Sept. 1, 2007
UCLA's 624 total yards on offense is one yard shy of the 10th-best performance in school history (625-yards vs. Oregon State in 2002.)
Tailback Kahlil Bell's 59-yard rush in the end of the first quarter was a career-long. He broke the 100-yard rushing mark for the third time in his career (2005-136 vs. Northwestern; 2006 -102 vs. Rice) and set a new career-high for rushing yards in a game with 195 (previous best, 136 vs. Northwestern in 2005)
Wide receiver Joe Cowan set a career-high for touchdowns in a game (2). His third quarter touchdown was the second-longest TD reception of his career (77-yards).
Wide receiver Brandon Breazell equaled his career-high for receptions (6) and receiving yards (111) in a game. He also equaled his career high for touchdowns in a game with two.
Linebacker Reggie Carter notched a career-high for tackles in a game with 10 (old best was 7 vs. ASU in 2006).
Linebacker Aaron Whittington also set a career-high for tackles in a game with 9 (old best was 8 vs. Illinois in 2004.
Linebacker Christian Taylor set a career-high for sacks (2) in a game (previous best, 1, on several occasions).
Placekicker Kai Forbath made his first career field goal in the fourth quarter (39-yards).
Running back Christian Ramirez, a converted safety, scored the first touchdown of his career in the fourth quarter.
Shannon Tevaga (#71, OG) started for the 32nd consecutive game of his career.