This seems like an important story. I've been a relatively constant critic of Jim Mora and his coordinators for a while now. (We'll have to see if Ulbrich turned a corner in the Arizona game. For now, I remain a skeptic.) But meanwhile, Everett Cook has a story in the Times today in which Brett Hundley says he was influenced in his decision earlier in the year not to run more because he was trying to prove his competence as a passer in the NFL. So I have to ask this: If the coaching staff at UCLA failed to help Hundley work through this dilemma, IS ANY GREATER PROOF REQUIRED TO SHOW US THAT THE UCLA COACHES ARE INCOMPETENT?