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2017 Schedule
5-6, 4th in Pac 12 - South
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Vote: Which job is the best fit for Chip Kelly?

Chip Kelly is the hottest name on the college coaching market, and the recent UCLA head coach vacancy joins Florida, Tennessee and Ole Miss as Power 5 openings. If not Kelly, should teams take a flier on Lane Kiffin?

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2dKyle Bonagura

Fisch: Want to be Mora's full-time replacement

Jedd Fisch was called into a meeting Sunday and informed that Jim Mora, the man who hired him as the offensive coordinator not even a year ago, had been let go. Fisch made it clear he would like to get the full-time job at UCLA.

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Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

UCLA interim coach Jedd Fisch on Jim Mora's dismissal: "Its never good, it's very emotional." As expected, he would like to be considered to be the permanent head coach.

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

UCLA AD Dan Guerrero will not hold a press conference or comment about the coaching search until the process is complete.

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What kind of head coach does UCLA need? (1:38)
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UCLA didn't want to be left behind in coaching carousel (2:13)

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

UCLA interim coach Jedd Fisch declined comment on Jim Mora's dismissal. He will address the media tomorrow and said right now he's "just trying to game plan for Cal."

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

Former UCLA coach Jim Mora was California's highest-paid state employee. Under the terms of his contract, he is owed approximately $12.36 million. UCLA said it will exclusively use department-generated funds to cover the cost. Before bonuses, he was scheduled to make roughly $3.7 million annually through the 2021 season.

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Since the end of Terry Donahue's 20-season tenure as UCLA head coach (1976-95), the four full-time head coaches to follow him with the Bruins (Bob Toledo, Karl Dorrell, Rick Neuheisel & Jim Mora) have averaged about 5 1/2 seasons in charge of the Bruins. Since the 2000 season, UCLA has had more full-time head coaches than 10-win seasons (3, 10-2 under Dorrell in 2005, 10-3 under Mora in 2013 and 10-3 under Mora in 2014).

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Jim Mora was one of four Pac-12 coaches in his sixth year at the school. His 46-30 record is the best of all of them. Todd Graham is 45-31 at Arizona State, Rich Rodriguez is 43-33 at Arizona and Mike Leach is 38-36 at Washington State.

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Jim Mora won 29 games in his first three seasons at UCLA, the most in school history; after going 29-11 through three seasons, he went 17-19 in the last three seasons. Mora started his UCLA career 13-7 against ranked teams, but UCLA has lost six straight vs ranked teams under his watch.

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3dKyle Bonagura

UCLA fires head coach Mora after 6 seasons

UCLA fired football coach Jim Mora after six seasons, the school announced Sunday. Offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch will serve as interim head coach for the remainder of the season.

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USC wins with balanced attack (1:01)
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USC withstands UCLA (2:26)
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Rosen ready for NFL, Darnold has tough decision (2:07)
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USC takes down UCLA in a QB showdown (2:10)
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Darnold: 'Great victory against a great UCLA team' (1:08)
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USC coach Helton says team needs a nap (0:38)

Team Stats

Passing Yards341.06th
Rushing Yards125.0109th
Points For34.132nd
Points Against37.6121st