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Pasadena Rose Bowl Address
1001 Rose Bowl Drive
Pasadena, California 91103
Parking at the Rose Bowl:
Free parking is available at the Ralph Parson's lot at 100 W. Walnut St. , and a shuttle runs $2.00 round-trip to take you to the Rose Bowl Stadium. The shuttle runs four hours prior to game time up until one hour after the game ends.
Parking at Parson's costs $9.00. Most parking fees in Old Pasadena range from $5 and $30 per vehicle, and most lots will close an hour and a half after the game ends.
The UCLA Bruins look forward to the Huskies
In a game that UCLA really needed to stay alive in the Pac 12 South, the UCLA Bruins overcame a tough Arizona Wildcats team playing on their homecoming. Behind a breakout performance from freshman Myles Jack, who played on both offense and defense, the Bruins held on late for a 31-26 victory. The win was the Bruins first in Tucson in a decade. On a night where Arizona celebrated the 20th anniversary of their famed "Desert Swarm" defense the Bruins made the key defensive plays at the right time to seal the victory. With the victory UCLA is now 7-2 and will likely reach the Pac 12 title game if they win out.
Where the game was won: Two key red zone stops kept UCLA in the lead and changed the complexion of the game. After the Bruins jumped ahead on a 66-yard Brett Hundley touchdown pass to Shaq Evans Arizona drove the ball down inside the UCLA red zone. The Bruins stuffed the Wildcats on fourth down, preventing the Wildcats from scoring and giving the game a huge momentum change. UCLA would get the ball back and score again, giving the Bruins a 14-3 lead and command of the game. With UCLA up 21-10 in the third quarter star Arizona running back K'Deem Cary fumbled the football going into the end zone. UCLA would recover the ball and the momentum. Arizona's inability to convert in two red zone opportunities was the difference in the game. Brett Hundley put together another solid game at quarterback for the Bruins, keeping Arizona off balance with both his arm and his feet. Hundley passed for 227 yards and two scores, while rushing for an additional 56 and a touchdown. While Hundley was efficiently running the offense the Bruins had a breakout game from Jack, their freshman linebacker. Moved to running back during the week due to a lack of depth Jack had 120 yards on just 6 carries including a 66 yard touchdown run that effectively iced the game for the Bruins.
Up next for the Bruins: UCLA returns to the Rose Bowl for a matchup with a good Washington team. The Huskies started the season strong and were once ranked inside the top 25 before a tough stretch that saw them lose three consecutive games to Stanford, Oregon and Arizona State. The Huskies played the Cardinal tough, losing by three, before getting blown out by Oregon and ASU. The Huskies can put points on the board behind the combination of quarterback Keith Price and running back Bishop Sankey. Price has been efficient in the pocket, with 18 touchdowns and just 4 interceptions on the season. Sankey has gained 1305 yards on the ground this season, with an excellent 5.9 yards per carry and 13 touchdowns. Offensively they'll challenge the Bruins but UCLA should be able to put points on the board versus a suspect Huskies defense. The home field advantage of the Rose Bowl should help the Bruins prevail.
Prediction: UCLA is finding their groove once again. They pull away in the second half for an impressive victory to run their record to 8-2 on the season. 44-28 Bruins.
By: Chris C.