Ranking the UCLA Football Losses Under Jim Mora

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Sep 25, 2015; Corvallis, OR, USA; Oregon State Beavers cheerleaders perform in the third quarter against the Stanford Cardinal at Reser Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Scott Olmos-USA TODAY Sports

12. Oregon State at UCLA, 27-20 (2012)

After three convincing wins in both Jim Mora’s and Brett Hundley‘s first season, which included an epic battle battle against #16 Nebraska, the Bruins were looking to make a statement entering conference play.

That did not happen on this lovely Saturday when Sean Mannion and Storm Woods made mince meat of the Bruins in a 501 total yard barrage on the young Bruin defense.

The Bruins got smacked around quite a bit in Mora’s first ever conference game.

But fast forward to 2015, as OSU and UCLA have not played each other since 2012, and things are different. The Beavers are struggling under first year coach Gary Anderson while the Bruins have progressed under Mora.

Not to say that this would be a trap game, but when UCLA plays Oregon State this year they should go in with extra incentive knowing the last time they played resulted in a loss.

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