks 12th in career passing yards with 4,087 and eighth in career total offense with 5,358 yards … Ranks fifth in school history with 35 career touchdowns and 12th in scoring (214) … Led the team in passing and total offense three times … Charter member of UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame.

COACH 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 … 1954 AFCA National Football Coach of the Year … Charter member of the UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame … Inducted into the National Football Foundation (College Football) Hall of Fame in 1996.

OL 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 49’ ers 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, Sirius Sports radio … Inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 2010.

QB JOHN SCIARRA Inducted in the Class of 2014 ... Played quarterback at UCLA in 1972-73-74-75 and posted a 16-3-3 record as starter … Named a consensus All-American in 1975 … 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 … Finished seventh in the 1975 Heisman Trophy voting … Member of the Rose Bowl Hall of Fame ... NCAA Post-Graduate scholarship winner … NCAA Top 10 Award winner … National FB Foundation Scholar-Athlete … Played in the Canadian Football League and with the Philadelphia Eagles from 1978-83 … Was a member of the 1981 Eagles Super Bowl team.

COACH TERRY DONAHUE

OL AL SPARLIS

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 Pacific-10 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 … 1985 and 1993 Conference Coach of the Year … Inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 2000 … Inducted into the UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame in 2001.

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 (College Football) Hall of Fame in 1983.

HB 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 (College Football) Hall of Fame in 1956, the first UCLA player so honored … Sixth in the 1939 Heisman Trophy balloting … Ranks 18th on UCLA career rushing list with 1,915 yards (he ranked first from 1939 through 1972) and among the all-time leaders 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.

S 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 All-Americans 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 fifth in career tackles with 374 … Inducted into the UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame in 1991 … Inducted into the National Football Foundation (College Football) Hall of Fame in 1991 … Named to Class of 2017 Pro Football Hall of Fame.

WR 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 (College Football) Hall of Fame in 1976 … First Mexican born player to be drafted into the NFL … Went on to work as a coach in the NFL, serving as head coach of the New Orleans Saints (1967-70) … First Bruin in the NFF and Pro Football Halls of Fame.

HB BILLY KILMER Billy 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 with 1,889 yards … Led UCLA in total offense, passing and punting in 1959-60 and both rushing and scoring in 1960 … 1960 Pop Warner Trophy winner as top senior on the West Coast … 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 (College Football) Hall of Fame in 1999.

LB/C 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 (College Football) 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.

OL JONATHAN OGDEN Played offensive tackle in 1992-93-94-95 … Consensus All-American in 1995 … Twice selected All-Pac-10 (1994-95) … Four-year starter … Winner of 1995 Outland Trophy … Runner-up for 1995 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 … Selected in first round (No. 4 overall) by the Baltimore Ravens in the 1996 NFL Draft … Selected to play in 11 Pro Bowls … Played in the 2001 Super Bowl … Retired on June 12, 2008 after 12 NFL seasons … UCLA jersey was retired in Feb. of 1997 … Selected to the National Football Foundation (College Football) Hall of Fame in 2012 … Class of 2013 Pro Football Hall of Fame.

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BRUINS IN THE PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME QB 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.

S KENNY EASLEY Inducted in 2017 … Played free safety for UCLA from 1977-1980 … First-round pick, No. 4 overall, by the Seattle Seahawks in 1981 NFL Draft … Played from 1981-87 with the Seahawks … 1981 AFC Defensive Rookie of the Year …1983 AFC Defensive Player of the Year … 1984 NFL Defensive Player of the Year after leading the league with 10 interceptions … Four-time All-Pro Selection … Recorded 32 interceptions as a pro … Named to the NFL’s All-Decade Team of the 1980’s … Inducted into the UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame in 1991 … Inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 1991 … Named to Class of 2017 Pro Football Hall of Fame.

WR 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 … First Mexican-born player to be drafted into the NFL … Went on to work as a coach in the NFL, serving as head coach of the New Orleans Saints (1967-70) … The first Bruin in the Pro Football and College Football Hall of Fame … Passed away in 2000.

Troy Aikman

DB JIMMY JOHNSON Inducted in 1994 … 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 … Also caught 40 passes for a 17.25 yards per catch average … Brother of 1960 Olympic gold medalist Rafer Johnson.

OL JONATHAN OGDEN Inducted in 2013 … Selected in first round (No. 4 overall) by the Baltimore Ravens in the 1996 NFL Draft … Played 12 seasons with the Ravens … Selected to play in 11 Pro Bowls … Named All-Pro nine times … Played in the 2001 Super Bowl … Retired on June 12, 2008 after 12 NFL seasons … UCLA jersey was retired in Feb. of 1997 … Selected to the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 2012.

QB/ DB/ K 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.

Jonathan Ogden

Bob Waterfield (l) Jimmy Johnson

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UCLA’S ALL-AMERICANS UCLA has had 97 first-team All-American selections (87 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, were 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, 2013 Lott Trophy winner Anthony Barr, 2014 Lott Trophy, Butkus Award winner Eric Kendricks and 2015 Groza Award winner Ka’imi Fairbairn. Chris Sailer is the only Bruin to earn first-team All-America honors at two positions in the same season. Year 1938 1939 1942 1945 1946

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Name * 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) * Freddie Mitchell, wr Brian Polak, og (second team)

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Name * 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 Rahim Moore, s Akeem Ayers, lb (second team) Jeff Locke, p (third team) Johnathan Franklin, rb Anthony Barr, lb (second team) Xavier Su’a-Filo, og (third team) ! Anthony Barr, lb Xavier Su’a-Filo, og (second team) !& Eric Kendricks, lb ^* Ka’imi Fairbarin, pk Kenny Clark, dl (third team)

Selections are first team unless otherwise indicated. *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; ! Lott IMPACT Trophy Winner, &Butkus Award winner

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MULTIPLE-YEAR FIRST-TEAM ALL-AMERICA SELECTIONS Rahim Moore, s - 2009, 1010 John Lee, k - 1984, 1985 Kenny Easley, s - 1978, 1979, 1980 Jerry Robinson, lb - 1976, 1977, 1978 Bob Davenport, fb - 1954, 1955 Paul Cameron, hb - 1952, 1953 Donn Moomaw, lb - 1950, 1952

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#38 Burr Baldwin: E • 6-1 • 196 • Bakersfield, Calif. (Kern County HS) Played end in 1941-42-46 … Consensus All-American in 1946 … UCLA’s first consensus All-American … 1946 team MVP and cocaptain … 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.

#33 Karim Abdul-Jabbar: RB • 5-11 • 198 • Los Angeles, Calif. (Dorsey HS) Played tailback in 1992-94-95 … Earned All-America honors in 1995 … Set UCLA single-season rushing record (since broken) with 1,567 yards in 1995, despite missing virtually two entire games … 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 … Became seventh player in Pac-10 history and first Bruin to rush for over 1,200 yards in back-to-back seasons … Tied school record (since broken) 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 … Selected in the third round of the 1996 NFL Draft by the Miami Dolphins and rushed for over 1,000 yards as a rookie … Led the NFL in total touchdowns in 1997 … Also played with Cleveland and Indianapolis.

#11 Anthony Barr: LB • 6-4 • 240 • San Pedro, Calif. (Loyola HS) Played linebacker in 2012 and 2013 after being a running back in his first two seasons in the program … 2013 Lott IMPACT Trophy winner … 2013 Team Co-Captain … Totaled 41.5 tackles for loss in his career, sixth on the all-time school list … His career total of 23.5 sacks is tied for sixth on that school list … Ranked among the nation’s leaders in sacks (2nd) and tackles for loss in 2012 … Second-team All-America pick in 2012 … Named first-team All-Pac-12 after 2012 and 2013 seasons … Selected in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft by the Vikings and named to the Pro Bowl in 2015-17.

#8 Troy Aikman: QB • 6-4 • 217 • Henryetta, Okla. (Henryetta HS) Played quarterback in 1987-88 after transfering from Oklahoma … Earned consensus All-America honors in 1988 … Won Davey O’Brien award as nation’s top quarterback in 1988 and placed third in Heisman Trophy balloting … Posted a 20-4 two-year record as a starter … Led Bruins to wins in 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 (since broken) in a game … In his two-year career, he completed 406 passes (No. 7) for 5,298 yards (No. 8) and 41 touchdowns (No. 7) … Named UCLA offensive MVP in 1988 … Selected as 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 UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame in 1999 … Inducted into Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2006 … Inducted into National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 2008 … Had his UCLA jersey retired in 2014.

#43 Dave Ball: DE • 6-5 • 235 • Dixon, Calif. (Dixon HS) Played DE in 2000-01-02-03, starting the final three seasons … Earned consensus All-A honors as senior (2003) … ABC-Chevrolet National Defensive Player of the Year … Finalist for the Nagurski Trophy for National Defensive Player of the Year; the Lombardi Award, presented to Nation’sTop Lineman; and the Ted Hendricks National Defensive End of the Year Award … Winner of 2003 Pop Warner Award as Top Senior Player on 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 by player vote … Tied for national lead with 16.5 sacks in 2003, setting a new UCLA record … Finished career with a school-record 30.5 sacks … Made 27.5 sacks in final two years (25 games) … His 20.5 tackles for losses in 2003 rank No. 6 on UCLA’s single-season list and his 43.5 career tackles for losses rank No. 3 … First pick in fifth round of 2004 NFL draft by San Diego Chargers … Also played with Carolina Panthers, New York Jets and Tennessee Titans.

#33 Kermit Alexander: HB • 5-11 • 187 • Los Angeles, Calif. (Mt. Carmel HS) 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 … Played in the 1968 Pro Bowl.

#57 Mike Ballou: LB • 6-3 • 230 • Los Angeles, Calif. (Los Angeles HS) Played middle linebacker in 1967-68-69 … Earned consensus AllAmerica honors in 1969 … Started 29 of 30 games in his career … 1969 tri-captain … Transferred to UCLA from Santa Monica College … Served as captain of his team in the Shrine All-Star Game … Drafted in third round of the 1970 NFL Draft … Played the 1970 season with the Boston Patriots.

#83 Jimmy Allen: DB • 6-2 • 191 • Clearwater, Fla. (Los Angeles HS) Played defensive back in 1972-73 … Named All-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 Gary Beban: QB • 6-0 • 195 • Redwood City, Calif. (Sequoia HS) Quarterbacked the Bruins in 1965-66-67 … 1967 Heisman Trophy winner and a consensus All-American … Three-time All-Coast performer … Led team in total offense, passing and scoring in 1965-67 … Fourth in1966 Heisman Trophy balloting … Inducted into National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 1988 … Still ranks among all-time leaders at UCLA in career passing yards (No. 12 - 4,087 yards), total offense (No. 8 - 5,358 yards) and touchdowns scored (No. 5 - 35) … One of nine players to have his number retired … Charter member of UCLA’s Hall of Fame … Second-round selection by Rams, he also played a couple of seasons with the Washington Redskins.

#81 Charles Arbuckle: TE • 6-2 • 223 • Houston, Texas (Willowridge HS) 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 … 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 … Has worked as a college football analyst for ESPN.

#63 Jim Brown: • G • 6-0 • 200 • Los Angeles, Calif. (Loyola HS) 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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#19 Jeff Dankworth: QB • 6-0 • 200 • Reno, Nev. (Reno HS) Played quarterback in 1974-75-76 … Earned All-America honors in 1976 … 1974 Rookie of the Year … 1976 total offense leader (1,681 yards) 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 Post-Graduate Scholarship winner … NCAA Top 10 award winner … Football Foundation Hall of Fame Scholarship winner.

#34 Paul Cameron: HB • 6-0 • 179 • Burbank, Calif. (Burbank HS) 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 (1,482 yards) … Rushing (665 yards) and scoring leader (78 points) 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.

#27 Bob Davenport: FB • 6-1 • 210 • Long Beach, Calif. (Jordan HS) Played fullback in 1953-54-55 … First Bruin to earn back-to-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 … 1955 Pop Warner Trophy winner as top senior in West … Team posted a 26-4 record in his three seasons … Went on to play a season in the Canadian Football League.

#68 Frank Cornish: OL • 6-4 • 280 • Chicago, Ill. (Mt. Carmel HS) 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 sixth round of 1990 NFL Draft by San Diego Chargers … Played for San Diego, Dallas, Minnesota, Jacksonville and Philadelphia … Played in the 1993 and 1994 Super Bowls with Cowboys to become part of the first father-son combination to have appeared in a Super Bowl.

#44 Bruce Davis: DE/LB • 6-3 • 250 • Houston, Texas (Clear Creek HS) Four-year letterman (2004-05-06-07) as a defensive end and linebacker … As a starting DE in 2006, he earned first-team AllAmerica honors from CollegeFootballNews.com and SI.com … Earned second-team honors (Walter Camp Foundation) in 2007 … Twice second-team All-Pac-10 (2006-07) … 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 tackles for loss … As a senior, made 12.0 sacks and 15.5 TFL … Ranks tied for fourth (2006) and eighth (2007) on UCLA’s season sack list and second with 29.0 career sacks …Ranks fourth on UCLA list with 42.5 career TFL … Made 47 tackles as a junior … Made 45 tackles as a senior … Selected by Pittsburgh in the third round of the 2008 NFL draft.

#51 Randy Cross: OL • 6-4 • 260 • Tarzana, Calif. (Crespi HS) 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 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 … Six-time All-Pro selection … Works as football television analyst … Inducted into National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 2010.

#60 Hardiman Cureton: G • 6-1 • 218 • Duarte, Calif. (Monrovia HS) #5 Kenny Easley: S • 6-3 • 206 • Chesapeake, Va. (Smith HS)

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 … His team won the Grey Cup Championship in 1963 … A 2005 UCLA Hall of Fame inductee.

Played free safety in 1977-78-79-80 … First player in Pac-10 history to be named first-team All-League in four straight years … UCLA’s second three-time consensus All-American … UCLA’s all-time interception leader (19) … Fifth in career tackles (374) … ‘77 Rookie of the Year … ‘78 Most Improved Player … ‘79 Outstanding Player vs. USC … ’80 Leadership award winner … 1979-80 Defensive team MVP … Ninth in1980 Heisman Trophy balloting … No. 5 Bruin jersey is retired … First-round pick, No. 4 overall, by Seattle in 1981 NFL draft … Played from 1981-87 with Seahawks … Four-time All-Pro selection … Named to NFL’s 1980’s All-Decade Team … 1981 AFC Defensive Rookie of the Year … 1983 AFC Defensive Player of the Year … 1984 NFL Defensive Player of the Year … Inducted into National FB Foundation Hall of Fame and UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame in 1991 … Class of 2017 Pro Football Hall of Fame.

#50 Dave Dalby: OL • 6-2 • 250 • Whittier, Calif. (La Serna HS) Played center in 1969-70-71 … Earned All-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 … Three-time Super Bowl Champion with the Raiders.

#21 Oscar Edwards: DB • 6-0 • 187 • Riverside, Calif. (North HS) 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.

#43 Matt Darby: S • 6-2 • 205 • Virginia Beach, Va. (Green Run HS) Played strong safety in 1988-89-90-91 … Earned All-America 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. 9) … 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.

#77 Jack Ellena: T • 6-1 • 225 • Susanville, Calif. (Lassen HS) 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 … Named UPI Lineman of the Year in 1954 … Team posted 25-3 record in his three seasons … Two-time Pacific Coast Intercollegiate Heavyweight wrestling champion … Also earned All-America honors on the UCLA wrestling team … Went on to play in both the NFL and the Canadian Football League.

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#22 Marvin Goodwin: S • 6-1 • 198 • Camden, N.J. (Wilson HS) 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 fifth round of the 1994 NFL Draft by the Philadelphia Eagles.

#15 Ka’imi Fairbairn: K • 6-0 • 190 • Kailua, Hawai’i (Punahou School) Won the 2015 Lou Groza Award winner as the nation’s best kicker … Handled all placekicks in 2012-13-14-15 … Earned consensus first-team All-America honors in 2015 … Finished his career as the all-time leading scorer in Pac-12 and school history (413) … Made a UCLA and conference game record long 60-yard field goal vs. Cal in 2015 … First Bruin to record four straight seasons of 100-plus points … Finished his career having made 41 straight field goals from 35 yards and in … Second-team all-conference selection in 2015 … Invited to the 2016 Senior Bowl and NFL Combine and played in the NFL with the Houston Texans.

#3 Carlton Gray: DB • 6-1 • 185 • Cincinnati, Ohio (Forest Park HS) Played cornerback in 1989-90-91-92 … Earned consensus AllAmerica 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 NCAA “Today’s Top Six” Award … Chosen in second round of 1993 NFL draft by Seattle Seahawks … Played with Seahawks, Indianapolis Colts, New York Giants and Kansas City Chiefs … Inducted into UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame in 2004.

#22 Mel Farr: RB • 6-2 • 208 • Beaumont, Texas (Hebert HS) 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 1965 (821 yds) and ’66 (809) … 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 1967-73 and was NFL Rookie of the Year in 1967 … Two-time Pro Bowl selection.

#44 Gaston Green: RB • 5-11 • 190 • Los Angeles, Calif. (Gardena HS) #71 Kris Farris: OT • 6-9 • 310 • Mission Viejo, Calif. (Santa Margarita HS)

Played tailback in 1984-85-86-87 … Named All-American in 1987 … Ended his career as all-time leading rusher at UCLA with 3,731 yards (since broken) and most 100-yard games with 20 … Set a single-season record for most rushing yards with 1,405 (now No. 4), most rushing TDs with 17 (since broken) and most 100-yard games with eight (since broken) … Offensive MVP in ’86 and ’87 … Eighth in ’87 Heisman Trophy balloting … Team went 36-10-2 in his four seasons … First-round selection (No. 14) of LA Rams in the 1988 NFL draft … Played in 1988-90 with Rams, 1991-92 with Denver Broncos and 1993 with the Raiders … 1991 Pro Bowl selection.

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.

#41 Spencer Havner: LB • 6-4 • 245 • Nevada City, Calif. (Nevada Union HS)

#25 Kai Forbath: K • 6-0 • 192 • Pacific Palisades, Calif. (Notre Dame HS)

Four-year starter (2002-03-04-05) at linebacker … Started 48 games … Earned first-team All-America honors from cbssportsline.com and collegefootballnews.com as a junior in ’04 … Named second-team All-American by Walter Camp Football Foundation … Concluded senior season ranked No. 3 on UCLA career tackles list (402) … Set 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 average of 11.36 tackles/g … His 125 tackles in ’04 rank 12th (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 … Went on to play with Green Bay Packers in 2006-10.

