The first year of the Jim Mora era saw vast improvement for UCLA football, as the Bruins won nine games, defeated crosstown rival USC and earned a berth in the Pac-12 Championship Game.
Mora brought an element of toughness and dedication to UCLA that had been lacking in recent years, and he seems to have the program on a trajectory of sustained success.
But an ugly loss to Baylor in the Holiday Bowl exposed many of UCLA's weaknesses, and those issues will need to be addressed going forward. The honeymoon period is officially over, and the Bruin faithful want more.
The 2013-14 season will have drastically higher expectations for Mora and Co., especially considering the return of All-American LB Anthony Barr and emerging star QB Brett Hundley.
If the Bruins hope to build on a 9-5 finish in 2012, there are a number of tweaks that will need to be made in spring ball and fall camp.
Here's a look at the four biggest adjustments that Mora and the Bruins must make this offseason.