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Virginia Cavaliers vs. UCLA Bruins: Start time, TV coverage, how to watch online, odds, and more

Here's how to watch all the action at home.

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We've made it to game day, Wahoo fans! Without a quarterback controversy to focus on this year, it's been a long road through the offseason, but we've all made it to the opening kickoff to watch the Hoos take on the Bruins.

Some good story lines for the first game of the season. We'll be keeping an eye on UCLA's freshman quarterback Josh Rosen in his first start of what will certainly be a fruitful collegiate career. We'll also be curious to see how Virginia's own quarterback, Matt Johns, fares now that there's no one over his shoulder watching his every move.

The Bruins return a tremendous base of 18 starters. Both teams will be looking strong on the defensive side of the ball, which is what will make this game a lot of fun to watch.

We're all here in Los Angeles Pasadena at the Rose Bowl (they made the Rose Bowl this year y'all!) and are ready to watch Virginia try to make a statement in the first game of the season.

What's that? You didn't make it out to UCLA? That's just as well, because here's how you can watch along at home:

Virginia Cavaliers at No. 12 UCLA Bruins

Saturday, September 5, 2015 | 3:30 p.m. ET
Rose Bowl, Pasadena, CA

Television: Fox

OnlineVirginia Cavaliers Live (audio only)

RadioVirginia Sports Radio Network

TV Commentators: Joe Davis, Brady Quinn, Kris Budden

Odds: UCLA favored by 19 points, with the over/under at 53.