Richard Brehaut returned to the practice field for the second consecutive day Wednesday.
Day two was a lot better than day one in the junior quarterback's return from a fractured fibula. He admitted he was in pain following Tuesday's practice. Wednesday he was pain free after going with a different tape job and a different insole inserted into the bottom of his left cleat.
"I feel a lot better than I did yesterday," said Brehaut. "I didn't really feel limited in my movements really at all."
Still not participating in team activities, Brehaut did some throwing after practice orchestrated by head coach and quartebacks coach Rick Neuheisel.
"I felt great," said Brehaut. "I didn't feel like my accuracy was bad at all. I didn't feel rusty. The ball felt good coming off my hand."
When Brehaut went down with a cracked fibula in UCLA's win over Washington State, Nehuheisel said his quarterback was a quick healer. Brehaut proved his coach right.
It was a question if Brehaut would r...