Bruin place kicker in 2007-08-09-10 … Earned consensus All-America honors in ’09 … Won Lou Groza Collegiate Place-Kicker Award as nation’s top place kicker in ’09 … Led nation in field goals per game (2.15) in ’09 and his 28 field goals in ’09 ranked No. 2 in UCLA history … Tied NCAA record for best Fg% in under-40 yard kicks (19-19, 2009) … Set NCAA record by making two or more field goals in 31 games … Had streak of 40 straight made field goals from inside 50 yards over the 2009-2010 seasons … Finished his Bruin career ranked tied for first in career field goals (85) and tied for second in career scoring (357) … Made school record 10 field goals of at least 50 yards during his career … His .842 career field goal percentage is second in school history … Played for Redskins, Saints and Vikings … Converted his first 17 straight field goals to begin his pro career and set an NFL record.

#2 Darryl Henley: DB • 5-10 • 175 • Ontario, Calif. (Damien HS) Played cornerback in 1985-86-87-88 … Earned consensus AllAmerica honors in 1988 … Ranked fifth in 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 1987 season … His 654 return yards set a school record … Finished career No. 2 in career punt returns with 66 … Credited with 51 tackles and a team-high 16 pass breakups in 1988 … Team went 37-9-2 in his four seasons … Selected in second round of 1989 NFL Draft by Los Angeles Rams … Played for the Rams from 1989-94.

#23 Jonathan Franklin: RB • 5-10 • 200 • Los Angeles, Calif. (Dorsey HS) A starter from 2009-12, Franklin finished his career as UCLA’s all-time leading rusher (4,403 yards) … Earned 2012 first-team All-America honors from CBSSports.com after setting a school single-season rushing record (1,734) and another school record for most 100-yard rushing games in a season (9) … He was also a second-team All-America selection by Associated Press … One of three finalists for 2012 Doak Walker Award … He made 45 starts in the Bruin backfield and his 19 career 100-yard rushing games rank second all-time at UCLA … Franklin also completed his career as school’s all-time leader in all-purpose yardage (4,925) and in 2012 set a new mark for singleseason all-purpose yardage (2,062) … He ended his career fifth on all-time Pac-12/10 rushing chart … Selected by Green Bay Packers in the 2013 NFL Draft.

#1 Efren Herrera: K • 5-10 • 185 • LaPuente, Calif. (LaPuente HS) 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 11th on the school career list … His 193 career points rank No. 15 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 … 1977 All-Pro selection … Appeared in the 1978 Super Bowl with the Cowboys.

#76 Cliff Frazier: DT • 6-6 • 254 • St. Louis, Mo. (Lafayette HS) 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.

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#21 Maurice Jones-Drew: KR • 5-8 • 205 • Antioch, Calif. (De La Salle HS) Two-year starter (2004-05) at tailback … Earned unanimous first-team All-America honors as kick returner as a junior (2005) … Set NCAA record by averaging 28.5 yards on 15 punt returns, including three for touchdowns of 72, 66 and 81 yards … Set school record with 1,863 all-purpose yards (since broken) as junior … Finished his career as UCLA’s all-time leader with 4,688 all-purpose yards (since broken) … As a junior, he scored 20 touchdowns (T-No. 2 on single-season list) and his 39 career touchdowns rank No. 4 … Sixteen TDs measured at least 40 yards … Ranks No. 2 (tied) for single-season scoring (120 points) and No. 11 on the career list (234) … Rushed for 1,007 yards as a sophomore, 914 yards as junior … His 2,503 career rushing yards rank No. 12 on that list … Semifinalist for Doak Walker Award … Second-round pick by Jacksonville in 2006 NFL Draft … Led NFL in rushing in 2011 … Three-time Pro Bowl selection … Member of UCLA Athletics’ 2017 Hall of Fame Class.

#42 Skip Hicks: RB • 6-1 • 221 • Wichita Falls, Texas (Burkburnett HS) Played tailback in 1993-94-96-97 … Earned first-team All-America as a senior … Set Pac-10 single-season record with 25 touchdowns as a senior and also became Pac-10’s all-time single-season scoring leader with 150 points (26 and 156 including Cotton Bowl) … Concluded his career as all-time Pac-10 leader in touchdowns with 55 … Finished his career with 3,140 yards (still No. 8 in school history) and 330 points (No. 5) … 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 … 1997 Pop Warner Trophy winner as top senior in West … Selected in third round of the 1998 NFL draft by Washington Redskins … Also was with Bears, Titans, Bengals and Panthers.

#4 Kevin Jordan: WR • 6-2 • 190 • Beltsville, Md. (High Point HS) Played wide receiver in 1992-93-94-95 … Earned All-America 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 regularseason record with 73 receptions (since broken) in 1994 … Completed his career ranked No. 1 at UCLA with 179 receptions (now No. 3) and 2,548 yards (now No. 4) … First Bruin to make at least 40 receptions in three seasons… Winner of UCLA Award for All-Around Excellence in 1995 after leading team with 43 receptions … Played with the Arizona Cardinals, Cincinnati Bengals and Denver Broncos.

#17 Justin Hickman: DE • 6-2 • 265 • Glendale, Ariz. (St. Mary’s HS) 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 fourth (tied) on UCLA’s season sack list and 11th with 19.5 career sacks …Ranks eighth (tied) on UCLA’s season TFL list and 20th (tied) with 31.0 career TFL … Made 42 tackles as a senior … Made three sacks against Notre Dame as a senior … Played with the Indianapolis Colts in 2012 and 2013.

#17 Billy Kilmer: HB • 6-0 • 200 • Azusa, Calif. (Citrus Union HS) 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 (1,889 yards) … Led UCLA in total offense, passing and punting in 1959-60 and both rushing (803 yds) and scoring (52 points) in 1960 … Fifth in the 1960 Heisman Trophy balloting … Enjoyed highly successful NFL career as a quarterback with San Francisco, New Orleans and Washington … Played in the 1973 Super Bowl with Redskins … Two-time All-Pro selection … Inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in December 1999.

#14 Chris Horton: S • 6-1 • 210 • Metarie, La. (De La Salle HS) Two-year starter (2006-07) and four-year letterman (2004-05-0607) at strong safety … As a senior, he earned first-team All-America 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 … Totaled a career-high 16 tackles at Washington State and had 3.0 sacks versus Arizona State … 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 … Made 238 tackles and three interceptions during his career … Selected by Washington Redskins in seventh round of the 2008 NFL draft.

#6 Eric Kendricks: LB • 6-0 • 230 • Fresno, Calif. (Hoover HS) Played linebacker in 2011-14 … Became first Bruin to win the Butkus Award in 2014 … Also won 2014 Lott IMPACT Trophy … Finished as school’s all-time leading tackler (481) … Recorded school-record 11 double-digit tackle games in 2014 and 25 for his career (2nd in school history) … Started games during all four years and finished with 42 career starts … Third Bruin to record three-straight 100 tackle seasons … Led nation in solo tackles in 2014 (7.8) … Led Pac-12 in tackles avg. in 2012, third in 2013, second in 2014 … His 150 tackles in 2012 were most by Bruin since 1978 … Selected by Vikings in second round of 2015 NFL Draft … Named to NFL All-Rookie team.

#50 Ron Hull: OL • 6-1 • 205 • Los Angeles, Calif. (Wilson HS) 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 19-102 record in his career … Later became head football coach at Cal State Los Angeles.

#31 Carnell Lake: LB • 6-1 • 210 • Inglewood, Calif. (Culver City HS) Carnell played linebacker in 1985-86-87-88 … Earned All-America honors in 1988 … National Football Foundation Hall of Fame Scholar Athlete award winner … Semifinalist for Butkus Award and Lombardi Trophy … Finalist for NCAA Top Six award … Credited with 78 tackles and 12.5 tackles for loss in 1988 … Led 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 second round by Pittsburgh in 1989, was an All-Pro defensive back for the Steelers and signed with Jacksonville in 1999 … Five-time Pro Bowl selection … Named to NFL All-90’s Decade team … Inducted into UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame in 2000 … Played with the Baltimore Ravens in 2001 … Served as Bruin assistant coach in 2009 season and joined the Steelers’ coaching staff in 2011.

#37 Kermit Johnson: RB • 6-1 • 185 • Los Angeles, Calif. (Blair HS) Played running back in 1971-72-73 … Named a consensus AllAmerican 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 13th 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 Lee: K • 5-10 • 175 • Downey, Calif. (Downey HS) John served as the Bruin place-kicker in 1982-83-84-85 … Named AllAmerican in 1984 and consensus All-American in 1985 … He was the fifth Bruin multi-year All-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 … Now No. 2 on UCLA’s career scoring list with 390 points … Second-round selection of the St. Louis Cardinals in the 1986 NFL draft … Played with the Cardinals in 1986.

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#24 Freeman McNeil: RB • 5-11 • 216 • Carson, Calif. (Banning HS) Played tailback in 1977-78-79-80 … Earned All-America honors in 1980 … Named All-Conference in 1979-80 … 1979 (1,396 yds) and 1980 (1,105) 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 and all-time career ball carrier with 3,195 yards … First-round pick and No. 3 selection overall by the NY Jets in the 1981 NFL draft … Played from 1981-92 with the Jets … Led the NFL in rushing in 1982 … Three-time Pro Bowl selection.

#72 Bill Leeka: T • 6-0 • 202 • Temple City, Calif. (Alhambra HS) 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.”

#92 Fred McNeill: DE • 6-3 • 222 • Baldwin Park, Calif. (Baldwin Park HS)

#19 Marcedes Lewis: TE • 6-6 • 256 • Long Beach, Calif. (Poly HS)

Fred played defensive end in 1971-72-73 … Named All-American 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 … Selected for induction into the UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame in 2012.

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 AllAmerica 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) by 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. 13 (tied) on the all-time list … His 58 receptions in 2005 rank No. 14 (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.

#18 Cade McNown: QB • 6-1 • 214 • West Linn, Ore. (West Linn HS) Started 44 of his 47 career games at quarterback in 1995-96-97-98, including final 43 straight … Earned consensus All-America honors in 1998 … As a senior, he won Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, placed third in balloting for Heisman Trophy and was finalist for Davey O’Brien Award … Set UCLA season records for passing yards (3,470, since broken), touchdown passes (25, since broken) and total offense (3,652, since broken) as well as single-game records in same three categories (513, five, since broken, and 515) … School leader in passing yards (10,708) … 2nd at school in total offense (11,285 yards — once a Pac-10 record, since broken) and touchdown passes (68, since broken) … Compiled 30-14 record as starter and led UCLA to school-record 20 consecutive victories during junior and senior seasons … 1998 Pac-10 co-Offensive Player of the Year … 8th in 1997 Heisman Trophy balloting … Selected in first round (No. 12) of the 1999 NFL Draft by Chicago Bears … Also a member of Dolphins and 49’ers ... 2017 Rose Bowl Game Hall of Fame inductee.

#82 Rommie Loudd: E • 6-2 • 226 • Madisonville, Texas (Jefferson HS) 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 … Became the first African-American coach in the AFL when he took a job with the Boston Patriots as linebackers coach in 1966 … From 1968-71, he was the Patriots Director of Player Personnel.

#46 Kirk Maggio: P • 5-11 • 165 • Glen Arm, Md. (Calvert Hall HS) The Bruins’ punter in 1986-87-88-89 … Earned All-America honors in 1989 … Also selected first-team All-Pac-10 (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 fourth on UCLA’s single-season list.

#7 Justin Medlock: K • 6-0 • 185 • Fremont, Calif. (Mission San Jose HS) Four-year starter (2003-04-05-06) at place kicker … Earned consensus All-A honors as senior in 2006 … Named first-team All-A by Associated Press, AFCA, Sporting News, FWAA, CollegeFootballNews.com and Scout.com … Second-team Walter Camp Foundation selection … Groza Award semifinalist in 2004-06… First-team All-Pac-10 in 2004-06 and second-team in 2005 …As 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 avg.) … 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, second among kickers … On UCLA’s career lists, he ranks tied for third 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 … First kicker in school history with two field goals of 50+ yards in same game … Had six 50-yard field goals in all … Selected by Kansas City in fifth round of the 2007 NFL draft … Played with Carolina Panthers and in the CFL … CFL All-Star in 2016.

#50 Don Manning: LB • 6-2 • 201 • Culver City, Calif. (Culver City HS) 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 three-year 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.

#37 Bjorn Merten: K • 6-1 • 200 • Centreville, Va. (Centreville HS) Bruin place kicker for four years (1993-94-95-96) … Earned AllAmerica 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 fifth at UCLA in career field goals (57) and sixth in career scoring (301 points).

#32 James McAlister: RB • 6-1 • 205 • Pasadena, Calif. (Blair HS) 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 … Set a school record in the long jump with a 27-0 1/2 effort in 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.

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#79 Jonathan Ogden: OT • 6-8 • 315 • Washington, D.C. (St. Albans HS) Played offensive tackle in 1992-93-94-95 … Earned consensus AllAmerica honors in 1995 … Twice selected All-Pac-10 (1994-95) … A four-year starter at left tackle … Winner of 1995 Outland Trophy and Morris Trophy … Runner-up for Lombardi Award … Did not allow a sack as a senior and just one in his final two years … Moved into starting lineup midway through his true freshman season and was a fixture for rest of his career … Selected in first round (No. 4 overall) by Baltimore Ravens in 1996 NFL Draft and earned All-Rookie 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 … Selected to National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 2012 … Class of 2013 Pro Football Hall of Fame … Also an NCAA champion (1996) shot putter.

#95 Jamir Miller: LB • 6-5 • 225 • El Cerrito, Calif. (El Cerrito HS) 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 the Year … 1993 UCLA Defensive MVP and first-team All-Pac-10 Conference … His 12.5 sacks that season ranks fourth (tied) on the all-time list and his 18.0 tackles for loss ranks 11th (tied) … His 4.5 sacks in the 1993 BYU game set a school single-game record … Tied for sixth on the all-time sacks list (23.5) and tied for 13th 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.

#3 Freddie Mitchell: WR • 5-11 • 185 • Lakeland, Fla. (Kathleen HS)

#70 Al Oliver: OT • 6-7 • 270 • Artesia, Calif. (Valley Christian HS)

Played wide receiver in 1998-99-00 … Earned All-America honors in his junior season (2000) … One of three finalists for Biletnikoff Award … Set a UCLA season record with 1,494 receiving yards in 2000, including a Bruin bowl record of 180 in Sun Bowl … The 1,494 receiving yards were fifth-most in Pac-10 single-season history at the time … Ranked second nationally that season with his average of 119.45 receiving yards per game … During his career, he made 119 receptions (No. 16) for 2,135 yards, seventh-most in school history, and 10 touchdowns … Also threw four touchdown passes … Selected in first round (No. 25 overall) of the 2001 NFL Draft by the Philadelphia Eagles … Played in 2005 Super Bowl.

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.

#69 Chad Overhauser: OL • 6-5 • 292 • Sacramento, Calif. (Rio Americano HS)

#80 Donn Moomaw: LB • 6-4 • 220 • Santa Ana, Calif. (Santa Ana HS)

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.

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.

#68 Vaughn Parker: OL • 6-3 • 270 • Buffalo, N.Y. (St. Joseph’s HS) #3 Rahim Moore: S • 6-1 • 197 • Los Angeles, Calif. (Dorsey HS)

Played offensive tackle in 1990-91-92-93 … A four-year starter who ended his career with 43 starts … Earned All-America honors in 1993 … One of just seven Bruins to earn first-team All-Conference acclaim three times (1991-92-93) since the advent of two-platoon football in the early 1960s … Second-team All-American in 1992 … Started the final 32 games of his Bruin 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.

Started all 37 games of his career (2008-10) at free safety … Earned first-team All-America honors from Scout.com and second-team from AP and Walter Camp in 2009 and first-team honors from Sporting News in 2010 … 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 … Concluded his three-year career ranked No. 4 (tied) in school history with 14 career interceptions … Second-round selection by the Denver Broncos in the 2011 NFL Draft.

#40 Roman Phifer: LB • 6-2 • 224 • Pineville, N.C. (South Mecklenberg HS) 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 … Led the Rams in tackles in 1993 … Also played with the New York Jets and New York Giants … Was a member of three Super Bowl championship teams, ’02, ’04 and ’05, with the New England Patriots … Four-time Pro Bowl alternate … Has worked as an assistant coach in the NFL and on the UCLA Football staff.

#41 Ken Norton, Jr.: LB • 6-2 • 226 • Los Angeles, Calif. (Westchester HS) 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 … Ranks eighth on the all-time school tackle list (339) … 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 49’ers from 1994-2000 … First player in NFL history to play on three consecutive Super Bowl champions (’93 and ’94 with Dallas, ’95 with San Francisco) … Three-time Pro Bowl selection … Has gone on to coach in college and the NFL.

#92 Brian Price: DL • 6-2 • 300 • Los Angeles, Calif. (Crenshaw HS) 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.

#71 Craig Novitsky: OL • 6-6 • 270 • Woodbridge, Va. (Potomac HS) Played offensive guard and tackle in 1990-91-92-93 … Made 46 career starts … 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.

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#64 Jim Salsbury: G • 6-1 • 190 • Los Angeles, Calif. (Hamilton HS) A four-year letterwinner who played guard in 1951-52-53-54 … 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 Floyd Reese: DL • 6-2 • 222 • Brentwood, Calif. (Liberty Union HS) 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 … Served as general manager of the Tennessee Titans from 1994-2006 and drafted three NFL Rookie of the Year winners during his tenure … Has worked on NFL coverage for ESPN … Also went on to work as an executive in the front office of the New England Patriots.

#15 John Sciarra: QB • 5-10 • 180 • Alhambra, Calif. (Bishop Amat HS) 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 12th in career total offense (4,464 yards) … Rushed for a total of 1,813 yards in his career … 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 … College Football Hall of Fame Class of 2014 … Played in the Canadian Football League and with the Philadelphia Eagles from 1978-83 … Member of the 1981 Eagles Super Bowl team.

#75 John Richardson: DL • 6-2 • 254 • San Diego, Calif. (Kearny HS) Played defensive line in the 1964-65-66 seasons … Named an AllAmerican 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 following1965 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 ninth round of the 1967 NFL draft by Miami Dolphins … Played with Dolphins from 1967-71 and from 1972-73 with Cardinals … Was a member of Dolphins’ 1972 Super Bowl championship team.

#67 Luis Sharpe: OT • 6-6 • 250 • Detroit, Mich. (Southwestern HS) 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.

#84 Jerry Robinson: LB • 6-3 • 220 • Santa Rosa, Calif. (Cardinal Newman HS) 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 … Second on the UCLA list for career tackles (468) and ranks one and two on the single-season list … Finished 10th in the 1978 Heisman Trophy balloting … 1978 Pop Warner Trophy Winner as top senior on West Coast … 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 UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame in 1991 … Inducted into National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in December 1996.

#77 Larry Slagle: OL • 6-3 • 243 • Richmond, Calif. (Ells HS) 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 Heisman Trophy 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.

