All 31 of UCLA’s regular season games will be televised live for the 2017-18 season. Games times are Pacific unless otherwise noted.
All 31 of UCLA’s regular-season games will be televised live this season, including at least 12 on the ESPN family of networks, four on Fox Sports 1 and three on CBS.
UCLA’s season opener against Georgia Tech in Shanghai on Nov. 10 will be on ESPN at 8 p.m. PT. ESPN will also carry UCLA’s marquee conference matchups at Arizona on Feb. 8 and at Oregon on Jan. 20. Both of UCLA’s rivalry games against USC will be on the ESPN family of networks, with Feb. 3’s game at Pauley Pavilion on either ESPN or ESPN2 and March 3’s game at Galen Center on ESPN.
UCLA has three nonconference games scheduled for a CBS broadcast in December: Dec. 9 at Michigan, Dec. 16 against Cincinnati and Dec. 23 against Kentucky in New Orleans.
Sierra Canyon’s Marvin Bagley III committed to Duke on Monday. (Photo by David Crane, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)
After a delayed announcement on SportsCenter, Marvin Bagley III said he will reclassify to the 2017 class and play at Duke on Monday. The Sierra Canyon star who was the No. 1 recruit in the 2018 class had whittled his choices down to the Blue Devils, UCLA and USC.
More on Bagley’s commitment.
Under Armour rolled out its home jerseys for the UCLA men’s and women’s basketball teams Friday.
Both feature the arched block UCLA logo in powderkeg blue across the chest, a patch honoring John Woden’s Pyramid of Success on the upper chest, and Under Armour’s newly designed “Champions Made Here” logo on the bottom hem. The men’s uniform is updated with a powderkeg blue and gold UCLA stripe trim on the jersey as well as on the waistband and down the leg of the shorts. The women’s uniform has the UCLA stripe on the waistband of the shorts and the script UCLA logo on the side, but no trimming on the jersey.
Here’s the promo video UCLA released, but I captured the only actual shot of the uniforms above:
UCLA head coach Steve Alford. (Mark J. Terrill/The Associated Press)
UCLA added a big name to its future schedules Friday with a home-and-home series against Notre Dame starting in 2018.
The Bruins will host the Fighting Irish on Dec. 8, 2018 in the first meeting between the schools since 2009 and then travel to South Bend, Ind., in December 2019.
Notre Dame has made back-to-back Elite Eight appearances with seven trips to the NCAA Tournament in the past eight years. It won the ACC in 2015.
Clockwise from top left: UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen, point guard Lonzo Ball, football head coach Jim Mora and athletic director Dan Guerrero were all named to the SCNG’s list of 50 Most Powerful in SoCal Sports. (Photos by Keith Birmingham/Pasadena Star-News, Ethan Miller/Getty Images, Brittany Murray/Daily Breeze, and Hans Gutknecht/Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)
With new football and basketball facilities opening on campus this year, athletic director Dan Guerrero moved up one spot in the Southern California New Group’s list of the 50 Most Powerful in SoCal Sports. Guerrero, ranked 23rd this year, leads a group of UCLA figures on the annual list.
Others with UCLA ties:
See the full list here