Oct. 22, 2005
Final Stats |
UCLA improves to 37-13-4 all-time against Oregon State and has won the last three meetings.
The Bruins have now won seven in a row to start the season. The last time UCLA opened the season with seven-straight wins was in 1998, when it started 10-0. UCLA has started out 7-0 now in seven seasons (2005, 1998, 1988, 1966, 1954, 1952, 1946).
UCLA is now just one of six undefeated teams in college football this season, along with Texas, Alabama, Virginia Tech, USC, and Georgia.
UCLA is now 12-1 when leading at the half under Coach Karl Dorrell.
With 51 points today, UCLA has scored 40-plus points in six of its seven games, which equals the second-most ever by a UCLA team. The 1998 team had seven games with 40 points or more, and two other teams had six teams of 40-points or more (1987, 1973).
Quarterback Drew Olson's six touchdown passes set a new school record for touchdowns in a game (record previously held by Olson at Washington State last week and by Cade McNown - 1997 at Texas and 1998 at Miami). The six touchdowns also moved him past Tom Ramsey into second on UCLA's all-time list with 54 career touchdowns passes.
Olson's six touchdown passes equal the most ever thrown against Oregon State (tied with John Elway of Stanford in 1980).
Olson set a school record for most touchdown passes in consecutive games with 11 (5 vs. Washington State, 6 vs. Oregon State). He has 21 touchdowns this season, tied for No. 4 on UCLA's single-season list.
Running back Maurice Drew had a 43-yard touchdown reception in the first quarter and a 20-yard reception in the second quarter, his 15th and 16th touchdowns (third and fourth receiving) of the season. He has 35 touchdowns in his career, tying for No. 4 with Heisman Trophy winner Gary Beban on UCLA's all-time touchdown list. His 16 touchdowns this season tie him for fifth on UCLA's single-season list with Kermit Johnson (1973).
With 63 yards in punt returns, Drew set a new school record for punt return yardage in a season with 401. Paul Guidry previously held the record with 377 in 1995.
Linebacker Spencer Havner's first-quarter interception was his 10th career interception.
Bruin tight end Ryan Moya's 48-yard touchdown reception in the second quarter was the first touchdown of his career and the longest reception of his career.
Marcedes Lewis' two touchdown catches tonight gave him 17 in his career, most amongst all UCLA tight ends, and sixth overall amongst UCLA receivers.
With 15 points scored tonight (6 PATs, 3 FGs), Justin Medlock moved into eighth place on UCLA's all-time scoring list with 220 points.
Oregon State's Mike Hass caught two touchdown passes tonight to tie the school record for career touchdown receptions with 20 (tied with James Newson, 2000-03). Hass has caught at least one pass in 25 consecutive games and recorded his 16th 100-plus yard game (181) in his career. He has surpassed 1,000 yards receiving this season, making him the first receiver in Pac-10 history and the 10th in NCAA history to have three 1,000-yard seasons.
With 199 yards receiving, Hass collected the sixth-most yards receiving ever against a UCLA team.
UCLA's three tailbacks had 41 carries for 241 yards.