#7 Don Rogers: S • 6-3 • 200 • Sacramento, Calif. (Norte Del Rio HS) Played safety in 1980-81-82-83 … Named consensus All-American in 1983 … Team leader in tackles in three straight seasons and ranks No. 3 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 1983 USC game … Named Defensive MVP of 1983 season … Appeared in two straight Rose Bowl games and was credited with 16 tackles and two interceptions … 1983 Rose Bowl Player of the Game … Team posted 33-11-3 record in his four seasons … First-round selection by Cleveland in the 1984 NFL draft … Played with Browns in 1984-85 … NFL Rookie of the Year selection.

#18 Matthew Slater: KR • 6-0 • 197 • Orange, Calif. (Servite HS) 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 firstteam 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 seventh on UCLA’s career list as well as No. 4 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 and played in the 2012, 2015 and 2017 Super Bowls.

#2 Chris Sailer: P/K • 5-10 • 175 • Burbank, Calif. (Notre Dame HS) Served as Bruin punter in 1995-96-97-98 and the punter/place kicker in 1997-98 … One of three finalists for Lou Groza Award as 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 then-school record with a 56-yard field goal vs. Oregon in 1997 … Concluded his career ranked fourth in school history in field goals (33), fifth in punting average (41.99) and seventh in scoring (213 points) … Set school records for punts (241) and yardage (10,120) which have since been broken … One of only five Bruins to have scored over 100 points in a season twice.

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#13 • Kenny Washington: HB 6-1,212 Los Angeles, Calif. • Lincoln HS Kenny played halfback in 1937-38-39 … UCLA’s first football AllAmerican in 1939 … Team MVP in ’37 and ’39 … National total offense leader with 1,370 yards in ’39 … Finished sixth in the 1939 Heisman Trophy balloting … Career rushing total of 1,915 yards was a UCLA record which stood for 34 years (still No. 18) … 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.

#58 • Al Sparlis: G 6-0,190 Los Angeles, Calif. • Poly HS 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.

#32 • Shaun Williams: S 6-2,195 Lake View Terrace, Calif. • Crespi HS Played safety in 1994-95-96-97 … Earned All-America honors in his senior season … Three-year starter … Named to the 1997 firstteam all-conference team … Ranked among the team’s top three tacklers in the 1995-97 seasons … Tied for the team tackle lead in 1997 (68) … 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.

#18 • J.J. Stokes: WR 6-5,223 San Diego, Calif. • Point Loma HS 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 (176 yards) … Ranks No. 1 at UCLA with 28 career touchdown receptions, No. 5 in yardage (2,469) and No. 5 in receptions (154) … Selected in first round (No. 10) of the 1995 NFL Draft by the 49’ers … Played with Jacksonville and with the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots in 2003.

#91 • Tim Wrightman: TE 6-3,242 San Pedro, Calif. • St. Mary Star of the Sea HS 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 (22) … 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 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.

#8 • Robert Thomas: LB 6-2,230 Imperial, Calif. • Imperial HS 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 2001 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... Finished career with 41 tackles for loss, now No. 7 on the school list … Led UCLA, in 2001, with 111 tackles and his average of 10.1 tackles per game ranked No. 1 in the Pac-10 … Ranks 15th 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.

All-America Position Breakdown Quarterback Cade McNown -- 1998 Troy Aikman -- 1988 Jeff Dankworth -- 1976 John Sciarra -- 1975 Gary Beban -- 1967

#29 • Eric Turner: S 6-2,206 Ventura, Calif. • Ventura HS Eric played free safety at UCLA 1987-88-89-90 … Earned All-America 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 … Sixth 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 … Two-time Pro Bowl selection … Inducted into the UCLA Hall of Fame in 2008.

Running Back / Halfback / Fullback Johnathan Franklin -- 2012 Skip Hicks -- 1997 Karim Abdul-Jabbar -- 1995 Gaston Green -- 1987 Freeman McNeil -- 1980 James McAlister -- 1973 Kermit Johnson -- 1973 Mel Farr -- 1966 Kermit Alexander -- 1962 Bill Kilmer -- 1960 Bob Davenport -- 1955, 1954 Paul Cameron -- 1953 Kenny Washington -- 1939

#1 • Alterraun Verner: DB 5-11,180 Carson, Calif. • Mayfair HS Alterraun was a three-year starter and four-year contributor (200607-08-09) 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 the school record for defensive TDs … 2006 Pac-12 Co-Freshman of the Year … Made 37 starts at cornerback … His 13 career interceptions rank No. 8 (tied) on that UCLA list … Made 279 career tackles which ranked among the school’s top 20 when he completed his career …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 and started as a rookie … 2013 All-Pro selection.

Offensive Line Kris Farris -- 1998 Chad Overhauser -- 1997 Johnathan Ogden -- 1995 Vaughn Parker -- 1993 Craig Novitsky -- 1993 Frank Cornish -- 1989 Luis Sharpe -- 1981 Randy Cross -- 1975 Al Oliver -- 1973 Dave Dalby -- 1971 Larry Slagle -- 1967 Ron Hull -- 1961 Bill Leeka -- 1958 Hardiman Cureton -- 1955 Jim Brown -- 1955 Jack Ellena -- 1954 Jim Salsbury -- 1954 Al Sparlis -- 1945

#82 • Dick Wallen: E 6-0,185 Alhambra, Calif. • Alhambra HS 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 (23-’56, 20-’57, 19-’58) … Led the team in interceptions in 1957 (4) and in scoring in 1958 … Made a then-school record 10 catches in a game vs. Florida in 1958 … Received the 1957 Voit Trophy as the top player on the Pacific coast.

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Tight End Marcedes Lewis -- 2005 Charles Arbuckle -- 1988 Tim Wrightman -- 1981 End / Wide Receiver Freddie Mitchell -- 2000 Kevin Jordan -- 1994 J.J. Stokes -- 1993 Dick Wallen -- 1957 Rommie Loudd -- 1955 Burr Baldwin -- 1946 Defensive Line Brian Price -- 2009 Justin Hickman -- 2006 Bruce Davis -- 2006 Dave Ball -- 2003 Floyd Reese -- 1969 Cliff Frazier -- 1975 Fred McNeill -- 1973 John Richardson -- 1966 Linebacker Eric Kendricks -- 2014 Anthony Barr -- 2013 Spencer Havner -- 2004 Robert Thomas -- 2001 Jamir Miller -- 1993 Roman Phifer -- 1990 Carnell Lake -- 1988 Ken Norton, Jr. -- 1987 Jerry Robinson -- 1978, 1977, 1976 Mike Ballou -- 1969 Don Manning -- 1967 Donn Moomaw -- 1952, 1950

Defensive Back Rahim Moore -- 2010, 2009 Alterraun Verner -- 2009 Chris Horton -- 2007 Shaun Williams -- 1997 Marvin Goodwin -- 1993 Carlton Gray -- 1992 Matt Darby -- 1991 Eric Turner -- 1990 Darryl Henley -- 1988 Don Rogers -- 1983 Kenny Easley -- 1980, 1979, 1978 Oscar Edwards -- 1976 Jimmy Allen -- 1973 Kick Returner Matthew Slater -- 2007 Maurice Jones-Drew -- 2005 Kicker / Punter Ka’imi Fairbairn -- 2015 Kai Forbath -- 2009 Justin Medlock -- 2006 Chris Sailer -- 1997 Bjorn Merten -- 1993 Kirk Maggio -- 1989 John Lee -- 1985, 1984 Efren Herrera -- 1973


TRADITION

UCLA AND THE HEISMAN TROPHY THE BEBAN FILE • 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 Sporting News Player of the Year • 1967 National Football Foundation ScholarAthlete • 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

GARY BEBAN 1967 HEISMAN TROPHY WINNER

UCLA’S TOP 10 HEISMAN TROPHY FINISHES

BEBAN’S 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

PC 9 5 7 10 10 3 10 14 16 3 87

Pct .450 .500 .500 .625 .714 .429 .555 .636 .667 .273 .558

PI 2 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 8

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

Player, Pos. Drew Olson, qb Cade McNown, qb Cade McNown, qb J.J. Stokes, wr Troy Aikman, qb Gaston Green, rb Tom Ramsey, qb Kenny Easley, db Jerry Robinson, lb Jeff Dankworth, qb John Sciarra, qb

Year 2005 1998 1997 1993 1988 1987 1982 1980 1978 1976 1975

Place 8th 3rd 8th 7th 3rd 8th 7th 9th 10th 10th 7th

Player, Pos. Kermit Johnson, rb Gary Beban, qb Gary Beban, qb Mel Farr, Sr., rb Billy Kilmer, hb Jack Ellena, t Paul Cameron, hb Donn Moomaw, lb Paul Cameron, hb Burr Baldwin, e Kenny Washington, b

BEBAN’S 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

Net Yds 72 15 10 1 51 81 21 44 -59 -9 227

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

TD 8 6 9 23

BEBAN’S CAREER RUSHING YEAR 1967 1966 1965 Totals

Att 145 123 194 462

Net Yds 227 454 590 1,271

Tds 11 10 14 35

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Year 1973 1967 1966 1966 1960 1954 1953 1952 1952 1946 1939

Place 10th 1st 4th 7th 5th 7th 3rd 4th 6th 7th 6th


TRADITION

UCLA AWARD WINNERS TROY AIKMAN 1988 DAVEY O’BRIEN NATIONAL QB AWARD WINNER AIKMAN’S 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

AIKMAN’S CAREER PASSING STATISTICS PA PC Pct 1988 354 228 .644 1987 273 178 .652 Totals 627 406 .648

PI 0 1 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 9

PI 9 8 17

Yds 163 205 272 175 288 322 283 325 114 135 317 172 2,771

Yds 2,771 2,527 5,298

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

Tds 24 17 41

AIKMAN NOTES . . . • His UCLA jersey No. 8 was retired at the 2014 Stanford game • Inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2008 • Inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2006 • Played 12 seasons for the Dallas Cowboys (1989-2000) • Led Cowboys to three Super Bowl championships (1993, 1994, 1996) •1996 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award winner •1993 Super Bowl MVP • 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 Bruins to 20-4 record in two years

Troy Aikman

CADE McNOWN 1998 JOHNNY UNITAS GOLDEN ARM AWARD WINNER McNOWN’S 1998 STATISTICS Opponent Texas at Houston Washington State at Arizona Oregon at California Stanford at Oregon State at Washington USC at Miami Wisconsin (Rose Bowl) Totals

PA 30 32 27 24 36 27 31 37 24 20 35 34 357

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

McNOWN’S CAREER PASSING NUMBERS YEAR 1998 1997 1996 1995 Totals

Cade McNown & Johnny Unitas

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

McNOWN NOTES . . . • Named to Rose Bowl Hall of Fame Class of 2017 • 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 • Finished his UCLA career as school leader in total offense (11,285 yards), passing yards (10,708), touchdown passes (68), completions (694) and attempts (1,250) • UCLA single-game leader in total offense (515 yards), passing yards (513) • Bruins went 32-15 in his four seasons

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Yds 3,470 3,116 2,424 1,698 10,708

Tds 25 24 12 7 68

Lg 79 61 51 64 60 35 53 61 61 42 77 44 79


TRADITION

UCLA AWARD WINNERS JONATHAN OGDEN 1995 OUTLAND TROPHY WINNER • Member of the 2013 Pro Football Hall of Fame class • Selected for National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 2012 • 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 • Earned first-team honors from: 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 & Terry Donahue

KRIS FARRIS 1998 OUTLAND TROPHY WINNER • Earned his MBA from UCLA’s Anderson School of Business in June 2009 • Third-round selection (No. 74) in 1999 NFL Draft (Pittsburgh Steelers); Also was a member of the Buffalo Bills and the Atlanta Falcons • 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 • Bruins went 25-10 during his three seasons

Kris Farris

MARCEDES LEWIS 2005 JOHN MACKEY AWARD WINNER • Played 11 NFL Seasons • 2011 Pro Bowl Tight End • Led all NFL Tight Ends in average per catch in 2009 and 2010 • 2008 Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Community Leader of the Year Award • 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) • 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) • Tie for No. 12 on UCLA all-time receptions list (126) • Played in 2006 Senior Bowl • 2004 John Mackey Award finalist (one of three) LEWIS’ CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS YEAR Recpt. Yds Avg 2005 58 741 12.8 2004 32 402 12.6 2003 30 377 12.6 2002 6 51 8.5 Totals 126 1,571 12.5

Marcedes Lewis & John Mackey

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TD 10 7 3 1 21

LG 40 29 38 16 40


TRADITION

UCLA AWARD WINNERS KAI FORBATH 2009 LOU GROZA AWARD WINNER • Member of the Cowboys, Redskins, Saints, Vikings (2011-present) • 2014 NFC Special Teams Player of the Week • Set NFL record for consecutive field goals made to begin a career (17) in 2012 • 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 • 2010 second-team All-Pac-10 Conference selection • 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. 1 (tied) in UCLA career field goals with 85, two shy of the NCAA record at end of career • No. 3 (tied) in UCLA career scoring with 357 points • No. 1 in UCLA career field goals of 50 or more yards (10) • Set numerous NCAA records: most field goals by a freshman (25 in 2007); highest percentage of field goals made, under 40 yards, in a season - tied (1.000% - 25 of 25 in 2009); most times kicking two or more field goals in a game for a season - tied (10 in 2007); most times kicking two or more field goals in a game for a career (31); most times kicking three or more field goals in a game for a career - tied (13) FORBATH’S CAREER FIELD GOAL STATS YEAR

FG-FGA 01-19

20-29

30-39

40-49 50+

LG

XP-A

PTS

2010 2009 2008 2007 Totals

13-18 28-31 19-22 25-30 85-101

2-2 8-8 6-7 7-9 23-26

4-4 11-11 6-7 8-8 29-30

6-11 6-6 4-5 5-8 21-30

51 53 53 54 54

27-27 24-25 21-22 30-30 102-104

66 108 78 105 357

0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 2-2

1-1 3-6 1-1 5-5 10-13

ANTHONY BARR 2013 LOTT IMPACT TROPHY WINNER • Named to three straight Pro Bowls in 2016-18 • Named NFC Defensive Player of the Week (week 8, 2014) • 2013 Lott IMPACT Trophy Winner (UCLA’s first) • No. 9 selection in first round of 2014 NFL Draft (Minnesota) • 2013 first-team All-American by USA Today, Sporting News, Walter Camp, NFL.com • 2013 first-team All-Pac-12 Conference selection • Finalist for 2013 Butkus, Lombardi, Bednarik awards • No. 6 all-time at UCLA in tackles for loss • Tied for No. 6 all-time at UCLA in sacks • Only played defense for two seasons • 2012 second-team AP All-America • 2012 first-team All-Pac-12 Conference selection • 2012 sack total (13.5) was second in the nation

BARR’S CAREER TACKLE STATISTICS YEAR TT T-AT SACKS 2013 65 42-23 10.0-66 2012 83 60-23 13.5-70 Totals 148 102-46 23.5-136

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TFL INT(Td) 20.0-109 0 21.5-105 0 41.5-214 0


TRADITION

UCLA AWARD WINNERS ERIC KENDRICKS 2014 LOTT IMPACT TROPHY WINNER 2014 BUTKUS AWARD WINNER • Named to the Pro Football Writers of America’s 2015 NFL All-Rookie team • NFL Defensive Rookie for the month of October, 2015 • 2014 Butkus Award Winner (UCLA’s first) • 2014 Lott IMPACT Trophy Winner (UCLA’s second) • No. 45 selection in second round of 2015 NFL Draft (Minnesota) • 2014 first-team All-American by USA Today, si.com, Athlon, Phil Steele, nfl.com • 2014 second-team All-American by AP, Walter Camp, FWAA, Sporting News, cbssports.com • 2014 led the nation in solo tackles/game (7.8) average • 2014 second-team all-conference selection • UCLA’s all-time tackle leader (481) • Set UCLA record with 11 double-digit tackle games in 2014 season • Scored three career defensive touchdowns, tied for third on school list • Led the Bruins in tackles for three straight seasons KENDRICKS’ CAREER TACKLE STATISTICS YEAR TT T-AT SACKS 2014 149 101-48 4.0-29 2013 106 62-44 2.0-9 2012 150 92-58 2.0-13 2011 76 52-24 2.0-9 Totals 481 307-174 10.0-60

TFL INT(Td) 11.5-45 3 (1) 4.0-10 1 6.0-21 1 4.5-16 0 26.0-92 5(1)

KA’IMI FAIRBAIRN 2015 LOU GROZA AWARD WINNER • Member of the Houston Texans (2016-present) • 2015 Consensus first-team All-American • Set Pac-12 and UCLA records for most career points (413) • Set Conference game record and UCLA record for longest field goal (60 yds) • Finished his career by connecting on 41 straight field goals from 35 yards and in • First Bruin to register at least 100 points in four straight seasons • 2015 second-team All-Pac-12 Conference selection • Finished his Bruin career fourth on the all-time field goal list (68) • Also handled kickoff duties for last three seasons • Invited to the Senior Bowl and the NFL Combine

FAIRBAIRN’S CAREER FIELD GOAL STATS YEAR

FG-FGA 01-19

20-29

30-39

40-49 50+

LG

XP-A

PTS

2015 2014 2013 2012 Totals

20-24 18-22 14-21 16-22 68-89

7-7 8-8 5-5 7-7 27-27

9-9 6-7 4-7 7-9 26-32

2-5 4-6 5-8 2-5 13-24

60 47 48 48 60

47-47 47-48 59-60 56-59 209-214

107 101 101 104 413

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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

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UCLA RETIRED JERSEYS #5 • KENNY EASLEY, S 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 fifth 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 Rookie of the Year in 1981 … AFC Defensive Player of the Year in 1983 … NFL Player Defensive Player of the Year in 1984 … Played in five Pro Bowls and was All-Pro four times … Named to the NFL’s 1980’s All-Decade team … Inducted into the UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame in 1991 … Inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in December 1991 … Class of 2017 Pro Football Hall of Fame.

#8 • TROY AIKMAN, QB Troy played quarterback in 1987-88 … Earned consensus All-America honors in 1988 … Won the Davey O’Brien Award as the nation’s top quarterback in 1988 and placed third in the 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 (since broken) in a game … In his two-year career, he completed 406 passes (No. 7) for 5,298 yards (No. 8) and 41 touchdowns (No. 7) … 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 … Had his UCLA jersey retired at the 2014 Stanford game.

#13 • KENNY WASHINGTON, HB Played halfback for UCLA from 1937-1939 … Named UCLA’s first All-American in 1939 … All-Conference in 1939 … Sixth in the 1939 Heisman voting … Inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 1956, the first UCLA player so honored … Ranks 18th on UCLA career rushing list with 1,915 yards (he ranked first from 1939 through 1972) and was ranked among the leaders in total offense for many years with 3,206 yards … Led team in passing and rushing three straight seasons … Charter member of UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame … Played for L.A. Rams in 1946-48, breaking the NFL color barrier that had stood since 1934.

