UCLA did too.

By: Waldorf

January, 2015.  The win put them at #10 in the AP, their highest finish since...hell, probably Cade.  Maybe even before that.  

With a top-10 finish to end the year, Josh Rosen coming in the next year, Myles Jack coming back, and a lot of talent on the roster, the sky seemed like the limit for UCLA and Jim Mora.  

Man, what a crash and burn that turned out to be.  Mora hired some really shitty coordinators, the whole Klemm debacle, and then the divorce.  I really think Jim just didn't give a shit anymore.  Too bad.  

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