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UCLA BRUINS FOOTBALL OVERVIEW

The UCLA Bruins have seen a resurgence into the national spotlight once again under head coach Jim Mora. The Bruins are now back in the conversation for being one of the top teams in the Pac 12. UCLA features a lot of young and talented players that should lead to multiple winning seasons and bowl games over the next few seasons as UCLA hopes to be back in the picture for a National Championship.



The UCLA Bruins football program had their start in 1919 but really struggled to get into the national spotlight of the college football world. UCLA made their first bowl game and had their first bowl game victory in 1938 under head coach William Spaulding. Spaulding coached from 1928-1938 and had an overall record of 72-51 with the Bruins. Edwin Horrell would take over after the retirement of Spaulding and would lead UCLA to one bowl Rose Bowl appearance which would be the highlight of his coaching career with UCLA. Under Horrell, UCLA had a 24-31 record. UCLA struggled and saw one more coach in Bert LaBrucherie who only coached 3 seasons before Henry Sanders was hired in 1949. Under Sanders, the Bruins would have a lot of success as they never had a losing season from 1959-1957. Sanders led UCLA to their first National Championship in 1954. Sanders was had an overall record of 66-19 with 3 Conference Championships, 9 winning seasons, and 3 bowl game appearances. Sanders was awarded Coach of the Year in 1954. Tragically, Sanders passed away from a heart attack before the 1958 season. William Barnes would be the next coach of UCLA but would only coach from 1958-1964, only having 2 winning seasons. Tommy Prothro was hired in 1965 and led the Bruins to successful and winning seasons over his time coaching there. Prothro came from coaching at Oregon State University. He had early success in his first season going 8-2 and winning the Rose Bowl. His remaining 5 seasons would be successful, only having 1 losing season, but the Bruins would not make it into a bowl game. Prothro finished with a 41-18 record before leaving the program to coach in the NFL. The Bruins would see 2 different coaches from 1971-1975 in Pepper Rodgers and Dick Vermeil who both ended up leaving the program for other coaching opportunities. Pepper Rodgers went 19-12 over his three seasons with UCLA and Dick Vermeil went 15-5 over 2 years with UCLA which included a Rose Bowl win. The next head coach of UCLA would end up being their most successful in Terry Donahue. Coach Donahue was an assistant before being promoted to head coach. Donahue helped continue the success that Vermeil left with the program which allowed UCLA to be one of the best teams in the Pac 10. Donahue led UCLA to a 151-74 record with 13 bowl game appearances, 8 bowl game wins, 5 Pac 10 Championships, and 16 winning seasons. Donahue has the most conference wins in Pac 10 history, the most wins of any UCLA Bruins head coach, and was the first coach to win seven consecutive bowl games. Donahue was a 2 time Pac 10 Coach of the Year. Donahue would retire in 1995.

Replacing Donahue would be very difficult but UCLA found their next head coach in Bob Toledo. UCLA had their up and down seasons under Toledo going 49-32 from 1996-2002. UCLA went o 4 bowl games under Toledo winning just one but Toledo led UCLA to two Pac 10 Championships before being fired from the head coaching job. Karl Dorrell was hired to be the next UCLA head coach in 2002 and would coach until 2007. UCLA would have mediocre seasons over those 5 seasons but made a bowl game each season, only winning the Sun Bowl in 2005. Dorrell would be fired in 2007 which would lead to the hiring of Rick Neuheisel who was a former offensive coordinator with the Baltimore Ravens. The Bruins would struggle under Neuheisel going 21-29 from 2008-2011 only having one winning season and one bowl game victory before being fired in 2011. Current head coach Jim Mora was hired in 2012 and has had success with the program bringing it back into the spotlight in the Pac 12. Mora was a former NFL head coach for the Seattle Seahawks and Atlanta Falcons. Under Mora, UCLa has a 37-16 record with 4 bowl game appearances and 2 bowl game wins. UCLA looks to be heading in the right direction under Mora as they improve every season and continue to gain talented young players.

The UCLA Bruins football program has had a lot of talented players come through the university. UCLA has had one Heisman Trophy Winner in its history which was Gary Beban in 1967. Other great UCLA Bruins players include: Troy Aikmen, Jonathan Ogden, Cade McNown, Kenny Easley, Brett Hundley, Myles Jack, Eric Kendricks, Maurice Jones-Drew, Anthony Barr, Jerry Robinson, and numerous others. This talented Pac 12 program is continuing to improve because of the great players on the team and will continue to add quality talent as they try to reach the National Championship.

The UCLA Bruins and head coach Jim Mora look like they’re ready to make the leap forward and be the top team in the Pac 12 Conference. UCLA has a lot of talent on their roster and has continued to improve each season. UCLA will continue to build on their already great roster so they can continue to compete in the tough Pac 12 and eventually be in the conversation for the College Football Playoffs.

UCLA BRUINS FOOTBALL TICKET INFORMATION

The UCLA Bruins play their home games in the historic Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, CA. The Bruins fans continue to pack the Rose Bowl for games so they can cheer on UCLA to a victory. The Rose Bowl is truly a unique college football atmosphere that is difficult to compare anything to. Tickets to UCLA games are often difficult to come by but when looking for cheap UCLA Bruins Football tickets, look at Rukkus for the cheapest prices out there!

