Linebacker Myles Jack ran for four touchdowns, defensive end Cassius Marsh caught a scoring pass, and No. 13 UCLA stayed in control of its destiny in the Pac-12 South race with a 41-31 victory over Washington on Friday night in Pasadena.

Devin Lucien turned a short pass into a 40-yard TD with 9:57 to play, and the Bruins (8-2, 5-2 Pac-12) held off a challenge from the Huskies (6-4, 3-4), who lost starting quarterback Keith Price to a shoulder injury right before halftime. Washington, hasn't beaten UCLA at the Rose Bowl since 1995.

  • Authorities say UCLA receiver Nick Pasquale was drunk when he was hit by a car and killed while walking in Southern California in September. Orange County sheriff's Lt. Jeff Hallock says Pasquale, 20, had a .26 blood alcohol content when he was killed.

    Cal: An unidentified player has been suspended for instigating a locker room altercation that sent freshman running back Fabiano Hale to the hospital. Coach Sonny Dykes announced that after an internal examination of the incident Nov. 1, the player will be suspended indefinitely from all team activities, will attend counseling and must perform 25 hours of community service before possible reinstatement.

    Hale, a walk-on from Santa Cruz, told the Santa Cruz Sentinel he suffered a concussion. He has not played this season and has not returned to practice since the incident.

    Oregon: The sixth-ranked Ducks are eager to bury last week's loss to Stanford. The first step will come Saturday when they host Utah.

    "One game doesn't define your season," quarterback Marcus Mariota said. "We're going to keep chopping away, and eventually we'll pick up our heads in December and see where we're at."

    Player beaten: A bathroom fight Friday among football players from Winston-Salem State and Virginia State during a CIAA championship game luncheon left the WSSU quarterback beaten and charges filed against a player from the other team.

    The conference announced that the title game set for Saturday in Winston-Salem, N.C., has been canceled.

    Rudy Johnson, the starting quarterback for the Rams, was "viciously beaten" by members of the Virginia State team, Winston-Salem State Chancellor Donald Reaves said in a statement. He said one Virginia State player admitted his role in the beating.

    School spokeswoman Nancy Young identified the suspect as 22-year-old Lamont Daniel Britt. A Forsyth County jail official said Britt, a running back from Portsmouth, Va., was being held there on a charge of misdemeanor assault inflicting serious injury.

    Staff writer Jeff Faraudo contributed to this report.