Pasadena, CA (Sports Network) - Jordon James ran for 164 yards and two scores
in No. 13 UCLA's 59-13 rout of New Mexico State.
Brett Hundley was 23-of-36 passing for 281 yards with three touchdowns and two
interceptions for the Bruins (3-0), who tallied 38 unanswered points in last
week's 41-21 win over Nebraska in Lincoln.
Steven Manfro caught a touchdown pass and ran in for a score, while Devin
Fuller and Shaquelle Evans each hauled in a TD pass in the triumph.
Brandon Betancourt ran for 95 yards and a touchdown for New Mexico State
James' 4-yard TD run in the opening frame accounted for the only
scoring in the first, but the Bruins' 24-point second turned the game into a
Manfro hauled in a 20-yard score and ran for a 12-yard TD to make it 21-0
midway through the stanza. Ka'imi Fairbairn nailed a 38-yard field goal late
in the half and Hundley's 21-yard TD strike to Fuller with 39 ticks to go
until intermission gave the hosts a comfortable 31-point cushion at the break.
Hundley flipped a 7-yard TD pass to Evans and following a New Mexico State
three-and-out, James ran for 13 and 23 yards before finishing the brisk
3-play sequence with a 19-yard TD run to make it 45-0 late in the third.
Andrew McDonald found Adam Shapiro for a 33-yard score early in the fourth to
get the Aggies on the board.
A pair of Malcolm Jones 3-yard TD runs, sandwiched around a Betancourt 4-yard
TD plunge, concluded the scoring. Maxwell Johnson missed the extra point
on the Aggies' touchdown.
UCLA committed 15 penalties for 138 yards ... UCLA was 12-of-14 on third down,
while New Mexico State went 1-of-11 on third down ... The Bruins outgained the
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