2015 Foster Farms Bowl: Chosen Rosen might not be the answer
UCLA came into 2015 ranked 13th in the AP Poll and while they didn’t have Brett Hundley, they did have a five-star sophomore ready to replace him, Josh Rosen. Rosen led the Bruins to an 8-5 record in a year that ended with a 37-29 loss to Nebraska in the Foster Farms Bowl.
Rosen went 26-40 in the bowl game for 319 yards and three touchdowns, but he threw two interceptions and was bested by the Nebraska rushing attack. The Cornhuskers ran for 326 yards on 62 attempts and the UCLA defense gave up 500 total yards.
UCLA finished the year unranked and this was the last bowl game that Mora would coach at UCLA.