Nov. 15, 2003
* Craig Bragg had 10 receptions tonight, which brings his career total to 149 catches. He is now fourth in the Bruin record books.
* His 10 receptions are a new career-high.
* With his 10 receptions, Bragg now has 65 for 954 yards this season. He ranks sixth on the single-season list in receptions and seventh in yardage.
*With 115 yards today, Brag recorded his seventh career 100-yard receiving game. He now ranks tied for fifth with Kevin Jordan and Jim McElroy on the 100-yard game list.
* Bragg returned two punts today which brought his career total to 65 punt returns. He now ranks fourth on the UCLA career punt return list. He also ranks first on the single-season list with 35 returns.
* Dave Ball, one of four finalists for the Rotary Lombardi Award and one of six finalists for the Ted Hendricks Defensive End of the Year Award, had two sacks this afternoon. He now has 15.5 this season and 29.5 in his career, both UCLA records.
* Ball had two tackles for a loss today and now has 42.5 in his career. His career mark ranks second in the Bruin record books.
OREGON POST-GAME NOTES * Jerry Matson's first quarter interception was the first of his career. It was the third interception return for a touchdown for Oregon this season.
* Samie Parker extended his string of consecutive games with a reception to 25 games.
* Kenny Washington's 97-yard kick-off return for a touchdown was the fourth longest in school history. It was the longest since 1999.
* Jared Siegel's 51-yard field goal was a season-high. With the field goal, he tied a school-record with four career field goals of over 50 yards.
* Kellen Clemen's two touchdown passes represents the first game since September 13th that one individual Oregon quarterback has thrown for more than one scoring pass in the same game.
* With his six catches today, Samie Parker moves into third on Oregon's career receptions list with 161 catches.
* Parker, a Long Beach Poly graduate, came into the game with nine catches for 102 yards and no scores in three previous games vs. UCLA.
* Today's Oregon win combined with a Washington and Stanford loss, would assure the Ducks their ninth bowl bid in 10 years and 12th in 15 years.