UCLA did what it had to do to remain unbeaten and protect home field. Led by a feisty defense and a remarkable performance by quarterback Brett Hundley, the Bruins piled on 490 yards of offense and held Cal to 4-17 on third down attempts to win the conference meeting.
Cal's defense played well enough to keep the Bears in the game, but the offense had its worst showing of the year. The running game couldn't get going, the passing game was inconsistent and the receivers couldn't break free.
Overall, UCLA proved to be too much for the Bears, and the Bruins earned revenge after last year's upset.
The Bruins improve to 5-0 on the year and will play Stanford next week, while Cal drops to 1-5 and will return home to play Oregon State.