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CALIFORNIA (1 - 4) at UCLA (4 - 0)
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Week 7 Saturday, 10/12/2013 10:30 PM
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CALIFORNIA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games1-4-30-53-127.815.0515.4(5.5)
Road Games0-100-10-116.03.0325.0(3.4)
Last 3 Games0-3-20-31-124.012.7471.0(5.1)4.050.331.0519.7(6.3)1.3
Conference Games0-2-10-20-119.09.0455.0(4.9)5.049.531.0475.5(5.9)1.5
CALIFORNIA - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)27.815.027.029:3639-117(3)32-5557.7%399(7.3)94-515(5.5)(18.5)
Opponents Defensive Avg.23.213.321.831:1838-128(3.3)24-4059.1%287(7.1)79-414(5.3)(17.9)
Offense Road Games16.03.020.032:0151-149(2.9)21-4447.7%176(4)95-325(3.4)(20.3)
Defense (All Games)45.026.624.030:2441-220(5.4)21-3757.6%304(8.3)77-524(6.8)(11.6)
Opponents Offensive Avg.41.226.324.429:4239-228(5.8)21-3461.2%286(8.5)73-514(7)(12.5)
Defense Road Games55.041.021.027:5948-264(5.5)12-2646.2%117(4.5)74-381(5.1)(6.9)

UCLA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games4-0+24-02-248.019.7561.7(6.7)1.720.212.7351.0(4.6)2.2
Home Games2-002-02-058.524.0669.5(7.6)
Last 3 Games3-0+23-01-244.720.7533.3(6.3)2.020.312.7350.3(4.8)3.0
Grass Games2-002-02-058.524.0669.5(7.6)
Conference Games1-0+11-00-134.021.0404.0(5)
UCLA - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)48.019.729.529:4649-260(5.2)23-3467.9%302(8.8)84-562(6.7)(11.7)
Opponents Defensive Avg.34.715.223.830:5842-231(5.5)19-3261.4%249(7.9)74-480(6.5)(13.8)
Offense Home Games58.524.035.527:5746-321(7)29-4270.2%348(8.3)88-669(7.6)(11.4)
Defense (All Games)20.212.722.030:1442-146(3.5)20-3556.4%205(5.8)77-351(4.6)(17.3)
Opponents Offensive Avg.31.918.12330:5643-197(4.6)21-3264.3%247(7.7)75-444(5.9)(13.9)
Defense Home Games16.56.522.532:0346-179(3.9)18-3059.0%164(5.4)76-343(4.5)(20.8)
Average power rating of opponents played: CALIFORNIA 40.2,  UCLA 29
CALIFORNIA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/7/2013PORTLAND ST37-30W-28L -44-13133-51-485139-24513-29-3082
9/14/2013OHIO ST34-52L13L62.5O37-13231-53-371255-33221-32-2761
9/28/2013@ OREGON16-55L38.5L81.5U51-14921-44-176548-26412-26-1172
10/5/2013WASHINGTON ST22-44L2.5L66P29-7934-62-506521-4941-67-5211
10/12/2013@ UCLA            
10/19/2013OREGON ST            
10/26/2013@ WASHINGTON            

UCLA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/14/2013@ NEBRASKA41-21W0W70U53-21016-25-294142-12821-35-2031
9/21/2013NEW MEXICO ST59-13W-44W66O45-29835-49-394341-18715-26-1462
10/3/2013@ UTAH34-27W-4.5W65U53-18618-28-218233-9922-44-2886
10/19/2013@ STANFORD            
10/26/2013@ OREGON            
11/9/2013@ ARIZONA            
CALIFORNIA: The Golden Bears' pro-style offense fizzled with a paltry 14.8 PPG during a season-ending, five-game losing skid, but figures to be much more exciting this year. Sonny Dykes' brings his fast-paced spread attack from Louisiana Tech (578 YPG, 1st in FBS), but it's unclear if junior QB Austin Hinder or freshmen QBs Zach Kline and Jared Goff will start, as the trio has zero FBS pass attempts. New skill-players are needed to help WR Chris Harper (544 rec. yds) and RB Brendan Bigelow (431 rush yds, 9.8 YPC, 3 TD). The No. 95-ranked defense (441 YPG) will switch to a 4-3 with DC Andy Buh. DL Deandre Coleman (48 tackles, 3 sacks) and DE/LB Chris McCain (50 tackles, 4 QBH) and LB Nick Forbes (85 tackles) make the front seven above average. The awful pass defense (272 YPG, T-107th in FBS) lost three starters.
UCLA: Despite a three-game losing skid to end the year, Jim Mora Jr. has to be praised for his 9-5 first season with UCLA. The offense improved to 467 YPG (24th in FBS) thanks to QB Brett Hundley (3,470 pass yds, 29 TD, 11 INT; 355 rush yds, 9 TD). The sophomore won't have RB Johnathan Franklin, but plenty of talent still exists with RBs Jordon James (419 total yds), Malcolm Jones (313 rush yds career) and freshman Paul Perkins. Hundley has exciting targets in WRs Shaquelle Evans (877 rec. yds, 3 TD) and freshman Devin Fuller, but the O-Line can't let him absorb another 52 sacks (2nd-most in FBS). The scoring defense improved to 58th in FBS (27.6 PPG), from 94th in 2011 (31.4 PPG). An elite linebacker trio of Anthony Barr (13.5 sacks, 83 tackles, 4 FF), Eric Kendricks (149 tackles, 3 FR, 2 TD) and Jordan Zumwalt (70 tackles) is the heart of the 3-4 scheme. The secondary is green, but still better than most.
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*California-UCLA Preview* =========================


