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LOS ANGELES -- UCLA's 2013 football season ended much the way it began: With an excitement and buzz about the program that had rarely been seen in Westwood since the 90's.
Head coach Jim Mora led the Bruins to their first 10-win season since 2005 and he'll now be around to try for more than 10 wins. So will quarterback Brett Hundley.
Here's a look back at the highs and lows of the 2013 season and what to expect moving forward.
Winning for Pacman
It's impossible to look at this season and not remember the heart-wrenching tragedy that occurred in Week Two when walk-on receiver Nick Pasquale was struck by a car and killed while walking home in his San Clemente neighborhood.
The following day when Jim Mora addressed the media, his emotion boiled over when a local television cameraman was on his phone during the press conference.
"Hey, shut up!" Mora exclaimed, before lecturing him on the subject of disrespect. Mora got up and angrily left the J.D. Morgan Ce...
BEST OF MAXIM
UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley has decided to return to the Bruins for his junior season.
Hundley officially announced his decision Monday. He was a likely first-round pick in the upcoming NFL draft.
Hundley has started for the last two seasons under coach Jim Mora, winning 19 games and establishing himself as one of the nation's top young quarterbacks with his arm and his...
UCLA will face conference powers Oregon and Stanford on the road in the 2014 season.
And the Bruins also will play a huge non-conference game against Texas and new coach Charlie Strong on Sept. 13 at Cowboys Stadium.
UCLA's schedule, released on Wednesday by the Pac-12, features six games at the Rose Bowl, with four of those opponents having played in bowl games during the 2013...
UCLA head coach Jim Mora says that he felt as if the decision was a toss up after the Sun Bowl, and talks about what Brett Hundley's return means for next year...