The Bruins' season opener at Virginia will kick off at Noon ET (9am PT) and will be televised on ESPN. UCLA's home opener on Sept. 6 against Memphis will be televised by Pac-12 Networks with a 7pm kickoff. The Bruins will be on FOX on Sept. 13 for its 7pm CT/5pm PT game against Texas in Arlington. Fox Sports 1 will televise the UCLA at Arizona State game on Sept. 25 at 7pm PT. The regular season finale against Stanford at the Rose Bowl on Nov. 28 will kick off at 12:30pm and will be aired on ABC.
The remaining UCLA television game selections and start times, beginning with week five (Oct. 4 vs. Utah) and running through week 11 (Nov. 22 vs. USC) will be made by the networks 12- or six-days in advance.
Pac-12 Conference television partners ESPN, FOX, and Pac-12 Networks will provide complete coverage of the entire Pac-12 home football schedule during the 2014 season. Pac-12 Networks will air 35 Pac-12 home games, while ESPN and FOX will combine to televise 45 games from Pac-12 sites, including the Pac-12 Championship Game. Every game involving a Pac-12 team is expected to be televised this season.
To view the television schedule for the 2014 Pac-12 football season, visit pac-12.com.
2014 UCLA Football Schedule
Saturday, Aug. 30 - at Virginia - 12pm ET/9am PT (ESPN)
Saturday, Sept. 6 - Memphis - 7pm PT (Pac-12 Networks)
Saturday, Sept. 13 - vs. Texas (at Arlington, Texas) - 7pm CT/5pm PT (FOX)
Thursday, Sept. 25 - at Arizona State - 7pm PT (Fox Sports 1)
Saturday, Oct. 4 - Utah - TBD
Saturday, Oct. 11 - Oregon- TBD
Saturday, Oct. 18 - at California - TBD
Saturday, Oct. 25 - at Colorado - TBD
Saturday, Nov. 1 - Arizona - TBD
Saturday, Nov. 8 - at Washington - TBD
Saturday, Nov. 22 - USC - TBD
Friday, Nov. 28 - Stanford - 12:30pm PT (ABC)
Friday, Dec. 5 - Pac-12 Championship Game (at Santa Clara, Calif.) - TBD (FOX)
For ticket information, call 310 UCLA-WIN (310-825-2946) or visit the UCLA football ticket page.