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UCLA vs. USC: Postgame Interviews with UCLA Coaches and Players

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No amount of coachspeak can sooth the wounds of Bruin fans this evening.

Josh Rosen held himself accountable for his performance in today's game.
Josh Rosen held himself accountable for his performance in today's game.
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Normally, in this space, I'll take the time to watch and re-watch and transcribe some of what at least the coaches have to say after a game.

Frankly, tonight, unless Jim Mora fired some of his assistants (he didn't) or Noel Mazzone announced he was leaving the program (he didn't either), I'm not all that interested in what they have to say.

I don't want to listen to the coachspeak trying to explain what happened because most of these interviews today are going to sound just like this one.

But, despite that, I realize that some of you might actually want to watch them. So, I'm posting them. I'm just not going to comment on any of them. I've already written my peace on the state of the UCLA football program.

If you want to know my take on things, then please read my article which declares that the "Bruin Revolution" is officially over.

Otherwise, feel free to discuss these in the comments below. Thank you to Ed Lewis of the Bruin Sports Report for sharing the videos. They wouldn't be available without him and I strongly encourage you to consider subscribing.

First up is Coach Jim Mora.

Next is Noel Mazzone, who for some reason seems to have a smirk on his face for most of the interview.

In contrast to Mazzone, there is Tom Bradley.

Josh Rosen actually accepts responsibility for his play.

Then, there's Jordan Payton.

Thomas Duarte also spoke to the media.

Jake Brendel did as well.

And, last but not least, Kenny Clark who was asked about the talent level in the two programs as though the last three years never happened.

Thanks again to Ed Lewis of the Bruin Sports Report for sharing these postgame videos.

Go Bruins.