Wrapping up UCLA’s 2016 schedule preview, here is a breakdown of the Bruins’ final opponent, California.
UCLA at California
Sat. Nov. 26 | California Memorial Stadium
2015 in review
Cal played in its first bowl game under head coach Sonny Dykes last year, beating Air Force in the Armed Forces Bowl. The Bears, two years removed from a one-win season, finished at 8-5 overall (4-5 Pac-12). UCLA beat Cal 40-24 on Oct. 22 in a banner day for quarterback Josh Rosen. The freshman was 34-for-47 passing for 399 yards and three touchdowns. His 34 completions set a single-game school record. On defense, the Bruins sacked Cal quarterback Jared Goff five times. Continue reading