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The Impression That I get.
A Bruins Nation blogger gives his opinion of UCLA head football coach Jim Mora Jr. after hearing him at a UCLA on the Road event, saying "I strongly believe that after years of futility, UCLA finally has a football coach who has a vision and plan."
The difficult we do immediately...
UCLA Bruins head coach Jim Mora is currently living the dream in Los Angeles. Here he is surrounded by more UCLA Pi Beta Phi sorority girls than one could shake a stick at.
LOS ANGELES -- A year ago, Jim Mora was beginning his education in college football.
This year, it's Mora doing the educating.
Today marks Moras first-ever draft on the other side of the table. The longtime NFL coach has been using his past experiences to advise his UCLA players entering the draft.
So far, Moras enjoying being on the other side
I am so excited for those...
UCLA Coach Jim Mora is one of 10 finalists for the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year Award.
The award recognizes college football coaches who demonstrate sportsmanship, integrity, responsibility and excellence on and off the field, according to Liberty Mutual. The winner receives 50,000 to donate to the charity of his choice and a 20,000 contribution to his schools alumni association...
On Saturday, Jim Mora faced a tough opponent in Stanford, and an even more aggressive one in L.A. Times reporter T.J. Simers.
Simers simply wouldn’t leave Mora alone during the UCLA coach’s post-game press conference after losing to Stanford. Simers went out of his way to badger, poke, prod and incite Mora while the rest of the room was doing their job in trying to get answers...
Jim Mora was being coy. He admitted such as he walked out of the Rose Bowl last Saturday night.
He was just a couple of hours removed from winning the first crosstown rivalry game he'd been a part of as UCLA's head coach.
He spent the week prior downplaying his team's matchup with USC and what it meant to be playing the crosstown rivals with the Pac-12 South Division...
UCLA's head coach was infuriated that someone would create a fake account for one of his players, and even went as far as saying the person responsible should go to jail.
Cordell Broadus isn't just being sought after because of his famous father. Kid's got game and the Seminoles and other major football programs have taken notice.
Since taking over at UCLA last December, new head coach Jim L. Mora has been known for one thing: His near-maniacal intensity. That intensity led to him throwing his own team out of practice in summer camp. It led to him kicking the media out of practice last week. And it has also led at least in part to UCLA’s 4-1 start. Mora’s intensity has been credited for a newfound...
UCLA football coach Jim Mora threw the media out of practice Wednesday morning over television camera crews wandering into restricted areas.
The incident was believed to have occurred just as practice was starting. The Los Angeles Times, per a new policy, does not attend practices at UCLA and USC. People present said that camera crews were setting up on the field, which apparently...