1993 UCLA Bruins football team

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1993 UCLA Bruins football
UCLA bruins textlogo.svg
Pacific-10 Conference Co-Champions
Rose Bowl vs. Wisconsin, L, 16–21
Conference Pacific-10 Conference
Ranking
Coaches #17
AP #18
1993 record 8–4 (6–2 Pac-10)
Head coach Terry Donahue (18th year)
Offensive coordinator Homer Smith (4th year)
Defensive coordinator Bob Field (12th year)
Home stadium Rose Bowl
(Capacity: 102,083)
Seasons
« 1992 1994 »
1993 Pacific-10 football standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#18 UCLA § 6 2 0     8 4 0
#10 Arizona § 6 2 0     10 2 0
USC § 6 2 0     8 5 0
Washington 5 3 0     7 4 0
#25 California 4 4 0     9 4 0
Arizona State 4 4 0     6 5 0
Washington State 3 5 0     5 6 0
Oregon 2 6 0     5 6 0
Stanford 2 6 0     4 7 0
Oregon State 2 6 0     4 7 0
§ – Conference co-champions
Rankings from AP Poll

The 1993 UCLA Bruins football team represented UCLA in the 1993 NCAA Division I-A football season. They played their home games at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California and were coached by Terry Donahue. It was Donahue's eighteenth season as the UCLA head coach. The Bruins finished 8–4 overall, and were Pac-10 Co-Champions with a 6–2 record. The Bruins were invited to play in the Rose Bowl vs. Wisconsin on January 1, 1994. The team was ranked #18 in the final AP Poll and #17 in the final Coaches' Poll.

Pre-season[edit]

Schedule[edit]

Date Time Opponent# Rank# Site TV Result Attendance
September 4 7:00 PM California Rose BowlPasadena, CA L 25–27   53,634
September 18 12:30 PM #8 Nebraska* Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA ABC L 13–14   50,299
September 25 12:30 PM at #17 Stanford Stanford StadiumStanford, CA ABC W 28–25   53,700
September 30 5:00 PM at San Diego State* Jack Murphy StadiumSan Diego, CA ESPN W 52–13   44,669
October 9 7:00 PM #19 Brigham Young* #25 Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA CBS W 68–14   50,713
October 16 12:30 PM #12 Washington #22 Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA ABC W 39–25   40,830
October 23 3:30 PM at Oregon State #19 Parker StadiumCorvallis, OR Prime W 20–17   30,108
October 30 12:30 PM #7 Arizona #15 Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA ABC W 37–17   65,656
November 6 12:30 PM at Washington State #12 Martin StadiumPullman, WA ABC W 40–27   34,987
November 13 3:30 PM Arizona State #10 Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA Prime L 3–9   40,346
November 20 12:30 PM at #22 USC #16 Los Angeles Memorial ColiseumLos Angeles, CA (Victory Bell) ABC W 27–21   93,458
January 1 1:30 PM vs. #9 Wisconsin* #14 Rose Bowl • Pasadena, CA (Rose Bowl) ABC L 16–21   101,237
*Non-conference game. daggerHomecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll. All times are in Pacific Time.

Game notes[edit]

Wisconsin (Rose Bowl)[edit]

1 2 3 4 Total
#9 Wisconsin 7 7 0 7 21
#14 UCLA 3 0 0 13 16

The weather was 73 degrees and hazy. UCLA receiver J. J. Stokes set Rose Bowl records for receptions (14) and receiving yards (176). Brent Moss gashed the UCLA defense for 158 rushing yards and 2 TDs.

First quarter scoring: UCLA — Bjorn Merten 27-yard field goal; Wisconsin — Brent Moss three-yard run (Rick Schnetzky kick)

Second quarter scoring: Wisconsin — Moss one-yard run (Schnetzky kick)

Third quarter scoring: No Scoring

Fourth quarter scoring: UCLA — Ricky Davis 12-yard run (Merten kick); Wisconsin — Darrell Bevell 21-yard run (Schnetzky kick); UCLA — Mike Nguyen five-yard pass from Wayne Cook (2-point conversion pass failed)

Statistics[edit]

Team Stats Wisconsin UCLA
First Downs 21 31
Net Yards Rushing 250 212
Net Yards Passing 96 288
Total Yards 346 500
PC–PA–Int. 10–20–1 28–43–1
Punts–Avg. 6–38.2 2–35.0
Fumbles–Lost 2–0 5–5
Penalties–Yards 12–89 9–95

Awards and honors[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 2014 UCLA Media Guide, UCLA Athletics, 2014