USC/UCLA By the Numbers...

Some statistics heading into Saturday's crosstown showdown and the Trojans' final game of the 2011 season.

A look at USC/UCLA by the Numbers…

The number of conference games UCLA has played at home this season. The Bruins are 4-0 in conference play at the Rose Bowl, beating Washington State, California, Arizona State and Colorado. The last time UCLA was undefeated in conference home contests was 2005, when they also went 4-0.

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USC ranks third in the conference in scoring offense and rushing defense, while UCLA ranks 10th in both categories. The Trojans have scored 48 touchdowns this season and kicked 15 field goals, compared to UCLA's 36 and 10. On defense, the Trojans' have limited opponents to 110.3 rushing yards a game while the Bruins have allowed an average of 180.8 yards per contest.

Bruins' running back Johnathan Franklin has rushed for 2, 550 yards in his career, placing 10th on UCLA's all-time list. The redshirt junior rushed for 162 yards in last week's 48-6 win over Colorado. It was Franklin's 10th-career, 100-yard rushing game.

Seven players were named to the Pac-12 Conference All-Academic football team from USC and UCLA combined. Three Bruins in Malcolm Jones, Anthony Barr and Jeff Locke were named while four Trojans in Matt Barkley, Khaled Holmes, Devon Kennard and Drew McAllister made the list.

Bruins' Jeff Locke punting average ranks 19th in the nation, at 43.68 yards a game. On the other hand, the Trojans' rank fifth in the Pac-12 conference in punting return average while the Bruins' rank dead last in the category.

While we're talking special teams, USC kicker Andre Heidari has made 15 of 17 field goals this season, a .882 percentage, a conference-high.

USC ranks 23rd in the nation in scoring offense, averaging 34.45 points a game. Two Pac-12 schools in Oregon and Stanford rank in the top-five nationally in this category.

The year Bruins' head coach Rick Neuheisel graduated with a law degree from USC.

The annual Victory Bell, which is award to the winner of the USC-UCLA football game, weighs approximately 295 pounds.

The Bruins are 14-0 under head coach Rick Neuhheisel when holding an opponent to under 20 points. They have done so four times this season--versus San Jose State, Oregon State, California and Colorado.

The last time UCLA beat USC in the Coliseum was in 1997.

UCLA cornerback Andrew Abbott is ranked 15th in the nation in interceptions, with four this season. The university ranks fourth in the Pac-12 conference in total picks, with 12.

USC is 66-41-11 in all season finales (.606), with 2 games vacated due to NCAA penalty.

UCLA quarterback Kevin Prince has had six 50-plus rushing yard games in his career as a Bruin, including three times this season. Prince rushed for 163 yards in the Bruins' 31-14 win over Cal. Top Stories