UCLA Football: The State of the Program After 2013 Season

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UCLA Football: The State of the Program After 2013 Season
Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

The 2013 season for Jim Mora and the UCLA Bruins should be labeled as a success. 

Mora's extremely young team managed to go 9-3, culminating in a blowout 35-14 victory over crosstown foe Southern Cal in the Coliseum. On the basis of beating the Trojans alone, the season was a good one. 

The team took major strides in becoming a prominent program on the West Coast. Mora played 18 true freshmen this season, and he relied almost exclusively on underclassmen to make up his two-deep depth chart. 

With a majority of the team returning in 2014, the future appears to be considerably bright. 

Here's a look at the program in its current state, and a glimpse into the future for the UCLA Bruins. 

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