UCLA football

What UCLA football did over the last three weeks

After a truly horrible front half of the season, the UCLA Bruins have managed to win three games in a row, the last against Colorado. The Bruins are now 4-5 with three games left in their season. If they manage to win all three, they could end the season with a 7-5 only slightly shabby record. Of course, speaking as a Trojan fan, the best the Bruins should hope for is a 6-6 even-steven season.

Bruins Nation reports that Westwood is enjoying very good recruiting news:

  • receiver Logan Loya from St. John Bosco
  • linebacker Choe Bryant-Strother from Georgia
  • linebacker Jonathan Vaughn frrom St. John Bosco
  • linebacker Myles Jackson from Hoschton, Georgia

But that’s next year. UCLA still has three more games in its schedule for this year. Nose to the grindstone, boys, and pads to the tackle dummy!

Next up for the Bruins is Utah on Saturday, November 16 — then the seasonal highpoint of the Clash of the Crosstown Rivals with USC on November 23!

North Dakota is due for more snow this week — but that doesn’t excuse my losing focus on UCLA football over that last three weeks. Sorry!

2019 UCLA Football Schedule

Date Opponent Kickoff Time Network W/L, Score
Aug. 31 at Cincinnati 4p PT TV: ESPN 24-14
Sept. 7 San Diego State 1:15 p.m. PT TV: Pac-12 Networks 23-14
Sept. 14 Oklahoma 5 p.m. PT TV: Fox 14-48
Sept. 21 at Washington State     67-63
Sept. 28 at Arizona     17-20
Oct. 12 Oregon State 4:30p PT   31-48
Oct. 17 at Stanford 6p PT TV: ESPN 34-16
Oct. 26 Arizona State     42-32
Nov. 2 Colorado     31-14
Nov. 16 Utah      
Nov. 23 at USC      
Nov. 30 California