Bruins Road Trip To Utah — UCLA will travel to Salt Lake City to meet Utah in a Pac-12 contest set for 7 p.m. PT/ 8p.m. MT kickoff on
Saturday, Oct. 30. The game will be televised by ESPN. The UCLA Learfi eld Radio Network will broadcast the contest, which will also be aired over
SiriusXM and the Varsity App.

UCLA owns an 11-7 overall advantage in the series with the Utes. Utah has captured the last four decisions in the series. The Bruins hold a 5-4 edge in
game played in Salt Lake City. UCLA’s last series win came in 2015 by a score of 17-9 in a game played in Rice-Eccles Stadium.

Fourth-year head coach Chip Kelly was named UCLA’s head football coach on Nov. 25, 2017. Kelly owns a collegiate record of 61-31 compiled in
three-plus seasons at UCLA (0-2 vs. UU) and in four seasons as the head coach at the University of Oregon (2009-12, 1-0 vs. Utah). During that
span in Eugene, his Duck teams captured fi rst place or a share of fi rst in the North Division of the conference (three outright conference championships
2009-11) and four BCS bowl games. Kelly guided Oregon to appearances in a National Championship Game (2010), two Rose Bowls (after
2011 and 2009 seasons) and the Fiesta Bowl following the 2012 season. Kelly was named the 2009 and 2010 Pac-10 Coach of the Year, 2010
Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year, 2010 Walter Camp Coach of the Year, 2010 Sporting News Coach of the Year, 2010 AFCA Coach of the Year
Award and 2010 Associated Press Coach of the Year. In six of his seven seasons as a collegiate head coach, Kelly has produced a top-15 rated
NCAA rushing leader in yards-per-game average -- 2020: Demetric Felton, Jr., 14th; 2018: Joshua Kelley, 9th; 2012: Kenjon Barner, 4th; 2011:
LaMichael James, 1st; 2010: LaMichael James, 1st; 2009: LaMichael James, 9th.

UCLA vs. Utah— In its last series win, UCLA secured a 17-9 victory over then #18 Utah in a game played in Salt Lake City. The Bruin defense
held Utah wthout a touchdown in the contest and UCLA scored TDs on its fi rst drive of the game (Thomas Duarte 28 yd pass from Josh Rosen-now
with Falcons) and late in the third quarter (Paul Perkins 2 yd run) to post the win. Jordan Payton caught 7 balls on the day, including a school record
194th career reception, for 105 yards. Jayon Brown (now with Titans) led UCLA’s defense, which forced two turnovers on the day, with 10 stops.

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