The UCLA Bruins play Division I college football in the Pacific-12 (Pac-12) Conference. The Bruins play their home games at the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, CA and are coached by Rick Neuheisel. The Bruins' main rivals are the University of Southern California (USC) Trojans.
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The UCLA football program began in 1919. The Bruins won their lone national title in 1954. UCLA has also won 17 conference titles; the most recent came in 1998 when they finished 8-0 in the Pac-10.They have also won 15 bowl games; the Bruins last bowl was the EagleBank Bowl in 2009. They topped Temple, 30-21.The Bruins saw most of its success under head coach Red Sanders during the 1950s. Under Sanders' watch, the Bruins won the school's only national title, three conference titles and won 66 games in nine years. Head coach Terry Donahue also had a good run with UCLA during the 1980s and 1990s. During his tenure, the Bruins won 151 games and an NCAA record eight-consecutive bowl games.
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The Bruins have played their home games since 1982. The stadium is located at 1001 Rose Bowl Drive in Pasadena, CA and has a capacity of just over 91,000. There had been discussions of building a stadium for the Bruins on campus, but the proposal has been turned down by politicians and other influential residents. Instead, the Bruins must travel 26 miles from their campus to Pasadena to play their home games.
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