It’s Stanford week, friends. It’s one of the biggest – if not THE biggest – game of the season for the Bruins considering the Cardinal’s recent reign over the conference and UCLA’s offseason pledge to become a more physical team. If the Bruins are to succeed in this game, then they’ll have to shut down running back Christian McCaffrey.
Head coach Jim Mora said Monday “it’s not even arguable that (McCaffrey is) the top player in college football.”
- Cameron Griffin is happy to be back from his concussion, but still a little rusty
- On the Twitter feud between Mique Juarez and Takkarist McKinley
- From the weekend: Josh Rosen was frustrated with his performance against BYU
- First look at Stanford
- Video interviews
Keep your options open for UCLA’s home game against Arizona on Saturday, Oct. 1. The kickoff time was pushed to a six-day selection by the Pac-12 and its TV partners and is still up in the air. It can be 5:30 p.m. on FOX, 6:30 p.m. on Pac-12 Networks or 7:30 p.m. on ESPN. Oregon-Washington State and USC-Arizona State are the other Pac-12 games in contention for those time slots. FOX picks its game first, followed by ESPN. The Pac-12 Networks get the last game.