Kirby Lee-US PRESSWIRE
Franklin set UCLA's all-time rushing record on a TD scamper on Saturday night.
Franklin achieved the feat on a 37-yard touchdown run in the first quarter of Saturday night's game against the Arizona Wildcats, scampering down the left sideline for the long score. With his three carries tonight vaulting him to the top of the list, here's a look at how Franklin stacks up against the rest of UCLA's all-time rushing greats.
|UCLA All-Time Rushing List|
The 5'11" senior from Los Angeles now looks to become the first-ever UCLA running back to reach 4,000 rushing yards in a career. Aside from the three-plus quarters remaining in Saturday's game, Franklin will also have three regular season games and a bowl game to add to his record.