Jim Mora ranked among top Pac-12 coaches

The Sporting News released its ranking of all 125 college football coaches today, and UCLA’s Jim Mora came in at No. 28 — one spot ahead of Arizona’s Rich Rodriguez. In the Pac-12, only Stanford’s David Shaw (seventh) and Oregon State’s Mike Riley (14th) are higher.

I agree with this list more than the one Athlon Sports released earlier this month, which docked Mora heavily for inexperience. That ranking placed him at 54th in the country and — inexplicably — eighth among Pac-12 coaches behind Mike MacIntyre and Steve Sarkisian.

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  • I’d take Sark over Lessa any day

    • bruinbiochem06

      But unfortunately for you Joe Blow, you’re stuck with Kiffin.

      • And you’re stuck with a second rate football program.

        • maze949

          Shouldn’t you be “chocking” [sic] on something, illiterate moron?

          • We rate our success by winning NCs, not beating the school across town. So since 2004, we have failed. Since 1954, YOU have failed. If you’re happy with that kind of second rate program, good for you.

          • Marc

            Suck it, don’t blow it!

          • Typical response when you KNOW I’m RIGHT. Second Class!

          • Marc

            …and like it!

          • At least you’re honest

        • Hank

          Which won the South Division and beat you.

  • Mark

    I think Rodriguez is over rated, considering the pummeling Ucla handed Arizona last year

  • Marc

    I agree with you Jack. Pretty fair ranking.

    Can’t wait for Saturday!