LOS ANGELES (AP) -UCLA will wait until later in the week to determine whether the wildfires in the Los Angeles hills will postpone the Bruins' football season opener.
UCLA is scheduled to host San Diego State on Saturday afternoon at the Rose Bowl, which is less than 10 miles south of the fires currently raging in the Angeles National Forest.
The resulting smoke has caused unhealthy air quality throughout the Los Angeles area. Although conditions could dramatically change during the week, UCLA coach Rick Neuheisel realizes playing the game could be difficult in the smoky air.
UCLA currently plans to play the game, but is in contact with Pasadena officials.

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