PASADENA, Calif. (AP) -- Kevin Prince threw for 225 yards and hit tight end Joseph Fauria with two of his career-high four touchdown passes, and UCLA moved within one victory of an improbable Pac-12 South title with a 45-6 win over Colorado on Saturday night.
Johnathan Franklin rushed for 162 yards and a score, while Shaq Evans and Nelson Rosario also caught TD passes for the Bruins (6-5, 5-3), who would play in the Pac-12's inaugural title game if they can beat archrival Southern California next weekend.
Tyler Hansen passed for 127 yards and threw three interceptions for the Buffaloes (2-10, 1-7), who extended a dismal school record with their 23rd consecutive road defeat. One week after snapping a seven-game skid by beating Arizona, Colorado fell behind 21-0 in the first quarter and never threatened UCLA.
The Bruins outgained Colorado 553-229 despite committing nine penalties for 102 yards, with Prince methodically chewing up Colorado's defense with all the poise UCLA has alway...