The UCLA Bruins would have loved to have finished better than 8-5 overall as they struggled in the Pac-12 South. It is a new year for UCLA and with it comes a difficult schedule that includes a game at Texas A&M right away and the normal game against USC later in the season. Josh Rosen returns for his sophomore season and should improve over last year’s freshman campaign. Rosen showed a lot of potential last year and now will hope that his offensive teammates can play great around him. On defense, Eddie Vanderdoes is a beast that will return from injury and is one of the best in the country at defensive line when he is healthy. This season will depend a ton on health for UCLA.
Here is the 2016 Bruins schedule…..
September 3: at Texas A&M, TBD, TBD
September 10: UNLV, TBD, TBD
September 17: at BYU, TBD, TBD
September 24: STANFORD, TBD, TBD
October 1: ARIZONA, TBD, TBD
October 8: at Arizona State, TBD, TBD
October 15: at Washington State, TBD, TBD
October 22: UTAH, TBD, TBD
November 3: at Colorado, TBD, TBD
November 12: OREGON STATE, TBD, TBD
November 19: USC, TBD, TBD
November 26: at California, TBD, TBD