UCLA posted its fourth losing record in conference play under Chip Kelly on Saturday night. A 33-7 loss to Cal at the Rose Bowl dropped UCLA to 7-5 on the year and 4-5 in conference play. Kelly has never lost fewer than three conference games in his six years with the Bruins, meaning UCLA has never seriously contended for a Pac-12 championship under Kelly.

And in the immediate wake of another disappointing regular season, UCLA fans had reached their limit.

Reports emerged prior to the USC game that Kelly was likely to be fired. Kelly refuted those reports after blasting USC 38-20, and he claimed after Saturday’s blowout loss to Cal he is not worried about his job security. But UCLA fans were calling for his dismissal Saturday night into Sunday morning.

Michigan State hired California native Jonathan Smith on Saturday. Houston moved on from its coach, Dana Holgorsen, Sunday morning. Holgorsen was 31-28 in five years at Houston. He went 2-1 in bowl games and won 12 games during the 2021 season.

Kelly is 34-34 in six seasons. UCLA has yet to win 10 games at any point under Kelly and it has yet to win a bowl game.

Fans flooded the mentions of athletic director Martin Jarmond on Saturday night calling for change. Several have pointed to the Houston move as a recently-elevated Group of Five program showing more ambition than the Bruins.

Here’s some of the reaction from both fans and media members calling for Kelly’s job: