UCLA quarterbacks coach Dana Bible retires after three seasons – Orange County Register

Quarterbacks coach Dana Bible has decided to retire after three seasons at UCLA.

Bible coached quarterbacks such as Russell Wilson (North Carolina State) and Matt Ryan (Boston College) during his 45-year coaching career. Prior to joining Chip Kelly’s staff in Los Angeles, Bible served as a senior advisor for Kelly and the San Francisco 49ers in 2016.

“I’ve known Dana since I was a young coach in New Hampshire and am thankful for the opportunity to have worked alongside him in recent years,” Kelly said in a press release. “I sincerely value the opportunity I’ve had to learn from him throughout my career while getting to know him as a coach, husband and father.”

With the Bruins, Bible has helped with the progression of quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson, who started as a true freshman and has led the team during the past three seasons.

“Coach Bible’s impact on the game of football speaks for itself,” Kelly said. “The long line of successful quarterbacks that have learned under his tutelage is no coincidence and can be credited to his disciplined approach to teaching, which is second to none.

Thompson-Robinson had a 156.29 pass efficiency rating, the best mark by a UCLA starting quarterback since 2005, in five starts during the pandemic-shortened 2020 season.

When Thompson-Robinson missed games because of coronavirus contract tracing protocols, backup Chase Griffin continued to keep the offense afloat.

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