Ranking the UCLA Football Losses Under Jim Mora

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Jan 2, 2015; San Antonio, TX, USA; UCLA Bruins head coach Jim L. Mora looks onto the field during the first half of the 2015 Alamo Bowl against the Kansas State Wildcats at Alamodome. Mandatory Credit: Soobum Im-USA TODAY Sports

UCLA Football head coach Jim Mora has lost 12 games as coach of the Bruins, so we wanted to painfully take a trip down memory lane of some of the more unfortunate contests in the Mora era.

Yeah, sorry, not that I want to bring up old non-sense, but I thought it was important to go back and look at the losses UCLA Football has endured under Jim Mora for one reason… to learn from the past!

Yes indeed! There is a pattern of losses UCLA has followed (hopefully unwillingly) that has halted every bit of momentum they take into a big game, usually midway through the season. Though as it turns out, with the Pac-12 Conference, every game is a big game. That is what makes it so frustrating at times.

So because I am a glutton for punishment, I took it upon myself to (angrily) rank all 12 of UCLA’s losses under Mora

For reference, here are the losses by year…

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*Pac-12 Championship Game

**Holiday Bowl

Mora seems to have the Bruins in a pattern of losing less, but there are those teams UCLA Football just cannot figure out. One in particular and which shows up over and over in this list… Stanford.

That is funny, UCLA’s next game is against Stanford. YAY!

***Spoiler alert! USC is no where on this list!***

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