UCLA is now 38-29-2 all-time against Washington and 10-2 in games at the Rose Bowl. The Bruins have won three straight in the series. Bruin head coach Rick Neuheisel is now 3-0 all-time overall against the Huskies (2-0 while at UCLA).
UCLA passed for 371 yards today, the most since passing for 510 yards vs. Arizona State on Nov. 12, 2005.
Cory Harkey's one-yard touchdown reception in the first quarter was the first touchdown reception by a UCLA tight end this year and the second of Harkey's career.
Fullback Chane Moline's one-yard touchdown run in the first quarter was his first rushing touchdown of the season and first since Nov. 3, 2007 at Arizona.
Wide receiver Terrence Austin's 29-yard touchdown reception in the third quarter was his team-leading third of the season.
Austin finished the game with 215 all-purpose yards (88 yards receiving, six yards in punt returns and 121 yards in kickoff returns) and moved up from ninth to seventh on UCLA's career all-purpose yardage list with 3,904.
Kicker Kai Forbath's 27-yard field goal in the fourth quarter was his 21st made field goal of the season (in 23 attempts), tying him with Bjorn Merten for fifth on UCLA's single-season field goals list.
Wide receiver Nelson Rosario had seven receptions for 111 yards for his second-straight 100+-yard game. Rosario is the first UCLA player to have back-to-back 100+yard receiving games since Marcedes Lewis in 2005 (Nov. 5 at Arizona, 131 yards; Nov. 12 vs. Arizona State, 108 yards).
Sophomore free safety Rahim Moore, who is tied for the national lead in interceptions per game, recorded his eighth interception of the season in the fourth quarter. He is now tied for third with Bill Stits (1952) on UCLA's single-season interceptions list and has 11 in 21 career games.
Today's attendance was 72,924. UCLA has drawn at least 70,000 fans in 12 of its last 19 home games.