UCLA Football vs. Colorado: Game Day Info – TV, Live Stream, Odds, History and More

Here is all of your game day information for everything regarding the UCLA Football team and their battle against the #15 Colorado Buffaloes, including TV, radio, live stream, odds, history and more.

The UCLA Football team hits the road for a cold Thursday night battle against the #15 Colorado Buffaloes, a team that is surprisingly at the top of the Pac-12 South Division.

This will definitely be a fight for UCLA who is struggling at 3-5 and is in danger of not becoming bowl eligible.

It is a critical game for both teams and we get into all of that and more as we bring you all you need to know about UCLA vs. Colorado:

Location: Folsom Field, Boulder, CO (Cap.:53,613)

Kickoff: 6:00 p.m. PT

Ticket Information: CUBuffs.com


Live StreamFox Sports Go

Radio: AM 570  (Los Angeles)

Internet Radio: Tune-In/IMG Network

Satellite Radio: Sirius 108, XM 198

Betting Line: Colorado -12.5, O/U: 58.5


Go Joe Bruin Headlines:

Records: UCLA 3-5, 1-4 Pac-12 | #15 Colorado 6-2, 4-1 Pac-12

Last Game: #19 Utah d. UCLA, 52-45 | Colorado d. Stanford, 10-5

Head Coaches: UCLA – Jim MoraColorado – Mike MacIntyre

Rosters: UCLAColorado


UCLA and Colorado do not have a long history. They played four times from 1980-84 and then nothing until 2002. They started playing each other regularly when the Buffaloes joined the Pac-12 in 2011. UCLA has won every contest since, which makes it five in a row. Can they make it six or will Colorado start their own streak?

Stats provided by Winsipedia

  • UCLA leads the series 9-2
  • UCLA holds the current win streak at 5 games (2011-15)
  • UCLA’s largest margin of victory – 42 points, 56-14 in 1980
  • Colorado’s largest margin of victory – 14 points, 31-17 in 2002
  • UCLA’s longest win streak, 5 games from 2011-15
  • Colorado’s longest win streak, 2 games from 2002-03
  • In the last meeting, UCLA defeated Colorado, 35-31 (2015)

Previews and Predictions:

Know Your Opponent

3 Keys to Victory

Go Joe Bruin Predicts the Game

Go Bruins!

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