What Jim Mora said after UCLA’s dominant win over Oregon

Saturday’s 31-14 win over Oregon was arguably the best UCLA and coach Jim Mora have looked since a Week 2 win over Hawaii. The running game was a constant threat, even acrobatic at times. The rushing defense limited an Oregon team that moves the ball almost exclusively on the ground. The passing game continued to thrive despite quarterback Josh Rosen losing one target after the next due to injuries.

It was a much-needed win for UCLA, who had lost three of its previous four games, the last of which, a 47-30 drubbing at Arizona, had put Mora’s seat firmly aflame. The seat’s certainly still toasty, but picking up a first career victory over Oregon — and UCLA’s first since 2007 — isn’t a bad place to start.

Here’s what Mora had to say about the win, courtesy of Scout:

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