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UCLA football: Bruins have a difficult road schedule in 2013

January 10, 2013|By Chris Foster
  • UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley, left, is sacked by Baylor defensive end Terrance Lloyd on Dec. 27.
UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley, left, is sacked by Baylor defensive end… (Lenny Ignelzi / Associated…)

The Pac-12 didn’t do UCLA any favors with the 2013 schedule.

The Bruins have back-to-back road games against the conference’s top two teams, Stanford and Oregon. They also have difficult road games at Nebraska (Sept. 14) and USC (Nov. 30).

The Bruins go to Palo Alto on Oct. 19 to play Stanford, which won the Pac-12 and the Rose Bowl this season. The Cardinal finished seventh in the Associated Press poll.

The following week, UCLA travels to Eugene to play Oregon, which won the Fiesta Bowl and finished second nationally. The Ducks' only loss was to Stanford.

The Bruins also have two weekday games. They play at Utah on Thursday, Oct. 3, and host Washington on Friday, Nov. 15.

The full schedule (kickoff times to be determined):

Aug. 31 Nevada
Sept. 14 at Nebraska
Sept. 21 New Mexico State
Oct. 3 (Thursday) at Utah
Oct. 12 California
Oct. 19 at Stanford
Oct. 26 at Oregon
Nov. 2 Colorado
Nov. 9 at Arizona
Nov. 15 (Friday) Washington
Nov. 23 Arizona State
Nov. 30 at USC

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