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UCLA's Jim Mora has his own measuring stick for Bruins' football
UCLA's Jim Mora has his own measuring stick for Bruins' football

In Jim Mora's first three seasons as UCLA's football coach, the Bruins have enjoyed more success than they have had in decades. His .718 winning percentage is the second-best three-year start in school history, behind Tommy Prothro, who had a .806 winning percentage from 1965-67. UCLA started this season ranked in the national top 10, and the Bruins defeated rival USC for a third consecutive season. But ultimately, UCLA fell short of some of its major goals, losing to Oregon and Stanford and falling short of qualifying to play in the Pac-12 Conference championship game. The Bruins take a 9-3 record into their Jan. 2 date against Kansas State in the Alamo Bowl in San...

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