#NoMoraDan: Out of the Gate Mora Set to Ignore UCLA Responsibilities Dorrellian Style

This highlighted blurb from Jon Gold is disturbing:

Mora last coached at the college level in 1984 as a graduate assistant at Washington, where he played defensive back from 1980-83. After a lengthy career as an NFL assistant coach, Mora took over for Atlanta in 2004, guiding the Falcons to an 11-5 record an appearance in the NFC championship game. Mora went 15-17 for the Falcons the following two seasons and was fired and spent one season with the Seahawks in 2009, going 5-11. He has served as an NFL analyst since then and is expected to join the team once he finishes his broadcasting duties.

So Junior it set to ignore his UCLA responsibilities right from the start. Remember KD? UCLA wasn't important enough to leave his Denver Broncos responsibilities right away. As a result Bruins' recruiting suffered out of the gate.

Over at tOSU, Urban Meyer has already left ESPN and busting his chops to get his assistants together. Junior is already thinking about not checking in until his comfy gig with NFLNetwork is over. What a joke.


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