The SEC has been the standard in college football for years now. The league has been considered the toughest in the sport, and won seven straight national championships before last season. And even last year they had a representative in the title game, with Auburn facing Florida State. But the Pac-12 is closing in. Stanford and Oregon have turned to real powerhouses in the game, and there is plenty of depth in both the North and South division. Nowhere is that more apparent than looking at UCLA.
The team had fallen off a bit in recent history, but head coach Jim Mora Jr. has turned things around. Last season the UCLA football schedule offered plenty of tough opponents and the Bruins still emerged with a 10-3 record, with all three losses coming against Pac-12 opponents. UCLA football tickets are averaging $183.73 for the season, which is the fifth most expensive in the nation.
It certainly helps that quarterback Brett Hundley is returning to the team this year. Last year Hundley showed an impressive skillset running the Bruins up-tempo offense. He was projected to be one of the top quarterbacks in the draft last year, and if he came out he might’ve been picked before Blake Bortles if his workouts went well. He will likely be a Heisman Trophy candidate this year and, if he leaves, could realistically be an early first round selection in next year’s NFL Draft.
All the most expensive games on the UCLA football schedule are against Pac-12 opponents. The only UCLA football tickets averaging over $200 are games against Stanford, Oregon and USC. The game against Oregon currently has an average of $235.76, against Stanford it’s $219.01, and the most expensive game on the schedule is against USC with an average of $297.69. Last season two of the three losses on the UCLA football schedule came against Stanford and Oregon.
But not every game on the UCLA football schedule is expensive. UCLA football tickets for their game against Memphis are currently averaging $87.17 with a $20 get-in price. Those are easily the cheapest UCLA football tickets, and one of the cheapest tickets available for any big time football program.
The UCLA football schedule also has some intriguing games out of conference. They play at Texas on the third week of the season. The Longhorns are in their first season with head coach Charlie Strong, the previous head coach at Louisville. The UCLA football schedule also has a game against ACC member Virginia, which is their opening game of the season.
UCLA has turned its program around, and is one of the more intriguing teams in a conference that is on the rise. Residing in Los Angeles, the team was already a hot ticket but the hot play has made them one of the most expensive on the secondary market.
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12-1-14: The Bruins squandered their chance to win the Pac-12 South Division, needing only a home victory against Stanford but instead got blown out 31-10. Brett Hundley finished with only 146 yards on 17-of-32 passing. Hundley was also held to minus-18 rushing yards. He got sacked four times and never gaining more than three yards on any run. The Bruins will await their opponent for a bowl game.
11-24-14: The Bruins are one victory away from winning the Pac-12 South Division while also beating its rival USC, 38-20, for a third straight season. Brett Hundley threw for 326 yards and three touchdowns on 22 of 31 passing. Paul Perkins ran for 93 yards and a touchdown. UCLA can win the South with a win this Friday against Stanford. A loss gives the division title to the winner of the Arizona/ Arizona State game.
11-10-14: UCLA moved to 5-0 on the road this season, as they beat Washington 44-30. Quarterback Brett Hundley led the attack on offense. Hundley threw for 302 yards and two touchdowns. He also added a pair of rushing touchdowns. The Bruins gained 476 yards total, getting 98 rushing yards from Paul Perkins. The Bruins will enjoy this week off as they have a bye.
11-3-14: The Bruins used a stout defense to hold down Arizona's fast pace attack, to beat the Wildcats 17-7. Quarterback Brett Hundley carried the Bruins with 320 yards of total offense to end UCLA’s two-game home losing streak. Hundley threw for 189 yards on 19 of 26 passing. Paul Perkins ran for 78 yards. The Bruins held Arizona to just 255 yards of total offense. UCLA plays Washington this week.
10-27-14: The Bruins beat lowly Colorado 40-37 in double overtime Saturday. Quarterback Brett Hundley finished with 110 yards rushing and threw for 200 yards and one TD pass. He now has 67 in his career and moving him one away from tying Cade McNown for most in UCLA history. Jim Mora Jr’s team will host Arizona this week.
