Sept. 17, 2005
* The game marked the fourth ever meeting between the two schools. This was the Bruins first ever win over the Sooners - Oklahoma now leads the all-time series 3-1. The other three meetings came in 2003, 1990 and 1986.
* This win marks UCLA's first over a ranked opponent since a 46-16 victory over No. 18 Washington on October 4, 2003.
* For the first time since 1998, UCLA has scored at least 40 points in three straight games. This is also the Bruins' first 3-0 start since 2001.
* Tight end Marcedes Lewis - 61 yards on five catches, 1 TD; surpasses 1,000 career receiving yards, 27 yards shy of passing Paul Bergman to become UCLA's career leader in receiving yards by a tight end, moved to 21st all-time with 1,049 career receiving yards.
* Quarterback Drew Olson's 309 yards of total offense today brings his career total to 5,483, passing Troy Aikman, Gary Beban and Tommy Maddox for fourth all-time in total career offense at UCLA.
* Olson's 314 passing yards was 11 shy of his career high (325 vs. Arizona State in 2004). His 28 completions were the most since his career high 30 (also against ASU in '04).
* With three touchdown passes today, Olson has connected for three or more TDs in two consecutive games for the first time since back-to-back four touchdown performances against California and Arizona in 2004.
* Sophomore split end Marcus Everett needed only the first half to set new career highs with six catches and 66 receiving yards (previous highs were four vs. Arizona, 2004 and 49 vs. San Diego State, 2004, respectively). He finished with those same totals.
* Senior inside linebacker Spencer Havner's fumble return for a touchdown was the fourth defensive TD of his career and first off a fumble return.
* Kicker Justin Medlock's six points gives him 184 total career points. With nine more, he will pass Efren Herrera for tenth most points all-time at UCLA.
*Medlock's second field goal (51 yards) was one shy of his career high (52 vs. Oklahoma State and Oregon in 2004). It also was the fourth field goal of his career over 50 yards, tying John Lee's school record set in 1985.
* Wide receiver Andrew Baumgartner's two receptions (41 yards) are a new career high.
* Maurice Drew's fourth-quarter reception of 24 yards was his longest of the year to date.
* UCLA has now outscored its opponents 38-20 in the first quarter this season.