Stanford redshirt freshman Matt Traverso's touchdown reception in the second quarter is the first of his career. The catch also marked the first reception of his career as well.
Cardinal Luke Powell's 90-yard punt return for a touchdown in the second quarter was his first on the 2003 season and the second of his career.
Powell's 90-yard punt return for a touchdown is the second longest in school history (longest was 92 yards by Thomas Henley vs. Oregon in 1986).
The last time Stanford recorded a punt return for a touchdown was in 2000 (by Luke Powell vs. Arizona State, 11/11/00) for 51 yards.
Dave Ball's 26.5 career sacks ties a UCLA school record (Eric Smith, 1984-89). His 12.5 sacks this season ties him for second for a single season at UCLA (Donnie Edwards, 1994; Jamir Miller, 1993). He also has 39.5 career tackles for a loss, which moves him into third all-time for the Bruins.
Cardinal Trevor Hooper's third quarter interception is the first of his career.
Chris Lewis now has 3,646 career passing yards and needs just 91 yards to tie for 10th in career passing yards on The Farm (would tie Dick Norman, 1958-60 with 3,737).
Today's Stanford victory snaps a four-game losing streak by the Cardinal ... It also snaps a nine-game losing streak in Pac-10 contests.
Stanford has now posted three consecutive wins over UCLA at Stanford Stadium (1999, 2001, '03).
The Cardinal's 91 yards passing today ranks as the sixth fewest passing yards in a single game by a Stanford team.
Craig Bragg had six receptions for 86 yards today, giving him 134 for his career which ranks sixth on the all-time receptions list at UCLA. He now has 2,074 career yards, which also ranks sixth on the all-time career receiving yardage list. He now has 50 receptions this season and that ranks ninth for a single season.
Luke Powell had 100 yards in punt returns today, which brings his career total in punt return yards to 801 to move him into fourth place all-time on The Farm.