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2014 Pac-12 Football Media Day Front Page
 

UCLA vs. Washington
Courtesy: UCLA Athletics  
Release:  10/01/2005

Oct. 1, 2005

Recap |  Final Stats |  Quotes

  • UCLA leads the all-time series with Washington, 35-28-2, and has won the last five meetings.
  • The Bruins have won four in a row to start the season. The last time UCLA opened the season with four-straight wins was in 2001, when it started 6-0 and climbed to No. 4 in the rankings.
  • Marcedes Lewis' touchdown catch in the third quarter was the 85th reception of his career, tying Paul Bergmann's school record for career receptions by a UCLA tight end. He broke the record later in the quarter with an eight-yard reception.
  • Lewis had a career-high eight receptions on the day.
  • With 90 career receptions, Lewis moved into 16th on UCLA's career receptions list.
  • Lewis had 77 receiving yards, moving him into 19th on UCLA's all-time list with 1,126.
  • Maurice Drew rushed for 33 yards to move into 15th on UCLA's career rushing list with 1,900.
  • Drew's fourth-quarter touchdown moved him into a tie for seventh with Eric Ball (1985-88) on UCLA's all-time touchdown list with 26, and his six points moved him into a tie with Ball for 16th on the all-time scoring list (156).
  • With 287 yards passing yards tonight, Drew Olson moved past Tom Ramsey into third place on UCLA's career passing yards list with 6,373 yards.
  • Olson completed 29 passes, the second-highest single-game total of his career. (career-high is 30)
  • Spencer Havner had 11 tackles, moving him into seventh on UCLA's all-time list for career tackles (337).
  • Marcus Cassel recorded a career-high nine tackles.
  • With 8:05 remaining in the second half, UCLA committed its first turnover of the season, an interception by Drew Olson.
  • UCLA was shut out in the first half for the first time since Nov. 17, 2001 vs. USC (17-0). UCLA ultimately lost that game, 27-0. The last time UCLA had been shut out in any half was Sept. 13, 2003 against Illinois (2nd half). UCLA won that contest, 6-3.

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