Jim Mora

Head Coach

Jim Mora became the 17th UCLA head football coach in the schools history. He spent 25 years coaching in the NFL. Mora was a head coach for the Atlanta Falcons where he was one game away from playing in the Super Bowl, and a head coach for the Seattle Seahawks.

Mora, a former NFC Coach of the Year, came to UCLA after spending part of 2010 and most of 2011 as an analyst and contributor for the NFL Network and the NFL on FOX.

The second year head coach played his college football at the University of Washington. He played for one of the most successful Huskies head coaches of all time, the legendary Don James. Mora played defensive back in his four year career and was a member of two Rose Bowl teams. 

Another passion Mora has along with coaching football is for his foundation. He and his wife Shannon founded the Jim Mora Count on Me Foundation in 2005. The foundation strives to support children in need by affording them the opportunity to realize their potential and dreams.  

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