Chip Kelly has been quite the prize these last couple of weeks, as he’s been courted for vacant head coaching positions at Tennessee, Florida, and UCLA. Kelly reportedly turned down Tennessee, and was said to be choosing between Florida and UCLA last week. Word came Thursday that Kelly was suddenly “out of the…
With one game remaining in what could become the program’s second straight losing season, UCLA has announced that they have fired head coach Jim Mora, who has been with the program since the 2012 season.
One way to address a slip-up on live TV is to move on as if it didn’t happen, and apologize later if absolutely necessary. Former NFL coach Jim Mora did not follow this procedure after he said jokingly that WDSU anchor Scott Walker was “full of shit” during Monday’s Saints postgame segment.
UCLA head football coach Jim Mora is known to be a bit of a dick, which means he’s not the best guy to put on the air right after you’ve finished talking about how his quarterback, Josh Rosen, struggled this season. Unfortunately, that’s exactly what ESPN did during their coverage of National Signing Day:
Two weeks after a season-ending injury, UCLA junior linebacker Myles Jack has announced his withdrawal from school and his intention to enter next spring’s NFL draft. And because of an insurance policy he took out on his health after his breakout freshman year, it’s a win-win proposition for him.
Jeff Ulbrich is in his first season as UCLA defensive coordinator under Jim Mora, but if he has many more outbursts like this it might be his last.
When UCLA football coach Jim Mora kicked the media out of Wednesday's practice, he explained his actions by saying he had "some issues" with the school's sports information office after a couple of camera crews set up in what was supposed to be a restricted area.
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Jim Mora Jr. was on ESPN Radio yesterday and he talked with Doug Gottlieb about Michael Vick and Donovan McNabb. Mora found Gottlieb's line of questioning as asinine as we find Doug Gottlieb. It was all very delightful.