UCLA Vs. Cal Football: Home Team Has Ruled Series Of Late

The UCLA Bruins look to get back on track after their embarrassing 48-12 defeat in Arizona last week, returning home to face the California Golden Bears on Saturday afternoon at the Rose Bowl. Cal has struggled in Pac-12 conference play, losing three of four games and allowing 28.5 points per game in Pac-12 contests. But then again Arizona was 0-4 in conference before laying the wood to UCLA last week.

UCLA has lost each of their last three battles with Cal, but for nearly all of the last decade this has been a battle of home field. The home team has won 10 of their last 11 battles, with Cal's 45-26 win in Pasadena in 2009 the only road win during that span. Here's a look at the recent history between UCLA and Cal:

  • 2010: at Cal 35, UCLA 7
  • 2009: Cal 45, at UCLA 26
  • 2008: at Cal 41, UCLA 20
  • 2007: at UCLA 30, No. 10 Cal 21
  • 2006: No. 10 at Cal 38, UCLA 24
  • 2005: No. 20 at UCLA 47, No. 10 Cal 40
  • 2004: No. 9 at Cal 45, UCLA 28
  • 2003: at UCLA 23, Cal 20 (OT)
  • 2002: at Cal 17, UCLA 12
  • 2001: No. 4 at UCLA 56, Cal 17
  • 2000: at Cal 46, No. 13 UCLA 38 (3 OT)

Saturday's 4 p.m. game will be televised by Prime Ticket. For more on UCLA, head on over to Bruins Nation.

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