UCLA Notes - #11 UCLA 37, California 10 – Oct. 12, 2013
**The Bruins scored at least 30 points for the fifth straight game to open the season. UCLA last accomplished that feat in 1998.
**The 5-0 start for the Bruins is the best since the 2005 campaign. The 2-0 conference start is also the best since 2005.
**The Bruins improved to 12-4 all-time against California at The Rose Bowl and have won six of the last seven meetings in Pasadena.
**The Bruins have outscored their opponents 71-0 in the third quarter this season.
**The Bruins have won 20 straight games when holding their opponent under 20 points.
**The attendance of 84,272 is the largest crowd for a UCLA home game since 2008 against USC. It is the largest non-USC game crowd since 2005 against Arizona State.
**Redshirt sophomore Brett Hundley threw for a career-high 410 Yards, the third-highest passing yardage total for one game in school history. Only Cade McNown (513 vs. Miami, 1998) and Drew Olson (510 vs. Arizona State, 2005) had more. Hundley surpassed the 5,000-yard career mark in passing yards (5,209).
**Hundley recorded his ninth career game with at least 300 yards of total offense (2nd of 400 yards), second only to McNown’s 12. It was his fourth in a row (428 yards tonight), which breaks his own school record for consecutive contests with at least 300 yards of total offense. Hundley moved into fifth in UCLA history in total offense (5,824).
**Hundley has 41 career touchdown passes, tied for fifth in school history with Troy Aikman.
**Hundley's 31 completions tonight were tied for the third most for a single-game in school history. Richard Brehaut had 33 in 2010 against Arizona State and Troy Aikman had 32 versus USC in 1988.
**Sophomore Kai’mi Fairbairn has made 16 straight field goals from 35 yards and in.
**Sophomore Devin Fuller had a career-best 98 receiving yards.
**Freshman Thomas Duarte recorded his first career receiving touchdown.
**The Bruins started a pair of true freshman on the offensive line, Alex Redmond (right guard) and Caleb Benenoch (right tackle) for the first time in school history.
**The 12 tackles for freshman Myles Jack were a career high.