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No football, no problem, UCLA announces 2020 radio show schedule

The Bruins will still bless the airways, even with no football in 2020

The UCLA Bruins will not be in action on Saturdays this fall. It’s a sad, harsh reality we’re all still navigating. While there can be no new heartache, that pales in comparison to no new triumphs this fall.

So, fortunately for us, the Bruins radio voices have graced us with scheduled content for this fall season, regardless of new UCLA action at hand.

In partnership with Learfield IMG College, UCLA has announced their fall radio programming. That includes the return of the Bruin Insider Show, Saturday morning football replays and a new podcast with the Voice of the Bruins, Josh Lewin.

The Bruin Insider Show debuted on September 8 and will air on Tuesdays from 5-6 pm PT on ucla.leanplayer.com as well as on a delay at 7-8 pm PT on am1150.

Bryan Fenley, Nick Koop and Wayne Cook will host the Bruins Insider Show and had new soccer assistant coach Benny Feilhaber and women’s soccer defender Karina Rodriguez on their first episode.

Lewin is dropping his new podcast on September 21 an will look back at a different UCLA football season during each episode with the help of a guest from that team. The first episode takes a look back at the 1982 season with former quarterback Tom Ramsey and future guests include Troy Aikman, DeShaun Foster, David Norrie and Charles Arbuckle.

September 12 marked the debut of the UCLA Football Rewind at 10 am PT, which revisits the best games in recent history.

Here’s the schedule of the UCLA Football Rewind:

Sept. 12 - “The Comeback” (9/3/17 vs. Texas A&M)
Sept. 19 - “Rosen Goes Off” (11/11/17 vs. Arizona State)
Sept. 26 – “Bowl Eligible” (11/24/17 vs. Cal)
Oct. 3 – “Chip’s First Bruins Win” (10/13/18 at Cal)
Oct. 10 – “Speight to the Rescue” (10/20/18 vs. Arizona)
Oct. 17 – “The Joshua Kelley Game” (11/17/18 vs. USC)
Oct. 24 – “Score-A-Palouse-A” (9/21/19 at Washington State)
Oct. 31 – “Chopping Down the Tree” (10/17/19 at Stanford)
Nov. 7 – “Four Scores for Kelley” (10/26/19 vs. Arizona State)
Nov. 14 – “Clobbering Colorado” (11/2/19 vs. Colorado)
Nov. 21 – “1986 Rose Bowl” (1/1/86 vs. Iowa)
Nov. 28 – “1994 Rose Bowl” (1/1/94 vs. Wisconsin)