"We left some plays on the field, some touchdown plays, and picked up some penalties that kept us from being in the endzone," he said on Saturday after the game.
After UCLA began the season 3-0, the team made sure not to let the hype get to them. They did, however, have certain expectations for the game.
"We came in knowing we would play hard, play Bruin football, but we didn't play to the Bruin standard. At the same time, you have to give credit where credit is due, and Oregon State played a great game.
Going forward, Fauria says that there is something in particular that the team needs to focus on.
"Execution. Execution is the most important thing right now. We have to keep our composure, not have any more three and outs. I'm excited to get back into it one hundred percent this week at practice and get ready for Colorado," he said.