UCLA in National, Pac-10 Stats

UCLA has some individual players that are faring well in national and conference stats, including Terrence Austin for all-purpose running, cornerback Alterraun Verner for passes defended, and placekicker Kai Forbath for field goals...

FONT size=2>UCLA IN THE 2008 NCAA, PAC-10 STATS

INDIVIDUAL


Kevin Craft
-- completions per game: 2nd in Pac-10 (20.50);  total offense: 4th in Pac-10 (221.00); passing yards: 5th in Pac-10 (215.50); passing efficiency: 10th in Pac-10 (108.36 rating)

Terrence Austin -- all-purpose running: 8th in NCAA, 2nd in Pac-10 (172.88); receptions per game: 7th in Pac-10 (6.62); kickoff returns: 33rd in NCAA, 2nd in Pac-10 (25.06); punt returns: 36th in NCAA, 6th in Pac-10 (10.53) receiving yards: 14th in Pac-10 (46.12)
Ryan Moya -- receptions per game: T-11th in Pac-10 (3.88)
Taylor Embree -- receptions per game: T-13th in Pac-10 (3.88); receiving yards: 9th in Pac-10 (51.75)
Kai Forbath -- field goals: T-22nd in NCAA, 1st in Pac-10 (1.50); scoring: 9th in Pac-10 (6.62); kick scoring: 4th in Pac-10 (6.62)
Aaron Perez -- punting: 11th in NCAA, 3rd in Pac-10 (44.39)
Reggie Carter -- tackles: 6th in Pac-10 (7.13); fumbles forced: T-9th in Pac-10 (0.25)
Bret Lockett -- tackles: 7th in Pac-10 (7.00)
Korey Bosworth -- TFL: 7th in Pac-10 (1.12); sacks: 5th in Pac-10 (0.69)
Brian Price -- TFL: 3rd in Pac-10 (1.25); sacks: 13th in Pac-10 (0.44)
Alterraun Verner -- passes defensed: T-5th in NCAA, T-2nd in Pac-10 (1.63); interceptions: T-13th in Pac-10 (0.25); tackles: T-12th in Pac-10 (6.50)
       
TEAM

Rushing Offense
:  117th in NCAA, 10th in Pac-10 (81.50)

Passing Offense:  55th in NCAA, 6th in Pac-10 (219.38)
Total Offense:  102nd in NCAA, 8th in Pac-10 (300.88)
Scoring Offense:  92nd in NCAA, 7th in Pac-10 (20.38)
Rushing Defense:  101st in NCAA, 8th in Pac-10 (188.75)
Pass Defense: 19th in NCAA, 3rd in Pac-10 (172.63)
Total Defense: 68th in NCAA, 5th in Pac-10 (361.38)
Scoring Defense: 96th in NCAA, 8th in Pac-10 (30.63)
Third Down Conversion Offense: 6th in Pac-10 (39.1%)
Third Down Conversion Defense: 5th in Pac-10 (37.7%)
Red Zone Offense: 6th in Pac-10 (80.6)
Red Zone Defense: 4th in Pac-10 (83.3)
Turnover Margin: 8th in Pac-10 (-1.00)
Kickoff Returns: 13th in NCAA, 1st in Pac-10 (24.66)
Punt Returns: 35th in NCAA, 5th in Pac-10 (11.65)
Sacks Allowed: 9th in Pac-10 (3.00)
Sacks: 6th in Pac-10 (1.88)

RED ZONE

In 2008, UCLA is 25 for 31 in the Red Zone (80.65%) with 15 touchdowns (seven rushing, eight passing) and 10 field goals for 134 points. Against Tennessee, UCLA was three of three with two touchdowns (one passing, one rushing) and one field goal for 17 points. At BYU, the Bruins were zero for two (blocked field goal, missed field goal). Against Arizona, UCLA scored a field goal on its only opportunity. In the Fresno State game, UCLA converted five of seven opportunites for 26 points -- three touchdowns (two rushing and one passing) and two field goals. The other possessions ended on downs and with a fumble. Against Washington State, UCLA converted all four opportunities with four touchdowns (two rushing, two passing) for 28 points. At Oregon, UCLA converted all four trips, scoring three touchdowns (two rushing, one passing) and one field goal for 24 points. Against Stanford, UCLA converted five of six opportunities with two passing touchdowns and three field goals for all 23 points. The other possession was an interception. At Cal, UCLA converted three of four chances for 13 points (one passing touchdown and two field goals). The fourth possession ended in an interception.

In 2008, opponents are 25 of 30 in the Red Zone (83.33%) with 19 touchdowns (nine rushing, 10 passing) and six field goals for 151 points. Tennessee converted three of four opportunities with two touchdowns (two rushing, one fumble, one field goal) for 17 points. BYU was eight for eight with seven touchdowns (six passing, one rushing) and one field goal for 52 points. Arizona was three for five with three touchdowns (two rushing, one passing) for 21 points. Fresno State converted three of four opportunities for 17 points -- two passing touchdowns and one field goal. Washington State did not have a opportunity. Oregon converted all three opportunities (two rushing touchdowns, one field goal) for 17 points. Stanford converted all three opportunities (two rushing touchdowns, one field goal) for 17 points. California was two of three (one passing touchdown, one field goal, end of game) for 10 points.

TURNOVERS

In 2008, UCLA has caused nine turnovers (five interceptions, four fumbles) which have led to 24 points (three touchdowns, one field goal).  The Bruins had one interception and one fumble versus Tennessee which led to no points. UCLA made one interception at BYU which led to no points. UCLA recovered one fumble for a touchdown (Korey Bosworth) against Arizona. The Bruins made one interception versus Fresno State and converted it into a field goal. UCLA made one interception against Washington State and converted it into a touchdown. UCLA did not cause a turnover at Oregon. UCLA forced two fumbles and made an interception against Stanford and coverted one of them into a touchdown. UCLA did not force any turnovers at California.

In 2008, UCLA has committed 17 turnovers (11 interceptions, six fumbles) for 65 points (eight touchdowns, three field goals). UCLA threw four interceptions against Tennessee which led to seven points on a return for touchdown. At BYU, UCLA lost three fumbles and threw an interception and all four were converted into touchdowns. Against Arizona, UCLA fumbled a punt and it led to a field goal. Against Fresno State, UCLA lost one fumble and FSU ran out the clock following the fumble. UCLA did not make a turnover against Washington State. At Oregon, UCLA had one interception and it was converted into a field goal. Stanford made one interception and forced one fumble for seven points. UCLA threw four interceptions at California. Two were returned for touchdowns and another set up a field goal for 17 points.

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