Chasing the Trojans

UCLA coach Rick Neuheisel was asked about the Bruins’ pursuit of USC in the Pac-10, and on the national landscape.

“We’ve proven we can recruit with them. I believe we will continue to recruit with them,” he said. “I believe, based on the resume of my coaching staff and what I know about them, we can coach with them. …
“The question is developing our game to the point where we are as developed as they are. We’re not there yet. You can’t run on to the field with those guys and say you’re there yet.”

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Healthy Bruins

UCLA coach Rick Neuheisel said injuries will not be a big concern heading into training camp, which begins Aug. 10.
He said offensive linemen Mike Harris, Kai Maiava and Darius Savage and tight ends Ryan Moya and Logan Paulsen were all given good medical marks and will be ready for the start of camp.

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What’s “a good season?”

UCLA coach Rick Neuheisel said being bowl eligible would be a good season. What do you think?

What is the minimum number of wins for 2009 to be considered “a good season?”
4-5 wins
6 wins
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8 wins
9 wins
10 or more wins
  
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Bowling the goal

Here is the story I wrote about UCLA from Pac-10 media day as well as a column Jill Painter wrote about the Pac-10 race.
As a side note, Bruins coach Rick Neuheisel was asked if he was going to start Twittering (or is it Tweeting?), and he said he would. However, he was researching the process, and whether it can hurt in any way, before starting it.

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