Foster Farms Bowl, UCLA Bruins vs Nebraska Cornhuskers: Game Day Information, How To Watch, Odds, History and More


UCLA Bruins vs Nebraska Cornhuskers

Here we go Ladies and Gentlemen, one last game for the 2015 season! It has been a season of ups and downs but we finish it off with the UCLA Bruins and the Nebraska Cornhuskers squaring off in the Foster Farms Bowl!

Here is the Go Joe Bruin Game Day Information for the UCLA Bruins vs. the Nebraska Cornhuskers:

Foster Farms Bowl

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Location: Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, CA – Cap.: (68,500)

Kickoff: 6:15 p.m. PT


Live Stream: WatchESPN

On-LineTune-In/IMG Network

Radio: AM 570 (Los Angeles)

Odds: UCLA -6.5, O/U 61.0


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Records: UCLA Bruins (8-4, 5-4), Nebraska Cornhuskers (5-7, 3-5)

Head Coaches: UCLA – Jim Mora (4th Year), Nebraska – Mike Riley (1st Year)

Rosters: UCLANebraska

Last Game: USC d. UCLA, 40-21 | Iowa d. Nebraska 28-20


The UCLA Bruins and the Nebraska Cornhuskers have had a bit of a rivalry in the last three years, but it is a rivalry unlike any other. To use a soccer term, it is “friendly”. The Cornhusker fans were nothing less than gracious when they travelled to the Rose Bowl in 2012 and were even better hosts when they helped mourn the loss of former Bruin Nick Pasquale when UCLA travelled to Lincoln in 2013. So now they face each other again and the winner of this game takes the decisive lead in the series.

Stats provided by Winsipedia.

  • The series is tied 6-6
  • UCLA holds the current win streak at 2 (2012-13)
  • Nebraska’s largest margin of victory – 39 points, 42-3 in 1984
  • UCLA’s largest margin of victory – 20 points, 41-21 in 2013
  • The Longest Win Streak goes to Nebraska with 4 wins from 1973-87
  • In their last meeting, UCLA beat won in s comeback, 41-21

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