UCLA 37, Cal 10: Quarterback Brett Hundley

Brett Hundley’s 410 passing yards were a career high and the third-best total in UCLA history, but the redshirt sophomore left several plays on the field. He underthrew running back Damien Thigpen on a wheel route that likely would turned into an 80-yard touchdown, and also missed a wide open Shaq Evans in the end zone.

“There is a lot left on the field,” Hundley said. “We can get that much better. It’s rare (to have 410 yards be average), to say the least, but that’s really how much I push myself and how much these coaches push me to be great.”