Wednesday, November 22

UCLA football coach Jim Mora signed a two-year contract extension in June that upgraded incentives for the Bruins' academic performance and included bonuses for on-the-field success. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Mora’s extended contract raises incentives for academic, on-field efforts

Jim Mora recently signed a two-year contract extension, but it didn’t come with a pay raise. The details of the UCLA football coach’s contract were released last week, and any possible salary increase for Mora is tied to bonuses for the Bruins’ performance in the classroom and on the field. Read more...

Photo: UCLA football coach Jim Mora signed a two-year contract extension in June that upgraded incentives for the Bruins' academic performance and included bonuses for on-the-field success. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA football coach Jim Mora signed a two-year contract extension in June that upgraded incentives for the Bruins' academic performance and included bonuses for on-the-field success. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Former UCLA point guard and radio analyst Darrick Martin signed a deal to become the head coach of the NBA Developmental League's Reno Bighorns. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

Radio analyst to step down, coach in NBA’s Developmental League

UCLA found a new play-by-play announcer for football and men’s basketball three weeks ago, and now another broadcast position is up for grabs. UCLA men’s basketball radio analyst Darrick Martin agreed to a deal Wednesday to become the head coach of the NBA Developmental League’s Reno Bighorns. Read more...

Photo: Former UCLA point guard and radio analyst Darrick Martin signed a deal to become the head coach of the NBA Developmental League's Reno Bighorns. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)

Former UCLA point guard and radio analyst Darrick Martin signed a deal to become the head coach of the NBA Developmental League's Reno Bighorns. (Courtesy of UCLA Athletics)


The Philadelphia Phillies drafted rising senior RHP Grant Dyer in the eighth round of the 2016 MLB draft. Dyer was the first of five Bruins who were selected. (Keila Mayberry/Daily Bruin staff)

Five Bruins selected in 2016 MLB draft

Five current UCLA baseball players were selected in the 2016 MLB Draft from June 9-11, with just one taken in the draft’s opening 11 rounds. The total was three fewer than 2015. Read more...

Photo: The Philadelphia Phillies drafted rising senior RHP Grant Dyer in the eighth round of the 2016 MLB draft. Dyer was the first of five Bruins who were selected. (Keila Mayberry/Daily Bruin staff)

The Philadelphia Phillies drafted rising senior RHP Grant Dyer in the eighth round of the 2016 MLB draft. Dyer was the first of five Bruins who were selected. (Keila Mayberry/Daily Bruin staff)


Josh Rosen, UCLA's standout quarterback, gained internet fame with his dorm room hot tub that went viral in fall 2015. (Victoria Chang/Daily Bruin)

The Daily Bruin Sports Yearlies

The nets are cut, the buzzer has sounded and the accolades are ready. Bruins from all sports set records, won awards and made headlines throughout the country. Read more...

Photo: Josh Rosen, UCLA's standout quarterback, gained internet fame with his dorm room hot tub that went viral in fall 2015. (Victoria Chang/Daily Bruin)

Josh Rosen, UCLA's standout quarterback, gained internet fame with his dorm room hot tub that went viral in fall 2015. (Victoria Chang/Daily Bruin)

Junior Mackie McDonald became the first player in UCLA history to win both the tennis singles and doubles championships in the same year after upsetting Ohio State’s No. 1-ranked Mikael Torpegaard. (Courtesy of NCAA)

McDonald first Bruin to claim singles, doubles titles in the same year

Junior Mackenzie McDonald lifted his fist in the air, tilting his head back after two resounding victories. McDonald claimed both the singles and doubles championship titles at the 2016 Division I Men’s Tennis Championship Monday afternoon in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Read more...

Photo: Junior Mackie McDonald became the first player in UCLA history to win both the tennis singles and doubles championships in the same year after upsetting Ohio State’s No. 1-ranked Mikael Torpegaard. (Courtesy of NCAA)

Junior Mackie McDonald became the first player in UCLA history to win both the tennis singles and doubles championships in the same year after upsetting Ohio State’s No. 1-ranked Mikael Torpegaard. (Courtesy of NCAA)


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