After having a week off, the Stanford Cardinal will look to extend its 11-game winning streak, which is the longest in the nation. The Cardinal were challenged briefly in their last matchup with the Arizona Wildcats on September 17, but Andrew Luck and a stellar defensive performance were the difference in the game.
As for the Bruins, they come into the game at 2-2, though they did win their first conference game of the year against Oregon State. They previously lost to Houston and Texas this season.
Here is the television and radio coverage, as well as a few other tidbits to prepare you for the game.
Kickoff: 10:30 EDT / 7:30 PST
Venue: Stanford Stadium/Foster Field (50,000 capacity)
Last Meeting: Stanford 35 - UCLA 0; 2010
Television Coverage: Fox Sports Net will cover the game. Check your local listings.
Radio: KNBR 1050 The Sports Leader (local); Sirius and XM Satellite Radio will air the game as well.
Online Stream: ESPN3 will not stream the game, though there are alternatives to search for.
As for the game itself, the Cardinal should not have too much trouble with the Bruins, especially with the extra week of preparation and home crowd to their benefit. Andrew Luck should have a big day against the UCLA secondary in a double-digit victory.
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