"This home-and-home series is one we believe fans of both universities, and fans of college football at the national level, will enjoy immensely," said Guerrero in a release. "We're excited to face a quality opponent such as Michigan."
The first game will take place in Ann Arbor on Sept. 10, 2022, with UCLA hosting the return trip at the Rose Bowl on Sept. 2, 2023.
Michigan and UCLA have played 11 times in their history with Michigan holding an 8-3 advantage over the Bruins. The last time the schools met was in the Rose Bowl in 2000, which UCLA won 23-20. The last meeting at Michigan Stadium was a 38-9 win by the Wolverines in 1996.