Jim Mora says he hopes to stay at UCLA for rest of career

UCLA football head coach Jim Mora talks to the media after practice. Photo by Brad Graverson // Daily Breeze

UCLA football head coach Jim Mora talks to the media after practice. Photo by Brad Graverson // Daily Breeze

UCLA’s Jim Mora is often involved in NFL coaching rumors during the offseason, but according to the head coach, he is done job searching for the remainder of his career if he can help it.

“My sole focus is UCLA and UCLA football,” Mora said on Thursday’s media conference call introducing new offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch. “I love it here. I hope I can stay here the rest of my career. I hope I can win enough games to be worthy of staying here the rest of my career. I love it here.”

Mora signed a contract extension last summer that will keep him with the Bruins through the 2021 season then had his worst year of his UCLA tenure last year, going 4-8 and missing a bowl game.

Other notes from the conference call/about the Fisch hire: Continue reading

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