The Bruins are now 20-15-2 all-time against Arizona and 12-4-2 at home versus the Wildcats.
The 66 points for the Bruins are the most since Oct. 4, 1997 in a 66-10 victory over Houston at home, which was also the last time UCLA won a game by 56.
The Bruins scored 42 points in the first half. The last time they scored at least 40 in one half was on Sept. 10, 2005 against Rice at home (49).
The 611 yards marked the third time this season the Bruins have surpassed 600 yards of total offense and the fourth time they have surpassed 500 yards. The last year UCLA had at least four, 500+ yard games was in 1998 (5).
The 308 yards rushing was the third contest this season with at least 300. The Bruins have won 24 straight games when rushing for at least 250 yards.
Tonight marks the 18th-straight game in which UCLA has won when holding its opponent to less than 20 points.
The Bruins have won 10 of their last 17 home games played against AP-ranked opponents.
Tonight's attendance of 81,673 was the highest for a UCLA home game since Dec. 6, 2008 against USC (87,790).
Redshirt senior tailback Johnathan Franklin became UCLA's all-time leading rusher on his 37-yard touchdown run in the first quarter. Passing Gaston Green (3,731), Franklin now has 3,873 for his career.
The 162 yards for Franklin is his 17th-career game with over 100 yards rushing (tied for second on UCLA's all-time list with Freeman McNeil).
Franklin's 1,204 rushing yards this season is the eighth-most in one year at UCLA.
Franklin's 4,303 all-purpose yards are third in UCLA history.
Redshirt freshman quarterback Brett Hundley completed 16 straight passes at one point, falling one shy of tying the school record (Rick Neuheisel, 17, 1983 vs. Washington).
Hundley's 21 touchdown passes this season are tied for the fifth most in a single year at UCLA (Tom Ramsey, 1982). His 2,761 yards of total offense are seventh most in one campaign.
Redshirt senior Y receiver Joseph Fauria caught a pass for the 17th straight game. Fauria is solo 7th in UCLA history in touchdown receptions with 16 (two tonight, team-best eight this season). His 69 career receptions are the fifth most for a UCLA tight end.