Nov. 26, 2010
UCLA Game Notes
Arizona State 55, UCLA 34
Friday, Nov. 26, 2010 - Tempe, Ariz.
Richard Brehaut set school records for pass completions - 33 (old record was 32 by Troy Akiman vs. USC, 1988) and pass attempts - 56 ( 51 by Dennis Dummit vs. California, 1970). Brehaut also set career highs for touchdown passes - three (old mark was two vs. Arizona) and passing yards - 321 (previous best 228 vs. Arizona, 2010).
Place kicker Kai Forbath tied the UCLA career field goal record (85, John Lee) with his second made field goal of the game in the final play of the second quarter. Forbath stands two shy of the NCAA record of 87. He (354) is also within three points of Justin Medlock, who stands second all-time on the UCLA career scoring list (357).
Running back Johnathan Franklin reached the 1000-yard mark in rushing (1,018) in a season for the first time in his career, becoming the first Bruin since Chris Markey in 2006 to rush for more than 1000-yards in a single season.
Wide receiver Taylor Embree moved up to 11th on the UCLA all-time career reception list (110) during the game and to 19th all-time in career receiving yards (1,479). Embree also set a career-high for receptions in a single game (9 - old best, 6 on several occasions) and receiving yards in a game (105 - old best, 97 vs. SDSU in '09).
Wide receiver Nelson Rosario caught a career-high nine passes during the game (old best, 7 vs. Washington in 2009).
Injury Update: Defensive tackle Cassius Marsh and cornerback Andrew Abbott suffered head injuries during the game and will be reevaluated in Los Angeles.