TUCSON, Arizona (Ticker) -- Freshman Tyler Ebell rushed for two touchdowns and became the second player in school history to record six straight 100-yard rushing games as UCLA rolled to a 37-7 Pac-10 Conference victory over Arizona.
Ebell came in as the first UCLA player to have five straight 100-yard games since Skip Hicks in 1997. Gaston Green holds the school record with seven straight in 1986.
Ebell gained 124 yards on 22 carries for UCLA, (7-3, 4-2) which outgained Arizona 242-12 on the ground. He also scored the Bruins' first two TDs and his 19-yard run gave UCLA a 17-0 lead with 12:45 remaining in the first half.
Ebell kept the drive alive with a two-yard plunge on 3rd-and-2 and preceeded his TD with a 36-yard gain.
On the season, Ebell has 858 rushing yards and nine TDs.
Arizona, which suffered its sixth straight conference loss, managed just 249 total yards and scored its only touchdown on Nic Costa's 92-yard TD strike to Andre Thurman with 10:42 left in the first half.
A sack and penalty created a 3rd-and-22 situation, but Costa found Thurman on the right side after being nearly sacked in the end zone.
Thurman's TD came after he had fumbled, which set up UCLA's third scoring drive. The Bruins finished with 443 yards of total offense.
Arizona's Jason Johnson completed just 11-of-23 passes for 133 yards and was sacked four times.
The Bruins took a 20-3 lead at halftime and turned the game into a blowout on its first play in the second half when Drew Olson connected with Craig Bragg for a 33-yard TD strike with 13:45 remaining.
Manuel White added a one-yard TD run over five minutes later and Nate Fiske capped the scoring for UCLA with a 23-yard field goal with 14:51 left. Fiske booted three field goals, including a career-best 51-yarder with 8:02 left in the first half.
The Bruins have won three straight following a pair of losses by a combined six points to Oregon and California. They face ninth-ranked Southern California on November 23 and fifth-ranked Washington State on December 7.