UCLA 17, Stanford 17 (8:20 left in the third quarter)
Ka'imi Fairbairn pulled the Bruins even in the Pac-12 Conference championship game with a 31-yard field goal.
UCLA stopped Stanford on the first possession of the second half and then drove 60 yards for the field goal.
Senior running back Johnathan Franklin set up the field goal with a 32-yard run on the first play of the eight-play drive.
Franklin has rushed for 145 yards and a touchdown in 12 carries.
UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley has completed 15 of 19 passes for 114 yards, with an interception.
Stanford 17, UCLA 14 (halftime)
Jordan Williamson kicked a 37-yard field goal on the final play of the second quarter to give the Cardinal their first lead in the Pac-12 Conference championship game tonight at Stanford Stadium in Palo Alto.
Williamson's kick capped a 63-yard drive expertly engineered by quarterback Kevin Hogan.
Hogan, a redshirt freshman making his fourth start, has completed 10 of 12 passes for 95 yards. He also has rushed for 40 yards and a touchdown in eight carries.
Cardinal running back Stepfan Taylor has rushed for 41 yards and a touchdown in 12 carries. He also broke Darrin Nelson's career rushing record of 4,169 yards that stood since 1981.
UCLA running back Johnathan Franklin has rushed for 113 yards and a touchdown in 10 carries and broke Karim Abdul-Jabbar's single-season rushing record.
UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley has completed 12 of 16 passes for 95 yards, but he had a pass intercepted, which set up a Cardinal touchdown. He has rushed for 113 yards and a touchdown in 10 carries.
UCLA 14, Stanford 14 (12:57 left in the second quarter)
Stanford safety Ed Reynolds intercepted a pass by Brett Hundley and returned it 80 yards, setting up a one-yard touchdown run by Stepfan Taylor to tie the score.
Hundley was looking for tight end Joseph Fauria, but Reynolds picked off the pass and then broke multiple tackles as he cut back across the field toward the goal line.
Hundley dragged him down just short of the goal line.
The Bruins have outgained the Cardinal, 224 yards to 87.
Hundley has completed six of eight passes for 57 yards.
Taylor has rushed for 20 yards and a touchdown in four carries.
UCLA 14, Stanford 7 (end of the first quarter)
UCLA has the lead -- and the ball-- to start the second quarter.
Stanford has not given up more than 198 yards rushing in a game this season.
But the Bruins, behind running back Johnathan Franklin and quarterback Brett Hundley, rushed for 135 yards in the first two series. Franklin has rushed for 80 yards and a touchdown in five carries.
UCLA 14, Stanford 7 (3:40 left in the first quarter)
Bruins quarterback Brett Hundley is not holding anything back.
After rushing the ball only once for 38 yards in last week’s loss to the Cardinal, Hundley made two huge plays during a drive that put the Bruins back in the lead of the Pac-12 Conference Championship game tonight in Palo Alto.
On a first down at the Bruins' 28-yard line, Hundley ran a quarterback draw, going up the middle and then breaking to the left sideline on his way to a 48-yard gain.
Johnathan Franklin’s 19-yard run gave the Bruins a first down at the Stanford five.
Hundley’s pass to tight end Joseph Fauria fell incomplete, but on the next play Hundley once again ran to left side and scored his ninth rushing touchdown of the season.
Hundley has completed five of six passes for 40 yards. He has rushed for 75 yards in five carries.
Franklin has gained 75 yards in five carries. He has 1,585 yards, breaking the UCLA’s single-season record of 1,571 set by Karim Abdul-Jabbar in 1995.
UCLA 7, Stanford 7 (6:07 left in the first quarter)
Stanford quarterback Kevin Hogan made a great fake and then bootlegged around left end for a one-yard touchdown that completed a 69-yard, 11-play drive.
Hogan, a redshirt freshman, completed all three of his passes for 44 yards and also rushed twice for 14 yards.
Cardinal running back Stepfan Taylor had the key play of the drive, catching a short pass from Hogan and breaking four tackles en route to a 33-yard gain to set up Hogan’s touchdown.
UCLA 7, Stanford 0 (11:35 left in the first quarter)
UCLA running back Johnathan Franklin rushed for only 65 yards last week in a loss to Stanford.
He already has amassed 56 in the Pac-12 Conference championship game tonight in Palo Alto, including a 51-yard touchdown.