The Bruins' two-game winning streak in the Oregon State series was snapped (41-16-4 all-time). UCLA's six-game, home-winning streak was also broken.
UCLA was held scoreless in the first and third quarters after only being blanked once in its first 12 quarters this season.
Redshirt freshman Brett Hundley became the first-ever UCLA quarterback to throw for at least 300 yards in three straight games. The only other freshmen with three, 300-yard-plus passing games in one season are Tommy Maddox, 1990 and Kevin Prince, 2009.
The 372 passing yards for Hundley are the most for a Bruin since Drew Olson threw for 510 against Arizona State (11/12/2005). They are also the second most in a single game for a UCLA freshman (Tommy Maddox, 353, 11/17/1990 vs. USC).
The 404 yards of total offense for Hundley are the most for a Bruin since Olson's 510 versus ASU and the fifth-most for one game in school history. It is also the second most in a single game for a UCLA freshman (Tommy Maddox, 445, 11/17/1990 vs. USC).
Hundley's 65-yard touchdown pass to redshirt junior Shaquelle Evans in the second quarter was the longest pass and TD throw of Hundley's brief career. It was also Evans' longest catch and TD reception.
The 148 receiving yards marked Evans' first career, 100-yard receiving game.
Redshirt senior Jerry Johnson had a career-high five receptions and 75 yards.
Redshirt junior Darius Bell posted a 34-yard and a 29-yard reception in the fourth quarter, the longest two catches of his career.
True freshman Jordan Payton recorded his first career reception in the first quarter.
Redshirt junior Stan McKay had his first career interception in the third quarter.
Junior Anthony Barr forced his second fumble of the season. He also has a team-best five sacks on the year.
The last time the Beavers defeated ranked teams in back-to-back games was during the 2000 season (No. 8 OSU defeated No. 5 Oregon 23-13 on 11/18/00 & No. 5 OSU defeated No. 10 Notre Dame 1/1/01 in the Fiesta Bowl) ... OSU has never defeated ranked teams in back-to-back weeks.
Brandin Cooks' 75-yard scoring reception from Sean Mannion was the longest for the Beavers since Sean Canfield connected with James Rodgers for 87 yards against Portland State, Sept. 5, 2009.
Markus Wheaton (150) and Brandin Cooks (175) each finished with more than 100 receiving yards ... it is the first time OSU has had two 100-yard receivers since Wheaton and James Rodgers accomplished the feat at Arizona (Oct. 9, 2010).
Oregon State is now 66-7 when it leads after three quarters under Mike Riley.
With the win Mike Riley tied Lon Stiner for the most wins as a head coach in OSU history (74).
Brandin Cooks finished the game with 175 receiving yards - surpassing the 100-yard mark for the first time in his career.
Markus Wheaton finished the game with 150 receiving yards, a career-high.
Markus Wheaton caught nine passes to move into a tie for fifth (Phil Ross) on OSU's career list with 153 receptions.
Sean Mannion exceeded 200 yards passing for the 13th straight game ... it was Mannion's fifth career 300-yard passing game.
Mannion's 3xx yards passing were a career-high ... he is the sixth quarterback in OSU history with more than one 350-yard passing game.
Markus Wheaton's second quarter score was his first visit to paydirt since he scored at Utah (Oct. 29, 2011).
Keith Kostol's 61-yard punt in the second quarter is the longest of his career.
Storm Woods' 2-yard touchdown run in the third quarter was the first of his career.
Scott Crichton tallied two sacks, his second career multi-sack game.
Storm Woods finished the game with 96 rushing yards, the most in his career.