Everything you need to know about the UCLA vs. Stanford online live stream and TV broadcast, as well as game notes and prediction.
A top 20 showdown between the No. 18 UCLA Bruins and No. 15 Stanford Cardinal will highlight Thursday night action.
Both teams are coming off a bye week and enter the matchup 4-1. The Bruins dropped their last game, 38-23 to Arizona State. The Cardinal haven’t lost since Week 1’s defeat to Northwestern.
With Utah carrying a perfect conference mark, and a one-game lead over UCLA in the South Division, the Bruins will need a win to stay within striking distance.
Stanford, on the other hand, controls its own destiny as the only team in the North Division with an unblemished Pac-12 record at 3-0.
Below is everything you need to know about the game, including the UCLA vs. Stanford online live stream options, TV broadcast information, game notes and prediction.
UCLA vs. Stanford Online Live Stream, Game Broadcast Information
- Venue: Stanford Stadium
- Date: Thursday, October 15
- Kickoff Time: 10:30 p.m. ET
- National TV: ESPN
- UCLA vs. Stanford Online Live Stream: Watch ESPN
David Shaw has engineered a remarkable turnaround since the opener, transforming the Cardinal back into title contenders. Meanwhile, the Bruins aren’t quite the same without Jack, DT Eddie Vanderdoes and CB Fabian Moreau. How can they be? Stanford will endure its toughest fight in a month, especially from Clark and Perkins, but it’ll ride its physicality up front and the backfield tandem of Hogan and McCaffrey to another statement victory.
For the final score prediction check out our UCLA vs. Stanford game preview.
- UCLA leads the series with Stanford by a 45-38-3 count. The Cardinal have won the last seven meetings in the series (four straight at Stanford).
- Stanford’s seven straight wins over UCLA are tied for the program’s best active win streak against any opponent (seven straight wins vs. Washington State), and marks the longest winning streak for either team in the series.
- UCLA has posted an 11-6 overall record against ranked opponents under Coach Mora.