AUSTIN, Texas – Thirteen years after “Rout 66,” UCLA produced another stunner: The Bruins walloped Texas again.

Johnathan Franklin rushed for 118 yards and a touchdown, Kevin Prince ran for a score and passed another and UCLA beat the seventh-ranked Longhorns 34-12 on Saturday.

Back in 1997, the Bruins crushed Texas 66-3 in the same stadium and their first trip back to Austin since had Texas fans baffled and booing again — at least until they left early. The Bruins forced four first-half turnovers and chewed up the nation’s No. 2 rushing defense with 264 yards on the ground.

“It was a rear-end kicking,” Texas Coach Mack Brown said. “This one’s embarrassing for me. As a head coach, I’m responsible for everybody in this program, from the trainers to the managers to the walk-ons, to the kids to the coaches — everybody.”

When it was over, UCLA players rushed to the corner of the stadium dominated by fans wearing Bruins blue. Many of them had come down to the front rail where Franklin and his teammates danced and exchanged high-fives amid the chants of “U-C-L-A.”

In the locker room after the biggest victory of Rick Neuheisel’s three seasons as coach of his alma mater, the Bruins players dumped a bucket of water on their coach.

“I can’t grasp it,” UCLA offensive tackle Sean Sheller said. “It’s like a little kid at Disneyland. We heard our fans all game, and sometimes even louder than Texas fans.”

After an 0-2 start, including a humiliating 35-0 home loss to Pac-10 rival Stanford, the Bruins (2-2) have put up impressive consecutive wins over Top 25 teams. The win here in 1997 started a 20-game regular season win streak.

“That was the apocalypse,” Bruins safety Tony Dye said of the Stanford loss.

(2) OHIO STATE 73, EASTERN MICHIGAN 20: Dane Sanzenbacher tied two school records by catching four touchdown passes from Terrelle Pryor, and Ohio State poured it on to score its most points in 60 years. Pryor completed 20 of 26 passes for 224 yards and the four scores, rushed seven times for 104 yards and a touchdown and also caught a 20-yard scoring pass from his former high school teammate, Jordan Hall, late in the third quarter. Sanzenbacher had nine catches for 108 yards.

(3) BOISE STATE 37, (24) OREGON STATE 24: Kellen Moore threw for 288 yards and three touchdowns, Doug Martin rumbled for 138 yards and Boise State overcame a a bunch of mistakes to beat Oregon State.

(6) NEBRASKA 17, SOUTH DAKOTA STATE 3: Rex Burkhead and Kyler Reed scored on consecutive series in the first half, but sixth-ranked Nebraska turned in an uninspired performance in Lincoln, Neb.

(8) OKLAHOMA 31, CINCINNATI 29: Landry Jones ran an Oklahoma offense moving so fast that Cincinnati couldn’t even line up at times, throwing for 370 yards and two touchdowns, and the eighth-ranked Sooners withstood a late Bearcats rally in Cincinnati.

(9) FLORIDA 48, KENTUCKY 14: Trey Burton scored six touchdowns, breaking Tim Tebow’s school record, and No. 9 Florida beat Kentucky for the 24th consecutive time. Burton became the fourth player in Southeastern Conference history to score six times in a single game and first since Auburn’s Cadillac Williams in 2003.

(11) WISCONSIN 70, AUSTIN PEAY 3: Freshman James White rushed for four touchdowns, Scott Tolzien threw for three more scores and Wisconsin steamrolled Austin Peay in Madison, Wis.

(17) AUBURN 35, (12) SOUTH CAROLINA 27: At Auburn, Ala., Cam Newton rushed for 176 yards and three touchdowns and passed for two more scores, leading Auburn to another come-from-behind victory.

(13) UTAH 56, SAN JOSE STATE 3: Jordan Wynn threw for two touchdowns in his first game since the season opener and eight different players scored for Utah in Salt Lake City.

(16) STANFORD 37, NOTRE DAME 14: Owen Marecic scored on a run and interception return 13 seconds apart and Nate Whitaker kicked a career-high five field goals , leading No. 16 Stanford to a win over Notre Dame. The win makes Stanford 4-0 for the first time since 1986. It was just the third victory in South Bend for Stanford, and its first since 1992. The Cardinal have now won two in a row against Notre Dame (1-3), a first in the series that dates to the 1925 Rose Bowl.

(18) IOWA 45, BALL STATE 0: Ricky Stanzi threw for 288 yards and three touchdowns and the Hawkeyes bounced back from last week’s disheartening loss at Arizona. Adam Robinson added 115 yards rushing and a pair of TDs for the Hawkeyes (3-1). Stanzi threw touchdown passes of 8 and 22 yards in the second quarter to put Iowa ahead 21-0 at halftime in Iowa City.

(20) USC 50, WASHINGTON STATE 16: Matt Barkley completed 16 of 25 passes for 290 yards and three touchdowns as USC won in Pullman, Wash.

Stanley Havili ran for 80 yards and caught five passes for 107 for USC (4-0, 1-0 Pac-10), which had been up and down in wins over Hawaii, Virginia and Minnesota.

(21) MICHIGAN 65, BOWLING GREEN 21: The only scare Michigan got came from an injury to star quarterback Denard Robinson. Robinson, who led Michigan to wins in his first three starts, twisted his left knee in the first quarter and didn’t return. Robinson said after the game he’s fine. The Wolverines didn’t need him against Bowling Green as they scored the first 21 points of the game.

(23) PENN STATE 22, TEMPLE 13: Collin Wagner tied a school record with five field goals, Evan Royster ran for 187 yards and No. 23 Penn State’s defense dominated in the second half to survive a scare from upstart Temple in State College, Pa.

(25) MICHIGAN 45, NORTHERN MICHIGAN 7: Kirk Cousins threw for 290 yards and two touchdowns, and the Spartans had no trouble winning without Coach Mark Dantonio in East Lansing, Mich. Dantonio had a mild heart attack shortly after last weekend’s win over Notre Dame.