Pac-12 Media Days 2012: Jim Mora Holds You Accountable

The Jim Mora drinking game: drink every other time he or one of his players says "accountability." You are now deceased on a roof somewhere.

It's noteworthy that the players cite the uptick in accountability as frequently as he does, however. The story all spring ball long was how much tougher and more consistent the Bruins culture is now, and it appears the message has maintained. Heading to San Bernardino for fall camp: another accountability move, observed Tevin McDonald on stage.

Mora's NFL lineage and background make for a strength, in his eyes, as he cites his staff's 90-plus years worth of NFL experience in lending credibility to their coaching.

A quarterback decision is coming "about two weeks" into fall camp. Mora says a single leader didn't emerge at the position since "the whole pack elevated" during spring.

Mora also said Noel Mazzone's offense "doesn't have a name" and will look different from week to week. All of that would fit with what UCLA's done for years now, but I think he meant that in a positive way.

For more on Bruins football, visit UCLA blog Bruins Nation, plus Pac-12 blog Pacific Takes and SB Nation Los Angeles.

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