Day 2 extras…

Rick Neuheisel, on the offensive line inefficiencies from last season:
“They just were inexperienced and they weren’t physical enough. Given the great work in the offseason to increase our strength numbers and given some competition created by the arrival of newcomers, I think we’re gonna have a chance to be a better front. And we need to be if we’re going to be better on offense.”

Norm Chow, on Christian Ramirez’ chance to be a dual-threat back:
“He’s a good pass catcher, so we have to make sure where we get some matchups where we can magnify his skills. We’ve known all along. He practiced all year long with us and you could just tell he was a good pass catcher. And a coach has the responsibility to try and magnify the skills of the players we have.”

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  • Anonymous

    Jon Gold: Moving around the Bruin boards, everyone likes the job you are doing. If you can pump out the information consistently which you have done so far, you have ALOT of votes to take over for Dohn permanently. Is that an option, and if so, what can people like me do to see it happen?

  • Burbank Bruin

    Jon, your coverage of the BRUINS has been fantastic! I truly hope you cover this blog permanently.

  • Anonymous

    If you want to let Jon’s boss know how well he is doing, and that you’d like to keep him. From Dohn’s goodbye post…

    If you have any comments, concerns or questions, please don’t hesitate to let me know,
    Gene Warnick
    Sports editor
    L.A. Daily News

  • Anonymous

    Sent my recommendation to Gene Warnick, and posted my email on Bruingold for others to follow suit should they agree. UCLABruin76

  • Bill

    Jon Gold must be hired!
    A first time responder.