#16 • GARY BEBAN, QB

#79 • JONATHAN OGDEN, OT

UCLA’s starting quarterback from 1965-67 … Only UCLA player to win Heisman Trophy (1967) … Consensus All-American in 1967 … All-Conference in 1965-67 … Inducted into National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 1988 … Ranks 12th in UCLA career passing yards with 4,087 and eighth in career total offense with 5,358 yards … Ranks fifth in school history with 35 career touchdowns scored and 12th in scoring (214 points) … Led team in passing and total offense from 1965-67 … Charter member of UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame.

Four-year starter at offensive tackle in 1992-93-94-95 …Class of 2013 Pro Football Hall of Fame … Selected into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 2012 … Consensus All-American in 1995 … Two-time All-Pac-10 selection (1994-95) … 1995 Outland Trophy winner … 1996 first round draft choice of Baltimore Ravens (No. 4 overall) and earned All-Rookie team honors … 11-time NFL Pro Bowl lineman … Played in 2001 Super Bowl … 1996 NCAA indoor shot put champion.

#34 • PAUL CAMERON, HB

#80 • DONN MOOMAW, LB/C

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 19th on career total offense list (3,332 yards) … Ranked among the leaders in career rushing for many years with 1,451 yards … Finished third in 1953 Heisman Trophy balloting; sixth in 1952 … Charter member of UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame.

Starting linebacker/center for UCLA from 1950-52 … Earned All-American honors in 1950 and consensus honors in 1952 … AllConference from 1950-52 … Finished 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.

#38 • BURR BALDWIN, E 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 UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame in 1986.

#42 • JACKIE ROBINSON Although Jackie Robinson wore No. 28 as an All-American in football, and No. 18 as a conference-leading scorer in basketball, UCLA reasoned that No. 42 was the one worth retiring because it has become synonymous with his path to breaking major league baseball’s color barrier. “Jackie Robinson established a standard of excellence to which people the world over should aspire,” athletic director Dan Guerrero said in a statement in November of 2014. “On the 75th anniversary of Jackie’s arrival at UCLA, we want to ensure that his is a legacy to be upheld and carried forward by Bruins for generations to come.While he wore several numbers at UCLA, Jackie Robinson made the number 42 as iconic as the man himself. For that very reason, no Bruin will be issued the number 42 — in any sport — ever again.”

Paul Cameron

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#84 • JERRY ROBINSON, LB 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 firstround 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 second on UCLA career tackles list with 468 and first (161) and second (159) on single-season list … Inducted into UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame in 1991 … Inducted into National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in December 1996.


TRADITION

HONORED BRUINS RETIRED NUMBERS

CONFERENCE MORRIS TROPHY WINNERS

5 8 13 16 34 38 42 79 80 84

1995 2001 2003 2013

Kenny Easley, S Troy Aikman, QB Kenny Washington, HB Gary Beban, QB Paul Cameron, HB Burr Baldwin, WR Jackie Robinson (retired across all sports at UCLA) Jonathan Ogden, OL Donn Moomaw, OL/LB Jerry Robinson, LB

CONFERENCE COACH OF THE YEAR AWARD WINNERS 1975 1985 1993 1998 2005

PRO FOOTBALL HALL OF FAMERS Bob Waterfield, B Tom Fears, WR Jimmy Johnson, DB Troy Aikman, QB Jonathan Ogden, OL Kenny Easley, S

Class of 1965 Class of 1970 Class of 1994 Class of 2006 Class of 2013 Class of 2017

(presented to the top senior on the West Coast)

1955 1960 1967 1978 1997 1998 2003

1937-39 1941, 42-45 1946-47 1949-57 1950-52 1958-60 1965-67 1965-70 1972-75 1973-75 1975-78 1976-95 1977-80 1987-88 1992-95

2015

Bob Davenport Bill Kilmer Gary Beban Jerry Robinson Skip Hicks Cade McNown Dave Ball

ROSE BOWL PLAYER OF THE GAME AWARD WINNERS 1966 1976 1983 1984 1986

Bob Stiles John Sciarra Don Rogers, Tom Ramsey Rick Neuheisel Eric Ball

ROSE BOWL HALL OF FAME MEMBERS (year inducted) 1991 1993 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2007 2014 2017

CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE YEAR AWARD WINNERS 1982 1985 1987 1993 1998 2001 2003 2006 2009 2013

Dick Vermeil Terry Donahue Terry Donahue Bob Toledo Karl Dorrell (co-winner)

POP WARNER TROPHY WINNERS

COLLEGE FOOTBALL HALL OF FAMERS Kenny Washington, HB (1956) Al Sparlis, G (1983) Tom Fears, WR (1976) Henry ‘Red’ Sanders, Coach (1996) Donn Moomaw, OL/LB (1973) Billy Kilmer, HB (1999) Gary Beban, QB (1988) Tommy Prothro, Coach (1991) John Sciarra, QB (2014) Randy Cross, OL (2010) Jerry Robinson, LB (1996) Terry Donahue, Coach (2000) Kenny Easley, DB (1991) Troy Aikman, QB (2008) Jonathan Ogden, OL (2012)

Jonathan Ogden, OL Kenyon Coleman, DL Dave Ball, DL Xavier Su’a-Filo, OL

Tom Ramsey, QB (co-winner) Mark Walen, DL (Defensive Player of the Year) Troy Aikman, QB (Offensive Playe of the Year) J.J. Stokes, WR (Offensive Player of the Year) Cade McNown, QB (co-Offensive Player of the Year) Robert Thomas, LB (Defensive Player of the Year) Dave Ball, DL (Defensive Player of the Year) Alterraun Verner, DB (co-Freshman of the Year) Brian Price, DL (Defensive Player of the Year) Myles Jack, RB (Offensive Freshman of the Year) Myles Jack, LB (Defensive Freshman of the Year) Josh Rosen, QB (Offensive Freshman of the Year)

John Sciarra Bob Stiles Gary Beban Eric Ball Terry Donahue Rick Neuheisel Al Hoisch Tom Ramsey Dick Vermeil Cade McNown

NATIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR AWARD WINNERS 1954 1965

2001 Conference Defensive Player of the Year Robert Thomas

Henry ‘Red’ Sanders (AFCA) Tommy Prothro (AFCA)

2003 Conference Defensive Player of the Year Dave Ball

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FIRST-TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE HONORS 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

Primo Villanueva -1954

1967

1968 1969

1970 1971 1972

1973

1974 1975 1976

1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983

1984 1985 1986 1987

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 Troy Aikman, qb; Gaston Green, tb; Carnell Lake, olb; Ken Norton, Jr., ilb; David Richards, ot; Terry Tumey, ng; Alfredo Velasco, pk

Ricky Manning, Jr.-2001-02

1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

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 Jones-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 Akeem Ayers, lb; Rahim Moore, s Anthony Barr, lb; Jeff Locke, p; Xavier Su’a-Filo, og Anthony Barr, lb; Xavier Su’a-Filo, og Ishmael Adams, db Kenny Clark, dl Jayon Brown, lb; Takkarist McKinley, dl; Scott Quessenberry, ol Kenny Young, lb

Carlton Gray -1992

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CONFERENCE LEADERS MULTIPLE YEAR FIRST-TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE PERFORMERS

ALL-TIME CONFERENCE LEADERS - TOTAL OFFENSE

Anthony Barr, lb - 2012, 2013 Xavier Su’a-Filo, og - 2012, 2013 Rahim Moore, s - 2009, 1010 Brian Price, dt - 2008, 2009 Justin Medlock, k - 2004, 2006 Nate Fikse, p - 2001, 2002 Ricky Manning - db - 2001, 2002 DeShaun Foster - rb - 2000, 2001 Bjorn Merten, k - 1993, 1996 Mike Flanagan, c - 1994, 1995 Jonathan Ogden, ot - 1994, 1995 Darren Schager, p - 1993, 1994 Vaughn Parker, ot - 1991, 1992, 1993 Carnell Lake, lb - 1987, 1988 Troy Aikman, qb - 1987, 1988 Gaston Green, rb - 1986, 1987 Terry Tomey, ng - 1985, 1986, 1987 John Lee, k - 1984, 1985 Tommy Taylor, lb - 1984, 1985 Duval Love, ot - 1983, 1984 Tim Wrightman, te - 1980, 1981 Irv Eatman, dt - 1980, 1981 Freeman McNeil, rb - 1979, 1980 Kenny Easley, s - 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980 Theotis Brown, rb - 1976, 1978 Manu Tuiasosopo, dt - 1976, 1977, 1978 Jerry Robinson, lb - 1976, 1977, 1978 Levi Armstrong, db - 1976, 1977 Fulton Kuykendall, lb - 1973, 1974 Fred McNeill, de - 1972, 1973 Steve Klosterman, og - 1972, 1973 Kermit Johnson, rb - 1972, 1973 Dave Dalby, c - 1970, 1971 Mark Gustafson, db - 1967, 1968 Don Manning, lb - 1966, 1967 John Richardson, g - 1965, 1966 Mel Farr, hb - 1965, 1966 Gary Beban, qb - 1965, 1966, 1967 Russ Banducci, g - 1964, 1965 Kurt Altenberg, e - 1964, 1965 Bobby Smith, hb - 1960, 1961 Bill Leeka, t - 1957, 1958 Bob Davenport, fb - 1954, 1955 Jim Salsbury, g - 1952, 1954 Jack Ellena, t - 1952, 1953, 1954 Chuck Doud, t - 1952, 1953 Ernie Stockert, e - 1951, 1952 Paul Cameron, hb - 1951, 1952, 1953 Donn Moomaw, lb - 1950, 1951, 1952 Bob Wilkinson, e - 1949, 1950 Bill Chambers, t - 1946, 1947 Don Paul, c - 1946, 1947 Don Malmberg, t - 1943, 1946

Year 1939 1942 1946 1951 1960 1961 1965 1966 1967 1990 2017

Name Kenny Washington Bob Waterfield Ernie Case Paul Cameron Bill Kilmer Bobby Smith Gary Beban Gary Beban Gary Beban Tommy Maddox Josh Rosen

Rush 1,121 81 39 597 803 631 576 454 227 148 -97

Pass 475 983 868 855 1,086 305 1,336 1,245 1,359 2,682 3,756

Total 1,596 1,064 907 1,428 1,889 936 1,912 1,699 1,586 2,830 3,659

Avg. 159.6 106.5 90.7 158.7 188.9 93.6 191.1 169.9 158.6 257.3 332.6

Pct. .424 .404 .442 .557 .557 .626

Yds 983 901 868 1,359 2,682 3,756

ALL-TIME CONFERENCE LEADERS - PASSING Year 1942 1944 1946 1967 1990 2017

Name Bob Waterfield Bob Waterfield Ernie Case Gary Beban Tommy Maddox Josh Rosen

PA-PC-Int 125-53-17 136-55-19 95-42 156-87-8 327-182-14 452-283-10

TD 8 17 26

Avg. 98.3 90.1 86.8 135.9 243.8 341.5

ALL-TIME CONFERENCE LEADERS - RUSHING Year 1939 1945 1953 1955 1960 1961 1973 1986 1991 1995 2001 2014

Name Kenny Washington Cal Rossi Paul Cameron Sam Brown Bill Kilmer Mike Hafner Kermit Johnson Gaston Green Kevin Williams Karim Abdul-Jabbar DeShaun Foster Paul Perkins

Att 169 95 134 130 163 117 150 220 168 270 216 251

Yds 812 679 672 829 803 696 1,129 1,139 1,089 1,419 1,109 1,575

Play Avg. 4.8 7.1 5.0 6.4 4.9 5.9 7.5 5.2 6.5 5.3 5.1 6.3

GameAvg. 81.2 75.4 74.7 82.9 80.3 69.6 102.6 113.9 108.9 141.9 138.6 121.2

ALL-TIME CONFERENCE LEADERS - RECEIVING Year 1942 1943 1944 1946 1991 1994

Name Milt Smith Dave Brown John Roesch Burr Baldwin Sean LaChapelle Kevin Jordan

No. 16 16 15 14 68 73

Yards 282 302 324 335 987 1,228

Avg. 17.6 18.9 21.6 23.9 14.5 16.8

TD 3 0 0 4 11 7

2XP 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FG 1 0 0 3 0 0 29 21 18 16 0 0 0 28

ALL-TIME CONFERENCE LEADERS - SCORING Year 1942 1953 1954 1961 1967 1973 1984 1985 1987 1988 1993 1997 2001 2006

Name Ken Snelling Paul Cameron Bob Davenport Bobby Smith Gary Beban Kermit Johnson John Lee John Lee Alfredo Velasco Alfredo Velasco J.J. Stokes Skip Hicks DeShaun Foster Justin Medlock

TD 4 12 11 10 11 16 0 0 0 0 17 25 13 0

1XP 18 0 0 12 0 0 17 33 46 41 0 0 0 29

Points 45 72 66 85 66 96 104 96 100 89 102 150 78 113

ALL-TIME CONFERENCE LEADERS - PUNT RETURNS Year 1976 1988 1995 2002 2005

Name Mike Coulter Darryl Henley Paul Guidry Craig Bragg Maurice Jones-Drew

No. 14 21 24 16 15

Yards 179 279 370 256 427

Avg. 12.7 13.3 15.4 16.0 28.5

ALL-TIME CONFERENCE LEADERS - ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE Year 2001

DeShaun Foster

135

Name DeShaun Foster

Rush 1,109

Recv. 129

Ret. 0

Yards 1,238

Avg. 154.8


TRADITION

CONFERENCE LEADERS ALL-TIME CONFERENCE LEADERS - KICKOFF RETURNS

ALL-TIME CONFERENCE LEADERS - TEAM TOTAL OFFENSE

Year 1976 1978 2007

Year 1954 1960 1961 1966 1967 1973 1982 1987 1998

Name Theotis Brown Theotis Brown Matthew Slater

No. 8 16 34

Yards 204 434 986

Avg. 25.5 27.1 29.0

ALL-TIME CONFERENCE LEADERS - PUNTING Year 1942 1943 1944 1950 1956 1957 1959 1960 1967 1968 1970 1971 1972 1976 1984 1989 1994 2000 2001 2008 2010

Name Bob Waterfield Don Malmberg Bob Waterfield Bob Moore Kirk Wilson Kirk Wilson Bill Kilmer Bill Kilmer Zenon Andrusyshyn Zenon Andrusyshyn Bruce Barnes Bruce Barnes Bruce Barnes Frank Corral Kevin Buenefe Kirk Maggio Darren Schager Nate Fikse Nate Fikse Aaron Perez Jeff Locke

No. 67 69 60 63 30 31 27 35 34 55 70 61 48 42 58 45 53 72 53 79 64

Yards 2,549 2,419 2,575 2,584 1,479 1,301 1,138 1,480 1,562 2,318 2,859 2,539 2,080 1,874 2,543 2,036 2,342 3,109 2,342 3,571 2,934

Avg. 38.0 35.1 42.9 41.1 49.3 42.0 42.2 42.3 44.1 42.1 40.8 41.6 43.3 44.6 43.8 45.2 44.4 43.2 44.2 45.2 45.8

Name Robert Thomas Brandon Chillar Spencer Havner Eric Kendricks Jayon Brown

Games 11 13 11 14 12

UT 77 72 84 93 70

AT 34 61 41 58 50

Year 1963 1967 1990

2007 2012

Name Carnell Lake Dave Ball Justin Hickman Bruce Davis Bruce Davis Anthony Barr

Games 12 13 13 13 13 14

No. 13 16.5 12.5 12.5 12.0 13.5

Year 1954 1961 1966 1972 1973 1975 1976

Name Donnie Edwards Robert Thomas Justin Hickman Brian Price

Games 11 11 13 13

No. 21.0 26.0 19.0 23.5

Year 1954 1955 1961 1966 1973 1976 1982 1985 1987 1993 1998

Total 111 133 125 151 120

Avg. 10.1 10.2 11.4 10.8 10.0

Yards 104 91 97 75 66 70

1958 1965 1967 1969 1977 1981 1988 1991 1993 1997 2009 2011

Name Bob Waterfield Kirk Wilson Dick Wallen Phil Parslow John Brown Bob Stiles Sandy Green Ron Carver Kenny Easley Tom Sullivan Marcus Turner Carlton Gray Marvin Goodwin Larry Atkins Rahim Moore Andrew Abbott

No. 7 4 4 3 3 9 6 6 6 6 5 10 6 5 10 4

Yards 96 74 31 117 125 51 97 33 28 94 119 136 154 79 37

Yards 2,578 2,185 2,338 3,810 4,430 3,619 3,755

Avg. 286.4 218.5 233.8 346.4 400.3 329.0 341.4

Points 367 285 185 281 470 385 375 318 406 352 445

Avg. 40.8 28.5 18.5 28.1 42.7 35.0 34.1 28.9 36.9 32.0 40.5

ALL-TIME CONFERENCE LEADERS - TEAM TOTAL DEFENSE Year 1954 1960 1961 1985 1987 2001

Yards 108 72 117 96

Yards 1,708 2,628 2,231 3,100 3,024 3,527

Avg. 189.8 262.8 223.1 281.8 274.9 320.6

ALL-TIME CONFERENCE LEADERS - TEAM PASS DEFENSE Year 1962 1969 1986 1989 2003 2015

ALL-TIME CONFERENCE LEADERS - INTERCEPTIONS Year 1942 1957

Avg. 156.0 158.8 251.5

ALL-TIME CONFERENCE LEADERS - TEAM SCORING OFFENSE

ALL-TIME CONFERENCE LEADERS - TACKLES FOR LOSS Year 1994 2001 2006 2009

Yards 1,560 1,588 2,766

ALL-TIME CONFERENCE LEADERS - TEAM RUSHING OFFENSE

ALL-TIME CONFERENCE LEADERS - SACKS Year 1987 2003 2006

Avg. 366.7 322.7 286.5 373.5 366.2 470.6 432.5 444.2 482.6

ALL-TIME CONFERENCE LEADERS - TEAM PASSING OFFENSE

ALL-TIME CONFERENCE LEADERS - TACKLES Year 2001 2003 2004 2012 2016

Yards 3,299 3,227 286.5 3,735 3,662 5,177 4,757 4,886 5,309

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

Yards 924 1,358 1,957 1,795 2,609 2,642

Avg. 92.4 135.8 177.9 163.2 200.7 203.2

ALL-TIME CONFERENCE LEADERS - TEAM RUSHING DEFENSE Year 1954 1955 1961 1985 1987 2006

Yards 659 1,458 1,442 773 936 1,184

Avg. 73.3 145.8 144.2 70.3 85.1 91.1

ALL-TIME CONFERENCE LEADERS - TEAM SCORING DEFENSE Year 1954 1955 1957 1960 1969 1987

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Points 40 57 83 84 103 179

Avg. 4.4 5.7 8.3 8.4 10.3 16.3


TRADITION

CLASSROOM ALL-STARS NCAA POST-GRAD SCHOLARSHIPS (18) (FB only) 1966-67 1966-67 1969-70 1973-74 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1982-83 1983-84 1985-86 1989-90 1992-93 1995-96 1998-99 1999-00 2007-08 2012-13

