A subdued Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez had no excuses for his team's dismal performance Saturday night at the Rose Bowl.
But he admitted to feeling embarrassed.
''I felt we were ready to play tonight, but we weren't,'' Rodriguez said after No. 25 UCLA overwhelmed his 24th-ranked Wildcats 66-10. ''It starts with me and the staff. This does not define who we are, but give UCLA credit.
''We could not get any stops. We did not run, throw or block. We didn't do anything right tonight. I think I have an idea of what went wrong with our strategy, but I need to go back and check the film to figure it out.''
Johnathan Franklin gained 162 yards in becoming UCLA's career rushing leader and redshirt freshman Brett Hundley passed for 288 yards and three touchdowns for the Bruins, who raced to a 42-3 halftime lead.
''This loss stings, it seems like everything went wrong,'' said linebacker Jake Fischer, who entered as the Pac-12's leading tackler.
''We've beat some good teams this season, bu...