California (1-4) at No. 17 UCLA (4-0), 10:30 p.m. EDT

While a pair of key injuries threaten to slow one of the nation's top offenses, No. 11 UCLA might not need its full lineup against one of the country's worst defenses.

California's Jared Goff, meanwhile, looks to keep putting up historic numbers in his first season.

The banged-up Bruins are hoping to extend their best start in eight years in their Pac-12 home opener Saturday night when they try to hand Goff and the Golden Bears a fourth straight defeat.

UCLA (4-0, 1-0 Pac-12) continued its strong start by pulling out a 34-27 victory at Utah on Oct. 3. However, the win proved costly when left tackle Torian White and star running back Jordon James went down with ankle injuries.

"Everybody wants it to be easy and pretty all the time," coach Jim Mora said. "I don't. I want us to build character along the way, because I think that will serve us over time."

According to Mora, White will miss the remainder of the season and James is expected to be out against the Bears (1-4, 0-2).

White suffered a broken bone near his ankle and a slight ligament tear against the Utes, but Mora hasn't decided how UCLA will replace him. Sophomore Simon Goines shifted from right tackle to left tackle after White was hurt, and Caleb Benenoch took over at right tackle alongside fellow freshman Alex Redmond at guard.

White and James have played a major role in a dangerous rushing attack that ranks 14th in the nation at 259.8 yards per game. James, who replaced school rushing leader Johnathan Franklin as UCLA's starter this season, has run for 115.8 yards per game - 16th in the country - and five touchdowns.

Although X-rays were negative, James has been wearing a walking boot as a preventative measure.

"He's in a boot to take pressure off it," Mora said. "I'd say he's doubtful, but I wouldn't rule him out."

With a deep, talented backfield, Mora has several options if James can't go. Paul Perkins has rushed for 192 yards on 31 carries, and Damien Thigpen played briefly at Utah in his first game back after sustaining a knee injury last November.

UCLA, though, still has quarterback Brett Hundley as it looks to continue the program's best start since winning its first eight games in 2005. Against Utah, Hundley completed 17 of 27 passes for 211 yards with one touchdown and one interception, ran for 85 yards and a score and added a seven-yard touchdown reception.

The sophomore has averaged 327.0 yards of total offense thus far.

"He's a tremendous player and an awesome leader," said Perkins, who added 92 yards on 16 carries in relief of James.

Hundley certainly won't have good memories of his lone experience against Cal, however. He threw a career-high four interceptions in the Bruins' 43-17 loss at Berkeley last season - three to cornerback Kameron Jackson.

Jackson has been one of four Bears starters out due to injuries, but he's returned to practice and could play Saturday. Cal's defense has allowed the nation's second-most points (45.0) and third-most total yards (524.0) per game following Saturday's 44-22 loss to Washington State.

Behind Goff, the Bears' up-tempo attack could provide a tough test for the Bruins' defense. The freshman set California's single-game record with 504 passing yards Saturday and became the second quarterback in Pac-12 history to throw for 450 yards in three games.

He ranks third in the nation with 364.2 yards per game for the Bears, who are 17th in total offense (515.6 ypg).

"Right now our goal is to beat UCLA," Goff said. "We need to keep getting better, fix the things we're not very good at and continue to do the things we are good at."

Sophomore Chris Harper has emerged as Goff's top target. He finished with 14 catches for 231 yards and a touchdown against the Cougars.

They'll go up against a UCLA team that intercepted Utah's Travis Wilson six times - its most since 1987.

The Bruins have won five of the last six home meetings with the Bears, who have dropped seven straight conference games overall.

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