Both had outstanding efforts in Cal’s 35-7 victory.
Hagan, a senior from Los Angeles, Calif., had the first two sacks of his collegiate career against UCLA on cornerback blitzes, while adding an interception, a pass breakup and a team-high-tying five tackles. California defense limited UCLA to 144 yards in total offense, including 26 yards rushing to a Bruin squad that had been averaging 262.4 yards rushing per game.
Anger, a junior from Camarillo, Calif., punted five times for 252 yards (50.4 yards per punt), placing three punts inside the 20-yard line. He had three punts greater than 50 yards, including a best of 55 yards.