WHEN: Saturday, Sept. 6, 10 p.m. ET
WHERE: Rose Bowl Stadium; Pasadena, California
TV: Pac-12 Networks
No. 7 UCLA seeks to shake off the cobwebs from its lackluster Week 1 performance when it opens its 2014 home slate on Saturday against Memphis.
The Bruins survived a 28-20 scare on the road at Virginia on Saturday, scoring just one offensive touchdown in the win.
UCLA got what it wanted against the Cavaliers, which head coach Jim Mora explained, per Chris Foster of the Los Angeles Times (subscription required).
“The goal in a first game which is the goal of any game, but certainly the first one, is to win," Mora said. "We met that objective."
The Bruins can meet their objective to win once more in Week 2 to head into a highly anticipated Week 3 showdown with Texas. But don’t expect UCLA to overlook visiting Memphis—particularly after the close call to open the season.