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2014: The Year of the Bruin - Jumping to the Elite

With spring football just on the horizon, we take a look at the reasonable expectations for Jim Mora's third season in Westwood, focusing in on the wealth of talent at UCLA and a schedule set-up for a shot at the conference and national titles.

Roundtable (2 of 3): 2013 Season Awards

Part 2 of 3 part of end of season roundtable among BruinsNation front-pagers going over various issues impacting UCLA football program at the end of 2013 season.

Roundtable (1 of 3): Expectations, #17's Decision

Part 1 of 3 part of end of season roundtable among BruinsNation front-pagers going over various issues impacting UCLA football program at the end of 2013 season.

Chianti Preemptively Lowers Expectations for Mora

While Coach Jim Mora and the UCLA football team strive to overcome a more difficult schedule and find more success in Mora's sophomore year of coaching at the collegiate level. Even before a game has been played, Dan Guerrero strives to find excuses

Sunday Notes: The Hype Continues to Build

News and notes from UCLA football program.

Long-Term Expectations for UCLA Football

Following up on yesterday's post on the reasonable expectations for the 2013 football season, we take a look at what to expect of Mora's UCLA football program in the following three seasons, from 2014 through 2016.

Expectations for Mora's 2013 UCLA Football Season

With fall football camp just around the corner, it's time to take a look at how things shaped up last season relative to our expectations, and what the reasonable expectations look like for Jim Mora in his second year at the helm in Westwood.

UCLA Ahead of '$C in 2013 Preseason Coaches Poll

For the first time since 2001 UCLA enter the pre-season coaches poll ranked ahead of Southern Cal.

Pac-12 Media Predicts UCLA to Defend the South

The results of the Preseason Poll by Pac-12 media members at Pac-12 Media Day.

Pac-12 Media Blitz: Mora in NYC and ESPN HQers

Jim Mora and other Pac-12 coaches get ready for the conference’s Media Day in LA by visiting New York City and ESPN Headquarter to hype the upcoming season.

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