Doug from Hey Jenny Slater is looking for a new gig. And here is one of his dream jobs: Rick Neuheisel's sweater-vest coordinator My fandom of Rick Neuheisel is also well established at this point. After maybe Jim Tressel, Neuheisel is also one of the sharpest-dressed coaches in Division I-A, with a wide variety of wondrous sweater vests at his disposal for any given game. As something of a sweater-vest aficionado myself, I feel I would be highly qualified to select the most appropriate vest for each situation, helping to ensure that Neu's reputation as one of the slickest ladykillers in college football remains intact. Glad to know we are not the only ones who have taken note of the sweater vest. GO BRUINS.
Another great photo from the memorable Wed night/signing day courtesy of E. Corpuz. GO BRUINS.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of Frank Cornish, former Bruin All America. From the official site: "The UCLA family was saddended to learn that All-America football center Frank Cornish passed away in sleep at his home on Friday evening. Cornish lived in Southlake, TX (near Dallas) with his wife Robin and their five children (three daughters and two sons). Cornish, who would have been 41 on Sept. 24, played for the Bruins for four years (1986-89) and started all 35 games of his sophomore, junior and senior seasons. He earned first-team All-America honors in 1989 and was a second-team selection in 1988. "The Bruin family sends our deepest, heartfelt sympathy to the Cornish family," said head coach Rick Neuheisel, who was a Bruin assistant for most of Cornish's career. "I was a coach when he was a player and he was just a gifted guy. Frank was a great guy in the locker room and a huge personality and a fun guy to be around." " [Full official release here.]