UCLA's record falls to 6-3, 3-3 in the Pac-10. Oregon improves to 9-1, 6-1.
UCLA still leads the series with Oregon by a count of 37-19.
The Bruins did not allow a third-quarter score for the sixth time this season. UCLA has now outscored opponents 96-10 in the third quarter this year, allowing just one field goal and one defensive touchdown.
Today's attendance was 78,330, marking the sixth consecutive home game in which the Bruins have drawn 60,000+.
Paus' season-best 321 yards passing put him in 25th place on the school's all-time single-game list.
With his fifth career 300-yard game, Paus moved into second place on the all-time school list for 300-yard games.
With two field goals, Chris Griffith moved into a tie for fourth place on the all-time school list for made field goals (33, tied with Chris Sailer).
Wide receiver Brian Poli-Dixon caught six passes for 149 yards to move into fifth place on the UCLA career receiving yards list with 2,095. The 149 yards tied him for 21st on the UCLA all-time single-game reception yardage list.
Manuel White's one-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter was the first rushing touchdown of his career.
Bruin linebacker Robert Thomas had two tackles for loss to tie the UCLA single-season record of 22, held by Marvcus Patton (1989). Thomas also moved into a tie for fifth place on the career list with 37.0 (tied with Jim Wahler, 1985-88).
Oregon Post-Game Notes
Oregon's win was the 500th in the program's 106-year history.
Oregon quarterback Joey Harrington now has led Oregon to nine fourth-quarter comebacks the last three seasons and is 10-2 in his career in games decided in the fourth quarter.
Oregon is now 17-3 in the month of November under coach Mike Bellotti and 29-9 in games decided by a touchdown or less since Bellotti became head coach prior to the 1995 season.
Senior defensive back Steve Smith had his sixth interception of the season, which is tied for eighth on the single-season list with six other players. He also has 12 career interceptions which is tied for sixth all-time at Oregon with Eric Castle (1989-92) and Steve Donnelly (1972-74).
Senior defensive back Rashad Bauman intercepted his first pass of the season in the second quarter. It was the 11th INT of his career, which ties him for ninth at Oregon with Kenny Wheaton (1994-96) and Les Palm (1964-66).
Senior running back Maurice Morris had his fourth 100-yard rushing game of the season and the eighth 100-yard rushing game of his Oregon career. Only Saladin McCullough (11/1996-97), Sean Burwell (11/1990-93), Derek Loville (11/1986-89), Reuben Droughns (10/1998-99), Bobby Moore (10/1969-71) and Ricky Whittle (9/1992-95) have more career 100-yard games than Morris.
Oregon quarterback Joey Harrington's first-quarter rushing touchdown fourth quarter passing touchdown extended two of his own Oregon records: He has now accounted for a school record 74 touchdowns - 55 passing, 18 running and one receiving. He also extended his own Oregon career record for rushing touchdowns by a quarterback to 17. His fourth-quarter touchdown pass to Josh Line gave Harrington sole possession of ninth place on the Pac-10 career touchdown passes list with 55.
Junior wide receiver Keenan Howry has caught at least one pass in each of his last 33 appearances since being shut out in his collegiate debut as a true freshman in 1999.