Found November 07, 2011 on
Richard Brehaut may be returning to practice this week, but that doesn't mean he will be ready to play this weekend, coach Rick Neuheisel said Monday, when he also erased any doubt about Kevin Prince starting for the Bruins game Saturday.
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Head football coach Rick Neuheisel met with the media on Tuesday evening to discuss the Bruins' practice.
Nearly a month after breaking his leg in a game against Washington State, UCLA quarterback Richard Brehaut could return to practice this week, albeit in a limited capacity, coach Rick Neuheisel said today. But Brehaut won’t be anywhere close to starting and Neuheisel said that Kevin Prince will start this Saturday against Utah because of the uncertainty…
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When Neuheisel took the reigns of the Bruins’ program, there was a tidal wave of hope for the return of UCLA football. Unfortunately for the folks in Westwood, Neuheisel’s tenure has been as successful as the millions of tweens that swear they’re going to marry Justin Bieber.
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Kevin Prince's throw to Nelson Rosario in the third quarter is the longest scoring pass for the Bruins since their 2007 opener.Kevin Prince's throw to Nelson Rosario in the third quarter is the longest scoring pass for the Bruins since their 2007 opener.
For at least the two seasons, Rick Neuheisel‘s backside has been resting very uncomfortably on the coaching hot seat. Eight games into the 2011 season, his UCLA Bruins have been doing their damnedest to get him off that seat and onto a more comfortable one — the driver’s. And, unbelievably, that’s exactly what they’ve done.…