Found October 10, 2012 on Fox Sports West:
UCLA football returned to practice Tuesday after its disastrous trip to the Bay Area. Intent to leave the loss behind them, the team focused on shoring up the areas where the game is said to start and end: the lines.After giving up a season-high 43 points to the unranked Golden Bears, UCLA (4-2, 1-2 Pac-12) came back to Westwood with a renewed sense of defensive urgency."I was a little more physical today," Said head coach Jim Mora. "I don't think that was by design. It was good; I think that it shows they're serious and focused after a tough loss.While the defense worked on swarming the football, the offensive line got back to basics. The concern seems to be the veteran defensive line that UCLA will facing Saturday against Utah. The Utes have depth and experience at the position, utilizing as many as 12 players on the line, including Star Lotulelei, who won the 2011 award for the Pac-12's top defensive lineman, the Morris Award.A defensive force, Mora saw...

Mora learning about Bruins after blowout loss

(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By GREG BEACHAM AP Sports Writer Although Jim Mora's first season at UCLA is off to a largely stellar start, the veteran NFL coach knows he still has much to learn about the college game. As it turns out, so do his young Bruins. California exposed many of those knowledge gaps in the Bruins' blowout loss in Berkeley last...
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