Mora passed on a chance to go to Washington.
UCLA coach Jim Mora has agreed to a contract extension, which will keep the second-year coach with the Bruins until 2019.
The extension came largely as a response to Mora’s name being mentioned with the opening at Washington. The Huskies are looking for a coach after Steve Sarkisian left for USC.
According to the Los Angeles Times, Mora will receive a two-year extension, increased pay for his assistant coaches and improved facilities.
Improving the facilities is a crucial element for UCLA moving forward, as the Bruins have been criticized in the past for lagging behind the rest of the Pac-12 in this area.
Mora is 18-8 in two years, including a Pac-12 South title last season.
Mora received an extension, assured of better pay for assistants and improved infrastructure for program #UCLA— chris foster (@cfosterlatimes) December 3, 2013