Jim Mora, Jr. Next Up On UCLA, Arizona State Coaching Lists, According To Reports

Just like that, another one's off the UCLA Bruins list: the Los Angeles Times reports Miami Hurricanes coach Al Golden has no interest in heading to Westwood. This should come as no surprise, seeing as Golden just signed a four-year contract extension.

Next up, according to the Times: former Atlanta Falcons and Seattle Seahawks coach Jim Mora, Jr. He had a 31-33 record as a NFL coach, and once joked to a radio show that he'd leave the Falcons midseason to take over his alma mater, the Washington Huskies. This man really likes the Pac-12.

He's expressed interest to ESPN radio in both the UCLA job and the Arizona St. Sun Devils gig, meaning he's utilized the air waves to put himself in contention for a quarter of the Pac-12 at one point or another.

For more on UCLA, visit SB Nation Los Angeles and Pacific Takes. And here's our 2011 Coaching Carousel Tracker.

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