UCLA will host Cal on Saturday, Nov. 25, one final time as partners in the Pac-12. Beginning next season, UCLA will move to the Big Ten and Cal will join the ACC. It’s currently unclear when this game, which has been played 92 times since 1933, will be featured again.

This year’s meeting will take place at 7:30 p.m. PT on ESPN.

The Bruins have won three straight in the series and eight of the last 10. Last year’s game was a tight one in Berkeley, though.

Expect the same in Pasadena this time around, especially if Cal manages a win over Stanford this upcoming Saturday.

The Bears are 4-6 on the season. They haven’t made a bowl game since 2019.

UCLA provides at least some hope the Bears can get it done. Chip Kelly’s group has gone 3-4 in conference play thus far, with losses in each of their last two outings.

Quarterback depth is being tested by injury, resulting in an offense that has scored just 17 points in its last two games. The Bruins face USC at the L.A. Coliseum in Week 12.