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No. 16 UCLA at No. 23 Nebraska
Saturday, 12:00 p.m. ABC
Line: Nebraska -4
While it takes some coaches weeks, months and years to establish themselves on the college football landscape, it took Jim Mora Jr. all of two games. That’s right, “UCLA 36, Nebraska 33” last September wasn’t just some meaningless early season game in 2012; instead it was a statement.
It was a statement that UCLA wasn’t going to be pushed around anymore. It was a statement that the “football monopoly” was over in Los Angeles. And that there was a new player in the Pac-12 South race.
UCLA 36, Nebraska 33 wasn’t just a “win,” but instead a program defining victory for the Bruins.
Now, with these same two teams getting ready for a rematch a year later (this time in Lincoln), it’s Nebraska who is looking for their own signature win. UCLA spent all of 2012 and this off-season establishing itself as one of the up-and-coming programs in college football, ...
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Two undefeated ranked teams will face each other on Saturday. No it is not that game but the match-up between the No. 16 UCLA Bruins and No. 23 Nebraska Cornhuskers could be every bit as entertaining.
UCLA will go into Memorial Stadium in Lincoln, NE in a game featuring two top-25 schools.
ABC will carry coverage of the game between UCLA and Nebraska beginning at 12:00 pm ET.
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As the Bruins continue to wrestle with the emotions of losing a teammate, they also continue to prep for this Saturdays game against No. 23 Nebraska.
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