Johnathan Franklin rushed for 118 yards and
a touchdown and UCLA stunned No. 7 Texas 34-12 on Saturday.
Thirteen years after the Bruins walloped the Longhorns 66-3 in
the same stadium, UCLA again sent Texas fans heading to the exits
early by forcing four first-half turnovers, then letting its
grinding ground game chew up the second.
The Bruins (2-2) ran for 264 of their 291 total yards.
Quarterback Kevin Prince's 38-yard touchdown run in the third
quarter put the game away against a Texas offense that misfired all
After starting 0-2, including a 35-0 loss to Pac-10 rival
Stanford, the Bruins have consecutive wins over Top 25 opponents.
Texas (3-1) scored its fewest points at home since a 12-7 loss
to Texas A&M in 2006.