The UCLA Bruins have been a consistent presence in bowl season dating back to their first ever appearance in 1939. The Bruins have played in over 30 bowl games, winning more than 15 and establishing themselves as one of the top college football programs in the country. The Bruins won their lone coaches poll national championship in 1954, but have been a regular in the top 25 rankings. UCLA has not missed consecutive bowl games since the mid-1990s which has only raised the bar with the fans, and failing to secure more than 9 wins is a huge disappointment among UCLA faithful.
UCLA’s impressive bowl history is highlighted with their 8 consecutive bowl victories spanning from 1983-1991. During this stretch, the Bruins won three Rose Bowls, one Fiesta Bowl, one Cotton Bowl and defeated power house college programs like Miami and Florida. Another memorable bowl game for UCLA occurred against Wisconsin in the 1999 Rose Bowl. The Bruins lost a hard fought game in front of over 93,000 fans, but they finished in the top 5 country, as this was their lone loss in an incredible season.
UCLA Bruins fans are among the best traveling teams in college football. Whether it be the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas or the Rose Bowl in their home stadium in Pasadena, California that sits over 90,000 fans, UCLA fans will be in attendance. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for UCLA Bruins Bowl Game tickets.
UCLA Bruins Recent Bowl Game History
In 2015, The UCLA Bruins squared off against the Nebraska Cornhuskers in the Foster Farms Bowl at the Levi Stadium. Both teams were trying to finish their season on a high note after a sub-par season. Average ticket prices at the Foster Farms Bowl was $70, a $9 increase from the 2014 bowl between Maryland and Stanford.