You can’t say that, Jim. The Pac-12 has issued a reprimand to UCLA coach Jim Mora, who was not happy with the officiating in the win Saturday night over Arizona. Mora promised to get answers for what he felt like was sub-standard officiating, referring to the reffing as “criminal” in a postgame interview.
Tuesday night, the conference fired back, citing that the way the officials handled the situation was backed up by the NCAA.
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Via SB Nation, Jim Mora asked UCLA’s assistant football coaches to apply war paint just before the game last night and they…obliged, to say the least. The Bruins tore Arizona a new one, so it worked.
Mora, who was flagged for his conduct during the game, made the comments on his radio show.