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Cal-UCLA Postgame Notes

Nov 27, 2021
  • Nikko Remigio had a career-high 150 kick return yards on a career high four returns, including a 67-yarder in the fourth quarter and a 58-yard return in the first quarter that were the second and third-longest kick returns of his career with all three of his longest returns this season (he also had a 99-yard kickoff return for a touchdown against Sacramento State). Remigio also had a 26-yard reception in the second quarter that was his longest of the season and finished with 177 all-purpose yards (three shy of his career high of 180 at Stanford in 2019.
  • Nate Rutchena had a career-best 2.5 tackles for loss
  • Chase Garbers extended his school record for career rushing touchdowns by a quarterback with his 11th in the second quarter
  • With 71 all-purpose yards tonight, Christopher Brooks has gone over the 2,000-yard mark for his career and has an updated career total of 2025
  • Marcel Dancy had a career-high five receptions
  • Jamieson Sheahan had a career-long 64-yard punt in the third quarter
  • Daniel Scott tied a career high with 12 tackles
  • Elijah Hicks registered a career high with nine tackles
  • Nate Rutchena had career highs of 2.5 tackles for loss and six tackle for loss yards
  • Muelu Iosefa had a career high seven tackle for loss yards
  • Valentino Daltoso recorded one tackle for his first career stat other than participation in 46 games played and 45 starts over five seasons at Cal
  • When UCLA scored on a 41-yard field goal with 9:33 remaining in the first quarter, it marked the first time Cal allowed points in the first quarter since giving up three at Oregon on Oct. 15
  • Cal played UCLA on the road at the Rose Bowl for the third straight season for the first time ever
  • Cal played its third straight true road game in a single season for the first time since playing at Washington State, BYU and UCLA from Oct. 2-16, 1999, and its third straight conference true road game since playing at Arizona, USC and Washington from Oct. 29 - Nov. 12, 1988