10-20-14: The Bruins avoided a third straight loss thanks to an interception by Marcus Rios with 51 seconds left to beat Cal 36-34. The Bruins got 424 yards of total offense and three touchdowns from QB Brett Hundley. Hundley also committed two of his team's three turnovers. It was UCLA's first win in Berkeley since 1998. They travel to Boulder this weekend to face a poor Colorado team.
10-15-14: The Bruins are quickly falling from college football’s elite. They fell behind 21-3 and saw Oregon dominate them all day long en route to a 42-30 loss. QB Brett Hundley lost a fumble deep deep in UCLA territory in the first quarter, setting up Oregon’s first TD. Hundley threw for 216 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 89 yards and a score. UCLA ran for 328 yards total, with Paul Perkins rushing for 187 yards on 21 carries. UCLA plays Cal this weekend.
10-6-14: The Bruins dropped a late-night home game to Utah 30-28. They trailed 24-14 and then led 28-27 before allowing a 29-yard field goal with 34 seconds left. UCLA had two chances to win it on the final play, but kicker Ka'imi Fairbairn missed on a pair of long field goal attempts. QB Brett Hundley threw for 269 yards and two touchdowns, but was sacked a whopping ten times. They have a huge conference matchup this week when they host Oregon.
10-1-14: Well, any worries about Brett Hundley's health, or UCLA's team as a whole, were answered in grand fashion this past Thursday night, as the Bruins dismantled Arizona State 62-27. Hundley returned from an injury to accumulate 427 yards of total offense and five total touchdowns. He completed 18 of 23 passes for 355 yards and four TDs. In total, the Bruins gained 580 yards and scored the most points by any opponent ever at Sun Devil Stadium. They will host Utah this weekend.
9-22-14: The Bruins had a bye this past week, and the status of starting quarterback Brett Hundley is still up in the air. If you recall, Hundley got hurt in UCLA's drama-filled win over Texas the other week. Jerry Neuheisel came in to rally the Bruins to victory. They have a huge test this Thursday as they travel to Tempe to take on AP No. 15 Arizona State. This game could go a long way in determining the Pac-12's South Division champion.
9-15-14: Backup quarterback Jerry Neuheisel threw for two touchdowns as the UCLA beat Texas 20-17 this past Saturday night. The third-year sophomore, who is the son of former UCLA coach Rick Neuheisel, came in for Heisman hopeful Brett Hundley who left early in the first quarter. Neuheisel completed 23 of 30 passes for 178 yards Hundley injured his elbow. Paul Perkins had 126 yards on 24 carries for the Bruins. He also caught five passes for 69 yards. Ka'imi Fairbairn had field goals of 47 and 25 yards. The Bruins have a huge Pac-12 matchup this weekend as they travel to Tempe to take on an excellent Arizona State team.
9-9-14: A week after having to rely on its defense to rescue their offense against Virginia, UCLA needed every piece of offense and production to hold off a surprising Memphis team. The Bruins squeaked by the Tigers 42-35. UCLA trailed by a point twice in the first half, and after building a two-touchdown lead through three quarters. Memphis tied the game at 35 with two touchdowns in a 37-second span early in the fourth quarter. UCLA would score the game-winner with 10:52 left when Thomas Duarte caught a 33-yard pass from Brett Hundley. Hundley threw for 396 yards and three touchdowns. UCLA plays Texas this coming Saturday in Arlington, TX.
9-4-14: It’s safe to say the Bruins had a scare last Saturday when they traveled across the county to take on the Virginia Cavaliers. UCLA's incredible defensive effort stands out in their tight 28-20 win, but their defensive effort can’t overshadow how bad the Bruins offense looked. The Bruins' first three TDs, all in the second quarter, came on interception returns by Ishmael Adams and Eric Kendricks. They also added 5-yard fumble recovery by Randall Goforth. The Bruins were outgained by the Cavs 386-358 for the game. Heisman hopeful Brett Hundley must be better under center if he wants to be considered for the trophy and if UCLA wants to make the playoff. The Bruins host the Memphis Tigers this Saturday.