Notes: Career-best numbers for Hundley, Evans.

Leftover notes from Oregon State-UCLA:

-UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley became the first-ever UCLA QB to throw for at least 300 yards in three straight games. The only other freshmen with three 300-yard plus passing games in one season are Tommy Maddox (1990) and Kevin Prince (2009).

-Hundley’s 372 passing yards are the most for a Bruin since Drew Olson threw for 510 against Arizona State in 2005. They also are the second-most in a single game for a UCLA freshman since Tommy Maddox’s 353 yards against USC in 1990.

-Hundley’s 404 yards of total offense are the most for a Bruin since Olson’s 510 against Arizona State and the fifth-most for one game in school history. It’s also the second most in a single game for a UCLA freshman since Maddox’s performance against USC in 1990.

-Hundley’s 65-yard touchdown pass to Shaquelle Evans is a career long. It’s also Evans’ longest catch and touchdown reception.

-Evans’ 148 yards receiving marked his first career 100-yard receiving game.

-Jerry Johnson had a career-high five receptions for 75 yards.

-Darius Bell’s 34-yard and 29-yard receptions are the longest two catches of his career.

-Jordan Payton caught his first career reception in the first quarter. Took the game’s hardest hit, too.

-Stan McKay recorded his first career interception.

-Anthony Barr forced his second fumble of the season and has a team-best five sacks in his first year ever playing defense for the Bruins.

-Seali’i Epenesa forced the first fumble of his career.

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