UCLA Notes – UCLA 41, Washington 31 – Nov. 15, 2013
**The Bruins have started a season 5-0 at home for the first time since 2005. UCLA went 6-0 that year.
**UCLA has won eight straight at home over Washington and 11 of 13 all-time at The Rose Bowl versus the Huskies.
**UCLA is 9-0 at home in the Mora era when scoring first.
**The Bruins are 15-0 under Mora when leading at the half.
**Freshman linebacker/running back Myles Jack scored four rushing touchdowns, the most in a game for a Bruin freshman, eclipsing the three by Wendell Tyler (1972) and DeShaun Foster (1998). It is the first time since 2004 (Maurice Drew against Washington) that a Bruin has rushed for four touchdowns in one game.
**Three of Jack’s rushing scores came in the first half, which were the most in one half for a Bruin since Drew against Washington in 2004. He is already tied for second on the UCLA freshman single-season rushing touchdown list with five, equaling Tyler, Gaston Green (1984) and Skip Hicks (1993). Foster has the record with 10 rushing scores in ’98.
**Jack finished the game with 12 carries and 60 yards rushing, to go with five tackles and one pass breakup.
**The touchdown reception for senior defensive end Cassius Marsh was his first career catch and score.
**Each of the Bruins’ first five touchdowns were by defensive players (Jack 4, Marsh 1).
**Redshirt senior wide receiver Shaquelle Evans caught a pass for the 25th straight game.
**The Bruins’ blocked field goal in the third quarter was their 12th blocked kick in the Mora era.
**Redshirt freshman running back Paul Perkins tied a career high with 22 rushes.
**Senior running back Malcolm Jones ran for a career-best 61 yards on only nine carries.
**Redshirt sophomore Devin Lucien caught his first career touchdown pass in the fourth quarter.
**Redshirt senior cornerback Brandon Sermons had a career-best seven tackles.