UCLA Bruins head football coach Jim Mora is more than just a regular Joe with a regular job, and far from the average white suburbanite slob. Now that we’re done referencing that epic song, let’s cut to the chase.
Mora got a bit, er, vocal with freshman quarterback Josh Rosen in practice earlier today and when asked about it by Jack Wang of the L.A. Daily News, he was blunt about it.
Well, at least Mora admits it.
If anything, he just said that he’s an a-hole and proud of it. Now that it’s out on the table, perhaps it’s time for the Bruins to keep doing what they have under him, that is going out on the field and having fun at other teams’ collective expense.
In three years under Mora, UCLA is 29-11 (18-9 Pac-12) and owns a bowl record of 2-1.
But while we’re on the subject, maybe Mora should change his ways in practice? Then again, NAH!
UCLA opens the season at home against Virginia on September 5.
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