5 key numbers from UCLA’s loss to Oregon

Here are five key numbers from UCLAs 38-35 loss to Oregon:


The UCLA attack had four turnovers against the Ducks, all of which converted to points and helped the difference in the game. UCLA linebacker Bo Calvert forced a fumble in Oregon, the game’s only turnover.


The Bruins defense recorded 10 tackles for a loss against the Ducks, along with four sacked quarterback Tyler Shough.


That was the Bruins’ conversion rate on third downs (8 of 17) against Oregon. It’s a slight increase from 46.7% (7 of 15) in a win over Cal.


UCLA’s defense kept falling CJ Verdell, a Pac-12 preseason roster of the first team, back to a season-low 18 rushing yards. Travis Dye ran back for 40 yards, while Shough ran for 31 yards.


Total rush yards for Demetric Felton against an Oregon defense that allowed 148.5 yards per game in the first two weeks of the season.