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Former UCLA Head Coach Terry Donahue Joins AM830 To Talk About Anthony Barr

Former UCLA Head Coach Terry Donahue joined AM830 today to talk about the Lott IMPACT Trophy, UCLA’s WK3 Lott IMPACT Player of The Week Anthony Barr and the state of college football today.

Donahue’s legacy at UCLA  began as a student-athlete in the 1960s as a defensive lineman on who won the 1966 Rose Bowl against top ranked Michigan. After graduation, Donahue returned to the program under Pepper Rodgers and served as an assistant under Dick Vermeil on the 1976 Rose Bowl championship team. Shortly after, Donahue began a 20-year stint in which he made UCLA into a consistent college football power. He became the first coach to win a bowl game in seven consecutive seasons and had an 8-4-1 overall career record in bowl games that included three Rose Bowls (1983, 1984 and 1986). He won three Pac-10 Conference titles and owns the most conference wins of any coach in Pac-10 (now Pac-12) history (98) and the most wins in UCLA history (151).

Listen to the interview below:

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