UCLA Bruins Football Lineup

  • Ishmael Adams
  • Jaleel Wadood
  • Asiantii Woulard
  • Randall Goforth
  • Jordan Lasley
  • Darren Andrews
  • Cameron Judge
  • Craig Myers
  • Jordon James
  • Eric Kendricks
  • Devin Fuller
  • John Johnson
  • Jalen Ortiz
  • Adarius Pickett
  • Jordan Payton
  • Marcus Rios
  • Jake Hall
  • Fabian Moreau
  • Aaron Sharp
  • Kenneth Walker
  • Jerry Neuheisel
  • Jayon Brown
  • Mike Fafaul
  • Mossi Johnson
  • Ka'imi Fairbairn
  • Devin Lucien
  • Priest Willis
  • Brett Hundley
  • Dwight Williams
  • Thomas Duarte
  • Zach Hernandez
  • Matt Mengel
  • Justin Combs
  • Charles Dawson
  • Stefan Flintoft
  • Tahaan Goodman
  • Craig Lee
  • Roosevelt Davis
  • Tyler Foreman
  • Anthony Jefferson
  • Nate Starks
  • Paul Perkins
  • Denzel Fisher
  • Andrew Huusfeldt
  • Drew Huusfeldt
  • Ahmaad Harris
  • Sean Covington
  • Christian Pabico
  • Alex Staff
  • Taylor Lagace
  • Brad Sochowski
  • Erick Zumwalt
  • Myles Jack
  • Librado Barocio
  • Sam Handler
  • Nate Iese
  • Ron Robinson
  • Dylan Luther
  • Steven Manfro
  • Ryan Davis
  • Ainuu Taua
  • Christian Wehrly
  • Adam Searl
  • Michael Carlson
  • Cameron Griffin
  • Zach Whitley
  • Kenny Young
  • Willie Green
  • Isaako Savaiinaea
  • Peter Hajimihalis
  • Kenny Orjioke
  • Eddie Vanderdoes
  • Tre Hale
  • Kevin McReynolds
  • Alex Redmond
  • Aaron Wallace
  • Scott Quessenberry
  • Ryan Hofmeister
  • Jake Brendel
  • Sean Burd
  • Ben Wysocki
  • Carl Hulick
  • Jake Jules
  • Colby Cyburt
  • Deon Hollins
  • Giovanni Gentosi
  • Christopher Longo
  • Jesus Moreno
  • Sam Tai
  • Jake Tourville
  • John Dewig
  • Conor McDermott
  • Najee Toran
  • Simon Goines
  • Poasi Moala
  • Zach Vinci
  • Jake Jones
  • Cristian Garcia
  • Caleb Benenoch
  • John Lopez
  • Kenny Lacy
  • Alex Rassool
  • Kolton Miller
  • Taylor Prenovost
  • Malcolm Bunche
  • Justin Rittman
  • Tyler Scott
  • Eldridge Massington
  • Alex Van Dyke
  • Spencer Atkins
  • Logan Sweet
  • Daniel Fields
  • Ian Taubler
  • Austin Roberts
  • Zack Bornstein
  • Thomas Schwab
  • Ellis McCarthy
  • Jacob Tuioti-Mariner
  • Owamagbe Odighizuwa
  • Eli Ankou
  • Kenny Clark
  • Takkarist McKinley
  • Matt Dickerson

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Cheap UCLA Bruins Football Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$3.00 Pepperdine Waves at UCLA Bruins Basketball — 11/19/2015
Pauley Pavilion; Los Angeles, CA
$3.00 UC Riverside Highlanders at UCLA Bruins Basketball — 12/10/2014
Pauley Pavilion; Los Angeles, CA
$3.00 Montana State Bobcats at UCLA Bruins Basketball — 11/14/2014
Pauley Pavilion; Los Angeles, CA
$4.00 Cal State Fullerton Titans at UCLA Bruins Basketball — 12/03/2014
Pauley Pavilion; Los Angeles, CA
$4.00 Cal State LA Golden Eagles at UCLA Bruins Basketball — 10/30/2015
Pauley Pavilion; Los Angeles, CA
$4.00 Nicholls State Colonels at UCLA Bruins Basketball — 11/20/2014
Pauley Pavilion; Los Angeles, CA
$5.00 Utah Utes at UCLA Bruins Basketball — 01/29/2015
Pauley Pavilion; Los Angeles, CA
$6.00 Coastal Carolina Chanticleers at UCLA Bruins Basketball — 11/16/2014
Pauley Pavilion; Los Angeles, CA
$6.00 Stanford Cardinal at UCLA Bruins Basketball — 01/08/2015
Pauley Pavilion; Los Angeles, CA
$6.00 Utah Utes at UCLA Bruins Basketball — 02/18/2016
Pauley Pavilion; Los Angeles, CA

Best and Most Expensive UCLA Bruins Football Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$283.00UCLA Bruins at UNLV Rebels Football — 09/12/2015
Sam Boyd Stadium; Las Vegas, NV
$238.00UCLA Bruins at Kentucky Wildcats Basketball — 12/03/2016
Rupp Arena; Lexington, KY
$207.00UCLA Bruins at Gonzaga Bulldogs Basketball — 12/12/2015
McCarthey Athletic Center; Spokane, WA
$158.00UCLA Bruins at Arizona Wildcats Basketball — 02/21/2015
McKale Center; Tucson, AZ
$137.00USC Trojans at UCLA Bruins Football — 11/22/2014
Rose Bowl; Pasadena, CA
$136.00USC Trojans at UCLA Bruins Football — 11/19/2016
Rose Bowl; Pasadena, CA
$135.00UCLA Bruins at USC Trojans Football — 11/28/2015
LA Coliseum; Los Angeles, CA
$107.00UCLA Bruins at Arizona Wildcats Basketball — 02/12/2016
McKale Center; Tucson, AZ
$100.00UCLA Bruins at Stanford Cardinal Womens Basketball — 02/15/2015
Maples Pavilion; Palo Alto, CA
$100.00Oregon State Beavers at UCLA Bruins Basketball — 03/05/2016
Pauley Pavilion; Los Angeles, CA
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