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QB Brett Hundley had a solid game against Nevada in the opener.
Jim Mora's UCLA Bruins have a tough road to navigate in order to repeat as Pac-12 South Division Champions.
At home, notable opponents include Washington and Arizona State. Both the Sun Devils and Huskies seem to be similar to UCLA in terms of talent levels. Playing each at home is a considerable advantage. Also, it could ultimately be a UCLA-Arizona State battle for the Pac-12 South Division.
The road schedule is considerably daunting.
UCLA will face Stanford and Oregon on the road in back-to-back weeks. Facing two top-five teams is difficult enough. Facing those two teams on the road, in consecutive weeks, is downright cruel.
The Bruins will play Utah in Salt Lake City and will also travel down to Tucson to take on Arizona. Tucson has been a house of horrors for the Bruins. UCLA has not beaten the Wildcats in Tucson since 2003.
The Bruins end the year against the Trojans in the Coliseum. Based on what's currently transpired with both programs, UCLA should win. However, everything gets thrown out in regard to a rivalry game. Truly anything can happen.
UCLA's full schedule can be found here.