UCLA routed by Arizona at Rose Bowl

UCLA routed by Arizona at Rose Bowl

There are 6 comments on the Whittier Daily News story from Sep 20, 2008, titled UCLA routed by Arizona at Rose Bowl. In it, Whittier Daily News reports that:

Arizona coach Mike Stoops needed the win more than UCLA's Rick Neuheusel did. He got it.

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UCLA ROB

El Monte, CA

#1 Sep 20, 2008
Gentlemen, it's officially a rebulding year. And granted, we may not have the horses to compete at upper level this season, there is absolutely no excuse for Chow and Nuheisel, for not giving Kevin Prince a shot at QB. Craft is not a Div-1 QB he looks at his primary receiver all the way and misses opportunities with other wide-open receivers, if I can see it, why can't Chow see it. What do we have to lose? by giving Prince a shot at QB? Derrick Colmman looked good out there at RB and I think he should get the majority of the touches from now on, he has speed and power.

Changing the tune, after another Bruin defeat, I'll bet a bottle of Thunderbird that Steve is celebrating our loss by getting his dates drunk again, by pouring southern comfort into lefty and righty, LOL.

“ No Moe Mr Nice Guy”

Since: Jul 08

United States

#2 Sep 20, 2008
Bruins, what's happening ? this is just tragic. Somebody dial 911.
Mister Hankey

North Hollywood, CA

#3 Sep 20, 2008
Oh poop! Here we go again. Flushed another one down the drain. At least we didn't see the brown eye of zero again.

“America & LEGAL Americans 1st”

Since: Aug 08

Chatsworth

#4 Sep 21, 2008
If this is a rebuilding year like UCLA Rob says above how can UCLA improve. Quality recruits watching this team are going to turn a deaf ear and sign across town if they are good enough and have the will to compete.
UCLA ROB

El Monte, CA

#5 Sep 21, 2008
West Valley Dave Smith wrote:
If this is a rebuilding year like UCLA Rob says above how can UCLA improve. Quality recruits watching this team are going to turn a deaf ear and sign across town if they are good enough and have the will to compete.
This is where Nuheisel comes into the picture, he is a tenacious recruiter and knows how to sell the program. If I'm one of the top OL recrits, and I'm told that I can be a starter next year competing against the best teams in the nation, not to mention a free ride to one of the elite universities in the world, why would I not accept the free ride? All he's gotta do is take a list of the recruits of last year and the list of the ones that are redshirting this year, and that group alone is simply an impressive group to play with for the next 4 years. If Dorell had focused a little more on recruiting OL men, we wouldn't be having these problems right now.
Arrow

Rancho Palos Verdes, CA

#6 Sep 21, 2008
Fire Norm and Rick and we might improve. Walker should have been head coach.

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