SAN DIEGO (Ticker) -- Cory Paus threw two touchdown passes as UCLA scored 26 points in the second quarter and went on to a 43-7 win over San Diego State.
Paus was 12-of-21 for 216 yards, including TD passes of 37 yards to Craig Bragg and 64 yards to Mike Seidman to give the Bruins a 30-7 lead. Paus did not throw an interception as the Bruins bounced back from a loss to Colorado last week that dropped them out of the rankings.
San Diego is off to its first 0-5 start in school history under first-year coach Tom Craft and has dropped 13 consecutive games to Pac-10 opponents, dating to 1996.
Safety Jibril Raymo recovered a blocked punt in the end zone five seconds into the second quarter, giving the Bruins a 14-0 lead.
UCLA also scored in the second period on a safety and a 33-yeard field goal by Chris Griffith, who added a 46-yarder in the third quarter.
UCLA's Manuel White had a four-yard TD run in the first quarter to open the scoring.
San Diego State's lone touchdown came with 5:31 to go in the second quarter when Adam Hall threw a 10-yard strike to Kassim Osgood, who caught 10 passes for 145 yards. Hall was 16-for-34 with a pair of interceptions and was sacked four times.
San Diego State fell to 0-17-1 all-time against UCLA.