“I’m not concerned at all, to be honest,” he told sports radio host Jim Rome. “I haven’t really heard too much. Obviously, there’s so much talk about it right now. But I’m not concerned about it at all. I know Coach Mora. I love him to death. Obviously, he loves UCLA. He loves the players. We love him. We’re not really worried or anything like that about him leaving.”
Of course, it would have been surprising if Hundley or other Bruins had said otherwise, but they at least backed up the tone Mora set with his post-USC press conference. Earlier reports that Mora was in Seattle were unfounded.
The redshirt sophomore also added during the interview that, while he remains noncommittal about declaring for the 2014 NFL draft, the departure of his head coach would affect his decision.
“That would be a pretty big change of things,” Hundley said. said. “That’d be one of the things that would for sure come up in the decision about staying or leaving. It would affect it, but we still have to sit down and think about what’s everything instead of focusing on that.”
You can listen to the full eight-minute interview here. The quoted segments above start at around 5:45.