UCLA Football: TV Schedule Released


UCLA’s football season is just over 75 days away, meaning the Bruin fan-base is getting giddy over watching the blue and gold take the field to launch a very intriguing — if for the wrong reasons — UCLA football team.

Some will be at the Rose Bowl taking in the games, including yours truly, while most will watch at home. And, thankfully, UCLA actually has a couple of nationally televised games.

UCLA’s home game against Nebr-ass-ka will be broadcast nationally on FOX on September 8 at 4:30 p.m. UCLA’s home opener against Rice will also be broadcast nationally on the CBS Sports Network (because the Conference USA teams have a deal with CBS Sports Network, it appears), on August 30 at 4:30 p.m.

Other than that? It’ll be on the brand-spanking new Pac-12 Networks, which is good since UCLA is getting a crap-load of money from that deal.

Of course, don’t be lazy, Bruins. Get your asses off your coach every Saturday and take in a game at the Rose Bowl. We know it’s expensive, but find a way. The only section that seemed all that into the games this season was the student section (holla!), and everyone else seemed like they were falling asleep, because I guess that’s just how some people are.