Ray Armstrong* Dallas Grider Greg Jones Steve Klosterman John Sciarra Jeff Dankworth John Fowler Cormac Carney Rick Neuheisel Mike Hartmeier Rick Meyer Carlton Gray George Kase Chris Sailer, Shawn Stuart Danny Farmer Chris Joseph Jeff Locke

CoSIDA FIRST-TEAM ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN (16) (FB only) 1952

Ed Flynn, G, Donn Moomaw, LB Ira Pauly, C Sam Boghosian, G Ray Armstrong, E John Sciarra, QB John Fowler, LB Cormac Carney, WR Tim Wrightman, TE Cormac Carney, WR Mike Hartmeier, OG Carlton Gray, CB George Kase, NG Shawn Stuart, C Chris Joseph, OG Chris Joseph, C

1953 1954 1966 1975 1977 1981 1982 1985 1992 1995 1998 2006 2007

CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA HALL OF FAME (8) 1988 1990 1994 1994 1999 2005 2009 2011

Donn Moomaw, football Jamaal Wilkes, basketball Bill Walton, basketball Coach John Wooden, basketball John Fowler, football Cormac Carney, football Karch Kiraly, volleyball Julie Bremner Romias, volleyball

NATIONAL FOOTBALL FOUNDATION AND HALL OF FAME SCHOLARSHIPS (9) 1967-68 1969-70 1973-74 1975-76 1976-77 1988-89 1991-92 1992-93 2015-16

Gary Beban Dennis Dummit Mark Harmon John Sciarra Jeff Dankworth Carnell Lake Brian Kelly Carlton Gray Jake Brendel

NCAA TOP EIGHT AWARDS (14) 1975-76 1976-77 1981-82 1982-83 1988-89 1989-90 1992-93 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1996-97 2002-03 2003-04 2006-07 * Fall finalist; **Spring finalist

John Sciarra, football Jeff Dankworth, football Karch Kiraly, volleyball Cormac Carney*, football Carnell Lake*, football Jill Andrews**, gymnastics Carlton Gray, football Scott Keswick**, gymnastics Julie Bremner*, volleyball Lisa Fernandez, softball Annette Salmeen, swimming Stacey Nuveman, softball Onnie Willis, gymnastics Kate Richardson, gymnastics

CONFERENCE ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM (first team) 2015 2014 2013

2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2003 2002 1999 1998

1997 1996

NACDA/DISNEY SCHOLAR-ATHLETE AWARDS (2) 1992-93 1993-94

Carlton Gray, football Julie Bremner, volleyball

1995 1994 1993 1992

RHODES SCHOLARSHIPS (5) 1924-25 1961-62 1968-69 1996-97 2008-09

John Olmsted, tennis William Zeltonoga, wrestling Harold Griffin, football Annette Salmeen, swimming Chris Joseph, football

1991

1990 1989 1988 1987 1986

1985

1984 1983 1982

1981 1980

Rhodes Scholar Chris Joseph

NFF and Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete Jake Brendel

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Jake Brendel, OL Jake Brendel, OL Jake Brendel, OL Jerry Neuheisel, ST Phillip Ruhl, FB Jake Brendel, OL Jeff Locke, P Malcolm Jones, RB Jeff Locke, P Danny Rees, ST Jeff Locke, P Aaron Perez, P Alterraun Verner, DB Chris Joseph, OL Alterraun Verner, DB Chris Joseph, OL Kenneth Lombard, DL Chris Joseph, OL Kenneth Lombard, DL Keith Short, DB Bryce Bohlander, OL Matt Phelan, OL Danny Farmer, WR Ramogi Huma, LB Andy Meyers, OL Chris Sailer, P Shawn Stuart, OL Danny Farmer, WR Chris Sailer, P Chris Sailer, P Shawn Stuart, OL George Kase, DL George Kase, DL Travis Collier, DB George Kase, DL Rick Daly, TE Carlton Gray, DB Ron Nielsen, OL Travis Collier, DB Brian Kelly, DL Carlton Gray, DB Carlton Gray, DB Brian Kelly, DL Brian Kelly, DL Rick Meyer, OL Rick Meyer, OL Brendan McCracken, QB Rick Meyer, OL Frank Batchkoff, DL David Franney, K Joe Goebel, OL Joe Pickert, TE Mike Hartmeier, OL David Norrie, QB Mike Sherrard, WR Ron Pitts, DB Tommy Taylor, LB Rick Neuheisel, QB Mike Young, WR Cormac Carney, WR Tom Ramsey, QB Blake Wingel, OL Cormac Carney, WR Tim Wrightman, TE Cormac Carney, WR


BRUINS IN THE NFL

2018 NFL Bruins UCLA annually ranks among the top schools in terms of producing players for the NFL. Below is the list of Bruins on 2018 pre-season NFL rosters (as of 6/1/18):

ARIZONA CARDINALS

HOUSTON TEXANS

OAKLAND RAIDERS

Derrick Coleman, RB Josh Rosen, QB

Ka’imi Fairbairn, K

Kolton Miller, OL Eddie Vanderdoes, DL

ATLANTA FALCONS

Eli Ankou, DL Myles Jack, LB

PHILADELPHIA EAGLES

LOS ANGELES CHARGERS

SAN FRANCISCO 49ers Jeff Locke, P Cassius Marsh, DL

Takkarist McKinley, DL Jacob Tuioti-Mariner, DL Logan Paulsen, TE

BALTIMORE RAVENS Jordan Lasley, WR Kenny Young, LB

JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS

Randall Goforth, DB

Scott Quessenberry, OL Austin Roberts, TE

Najee Toran, OL

MIAMI DOLPHINS Jake Brendel, OL Thomas Duarte, TE

TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS

BUFFALO BILLS Conor McDermott, OL Owa Odighizuwa, DL

MINNESOTA VIKINGS

TENNESSEE TITANS

CINCINNATI BENGALS Alex Redmond, OL

DALLAS COWBOYS

Caleb Benenoch, OL

Anthony Barr, LB Kai Forbath, K Eric Kendricks, LB Kevin McDermott, LS

Jayon Brown, LB Matt Dickerson, DL Xavier Su’a-Filo, OL Aaron Wallace, LB

Datone Jones, DL

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS

DENVER BRONCOS

Matthew Slater, WR

Marcus Rios, DB

NEW ORLEANS SAINTS Eldridge Massington, WR

GREEN BAY PACKERS Kenny Clark, DL Brett Hundley, QB Marcedes Lewis, TE

WASHINGTON REDSKINS Fabian Moreau, DB

NEW YORK GIANTS Malcolm Bunche, OL

Eric Kendricks (Photo courtesy of the Minnesota Vikings)

UCLA’S FIRST ROUND NFL DRAFT CHOICES 1947 1953 1961 1963 1967 1974 1979 1981

Anthony Barr (Photo courtesy of the Minnesota Vikings)

1982 1984 1986 1988 1989 1991 1992 1994 1995 1996 1998 1999 2001 2002 2006 2013 2014 2016 2017 2018 2018

B Cal Rossi, Washington (No. 4) B Ernie Case, Green Bay (No. 6) OL Donn Moomaw, Los Angeles (No. 9) B Jimmy Johnson, San Francisco (No. 6) B Billy Kilmer, San Francisco (No. 11) B Kermit Alexander, San Francisco (No. 8) RB Mel Farr, Detroit (No. 7) DL Bill Sandifer, San Francisco (No. 10) LB Fred McNeill, Minnesota (No. 17) DL Manu Tuiasosopo, Seattle (No. 18) LB Jerry Robinson, Philadelphia (No. 21) RB Freeman McNeil, New York Jets (No. 3) DB Kenny Easley, Seattle (No. 4) OL Luis Sharpe, St. Louis (No. 16) DB Don Rogers, Cleveland (No. 18) WR Mike Sherrard, Dallas (No. 18) RB Gaston Green, L.A. Rams (No. 14) QB Troy Aikman, Dallas (No. 1) DB Eric Turner, Cleveland (No. 2) QB Tommy Maddox, Denver (No. 25) LB Jamir Miller, Arizona (No. 10) WR J.J. Stokes, San Francisco (No. 10) OL Jonathan Ogden, Baltimore (No. 4) DB Shaun Williams, New York (No. 24) QB Cade McNown, Chicago (No. 12) WR Freddie Mitchell, Philadelphia (No. 25) LB Robert Thomas, St. Louis (No. 31) TE Marcedes Lewis, Jacksonville (No. 28) DL Datone Jones, Green Bay (No. 26) LB Anthony Barr, Minnesota (No. 9) DL Kenny Clark, Green Bay (No. 27) DL Takkarist McKinley, Atlanta (No. 26) QB Josh Rosen, Arizona (No. 10) OL Kolton Miller, Oakland (No. 15)

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Takkarist McKinley (Photo courtesy of Getty Images)


BRUINS IN THE NFL

BRUINS IN THE SUPER BOWL 1969 1972 1973 1975 1976

1977 1978 1980 1981

1982 1983 1984

1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990

1991 1992

1993

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 San Francisco 49ers: Randy Cross, OG Manu Tuiasosopo, DT; Wendell Tyler, RB Chicago Bears: Tim Wrightman, TE New England Patriots: Tom Ramsey, QB New York Giants: Herb Welch, DB Washington Redskins:Jay Schroeder, QB Denver Broncos: Larry Lee, OG San Francisco 49ers: Randy Cross, C Cincinnati Bengals: Max Montoya, OG San Francisco 49ers: Steve Bono, QB Mike Sherrard, WR Denver Broncos: Michael Young, WR Buffalo Bills: Mike Lodish, NT Marvcus Patton, OLB Buffalo Bills: Brad Daluiso, PK Mike Lodish, NT Marvcus Patton, OLB Buffalo Bills: Marvcus Patton, OLB Matt Darby, SS Mike Lodish, NT Dallas Cowboys: James Washington, FS

1994

1995 1996

1997 1998 1999 2001

2002 2003 2004

2005

2006 2007

2009

2010 2011

UCLA’S ALL-TIME PROFESSIONAL ROSTER Name, Pos Abdul-Jabbar, Karim, TB Adams, John, E-FB Adams, Tom, E Aikman, Troy, QB Ale, Arnold, LB Alexander, Kermit, DB Allen, Jimmy, DB Anderson, Avery, WR Anderson, Marques, DB Anderson, Willie, WR Andrusyshyn, Zenon, P-PK Ankou, Eli, DL Anthony, Corwin, TE Arbuckle, Charles, TE Armstrong, Bill, OG Armstrong, Levi, DB Atkins, Larry, S Austin, Randy, TE Austin, Terrence, WR Ayanbadejo, Brendon, LB

Ayers, Akeem, LB Baca, Jeff, OG Baldwin, Burr, OE/DE Ball, Dave, DE Ball, Eric, RB Ballou, Mike, LB Barnes, Bruce, PK Barr, Anthony LB Baska, Rick, LB Bates, Patrick, DB Beban, Gary, QB/HB/WR

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 63-69 San Francisco, 70-71 Los Angeles, 72-73 Philadelphia 74-77 Pittsburgh, 78-81 Detroit 96 (IR) Indianapolis 02-03 Green Bay, 04 Oakland, 05 Denver, 05 San Francisco 88-94 Los Angeles (Rams), 95 Indianapolis 96 Washington, 97 Denver 71-77 Toronto (CFL), 78 Kansas City, 79 Hamilton (CFL) 80-82 Toronto (CFL), 83-85 Tampa Bay (USFL) 17 Jacksonville 91 Los Angeles (Rams) Dev., 91-92 New York (Jets) Dev. 90 New Orleans (IR), 91 San Diego Dev., 92-95 Indianapolis 43 Brooklyn 78 New York (Jets) 99-02 Kansas City, 03 Oakland 91 Atlanta Dev. 10-11 Washington 00 Winnipeg (CFL), 01 Amsterdam (NFL Europe), 02 British Columbia, Toronto (CFL), 03-04 Miami, 05-07 Chicago, 08-12 Baltimore 11-14 Tennessee; 14 New England; 15 St. Louis; 16 Indianapolis 13-14 Minnesota; 14 San Diego 47-49 Los Angeles (AAFC) 04 San Diego, 05 San Diego, 05-06 New York Jets, 08-12 Tennessee 89-94 Cincinnati, 95 Oakland 70 Boston 73-74 New England 14-17 Minnesota 76-77 Denver 93-94 Los Angeles, 96 Atlanta 68-69 Washington

Troy Aikman, QB Frank Cornish, C Ken Norton, LB Derek Tennell, TE 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 San Francisco 49ers: Ken Norton, ILB San Diego Chargers: Vaughn Parker, OG Dallas Cowboys: Troy Aikman, QB Pittsburgh Steelers: Norm Johnson, PK Carnell Lake, S New England Patriots: David Richards, OL Denver Broncos: Mike Lodish, DL Green Bay Packers: Steve Bono, QB Denver Broncos: Mike Lodish, DL New York Giants: Brad Daluiso, PK Craig Walendy, FB Shaun Williams, S Baltimore Ravens: Jonathan Ogden, OT New England Patriots: Roman Phifer, LB Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Ryan Nece, LB Oakland Raiders: Kenyon Coleman, DL Carolina Panthers: DeShaun Foster, RB Ricky Manning Jr., CB Mike Seidman, TE (inj) New England Patriots: Roman Phifer, LB J.J. Stokes, WR Philadelphia Eagles: Freddie Mitchell, WR Matt Ware, CB New England Patriots: Roman Phifer, LB Pittsburgh Steelers: Travis Kirschke, DL Tommy Maddox, QB Chicago Bears: Ricky Manning Jr., CB Brendon Ayanbadejo, LB Indianapolis Colts: Bryan Fletcher, TE Pittsburgh Steelers: Travis Kirschke, DL Bruce Davis, LB Arizona Cardinals: Matt Ware, S Dennis Keyes, S (PS) New Orleans Saints: Rodney Leisle, DL (IR) Green Bay Packers: Brandon Chillar, LB (IR) Spencer Havner, LB (IR)

Bell, Jason, DB Bell, Kahlil, RB Benenoch, Caleb, OL Bennett, Drew, WR Bennett, Tommy, DB Bergey, Bruce, DE Bergmann, Paul, TE Blanton, Ed, OL Bono, Steve, QB Boschetti, Ryan, DL Bosworth, Korey, DE Bosworth, Kyle, LB Boyd, Brent, C/OG Boyd, Verdi, OG Bragg, Craig, WR Brendel, Jake, OL Bright, James, DB Brown, Jayon, LB Brown, Keith, RB Brown, Kevin, DT Brown, Theotis, RB Bunche, Malcolm, OL Burks, Ray, LB Butler, Homer, SE Cameron, Paul, DB Cantor, Leo, DB/HB/FB Carney, Cormac, WR Carter, David, DL Case, Ernie, DB/QB Cassel, Marcus, CB Cephous, Frank, RB Chaffin, Jeff, DT Chalenski, Mike, DT Chambers, Bill, OT/OG Chandler, Nate, DT/OT Chillar, Brandon, LB Christiansen, Bob, TE

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Matthew Slater (Photo courtesy of New England Patriots)

2012 2013 2014 2015

2016 2017 2018

New England Patriots: Matthew Slater WR, KR Bret Lockett, DB (IR) Baltimore Ravens: Brendon Ayanbadejo, LB Denver Broncos: Rahim Moore, S (IR) Seattle Seahawks: Derrick Coleman, FB New England Patriots: Akeem Ayers, LB Matthew Slater, WR, KR Seattle Seahawks: Cassius Marsh, DL (IR) Derrick Coleman, FB (IR) Carolina Panthers: Nate Chandler, OL (IR) New England Patriots: Matthew Slater, WR Atlanta Falcons: Devin Fuller, WR New England: Matthew Slater, WR Philadelphia: Randall Goforth, DB (IR)

01 Dallas, 02-05 Houston, 06 NY Giants 09-12 Chicago; 12 N.Y. Jets 16-17 Tampa Bay 01-06Tennessee, 07-08 St. Louis 96-00 Arizona, 01 Detroit 71 Kansas City, 72-73 Toronto (CFL) 84 Jacksonville (USFL), 85 Oakland (USFL), 86 Kansas City 06 New York Jets (PS) 85-86 Minn., 87-88 Pitts., 89-93 San Fran., 94-96 Kansas City, 97 Green Bay, 98 St. Louis, 99 Carolina 04-08 Washington 10 Detroit (IR) 10-12 Jacksonville, 13 NY Giants, 13 Dallas 80-86 Minnesota 36 Brooklyn 05 Green Bay, 05 New York, 05 Chicago, 06 Amsterdam (NFLE) 16 Miami, 16 Dallas (PS), 17 Miami 74 Southern California (WFL) 17 Tennessee 00 Denver (PS) 08 Seattle (PS) 79-81 St. Louis, 81-83 Seattle, 83-84 Kansas City 15 Philadelphia (PS) 77 Kansas City 78 Dallas, 78-79 Saskatchewan (CFL) 54 Pittsburgh, 56-58 British Columbia (CFL) 42 New York (Giants), 45 Chicago (Cardinals) 84-85 Memphis (USFL) 11-13 Arizona; 13 Dallas; 14 Oakland, 14 Jacksonville 47 Baltimore 06 Carolina (PS/IR) 84 New York (Giants) 85 San Antonio (USFL) 93-95 Philadelphia (94 IR), 96 New York (Jets), 97 Miami, 98 Detroit 48-49 New York Yankees, 51 Montreal (CFL) 12-15 Carolina 04-07 St. Louis, 08-10 Green Bay 72 Buffalo


BRUINS IN THE NFL Name, Pos Clark, Eugene, OG Clark, Kenny, OL Clark, Matthew, DB Cobbs, Anthony, DB Coffman, Ricky, WR Coleman, Derrick, RB Coleman, Kenyon, DL Cooper, Gwen, WR Copeland, Ron, WR Coppens, Gus, OT Cornish, Frank, C Corral, Frank, PK Craig, Paco, WR Crecion, Gabe, TE Cross, Randy, C/OG Cureton, Hardiman, OG Curran, Willie, WR Dalby, Dave, C Daluiso, Brad, PK Darby, Matt, SS Davenport, Bob, FB Davis, Bruce, OT Davis, Bruce, LB Davis, Milt, DB Dial, Alan, DB Duarte, Thomas, TE Dufour, Dan, C Durden, Mike, DB Dye, Tony, S Easley, Kenny, S Eatman, Irv, OT

