University Of California, Los Angeles Bruins
UCLA announced the dates for the 2020 football season on Thursday afternoon, and college bowl games, including the Pasadena Rose Bowl game, will take place in early December. UCLA (6-5, 3-3 Pac-12) will face Arizona State (4-6, 2-4) in the Rose Bowl on December 29, 2020.
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The UCLA football team's field side will be in front of the goal in the Bruins fanzone, with a limited number of tickets available at the gates. UCLA football team will be on the sidelines for the first half of the game, as will UCLA basketball team.
The campuses are 13 miles apart, but you could say that the Bruins have more in common with their home team than with their away team. The Bruins have also won 10 straight league games at home, and six of those victories this season have been victories over Arizona State, USC, UCLA, Oregon State and USC D. - I. UCLA has also won 11 of its last 12 regular-season games, including six wins against the Ducks, Ducks II and Ducks III in the Pac-12 Championship Game and 10 of its last 11 games against UCLA. The Bruin Football Team and UCLA basketball team, both on campus, are also vying for the Big West Conference title.
The game in Tempe was an 18-point blowout, but the Bruins have won three in a row after a season - opening loss to Arizona State in the Pac-12 championship game helped them to bat out of the top 25. The Bruins are 7-2 (3-0) in their last five games at home, with wins over Arizona, USC, Oregon State, Stanford and Oregon. UCLA finished its first series of three straight wins since the 2015-16 season, marking its last victory before the 2019 season. Devils, who were selected to win the Pac-13 and win all four of their coach's pre-season polls from the coaches, and one of them will go to Pauley Pavilion later this season against the Bruin Bruins.
UCLA took a 38-36 lead with 20 seconds left in the first half, but USC (5-0) responded quickly. After USC scored 10 points, including a 65-yard touchdown pass from Slovis London, Felton made it 21-10 with 52 seconds left for UCLA. The Utes closed with a Plummer 3-pointer before Jake Kyman answered with 3 to keep the Bruins 55-48 in front, and they closed it out with an 8-2 run afterward.
When the Bruins played clean football, they could win, but too many second-half errors allowed the Trojans to rally and win for the second straight time. UCLA finally has its own mascot, and the referees sued USC during a timeout as a penalty. Both USC and UCLA wore their home jerseys at the Rose Bowl, and both teams had planned to wear them until UCLA moved its home field to the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. The teams still share home fields, but neither team has planned to wear them this season because UCLA hasn't moved yet.
The Bruins (3-1, 1-0) won't play any of their 12 games at the Rose Bowl this season, according to head coach Chip Kelly.
The Utes will spend New Year's Day in Los Angeles before finishing their trip to the city for USC. The Utes spent New Year's Day at the Rose Bowl on Saturday, December 31, to finish their trip out of town to USC, and then a week later at home against Oregon State on January 1. USC will spend New Year's Day in San Diego after wrapping it up with a visit to the Pac-12 Championship Game on February 2.
The UCLA Bruins will likely keep pace with Utah's pace and give Utah a run for the win, but expect the Bruins to rely heavily on their running game to try to limit what should be a high-scoring, back-and-forth affair. The Bruins defense will hope to continue their hot streak and push their record to 7-1 at home against the Buffaloes while CU will look to steal its second win in LA. After the brutal loss to USC, I think the Buffs defense will have been motivated to give everything against UCLA.
Consistency in the lead-up helped UCLA to a 34-point victory last week, but that marks the lowest score UCLA has scored since a 50-0 win over USC in 2011.
U, which lost to Ohio State on December 19 in Cleveland, has not played since playing at home in the first half of its season opener on November 4 and has yet to play in a home game since it played at the Rose Bowl on January 1, 2013.