PASADENA, California (Ticker) -- UCLA dominated on the ground to pick up its first home win of the season.
Maurice Drew rushed for 165 yards and one touchdown as the Bruins rolled to a 33-10 victory over San Diego State.
With the win, UCLA (3-1) improved to 19-0-1 vs. the Aztecs (2-2).
Drew, who has eclipsed the 100-yard rushing mark in three straight games, gave the Bruins the lead for good, 7-3, when he ran in a 57-yard score just over five minutes into the game.
He added a 47-yard pass on UCLA's final scoring drive of the game, capped by Justin Medlock's fourth field goal and third of at least 40 yards.
Spencer Havner provided the Bruins with a 14-3 advantage when he intercepted Matt Dlugolecki and returned it 52 yards for a touchdown early in the second. It was Havner's third career interception return for a score.
Drew Olson completed 14-of-29 passes for 158 yards, one touchdown and one interception. He found Tab Perry for a 23-yard score to open the second half and give UCLA a 27-3 lead.
Dlugolecki was 23-of-42 for 215 yards but threw a pair of interceptions. He has thrown for at least 200 yards in five straight games dating back to last season.
San Diego State lost its 14th straight game to a Pac-10 Conference opponent.