Can't say we didn't warn you. Mora is Tedford, not Harbaugh.
Also, on the BruinsNation Twitter account, this was our most retweeted/favorited tweet of the day:
It's great that we can help Marcus Mariota reboot his Heisman campaign. That's really nice of us.— Bruins Nation (@BruinNation) October 11, 2014
This post was started in the fourth quarter, after the Ducks put up their 42nd point on us and the Duck nearly passed out from all the push-ups in the heat. Paul Perkins and Brett Hundley are still playing their behinds off, and UCLA actually made the move to bench Malcolm Bunche. Fans started filing out in the third quarter, because they knew how this game would end.
Sure, we scored a touchdown to bring it within 24, then scored 3 TDs in 1:30, but this game has exposed the Jim Mora regime.
I mean, in this game alone:
Why did Malcolm Bunche keep getting snaps? He was eventually pulled for Conor McDermott.
Why does our offensive line overall just not look better?
Why do we keep kicking field goals?
Why this, why that? Pick a part of our team, and there's probably a problem.
This game was circled on the schedule when it came out. This should have been the game we made our statement.
Instead we just proved it's same old UCLA team, all over again. For all the talk about change, nothing has changed.
Mora the same.
No Mora faith.
No Mora fun.
Mora football debacles.
UCLA football fans deserve better, in a season with so much promise.