Perspectives on expectations around Rick Neuheisel's football program.
Notes on UCLA football's 2010 pre-season expectations and clearing up a misunderstanding on Bruins' integration of "revolver formation" into their offensive package.
News and notes from 2010 UCLA football off-season including a check in with former Bruin Brian Price.
Despite Going Through Transition (Because Of Graduation And One Early NFL Departure) UCLA Football Is On Pace For Steady Progress
Three Moments Crystallizing Disconcerting Questions Around UCLA Football Program For Rest Of The 2009 Season
"There's a paranoia in coaching, a sense that everybody is ahead of you and you've got to go do this to catch up, whatever this is," Neuheisel said. "I've got a sense of calm that we're on the right track. The secret is the people, keep motivating the people that we're going in the right direction."
Neuheisel says he's been asked, "How many wins?"
"I don't know; we just want to be in postseason," he said. "I'd love to win 11 or 12 games. But our goal is to keep the momentum. The people who watch our program need to see a vast improvement this year, and also year to year."
Wall Street Journal: UCLA Is "Dangerous," One Of "College Football Giants" Who Could Wake Up In 2009