Baylor has a 168-26 advantage in rushing yardage, led by Lache Seastrunk, who has 73 yards and a touchdown in 10 carries, and Glasco Martin, who has 65 yards and two touchdowns in eight carries.
Johnathan Franklin, who entered the game averaging 130.8 yards rushing per game for UCLA, has 20 yards in nine carries.
Baylor has a 342-148 advantage in total yardage.
It's never a good sign when your punter has been your most valuable player.
Jeff Locke has averaged 42.8 yards on five punts, and his nifty eight-yard run on a fake punt allowed UCLA to score just before halftime.
The gain kept a drive alive and UCLA scored with seven seconds left on a 30-yard field goal by Ka'imi Fairbairn.
Fairbairn's kick came after a Baylor timeout that apparently gave UCLA Coach Jim Mora enough time to reconsider his strategy.
UCLA was lined up to run a fourth-and-10 play from the Baylor 13 when timeout was called.
Lache Seastrunk had been pretty quiet for almost the entire first half.
Seastrunk just busted loose for a 44-yard touchdown on a draw play.
Before the play, he had been held to 29 yards in nine carries.
But lets not forget quarterback Nick Florence. He completed a pass for a nine-yard gain just before the touchdown run.
The Bears are coming at UCLA from all directions.