Eck, Keith, OG Edwards, Donnie, LB Elias, Lou, DB Ellena, Jack, OG/LB Ellis, Allan, DB Emanuel, Ben, DB Emanuel, Bert, WR Evans, Shaq, WR Fairbairn, Ka’imi, PK Farmer, Danny, WR Farmer, George, WR Farr, Mel, Sr., HB Farr, Mel, Jr., FB Farr, Mike, WR Farris, Kris, OT Fauria, Joseph, TE Fears, Tom, OE/DB Fenenbock, Chuck, TB/HB/WB Ferrell, Bobby, FB/HB Finlay, Jack, OG/LB Flanagan, Mike, C Fletcher, Bryan, TE Forbath, Kai, PK Foster, DeShaun, TB Francisco, Kent, OT Franklin, Johnathan, RB Frazier, Cliff, DT Fuller, Devin, WR Gaines, Gene, DB Galigher, Ed, DT/DE Geddes, Bob, LB Goebel, Joe, C Goforth, Randall, DB Goodman, Brian, OG Goodwin, Marvin, SS Grant, Wes, DE/DT Grau, Jeff, LS Gray, Carlton, DB Green, Gaston, RB Greenwood, Carl, CB

Years in Pro Football 77-78 Toronto (CFL) 16-17 Green Bay 00 Cologne (NFLE) 97 New Orleans (Dev.), 98 Frankfurt, 00 Frankfurt (NFL Europe) 82 Los Angeles (Rams), 85 San Antonio (USFL) 12-15 Seattle (12-PS, 14-IR), 17 Atlanta 02 Oakland, 03-06 Dallas, 07-08 NY (Jets), 09-10 Cleveland, 11-12 Dallas, 13 New Orleans 70 Ottawa (CFL) 69 Chicago 78 Los Angeles, 79 New York (Giants), 83-84 Los Angeles (USFL) 90-91 San Diego, 92-93 Dallas, 94 Minnesota, 94 Dallas, 95 Jacksonville, 95 Philadelphia 78-81 Los Angeles, 83 Chicago (USFL), 84 Arizona (USFL) 88 Detroit, 91 Sacramento (WL) 03 Barcelona (NFL Europe), 04 San Francisco 76-88 San Francisco 56 Toronto (CFL), 57-59 Ottawa (CFL), 60-64 Hamilton (CFL) 82-84 Atlanta 72-85 Los Angeles (Raiders) 91 Atlanta, 91 Buffalo, 92 Denver, 93-00 New York (Giants), 01 Oakland 92-95 Buffalo, 96-97 Arizona 56 Winnipeg (CFL) 79-87 Los Angeles (Raiders), 87-89 Houston 08 Pittsburgh, 09 New England (PS), 10 San Francisco (PS), 10 Oakland, 11 Oakland, San Francisco (PS) 54 Detroit, 57-60 Baltimore 89 Philadelphia 16 Miami, 17 Miami (PS) 83-84 Atlanta 84 Edmonton (CFL) 12-13 Cincinnati (12-IR) 81-87 Seattle 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 78 Washington, 79 New York (Giants) 96-01, 07 Kansas City, 02-06 San Diego, 07-08 Kansas City 58 Hamilton (CFL), 58 Toronto (CFL), 59 Saskatchewan (CFL) 55-56 Los Angeles, 57 Toronto (CFL) 73-77, 79-80 Chicago, 81 San Diego 05 Carolina, 05 San Francisco, 06 Cleveland 94-97 Atlanta, 99-98 Tampa, 00 Miami, 01 Detroit, 01 New England 14 NY Jets (IR), 16 New England (PS) 16 Houston (IR), 17 Houston 00-02 Cincinnati 70-75 Chicago, 75 Detroit 67-73 Detroit 89 Los Angeles (Rams), 91 Sacramento (WL) 90-92 Detroit, 93 New England (inj.) 99 Pittsburgh (IR), 01 Buffalo, 02 Atlanta 13-14 Detroit; 15 Arizona (PS), 15 New England (PS) 48-56 Los Angeles 43-45 Detroit, 46-48 Los Angeles (Dons), 48 Chicago (Rockets), 50 Calgary (CFL) 76-80 San Francisco 47-51 Los Angeles 96-97 (IR) Green Bay, 98-05 Green Bay, 06-07 Houston 02 Chicago (PS), 03 Berlin (NFL Europe), 04-07 Indianapolis 11 Dallas (IR), 12-15 Washington, 15 New Orleans, 16-17 Minnesota 02 Carolina (IR), 03-07 Carolina, 08 San Francisco 66 Edmonton (CFL), 66-67 Toronto (CFL) 13 Green Bay 77 Kansas City 16 Atlanta (IR) 61 Montreal (CFL), 62-69 Ottawa (CFL), 70-76 Montreal (CFL) 72-76 New York (Jets), 77 -78 San Francisco 72 Denver, 73-75 New England 87 San Diego 17 Philadelphia (IR) 73-74 Houston, 75 Denver 94 Philadelphia, 96 Barcelona (WL), 96 Scottish WLAF 71 Buffalo, 71 Cleveland, 71 San Diego, 72 Cleveland, 72 Montreal (CFL), 73 Houston 02 Dallas, 03 Miami 93-96 Seattle, 97 Indianapolis, 98 New York Giants, 99-00 Kansas City 88-90 LA (Rams), 91-92 Denver, 93 LA (Raiders), 96 London Monachs (WL) 95-96 New York (Jets)

Name, Pos Grieb, Mike, TE Guidry, Paul, CB Haffner, Mike, WR Hansen, Howie, HB Harkey, Cory, TE Harris, Mike, OT Havner, Spencer, TE/LB Henderson, Othello, DB Henley, Darryl, CB Henry, Wally, WR Herman, John, DB Herrera, Efren, PK Heydenfeldt, Bob, E/P Hickman, Justin, LB Hicks, Skip, RB Holloway, Chuck, HB Horton, Chris, S Horton, Myke, OG Hosea, Bobby, DB Hundley, Brett, QB Ieremia-Stansbury, Ed, FB Isaia, Sale, OG Jack, Myles, LB Jackson, Billy Don, LB Jefferson, Anthony, DB Jenkins, Robert (Cox), OT Jenson, Roy, G Johnson, Jim, DB/FL Johnson, Kermit, HB Johnson, Mitch, OT/OG Johnson, Norm, PK Jones, Brian, LB Jones, Datone, DE Jones, Greg, HB Jones, Jimmie, HB Jones-Drew, Maurice, TB Jordan, Kevin, WR Keeble, Joe, TB/WB/DB Keeton, Rocen, LB Kendall, Chuck, DB Kendricks, Eric, LB Kendricks, Marv, E Keyes, Dennis, S Kezirian, Ed, OT Kilmer, Bill, QB Kirschke, Travis, DL Kluwe, Chris, P Knox, Ronnie, QB Kocher, Ken, DT Kuehn, Art, C Kurrasch, Roy, OE/DE Kuykendall, Fulton, LB LaChapelle, Sean, WR

Years in Pro Football 00 Amsterdam (NFL Europe) 97 Baltimore 68-70 Denver, 71 Cincinnati 51 Edmonton (CFL) 12-15 St. Louis (12-PS), 16 Los Angeles 12-13 San Diego; 14-15 Minnesota 06-07 Green Bay (PS), 08-10 Green Bay, 10 Detroit 93-94 New Orleans 89-94 Los Angeles (Rams) 77-82 Philadelphia, 83 Arizona (USFL) 56 New York (Giants), 56 Baltimore 74-78 Dallas, 79-81 Seattle, 82 Buffalo, 84 Oklahoma (USFL) 55 Edmonton (CFL) 12-13 Indianapolis 98-00 Washington, 01 Tennessee, 02 Carolina 58 Calgary (CFL) 08-10 Washington 75 Toronto (CFL), 79-80 Calgary (CFL), 83 Washington (USFL), 84 Memphis (USFL) 79 Montreal (CFL), 80-81 Saskatchewan (CFL), 83 LA (USFL), 84 Jacksonville (USFL) 15-17 Green Bay 02 Houston 96 Baltimore, 97-98 Baltimore IR, 99 Oakland IR, 00 Frankfurt (NFL Europe), 00 New England 16-17 Jacksonville 83 Boston (USFL) 15 Chicago (IR) 87-93 Los Angeles (Rams), 94 Los Angeles (Raiders), 95-96 Oakland 51-55 Calgary (CFL), 56-57 Brit. Columbia (CFL) 61-76 San Francisco 74 Southern California (WFL), 75-76 San Francisco 65 Dallas, 66-68, 72 Washington 82-90 Seattle, 91-94 Atlanta, 95-98 Pittsburgh, 99 Philadelphia 91 Indiana, 95-98 New Orleans 13-16 Green Bay, 17 Minnesota, 17 Detroit, 17 Dallas 70-71 Buffalo 74 Detroit, 76 Hamilton (CFL) 06-13 Jacksonville; 14 Oakland 96 Arizona, 96 Cincinnati 37 Cleveland 92 Orlando (WL) 60 Houston 15-17 Minnesota 73 Toronto (CFL) 08 Arizona (PS) 74-75 Southern California (WFL) 61-62 San Francisco, 64-66 San Fran., 67-70 New Orleans, 71-78 Washington 97-02 Detroit, 03 San Fran., 04-09 Pittsburgh 05-12 Minnesota 56 Calgary (CFL), 56 Hamilton (CFL), 57 Chicago, 58-59 Toronto (CFL) 02 New England 75 Southern California (WFL), 76-83 Seattle, 83 New Eng. 84-85, Memphis (USFL) 47 New York (Yankees), 48 Pittsburgh 75-84 Atlanta, 85 San Francisco 93 LA (Rams), 96 Scottish Claymores (WL), 96 Kansas City, 97 Kansas City IR

Caleb Benenoch No. 77 (Photo courtesy of Tampa Bay Buccaneers) *

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BRUINS IN THE NFL Name, Pos Lake, Carnell, SS Lambert, Dion, CB Lee, John, PK Lee, Larry, OG Leisle, Rodney, DT Lewis, Marcedes, TE Livingston, Cliff, LB/DE Locke, Jeff P Lockett, Bret, S Lodish, Mike, NT Long, Bob, LB/DE Loudd, Rommie, LB Love, Duval, OG Luster, Marv, E Lyman, Del, T Lynn, Johnny, DB Maddox, Tommy, QB Maggio, Kirk, P Manning Jr., Ricky, CB Manumaleuga, Frank, LB Marsh, Cassius DL Matheny, Jim, C Mathews, Ned, B McAlister, James, HB McBride, Tod, DB McChesney, Bob, OE/DE McDermott, Conor, OL McDermott, Kevin, LS McDougall, Gerry, FB McElroy, Jim, WR McKinley, Takkarist, DL McKinnely, Phil, OT/TE McLaughlin, Leon, C McNeil, Freeman, RB McNeill, Fred, LB McNown, Cade, QB Medlock, Justin, PK Mike, Bob, OT Miller, Chuckie, DB Miller, Jamir, OLB Miller, Scott, WR Mitchell, Freddie, WR Mitchell, Hal, OT/OG Mohl, Curt, OT Montgomery, Blanchard, LB Montoya, Max, OT Moomaw, Donn, LB Moore, Rahim, DB Moore, Reggie, WR Moore, Reynaud, DB Moreau, Fabian, DB Morgan, Karl, NG Morton, Dave, DT Moss, Martin, DT Myers, Jack, FB/LB Nagel, Ray, QB Nece, Ryan, LB Nelson, Kevin, RB Neufeld, Ryan, FB/TE Neuheisel, Rick, QB Nevadomsky, Jason, LB Norrie, David, QB Norris, Trusse, OE Norton, Ken, LB Novitsky, Craig, OG Odighizuwa, Owamabe, DL O’Garro, Pete, E Ogden, Jonathan, OG/T Oesterling, Tim, OT Oglesby, Paul, DT Olsen, Carl, OT Olson, Drew, QB Otey, Dave, C Overhauser, Chad, OT Owens, James, RB Pace, Gayle, C Page, Jarrad, S Palmer, Steve, C

Years in Pro Football 89-98 Pittsburgh, 99 Jacksonville, 00 Jacksonville (IR), 01 Baltimore 92-93 New England, 94-95 Seattle 86 St. Louis 81-85 Detroit, 85-86 Miami, 87-88 Denver 04-06 New Orleans, 08 NY Giants (IR), 09 New Orleans 06-17 Jacksonville 54-61 NY (Giants), 62 Minn., 63-65 Los Angeles 13-16 Minnesota, 17 Detroit 09 New England, 10-11 New England (IR) 90-94 Buffalo, 95-00 Denver 55-59 Detroit, 60-61 Los Angeles, 62 Dallas 56 British Columbia (CFL), 60 Los Angeles, 60 San Diego, 61-62 Boston 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 14 (IR)-15-16 Seattle, 17 New England, San Francisco 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 17 Buffalo (PS) 13 San Francisco; 14 Denver; 14 Baltimore; 15-17 Minnesota 57-61 Hamilton (CFL), 62 Toronto (CFL), 62-64 San Diego, 66 Hamilton (CFL), 67 Edmonton (CFL), 68 San Diego 99 Berlin (NFL Europe) 17 Atlanta 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, 12 Carolina 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) 11-14 Denver, 15 Houston 91-92 New York (Jets) Dev. 71 New Orleans 17 Washington 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 15-16 NY Giants 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, 10 New England, 11 Phila. 56 British Columbia (CFL)

Name, Pos Parker, Vaughn, OG Patton, Marvcus, OLB Paul, Don, LB/C Paulsen, Logan, TE Payton, Jordan, WR Pederson, Don, TE Penaranda, Jairo, RB Pentecost, John, OG Perkins, Paul, RB Perry, Tab, WR Peters, Doug, HB Peterson, Cal, LB Phifer, Roman, LB Pifferini, Bob, LB Pitts, Ron, DB Potter, Ken, PK Price, Brian, DT Price, Dennis, DB Price, Sheldon, DB Primus, James, RB Profit, Mel, E Ramsey, Tom, QB Redmond, Alex, OL Reese, Marcus, LB Richards, David, OT Richardson, Bob, DB Richardson, John, DT Richardson, Paul, WR Riley, Avon, LB Rios, Marcus, DB Robinson, Jerry, LB Rogers, Don, DB Rosario, Nelson, TE Rutledge, Craig, DB Saffer, Mike, OT Salsbury, Jim, OG/OT Sanchez, Lupe, DB Sandifer, Dan, DB Sandifer, Bill, DT/DE Schroeder, Jay, QB Sciarra, John, DB Scribner, Rob, HB Seidman, Mike, TE Serwanga, Wasswa, DB Sharpe, Luis, OT Sherrard, Mike, WR Shinnick, Don, LB Shipkey, Jerry, FB/DB/LB Shirk, Marshall, DT Slagle, Larry, OG Slater, Matthew, WR/KR Smith, Bobby, DB Smith, Earl, E Smith, Hal, DT

Years in Pro Football 94-03 San Diego, 04 Washington 90-94 Buffalo, 95-98 Washington, 99-02 Kansas City 48-55 Los Angeles 10-14 (15 IR) Washington, 16 Chicago, 17 San Francisco 16 Cleveland 78 Los Angeles 81 LA (Rams), 83 Oakland (USFL), 84 Memphis (USFL), 85 Philadelphia 65 Ottawa (CFL), 67 Minnesota, 68-69 Winnipeg (CFL) 16-17 NY Giants 05-07 Cincinnati, 08 Miami (IR) 56 British Columbia (CFL) 74-75 Dallas, 76 Tampa Bay, 79-81 Kansas City, 82-83 Los Angeles (Raiders) 91-94 Los Angeles (Rams), 95-98 St. Louis, 99-00 NY (Jets), 01-04 New England, 05 NY (Giants) 72-75 Chicago, 77 Los Angeles 85-87 Buffalo, 88-90 Green Bay 85 Portland (USFL) 10-11 Tampa Bay. 12 Chicago 88-90 LA (Raiders), 90-92 New York (Jets) 13-15 Indianapolis, 15 Baltimore (PS), 16-17 Baltimore (IR) 88-89 Atlanta 66-71 Toronto (CFL) 83-84 LA (USFL), 84 Oakland (USFL), 84-88 New England, 89 Indianapolis 16-17 Cincinnati (PS) 03 San Francisco (PS), 03 Chicago (PS), 04-05 Chicago 88-92 San Diego, 93 Detroit, 94-96 Atlanta, 96 New England 66 Denver, 67-68 Hamilton (CFL) 67-71 Miami, 72-73 St. Louis 93 Philadelphia 81-86 Houston, 87 Pittsburgh 17 Denver 79-84 Philadelphia, 85-91 LA (Raiders) 84-85 Cleveland 12 Carolina (PS) 87 Los Angeles (Rams) 03 Atlanta 55-56 Detroit, 57-58 Green Bay 84 Arizona (USFL), 85 Orlando (USFL), 86-88 Pittsburgh 50 San Francisco 74-76 San Francisco, 77-78 Seattle 84-88 Washington, 88-92 LA (Raiders), 93 Cincinnati, 94 Arizona 76-77 Brit. Columbia (CFL), 78-83 Philadelphia 73-76 Los Angeles 03-06 Carolina, 07 Indianapolis (IR) 99 San Francisco, 00 Amsterdam (NFL Europe), 00-01 Minnesota 82-84 St. Louis, 85 Memphis (USFL), 85-87 St. Louis, 88-93 Phoenix, 94 Arizona 86-88 Dallas (injured 87-88), 89-92 San Fran., 93-95 NY (Giants), 96 Denver 57-69 Baltimore 48-52 Pittsburgh, 53 Chicago 65-71 Ottawa (CFL) 68-71 Winnipeg (CFL) 08-17 New England 62-65 Los Angeles, 65-66 Detroit 61 Saskatchewan (CFL) 60 Boston, 60 Denver, 61 Oakland

Jayon Brown No. 55 (Photo courtesy of the Tennessee Titans)

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BRUINS IN THE NFL Williams, Dokie, WR Williams, Kevin, RB Williams, Michael, DB Williams, Shaun, DB Willis, Matt, WR Wingle, Blake, OG Witcher, Dick, WR/TE/FL Wrightman, Tim, TE Young, Michael, WR Yount, Christian, LS Zeno, Lance, C/OG Zumwalt, Jordan, LB

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), 09-12 Denver 83-85 Pittsburgh, 85 Green Bay, 87 Cleveland 66-73 San Francisco 83 Chicago (USFL), 84 Arizona (USFL), 85-86 Chicago 85-88 LA (Rams), 89-92 Denver, 93 Kansas City, 93 Philadelphia, 94 Kansas City 11 Tampa Bay, 11-14 Cleveland 92 Sacramento (WL), 92-93 Cleveland, 93 Green Bay, 96 Scottish Claymores (WL) 14-15 Pittsburgh (IR)

