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Adjusted UCLA football schedule sets up early matchups with USC, California

UCLA football will begin its season with matchups against California and USC in a new conference-only schedule, according to a report. (Tanmay Shankar/Daily Bruin senior staff)

By Jack Perez

July 29, 2020 2:10 p.m.

The Bruins’ schedule just received a major shake-up.

UCLA football will reportedly face two California rivals to open the 2020 season. Coach Chip Kelly’s squad will travel to Berkeley to face California on Sept. 19 and play at the Rose Bowl against archrival USC on Sept. 26.

The new schedule was first reported by Bruin Report Online and later the Los Angeles Times. UCLA Athletics said it has no comment until the official schedule is released, which could be as early as this week. 

The Los Angeles Times also reported that a road game against Washington would be added to the schedule, although where it will fall is still unknown. Additionally, the rest of the dates for the remaining conference games are currently undecided.

The Pac-12 CEO Group said earlier this month that the Pac-12 was canceling nonconference games for fall sports, including football. With that announcement came the possibility of an updated schedule to allow teams to play more games within the conference than the previous nine-game conference seasons.

The move allows the Bruins to play two of its biggest games early in the year in case the season is later shut down. It also gives the conference flexibility later in the fall to postpone or cancel games that are less impactful to final records and Pac-12 championship game implications.

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Jack Perez | Alumnus
Perez was the Sports editor for the 2020-2021 school year. He was previously an assistant Sports editor for the men's volleyball, women's water polo and track and field beats during the 2019-2020 school year and a staff writer on the gymnastics, beach volleyball, women's water polo and men's water polo beats.
Perez was the Sports editor for the 2020-2021 school year. He was previously an assistant Sports editor for the men's volleyball, women's water polo and track and field beats during the 2019-2020 school year and a staff writer on the gymnastics, beach volleyball, women's water polo and men's water polo beats.
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