Pretty simple and mundane for the Bruins on their long, long, LONG scoring drive (13 plays, 92 yards). Seventy of the yards came on the ground - capped by Johnathan Franklin's 31-yard touchdown scamper off right tackle, breaking tackles by linebackers Victor Aiyewa and Cort Dennison.
UCLA had its 7-0 lead with 5:20 remaining.
After a Jake Locker interception on the UW's next drive, the Bruins stalled at the Huskies' 26, and Kai Forbath - one of the all-time NCAA leaders in field goals - missed a 44-yard field goal attempt at the 2:19 mark.
Each team went three-and-out on its initial drives.
Aiyewa added to his Pac-10-leading total of tackles for losses when he dropped Franklin for a 1-yard loss on the first play from scrimmage.
The Bruins had 97 yards at the end of the quarter; 76 on the ground. The UW has 33 total yards.
The Huskies are facing fourth-and-1 to begin the second quarter from their own 45-yard line. Think UW coach Steve Sarkisian is considering going for it instead of punting.