Myles Jack (Photo courtesy of Getty Images) Name, Pos Smith, Kevin, TE/FB Smith, Milt, OE/DB Smith, Ray, HB Snelling, Ken, FB/LB Sommers, Jack, C/LB Sparlis, Al, G/LB Stanley, Matt, FB Stauch, Scott, FB Steffen, Jim, DB Stephens, Frank, LB Stevens, Matt, QB Stits, Bill, DB/HB Stokes, J.J., WR Strode, Woody, OE/DE Stroschein, Breck, DE Su’a-Filo, Xavier OL Sullivan, Tom, DB Tautolo, John, OG Tautolo, Terry, LB Taylor, Tommy, LB Tennell, Derek, TE Tenningkeit, Tim, DT Thomas, Robert, LB Thompson, Harry, OG/DL/LB Townsell, Jojo, FL Toy, Maury, RB Tuiasosopo, Manu, DT Turner, Eric, FS Turner, Jimmy, DB Turner, Marcus, CB Tyler, Wendell, HB Vanderdoes, Eddie, DL Verner, Alterraun, CB Vieira, Steven, OL Villanueva, Primo, QB Von Sonn, Andy, LB Wahler, Jim, DT Walen, Mark, DT Walendy, Craig, FB Wallace, Aaron, LB Walker, Bruce, NT Walker, Rick, TE Walton, Bruce, OT/OG/C Ward, Phillip, OLB Ware, Matt, DB Washington, James, DB Washington, Kenny, HB/DB Waterfield, Bob, QB/DB Welch, Herb, DB Werner, Matt, DT West, Doug, LB White Jr., Manuel, RB Wilkinson, Bob, OE/DB/HB

Years in Pro Football 92-94 LA (Raiders), 95 Oakland, 96 Green Bay 45 Philadelphia 60-62 Saskatchewan (CFL) 45 Green Bay 47 Washington 46 Green Bay 04 San Francisco 81 San Francisco, 81 New Orleans 59-60 Detroit, 61-65 Washington 79-80 Toronto (CFL) 87 Kansas City 54-56 Detroit, 57-58 San Francisco, 59 Washington, 59-61 NY(Giants) 95-02 San Francisco, 03 Jacksonville, 03 New England 46 Los Angeles, 47 CFL, 48-49 Calgary (CFL) 51 New York (Yankees) 14-17 Houston 83-85 Denver (USFL) 81 New England, 82-83 New York (Giants), 85 Portland (USFL) 76-79 Philadelphia, 80-81 San Francisco, 81-82 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 17 Oakland 10-13 Tennessee; 14-16 Tampa Bay, 17 Miami 05 Cincinnati 55-58 British Columbia (CFL) 64 Los Angeles 89-92 Phoenix, 92-93 Washington 87-89 Dallas 00 NY Giants 16-17 Tennessee 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, 06-10 Arizona 88-89 LA (Rams), 90-94 Dallas, 95 Washington 46-48 Los Angeles 45 Cleveland, 46-52 Los Angeles, 60-62 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)

Kenny Clark No. 97 (Photo courtesy of Getty Images)

CURRENT NFL COACHES WITH BRUIN TIES (as of 6/10/18) AFC Name Chris Horton Kelly Skipper Jacob Burney Daronte Jones DeWayne Walker Mike Rutenberg Eric Bieniemy Alfredo Roberts Rip Scherer Karl Dorrell Tom Cable Brian Callahan

Player/Coach at UCLA Player Coach Coach Coach Coach Coach Coach Father/Austin Coach Player/Coach Coach Player

2017 NFL Team Baltimore Ravens (asst. special teams) Buffalo Bills (running backs) Cincinnati Bengals (defensive line) Cincinnati Bengals (cornerbacks) Cleveland Browns (defensive backs) Jacksonville Jaguars (asst. linebackers) Kansas City Chiefs (offensive coordinator) Los Angeles Chargers (running backs) Los Angeles Chargers (tight ends) New York Jets (wide receivers) Oakland Raiders (offensive line) Oakland Raiders (quarterbacks)

Coach Coach Player Coach Intern Coach Coach Coach Coach Coach Coach Father/Caleb Coach Player/GA Coach Coach Player Player Coach Player Player/Coach

Atlanta Falcons (linebackers) Arizona Cardinals (sr. asst. defensive line) Dallas Cowboys (wide receivers) Detroit Lions (asst. offensive line) Green Bay Packers (wide receivers) Los Angeles Rams (senior offensive asst.) Los Angeles Rams (running backs) Los Angeles Rams (wide receivers) Minnesota Vikings (special teams asst.) Minnesota Vikings (running backs) Philadelphia Eagles (safeties) Philadelphia Eagles (defensive line) San Francisco 49ers (asst. head coach/te) San Francisco 49ers (off. quality control) San Francisco 49ers (head coach) Seattle Seahawks (asst. defensive line) Seattle Seahawks (tight ends) Seattle Seahawks (defensive coordinator) Seattle Seahawks (special teams coord.) Tennessee Titans (offensive line) Washington Redskins (asst. offensive line)

NFC Jeff Ulbrich Don Johnson Sanjay Lal Hank Fraley David Raih Jedd Fisch Skip Peete Eric Yarber Ryan Ficken Kennedy Polamalu Tim Hauck Chris Wilson Jon Embree Taylor Embree Kyle Shanahan Jethro Franklin Pat McPherson Ken Norton, Jr. Brian Schneider Keith Carter Phil Rauscher

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CHICAGO BEARS

Joseph Fauria, TE 2012 (2015 PS) David Carter, DL 2010 (2011-13) Matt Ware, DB 2003 (2006-10) 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)

Logan Paulsen, TE 2009 (2016) Anthony Jefferson, DB 2014 (2015 IR) Kahlil Bell, RB 2008 (2009-12) 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)

ATLANTA FALCONS Takkarist McKinley, DL 2016 (2017) Derrick Coleman, RB 2011 (2017) Devin Fuller, WR 2015 (2016) 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)

BALTIMORE RAVENS Sheldon Price, DB 2012 (2015 PS, 16-17 IR) Kevin McDermott, LS 2012 (2014) Brendon Ayanbadejo, LB, 1998 (2008-12) 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)

BUFFALO BILLS Conor McDermott, OL 2016 (2017 PS) 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)

CAROLINA PANTHERS Nate Chandler, DL/OT 2011 (2011-15) Nelson Rosario, TE 2011 (2012 PS) Justin Medlock, PK 2006 (2012) 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, o, QB o, B 1984 (1999) (

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)

DETROIT LIONS Jeff Locke, P 2012 (2017) Joseph Fauria, TE 2012 (2013-14) Aaron Hester, DB 2012 (2014 PS) Korey Bosworth, DE 2009 (2010 IR) Spencer Havner, LB 2005 (2010) 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)

CINCINNATI BENGALS Alex Redmond, OL 2015 (2016PS-17) Tony Dye, DB 2011 (2012 IR-13) 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)

CLEVELAND BROWNS Jordan Payton, WR 2015 (2016) Christian Yount, LS 2010 (2011-14) Kenyon Coleman, DT 2001 (2009-10) 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)

GREEN BAY PACKERS Kenny Clark, DL 2015 (2016-17) Brett Hundley, QB 2014 (2015-17) Datone Jones, DE 2012 (2013-16) Johnathan Franklin, RB 2012 (2013) Kahlil Bell, RB 2008 (2013) Brandon Chillar, LB 2003 (2008-10) Spencer Havner, LB/TE 2005 (2006 PS, 2007-10) 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) 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)

DALLAS COWBOYS Datone Jones, DL 2012 (2017) Jake Brendel, OL 2015 (2016 PS) David Carter, DL 2010 (2014) Kyle Bosworth, LB 2009 (2013) Kai Forbath, PK 2010 (2011 IR) Kenyon Coleman, DL 2001(2003-06, 2011-12) Jeff Grau, LS 2001 (2002) Jason Bell, CB 2000 (2001) Troy Aikman, QB 1988 (1989-2000) 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)

HOUSTON TEXANS Ka’imi Fairbairn, PK 2015 (2016 IR-17) Rahim Moore, DB 2010 (2015) Xavier Su’a-Filo, OL 2013 (2014-17) Mike Flanagan, C 1995 (2006-07) Jason Bell, DB 2000 (2002-05) Chad Overhauser, OL 1997 (2002) Ed Ieremia-Stansbury, FB 2001 (2002)

DENVER BRONCOS Marcus Rios, DB 2016 (2017) Kevin McDermott, LS 2012 (2014) Aaron Hester, DB 2012 (2013 PS) Rahim Moore, DB 2010 (2011-14) Matt Willis, WR 2006 (2009-12) Marques Anderson, DB 2001 (2005) Keith Brown, TB 1999 (2000 PS) Mike Lodish, DL 1989 (1995-00) Willie Anderson, WR 1987 (1997)

INDIANAPOLIS COLTS Akeem Ayers, LB 2010 (2016) Sheldon Price, DB 2012 (2013-14) Justin Hickman, LB 2006 (2011-13)

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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 Eli Ankou, DL 2016 (2017) Myles Jack, LB 2015 (2016-17) Kyle Bosworth, LB 2009 (2010-11 IR,2012) Marcedes Lewis, TE 2005 (2006-16) Maurice Jones-Drew, RB 2005 (2006-13) 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, 07-08) 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)

LOS ANGELES CHARGERS Jeff Baca, OG 2012 (2014) Mike Harris, OT 2011 (2012-13) 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)

LOS ANGELES RAMS Akeem Ayers, LB 2010 (2015) Cory Harkey, TE 2011 (2012 PS-13, 14-16) Justin Medlock, PK 2006 (2008 PS) 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)


BRUINS IN THE NFL

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) 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) Joe Keeble, B 1933 (1937)

MIAMI DOLPHINS Alterraun Verner, DB 2009 (2017) Jake Brendel, OL 2015 (2016-17) Thomas Duarte, TE 2015 (2016-17 PS) 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)

MINNESOTA VIKINGS Datone Jones, DL (2017) Kai Forbath, PK 2010 (2016-17) Eric Kendricks, LB 2014 (2015-17) Kevin McDermott, LS 2012 (2015-17) Anthony Barr, LB 2013 (2014-17) Jeff Locke, P 2012 (2103-16) Jeff Baca, OG 2012 (2013) Mike Harris, OT 2011 (2014-15) Chris Kluwe, P 2004 (2005-12) 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 Cassius Marsh, DL 2013 (2017) Joseph Fauria, TE 2012 (2015 PS) Akeem Ayers, LB 2010 (2014) Jarrad Page, S 2005 (2010) Bret Lockett, S 2008 (2009,10 IR, 11 IR) Matthew Slater, WR/KR 2007 (2009-16) 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)

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)

NEW ORLEANS SAINTS Kai Forbath, PK 2010 (2015) Kenyon Coleman, DL 2001 (2013 IR) Rodney Leisle, DT 2003 (2004-06, 09) 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)

PHILADELPHIA EAGLES Randall Goforth, DB 2016 (2017 IR) Malcolm Bunche, OL 2014 (2105 PS) Jarrad Page, DB 2005 (2011) 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) 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)

NEW YORK GIANTS Paul Perkins, RB 2015 (2016-17) Owamagbe Odighizuwa, DL 2014 (2015-16) Kyle Bosworth, LB 2009 (2013) 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)

PITTSBURGH STEELERS Jordan Zumwalt, LB 2013 (2014-15 IR) 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)

NEW YORK JETS Shaq Evans, WR 2013 (2014 IR) Kahlil Bell, RB 2008 (2012-13) 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)

SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS Cassius Marsh, DL 2013 (2017) Logan Paulsen, TE 2009 (2017) Kevin McDermott, LS 2012 (2013) Bruce Davis, LB 2007 (2010 PS) 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)

OAKLAND RAIDERS Eddie Vanderdoes, DL 2016 (2017) Tony Dye, DB 2011 (2014 PS) David Carter, DL 2010 (2014) Justin Medlock, PK 2006 (2013 PS) Bruce Davis, LB 2007 (2010) Robert Thomas, LB 2001 (2006-08) Marques Anderson, S 2001 (2004) Larry Atkins, LB 1998 (2003)

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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)

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS Cassius Marsh, DL 2013 (2014 IR, 15-17) Derrick Coleman, RB 2011 (2012, PS-13, 14-IR, 15) Kevin Brown, RB 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 Caleb Benenoch, OL 2015 (2016-17) Alterraun Verner, CB 2009 (2014-16) Brian Price, DT 2009 (2010-11) 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 Jayon Brown, LB 2016 (2017) Aaron Wallace, LB 2015 (2016-17) Akeem Ayers, LB 2010 (2011-13) Alterraun Verner, CB 2009 (2010-13) Dave Ball, DE 2003 (2008-09, 12) 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 Fabian Moreau, DB 2016 (2017) Kai Forbath, PK 2010 (2012-14) Logan Paulsen, TE 2009 (2010-14, 15 IR) Terrence Austin, WR 2009 (2010-11) Chris Horton, S 2007 (2008-10) 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) NOTE --- Name, Pos., Last Year Lettered at UCLA (Years on NFL roster)


BRUINS IN THE NFL

UCLA’S ALL-PRO SELECTIONS (as chosen by Associated Press)

UCLA’S NFL PRO BOWL PLAYERS (dating to 1970)

Season 2017 2016 2013 2011 2006 2004

Year 2018

2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1995 1994 1993 1990 1989 1988 1986 1985 1984 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1972 1971 1970 1969 1966 1965 1957 1955 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1946 1945

Name Matthew Slater Matthew Slater Alterraun Verner Maurice Jones-Drew Jonathan Ogden Jonathan Ogden Donnie Edwards Jonathan Ogden Jonathan Ogden Donnie Edwards Jamir Miller Jonathan Ogden Jonathan Ogden Carnell Lake Jonathan Ogden Jonathan Ogden Carnell Lake Jonathan Ogden Carnell Lake Eric Turner Carnell Lake Norm Johnson Ken Norton Luis Sharpe Max Montoya Luis Sharpe Randy Cross Kenny Easley Kenny Easley Randy Cross Freeman McNeil Randy Cross Jerry Robinson Jerry Robinson Frank Corral Efren Herrera Efren Herrera Jimmy Johnson Jimmy Johnson Jimmy Johnson Jimmy Johnson Jimmy Johnson Jimmy Johnson Milt Davis Tom Fears Don Paul Jerry Shipkey Don Paul Jerry Shipkey Tom Fears Bob Waterfield Bob Waterfield Tom Fears Bob Waterfield Bob Waterfield

Team/Position 2nd team/Special Teams 1st Team/Special Teams 2nd Team/CB 1st Team/RB 2nd Team/LT 2nd Team/LT 2nd Team/LB 1st Team/LT 1st Team/LT 2nd Team/MLB 1st Team/DE-LB 2nd Team/LT 1st Team/LT 2nd Team/FS 2nd Team/LT 2nd Team/LT 1st Team/SS 1st Team/LT 2nd Team/SS 1st Team/FS 2nd Team/SS 2nd Team/K 2nd Team/MLB 2nd Team/LT 2nd Team/RG 2nd Team/LT 2nd Team/RG 1st Team/SS 1st Team/SS 2nd Team/RG 1st Team/RB 2nd Team/RG 2nd Team/ROLB 2nd Team/ROLB 2nd Team/K 1st Team/K 2nd Team/K 1st Team/LCB 1st Team/LCB 1st Team/LCB 1st Team/LCB 2nd Team/LCB 2nd Team/LCB 1st Team/RDH 2nd Team/LE 1st Team/RLB 1st Team/LLB 2nd Team/RLB 1st Team/RLB 1st Team/LE 2nd Team/K-P-QB 1st Team/K-P-QB 2nd Team/LE 1st Team/K-P-QB 1st Team/K-P-QB

NFL Team New England Patriots New England Patriots Tennessee Titans Jacksonville Jaguars Baltimore Ravens Baltimore Ravens San Diego Chargers Baltimore Ravens Baltimore Ravens San Diego Chargers Cleveland Browns Baltimore Ravens Baltimore Ravens Jacksonville Jaguars Baltimore Ravens Baltimore Ravens Pittsburgh Steelers Baltimore Ravens Pittsburgh Steelers Cleveland Browns Pittsburgh Steelers Atlanta Falcons Dallas Cowboys Arizona Cardinals Cincinnati Bengals Arizona Cardinals San Francisco 49ers Seattle Seahawks Seattle Seahawks San Francisco 49ers New York Jets San Francisco 49ers Philadelphia Eagles Philadelphia Eagles Los Angeles Rams Dallas Cowboys Dallas Cowboys San Francisco 49ers San Francisco 49ers San Francisco 49ers San Francisco 49ers San Francisco 49ers San Francisco 49ers Baltimore Colts Los Angeles Rams Los Angeles Rams Pittsburgh Steelers Los Angeles Rams Pittsburgh Steelers Los Angeles Rams Los Angeles Rams Los Angeles Rams Los Angeles Rams Los Angeles Rams Cleveland Rams

2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997

1996 1995

1994

1993

1992 1991 1989

UCLA’S NFL ALL-DECADE TEAM SELECTIONS

1988

Years 2000’s 1990’s 1980’s 1970’s 1950’s 1940’s

1987

Name Jonathan Ogden Carnell Lake Kenny Easley Jimmy Johnson Tom Fears Bob Waterfield

Position Left Tackle Safety Safety Cornerback End Quarterback

NFL Team Baltimore Ravens Pittsburgh Steelers, Jacksonville Jaguars Seattle Seahawks San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Rams Cleveland Rams, Los Angeles Rams

1986 1985 1984

1983 1982

1979 1978 1977 1974 1972 1971 1970

No. 51 Randy Cross (Photo courtesy of San Francisco 49ers)

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Name Anthony Barr Matthew Slater Anthony Barr Matthew Slater Anthony Barr Matthew Slater Matthew Slater Matthew Slater Matthew Slater Alterraun Verner Matthew Slater Maurice Jones-Drew Matthew Slater Maurice Jones-Drew Marcedes Lewis Maurice Jones-Drew Brendon Ayanbadejo Brendon Ayanbadejo Jonathan Ogden Brendon Ayanbadejo Jonathan Ogden Jonathan Ogden Jonathan Ogden Mike Flanagan Jonathan Ogden Donnie Edwards Jonathan Ogden Jamir Miller Jonathan Ogden Jonathan Ogden Carnell Lake Jonathan Ogden Jonathan Ogden Carnell Lake Ken Norton, Jr. Jonathan Ogden Troy Aikman Carnell Lake Troy Aikman Steve Bono Carnell Lake Ken Norton, Jr. Mark Tuinei Troy Aikman Carnell Lake DuVal Love Mark Tuinei Troy Aikman Max Montoya Ken Norton, Jr. Troy Aikman Troy Aikman Gaston Green Max Montoya Luis Sharpe Max Montoya Luis Sharpe Kenny Easley Luis Sharpe Max Montoya Jay Schroeder Kenny Easley Freeman McNeil Randy Cross Kenny Easley Norm Johnson Freeman McNeil Wendell Tyler Kenny Easley Randy Cross Kenny Easley Freeman McNeil Wally Henry Frank Corral Dave Dalby Efren Herrera Jimmy Johnson Jimmy Johnson Jimmy Johnson Jimmy Johnson

Position LB WR/Special Teams LB WR/Special Teams LB WR/Special Teams WR/Special Teams WR/Special Teams WR/Special Teams CB WR/Special Teams RB WR/Special Teams RB TE RB LB LB OT LB OT OT OT C OT LB OT LB OT OT S OT OT S LB OT QB S QB QB S LB OT QB S OG OT QB OG LB QB QB RB OG OT OG OT S OT OG QB S RB OG S K RB RB S OG S RB Kick Ret. K C K CB CB CB CB

NFL Team Minnesota Vikings New England Patriots Minnesota Vikings New England Patriots Minnesota Vikings New England Patriots New England Patriots New England Patriots New England Patriots Tennessee Titans New England Patriots Jacksonville Jaguars New England Patriots Jacksonville Jaguars Jacksonville Jaguars Jacksonville Jaguars Baltimore Ravens Chicago Bears Baltimore Ravens Chicago Bears Baltimore Ravens Baltimore Ravens Baltimore Ravens Green Bay Packers Baltimore Ravens San Diego Chargers Baltimore Ravens Cleveland Browns Baltimore Ravens Baltimore Ravens Jacksonville Jaguars Baltimore Ravens Baltimore Ravens Pittsburgh Steelers San Francisco 49ers Baltimore Ravens Dallas Cowboys Pittsburgh Steelers Dallas Cowboys Kansas City Chiefs Pittsburgh Steelers San Francisco 49ers Dallas Cowboys Dallas Cowboys Pittsburgh Steelers Pittsburgh Steelers Dallas Cowboys Dallas Cowboys Oakland Raiders Dallas Cowboys Dallas Cowboys Dallas Cowboys Denver Broncos Cincinnati Bengals Arizona Cardinals Cincinnati Bengals Arizona Cardinals Seattle Seahawks St. Louis Cardinals Cincinnati Bengals Washington Redskins Seattle Seahawks New York Jets San Francisco 49ers Seattle Seahawks Seattle Seahawks New York Jets San Francisco 49ers Seattle Seahawks San Francisco 49ers Seattle Seahawks New York Jets Philadelphia Eagles Los Angeles Rams Oakland Raiders Dallas Cowboys San Francisco 49ers San Francisco 49ers San Francisco 49ers San Francisco 49ers


BRUINS IN THE NFL

UCLA’S NFL DRAFT HISTORY Player, Pos.

