The UCLA Bruins clearly think Jim Mora is doing something right, as the school has agreed to extend its head football coach's contract by two years, university athletic director Dan Guerrero announced Tuesday.
Mora is now under contract through 2021.
Mora, 54, has a 37-16 record in four seasons at UCLA, which hired him after stints as an NFL head coach with the Seahawks and Falcons. The Bruins won the Pac-12 South in his 2012 debut season and won 10 games in each of the next two years.
Despite going 8-5 last season, UCLA had a Pac-12-high eight players, including Myles Jack and Kenny Clark, selected in the 2016 NFL Draft.