UCLA Notes - #13 UCLA 59, New Mexico State 13 – Sept. 21, 2013
**The 692 yards of total offense was a school record for one game. The previous best was 679 at Arizona State in 1994.
**With their 59-point output, the Bruins opened a season with three-straight, 40-point games for the first time since 2005.
**The Bruins, who had 58 points in their home opener on Aug. 31 against Nevada, scored 50+ points in back-to-back home games for the first time since 1973.
**The 158 points for the Bruins this season are the most they have scored in a three-game stretch since 1997 when they had 172 over a trio of contests.
**The 39 first downs for the Bruins were a school record for one contest.
**The Bruins have won 19 straight games when holding their opponent under 20 points.
**Redshirt junior Jordon James, who recorded his first career, two-touchdown game, rushed for a career-high 164 yards, his third-straight, 100-yard contest. His previous personal high was 155 against Nevada.
**Redshirt sophomore Brett Hundley moved into eighth on UCLA’s all-time passing yards list, surpassing Dennis Dummit’s 4,356. Hundley, who has 4,588 career yards, is 135 away from seventh (Wayne Cook, 4,723).
**Hundley also moved past the 5,000-yard mark in total offense, surpassing Kevin Prince for eighth on UCLA’s all-time list. Hundley’s career total is 5,100. Next on the list is seventh-place Troy Aikman (5,294).
**The 70-yard kickoff return by redshirt sophomore Steven Manfro was the longest for a Bruin since Josh Smith had a 78-yard kickoff return against Arizona State (Nov. 5, 2011).
**Manfro scored a pair of touchdowns in the second quarter, one receiving and one rushing. He had three touchdowns all last year.
**Senior Malcolm Jones posted his first career, two-touchdown game with a pair of scores in the fourth.
**Sixteen different players had at least one reception.
**Sophomore Ishmael Adams recorded his first career interception in the second quarter.
**Senior Cassius Marsh’s blocked field goal to end the second quarter was the 10th kick blocked by the Bruins since Jim Mora became head coach.
**The Bruins did not punt in a game for the second time this season (Nevada) and for the fifth time in school history. The other three instances came in 1973, 1974 and 1975.