Postgame notes from the Pac-12 Championship game, including a number of records set by running back Johnathan Franklin...
Both UCLA and Stanford were perfect on red zone trips, converting seven-of-seven attempts from inside the red zone.
The first three possessions of the game ended in touchdowns. UCLA scored on its first two series, Stanford on its opening possession.
Johnathan Franklin rushed for 194 yards in the match up, breaking 115-yard rushing effort by LaMichael James in the 2011 Pac-12 Championship Game. Franklin's 51 yard touchdown run in the first quarter was the longest play from scrimmage in the two-year history of the conference championship game.
Franklin moved into first on the school career all-purpose yardage list after UCLA's first drive of the game, previously held by Maurice Jones-Drew, who had a total of 4,688 all-purpose yards (2003-2005).
Franklin also moved past Karim Abdul-Jabbar's mark of 1,571 single-season rushing yards (set in 1995) during UCLA's second drive of the game.
The game was Franklin's ninth 100-yard rushing game of the season, another school single-season record, which was previously shared by Abdul-Jabbar (1995), Gaston Green (1986), Freeman McNeil (1979 and 1980), and Wendell Tyler (1975). This was Franklin's 19th-career 100-yard rushing game, moving him to second place on UCLA's all-time list for most 100-yard rushing games in a career, just one behind Gaston Green's total of 20 (1984-1987).
Franklin also moved past Terrence Austin's single-season all-purpose mark of 1,878 set in 2008.
During the first half of the contest, redshirt quarterback Brett Hundley moved past Cade McNown's school single-season total offense mark of 3,652 (set in 1998).
Ka'imi Fairbairn kicked his ninth made field goal in a row from a distance of 35-yards or less with his 31-yard field goal in the third quarter,
The team set a new school record for first downs in a season. Had entered game tied with the old record of 292 set in 1988.
UCLA also established a new school record for total offense in a single-season during the second drive of the game. The old mark of 5,847 was set in 1998.