On one hand, the UCLA Bruins are showing some fight and intensity during fall practice. On the other ... that's not necessarily a good thing. And on Wednesday, UCLA head coach Jim Mora got tired of the scraps, punches and skirmishes, and decided to send his football team to its collective room, ending practice early by screaming and yelling at the players.
Tempers, on the other hand, simmered, boiled then exploded.
Near the end of the evening practice with Coach Jim Mora throwing the Bruins out of practice after a verbal rage. He blistered the team for a few minutes, then barked that bed check was at 10:45 p.m. and practice at 8 a.m. Thursday.
Via LA Times
Mora was none too pleased when talking to reporters and basically shot down every question about the heated moments after practice. But hey, at least the Bruins are battling hard out there. Really showed some fight on the field. Keep it up and they'll be punching their ticket to a nice bowl game.
And at least this time, the team didn't have to jump the fence to escape practice early.