Post Game Notes

Nov. 6, 2004


  • Craig Bragg set a new school record for career receptions, grabbing five today to increase his career total to 180.
  • Bragg now has a streak of 42 consecutive games in which he has played and caught a pass.
  • Drew Olson had two touchdown passes today and has thrown at least one touchdown pass in each of the last six games.
  • Washington State's Jerome Harrison had 42 rushes for 247 yards. The 247 yards rushing rank fourth on UCLA's all-time opponent list.
  • Despite the loss, UCLA still leads the series with Washington State, 34-16-1 but has lost the last four meetings.

    Moving Up The UCLA Charts

    Career Receptions: With five receptions today, Craig Bragg set a new school record with 180, surpassing Kevin Jordan (1992-95, who had 179).

    Career Rushing: Manuel White rushed for 46 yards to move into a tie for 17th with Mel Farr, Sr. with 1716 yards.

    Career Passing Yards: Drew Olson had 201 yards passing to move up to sixth with 4,745 yards.

    Career Total Offense: Olson had 251 yards of total offense to move up to seventh with 4,569 yards.

    Single-Season Total Offense: Olson moved up to 14th with 2,066 yards.

    Career All-Purpose Yards: Bragg had 78 all-purpose yards and moved up to fourth with 3,840 yards. Tab Perry had 147 all-purpose yards to move up to 15th with 2,897 yards.

    Career Scoring: With three field goals and two extra points, Justin Medlock moved up to 23rd with 136 points.

    Career Receptions by a Tight End: Marcedes Lewis moved up to fifth with 62 receptions, passing Mike Seidman (1999-2002), who had 61.

    Career Tackles: Spencer Havner had 13 total tackles and moved up to 14th with 289 career tackles.

    Career Made Field Goals: With three field goals today, Medlock moved up to eighth with 26 successful field goals in his career.

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