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UCLA vs Arizona: How to watch & an open thread

The Bruins can get back to .500 with a win

UCLA v Oregon Photo by Steve Dykes/Getty Images

The UCLA Bruins are set to host the Arizona Wildcats, today, at 5:00 pm PT. The game will mark the lone game for any California school in the Pac-12 on Saturday, and potentially sheds some national light on the Bruins program as they fight to get back to .500 for the season.

The Wildcats come in after losing their first two games of their season and after cancelling their originally-scheduled game against Utah in Week 1 due to a Covid-19 outbreak on the Utes program.

Arizona has looked good and bad at times this season, seeing their lead against USC evaporate in the final moments of the game before being handled by the Washington Huskies a week prior.

They’re looking for their first win on natural grass outside of the state of Arizona or Colorado in what feels like a complete decade.

Here’s how to watch:

GAME 4: Arizona at UCLA
Venue: Spieker Field at the Rose Bowl
Kickoff Time: 5 p.m., PT
Television: FOX (Aaron Goldsmith and Brady Quinn)
Radio (UCLA Sports Network from IMG College): AM 570 - Josh Lewin (play-by-play), Matt Stevens (analyst),Wayne Cook (reporter)Sirius Ch. 206 / XM Ch. 197 / Internet 959

We invite you to watch with us as we check in on what’s happening, what’s going well and what is not going well. Chime in below with your thoughts.