UCLA Bruins

Series History


The UCLA Bruins and Oregon State Beavers first met in 1930 in Los Angeles as the Beavers blanked the Bruins 19-0. Since then the wins have come few and far between with OSU winning only 13 games in the 56 games series.

Currently (2007), UCLA holds a 39-13-4 overall advantage and a 16-7-1 lead in Corvallis. The Bruins have won the last five matchups, the longest current winning streak against OSU by a Pac-10 foe, and seven of the last nine.


Last 10 Matchups

Year Result Score Site
2007 L 14-40 Corvallis
2006 L 7-25 Los Angeles
2005 L 28-51 Los Angeles
2002 L 35-43 Corvallis
2001 L 7-38 Corvallis
2000 W 44-38 Los Angeles
1999 W 55-7 Corvallis
1998 L 34-41 Corvallis
1997 L 10-34 Los Angeles
1994 W 23-14 Los Angeles

Series Quick Facts

Series Record: UCLA leads 39-14-4

Largest UCLA Victory: 61-0 (1954, Corvallis)
Largest OSU Victory: 55-7 (1999, Corvallis)

Longest UCLA Winning Streak: Seven games (1949-55)
Longest OSU Winning Streak: Two games, twice (1940-41, 1999-2000)

- The teams tied three straight games from 1937-1939.

- UCLA and OSU played in Tokyo, Japan in 1980 with UCLA winning 34-3.

Notable Games

2000: QB Jonathan Smith passed for 351 yards and four touchdowns as No. 19 Oregon State rallied from a 10-point deficit in the fourth quarter to beat No. 23 UCLA 44-38, handing the Bruins just their third loss in their last 21 games at the Rose Bowl. Oregon State exploded for 23 consecutive points in the fourth quarter and limited the UCLA rushing attack to just 72 yards

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