The UCLA that Jedd Fisch knows has Jim Mora at the head coach position, Tom Bradley at defensive coordinator and Fisch at offensive coordinator. One critical piece has been missing for the past three weeks and it hasn’t felt normal since Mora was fired.
Despite the emotional end to their regular season, Fisch is focused on preparing the Bruins for their final game on Dec. 26 in Phoenix.
“We’ll do everything we can to be fully prepared and ready and put our absolute best foot forward for a great (bowl) game, but I don’t think normalcy will come back,” Fisch said Thursday. “It’ll just be a new normal starting next year.”
Fisch doesn’t know if he’ll be part of that “new normal” under Chip Kelly, though.
More on Fisch, the bridge between the Mora and Kelly eras at UCLA.
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Please stop reporting false news. I have not made any significant decisions and do not plan on it any time soon. All you guys are doing is making me answer calls and texts from concerned friends and family members.
— Josh Rosen (@josh3rosen) December 7, 2017
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