The UCLA Bruins head into Week 3 of the college football schedule preparing for their first real test of the season against the No. 19-ranked BYU Cougars. BYU has been college football’s team of destiny early on, winning their first two games against Nebraska and Boise State on midfield Hail Mary touchdown throws in the final seconds of each game.
UCLA hasn’t been in a tight contest yet after dispatching Virginia in the season opener by a final score of 34-16, and then cruising to a 37-3 road victory against the UNLV Runnin’ Rebels. Freshman quarterback Josh Rosen has been spot on thus far, throwing for 574 yards with four touchdowns and one interception, while completing 64.9 percent of his passes. Rosen’s accuracy dipped in game two, hitting only 22 of his 42 pass attempts, in addition to having his first turnover of the season.
The Bruins are tied atop the Pac-12 South division with Arizona, Utah and USC—all sporting 2-0 overall records. With a challenging contest this weekend and an equally tough Pac-12 schedule, below is a look at secondary market prices for UCLA football tickets for the rest of the season, with information provided by RazorGator.com.
11/28/2015 | USC Trojans vs. UCLA Bruins | Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum | Average Price: $233.43 | Get-in Price: $111
9/19/2015 | UCLA Bruins vs. BYU Cougars | Rose Bowl | Average Price: $131.85 | Get-in Price: $48
10/3/2015 | UCLA Bruins vs. Arizona State Sun Devils | Rose Bowl | Average Price: $118.95 | Get-in Price: $48
10/22/2015 | UCLA Bruins vs. California Bears | Rose Bowl | Average Price: $112.99 | Get-in Price: $41
UCLA’s most expensive game of the season is on the road, in which a matchup with the USC Trojans may decide who finishes in first-place of the Southern division in the Pac-12. USC has one of the most veteran-filled teams in the country and have a real shot to earn a spot in the College Football Playoff. If both teams are undefeated going into this game, it’ll be the game of the week across college football, without question.
This weekend’s game against BYU is the second most expensive game of the season, having an average ticket price of $131.85 and a get-in price of $48. It doesn’t compare to the USC game that has an average ticket price of $233.43, but it’s the most important non-conference game on UCLA’s schedule and the fans will surely pack the Rose Bowl to give the Bruins a needed push into conference play.
UCLA also hosts Arizona State and California for some of the most expensive secondary market tickets this season. California is in the Northern division and they’re currently the only 2-0 team in that half of the Pac-12.