Just a head’s up

Hey guys,

I’m working on a long…long…feature and I’m recording the podcast today, so I won’t be on here too much until after practice.

Great video interview with Darius Savage up later today, though, and the 10 questions this week should be pretty interesting…and entertaining.

Thanks for checking in,

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WBTC Breakfast

Westwood Bruin Touchdown Club

Breakfast with the Bruins
Friday, Oct 1st–7 am
Coach Bob Palcic
Coach Tim Hundley
Key UCLA Football Players
Dalton Hilliard–#19 Free Safety
Jeff Locke–#18 Punter
Akeem Ayers–#10 Linebacker
Ryan Taylor–#66 Center
Derrick Coleman–#33 Tailback
UCLA Spirit Squad
Olympic Collection
11301 W Olympic Blvd (@ Sawtelle)
$25 includes breakfast buffet, program, and parking
For more information, contact Claudia Hart @ 310-348-UCLA or email @ claudia4UCLA@yahoo.com

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Post-Practice Update

* Kevin Prince sat out today’s practice with a sore knee, and Neuheisel was non-committal about Prince’s role for the Washington State game. He said he didn’t look at it as a lost opportunity, but really, I don’t know how that’s true. Preparing for a Washington State team that the Bruins should handle easily, this was the week to fine-tune the passing game. Prince had an MRI on Sunday night that came out fine, and is listed as day-to-day; the decision to miss practice was made by the trainers before today’s practice.

* Richard Brehaut, obviously, led the offense primarily, and he had a so-so practice. The energy level was high and the running game looked good, but Brehaut missed some throws, and he showed some rust.

* Akeem Ayers practiced but was limited at times as he bruised his shoulder in the win over Texas.

* Rick Neuheisel appeared frustrated with a radio reporter who continually asked him about the Texas win. It seems that the team has moved on from the big win into full preparation for Washington State.

* The “Filthy Five” moniker has officially taken hold, as I heard the phrase several times after practice.

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