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Jerry Neuheisel, Kene Orijoke won’t return to UCLA football team

UCLA Bruins redshirt juniors Jerry Neuheisel and Kene Orijoke will not return to the football team in 2016, per a report from Chris Foster of The LA Times. Neuheisel, a quarterback and the son of former Bruins quarterback and head coach Rick Neuheisel, has spent practically all of his collegiate career as a backup and is expected to remain with the program as a graduate assistant...
Via Campus Sports Net
6 days ago  |  Discuss

QB Jerry Neuheisel won't play for UCLA after this season

Jerry Neuheisel won't return to UCLA as a player next season. Ronald Martinez Getty ImagesUCLA quarterback Jerry Neuheisel, a redshirt junior, will not return to play for the Bruins next season, according to head coach Jim Mora. Neuheisel, the son of former UCLA quarterback and head coach Rick Neuheisel, is expected to remain in the program as a graduate assistant.“I don’t expect...
Via Fox Sports
6 days ago  |  Discuss

UCLA makes the right call in starting Josh Rosen

UCLA opens the 2015 season with high hopes after being ranked number thirteen in the country this week in the opening AP Poll. The Bruins return many key pieces, but will have to replace Brett Hundley at the quarterback position. The decision came down to Jerry Neuheisel, who has experience and familiarity with the offense, and Josh Rosen, a highly touted true freshman with an abundance...
Via EndZoneScore
August 28, 2015  |  Discuss

UCLA freshman Josh Rosen praises Jerry Neuheisel

It's clear that Jerry Neuheisel will one day make a great football coach.In fact, he's already got a head start this season, what with helping true freshman Josh Rosen learn the intricacies of the Bruins' offense. That Neuheisel was so helpful might have been a double-edge sword, since it was Neuheisel's veteran leadership that helped Rosen land the starting quarterback role."He...
Via Fox Sports
August 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Don't expect a two-QB rotation at UCLA

UCLA opens the season on Sept. 5 against Virginia, but who will the Bruins go with?The veteran Jerry Neuheisel or the new kid Josh Rosen?Either way, don't expect both quarterbacks to share valuable time.“I’m not a two-quarterback guy,” said offensive coordinator Noel Mazzone on Tuesday via The Orange County Register. “I never have been. Whoever is our guy, when he’s out...
Via Fox Sports
August 26, 2015  |  Discuss

Chaos ensues as Top Twenty is given a bloody nose

The agony of the feet: UCLA kicker Ka’imi Fairbairn and holder Jerry Neuheisel collapse in frustration after Fairbairn’s 50-yard field goal attempt sails wide on the last play of the Bruin’s 30-28 loss to Utah (Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY Sports photo). Anything can happen. Anything always does. This is where sanity leaves you. Yesterday college football fans got a collective...
Via The Duck Stops Here
October 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: Watch Rick Neuheisel Go Nuts After His Son Jerry Throws Game-Winning TD Pass For UCLA

Assuming you aren’t a Texas Longhorns fan, you should greatly appreciate what you’re about to see in the below clip. Saturday night, UCLA’s starting quarterback Brett Hundley, who many believe is one of the best in the country, injured his left elbow in the first quarter of their game against UT. The Bruins’ backup, Jerry Neuheisel, came in and did a serviceable job, completing...
Via College Spun
September 14, 2014  |  Discuss

CFB AM: Watch Rick Neuheisel watch son have night of his UCLA life

Week 3 wasn’t supposed to this exciting. That was the general consensus entering a Saturday in which only 17 of the Top 25 teams were in action (two others played during the week and six were off). Instead, Week 3 was full of superb performances and exciting finishes. The best overall moment, though, didn’t happen on a field. Former UCLA coach Rick Neuheisel works as an analyst...
Via Fox Sports
September 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Neuheisel saves day for UCLA after Hundley injured

ARLINGTON, Texas - It was the worst-case scenario for the 12th-ranked UCLA Bruins and their national title hopes Saturday night at AT&T Stadium. Their Heisman Trophy hopeful quarterback Brett Hundley was out of the game in the first quarter with a left elbow injury and the Bruins were struggling against the Texas Longhorns. But the loss of Hundley just opened the door for a familiar...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
September 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Jerry Neuheisel throws game winning TD for UCLA

UCLA’s back-up QB Jerry Neuheisel came in for an injured Brett Hundley and led the Bruins to a victory…and if that name sounds familiar it’s because it is. Neuheisel’s dad, Rick, was the head coach for the Bruins before he was fired in 2011.
Via The Student Section
September 13, 2014  |  Discuss

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