Rd.-Pick

Team

1936 Chuck Cheshire, B

2-17

Detroit Lions

1937 Fred Funk, B

7-62

Brooklyn Dodgers

1939 John Ryland, C

14-123

Cleveland Rams

1941 Jack Sommers, C Del Lyman, T

11-92 14-126

Chicago Cardinals Green Bay Packers

1943 Ken Snelling, E Al Solari, B Chuck Fears, T

7-58 9-75 27-251

Green Bay Packers Cleveland Rams Detroit Lions

1944 Bob Waterfield, B George Phillips, B Jack Lescoulie, G Dave Brown, E Milt Smith, DB

5-42 8-74 12-112 20-204 23-234

Cleveland Rams Philadelphia Eagles Detroit Lions Washington Redskins Philadelphia Eagles

1945 Vic Smith, B Tom Fears, E Jack Boyd, B Bill Chambers, T Don Malmberg, B

10-97 11-103 12-116 13-129 22-221

New York Giants Cleveland Rams Chicago Bears Philadelphia Eagles Pittsburgh Steelers

1946 Don Paul, C George Robotham, E Don Malmberg, T Bill Stiers, B Bob Hansen, E Al Sparlis, G

5-40 7-57 20-187 22-205 28-263 30-286

Los Angeles Rams Philadelphia Eagles Detroit Lions New York Giants Pittsburgh Steelers Green Bay Packers

1947 Cal Rossi, B Ernie Case, B Burr Baldwin, E Don Paul, C Jerry Shipkey, FB Roy Kurrasch, E Mike Dimitro, G Bernie Reiges, B Leon McLaughlin, C

1-4 1-6 3-20 3-21 8-58 9-68 13-113 20-183 21-193

Washington Redskins Green Bay Packers Green Bay Packers Los Angeles Rams Pittsburgh Steelers Washington Redskins Los Angeles Rams Los Angeles Rams Los Angeles Rams

1948 Jack Meyers, B

5-33

1949 Bill Clements, E

22-218

Washington Redskins

1950 Bob Wilkinson, E Ernie Johnson, B

10-124 10-131

New York Giants Philadelphia Eagles

Philadelphia Eagles

1951 Bob Watson, E James Stroschein, E Howie Hansen, B

18-215 24-287 28-334

New York Yanks New York Yanks Pittsburgh Steelers

1952 Hal Mitchell, T Joe Marvin, B

14-167 19-223

New York Giants Washington Redskins

1953 Donn Moomaw, C Chuck Doud, G Jack Ellena, T Ike Jones, E Ernie Stockert, E Joe Sabol, B

1-9 12-144 19-228 25-295 25-298 28-326

Los Angeles Rams Los Angeles Rams Los Angeles Rams Green Bay Packers San Francisco 49ers Baltimore Colts

1954 Bill Stits, B Paul Cameron, B Milt Davis, B Pete O’Garro, E

4-44 8-91 8-97 9-100

Detroit Lions Pittsburgh Steelers Detroit Lions New York Giants

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1955 Bob Long, B Jim Salsbury,G Joe Ray,T

2-18 2-24 11-127

Los Angeles Rams Detroit Lions Los Angeles Rams

1956 Johnny Hermann, B Jim Decker, B Gil Moreno, T Tom Adams, E Jim Brown, G John Smith, B Sam Brown, B Bob Davenport, B Hardiman Cureton, T Rommie Loudd, E Doug Peters, B

10-117 11-132 12-142 17-202 18-210 19-226 22-265 25-301 26-312 26-304 29-338

New York Giants Los Angeles Rams Washington Redskins Chicago Bears Chicago Cardinals Chicago Bears Cleveland Browns Cleveland Browns Los Angeles Rams San Francisco 49ers Detroit Lions

1957 Don Shinnick, LB Ronnie Knox, QB Hal Smith, B Pat Pinkston, E

2-20 3-37 18-214 21-243

Baltimore Colts Chicago Bears Chicago Cardinals Los Angeles Rams

1958 Bill Mason, B Jim Matheny, C Phil Parslow, B Esker Harris, G

14-163 20-231 23-274 26-302

Los Angeles Rams Chicago Cardinals Baltimore Colts Green Bay Packers

1959 Kirk Wilson, B Jim Steffen, B Bill Leeka, T Craig Chudy, E Rafer Johnson, B

9-106 13-149 17-199 24-282 28-333

Cleveland Browns Detroit Lions Pittsburgh Steelers San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Rams

1960 Marv Luster, E Paul Oglesby, T

9-97 10-113

Los Angeles Rams Chicago Cardinals

1961 Jimmy Johnson, B Billy Kilmer, B Bobby Smith, B

1-6 1-11 7-88

1962 Marshall Shirk, T Andy Von Sonn, C Foster Anderson, T

9-114 14-189 20-268

Minnesota Vikings Chicago Bears Los Angeles Rams

1963 Kermit Alexander, B Mel Profit, E

1-8 9-113

San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Rams

1964 Al Geverink, HB Kent Francisco, T

8-101 14-196

Dallas Cowboys Chicago Bears

1965 Mitch Johnson, T

17-229

Dallas Cowboys

1966 Dick Witcher, E

8-119

San Francisco 49ers

1967 Mel Farr, HB John Richardson, DT

1-7 9-216

Detroit Lions Miami Dolphins

1968 Gary Beban, QB Larry Slagle, OG Don Manning, LB

2-30 11-285 17-436

Los Angeles Rams St. Louis Cardinals Cincinnati Bengals

1969 Larry Agajanian, DT Ron Copeland, FL Harold Busby, WR

7-168 7-169 14-362

Green Bay Packers Chicago Bears Oakland Raiders

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

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

San Francisco 49ers San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Rams


BRUINS IN THE NFL Player, Pos.

Rd.-Pick

Team

1971 Tim Oesterling, DT Bruce Bergey, DE

10-253 14-354

Oakland Raiders Kansas City Chiefs

1972 Ed Galigher, DE Dave Dalby, C Bob Christiansen, TE Bob Pifferini, LB

4-89 4-100 5-125 6-133

New York Jets Oakland Raiders Los Angeles Rams Chicago Bears

1973 Allan Ellis, DB Bruce Walton, OT Brad Lyman, WR Bruce Barnes, P John Smith, WR Reggie Echols, WR

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

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

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

1975 Fulton Kuykendall, LB Eugene Clark, OG Art Kuehn, C Myke Horton, OT

6-132 9-222 15-384 17-428

Atlanta Falcons Pittsburgh Steelers Washington Redskins New England Patriots

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

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

1977 Wendell Tyler, RB Rick Walker, TE Ray Burks, LB

3-79 4-85 12-318

Los Angeles Rams Cincinnati Bengals Kansas City Chiefs

1978 Frank Corral, P Levi Armstrong, DB Homer Buter, WR Gus Coppens, OT

3-78 7-169 8-222 12-330

Los Angeles Rams New York Jets Dallas Cowboys Los Angeles Rams

1979 Manu Tuiasosopo, DT Jerry Robinson, LB James Owens, WR Theotis Brown, RB Johnny Lynn, DB Max Montoya, OT Bruce Davis, OT

1-18 1-21 2-29 2-35 4-98 7-168 11-294

Seattle Seahawks Philadelphia Eagles San Francisco 49ers St. Louis Cardinals New York Jets Cincinnati Bengals Oakland Raiders

1980 Brent Boyd, C

3-68

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 Paul Bergmann, TE Kevin Nelson, RB Lupe Sanchez, DB Doug West, LB 1985 Steve Bono, QB Mike Young, WR Ron Pitts, DB Duval Love, OT Neal Dellocono, LB Herb Welch, DB

1981 Freeman McNeil, RB Kenny Easley, DB Larry Lee, OG Avon Riley, LB Curt Mohl, OT Ronnie DeBose, TE Jairo Penaranda, RB

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

1982 Luis Sharpe, OT Tim Wrightman, TE Martin Moss, DE Joe Gary, DT Ricky Coffman, SE

1-16 3-62 8-208 9-249 11-285

St. Louis Cardinals Chicago Bears Detroit Lions Dallas Cowboys Los Angeles Rams

147

San Francisco 49ers New York Jets Cincinnati Bengals Los Angeles Raiders Kansas City Chiefs Pittsburgh Steelers New England Patriots

1-18 Cleveland Browns 3-83 Washington Redskins 11-283 New York Giants 11-302 Seattle Seahawks 12-319 New England Patriots *Supplemental Draft of USFL and CFL Players 1984 1-8 Indianapolis Colts 2-30 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2-34 Kansas City Chiefs 3-71 Cleveland Browns 6-142 6-161 7-169 10-274 11-297 12-326

Minnesota Vikings Los Angeles Rams Buffalo Bills Los Angeles Rams Dallas Cowboys New York Giants

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

7-185 8-200 11-283 12-310

Seattle Seahawks Indianapolis Colts San Diego Chargers San Diego Chargers

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

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

1989 Troy Aikman, QB Carnell Lake, LB Eric Ball, TB Darryl Henley, CB Jim Wahler, NG Marcus Turner, CB Eric Smith, LB

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

1990 Charles Arbuckle, TE Frank Cornish, C Marvcus Patton, OLB Mike Lodish, DT Kirk Maggio, P

5-125 6-143 8-208 10-265 12-325

New Orleans Saints San Diego Chargers Buffalo Bills Buffalo Bills Green Bay Packers

1991 Eric Turner, FS Roman Phifer, OLB Randy Austin, TE Scott Miller, WR Rocen Keeton, OLB

1-2 2-31 8-199 9-246 11-288

Cleveland Browns Los Angeles Rams Atlanta Falcons Miami Dolphins New York Jets

1992 Tommy Maddox, QB Dion Lambert, CB Maury Toy, RB Matt Darby, SS James Malone, ILB Kevin Smith, FB

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

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

Minnesota Vikings

3-59 3-78 3-81 5-138 8-204 9-244 10-267


BRUINS IN THE NFL Player, Pos. 1993 Carlton Gray, CB Sean LaChapelle, WR Kevin Williams, RB Othello Henderson, FS

Rd.-Pick 2-30 5-122 5-126 7-193

Team Seattle Seahawks Los Angeles Rams Denver Broncos New Orleans Saints

1994 Jamir Miller, OLB Bruce Walker, DL Vaughn Parker, OT Craig Novitsky, OG Marvin Goodwin, SS

1-10 2-37 2-63 5-143 5-144

Arizona Cardinals Philadelphia Eagles San Diego Chargers New Orleans Saints Philadelphia Eagles

1995 J.J. Stokes, WR Carl Greenwood, CB

1-10 5-142

San Francisco 49ers New York Jets

1996 Jonathan Ogden, OT Karim Abdul-Jabbar, TB Mike Flanagan, C Donnie Edwards, LB

1-4 3-80 3-90 4-98

Baltimore Ravens Miami Dolphins Green Bay Packers Kansas City Chiefs

1998 Shaun Williams, FS Skip Hicks, TB Chad Overhauser, OT

1-24 3-69 7-217

New York Giants Washington Redskins Chicago Bears

1999 Cade McNown, QB Kris Farris, OT Larry Atkins, S

1-12 3-74 3-84

Chicago Bears Pittsburgh Steelers Kansas City Chiefs

2000 Danny Farmer, WR

4-103

Pittsburgh Steelers

2001 Freddie Mitchell, WR

1-25

Philadelphia Eagles

2002 Robert Thomas, LB DeShaun Foster, TB Marques Anderson, S Kenyon Coleman, DE Bryan Fletcher, TE Jeff Grau, LS

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

2003 Mike Seidman, TE Ricky Manning, Jr., CB

3-76 3-82

Carolina Panthers Carolina Panthers

2004 Matt Ware, DB Brandon Chillar, LB Dave Ball, DE Rodney Leisle, DT

3-89 4-130 5-133 5-139

Philadelphia Eagles St. Louis Rams San Diego Chargers New Orleans Saints

2005 Manuel White Jr., RB Ben Emanuel II, S Tab Perry, WR Craig Bragg, WR

4-120 5-171 6-190 6-195

Washington Redskins Carolina Panthers Cincinnati Bengals Green Bay Packers

2006 Marcedes Lewis, TE Maurice Jones-Drew, RB Jarrad Page, S

1-28 2-60 7-228

Jacksonville Jaguars Jacksonville Jaguars Kansas City Chiefs

2007 Justin Medlock, PK

5-160

Kansas City Chiefs

2008 Bruce Davis, DE Matthew Slater, KR/S Chris Horton, SS

3-88 5-153 7-249

Pittsburgh Steelers New England Patriots Washington Redskins

2010 Brian Price, DT Alterraun Verner, CB Terrence Austin, WR/KR

2-35 4-104 7-219

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tennessee Titans Washington Redskins

2011 Akeem Ayers, LB Rahim Moore, FS David Carter, DT

2-39 2-45 6-184

Tennessee Titans Denver Broncos Arizona Cardinals

2013 Datone Jones, DE Johnathan Franklin, RB Jeff Locke, P Jeff Baca, OG

1-26 4-125 5-155 6-196

Green Bay Packers Green Bay Packers Minnesota Vikings Minnesota Vikings

2014 Anthony Barr, LB Xavier Su’a-Filo, OL Cassius Marsh, DL Shaq Evans, WR Jordan Zumwalt, LB

1-9 2-33 4-108 4-115 6-192

Minnesota Vikings Houston Texans Seattle Seahawks New York Jets Pittsburgh Steelers

2015 Eric Kendricks, LB Owamagbe Odighizuwa, DL Brett Hundley, QB

2-45 3-74 5-147

Minnesota Vikings New York Giants Green Bay Packers

2016 Kenny Clark, DL Myles Jack, LB Caleb Benenoch, OL Paul Perkins, RB Jordan Payton, WR Aaron Wallace, LB Thomas Duarte, TE Devin Fuller, WR

1-27 2-36 5-148 5-149 5-154 7-222 7-231 7-238

Green Bay Packers Jacksonville Jaguars Tampa Bay Buccaneers New York Giants Cleveland Browns Tennessee Titans Miami Dolphins Atlanta Falcons

2017 Takkarist McKinley, DL Fabian Moreau, DB Eddie Vanderdoes, DL Jayon Brown, LB Conor McDermott, OL

1-26 3-81 3-88 5-155 6-211

Atlanta Falcons Washington Redskins Oakland Raiders Tennessee Titans New England Patriots

2018 Josh Rosen, QB Kolton Miller, OL Kenny Young, LB Scott Quessenberry, OL Jordan Lasley, WR

1-10 1-15 4-122 5-155 5-162

Arizona Cardinals Oakland Raiders Baltimore Ravens Los Angeles Chargers Baltimore Ravens

Wayne Cook begins his 17th year reporting from the sidelines at every football game. The former Bruin quarterback led UCLA to the 1994 Rose Bowl. Both Stevens and Cook are a big part of the “Bruin Game Day” pre-game show.

UCLA ON RADIO In 2018, UCLA football will be broadcast for the 12th year on AM 570 LA Sports (KLAC). This will also be the 22nd year of UCLA’s association with Clear Channel Radio. All games will be produced by IMG College, UCLA corporate and media rights holder, which is building a network on the West Coast. Broadcasts are also available on the Bruin website at www. uclabruins.com and tunein.com and the TuneIn App. The 2018-19 school year will mark the third year for Josh Lewin, who has more than two decades of experience calling NFL, MLB, NHL and NCAA football and basketball contests, to serve as the voice of the Bruins. He also has handled the call of the New York Mets’ radio broadcasts since 2012. From 2005-2016, he was the radio play-by-play voice of the San Diego Chargers. Lewin broadcast MLB baseball, NFL football and NHL contests for FOX Sports from 1996-2010. In addition, he worked as the radio voice of MLB’s Texas Rangers from 2002-2010 and has also called games for the Baltimore Orioles (Radio: ‘95-96), Chicago Cubs (WGN:’97) and Detroit Tigers (FSN Detroit:’98-01). Matt Stevens is in his 22nd year as the color analyst of UCLA football. He was the quarterback who engineered UCLA’s 45-28 victory over Iowa in the 1986 Rose Bowl game. Stevens has been honored by the Southern California Sports Broadcasters as best “color commentator.”

From left to right: Matt Stevens, Josh Lewin, Wayne Cook

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