UCLA in National, Pac-10 Stats

After the BYU game, UCLA doesn't boast as many lofty rankings as it did last week, but Kahlil Bell is still 13th in the NCAA in rushing, and the offense ranks 33rd nationally overall...

UCLA IN THE 2007 NCAA, PAC-10 STATS

INDIVIDUAL

Kahlil Bell -- rushing: T-13th in NCAA, 1st in Pac-10 (137.00); all-purpose yards: T-48th in NCAA, 2nd in Pac-10 (147.00); total offense: 10th in Pac-10 (137.00)
Chris Markey -- rushing: 14th in Pac-10 (60.50)
Ben Olson -- passing efficiency: 36th in NCAA, 5th in Pac-10 (137.03); passing yards:  T-6th in Pac-10 (206.00); total offense: 8th in Pac-10 (191.00)
Brandon Breazell -- receiving: T-7th in Pac-10 (5.00); receiving yardage: 7th in Pac-10 (73.00)
Joe Cowan -- receiving yardage: T-13th in Pac-10 (52.00); scoring: T-12th in Pac-10 (16.0)
Aaron Perez -- punting: 16th in NCAA, 1st in Pac-10 (44.79)
Matthew Slater -- kickoff returns: 29th in NCAA, 3rd in Pac-10 (27.40)
Terrence Austin -- punt returns: 30th in NCAA, 1st in Pac-10 (11.88)
Kai Forbath -- field goals: T-26th in NCAA, T-1st in Pac-10 (1.50); scoring: T-4th in Pac-10 (9.00); kick scoring: 2nd in Pac-10 (9.00).
Bruce Davis -- sacks: T-10th in NCAA, T-3rd in Pac-10 (1.00); fumbles recovered: T-3rd in Pac-10 (0.50); fumbles caused T-2nd in Pac-10 (0.50); passes defensed: T-5th in Pac-10 (1.50)
Korey Bosworth -- sacks: T-10th in NCAA, T-3rd in Pac-10 (1.00)
Dennis Keyes -- tackles: T-9th in Pac-10 (8.00)
Reggie Carter -- tackles: T-13th in Pac-10 (7.00)
Tom Blake -- sacks: T-10thin NCAA, T-3rd in Pac-10 (1.00)
Trey Brown -- passes defensed: 1st in NCAA, 1st in Pac-10 (5.00); interceptions: T-32nd in NCAA, T-2nd in Pac-10 (0.50); fumbles recovered: T-3rd in Pac-10 (0.50); fumbles forced: T-2nd in Pac-10 (0.50)
Aaron Whittington -- tackles: T-24th in Pac-10 (6.00)
Christian Taylor -- tackles: T-24th in Pac-10 (6.00)
Alterraun Verner -- passes defensed: T-5th in Pac-10 (1.50)
       
TEAM

Rushing Offense:  22nd in NCAA,  3rd in Pac-10 (224.00)
Passing Offense:  T-76th in NCAA,  6th in Pac-10 (206.00)
Pass Efficiency Offense: 34th in NCAA, 4th in Pac-10 (137.05)
Total Offense:  33rd in NCAA,  5th in Pac-10 (430.00)
Scoring Offense:  28th in NCAA,  5th in Pac-10 (36.00)
Rushing Defense:  16th in NCAA, 3rd in Pac-10 (48.00)
Pass Defense: 114th in NCAA,  10th in Pac-10 (361.00)
Pass Efficiency Defense: 47th in NCAA, 5th in Pac-10 (115.05)
Total Defense: 83rd in NCAA, 6th in Pac-10 (409.00)
Scoring Defense: T-29th in NCAA, 4th in Pac-10 (17.00)
Third Down Conversion Defense: T-25th in NCAA, 4th in Pac-10 (29.4)
Red Zone Offense: T-4th in Pac-10 (87.5)
Red Zone Defense: T-7th in Pac-10 (83.3)
Net Punting: 26th in NCAA,  2nd in Pac-10 (38.53)
Turnover Margin: T-17th in NCAA, T-2nd in Pac-10 (+1.50)
Sacks: T-8th in NCAA, T-2nd in Pac-10 (4.00)
Tackles for Loss: T-38th in NCAA, 5th in Pac-10 (7.00)
Fumbles Lost: T-1st in NCAA, T-1st in Pac-10 (0.0)
Punt Returns: 43rd in NCAA, 3rd in Pac-10 (11.88)
Kickoff Returns: 19th in NCAA, 3rd in Pac-10 (26.33)
Kickoff Coverage: 6th in Pac-10 (42.9)

RED ZONE — Against Stanford, UCLA was four of five on Red Zone opportunities, scoring four passing touchdowns for 28 points. The fifth trip ended with a missed field goal. Against BYU, UCLA was three of three for 17 points (two rushing touchdowns and one field goal. On the year, UCLA is seven of eight in the Red Zone with six touchdowns (four passing, two rushing) and one field goal for 45 points.

Stanford converted both of its opportunities (one passing touchdown, one field goal) for 10 points. BYU was three of four in the Red Zone with two passing touchdowns, one field goal and one fumble for 17 points. On the year, opponents have converted five of six opportunities with three passing touchdowns and two field goals for 27 points.

TURNOVERS — In the 2007 opener at Stanford, UCLA caused one fumble (Trey Brown) but did not convert it into points. Against BYU, Trey Brown returned an interception for a touchdown. UCLA also recovered two fumbles (T.Brown and Blake) and converted one into a field goal for a total of 10 points. On the year, UCLA has recovered three fumbles and made one interception and converted them into 10 points.
UCLA did not commit a turnover against Stanford. BYU made one interception and converted into a touchdown (seven points). In two games, UCLA has commited just one turnover (interception) for seven points.


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