The UCLA Bruins are set to face Arizona State in a showdown at the Rose Bowl on Saturday, Nov. 11, with kickoff scheduled for 6 p.m.
UCLA, boasting an impressive 18 wins in its last 25 games, is aiming to extend its perfect home record this season to 5-0.
The Bruins have been dominant, topping the Pac-12 in several defensive categories and holding seven of their nine opponents to under 20 points this season.
The game will be broadcast on the Pac-12 Networks, with additional coverage available via the Bruin IMG Radio Network, SiriusXM, and the Varsity App.
Historically, UCLA holds a 23-15-1 lead over Arizona State, including a 12-8-1 record in games played in the Los Angeles area. Despite Arizona State’s victory in the most recent Rose Bowl meeting, UCLA has won three of the past four matchups in the series.
In the 2021 Rose Bowl meeting, despite a strong performance from Dorian Thompson-Robinson, UCLA fell to ASU 42-23. The Bruins are looking to rebound from that loss and continue their strong defensive performance this season.
With a balanced offense, a stingy defense, and a knack for capitalizing on turnovers, UCLA has achieved a respectable record under head coach Chip Kelly.