ASU lost a heartbreaker to UCLA, and we take a deeper look into the key numbers that shaped the outcome.
Let's take a look at the key numbers from Arizona State's 45-43 loss to UCLA.
1 - Turnovers by ASU, but it was costly. Late in the first half, Taylor Kelly avoided a safety, but his pass was awful and easily intercepted and returned to the Sun Devil five-yard line. One play later, Johnathan Franklin scored for give UCLA their first lead with 1:08 left in the half.
1:33 - Time left in the game when UCLA took possession for the game's final drive.
3.2 - Yards-per-carry of Cameron Marshall, who managed just 57 yards on 18 carries. He now has just 349 yards and five touchdowns through eight games, a year after running 1,050 and 18 scores.
4 - Touchdowns thrown by both Brett Hundley and Taylor Kelly.
9 - Tackles for loss (including five sacks) by ASU, who still managed some effective pressure without Will Sutton.
12 - Touchdowns in 2012 by Marion Grice after he scored three more (one rushing, two receiving) against the Bruins.
17 - Total tackles by UCLA linebacker Eric Kendricks, who was everywhere.
53.8% - Third down conversion percentage by UCLA. ASU routinely gave up costly conversions that extended Bruin scoring drives.
60 - Yards allowed by ASU in the last 1:33 of the game to set up UCLA's game-winning field goal.
100% - ASU kicker Jon Mora was a perfect three-for-three on his field goal attempts.
164 - Yards by UCLA running back Johnathan Franklin, who ASU routinely could not stop with Will Sutton out of the lineup
176 - Combined receiving yardage by ASU running backs DJ Foster and Marion Grice, as they continue to show they are the offense's best overall playmakers.
618 - Rushing yards allowed over the last two weeks without Will Sutton (Oregon: 406, UCLA 212)
1,021 - Combined total offense by UCLA (486) and ASU (535).
55,672 - Attendance for Saturday's game (77% of capacity).