Virginia kick off its 2014 season by hosting No. 7 UCLA at Scott Stadium. Last season, the Cavaliers finished with a 2-10 record and a winless effort in conference play, while UCLA capped off a 10-3 year with a 42-12 win over Virginia Tech in the Sun Bowl.
Details for Saturday's game are below:
Kickoff: Noon ET
Live stream: The game can be live streamed here.
TV coverage: ESPN
Virginia Cavaliers facts
Virginia has won its last four season-openers - all at home.
Cavaliers head coach Mike London is 18-31 in his current four-year stint at Virginia. Last season's 2-10 record was the worst mark for Virginia since 1981.
The team returns 16 starters from last season.
Greyson Lambert, a redshirt sophomore, enters his first season as the team's starting quarterback. He will be taking over a team that ranked 111th in the nation in scoring offense with 19.8 points per game.
Virginia enters the season-opener as 21-point underdogs. The Cavaliers are 3-11-2 against the spread in their last 16 home games.
UCLA Bruins facts:
UCLA's No. 7 ranking in the AP and USA Today Coaches Poll gives the Bruins their highest ranking entering a season since 1998. In that year, the Bruins were also ranked No. 7 in the preseason polls. UCLA went undefeated in conference play that season and finished with a 10-2 overall record.
The Bruins' season opener against Virginia marks their fourth road trip to start a season in the past five years. UCLA is just 1-2 in the previous season openers on the road with losses to Kansas State and Houston.
UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley enters 2014 ranked third on the school career touchdown pass list, third on the school total offense list and fourth on the school passing yards list. He is No. 2 on SI.com's preseason Heisman Watch list.
UCLA is 17-13 all-time against teams currently playing in the ACC.
The Bruins, favored by 21 points against Virginia, are 4-0 against the spread in their last four non-conference games.
- Josh Sanchez