The kickoff time and TV station that will broadcast the UCLA Football team’s first game against Texas A&M has been announced and if you are going to College Station, bring sunscreen.
Are you ready for some college football? Are you ready to sweat your face off whilst doing it?
Then you are ready for UCLA Football‘s season opener in College Staion, TX (where the average temperature for that time of year is 91° F) as the Bruins will take on the Texas A&M Aggies.
Today it was announced that the Pac-12/SEC match-up will kick off at 12:30 p.m. PT/2:30 p.m. CT at Texas A&M in College Station, TX and will be broadcast on CBS.
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This will be the fifth time these two teams meet, with the series tied at 2 wins a piece. UCLA has won the last two match-ups.
The last time the Bruins and Aggies met, UCLA was victorious 29-23 in the 1988 Cotton Bowl.
This season, the UCLA Football team will try to improve off last year’s 8-5 record which had the Bruins end on a 2-game losing streak against USC and then against Nebraska in the Foster Farms Bowl.
The Bruins are changing things on both offense and defense in an effort to maximize the talent on their roster. Newly promoted Offensive Coordinator Kennedy Polamalu has tweaked the offense to incorporate more power formations.
Defensive Coordinator Tom Bradley is focusing more on the 4-3 formation to improve on their run defense. On special teams, the Bruins needed to replace their long snapper, punter and kicker, though appears to have made upgrades at each position as they signed the #2 recruit at each spot.
The Bruins will see a familiar face on Septmeber 3 as former UCLA OC Noel Mazzone now holds them same position with the Aggies. Hopefully the UCLA defense can pick at Mazzone’s offense (all five plays) as they have the last four years in practice. Go Bruins!