TUCSON (KVOA) -- The Arizona Wildcats (0-2) hit the road for the second consecutive week and face the UCLA Bruins (1-2) this Saturday, Nov. 28 at the Rose Bowl. The game is slated to kick off at 6:00 p.m. MST with a television broadcast on FOX.
UA has not won in Pasadena since the Rob Gronkowski days of 2010. That 29-21 victory ten years ago propelled the Wildcats to a 7-1 start to that season.
Arizona has lost a program record nine straight games dating back to last season.
The Cats garnered a home victory over UCLA in 2019. It stands as Grant Gunnell’s lone win as a collegiate starter.
The Bruins (1-2) nearly defeated the No. 11 ranked Oregon Ducks last weekend, narrowly falling by a final score of 38-35 to drop to 1-2 on the year.
UCLA stands at the head of the Pac-12 Conference in sacks with 10.
The Bruins lead in the all-time series, 17-25-2 and are 15-4-2 against the Wildcats in Pasadena. UA has won two of the last three in the series.
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