Craig Bragg set new career-highs in receiving yards (230 yards on nine receptions) and touchdowns (three). His previous best was 138 yards on seven receptions against Arizona State in 2001.
Bragg becomes only the second UCLA player ever to catch for over 200 yards in a game, joining J.J. Stokes who set the school record with 263 yards vs. USC in 1992.
Bragg's 71-yard touchdown reception in the second quarter was the longest reception of his career.
Tab Perry's 55-yard touchdown reception on UCLA's first play of the game was the longest reception of his career. On the game, Perry caught seven passes for 126 yards.
With Bragg and Perry each totaling over 100 yards receiving, the Bruins have had two 100-yard receivers for the second consecutive game (Seidman and Perry each had over 100 yards receiving vs. Oregon State).
Cory Paus' touchdown passes in the game measured 55 and 71 yards, improving his touchdown passing average to 38.8 yards per toss. His nine touchdown passes this season have measured 41, 27, 25, 5, 37, 64, 24, 55 and 71 yards.
Paus' two touchdown passes moved him into a tie with Troy Aikman for third place on UCLA's career touchdown passes list with 41.
Paus threw for 300+ yards for the second consecutive game, totaling 316 yards on 17 completions. It is only the second time in his career he has thrown for 300 yards in consecutive games (vs. Cal/Oregon State, 2000)
Tyler Ebell rushed for 119 yards for his second consecutive 100+yard game.
Wide receiver Jon Dubravac hit Bragg for a 53-yard touchdown in the second quarter and is now 2-2 this season in passing, with both throws being touchdown passes to Bragg (33 yards vs. Colorado).
Jared Siegel's 59-yard field goal to end the second quarter tied the Pac-10 record for longest field goal in a conference game, held by Stanford's Rod Garcia (vs. USC, 1973). It also set a new UCLA opponent record, previously held by Air Force's Dave Lawson (58 yards in 1975).
UCLA and Oregon averaged 55.6 yards per scoring play in the game, with the Bruins averaging 58.0 and Oregon averaging 53.2.
UCLA's all-time record against Oregon is now 37-20, and Toledo's all-time record moves to 46-29.
The Bruins are now 15-8 in the last 23 games versus Top 25 teams.