UCLA Notes - #20 UCLA 45, Colorado 23 – Nov. 2, 2013
**The Bruins now lead the all-time series with the Buffaloes 7-2 and have won all three matchups since Colorado joined the Pac-12.
**The victory gives UCLA its first 4-0 home start since 2006.
**The Bruins are 13-0 under head coach Jim Mora when ahead at the half.
**Redshirt sophomore quarterback Brett Hundley notched his third-career game with two passing touchdowns and two rushing scores (at Colorado, 2012; Nevada, 2013).
**Hundley led the Bruins in rushing yards with 72, the first UCLA quarterback to lead a game in rushing since Kevin Prince had 163 yards against California in 2011.
**Hundley has moved into third in UCLA history in total offense (6,524). It is his 10th-career game with at least 300 yards of total offense.
**Sophomore wide receiver Devin Fuller had a career-best 99 yards of receiving and also recorded his first-career, two-touchdown performance, scoring in the first and second quarters. He added a rushing touchdown in the fourth to raise his career TD total from four to seven.
**The 76-yard touchdown pass from Hundley to Fuller in the first quarter were career highs for throwing and receiving for the duo. It was the longest Bruin touchdown connection since Kevin Prince and Nelson Rosario hooked up for a 76-yard score against Arizona State on Nov. 5, 2011
**Redshirt senior Shaquelle Evans has caught at least one pass in 23 straight games.
**Freshman Isaaka Savaiinaea had a career-best seven tackles, including his first for loss.