UCLA’s season opener at Virginia scheduled for 9 a.m. PT

UCLA will start its 2014 season bright and early.

The Bruins’ opener at Virginia will tip off at 9 a.m. PT, and be broadcast on ESPN. They fell into an 18-point hole at Nebraska last season in a similarly early start before rallying back, but also were also still grappling with the death of receiver Nick Pasquale.

The Cavaliars are coming off a 2-10 season and a winless trek through its ACC schedule.

UCLA last opened a season on ESPN in 2008, when it beat No. 18 Tennessee in a 27-24 overtime win at the Rose Bowl.

No other kickoff times have yet been released.

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  • SonOfWestwood

    Our early practices should negate most issues associated with the early start. My bigger issue is whether I should have Bloody Marys or Screwdrivers.

  • NOBSisdaMAN


  • Eddie House

    Big Bad Bruins gna kick some culo!!!

  • Eddie House

    Yeah Sis-da-man Virginia is gna b 0-1 mosdef…the game will be over by halftime.

    • NOBSisdaMAN

      Did little Eddie Haskell get deleted? Hahahahahahaha Putz

    • NOBSisdaMAN

      Not again. Wussy

  • Alfred Luna

    Bruins 51 virginia 13