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The Cathedrals
DICK FRIEDMAN
August 22, 2012
The stadiums of the Pac-12—the most worshipped spots on campus—blend tradition and scenery, sound and feasts to keep fans making their sweet pilgrimages, time and again
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August 22, 2012

The Cathedrals

The stadiums of the Pac-12—the most worshipped spots on campus—blend tradition and scenery, sound and feasts to keep fans making their sweet pilgrimages, time and again

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UCLA BRUINS THE ROSE BOWL

CAPACITY 92,542

FIRST GAME Sept. 11, 1982 UCLA 41, Long Beach State 10

FIRST-GAME ATTENDANCE 45,396

MOST RECENT RENOVATION Ongoing

SIGNATURE FEATURE San Gabriel Mountains

PATRON SAINT Coach Terry Donahue (151-74-8)

INDELIBLE MOMENT In 1982, the first year the Bruins called the Rose Bowl home, UCLA went 5-0-1 in Pasadena and won the Pac-10, earning a postseason home field advantage. On Jan. 1, 1983, in their eighth Rose Bowl appearance, the Bruins whipped Michigan 24--14.

COLLEGE KNOWLEDGE UCLA's nickname has been variously bearish. The team was first called Cubs and then Grizzlies before the school settled on Bruins in 1928.

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