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Saturday, October 25, 2014

Articles tagged: Jim Mora Jr.

Source: Jim Mora jab at Jeff Ulbrich sparked sideline fight

A sideline fight between head coach Jim Mora and defensive coordinator Jeff Ulbrich was a microcosm for UCLA’s disappointing performance against Oregon last weekend and the downward trend the Bruins’ season has taken. After starting off 4-0, the Bruins lost consecutive games at the Rose Bowl — first an upset loss to Utah, and then…Read More

Texas interested in Jim Mora

Jim Mora has been a hot name for college football vacancies after successfully turning around the UCLA Bruins football program. He was mentioned as a candidate for the Washington Huskies vacancy — a position he previously described as his dream job — and now he’s been mentioned in connection with the Texas job. ESPN’s Adam…Read More

Jim Mora will remain at UCLA, gets 6-year contract extension

Jim Mora will remain at UCLA rather than take the head coaching position at Washington. The Bruins later announced that Mora had agreed to a six-year contract extension that runs through 2019. CBS Sports’ Bruce Feldman first reported that Mora would be staying at UCLA. Interestingly, when asked by the Sacramento Bee on Tuesday about…Read More

Jim Mora reportedly had meeting with Washington AD

It might be time for UCLA Bruins fans to start panicking. Jim Mora reportedly had a meeting with Washington athletic director Scott Woodward on Monday night, not long after it was announced that former Huskies coach Steve Sarkisian accepted the head coaching job at USC. Football Scoop reported news of Mora’s meeting with Woodward: At…Read More

Would Jim Mora consider leaving UCLA for Washington job?

Now that Jim Mora’s “dream job” at Washington is open, would he consider leaving UCLA to take it if the Huskies came calling? Before Mora was fired as head coach of the Atlanta Falcons in 2006, he said during an interview with Seattle radio station KJR that he wouldn’t hesitate taking the head coaching position…Read More

UCLA disrespects USC in Coliseum after win

UCLA has been dominated by USC in the crosstown rivalry for the last decade, so the Bruins were justifiably fired up after beating the Trojans in the Coliseum 35-14 on Saturday. The win marked UCLA’s first win at the Coliseum since 1997; it was the first time the Bruins have won back-to-back games against USC…Read More

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