Nate Starks (Steve Cheng)

By The Numbers: UCLA at BYU

Sept. 18 -- We take a numerical look at UCLA's 17-14 victory Saturday night at BYU, including an eyebrow-raising defensive statistic...

74 ... Number of offense plays for each team.

25 ... Number of BYU rush attempts.

23 ... Total number of BYU rushing yards, the fewest by a UCLA opponent since 2008.

14 ... Victories for head coach Jim Mora in the month of September out of 16 games.

Jim Mora (Steve Cheng)

12 ... Number of UCLA players with at least one catch, a week after 14 different players had a reception.

9 ... BYU punts.

8 ... Number of career 300-yard passing games for Josh Rosen, moving him to third on the school's all-time list, two behind Brett Hundley for second.

7 ... Solo tackles for linebacker Jayon Brown, who totaled nine, had a sack and broke up two passes.

6 ... Number of UCLA players with a reception of at least 15 yards.

5 ... Total punt return yards for Ishmael Adams in four attempts.

4 ... UCLA sacks, four times as many as the Bruins had recorded in the first two games combined.

3 ... Number of times UCLA picked up a first down via the rush, compared to 14 via the pass.

Nate Starks (Steve Cheng)

2 ... Austin Kent punts downed inside the 20 out of his eight attempts.

1.5 ... Average gain in 34 carries for UCLA.

1 ... Sack for Takkarist McKinley in his return to the lineup from a groin injury.

0 ... Number of UCLA rushing touchdowns, the first time since Nov. 28, 2014 (home loss versus Stanford) they were unable to reach the end zone through the ground.


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