Oct. 1, 2005
Final Stats |
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.