Nov. 5, 2010
UCLA's first-ever football schedule as a member of the Pac-12 includes conference home games against Washington State, California, Arizona State and new member Colorado. It also includes a Thursday evening contest at Arizona, the regular-season finale at USC and three non-conference games.
The Bruins open the season at Houston on Sept. 3 and then host San Jose State (Sept. 10) and Texas (Sept. 17) at the Rose Bowl.
]UCLA plays its first Pac-12 game against Oregon State in Corvallis on Sept. 24 and visits Stanford the following Saturday (Oct. 1). It hosts Washington State in its first pac-12 home game on Oct. 8.
Following a bye, the Bruins will travel to Tucson for a Thursday night ESPN contest versus Arizona (Oct. 20). They then host California (Oct. 29) and Arizona State (Nov. 5) before making the trip to new Pac-12 member Utah on Nov. 12.
UCLA's final home game of the regular season is set for Nov.19 against the other new Pac-12 member, Colorado. The Bruins conclude the regular season on Nov. 26 at the L.A. Coliseum versus USC.
The inaugural Pac-12 Championship game will be played on Dec. 3 at the home of the division winner with the best Pac-12 record.
UCLA will play the same Pac-12 opponents in 2012, reversing the sites.
Here is UCLA's 2011 schedule (home games in bold):
Sept. 3 at Houston
Sept. 10 SAN JOSE STATE
Sept. 17 TEXAS
Sept. 24 at Oregon State
Oct. 1 at Stanford
Oct. 8 WASHINGTON STATE
Oct. 20 at Arizona (Thurs.)
Oct. 29 CALIFORNIA
Nov. 5 ARIZONA STATE
Nov. 12 at Utah
Nov. 19 COLORADO
Nov. 26 at USC
Dec. 3 Pac-12 Championship