Oct. 2, 2010
*With the win, UCLA now leads the overall series with Washington State, 38-18-1. The Bruins have now won the last three in the series and their last three games overall.
*UCLA running backs Johnathan Franklin and Derrick Coleman each rushed for over 180 yards (Franklin with a career-high 216, Coleman with a career-high 185), marking the first time in history two UCLA RBs have rushed for 180+ yards in the same game.
* Franklin and Coleman are the first Bruin pair to rush for over 100+ yards since Chris Markey (193 yards) and Khalil Bell (109 yards) did so against Washington on Sept. 22, 2007.
*Franklin had his first career 200-yard game and UCLA's first since Chris Markey had 208 vs. Rice on Sept. 9, 2006. Franklin's 216 yards are the most by a UCLA player since Maurice Drew ran for 322 at Washington on Sept. 18, 2004.
*This was also Franklin's fifth career and third-straight 100+ yard game. Franklin is the first Bruin since Maurice Drew in 2004 to rush for over 100 yards in three straight games.
*Franklin's 216 rushing yards rank as the 13th-most in UCLA history.
*Franklin had one touchdown in the game and has rushed for five touchdowns in his last three games.
*Coleman rushed for a career-high three touchdowns.
*Coleman's 73-yard run in the fourth quarter was UCLA's longest rushing play since Franklin rushed for 74 yards against California on Oct. 17, 2009.
*UCLA totaled 437 rushing yards, UCLA's first 400+ yard rushing performance since the team rushed for 424 yards at Washington on Sept. 18, 2004
*UCLA recorded 565 yards of total offense, its most since accumulating 624 vs. Stanford on Sept. 1, 2007.
*UCLA sophomore quarterback Richard Brehaut made his first career start and was 12-for-23 for a career-high 128 yards. His 128 yards passing was the most in a game by a Bruin quarterback this season.
*Brehaut led his team to victory in his first career start. Nine of UCLA's last 12 starting quarterbacks have helped lead his team to victory in their initial contest.
*Senior kicker Kai Forbath made two field goals (33, 20 yards) to increase his career total to 80, just five behind John Lee's school record of 85.