Jim Mora was unimpressed.
After Tuesday’s practice, UCLA’s first since its epic comeback against Texas A&M last Sunday, the head coach gathered his team in its postpractice huddle and scolded the players for a lackluster practice. On a short week, the Bruins had no time to dwell on its season opening win.
UCLA (1-0) continues its season against Hawai’i (2-0) at the Rose Bowl at 2 p.m. The TV broadcast is on Pac-12 Networks with a shortened game format that includes a prompt 2:01 p.m. kickoff. The radio broadcast is on AM 1150.
In the event that the Colorado vs. Texas State game on Pac-12 Networks runs into UCLA’s kickoff, UCLA will begin its game on Pac-12 Los Angeles and move to the national network at the completion of the Colorado game.
All your pregame reading:
- The Bruins are still committed to improving the running game
- Scouting report with my prediction
- Pregame graph: How big plays helped UCLA climb back into last week’s game
- From earlier this week
- How the Bruins tried to put last week behind them
- Don’t expect Tom Bradley to return to his desperation defense too often
- Does UCLA suddenly have playmakers around Josh Rosen?
- Five questions on Hawai’i with the Honolulu Star Advertiser’s Stephen Tsai
- Rosen wants to keep the momentum going from his historic night (plus information on today’s shortened game format)
- Answers to your UCLA football questions from the weekly Q&A
- From Hawai’i: