Inside the boxscore: Cal Poly 70, UCLA 68

1. Senior Dylan Royer was one of the best shooters in the nation last year, making 47% of his threes, which is right at his career average of 46%. Against UCLA he made 6-10 shots, all from beyond the arc. His previous career high for threes was five, which he did in back-to-back games last year on only 12 attempts.

2. The Mustangs had eight steals on the night, which accounted for nine of the UCLA turnovers. On the season they generate a steal on 12% of opponents possessions, which is 89th nationally (of 347 teams).

3. Shabazz Muhammad led UCLA with a15 points and 10 rebounds, but was only 4-13 from the field. His last made shot from the field came on UCLA's first possession of the 2nd half, with 19:39 on the clock.

4. Cal Poly won 70-68. This was just a 64 possession game, which means that the Mustangs scored 1.09 points per possession, which is the most they've scored against any opponent this season. The only team which scored more on UCLA was Georgetown with 1.10.

5. The largest lead in this game was 18 points, by UCLA with 12:21 left to play. At that point it was 51-33. Over the final 12 minutes Cal Poly outscored UCLA 37-17. Starting at the 8:32 mark, Cal Poly scored on 11 consecutive possessions.