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Jim Mora fired at UCLA: Timeline of his coaching career

By in Press Enterprise on November 19, 2017

By Brian Martin

A quick look at sixth-year UCLA head coach Jim Mora, who was fired on his 56th birthday Sunday, one day after a 28-23 loss to USC dropped the Bruins to 5-6 on the season.

Born: Nov. 19, 1961, Los Angeles

High School: Interlake High School (Bellevue, Wash.)

College: University of Washington (walk-on defensive back)

Father: Jim E. Mora, a 15-year NFL head coach

Coaching career

1984: University of Washington graduate assistant

1985–88: San Diego Chargers defensive quality control coach

1989–91: San Diego Chargers defensive backs coach

1992–96: New Orleans Saints defensive backs coach

1997–98: San Francisco 49ers defensive backs coach

1999–03: San Francisco 49ers defensive coordinator

2004–06: Atlanta Falcons head coach (26-22 overall, 1-1 playoffs)

2007–08: Seattle Seahawks assistant head coach, defensive backs coach

2009: Seattle Seahawks head coach (5-11 overall)

2012–17: UCLA head coach (46-30 overall, 28-26 in Pac-12, 2-2 in bowl games)

UCLA coaching career

2012: 9-5 overall, 6-3 Pac-12.

Won the South Division. Lost 27-24 to Stanford in the Pac-12 Championship. Lost 49-26 to Baylor in the Holiday Bowl.

2013: 10-3 overall, 6-3 Pac-12

Tied for second in the South Division. Beat Virginia Tech 42-12 in the Sun Bowl.

2014: 10-3 overall, 6-3 Pac-12

Tied for second in the South Division. Beat Kansas State 40-35 in the Alamo Bowl.

2015: 8-5 overall, 5–4 Pac-12

Third in the South Division. Lost to 37-29 to Nebraska in the Foster Farms Bowl.

2016: 4-8 overall, 2-7 Pac-12

Tied for second in the South Division. Did not make a bowl game.

2017: 5–6 overall, 3–5 Pac-12

Currently fourth in the South Division. Can become bowl eligible with a victory over Cal on Friday.

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