UCLA Vs Stanford: Game Day Information – TV, Radio, Kickoff, Betting Lines, Predictions and More


#18 UCLA Bruins vs #15 Stanford Cardinal

What a situation to be in for the UCLA Bruins. Not only have they lost seven in a row to Stanford, but coming into this game they dropped their home conference opener to Arizona State. Now the Bruins are injured and without several players on defense, but if they can dig deep, there could be a chance at redemption on what could be another wacky Thursday night football game in the Pac-12.

Here is the Go Joe Bruin Game Day Information for the UCLA vs Stanford:

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Location: Stanford Stadium, CA Cap.: (50,000)

Kickoff: 7:30 p.m. PT


On-LineTune-In/IMG Network

Radio: 1150 AM (Los Angeles)

Odds: Stanford -6.5, O/U: 54.0

Ticket InformationGoStanford.com



Records: #18 UCLA Bruins (4-1, 1-1), #15 Stanford Cardinal (4-1, 3-0)

Head Coaches: UCLA – Jim Mora (4th Year), Stanford – David Shaw (5th Year)

RostersUCLA, Stanford

Last Game: Arizona State d. #7 UCLA, 38-23 | #18 Stanford d. Arizona, 55-17

History: This will be the 86th meeting between the Bruins and Cardinal in what could be the biggest game of the season for both. UCLA is coming off a shocking loss to ASU while Stanford is flying high with four straight wins after stumbling over Northwestern in Game 1. UCLA cannot afford another loss, while technically Stanford has a loss to give. So is this a Bruin victory or a Cardinal win?

Stats provided by Wikipedia.

  • UCLA leads series 45-38-3
  • Stanford holds the current win streak at 7 (2009-2014)
  • Stanford’s largest margin of victory – 82 points, 82-0 in 1925
  • UCLA’s largest margin of victory – 72 points, 72-0 in 1954
  • The Longest Win Streak goes to Stanford with 7 consecutive wins from 2009-2014
  • In their last meeting, Stanford bear UCLA, 31-10
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The Go Joe Bruin Predictions:

Nathan E.: UCLA 17 – Stanford 31

Michael Hanna: UCLA 13 – Stanford 35

Jake Merrifield: UCLA 24 – Stanford 20

Bill Shirley: UCLA 42 – Stanford 10

Matt Wagner: UCLA 21 – Stanford 24

Mike W.R.: UCLA 27 – Stanford 26


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